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--" ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• 3JECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 PAGE 7 DEATH CLAIMS LIFE OF MARY B. SIMS Mrs. Mary B. Sims, mother of W. E. Sims of Florala, pass- ed away suddenly at her home in Marianna, Florida last Fri- day. She is survived by seven children, seventeen grand chil- dren and thirty two great grand children. Mrs. Sims just recently cele- brated her 93rd birthday. ROCKETTES AND THE JUNIOR TAP DANCERS - from left, Ann Waller, Vickie Lindsey, Jan Puckett, Ann Proctor, Louisa Savage, Ruth Riley, Karen King, Marion Taylor, Laurie Davis, SPECIAL JUNE 24TH SALE ALL SUMMI~ SI RTS % .CULL SUMMm % STYLE M,AItgMA Sandy Wiess, Sissie Savage, Dugan Wiess, Rita Wamble, Lisa McDaniel, Sonya Moseley, and ViM.Brant. ATTEND CESSNA AIRCRAFT PLANT IN WICHITA. Representatives of Crestvlow Flying Service of Crestview and Florala toured the Cessna aircraft manufacturing plants in Kansas last week-end. Russel Best, president of the Service, has purchased a Cessna Skylane (182) and while at Wichita, for pick-up, a tour of the plants was offered the Service, and for the Floraia News, represented by Larry Woodham and Gary Woodham. The party was shown aircraft construction from bare sheets of metal to the finished air- craft, such as the one shown above - the Cessna CITATION jet. In the photo above (left ~to right) Russel Best, Larry Woodham, Mike Best, Clifford Trent- man, and Gary Wooctham. . WHO KNOWS? the hurricane season? 2. What is the cause of most hurricane deaths? 1. What is generally known 3. When does summer begin? " 4. When was New York City incorporated? 5. On what day in 1836 did Arkansas become a state? 6. Define antiphon. 7. In what direction does the wind in a high pres- sure blow? 8. Name the flower for the month of June. 9. Name the Vice President under President James K. Polk. 10.Which is the third largest U.S. city? Answers to Who Knows vember. 2. D,~owning, approximately 75 per cent, 3. June 21, at 8:0! a.m. 4. June 12, 1665. 5. June 15th. 6. A hymn, psalm, etc., sung in responsive, alternating parts. 7. Clockwise. 8. Rose or honeysuckle. 9. George M. Dallas. 10.Los Angeles. your friendly weatherman tells you it's going to be in the shade, we have to send you the results of it. electric bill that, like the temperature, is much higher ! other seasons. CARD OF THANKS The family of John A. Mc- Neill would like to thank all the friends and relatives for all the help and kind deeds given them during his linger- ing illness. All the expres- sions of sympathy during his recent death was greatly ap- preciated and will always be remembered. May the Lord bless each of you in some special way. 6-21-1tpd The Florala-Lockhart Rotary Club met June 12 at the Lake Jackson Club House. Jack Vaughan, program leader,introduced' Roy Darlington from Alabama Power Compa~, who presented interesting information on the energy crisis. He pointed out that Alabama Power Company used water, coal, and atomic energy to generate electric power. He stated that Alabama Power owns a 300-year supply of coal, that the electric generating capacity is sufficient to meet nresent needs and construction is now under way to meet future needs. He says that-atomic energy is safe to use for electric power purposes. Pictured, from left, are J. C. Gant, Frank Timmerman, R. T. Darlington and Jerry Grantham. Other guests were Joe Evans, Mayor of Florala, and Bill Mace, South East Alabama Planning Commission of Dothan, Alabama. PLEASURE ISLAND FI SH RODEO SET FOR JUNE 21 - 23 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, on the 11 day of June 1821, a convention assembled at Cahaba, the State Captial, to consider the formation of a Grand Lodge, and WHEREAS, June 1973 will be the 153rd year of Grand Lodge Freemasonry in Alabama, and Officials of Alabama's Plea- sure Island Deep Sea Rodeo have set June 21-23 as dates for this year's event. Proceeds, derived from $5.00 entry fees, will be used to per- petuate a conservation pro- gram. Artificial fish reefs are being placed in the Gulf by the sponsors of the project and the rodeo, the Gulf Shores Tour rist Association and theOrange Beach Community Center. The Alabama Department of Con- servation is also cooperating in the reef project. Three classes will be in- cluded in the Rodeo• Class one is for fish caught from beats up to 25 feet in length, or from any point on shore (pier, ietty; or surf)class two is for fish caught from beats over 25 feet in length; class three is for charter boat cap- tains. Trophies will be award- ed in each class, with more than 20 of these going to classes one and two. Rodeo headquarters will be the Orange Beach Community Center, from where events will begin on Thursday at 5 p.m. Weigh stations will be the Roy Walker Marina and Safe Har- bor Marina in Orange Beach. A Fish Fry Awards Dinner will wind up proceedings on Saturday afternoon. " Reefs are being made of old tires and machinery, anchored in concrete, and are being charted and marked by the Con-. servation Department. Further information regard- ing the Deep Sea Rodeo may be obtained by writing the Gulf Shores Tourist Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama. 36524. WHEREAS, June 1871 was the beginning of a continous cele- bration and public installation of newly elected Lodge Otficers by now defunct Chapel Hill Lodge No. 377 through 1873, and WHEREAS, now defunct Lake City Lodge No. 377 continued this through 1911, and WHEREAS, Fidelity Lodge No. 685 has continued this event to this day on on June 30, 1973, will celebrate 103 consecutive years of this event, and WHEREAS, Charles C. Robinson was elected Junior Grand Warden of the Grand Lodge of F. & A.M. of Alabama in November 1969, progressing through the several stations, and WHEREAS. on November 22. 1972, Charles C. Robinson was elected the most Worsh.ipful Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of F. & A.M. of Alabama, and WHEREAS, Brother Robinson will attend the Celebration on June 30, 1973 in Florala. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that I, Joe R. Evans, Mayor of the City of Florala do hereby proclaim the 30th Day of June 1973 as Charles C. Robinson Day in the City of Florala. I urge all the citizens of our city to join in extending good wishes and hospitality to him on this day. Joe R. Evans Mayor City of Florala Authenticated by: Betty Hooten City Clerk It [I II FLORALA POLICE REPORT According to police records, 15 calls were answered during the week on June 11-16. There were 11 arrests made - 4 for DWI, 3 on warrants, 1 for reckless driving, 1 for public drunk, I for resisting arrest and 1 for assaulting an officer. By Cpl. Jerry Hutcheson Chief of Police, Paul Jackson III so much because our rates have increased. Our I. Early June through No- HANDIMAN - I have pickup NOTICE - Bill Hudson's new FOR SALE - Pianos• 109 pro- RUMMAGE SALE - JulyT, 1973 'es dential rate still is about 17% below the national truck and tools, l want to@ork phone number 4-8945. Ex- nos from which to select. Proceeds for Lockhart Youth . . . p . . for you. ' Call Daniel Peterson perienced painter and carpen- Rebuilts, trade-ins, and new Group. Place - Mrs. Aud- ter. Has Spray painting equip- Spinets, Just say - Charge it. rey Holley's Shop, next to ". So your bllls are hlgher mamly because you re uslng L .G tL at8-8504, l-ll-tlc ment. Contract or by the bour. $-195.00 and up. HARPERFAUR- Buddy's Body Shop. Doria- n')re electricity for air conditioning along with the 25 years experience. NITURE CO , Evergreen, a- tions of clothes or any house- P}liances you own. - 1 NO TICE 6-21-2t~bama " 8-3tfchold articles can be left at the • s~me location. Call any of Inletime, add up how many appliances you own./\nu these numbers for pickup. 8- !~j,, think of the REGISTER'S SALE FOR SALE - Sears Coppertone- 7080, 4-5762 or 8-0698. THE STATE OF ALABAMA, 6-21-1tpd electric range, 2 years ser- DRAPERY OUTLET - 3,000 inconveniences COVINGTON COUNTY vice policy, used only 1 I/2 pairs .- Made in Evergreen. MARTIN S - Refrigerator and . I,.. Circuit Court, In Equity 'l~''~'r~~l''~'~t~ Iyou o nave months. See PATTY CLARY Cheaper than most chain stores• household appliances repaired. after 4 p.m. or call 8-0365. Located on West Front Street W.O. MARTIN. Phone 8-7801. and as Administrator of the 5-31-tic downtown, Evergreen, Alabama. 5-17-tic ....Iwith(,m thcm. Muse Warren, Individually .? ..... , ,,o,,: But aI• I th(, , 5-to-tic ["1 ":::', l ::"~,:', t ]::: t : l :'.¢"::": I . . Estate of Manuel W. Warren, Deceased Complainant vs. I '-' [ :| ~o.~,]explanation In Mary Milligan, Audrey Brad- SMITH S PHILLIP 66 SERVICEUNCLAIMED m~...-. ~_~ .._± , , , , LOST - Keys in a Burgess- STATION will be closed start- l '. " Paul Warren and CalvinH. Harrison red plastic pouch, be- ins Sunday, June 24, due to FREIGHT I J u.