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3E ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS-THURSDAY, JUHE 8, 1972 JUDY LOUISE WHITE ON DEANS LIST AT U of SM Those students at the Uni- .... versity of Southern Mississippi ...... making the Spring Quarter Dean's List have been announced ......... by Dr. Gilbert Langdon, regis- qrar. Inclusion on this academic honor roll requires a grade point average of at least 3.25 (4.0 Is all A's) on a minimum load of 15 quarter hours. Among those on the Dean's List from Florala is Judy Louise White. LEGAL NOTICE ESTATE OF REBECCA T. SIGHTLER, Deceased PROBATE COURT Letters Testamentary on the Estate of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the Z4th day of May, 197Z, by the Hun. Lelaud Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Coving- ton County, notice is hereby gi- ven 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. R. Sightler 5-25-3tc LEGAL HOTICE ESTATE OF VERNON BILL SANFORD. DECEASED PROBATE COURT Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 25th day of May, 1972 by the Hon. Letand 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 within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. Margueritte Sauiord Wilkins 5-25-3tc PAGE 7 LEGAL NOTICE ESTATE OF JAMES LEWIS MOON, DECEASED PROBATE COURT Letters of Administration on the Estate of said deceased hav- ing been granted to the under- signed on the 8th day of May, 1972, by the Hon. Leland Enzor Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said es- tate are hereby required to pre- sent the same within time allow- ed by law or the same will be barred. Patsy Moon 5-25-3tc REAL ESTATE FOR SALE DEAN RASBERRY AND THOMAS DYER PITT- will be an event of this Saturday, June I0, Methodist Church in Florala, were the honor Saturday evening in the home of Mr. Anderson, Circle Drive," DeFuniak Springs. joying a delicious meal and fellowship with friends, entertained when Tommy's mother, Mrs. told the story of the couple's romance, story book first grade when Tommy would pull little C lara's present day plans to wed. It was such an OH 9auld like to Thank,the ,le in Florala for their Support in the Commis. Race for District 4. t~uld like to congratulate my opponent, IT. !-I. (Tot) Maynard in Ills fine win. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES MACARTHUR STATE TECHNICAL AT OPP HAS OPENINGS IN: NG ERK TYPIST IAL PROCESSING (Unit Record Keep- and Computer Programming.) :AFTING 8,-DESIGN TECHNOLOGY SMETOLOGY (Class starts July 10) ~RBERING IENTS WISHING TO ENROLL HG THIS SUMMER MUST EN- BY MONDAY, JUNE 12. interested in: Diesel 8, ipment, Auto Body Repair, Radio & T.V., :ity, Refrigeration, Electronics, Trowel Trades and g need to make application as ~t possible in order to avoid a wqiting period for a vacancy. is accredited by the AIo- iortment of Education, of Southern Associa- # . es and Schools, .s ap- training of veterans and students without regard to Creed, or national origin. interesting story and told beautifully by Mrs. Plttmaa who huI been a school teacher through the years and has had plenty of experience in telling stories. Pictured with the honored couple, seated center, from leR, are Miss Karen Anderson, who assisted her mother with the serving; Mrs. Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Foster Rasberry, parents of the bride-elect; Mrs. Gerald Winfred Pittman, mother of the groom-to-be; Mrs. R. L. Griffin, aunt of the groom-to-be of Ft. Pierce, Fla., and Philip Anderson. Homecoming Activities Scheduled At Caney Creek Baptist Church The Caney Creek Baptist Church announces that theywill have homecoming activities on June 11, 1972. Tne activities start with Sunday School at 10:00 A.M. The Worship Ser- vices win be at 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. with former Pastor Marlor~ (Bud) Gates preachin~ both services. There win be dinner on the grounds with singing in the afternoon featuring the ',Ev- angels" from Enterprise, Ala- bama. with other local talent such as the Teen Tones, and Ebenezer Five. