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E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. • ilil The ballot battle he had been involved in recognitions and accolades to tate are hereby required to a window andover closing up a "dirty movie wit: . present the same within time ol was praying, house" and fighting the sale of That William H. McDaniei allowed by law or the samewill was switched and pornographic literature. He served with loyalty, devotion be barred. of course, were said he was under a federal and dedication because he be- /s/CharlesR. Howell said with all the that has oc- Past, it was hard the Lord had stand. The pre- machines have in correcting shady dealings of on the subject which he sight- court order but the judge didn't bother to put the fellOw who was showing the dirty moves under court order. Sheriff Wilson is a, professed Christian and a firm believer in God and Country. This coun- try would be in a lot better shape if we had more lawmen of his caliber. LEGAL NOTICE baisy G. Watson, of said been granted to the 14th day by the HoB. Le- land Enzor, Judge of the Pro- bate Court of Covington Coun- ty, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same NOTICE OF FLORALA WILL ACCEPT APPLI- FOR EMPLOYMENT FOR RADIO DIS- WITH THE FLORALA POLICE DEPART- THE COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOY- TRAINING ACT OF 1973. eligible for participation, a resident of the serve must have been unemployed for 30 meet one or more of the ~following cri- t. 13e a Viet Nam-Era Veteran b• Have exhausted unemployment insurance bene- be eligible for unemployment insurance for persons lacking work experience) been unemployed for 15 weeks or more order to insure special consideration for , all vacancies must be listed with the local the State Employment Service. During the days after the vacancies are listed, Service will only refer eligible were- the first two working days, any eligible ;, .including veterans, may be referred unUl :les have been filled. ,cants must file with the Alabama Employ- for the above position. Alabama Em- representative in Florala each Wednesday .m. till 12 noon. CITY OF FLORALA 6-3-Itc lieves in quality education for the youth of Florala, Alabama; That William H. McDaniel gave unselfishly of himself, his time, and his influence in far- reaching investments in the humanities he considered of importance and of value to every citizen of his city; That William H. McDaniel weighed issues thoroughly and voted his convictions never de- nying the same right to others; That the influence of Wil- liam H. McDaniel's tenure will not cease with his withdrawal from the Florala City School Board of Education, but will be felt for generations to come through the wisdom of his po- licies, and the facilities, and faculties he made possible as & member of said board; That as an executive officer of the Florala City School Board of Education for 10 terms William H• McDaniel led his fellow members with poise, competence and fairness that created respect and high re- gard; That the diplomatic policies, the geniel personality, and cou- rteous demeanor of William IL. McDaniel fostered harmony, justice and understanding in the school system; That William H. McDaniel practiced discretion when deal- ing with controversies; genero- sity when praise was in order; and always reserve and modes- ty in accepting credit for him- self; That William H. McDaniel retains a place of honor, res- pect and esteem to the Florala City School Board of Educa- tion. Be it therefore resolved that the Florala City School Board of Education unanimously ex- tend to William H. McDaniel gratitude and recognition for the above mentioned services and qualities; That a written copy of said 5-20-3tc LEGAL NOTICE The State of Alabama, Cov- ington County. In Circuit Court, In Equity. James Gerald Rollins, Com- plainant vs. Margerett Ann Rollins, Respondent. In this cause it bei~ made to appear to the Register by affidavit of complainapt's at- torney that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that her post office address is unknown, and further that inthe belief of said affiant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore or- dered by the Register that pub- lication be made in the Florala News, a newsPaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecu- tive weeks, requiring the said Margerett Ann Rollins toplead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the day of June, 1976, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against her. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the IZth day of May, 1978. E. E. King, Register. 5-27-4tc LEGAL NOTICE t~state of ClltIorcl tlo(lge, Deceased. Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 14th day of May, 1976, by the HOB. Le- land Enzor, Judge of the Pro- bate Court of Covington Coun- ty, notice 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/Clifford H. Hedge 5-Z0-3tc Personals The annual reunion of the Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mer- late Jay Steele family will be ton Reeves Sunday, were Mrs. mmday, June 13, in building Hines Waiters of Panama City, .#Z, City Park on Hardy Street Florida, and son, Duston Wal- u, Hattlesburg, Mississippi, ac- ters of Gainesville, Florida, and OOrdiog to Mrs. Louise Cox, a mother, Mrs. Effie Mae and kmily descendent. Mrs. Cox friends, Miss Mary Lee, Miss u/d all family decendents are Maggie Le~ and Mrs. E. L. lavited to attend, those locally Howard all from Blythevllle, also include the Davis" and Arkansas and Mr. and Mrs. Steele family's. Anyone wish- Roy Rhodes, Jr., Roy IH, Cheri h~ more information, should and Dave from Enterprise, Ala- write Mrs Llllian Wallace, bama. Moute 10, Box 9.03, Hatties- Pmrg, Mississippi 39404. A revival will begin Sunday, Paxtnn Assembly of God June 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the Church will sponsor a supper Liberty Hill Assembly of God Saturday, June 5. There will Church featuring the Green be a choice of chicken 'n' dump- Family of Brewton. lings or barbecued goat. Ser- The church is located about v/ng begins at 5:00 p.m. I0 miles north of Florala, just Everyone is invited, off the Florala-Andalusia High- way. The monthly gospel sing will Everyone is invited toattend. he Friday night, June 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the New Harmony Holt- _ ................... ness Church. The IAOeFiy nltl Assemmy The Bob Williams Family of of God Church will hold a sing Pace, Florida, will be theon Friday, June 4, beginning guest singers, at 7:30 p.m: ..... The church extends toevery- The Singing t,ugrlms will be one a invitation to attend, the featured singers. The church is located about 10 Little Beverly Ann Scro~l~ins miles north of Florala, just off is back home -after spending the Florala-Andalusia Highway. several days at Childrens Hos- pital in Birmingham undergoing Mrs. Audrey Holley had as tests, her guests Sunday, Mrs. Ester It was thought that she might Aplin, Mr and Mrs. Joey Ap- have to undergo heart surgery, liB and daughter Jenia, Mr. and but it is not indicated at this Mrs. O. A. Robbins of Opp, Ume. Mrs. Koia Kittrell and Mr. and Beverly is the daughter of Mrs Keith Hoffman of Barn- Mr. and Mrs. George Scroggins. burg', South Carolina; Mr. and ........ ' Mrs. Frank Ketchum and child- Mrs. AI (t~arnara) uunnam r-n "f "--"^rd "r -n" "r- . • • ~ U l'llll'l,|U ; ~ • ~ ~1 Zll -~. of Birmingham, vls|tedruth rho,,~o~ UoU U,- o,,a ~,-= friends last week in Florala ........... ' ............ • Buddy Holley and children, Terry Holley, Mrs. GussieWat- NOTICE ........ son and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Anyone in the Town of Pax- Mnrtin ton finding a black and white ......... kitten, please call 4-8137. My Brother stud Mr~ W W 'P:~v ...................... .7" daughter Is heartbroken and . lor of Lakeland, Florida, visit- ,Would like to have her precious ed with Mrs. Merle Wise and Pet at home on • _... s Wayne Baraneau. While b-~-Hp here, the Taylor's attended • ~'~'" their son's graduation at Paxton Lr~.,~L ~/mx~ High School. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Proposals addressed to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hutche- J. Murray King, Superintendent, son spent Monday in Dotban with will be received by Covington her mother, Mrs. Doris Mere- County Board of Education on dith. a general contract for the fol- lowing project: Mr. Joe Cooper has been Classroom Addition to moved from Jackson Hospital Stranghn High School, Andalu- in Montgomery to Memorial sia, Alabama, Covington Court- Hospital in Andalusia. ty PSCA (1277)-2. Sealed bids in duplicate shall Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hutche- be received until 3:00 p.m., son of Huntsville, spent the Tuesday. June ~.~.. 