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SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS-THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 GAMBLE ters, Mrs. J.C. Whatley of Headland, Route 3, Mrs. SHORT Raymond Kelly of Headland, Route One, Mrs. Donald Raymer of Porterdale, Georgia, and Gamble, 90, of Mrs. Woodrow McClenny of 2, mother ofHeadland; five sons, David W. E. Gambleand Yarbrough Gamble of Head- of Florala and land, Route 3, Vester, Walter Sunday afternoon and Thomas Gamble of Florala; 14 in a Blakely one brother, T. E. D. Johnson :lnessof of Webb; 23 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and two was a native of great-great grandchildren. Florida but County, Ala- She was the DEATH CLAIMS of the Pleasant LIFE OF MISS MAUDE SMITH Services were held at 4 o'clock Plains the Reverend Dan Burial Cemetery. include four daugh- Miss Maude B. Smith, age 72, a resident of #24 Railroad Ave- nue in Florala, passed away early Friday morning iP an Opp hospital. She was a resident of Florala for over 42 years. Survivors are one sister, Miss Mattie L. Smith of Flor- ala; one brother, W. B. Smith of Florala; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Evans Funeral Home Cha- pel with Reverend W. W. Hold- er officiating. Burial was in the Damascus Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. ALBERT HOBBS PASSES AWAY IN FLORALA HOSPITAL Mr. Albert Hobbs, age 79, passed away Sunday morning, May 14, 1972 in a Florala hos- pital. He was a resident of Lockhart, Alabama and a mem- ber of the First Methodist Church of Florala. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Lockhart City Council for 20 years. During his active years he was owner and operator of Hobbs Grocery in Lockhart, Alabama. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Nora Hobbs of Lockhart; two daughters, Mrs. Gwen Williams of Cantonment, Florida, and Mrs. Ethel Roy of Birmingham, Alabama; one brother, Mr. Claude Hobbs of Niceville, Flo- rida; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Neal of Portland, Florida, Mrs. Elizabeth Pitts of Pensacola, Florida, and Mrs. Julie Foun- tain of DeFuniak Springs, Flo- rida; one grandson, David Wil- liams of Cantonment. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the First United Methodist Church of Florala with the Rev. Joe Bates and the Rev. Frank Timmerman officiating. Burial was in the Eight Mile Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home of F.lorala directing. WiSH I'D SAI "Education is a funny thing. At eighteen we knew all the answers--forty years later even the questions con- fuse us !"--Robert G. Camp- bell. The Lititz (Pa.) Record- Express. Headquarters for Commissioner of District 3 TRENT LEWIS lives in the District, (in Florala) where the District County Commission work yard is located TRENT LEWIS will always be convenient to all the people of the Dis- trict and County. TRENT LEWIS will be as close to the people as the telephone or mail bOX. TRENT LEWIS would be available at all times, personally, and would go see any individual when necessary. TRENT LEWIS wants to be your Commissioner and believes he could do as good a job as anyone. Certainly, Trent is interested in the progress and welfare of District 3 and Covington County. TRENT, LEWIS pledges his efforts and in cooperating with other members of the Board of Commission tn getting voting machines for Covington County. VOTE FOR AND ELECT COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3 , COVINGTON COUNTY (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Trent Lewis, Rt. 1, Florola, Ala.) S ~'E, THE PEOPLE OF FLORALA, ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS OF OUR CITYo GARBAGE DISPOSAL IS ABSOLUTELY !i ESSENTIAL TO OUR GOOD HEALTH AND COMFORT. WE HAVE A GARBAGE COLLECTION FEE THAT IS AS LOW AS WE CAN FIX IT FOR THIS SERVICE. MOST OF US ARE PAYING THAT FEE EVERY MONTH. SOME OF OUR CITIZENS ARE NOT PAYING THIS FEE. WE WISH WE DO DID NOT EVEN HAVE TO CHARGE A FEE BUT WE MUST AND ALL PERSONS DUE TO PAY THE FEE MUST DO SO. THIS IS AS NECESSARY ......