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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGH!TS RESERVED TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1974 PAGE 11 '!ii~ OFFICERS FOR 1974-75 FOR THE BAND BOOSTER CLUB - left to right, Marion Mickelson, Mrs. Edward Holley, and Mr. Jim Walker. / - Don Bradley, 1973-74 Booster Club President, presents gift to Mrs. Sauls Work done in the past year in the Band Booster Club. FOR 1973-74 - are left to right, Robert Rollins, secretary; Carrie Savage, ; Beratta Gomillion, Treasurer; Ginger Ward, vice-president; ~iI ii~', ~,~i''~ BAND SENIORS - left to right, standing, Mr. Charles Crum, hand direc- Ed Rasberry, Phillip Johnson, Jr., Wilbur West. Seated, left to right, Ward, and Vanessa Hester. Not present, Gwen Kelley. / / - Mrs. Me.lba Dunn and Mrs. Fred a delicious meal for all who attended MR. CHARLES CRUM, re- cognizes special guestspresent at the annual Band Banquet held Saturday, May 11 at the Flo- rala High School Cafeteria. MEMBERS OF THE LYRE CLUB - Members are selected from the tenth through the twelfth grades who have a "B" or better average the first six weeks of school. IF THERE WAS EVER ANY QUESTION as to why there was a food shortage at the FHS Band Banquet Saturday night, this settles it. Band Director is noted for going back for seconds and sneaking two or three more of those delectable homebaked rolls these lunch- room workers are famous for. Melba Dunn, left, and Elizabeth McGee threaten Crum as he digs into the slaw. Ever wonder how many races a horse could win during one career? Kingston, one of the fleetest thoroughbreds ever to circle the oval, won the stag- ging total of 89 races in 138 starts! PUBLIC NOTICE A public hearing will be held in the City Hall of the City of Florala, Alabama on Monday, June I0, 1974, at I0:00 a.m., C.S.D.T. The purpose of the hearing will be to receive tes- timony on the federal con- struction grant projects for needed wastewater treatment works to serve the City of Flo- rala (C010229) and the Town of Lockhart (C010233). All in- terested parties will be given the opportunity to present oral and/or written testimony to be included in the official hearing record. Those statements tec- hnical in nature or lengthy in content (more than 5 minutes) should be filed in writing. Ap- plicable information to these grant projects will be on file for 30 days prior to the hearing in the offices of the City Clerk of Florala and the City Clerk of Lockhart. This information will be available to the public during normal business hours at the respectie City Clerk offices. The public hearing re- cord will be closed on Thurs- day~, June II, 1974, at 5:00 p.m., C.D.S.T. Any written testimony not received at the public hearing, but submitted before this date and time will be included in the hearing re- cord. 5-9-5tc ty, at 1i o'clock A.M. onTues- day, the 4th day of June, 1974 on the following terms cash the following described property, viz: Tract 1: NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 35, Town- ship 2 North, Range 16 East Tract 2: SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Section 25, and all that por- tion of the NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 and all that portion of the NE I/4 of the NW 1/4 of Section 36, which lies North of the public road, all in Township 2 North. Range 16 East. -~This the 25th day of April, 197~. E. E. King, Register 5-2-4tc LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT ESTATE OF Ferrel M. Bur- gess, DECEASED. Letters Testamentary of said deceased having beengranted to the undersigned on the 3rd day of May, 1974, by the Hon. Le- land Enzor Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, no- tice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. /s/ Elaine C. Burgess 5-9-3tc REGISTERS SALE The State of Alabama, Cov- ington County. Circuit Count, in Equity Lila Hart Kirkland. Lucille H. Macnown and Mary Davis Complainant vs. Emmett Wat- kins, Opal Watkins Rhodes, Eu- la Watkins, Hugh Hart, Wilson Watkins, Earnest Watkins, C. Pearson Watkins, Jewell Wil- banks, Mildred Johnson, Nor- man Watkins, Ella Chance, Tip Clary and Bonnie Murray, De- fendant. By virtue