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E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ~UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 13,1976 PAGE 7 olltlcal N ,: ~ Walter KimbroofRouteOne, Bids willbeacceptedbythe theirbesy~cbeduletopaytbeir • • . FISHING TOURNEY Florala, Billy Kimbro of Route Town Clerk from May 24last respects. Many, many, of • Two, Florala; nine daughters, through 28. Both the car and .these people saw fit to visit in O Mrs. Maude Kelly of Tampa, bush hog will be sold "as is." the home. They brought food Florida, Mrs. Rosa Sawyer of 5-13-2tc and condolences. Many contri- • .... DRAWS ANGLERS Frisco City, Alabama, Mrs. butions were also made to the /~ Ollie Mae Marshall of Palatka, American Cancer Society. 'li" ~ii:!i~ Hundreds of fishermen from Florida, Mrs. Merle Hallford All of these things will long all over the nation are expected and Mrs. Ruth Bitnkie, both of RESOLUTIONS be remembered and always ap- to participate in the annual Ala- Cordele, Georgia, Mrs. Mary preciated. EMBER, COVINGTON cratic Primaries. hama Fresh Water Fishing Ro- Alice Goodson, Mrs. Valeta That each of you receive ~r~'y COMMI&~ION Rest assured that I willstand ~~ den on beautiful Lake Enfaula Gautney and Mrs. Margaret OF RESPECT God's richest blessings is our ~ONE up for what I feel to be in the ~ ~ on May 28-30. Perry, all of Palatka, Florida, prayer. announcing my candi- very best interest ofallofCov- ~~ Anglers will be vying for a and Mrs. Evelyn Harrison of in memory of Sister Ernes- The Harrell & -" El~r re-election to the ington County. ~~ brand new, fully rigged bass Florala; two brothers, Bet- Bulger Families Place~°f CountYone subiectC°mmissi°n-to the doneThankand yOUleasefOraWhatain you have ~-/~ . boat, motor and trailer and nard Kimbro of Slocomb, Ala- tineHomeHOWell.at last,B°rn'WhoN°Vemberseeks for , 5-13- lip k.~ , , p g ..... : .... will have a shot at winning a bama, Walter Kimbro of Or- 6, 1922; Died: April 13, 1976. ~u~je.s May 4 and May 25. " i new Chevy Blazer, if the Lake laodo, Florida; thirty-seven I~lng for your vote, has- TRENT LEWIS i record of 13.5 pounds is broken, grandchildren and fifty-three Heaven Alone to save his soul LEGAL NOq ICE L~Y Past record and will ] ~ You say no way? Well, con- great grandchildren, may keep the path, but will not Hate your support. I ask (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Trent Le- Ii ~ sider this. During the firstfew Funeral services were con- reach the goal: While be who V Check my past record wis, Florala, Alabama.) ~ ~ weeks of spring bass fishing on ducted at 3 p.m. Tuesday from walks in love may wander far, General Motors Acceptance ~elected I will assure you ~ Lake Enfaula, three 13 pound- Evans Funeral Home Chapel yet God will bring him where Corporation will sell at Public ~Sam Ja~kHDa~~ ers have been nabbed by fish- with the Reverends Jim Cara- the blessed are. Sale for cash on May 24, 1976 e conscienhous ser bYl ULT FISHERMAN thrills to landing the "biggun" ermen from two Alabama towns way and William Aplin official- WHEREAS: Sister Ernest|he at 11 AM. at McDaniel Motor and one from Tennessee. The ing. Burial was in the Clear Howell was a devoted member Company, Florala, the follow- ~: ........... FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON that didn t get away, imagine the thrill of a 13 year old boy, when Tennessee man, Henry Wright Springs Cemetery with Evans of Covington Chapter No. 441, ing: [ J~Kx Avam~ COUNTY COMMISSION he lands a 14-pounder, large mouth bass. O.E.S. One 74 Trl Fontaine 4021149 | ,, • DISTRICT 4 (Red LeveD Timmy Cadenhead of Laurel Hill experienced that thrill recenily of Fayetteville, came up with a Funeral Home directing. WHEREAS, She exemplified GMAC reserves the right to ~Ol:A.dv. by Jerry Ad- I hereby ~nnounce ~v can- when he, accompanied by his dad, on a night fishing trip in Lake 13.5 pound lunker to capture the in her life the teachings of the bid at such sale. The colla- ITs, amnama.) didacy for member of the'board Jackson, over in Tallahassee. There was no question of the thrill lake record. Order, which are Truth, Fide- teral involved is presently sto- Covington County Commission, as Timmy gleefully showed off the biggun to the camera. There will be prizes galore ] | lity, Constancy, Loyalty, Faith red and may be seen at Mc- ~~ District 4, subjecttotheDemo- It was no easy job for the youngster to land the big lunker, for winners in black bass, crap- | WOULD YOU BE IN-I and Love. Daniel Motor Company. mh ..... cratic Primaries of May 4 and According to the report, the 14-ponnder gave Timmy quite a bat- pie, white bass and rough fish | TERESTED IN being your | THEREFORE, BE IT RE- General Motors Acceptance ~'~EM~,,~COVINGTON May 25, 1976. tie before being landed, with the help of his dad. categories. And, for the kids, I own boss, earning $12,000 I SOLVED: That the Chapter Corporation h~mmt~'~/um If you honor me with elec- Timmy's brother, Terry, landed a 15pound and 2 ounce big one there will be a special child- I yearly. If you are, you can I and Alter of Covington Chap- 1341-71916 5-13-1tc I~,,~ ...... tion, "I will serve all the veople several months back, while fishing in the same lake. It was re- ren's rodeo. All participants | receive company training at | ter No. 441, O.E.S. be draped ~f[ly solicit your vote of Covington County to thevery ported to be the biggest bass of the year at that time, and one must be 14 years old or under. | home. Start to work the | in her memory for thirty days. ~.~e m m. y c.an~'dacy best of n~v ability - - that is seldom exceeded. Tickets for adults and child- I next day. Live in Florala. I That we sincerely, deeply, I~?'uer o~ the board of .... ren can be purchased by con- I Call or write: CHARLES | and most affectionately sumpa- CARD OF THANKS ~.ton County Commis- LLOYD RODGERS tact|rig the Enfaula Chamber I GRIMES, Opp, Alabama I thize with the immediate rela- °ri:--d ........... Lockhart Council M o, Commerce, Lake Enfaula [36467 or phone 493-7608. | tires and friends in the loss /}istrict 1, (Opp), sub- * inutes Fishing Rodeo, Eufaula, Ala- INn selling or vending mac-I that we have all sustained. m n¢ t, ......... F YO| AUV By Lloyot~oa- ,,, ( " " " Our heartfelt thanks to all [ ~, May q and May zb, gers, Route 3, Red Level, Ala- . -- - hama 36027. [ I That a copy of these resolu- who extended comforting sym- |ill striw tn ~,~,~ ,~ooh n¢ hama.) Minutes of the meeting of the agreeo [nat Mayor Timmerman [ hines. '5-13-1tc[ tions be sent to the immediate pathy and helped in our recent ~r)ve to see each of Lockhart Town Council, May should enter into negotiations family, a copy be spread on sorrow. For the beautiful ser- ~ova.ally. Any support 3, 1976. with Mayor Evans of Florala the minutes of this Chapter, and vice, floral offerings, prayers ~'~nng?e me will be sin- ,, .................. The first monthly meeting Council members agreed to /, a copy be sent to the Florala and other kindnesses, we are ~Pprec/ated. ~X~v~c~X~m~u~ of the Lockhart Town Council .dispose of the Town's used bush ORDINANCE News for publications. ........... ~;~,'~;c',r"~'~{'~'~j~"..'