_ AS YOUR YvATER BILL AND ELECTRIC SERVICE CHARGE. Your neighbor cannot be expected to pay your garbage fee. : . . . Therefore the City of Florala will publish in this news paper a list of all persons who are delinquent on their garbage service account. If your neighbor is not paying his fee, urge him to do so. After the publication of the list, those who are still delinquent for a period of 10 days thereafter will be punished in accordance with our garbage disposal ordinance. We hope it will be unneces- Sary to penalize a single citizen. . . Cooperation allows our city to grow. Join w,th the People who care about Florala_ and be as interested as Your neighbor in having a sanitary community. MAYOR Councilmen James Hamilton, F. L. Cannon, I. V. Moore and E. D. McLeod PAGE 7 Employers (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Trent Lewis, Florala, Alabama) Meet For Programs A meeting was called last week at the Alabama State Em- ployment Service office in An- ~dalusia by Mr. C. R. Trousdale, Manager, to discuss employee training programs with a group of employers. The primary purpose was to make it easier for an employer to hire and train a veteran. One of the programs avail- able is called the Job Optional Program (JOP). An employer hires people for training under this program when the Employ- ment Service certifies the eli- gibility of the trainee. The em- ployer pays trainees just as he would any other employee, starting at the minimum wage or above. The skill level de- termines the maximum time of training authorized for a parti- cular occupation, and a reim- bursement rate to the employer for training is figured on one- half of the starting salary. An employer can normally hire up to 5 people under this pro- gram, if no more than 25% of his total number of employ- ees. The Job Optional Program is based on a 40-hour, 5-day work week. Fifty (50%) percent of the trainees under JOP must be dis- advantaged. Present rules for funding and effecting a program with disadvantaged people in training positions allows re- cently separated veterans to fill these positions even if they are not disadvantaged. A disadvan- taged person is defined as a per- son with a specified low family income according to the number nnouncemen COMMISSIONER # 1 per, ~oute 2, Opp, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE It has been my privilege and pleasure to have served you as County Commissioner, District No. One for the past seven years and one month. During my ten- ure of office I have endeavored to fulfill the responsibilities of this office in the best in- terest of ALL of the citizens of this wonderful county and if re-elected I shall contmue lode SO. I would like to takethis means of soliciting your vote, influence and support in behalf ofmycan- didacy for re-election in the forthcoming Democratic Pri- maries of May 2 and 30. 1972. JERRY ADAMS Candidate for re-election Member Board of Commis- sioners Covington County, Ala- bama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jerry Adams, Opp. Alabama). FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. ONE Your vote and support is ear- nestly solicited in my candidacy for Covington County Commis- sioner, District One (Opp), sub- ject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May ?. and 30, 1972. l hope to see all of you personally and solicit your vote. But if I should miss seeing you of members in the family and will you please consider my also who is one of the following: candidacy. Any support you can under 22 years of age; over give me will be appreciated. W. W. HARPER Candidate for Member Board of Commissioner, Covington County, District One. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by W. W. Har- Travel DHving with worn tires can cost more than the price of replacements. In one year almosl 25('~ of fatal accidents al()ng the Pennsylvania Turnpike were caused by tire tr()ubles. 45 years of age; member of a minority group; high school dropout; or handicapped. Some types of job classifica- tions are exempt from training under this program. Some of these are: carpenters, plumb- ers, some other construction workers, and sewing machine operators in the garment indus- try. Other occupations in the garment industry are quah- fled. A contract is made with the Alabama State Employment Service and paid out of Mont- gomery -- not Washington -- although Federal funds are used. All employers are eli- gible for certification except government agencies. The higher the starting salary, the more favorable contract an em- ployer can secure, and three basic records are involved: First, the Employment Form, When you plan a trip to a tropical country, it's a good which is executed by the Ala-~ idea to get whatever inocu- lations are appropriate for the region you'll be in, whether or notthe countries you're visiting require