of a decree in the above stated cause rendered on the llth day of April, 1974 by the Circuit Court, in Equity, to satisfy said decree, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, at public sale, at the Courthouse door of said Coun- Several Red Cross Courses have been completed within the Covington County Chapter re- cently. A Multimedia First Aid Course was conducted for em- ployees of Covington Electric Cooperative, Inc., with Chad- wick F. Martin and Ed Short serving as instructors. Twelve certificates were awarded to the following participants: Malachi Williams, Kent L. Blocker, Sherry Whitehead, Andrew Seay, Merle Parker, Mike Kyser, John Truitt, Jerry A. Mack, Chester Morris, Charles F. Sessions, Ronnie Carter, and Thomas E. Dorough. Another Multimedia First Aid Course was held for the LPN students in MacArthur Technical College, Opp. In- structors for this class were: Chadwick F. Martin, Mrs. Gar- lene R. Brown, and Mrs. Joan Simmons. Thirty-four certifi- cates were earned by the fol- lowing: Thelman Cross, Elea- nor Warren, Rhonda Anderson, CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORY OF THEODORE GRIFFITH The love ones of Theodore would like to extend belated gratitude to their many friends for all the kindness during our bereavement. It was such a shock. All who knew Thee - loved him for he was kind to all. Especially was he spoken of often for be- ing so helpful and comforting to older people. We thank every one for the food, flowers, visits and pray- ers. Especially do we thank Brother and Sister Bates. We feel that we could never repay them for what they did. May God Bless each one is our prayers. Loved Ones Of Theodore Griffith 5-19-1tpd CARD OF THANKS The family of Preston Hobbs wish to express sincere thanks for the food, flowers, prayers and words of comfort offered due to the death of our loved one. Special thanks to Policeman Mitchell Williams, the Florala Rescue Squad and Brother W.W. Holder. Mary Hobbs, mother Mrs. Preston Hobbs Thalon Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Early And Children 5-19-1tpd Deianne Larkins, Shelby Sim- mons, Terri McDuffie, Dermic Simmons, Claudia Logan, Linda Evans, Sandra Canant, Ida In- gram, Ava Coggins, Barbara Lawford, Georgia Pridgen, Grace E lrod, Elma Jo Willis, Gertha Kelley, Violet Spivey, Nancy Griffin, Geraldine Gun- ter, Felicia Stallsworth, Lynda Flowers, Thelma Williams, Priscilla Robinette, Elaine Ste- wart, Shirley Smith, Kathleen Matlock, Bessie Wood, Myrtha Dubose, Jeanne Lawhorn, Ruth Bess, Sue Griffin, Judy Kelley, Jo Ann Sankey. Alabama Electric Coopera- tive, Inc., was the site of a Multimedia First Aid Instruc- tor Course with Don U. Taylor the trainer. There are now fifteen new Multimedia First Aid Instructors who will be serving in various areas of the State. These are: James Ce- cil Beck - Jackson, Alabama, Nathan R Boswell - Greenville, Alabama, Mrs. Garlene R. Brown - Opp, Alabama, James M. Brown - Troy, Alabama, L. D. Dunn - Chatom, Alabama, James M. Hagan - DeFuniak Springs, Florida, Thomas Drew McDowell - Andalusia, Ala- bama, Joseph L. Pippin - Jackson, Alabama, James D. Royster - LaFayette, Alabama, Mrs. Joan Simmons - Opp, Alabama, Mack N. Sims - Greenville, Alabama, Darrell L. Smith - DeFuniak Springs, Florida, David J. Smith - Phe- nix City, Alabama, Mrs. Emily M. Steiner - Opp, Alabama, and George Ray West - Troy, Alabama. Mrs. Esther K. Lansden recently taught a Modifield Course in Mother and Baby Care for the Special Educa- tion Class, Andalusia High School. Twelve certificates were awarded to the following: Elaine Crowell, Shelia Dix, Connie Henderson, Betty "Law- son, Willie Mac Landrum, Al- eatha Mathews, Helen Mathews, Shirley McDougold, Gloria Perry, Carmen Smith, Emma J. Carley Williams, and Joyce Johnson, Mrs. James E. Mc- Curley is the regular instruc- tor for this class. Congratulations are in order to all who completed the courses and sincere appreciation to the instructors who so generously give of their time and talents in this area of Red Cross ser- vice. Currently, Lewis V. Chesser is giving the First Aid and Per- if/omen's Intuition, Curiosity Valuable That Sixth Sense--intuition --which everyone ought to