~"h was held at the Lockhart Town hog and 1973 Plymouth Road- deeply grateful. r w.w. n~v~.~ --~- .... : " ~ ......... ~ ~. Hall on Monday evening, May runner These two items will Respectfully Submitted, A special thanks is extended nereny announce my canto- . ' .... WHEREAS, the City of Flo- h p ........ 3, 1976 at 6-00 p m be soldas is They will be /s/BarbaraM.Simmons, to Brother Timmerman and :" Ol Adv b W W uacy xor memoer ox uowng~on • • • . . • rala deems it necessaryforthe • ." - Y . - .- ........ Present"Mayor Timmer-adverhsed tn the Florala News /s/Laura Hutcheson, Brother McKee. ' ~Oute 2 O Ala t~oumy ~omm~ss~on, u~stnc[q, " . . public safety of the Citizens of The Family Of ~i , PP, - ........... man; Council members" Glenand sold to the h~ghest bidder /s/EdwardE. Simmons. .- sun ec[ [o the Democratic rrt- . . " . . • Florala, Mrs. Curlie Peters. U l .......... Mannxng, Eugene B~rge, and A discussion was held con- 5-13-Itc martes ot May q an(1 May z~, . W.R. Peters- Husband, 1976 George Lancaster; Town Clerk: cernmg the filling of the va- NOW THEREFORE BE IT -- -- ORDAINED the City Council of Willeen P. King - Daughter. [ME ..... ~-" ............. wq' Ottis Birge; Fire Chief: Ches- cancy on the Council createdby "g t is a form of energy i~,. ~tlER, COVINGTON xuur vote auu ~upl.~Jrt i ~ ............ the City of Florala that the area 5-13-1tc ~lz n,, ........... ~= .... #i ....... iatM [er nat/away. ~ouncnman waro's regisna- that travels through air at directly behind the City Hall ~Vlll MI~iUN 5 y E'~' "-'- ~I~T .~ .............. The meeting was opened with tion. Mayor Timmerman ask- the rate of 186,000 miles and to the North of building A MESSAGE OF ~Mp ." ~,--~v ~.,,,,-.u=.o prayer by Conncilman Mann- ed members of the Council tD per second. It travels in a owned by Elaine Burgess be de- Smc • ~a nu~a~r~o '. ..... '~0'- erely appreciate rag. Mxnutes of the prevxous submlt their nominees at the straight line. CARD OF THANKS [~andtnfl.uenceinseek- /v,~ v~ ~,~,, ~,, nlm, meeting held on April 19, 1976 next regular council meeting, stgnated as a one way street. THANKS IN PURE AND [I ~tce ot MemDer ox me "-Y-'~""" ~'~* "/k~ab"ma ' .... " were read. Councilman Birge There being no further bus|- I Entrance to said street be U| llttSltU,.~, ~la|ltt, .~- ~t ) | ~|ss-' Covington County • made a motion that the minu- hess to come before the Coun- from South 5th Street and exit ^~on. tes be approved as read, se- cil, a motion was made to ad- I DIXIFLAND shall be into South 4th Street. SIMPLE HUMILITY The Watson Family wouldlike ~,,aty offer my record of conded by Councilman Lancas- journ by Councilman Birge, se- [ DRIVE-IN BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED tOciationeXpreSSfor theirthe kindnessSincereappre-and un- THAT THIS AREA BE DESIG- We will be forever grateful derstanding received from ~ous|~'as commissionerterms and hopein I~~'~-'_ -----. ",> q~, I ter.TheAlITown,sapproved.expenses and AllC°ndedapproved.bY CouncilmanThe nextManning'coun- [ Hwy. 84 East of Opp NATED AS Burgess Avenue in and mindful to the many acts friends and loved ones. Please s~xm enough to merit I (-7 "7 i.) ' ..