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. The pastor is Ger- ald Sykes. JOHN ALFRED ADAMS DROWNED WHILE ON FISHING TRIP S/SEt. John Alfred Adams, a~e 24, drowned Friday, June, 2, 1972, while on a fishing trip at Blountstown, Florida. He was a former resident of Paxton and had been in the US Air Force for the past five years. He was on leave awaltingtrans- fer to Korea for a tour of duty. He was a member of the Paxton Baptist church and was a graduate of Paxton High School. Survivors axe his wife, Mrs. Helen Harre11 Adams of Paxton; one daughter, Tonya Marie Adams of Paxton; father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Chester Adams of Paxton; one sister, Mrs. Linda Mitchell of Pax'ton. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Paxton Baptist Church with Reverend Hobson Vann and Reverend Larry Conner off.. ictating. Burial in the Paxton Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. DEATH CLAIMS NOAH L. HUDSON IN MONTGOMERY of Route 2, Laurel Hill, Dem- pesy Hudson of Florala; one sister, Mrs. Penny Senn of Stella Route, Florala; two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Smyrna Baptist Church with Reverend Gerald Sykes officiating. Burial in the Smyrna Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. GILBERT B. DOSTER DIES FOLLOWlNG HEART SURGERY Gilbert B. Doster, 66, who worked in the customer service department of San Diego Gas and Electric Co., San DlegO~ California, died Tuesday, May 16, following an artery heart transplant. He went to surgery at 7:30 P.M., May 15, which lastedfor more than seven hours. Services were held in Ben- bough Mortuary in San Diego and his body cremated. Doster was a resident of San Diego for 38 years. He lived at 2943 Laurel Street. He was born and reared in Fiorala. He was a fiekl director for the American Red Cross, attached to the 101st Airborne Division, during World War IL He received five battle stars and a certificate of merit from the Red Cross. Poster was a life member and past president of the San Diego County Fish and Game Assn. Surviving are a son; a dau- ghter; a granddaughter; five sisters and three brothers. He was a widower. 'Yne family suggested contributions to the Heart Fund. R will be remembered by long-time residents of Florala that his father, J.P. Doster, was principal of the Florala City School during the 1920~s and early '30s. Mr. Noah L. (Bud)Hudson Doster visited friondsinFlo- age 65, passed away Thursday rala enroute from New Smyrna night June I, 1972, in a Mont- Beach, Florida to San Diego gomery hospital. He was a re- about two years ago. sident of 1402 East 8th Avenue Friends here will be intor- in Florala for the uast five ested to know that Mrs. Eliza.. years and was anativeof Coffee beth Talley Larkins, who lived county, Alabama. He was a veteran of World War 1I and was engaged in farming during his active years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lavada Hudson of F1orala; one daughter, Mrs. Frankie Mc- Cormick of Hialeah, Fla.; three brothers, Willis Hudson of Route 2, DeFuniak, BIll Hudson here during World War H, is now residing at 4485 Felton Street, San Diego, California 92116. Mrs. Larkins was a niece to the late J.P. Duster and the late Mrs. Elsie Pat- rick of Florala. Prior to her living in Florala she had visited her relatives a number of times. I Moody Drug Co. Franklin Serum Company Dealer SEE US FOR TRIPLE BACTERIN BLACKLEG VACCINE. AVAILABLE AGAIN NOW AND IN STOCK IS VACCINE FOR SLEEPING SICKNESS, BOTH TYPES. SPRAYS AND DUSTING POWDERS FOR CONTROL OF HORNFLYS AND OTHER LIVESTOCK PEST~. Large Dwelling fronting West 5th Avenue with 2 complete apartments; also one 2 bedroom house ad- joining this excellent buy. Good investment, conven- ient place to live. 4 lots, city utilities, with three rental units. Excel- lent investment. 8 room dwelling, priced to sell at $5,000.00. Good in- vestment. 8 bedroom dwelling, wood frame with asbestos siding, located on N. 8th St. Good rental property. Comfortable 2 bedroom dwelling, convenient loca- tion, priced to sell. The Manuel W. Warren re- sidence situated on the cor- ner of N. 8th Street and W. 6th. Avenue. 