~., e 21-,22,~3~"~'2~-a'--uv'-~" II , ' ]the world may le,, Rnfus Allen MilliOn, John p~|' alvnt el a lC~?-,,au bulb burning10hen,',. 1. Sowe'dlike to offersome By virtue of a decree in the tween Bank and Post O1fice. fish bait get it by 8:00 Satur- SINGER sewing machines(5). I , T~]~ ~{~'II]~T F~Q],II "i~n'n~'lc~°u'' not make you warren Respondents. tween hours of 10-2-12, be- gas shortage. Anyone wanting / stlerabout your e!ectricbil ' " " above stated cause renderedon MRS. GEORGE HART.6 21 ltc day night. SOmeareSinger,s latest models. $59.still in cartons. These (l_/~Tff~ L~T~.~Y~ about keeping your the Circuit Court, in Equity, , ...... each. to satisfy said decree, I will .... NEW STEREO consoles and, [~~ctricity in summertime--as you sell to the highest and best CHAIN SAW components, some with 8 track ~~o e--is air conditioning, so let's bidder for cash, at public sale, LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape ------ Abl-~ tapes, Cassettes, Garrardturn- ~~t~ecommend you set your air conditionerat st the Courthouse door of said ,~M u ~,'B tables. Prices start at $88. MOODY DRUG COMPANY. L, Ptww.l m~wwE~ for consoles, $69.95 for com- degree the indoor temperatureis County, between the hours of Tablets and HydrexWater Pills. II o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock 6-21-3tpd DI~OAIIB¢ ponenets. ' I lectr_i5 energy requirements for P.M., ""'"~- ELECTRA - LUX vacuum r r! Coolin increase b about 5% Which can add up July, 1~3 on the following Cooling increaseby about 5%. Wh]cl . . On Friday, the 6th Day of SOUP'S on, the rug that is, *LL WORK OUARANTEED " cleaners $49 59 each ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL BEDROOM SET b clean with Blue Lustre. Rent " S ('rand new) topen can raise your operating costs terms for cash tl~e following Electric ShampooerS1. GREAT LAWN MOWERS AND SAW$89.95 each; (3) NEW LIVING described p'roperty, vie: Lots DAY, INC. 6 21 Itc - u . , ROOM SETS $89.95. each• " Expensive. So you should check I and 2 in Block 38 as per WlAIl~lllrl~ll asnm_~ CASH or TERMS: Unclaimed ~'~rWoel yo! ~-rlce asem°2:h'- yo-- .. . plan of Hughes AddiUon to the ., v,~,-.w .. -.-"''="--='" Freight, 1511 S. Oates St., Do-, ~]-US--DI~IT~jE 8 : "r ce a month. ' To@n of Florala, Alabama, by SALES AND SERVICE than, Ala. - 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 ucontrol ur use of electrlclty.7 You can M. Kihlbery in August, 1897. PIANO IN STORAGE - Beau- PAXTON- FLORtO~ p.m., Monday through saturday. I "SARDTRA"...G., front of the refrigerator or This the5thdayofJune,z. E. King,1973" Reportedtiful Consolelike new.St°redResponsiblel°Cally" - ~' ' " ilii ~-l-tfc fSUlI'=~I a U' " 't alU"" ~~r .en..You can plan the use of your Register party can take a big saving e, a "nddishwasher. 6-1,-3tc on low payment balance. Write: / June 24-25-2@-2 GLILF COAST PIANO'{20. 902 ~ I ,x trP . ugges!ions in our new booklet, General Motors Acceptance32444Florida Ave. Lynn tlaven, rm. ~ f~Q~'~'P--~eEh WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOpS ,I These women Uelt Dr ~~~~ t tells yOU how to better Corporation will sell at Pub- " 6-21-2tpd ~ 7J~,~.., FENCE CO. /' Serving the South lithe chains that ~rl g¢" Ul , u " " -- " 1973, at M. L. Moore Motors, an ity. Write or call your nearest lic Sale for cash on July 3, ![ " THE BIG tt I0" Power Office for a'free copy. Or stop in and Andalusia, Alabama, the fol- FOR SALE- Good blooded 1/2 *~~~ Since 1946 with ',l enslave them' lowing: redbone, 1/2 bluetick puppies. Fine quality Fencing I BIRD CAGE " ~d make the summer heat just a little one 1964 Cadillac 4dr HT 5 weeks old. $I0.00 each. • Hurricane Chainlink Fencing " ............. I Rated .... R---- l~~ii5 3157 JAMES BOOKER-Phone 8- F,,z~z~ ~.~-,,,-e~.~ | ---Plus**** GMAC reserves the right to • Cypress & Cedar Private Fences 4579 ._~~ bid at such sale. The col- " 6-21-Itc GENE GOMILLION ,709 E.S-NOTCHST. ! Soft Skin ~lLrlrl~lr~~=1~111~, lateral involved is presently " stored and may be seen at FOR SALE AT BARN Coastal OWNER OFF. PHONE 2Za-202'~ |Bursting Through "~'L't- I ~Vt~'A$,AMAPOWEP'COMPAN¥ M.L. Moore Motors, Anda- Bermuda hay. First cutting. RES. PHON]~ "~22-1062 ANDALUSIA, ,LA. ihard Prison VlaZ: . e got to be there when you need us. lusia, Alabama. 90¢ per 50 lb. bale. Phone | " TKE BIG General Motors Acceptance 6-6516. HOWELL ANGUS ~~:~ t ,, _ _ Corp. FARMS on Opp Highway.~~,~.,.. L, BUST OUT R ~, 1308-56280 6-21-2tpd i. DIXIELAND IRIVE-IN