~'~ I receipts for the monthofMarch cil meeting will be held at 6:00 [ honor of the late F. M. Bur- of kindness shown by so many except our humble gratitude for ~O~al and support of I~- ~ ~'~'-- I were presented to members of p.m., May 17, 1976. [ TNU~.- THaOUGH WED. gess of Florala, a merchant and to Mrs. Vera Harrell, and her the food, flowers, visits, and civic leader of Florala. This family, during her extended||l- prayers during the long illness ~f--- oumy voters, l ~ ..f/~"~ ~ ~. ] the Council by the Clerk; also [ MAy i~- ~9TH Ordinance shall take effect im- hess and many trips to thehos- and passingawayofNadineWat- - I H.f/l~'~Ncm/[ff[~ ~.~ ) I the current financial status of - PERSONA . [ ~ i nIG WZEK mediately upon Passage and pitals, both in Andalusia, Ala- son. ~,p~.~,m m t ~,~tum~P/~MBEB.~~aPil°ui:~fbAYnP~la~u~sV~ CO~t~_~' COVINGTON .......... ..... _. __.~ ._... Immmmmm~/~ I~J ~'~" Sound ~s " a ~\--form ~/~ -of/~] ~~l ener-/I j hart'stoconnecting ~a Y °leCiiii~iiln~gee' cil explore members " waterFl°rala the ........ systems for xeasiDinty their and with approval Lock- gate o! - mrs ............ weeaenu ................. giceville aC h~sr M :°~ AHs~iS; ill~ic Gen d °HnM~i . Auuydvisited nulcneson wire melr during . mother, the r I CITY Martha ATTEST: publicalion as required by law. CLERK Byrd; Joe R. 5-13-Ztc MAYOR. Evans, andfamily, comfort letters, rida. bama WeThe was and are telephone flowers, meant anin aware inspiration Pensacola, so and calls, much "that words to during cards, to Fin- her, the of LEGAl', A It °n WaX" sffl f~ll Rhonda & James, NO1 [CE Families Kenneth, ~. ~n;e my Psndidsov tar g y that begins when some- valves installed separating the I her recent confinement in the { Lll~y canumacy.~ut~ thing viorates. Tne viDra- two water systems With the i- • I Andalusia Hospital, Dr. Joe Letters of Administration, [t~:n MemberfBoardt o/ tiGriS then spread through understandin~g-tl~at valves would [ .llll~df"th [ Sanders, Dr. Thomas Guyer, cure testamenio annexo of said l~'~'u.ners, Covington the air as waves which"-'" ~" ...... ~ ...... " ~n jLa~aatx.~=at , ui • • u,.y ,,= up,~,,~ ,,, ~,~ m ~ the Nurses and the entire staff deceased having been granted ~'~'~utstr!c! 3, subject to eventually reach the ear- ~m~r~nev en,ncil m,~m~,-~ I LEGAL NOTICE went far beyond the call ofdoty to the undersigned on the day ~~and May 25 Demo"-'~ and u~,, 9= r~ .... drums. 1 - .......... . ................ D ~_ruvralll -- "" ~'--- ~"~ [ ~. ~ to weadministerare gratefult° her every need.and want to OflandApril,Ensor,1976,judgebY theof Hon.the Pro-Le" i ,!iii~ i: :~!:~ .... .... !! !i!!~!i~:~::; The Town of Lockhart will offer our sincere thanks to the bate Court of Covington County, I A ...... :~ ...... ~ accept sealed bids from per- many Ministers, . Church notice is hereby given that all i lt~ts the No. 1 candidate mended ~i ~! sons interested in purchasing groups, friends, and relatives, persons having claims against I the follow/ng: for their .visits and prayers, said estate are hereby required t~ District 4 and would ~ Public or licensed nonpro- 1973 Plymouth Roadrunner, However, on Sunday after- to present the same withintime Z door, vehicle identification noon, May 2, around 3:00 p.m., allowed by law or the samewill ~nrec;~..~. :, ;f--- !