such inocu- lationor not. Ask your familyphysician about this. bama State Employment Ser- vice; second, the Monthly Bil- ling Invoice, sent in by the em- ployer; and third, the Termina- tion Form. The employer re- cords are now open to a review at times during the course of training, and at the time a con- tract is negotiated, an adequate training schedule is furnished with a copy given to the trainee. A second program is designed for a larger number of trainees which is called Job Opportunity in the Business Sector through the National Alliance of Bus- inessmen (JOBS-NAB). JOBS- NAB contracts made with em- ployers include on-the-job training (OJT), plus job related education (classroom training). Special counseling, orientation, and supportive services, which ~ould consist of child care, transportation, medical costs, are also available. The employ- er can be paid for half of the training time of the worker while on the job, as well as the worker's full wage while in the job related education. The contract also provides pay- ment to the employer for the other services mentioned. For instance, an employer who hires a disadvantaged person for The Chinses published a 10,000 word dictionary more than 2,~,00 years ago. COMMISSIONER # 2 FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSION DISTRICT NO. 2 Wead Hicks will appreciate your help in his campaign for Commissioner, District Two (Andalusia), Covington County, Alabama. Wead Hicks offers: experience and nine years work- ing with your elected commis- sioner service. Wead Hicks is known for his hard work and dedicated service. Wead Hicks pledges his personal attention to every detail of this office if elected. Wead Hicks is the father of two children, one boy 19 years of age, and one girl age, 10 months. Your help in behalf of Wend Hicks will be humbly appre- ciated. WEAD HICKS Candidate for District No. 2, Board of Commission. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Wead Hicks, Andalusia, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 2 As a candidate for the office of Member of Board of Com- missioners,District 2, I ask for your vote and support. I feel that my experience as a farmer and businessman has helped prepare me to serve the people of Covington County as a mem- ber of the Covington County Board of Commissioners. If favored with this responsi- ble position, I pledge to perform the acttvit}es of tats t3oartl ,with integrity. O. D. WORLEY Candidate for Member Board of Commissioners, District 2. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 3 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member, Board of Commissioners, Covington County, District 3, subject to the Democratic Primaries May 2 and 30, 1972. If you are kind enough to elect me your District 3 Commis- sioner, l will stress fairness to the entire District and the Coun- ty as a whole. I feel a tre- mendous responsibility and sa- cred trust attached to this im- portant position. Your vote and influence will be appreciated and remem- bered. CLIFF MADDOX Candidate for Member Board ,,f Commissioners, Covington County, Alabama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Cliff Maddox, Andalusia, Alabama) COMMISSIONER # 4 FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NO. 4 I have qualified as a candidate for Member of the Covington County Board of Commis- sioners, District 4 (Red Level), subject to the Democratic Pri- mary Elections of May 2 and May 30, 1972. I have worked throughout Dis- trict 4 for twenty-one years, most of this time as heavy equip- ment operator and as foreman. l sincerely want to serve you "as a member of the Covington Board of Commissioner, Dis- trict 4. I solicit your vote and support and will greatly ap- preciate the privilege of serving you on this important Board. Yours for better roads and government. T. H. "TOT" MAYNARD Candidate for Member Board of Commission, Covington County, Alabama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by T. H. "'Tot" Maynard, Rt. 5, Dozier, Ala- bama) (Pd. Pol. Adv. by O. D. Worley, Rt. 3, Andalusia, Alabama) COMMISSIONER # 3 FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 3 I announce my candidacy for election as Member Board of Commissioners, CovingtOn County, District 3, subject to May 2 and 30, 1972 Democra- tic Primaries. Your vote and influence in my behalf will be greatly apprecia- ted. I believe you will find my background and experience will enable me to fill the duties and requirements of this important position. TRENT LEWIS Candidate for Member Board Of Commissioners, District 3. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSION DISTRICT FOUR I hereby announce my candi- dacy for Member of Covington County Board of Commission subject to the Democratic Pri- maries scheduled for May 2 and 30, 1972. I respectfully request you to consider me when you vote. I pledge efficient service to the county. I am presently self- employed, owner and operator of Lakeview Grocery and Set'- vice Station, located 2 reties north of Gantt. Your vote and influence will be aDDreciated. BILLY HUGHES Candidate for Member Coun- ty Commissioner, District No. 4, Covington County, Alabama (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Billy Hughes, Route ~., Dozier, Alabama) FOR SALE - One set of 4- row John Deere planters. In excellent condition. Contact JIMMY WILKERSON. Tele- phone 8-8545 or 8-2263. 5-18-Itc SEWING - Need sewing done? Mrs. Yvonne Andrews is now taking in sewing at her home. Lives in trailer next to F. W. Adams ia Paxton. Will do any general sewing. 5-18-1tpd FOR SALE - One 9-piece an- tique dining room suite and one chifforobe. See at DAD and LAD 5-18-tic you. Call DANIEL M. PET- ERSON. Telephone 8-8504. BABY SITTING - For working mothers. At my home on East Second Avenue, Florala. Lila Manning. 5-1801tpd WANTED - I have a pickup ling for cash. truck and I want to work for FOR SALE OR RENT- Potter's old home place at Z007 West 5th Avenue. Rent $20.00. Sel- Phone 8-1134. 5-18-4tpd FOR LADIES - 18 years or $2.00 an hour can, during a 5-18-4tpd older. Full or part time work. 26-week training period, be For an appointment call compensated by an amount of 682-3419 or write Audrey Wil- over $2,000. All trainees un- ,NNS A W der this program must be dis- 7 - ( H A I liam, 234 East Cobb Street, Crestview, Florida. 5 18 2tc advantaged. I Another item of significance T~gR, ~"SY We#. i LAWN MOWER brought out at the meeting was 77) ~ I ~'- 2 ~t I the fact that an employer can :.~]~_(~ Ejc. u.r I.'.o j REPAIRS FOR SALE - 14,000 BTU Wi- zard Citation Air Conditioner. realize a tax incentive equi- ~T :;A,~ #T S~se~ ALL WORK GUARANTEED Priced at $75.00. See or tele- valent to 20% of an employee's ALSO PARTS FOR MOST phone Mrs. Carolyn Foley, wage if the employer is hired ComfLer ~;kobJ ~T q:~l from the ADC welfare rolls. / ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Phone 8-7064. 5 II Z2pd This amount can be taken off the top of the amount of money due got= - Woodrow Adams the Government on the era- SALES AND SERVICf$ FOR RENT - 12x60 Mobile ployer's income tax. Depending PA~(TON, home. Washing machine. Cen- on the number of employees, FLORIDAi tral air and heat. Phone 8-3395. this deduction can be as much as $25,000. Before the per- centage is cut to 10%. The Jobs for Veterans campaign was also discussed in relation to medical facilities. A monthly list of separatees from the armed ser- vices with medical experience is being made available to the Alabama State Employment Service for placement in local health facilities to benefit the employer and the community. WANT AD.S HELP WANTED - Sales ladies for Saturdays and regular work. Experience not necessary. Age no limit. L. M. WEST 5 & 10 STORE. 5-18-3tc PAINTING - Well experienced painter for 22 years. Indoor or outside or roof tops. Spray paint or by brush. Telephone 4-5250. Contract or by hour. BILL HUDSON 5-1b-4tpd 4-13-tfc IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or FOR SALE- Pianos, 100 pia- water bugs, call 8-1765in Flor- nos from which to select. Re- ala, or 493-4336 collect in Opp. builts, trade-ins, and new ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of-Spinets. Just say- charge it. fers bonded and insured termite $195.00 and up. HARPER FUR- control. The number to call is NITURE CO., Evergreen, Ala. 8-1765, Florala. 10-1Z-tic 8-5-t~~ HELP WANTED - One autome- SIGN PAINTING - Shop,located chanic; one service station at- 2 I/2 miles south of Florala tendant. Good salary. JIMMY'S on Hwy. 85 (Clear Springs) AUTO SERVICE, Freeport, FIe- Phone 4-1825. STARS & rida. Phone 835-4661. STRIPES. Thos. Holley,Owner. 5-11-2tpd l-6-tfc LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR T C~ ~ILOLL ~ ' ....... ~ .......... prT TR. clcT ~ t~ I, ~o J Keraeys Bonded Termite Co. of Opp, Alabama TERMITE AND HOUIIEHOI.O PElT CONTROL SIRVIC[ $B.OOO TIERMITI WARRANW DAY PHONE 493-42~g TELEPHONE COLLECT OPP, ALABAMA.