2 city lots. A real buy. Brick store building. West 5th Avenue, Florala, Ala- bama. A real bargain. Ideal Spot! Work and live conveniently. Comfortable home and next door busi- ness. Ideal for couple. Al- ready financed. 228 acres cut-over land with 45 acres cleared for cultivation. Tracts this size are hard to find. Priced right. Nice lot at Choctaw- batchee Bay near Navarre Beach. Ideal for va.cation Cottage or trailer. If you have property to sell or if you want to purchase a certain kind of property, see us first. ROYCE & CO., INC. Mrs. Lucille S. Cox Licensed Real Estate Bro- ker Telephone 858-7373 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The family of the late Ro- bert Devanghan wish to express their deep appreciation to their many friends for the many acts of kindness and sympathy shown to them during their bereave- ment. The Devaughn Family 6-8-1tpd CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere appreciation for the many acts of kindness and expres- sions of sympathy extended to us during our Cecent bereavement in the illness and death of our dear husband and father, Arthur Foley. Our humble thanks to our friends and neighbors for the prayers, flowers, and food. We are so grateful for such wonderful friends and relatives. The Arthur Foley Family 6-8-1tc CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORY OF ALBERT HOBBS We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for their love and interest shown during the long illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Also for the lovely flowers, food, expressions of sympathy at the time of our loss. We appreciate the entire hos- pital staff for all "kindness to- ward us. And to Rev. Bates and Rev. Taylor we shall always cherish your visits and prayers. May God bless each one is our sincere prayer. The Family of Albert Hobbs LEGAL NOTICE BEAUTY POODLE SHOP - Hot water clips $8.50. Weekends only. Open full time from July l until 10. 2008 West 5th Ave. Phone 8-I134. 6-8-3tpd FOR SALE - Automatic washer. In excellent condition. Must see to appreciate. Contact JIM- MY CARNLEY at Dad 'n Lad. $75.00. 6-8-1tc WANTED I have a pickup truck and I want to work for you. Call DANIEL M. PET- ERSON. Telephone 8-8504. 5-18-4tpd FOR RENT - Newly decora- ted 6-room house. All city utilities. Large garden and playground area. 311 East Third Avenue. See Mrs. Dell on pre- mises. 6-8-1tpd MOODY DRUG COMPANY Summer Schedule: Open 8 a.m. Close 6 p.m. daily except Thursdays when we close at 5 p.m. 6-8-3tc GOVERNOR GEORGE C. WAL- LACE says: ON TO MIAMI! Despite a serious injury from an attempt on his life, Governor Wallace says he, will carry his fight for the people to the De- mocratic convention floor in Miami. Read all about it in the Campaign Trail. Send $1.00 cash or money order, plus 25˘ handling charges to: The CAM- PAIGN TRAIL, P. O. Box 9313, Montgomery, Alabama, 36108. 6-1-2tc REWARD OFFERED - for re- turn of billfold containing pic- tures and important papers. BARBARA WATSON, 916 Lake- shore Drive, Florala. 6-8-1tc AKC "REGISTERED German Shepherd Puppies for sale. Black, Tan & Silver. 6-weeks old. $50.00 with papers. Call 8-0093, Florala, Alabama. 6-8-2tc WANTED TO BUY - Beer cans. We pay up to 2˘ each for empty beer cans. Willbuy any amount. Send name and address and $I.00 for complete handling, packing and shipping instructions and sample buyer's contract. $1.00 refunded on acceptance of con- tract. Address all mail to HUGHES MANUFACTURING CO. P. O. Box 187, Crestview, Florida 32536. 6-8-tfc FOR SALE by owner - 1969 Automatic Volkswagen. Good condition. Has new rebuilt en- gine. Contact ESTEN VanHORN. Telephone 858-3485. P.O. Box 15, Florala. 6-8-2tpd JIM'S FIX-IT SHOP Elec- tric appliances. Washing ma- chines. Dryers. Sewing ma- chines. Located at 513 North 5th Street. Phone 8-3893. 6-8-2tpd OLD FASHIONED Insurance Company has opening in this area for debit service agent. Write P. O. Box 1007 Andalu- sia, Alabama or phone 222-3720. 6-1,4tpd IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ala, or 493-4336 collect in app. ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of- fers bonded and insured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Florala. I0- 18-tic SIGN PAINTING - Shop loca- ted two and one-half miles south of Florala on Hwy 85 (Clear Springs). Phone 4-1825. STARS & STRIPES. Thus. Holley, Own- er. 6-8-tfc FOR SALE - Deluxe Electric Whirlpool dryer. Used 6 months. In good condition. Con- tact W. W. Goolsby, Rt. l, Lau- rel Hill. 6-8-1tpd FOR SALE IN PAXTON, FLORIDA 3 bedroom frame house, elec- tric heat, carport and utility on nice shaded lot, low inprice. 3 bedroom brick veneer home on US 331, l I/2 bath on good lot, well land scaped. Small equity will put you in it. Business opportunity - Going business for sale. Ideal for couple, young or old. Call Jack T. Rhoades Day - 8-6404, Night - 4-4924. Reg. Real Estate Salesman, Teel & Waters, Crestview, Florida. DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU WANT A NEW HOME A NEW CAR OR A BANK ACCOUNT Potential of $15,000.00 per year No Selling Process paper work Want ONE Exclusive Master Dis- tributor in area. Investment of $2,000.00 re- quired. Guaranteed return of your investment Teen and Twenty Cosmetic Corporation 2740 S. Glenstone, Suite 105 Springfield, Missouri 65804 Phone: 417-883-7811 FOR SALE- Potter's old home at 2007 West 5th.Avenue. For cash.$5,000.00. Phone 8-1134. 5-18-4tpd REDUCE safe and fast with Go- Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water pills" BOOTH DRUG CO. 5-25-6tpd EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Sales position with a good solid future, complete training, rapid growth & up portunity to earn $200 or more a wk. Send brief resume to: Mr. Drye, 1675 Montclair Rd., No. 268, Birmingham, AI~. ,: 35220. MOWING - I want to mow your lawn. Work by hour or contract. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call Daniel M. Peterson. Telephone 8-8504. 5-25-4tc NOTICE - Orkin now has an office in Florala. Call 8-8598 for free termite inspection. 5-25-8tc 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 5-18-4tpd FOR SALE For Sale beautiful brick ve- neer home, 3 bedrooms and den. New carpeting, recent kitchen renovation with new cabinets, completely re- painted, like new. Located on Highway 331 in Paxton. Want to Build a Home - Need lots. We have 2 that are 50 z 190. Located between TV Cable Towers and Cen- tral Y. 544-46 8th St. East. Two Lots 90 .x ZOO. Lo- catud on Highway 331, beginning oi cernerofMic- kler Drive and extending north 180 feet on 351. Beau- tifully Sloped, some land- scaping done. Ready to build on. CALL OR SEE BURGESS REAL ESTATE F. M. Burgess, Realtor and Appraiser 1413 5 TH AYEMUl! i m i | ASPHALT PAVING Wiregrass Construction Co., is currently paving in th~ Florala area. Free estimates, Bonded work on streets, parking lots and driveways. Telephone 265-8501 Montgomery, Ala. CHAIN SAW AND LAWN MOWiR R|PAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWNMOWERS AND SAWS FOR SALE - Pianos, I00 pia- nos from which to select. Re~ huilts, trade-ins, and new Spinets. Just say- charge it. e'95.00 and up. HARPER FUR-' ~,URE CO., Evergreen, Ala. 8-5-tb TNuR. FR," . SAT ~u.N(. $.q.lO One for each of the Deadly Sins... ivHE COLOR 1~LU.S- HELL'L ,, " 0 atolLS .Ge- ~~,~ Hot,Bio0ded Machines and Hopped Up Women! PROBATE COURT FLORALA,. ,., Woodrow Adams ESTATE OF MARY PRICE PtlON| PHON| LEWIS, DECEASED _ _ ' SALES AND SERVICI[ ~.~ o!60 8~8-6404 ............... Letters Testamentary on the " .PA'XTON, FLORID& 1 ~) ~l "mt~m~vermtv- Estate of said deceased having , ,, , , / "~=L~I ~"~'~'~" been granted to the undersigned / L. ~' 1 ~k,,~l~, by the Hun. Leland Enter Judge i ~~ Ke~ey's 3 of the Probate Court of Cov- ington County, notice is hereby ~ I $ ~ B~mded Tennlte Co. given that all persons having i ~.~ of Opp, Alabaala / ~)PeH ESC# NITe I aresent herebythe samerequiredwlthin timet° pre-al. TERMITE ANID HOUMIHOLD Pelt CONTROl. SlaVIC[ ] SHo~ ' lowed by law or the same will TEMMITZ WA#H~klIM'r~ / ~J~PLI~=~' 30 [ be barred, o.v PEON" 4oa-4a=~ TELEPHONE COLLECT | ~ $ LA~" [ S. J. Lewis, Jr. oF~. *~M~. m 6-8-3tc,