~:: fit private residentlal child care number RMZl-03R-Z21798(us- God saw fit to call her home, be barred. ~-r ....... ~J Y"" institutions can now participate EN AT 7: iS ed as police car by the Town and from then until time of bu-/S/P. J. Maraman ,._ _ .... in the National School Lunch of Lockhart. rial, May 4, Z:00 p.m., hund- 4-29-3tc " "~uld help elect the Program under amended regu- STARTS AT SUNSET people's choice in District 4 on May 25 1 would like to thnnk the people of FIorala for the fine rote given me in the Primary MY PLATFORM 1. All roads, ditches, and bridges will take first priority for all the people of District 4. 2. All business brought before the Board of Revenue will be conducted in a businesslike manner. 3. I will see that there is a public boat launch made on all rivers and lakes and that all roads are kept up to these areas so fishermen and hunters can enjoy their sports. A Vote For will be a vote for Service for all the people of Covington County (Pd. Poi. Adv. by Billy Hughes, Rt. 2, Dozier, Ala.) lations announced by the U.S. TICKET OFFICE OPEN Department of Agriculture's TILL 8;45 ~USDA's) Food and Nutrition ervice (FNS). William F. Griffeth, director of FNS childnutritionprograms in the Southeast said such in- stitutions include homes for the mentally retarded and the physically handicapped, half- way houses, orphanages, tem- porary shelters for abused br runaway children, and other nonprofit residential child care institutions. The amended regulations, which implement changes brought about by Public Law 94-105, provide for other sub- stantive changes in the pro- gram, Griffeth said. For in- stance, state agencies other than state educational agencies may administer the National School Lunch Program in re- sidential child care institutions. And new meal patterns have been developed to meet the nutritional needs of infants and children of preschool age who reside in child care institu- tions. Other administrative chart- Redes are contained in the amend- regulations, which are~ pub- lished in the Federal Register of May 4, 1976. COMING NEXT .... "WALKING TALL" PLUS "WALKING TALL PARTII" COMING SOON " * - ~"JACKSON COUNTY JAIL" "NO DEPOSIT-"" NO RETURN" Death Claims Life Of Ave.ue, Florala, Alabama, 4-15-tfc General Contractor. Phone 8-4753. Oscar Kimbro Mr. Oscar Kimbro, age 78, a resident of Route Two, Flo- ra|a, passed away Sunday, May 9, 1976 in a Pensacola hos- pital. He was a resident of this area for over 30 years and was engaged in farming. He was a member of the Westside Bap- tist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Emma Kimbro of Route Two, Florala; three sons, Albert Hello Friends & Citizens FOR REMODELING AND RE- CATFISH FINGERLINGS- - - Reduce safe and fast with Go- ' PAIRING, ROOFING, PAINT- Large sizes - delivery avail- Bese Tablets and E-Vap "water ING, BUILDING, CONCRETEable. 376-2866 Triple M pills" at BOOTH'S DRUG. FINISHING, or for general Catfish Farm. TRIPLE "M" 5-6-5tp construction work. Call Wins- CATFISH FARM, Route 3, ton E. Rowe, 1810 West 12th Georgiana, Alabama 36033. 4-22-6tp FOR SALE: Citrus, pecan, peach, pear and other fruit trees. Also camellias, aza- leas and Vat Ornamentals. Telephone 858-2711 nights. Open six days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Mondays. Dean's Nursery, Samson Highway, Florala. 4-15-tic THE LATEST STYLES in young men's pants. Including Con- cept II. High wide waist band, zip front, 4 big button trim. By Campus, other styles by Haggar and Wrangler. FLO- RALA THRIFT STORE. 5-13-1tc 1 DO yardwork, tree trim- minx, carpenter and roof- work. Will do painting and have oak wood for sale. PHONE PETE DIRGA at 8-0156. 4-22-tic NOTICE: I am not responsible for anyone debts other than my own. DONALD GREG EVANS. 