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IM~I~ ©SMALLTOWNPAPER~, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USISUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. [JI~ALA NEWS -THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1975 Jm-,,... ..... a d most sahsfactory way to ought to be the heart and center n |'n ml l[,/ /l: oI our tires, uur accep[ance live. It means peace, con- / or rejection of Him determines tentment, forgiveness, happi- L_ for each of us eternal glory or no~ h,,,,,, 1;¢,~ h,~r,~ ,,,,a .t~4GE #6 eternal ruin; Heaven or Hell; hereafter.Wit is'a'gloriousthlng ~l one or the other. The most to be a Christian. It would be important decisions anyone ever awful to live here and then face Miller in Philippians lings but loss ' of the know- ' Lord." s the heart and and the heart of history, and He can make is to decide in his death without Him. heart, once and for all, his at- For free Bible studies on the titude toward Christ. Every- doctrine of Salvation, write to thing depends on it. To accept Mailbox Club, Route 3, Box215, Christ as Saviour and Lord and Samson, Alabama 36477. Master, and to strive sincerely This is Jonas Miller remind- to follow in the way He taught ing you that everything else is is certainly the most reasonable worthless compared with the value of knowing Christ Jesus as your Saviour and Lord. D SALES & SERVICE ON AIR CONDITIONING uNrrs SEE OR CALL GAN'S RADIO & T.V. Phone 8-6 4 4 7 k************** THE ALL NEW LINE ON RALI.Y CAR RADIO AND 8 TRACK PLAYER At AN'S RADIO & T.V. in and Register for one of the Tape with speakers, to be given away June 21, 1975. 0u don't have to be present to win. Covington Chapter 441, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold their annual meeting Thursday, June 5, 1975 at 7:30 p.m. All members are urged to attend for the election of of- ficers. A covered dish supper will follow the meeting. All past dues should be paid by this date. CARD OF THANKS # We would like to express our sincere appreciation to our many friends for their kindness and comfort during the illness and death of our beloved father and grandfather, Rev. R. A. A1- ford. May God bless and keep you is our prayer. Mrs. Eva Parker, Rev. L. J. Alford, W. F. Alford And Their Families 6-5-1tpd l lO 0 U LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on June 10, 1975 at Radcliff Chevrolet, Inc., An- dalusia, Alabama. One 1974 Chev C&C 3369 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The colla- teral involved is presented sto- red and may be sect at Rad- cliff Chevrolet, Inc., Andalusia, Alabama. General Motors Accept Corp. 1812-74023 6-5-1tc eng. SENIORS HONORED Very special guest was Lou Davidson, a student at Hunting- don College, who provided spe- WITH PARTY cial music for the graduation exercise and, also, for the party. He sang a number of his own Mrs. Betty Gomillion enter- compositions and played the gui- tained a number of FloralaHigh tar. School seniors and their dates Other guests included Cindy at a party following graduation Woodham, Carl Brown, Pare exercises last Thursday even- Bullard, Debbie Mitchell. Renee LeMaire, Bill Thornton, Marcia McAdams, Dennis Bowdoin, Ro- bin Townsend, Jerry Taylor, Wilbur West, June Jones, Hamp Tew, Phillip Chavis, Donnie Frank'lin, Kay Gomillion, Jimmy Ray, and honor graduate, Be- ratta Gomillion. Party guests enjoyed punch, homemade ice cream, cookies, chips 'n dips. PAGE 7 CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sincere thanks to our relatives and {riends for the many acts of kindness shown in our recent loss and sorrow. For the many flowers, food and kind deeds, we are grateful. The Jesse Howard Family 6-5-1tpd LEGAL N{)TICE PROBATI~ COURT Estate of Martha Harrison, Deceased. Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 29 day of April, 1975, by the Hen. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Pro- bate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same withintime allowed by law or the samewill be barred. /s/Johnny Ray Cook 5-22-3tc FORECLOS{!RE SALE NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF ALABAMA) COVINGTON COUNTY) WHEREAS, Curtis Mitchell, and Vurnie Mac Mitchell, exe- cuted to Colonial Mortgage Company, a corporation, on the 29th day of July, 1972, a mort- gage upon the real estate hereinafter described to se- cure an indebtedness described therein, said mortgage being duly recorded in the office of the Judge of Probate of Cov- ington County, Alabama, in An- dalusia, Alabama, in Real Pro- perty Book 654, at Pages 32- 35 and which said mortgage was subsequently transferred and assigned by Colonial Mortgage Company, a corporation, to Government National Mortgage Association, a corporation, by assignment dated the 28th day of November, 1972, and record- ed in Real Property Book 657, at Page 13, m the office of the Judge of Probate of Cov- ington County, Alabama, and which said mortgage was sub- sequent ly transferred and as- signed by Government National Mortgage Association, a cor- poration, to Federal National Mortgage Association, by as- signment dated the 12th day of February, 1973, and recorded in Real Property Book 660, at Page 729, in the office of the Judge of Probate of Covington County, Alabama; and WHEREAS, default has been made by the mortgagors in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said mortgage and in the performance oftheterms of said mortgage and said de- fault continuing: NOW, THEREFORE, Federal National Mortgage Association, the transferee and owner of said mortgage, will sell, under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mort- ~,a~,e during the legal hours of sale on Monday, June 16, 1975, at public auction, to the high- The amount of electricity you use each month is never exactly the same. Air conditioning in summer and electric heating in winter make your electric bill go up. Other times it's down. Up and down. Month to month. Season to season. But you can keep your electric bill from changing like the weather.With Levelized Monthly Billing. A service from Alabama Power that lets you pay about the same amount each month, based on the number of ldlowatt-hours of electricity you've used during the past year. It's simply a matter of an average use. With Levelized Billing, you always know what to expect within a very few dollars. So you can budget your electric bills. Ask about Levelized Monthly Billing at any Alabama Power office. Or send in the coupon below for a brochure explaining this service. Knowing you can bud- get your electric bill take the big ups and downs out of paying it. ALABAMA PCWn Feb. March Aprd May ~une .Tu/v Aug. Sept. 0, ~ Nm, De, Thts zs what happens with the electn~-zty you use. And what usually happens with your electric bill. Seasonal changes tn usage can mean seasonal changes m your bill. Thzs zS what happens to your electric bill t/you have Levehz.ed Monthly Bdhng Your payments don't vary more than a very ]ew dollars each numth. Mad to." Alabama Power Company, Levehzed Monthly Bdhng, Attn. Banks Farris, P.O. Box 2641, Bt~m~ghan~ Alabama 35291. Please se~ut me a copy o[ "Ho'w w budget 3~mr electric bdl." Name ~ ............ " ...... Address Ctty __ State Ztp WANT AD LOST: Black and white Boston Terrior. Answers to name Bandit. Call 858-2166 if you know any information. ~~~ get the job dram " est bidder for cash, in front 6-5-Itc SPECIAL sale for limited WANTED: Housekeeper for of the Courthouse door of the time. You can buy a Hurricane elderly couple. 5 days a week. DEAR FRIEND: Do you not • know that your own Bible tea- Covington County Courthouse, Chain Link Fence for a com- Call 4-5291 after 6 P6_M5. ltpd ches that your Leader will not in the City of Andalusia, Ala- Carousel plete yard - containing 4 cor- - " baron, the real estate embrac- hers for $1.18 per foot. Plus become a member of Christ ed in said mortgage and des- Twin terminal post and gates. Call FOR SALE: Nice 6 roomChurch, and they will hinder cribed as follows: Daniel Peterson.Phone 8-frame house. 2 complete baths, you. Your Bible teaches if you The following propertysitua- DOWNTOWN OP P 1643. with big pecan tree, shadedback are not a member of Christ ted in Covington County, Ala- , ~ yard. About 2 1/2 blocks from Church, your sins have not been baron, to-wit: ~:INEMA I downtown Florala at 303 South forgiven. Next week I want you Beginning at a point on the BABYSITTING: Willdobaby- 5th Street. Call Daniel Pet- to listen at the devil talking. easterly right of way of 5th THURS. THRU WEC. sitting in my home, day or night, erson at 8-1643.6-5-1tc Bro. Brooks 8-4150.6 5 ltpd Avenue a distance of 570.20 JUNE 5-]] Ages 2-5. Contact Mrs. Pearl - - i~i~i :~iii ~!: Worley, 102 West Third Avenue offeets°utherIy°ftheS°uthrightway of 7th Avenue and run- /i,~ ~iii 'i in Florala 651t~ CARPORT SALE: Saturday, FOR ~ALE-Oo~, ~,, 1.0,' ning thence N. 49 degrees 47' - - June 7. Starting at 8:00 A.M. gallon .B'FU Tank, halt tuil of E. a distance of 196.30 feet; lasting all day. Clothes, shoes, gas. $10000. Call Ed Mr:- thence S. 36 degrees 35' E. a FOR SALE:Wizard 14,000 household items and ceramics. Daniel 8-7839. distance of 159.80 feet; thence B.T.U. air conditioner, sliding Laura & Mazine Hutcheson, 8 5-22-3tc S. 50 degrees 55' W. a dis- bath tub enclosure. Frame for Cherokee, Lockhart. 