know women have in abund- ance, is being recognized as a valuable asset in the investi- gative field Pinkerton's, Inc., an investi- gative firm, is recruiting women sonal Safety Nourse m Anda- lusia, and Lamar Mitchell is holding the same course in Flo- rala. Mrs. Jean S. Brown has a Mother and Baby Care Course in progress for her students in Pleasant Home High School. Further information will be given on these when completed. P'IRP' /6 T~gu t'~RV .2,1 RDULT.V #'g O C#I/.OA~I . ?.f~ FLIPS OUT] WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' TECHNICOLOR. e, ProductiOns ,J, "'fttZ WgN$'* I Ju I gv 17-1P-19 '~@i~e "2. T~C4'#,f..Pgt.f'~. H~Y 2~-2 Y-2.5 { "'G~dR Z~,qff'" I m its 105 offices across the United States. "[he applicants being sought will be investi- gators, store detectives, uni- formed guards, airport security personnel, and campus patrol guards. One basic qualification re- quired for entering the security field, according to Pinkerton's, seems to be "curiosity," WILL KEEP CHILDREN AT MY HOME. Hours - 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Phone 8-8307. 5-19-2tpd ACID BALANCED PROTEIN SHAMPOO - conditions as it cleans. The only genuine amino-pen shampoo at Kay's Beauty Salon. Phone 8-5614. 5-19-1tc OWN A PIECE OF FLORIDA - 40 acres prime farm land. Lakewood area. Cleared, fenc- ed, cross-fenced. Small lake. Several choice bldg. sites. 1/2 mineral rights. Owner will inance at 8% Exclusive with Douglass Realty Hwy. 331, S. DeFuniak Springs, Florida. 892-5534 or 892-2237 evenings. REWARD - $100.00 reward to anyone knowing information concerning Gun stolen from Pep Jackson's house. Phone 8-5148. 5-19-1tpd FOR SALE - 1969 Ford LTD Stationwagon, 4 seats, 4 new tires, loaded. For more in- formation call 8-5791 or 8- 7420. 5-19-1tc FO.R SALE 1 330 gallon propane tank. One used hot water heater. One apt. size gas stove. One set of pickup service tool bodies. All in good condition. Call 4-5900. 5-19-Itc DORSEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Painting- Roofing Carpentry - Block Work New Work Or Remodeling NO JOB TOO SMALL ESTIMATES GIVEN PHONE 4-3351 1 USED BABY BED & MATTRESS 9o REG. $2.50 QT. PAINT NOW ONLY QT. COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF HARDWARE ARRIVING DALLY FLORALA HARDWARE PHONE 8-3291 WANT ADS PACK POWER FOR RENT - downstairs apart- ment. Private entrance - bath. Phone 8-5614 day, or night 8-, 2701. 5-19-1tc We have the new uni-perm machine permanent at KAY'S BEAUTY SALON. Call for an appointment. Phone 8-5614. 5-19-Itc FOR SALE - 2 speed styling dryer - 1000 watt. KAY'S BEAUTY SALON. Phone 8- 5614. 5-19-1tc Natural Bristle Hair Brushes for sale at KAY'S BEAUTY SALON. Phone 8-5614. 5-19-1tc FOR SALE: 4 acres of land and house. 3 bedroom central heating, bath and 1/2. Call 8-4497. 5-9-2tpd NOW OPEN - SUE'S LITTLE KITCHEN on West 7th Avenve. Serves sandwiches and regular dinner. We also deliver. Phone for orders 8-6018. Mrs. Paul. Durkee, owner 5-9-2tc REDUCE safe and fast withGo- Bese TaMest and E-vap"Water Pills". BOOTH'S DRUG. 4-4-Ttpd HOUSE FOR RENT: Phone 8-3395 or 4-5207 for more in- formation. 5-9-tfc JOB OPENING - For 6 men. Inquire at Lockhart Lumber Company for more information. 4-11-tic For a Complimentary Mary Kay Facial - Phone 8-5614. KAY CANNON. 5-19-1tc See KAY CANNON at Kay's Beauty Salon for your Mary Kay Cosmetics. Phone8-5614. 5-19-Itc FOR SALE - Cheap new and used gas stoves. WILKER- SON GAS INC. 5-19-Itc ELECTRICAL AND PLUMB- ING work. Phone 4-5393 or 8-8545. WILKERSON ELEC- TRICAL AND PLUMBING. 5-19-Itc FOR RENT - 2 bedroom mobile home. Air conditioned and on private lot. Phone 8-3395. 5-19-tfc FOR SALE 12x60 Central Air and heat Mobile Home. Lot and Building, 1973 Sears 19 cu. ft. No-Frost refrigera- tor, with icemaker and water dispenser. Phone 8-4906 and other furnishings. 3-28-tfc HOUSE FOP,, SALE FLORALA REALTY COMPANY Madolyn S. Garner, B~oker 1413 E. 5TH AVE. PHONE 8-0160 Brick Bungalow, 4 bed- rooms, or 3 and a den, 2 baths, living room, dining room, kitchen and screened in back porch. Located about 3 miles from heart of Florala, approximately 3/4 mile from city li- mits. Shown by ap- pointment only, to see call Madolyn Garner 8- 0160. 5-9-tic