1976, in the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Office "of the Superintendent, Andrew Hutcheson. Covington County, at which time they will be publicly opened Mr. and Mrs. William Phil- and read. All bids-must be lips and son Eric, and grand- submitted on bid forms fur- father, Mr. C. L. Phillipsof nished by the Architect.Hattiesburg, Mississippi, visit- Plans'and specifications may ed. relatives during the week- be examined at the officers of: ena. Mr. J. Murray King, Superin- tendent, Covington County Colonel and Mrs. Otis More- Board of Education, Andalusia, man, Jr., of Auburn, were Alabama; State Building Corn- guests of Mrs. P. A. Petrey mission, State Office Building, last Friday. Montgomery, Alabama; Cham- bless-Killingsworth&Associa- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bass tes, Architects, 57Z0 Carrel- had as their guests over the chael Road, Montgomery, Ala- past weekend, Mr. and Mrs. hama; F. W. Dodge Plan Room, Bill Elder and daughter, Vickie, 'Montgomery, Alabama. or Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Only bids of qualified sen- Lloyd Brown of Longwood, Flo- eral contractors as licensed by rida. the State Licensing Board for General Contractors will be considered, as required by Ti- tle 46, Chapter 4, of the Ala- bama Code. Plans and specifications may be obtained by qualified Gen- eral Contractors from the Ar- chitect upon deposit of $75.00 per set. Deposits .will be re- funded upon return of all do- cuments in good condition with- in ten (10) days after the date of opening of bids. Deposits to be made payable to Cham- bless-KiUingsworth and Asso- ciates. General Contractors may ob- tain a maximum of one (1)set of plans and specifications for refundable deposit. Any ad- ditional sets may be acquired at cost of printing. Complete Sets: Drawings-- $15.00 per set; Specifications -- FOR gALE: Used trick tires. |25zZO; 900zZ0; 10000x20; 1000x~2. For more information, coatact WOOD TIRE SERVICE, Opp, Alabama. Phone493- 3500. 5-ZO-ffc PAGE 7 S h IS " Ho d C OO enlors Bore Two Florata High School Patricia Kembro, Sybil Bar- Seniors, Renee Hutcheson and nes and Susan Hartzog, were Maria Sauls, were recently ho- presented with graduation gifts nored with a hamburger cook- from the hostesses. Other out supper by Mrs. Betty Go- guests enjoying the specia! million and her daughters, Be- event were the honorees ratta and Kay. .mothers, Mrs. Avensugh Hut- The party decor was centered cheson and Mrs. Mae Sanls. .'- around the school colors of , , ~ green and gold with a wise old ." owl as the table centerpiece. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Served, along with the ham- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Stewart :~ burgers, were baked beans, announce the arrival of a son, ~: potato salad and fresh veget- born May ~.~ at 'Fort Walton ables. For dessert the seniors General Hospital. The young and their guests enjoyed a star- man has been named Joseph shaped cake topped with ice Chad and weighed in at six ~ cream, and one-half pounds. Renee' and Maria, along with Mrs. Merle Wise of Lock- ~ their special senior guests, hart is the proud grandmother• t ey won't be delayed, lost I .;, ~~iS conve- I ~',~ ent ser . How out you MEMBER FDIC / J HII F d &C :" e o rlen s ltlzens ;, What doesn't man experiment with? Nothin~ under the sun of '~ course; for the love of money, power, image, health, portia- ,.'~ rtty, influence, etc. makes a market for all things; from medi- -, cine, "The Pill" to neuclar energy, to weather influence, to di- rect and or remote c ontro! of e˘l uipmeaI ~ yU,~ animal the vm exectrlcax ann or ni-cnemistry. Tlmehurch and our constitution supposedly stands on an open forum or discussion ~ on policy, etc. I accuse most of the authorities and news media of a double s~ndard .in advertising, tobacco, alcohol, gambling, -"~ laca ox control over arngs, pornography, suspect laws and Injus- i: tice in various legal courts, etc. etc. And now, can the church .~ have a say in world affairs without speaking out on vital issues? :. Do different denominations and beliefs unite or divide the church % people? Can church authorities explain or answer people's ~ questions; knowing man is vulnerable to temptation and pressure. "~ Why did God allow Adam and Eve to be tempted then after the flood and Noah and his family came along alone and man had been purged, etc. and everything was supposed to be peaches and cream there after, then how and why did things go wron~ A true blue gentleman checks out what he hea-rs and reads before he believes it; and open forum or trial. Hope to continue these little articles. Dan McLeod, P. O. Box 103, Lockhart, Alabama FOR SALE: patio covers, car- ports, boatports. Embossed, aluminum or baked enamel in I0 colors. Call 8-7420. 