4-29-4tpd FOR SALE: New, used and recap tires, auto, truck, trac- tor and industrial. WOODTIRE SERVICE, INC., Opp, Alabama. Phone. 493- 3800. 4-15-tfc DO YOU NEED?? Plumbing or electrical work done? Old or new. No job too large or small. Experienced - Youth- ful. All work guaranteed. Call Start Caraway at 8-1082. 5-6-tf~ FOR SALE: One #B698 Doub- le dresser and mirrow. Extra value $99.95. SULLIVAN FURNITURE COMPANY. 5-13- Itc SHOP THE FLORALA THRIFT STORE for all your special graduates. All gift items beau- tifully wrapped FREE. 5-13-1tc How well did crime pay in the forties, fifties and sixties? Who were the big men, who the losers and where are they and what are they doing today? The take in tbe sixties was estimated by crimi- nal investigators to be from twenty to sixty billion and this was put in the Readers Digest, Look, Time, Life, etc. magazines. They used the fix and corruption of public officials, bribery, black- mail and any or every trick or means to silence those who would witness against them. So the FBI, etc. especially under the Nixon Administration, used by necessity electronic spying for prose- cuting evidence and it was paying off. Well Ex-President Nixon has been viciously and venomously mis-labeled on most accounts, put out to pasture, his tapes and records confiscated and probably doctered, leaving him no concrete proof to implicate the crooks or clear his name. So the big criminals profited immeasurably "by his downfall. Most of the news media contributed toward his downfall. They have awesome power. They alsoadvertisetobacco, alcohol, gamb- ling, etc. With this as a means of measure, there is no way for the public to believe hardly anything they read or hear from these sources. To criticise is not my cup of tea. Why then? It falls some poor concerned guy's lot to speak out for truth and justice. So why not me? For I can prove in an open forum what I say and especially write. Dan McLeocl, P. O. Box 103, Lockhart, Alabama FOR SALE: good eating pea- ches. Phone 834-5432 for more information. 5-13-1tc FOR SALE: House trailer. 12X65 .- 1972 model. Three bedrooms, two full baths. Kit- chen furnished. Phone 8-0172. 5-13-2tp FOR SALE: 1973 1/2 TonCus- tom Ford pick-up. Long wheel base. Also for sale, one 10X55 mobile home. Also for sale, 3 lots. Phone 8-7812 after 4 p.m., for additional informa- tion. 5-13-1tp FOR SALE: One #B730 19" Sylvania T.V. Extra value - $99.95. SULLIVAN FURNI- TURE COMPANY. 5-13-1tc FOR SALE: One #B424 7 piece maple dinette. A real buy at $199.95. SULLIVAN FURNI- TURE COMPANY 5-13-1tc FOR SALE: One #B647 17" windmaker fan. Extra value - $39.00. SULLIVAN FURNI- TURE COMPANY. 5-13-1tc FOR SALE: One #B592 36" gas range. Extra value - $159.95. SULLIVAN FURNITURE COM- PANY. 5-13-Itc FOR THE GRADUATE or the mother - The Florala Thrift Store has all ladies dressy dresses on sale. Beautiful selections. 5-13-1tc JUST RECEIVED, at The Flo- rala Thrift Store, new ship- ment of Samson|re ]oggage. Spe- cial price for graduation-- 20% OFF! Five styles to choose from. Sold separately. 5-13-Itc STOP GEORGE LANCASTER TRAILER FOR SALE YARD SALE: Saturday, May 15, 1976 in Elizabeth Webs- ter's front yard. All day. 5-13-1tp- ~, FOR SALE: new, family sized picnic table. 10 ft. long, non- , tilt, all weather 2"X6" con- struction. $55.00. Call Lau- . rel Hill School, Extension 7 .... . 5-13-1tp :. FOR SALE: 1950 model Ford . tractor. Call 858-8503 after 4:00 p.m. 5-13-1tp