6 5 ltpd tance of 50.00 feet; thence N. childrens swings. New Micro- 38 degrees 45' W. a distance met feeder. 3 pounds micro- HELP WANTED-Experienc- of 50.00 feet; thence S. 50 de- met crystals for clear water ed in party plan? Be a Merri- grees 55' W. a distance of protection of water system in- FOR SALE - Cornish gameMac supervisor. Highest com- 141.50 feet; thence N. 36 de- instructions. Phone 8-8717. Bantam Roasters. Call orcon- mission, no delivery or col- grees 03' W. along the east- 6-5-1tpd tact, nights only, Frances lecting. Call collect to Ann erly right of way of 5th Ave- Chance. 5 29 2tixi Baxter - 319-556-8881 orwrite nue a distance of 104.60 feet EXCELLENT opportunity in Merri-Mac, PO. Box 1277, Du- to the point of beginning. Said Florala for man or woman in BEAUTIFUL KITTENS - long buque, Iowa 52001. 5 29 2tpd property lying in Section 34, insurance business. High and short haired. All colors. Township 1 North, Range 17 school - over 25 - preferably Playful and healthy. Must find East, Covington County,* Ala- married. No experienceneces- homes for all I0. Call Doris FOR RENT - - Shaded pri- bama, together with the here- sary. $125 per week training at %2321. 5 29 2tpdvate lot for mobile home. Call dfiaments and appurtenances pay. Call 1-566-4288 collect 8-3395. 5 1 tfc thereunto belonging, and also for interview. Monday through together with all wall-to-wall LAND SALE - - Lots near Point Washington, Fla'., and acreage in Okaloosa County, Fla., for sale. Write, call, or come by the office fcr further information. GENE KEEN REALTY. P.O. Box 55~, Crest- view, Fla. 32536.Phone: 904 - 682-3341. 5-l-tfc Ill FACTORY DIRECT (4) Stretch-Stitch sews $139.95; (13) Mattress & box sets - 39.95 ca.; (8) Complete stereo systems - 69.95; (4) New B.a. Suites 119.95; (4) New L.R. Suites - 99.95; (3) Dinettes (8 pc.). 119.95; (14) Bassett Reclin- ers - 79.95 Cash or terms 115 S. ~ Dothtn, /d Op~yg~ds I I Illll carpet in the living room, hall and all bedrooms, and also to- gether with all equipment and fixtures for heating and light- ing now or hereafter installed therein by the mortgagors. NOTE: The sale and any conveyance made in consum- mation thereof, will be subject to any existing Federal tax liens, if any, and/or special assessments, if any, which might adversely affect the title to subject property. Said sale will be made for the purpose of realizing the mortgage debt, together with all expenses of this sale, in- cluding a reasonable attorney's fee. This the 24th day of April, 1975. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION Transferee and Owner of Said Mortgage. 5-l-3tc A MORNINGSJDE IqlOoucnoN A ~OLUMBIA IqCTUIIES I[-~tlA~ -~. CINEMA II THURS. THRU WED. JUNE 5-11 Earthq u ake Shatter s The Nation . Cities Become Firestorms But The Worst Is yet To Come,[ THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 5-6-7-8-9-10-11 Open At 7:00 Shows At 7:15 & 9:15 Matinee Sat. & Sun. Open 1:30 Show At 2:00 Friday 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. 6-5-2tpd OGLESBY & SONS HOUSE MOVING - - and Bulldozer work. Call DeFuniak Springs, Florida 892-5931. 5-15-4tpd FOR SALE - - Bragg Soy- beans. Contact Rudy Kelley, New Harmony. Phone 4-3282 or 4-8006. 5-15-4tpd DRAPERIES AND BED- SPREADS, direct home factory. We make to measure for those odd size windows. DRAPERY OUTLETS, EVERGREEN AND ENTERPRISE. 1-2-tfc NOW OPEN - Jackie's Beau- ty Salon. Open from 8 - 5, Tuesday - Saturday. Formerly the La Carousel in Paxton, Florida. Hair styles, cuts and coloring to fit everyones needs. Phone 4-0877 for appointment. 5-29-2tlxl PETREY'S GREEN HOUSE- Hanging baskets, plants of all kinds for pots and and bedding norfolk pines, and etc. Gar- den plants - all planting soil, pots, 'tools, etc. Located at junction of Highway 331 - High- way 55. 3-27-tfc FOR SALE - 1946 Ford truck. Needs repair. $100.00. Call Ed McDaniel 8-7839. 5-22-3tc FOR RENT - One (I) Trai- ler space. Call Ed McDaniel 8-7839. 5-22-3tc