6-3-1tp FOR SALE: 1965 Volkswagon. Good condition. $495. Call B-Z53Z after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: One #B713 re- cliner. Extra value $59.00. SULLIVAN FURNITURE. 6-3-Itc FOR SALE: One #B503 Kelv. Elect. range. Extra value at $59.95. SULLIVAN FURNI- TURE. 5-3-Itc $8.00 per set. I WILL DO yard work of any 6-3-1tp Partial Sets: Drawings -- kind, painting, roofing and any FOR SALE: One #B750 3-FOR SALE: One #B718 Fri- ": $.65 per sheet; Specifications -- kind of repair work you need piece maple bedroom suite. At gidaire refrigerator. Extra ~; $.50 per section, done at a reasonable price. $1~9.00. SULLIVAN FURNI-value at $150.00. SULLIVAN %' printingCheckStoC°Veringhe made payablec°St to°f Call 8-5732. 6 3 ltp TURE. 6-3-1tc FURNITURE. 6 3 ltc~ Chambless-Killingsworth and :~ Associates. THIS IS NOT RE- FOR SALE: steel utility build- FOR SALE: One #B459 roll- WANT TO RELAX? Try cer- o.. FUNDABLE. General Contractors will be required to pay a Proposal Fee in the amount of $5.00. This check is to he made payable to Covington County Board of Education. THIS FEE IS NOT REFUNDABLE. Attention of bidders is called particularly to the require- ments as to conditions of em- ployment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the Contract• Each General Contractor submitting a proposal must in- clude with his proposal a com- plete list of subcontractors for all major subcontracts. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive informalities. No bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for re- ceipt of bids for a period of thirty (30) days. Covington County Board of Education, Mr. J. Murray King, Superintendent; Chambless - Killiogsworth and Associates Architects, 57Z0 Carmichael Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36106 (Z05) 279-9880. 5-~.7-3tc ings. Galvanized coated. Bak- a-way bed. $39.00. Extra ed white enamel finish. Call value. SULLIVANFURNI- 8-7420. TURE. 6-3-1tp 6-3-Itc FOR SALE: All aluminum mo- bile home skirting in three beautiful styles. Call 8-7420. 6-3-1tp FOR SALE: 2 used gas hea- ters, in-wall type. 1 double, 1 single, thermostat control. Just removed from home. $20.00 each. Rummage sale John- son-Rhoades Mens Store Build- ing. 6-3-1tc RUMMAGE SALE IN PRO- GRESS: Lotsa new and used. Many new pants, shirts, shoes. Terrific bargains for all ages. In Johnson-Rheades Mens Store Building. Through the week- end. 6-3-ltc CATFISH FINGERLINGS--- Large sizes - delivery avail- able. 376-2866 Triple M Catfish Farm. TRIPLE "M" CATFISH FARM, Route 3, Georgiana, Alabama 36033. 4-15-tfc FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home; ~. baths, central air condition and heat. Located half mile east of Fink's Mill. On Z acre lot, with garden plot. JERRY BROOKS. Phone 858-8476. 5- Z 7 - Ztp I WILL DO - roofing of all types. All work satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimates. TONY ANDERSON, Opp, Ala- bama. Phone 493-7237. 5-Z4-2tp DO YOU NEED?? Plumbing or el~ectrical work done? Old or new. No job too large or small. Experienced - Youth- ful. All work guaranteed. Call Stall Caraway at 8-1082. -6-tf Reduce safe and fast with Go- Bese Tablets and E-Vap"water pills" at BOOTH'S DRUG. 5-6-5tp LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water Pills at MOODY DRUG. 5-27-3tp amics. No charge to learn. ~ You buy materials (as little as 50˘) and we help you start. Start now for Father's Day ~ gifts. Madsen Crafters - by "~ the tower, Laurel Hill. See ~ ad elsewhere in this paper. ~ 5-27,4tp I DO yardwork, tree trim- miog, carpenter and roof- work. Will do painting and have oak wood for sale. PHONE PETE DIRGA at 8-0156. 4-22-tfc NOTICE: Barley's Refrigera- tion and Air Conditioning. Do- mestic and commercial and auto air condition. 10%discount to all churches. Located Z miles South of Gaskin on Highway 83. Telephone 834-1837 any time. All work guaranteed. 5-20-4tp FOR SALE: Citrus, pecan, peach, pear and other fruit trees. Also camellias, aza- leas and Var Ornamentals. Telephone 858-Z711 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