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E@SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1976 PAGE 11 ': 1 Announcements I take this opportunity my candidacy for City of Florala. the people of this an honest and fair Past four years and 'the oppor- continue to serve in many community de- progl now un- certainly finished, and I hope in acquiring programs for this ! You so much for your l~st four years and I ~Will see fit to vote for elections of and September 14. JOE R. EVANS by Joe R. Evans, Your vote and influence will be appreciated. My race is subject to primaries of August 10 and September 14, 1976. SYBIL MICKLER (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Sybil Mick- ler, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL, PLACE #4 I respectfully submit my can- dacy for Florala City Council, Place #4, subject tothe munici- pal election of August 10 and September 14. It is my sincere desire to serve the people of this city and to use my many years as a successful businessman to help the City of Florata grow and prosper. Your vote and support in my behalf will be sincerely appre- ctated. J. L. "JESS" WILLETTE OF (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jess Wil- lette, Florala, Alabama) Oates, would like to my candidacy for on the Florala City ect to the Munici- of August I0 and 14. the vote of every citizen. the chance to work Other members of the and see Florala ). support of all the NEAL DATES Adv. by Neal Dates, submit my can- r Council, ect to the Muni- of August I0 and 14. lived in Florala for Your vote and sup- appreciated. FOR COUNCILMAN CITY COUNCIL PLACE #I l I respectfully submit my candidacy for re-election as a member of City Council, Place #1, in the municipal election of August 10 and September 14. If re-elected, I will continue to work and represent all the citizens of Floralaj in a fair and honest manner and strive for progress and efficiency. As an accountant, my first thoughts are to put your tax dollar to the best possible use. I sincerely hope I can continue to serve and see the present and future projects fulfilled. I ask for your support and vote. WILSON JONES (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Wilson Jo- nes, Florala, Alabama) P.(PHIL) CARTER Adv. by M. P. (Phil) Alabama). FLORALA appreciate your con- u~y candidacy for the City of Florata. and can spend all attending to city bus- for Willie Harrison in elections of August 10 14. Thank You! Namon Coon Namon Coon, age 67, a re- sident of Puton, Florida, died in a Veterans Hospital in Mont- gomery, Wednesday morning, June Z3, 1976. He was a vete- ran of World War II and a mem- ber of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. He was engaged in farming during his active years. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Jnanita Adams of Paxton; one daughter, Mrs. Martha Carnley of DeFuniak Springs, Florida; four sisters, Mrs. Ag- nes Seellgrove of Eloise, Flo- rida, Mrs. Arrie Phillips of Route One, Florala, Mrs. Mandy Reynolds of Lockhart and Mrs. Doric Burleson of Opp. Funeral services were con- ducted Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. from Evans Funeral Home with William Aplin officiating. Burial was in the Pazton Ce- metery with Evans Funeral Home. Opal Maraman Mrs. Opal Savage Maraman, age 67, a resident of Westlawn Heights in Florala, died at her residence Wednesday morning, June 23, 1976. She ~as a life long resident of this area and a member of the Smyrna Baptist Church. Survivors are, four daugh- ters, Mrs. Louise Weir of Al- bany, New York, Mrs. Dorothy Colvin of Lake City, Florida, Mrs. Sheliz Pickron of FIG- rata, Mrs. Evelyn Moody of Florala; three sons, Edward Maraman of Florala, Rufus Ma- raman of Palmdale, California, Van Maraman of Wewahatachka, Florida; two brothers, Curtis Savage, and Lell Savage, both of Florala; one sister, Mrs. Lucile Cox of Florala; thirteen grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Friday from tbeSmy- rns Baptist Church with William Aplin and James Sanders of- ficiating. Burial was in the Smyrna Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. CARD OF THANKS The family of Namon Coon wishes to express their appre- ciation to everyone for their kindnesses during the death of Namon Coon. The Namon Coon Family 7-1-1tc CARD OF TH~KS Please accept our heartfelt UMmks and appreciation for the many kindnesses shown during the illness and death of our loved one. A special thanks for the food, flowers, visits and prayers. ~d bless each of you. The Family Of Opal Maraman 7-1-1tp PUBLIC WILLIE HARRISON by Willie Ear- Alabama.) OF for re-election let me say I opportunity that serve you. Was to fulfill the du- office with inte- and fair all. should war- Pledge that, if you With re-election, I policies that I Workable and effec- Past. Awarded Scholarship Richard Anderson, of Flo- rala, is the recipient cfaGeor- ge C. Wallace LeadershipScho- larship to Troy State Univer- sity. The announcement was made today by TSU President Dr. Ralph W. Adams. A recent graduate of Florata High School, Anderson was president of his senior class, Student Council member and vice president of his sophomore class. He is the son of Mrs. Mild- red Anderson, Florala. SWARMING ? BONDED TERMITE CO. MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL SERVICE BONDED '& INSURED TERMITE CONTROL FREE INSPECTION ( all 493-4239 or 493-3731 CALL ,COU.ECT CUMMIHG AV. OPP, ALA. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF COVINGTON COUNTY, ALA- BAMA IN RE: The Adoption of Shannon Don Harper NoticeTo: Don Kennith Harper. It is hereby ORDERED, AD- JUDGED and DECREED by the Court that the Petition of Sam W. Tatum alleging the abandon- ment of Shannon DOn Harper by Don Keonith Harper and pray- ing for the adoption of Shannon Don Harper by Sam W. Tatum be and the same is hereby set for hearing before the Court on the g0th day of July, 1976 at 9 o'clock A.M. to deter- mine the issue of said aban- donment and the question of said adoption. Done and ordered this 21st day of June, 1976. /s/Letand Enzor, Judge of Probate 6-24-3tc General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on July 12, 1976, at 11 a.m. at McDaniel Motor Company, Florala, Alabama, the following: one 1974 Chev l/Z T CCZ- 144S111335 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The colla- teral ~ recently stored and ma, n at McDaniel Mo- t( ~otors Acceptance C, l~-IA ,o184 7-1-1tc COKES General Motors Acceptance 32 OUNCE Corporation will sell at public sale for cash on July 12, 1976, at 3 p.m. at M. L. Moore Mo- 5 for $1.00 for Compuny, andalusta, the following: one 71 Chev C&C DH930- 2P183244 B ass Grocery GMAC reserves the right to a_t Uid at such sale. The colla- teral involved ispresently sto- A dS St red a~l may be seen at M. L. n ervice ation .oo..o,o.. . General Motors Acceptance Corporation 301442957 7-1-1tc APARTMENTS FOR RENT: In Westlawn Heights. Interested parties apply at" the housing office on South Fifth Street. 7-1-1tc FOR THE YOUNGER TOTS- 1/3 off original price of Buster Brown clothing. Shop early for a wide selection and great sav- ings at Florala Thrift Store. 7-l-lie WILL DO any kind of yard work, painting, roofing, or any kind of repair work you need done. Call 8-5732. 7-1-1tp ON SALE NOW at the Florala Thrift Store a portion of men's leisure suits. Now 1/3 off original price. Discounts in almost every other department in store. 7-1-1tc FOR SALE: Patio covers, car- ports, beatports with many dif- ferent adaptations. Mobile home skirting in three styles. Screen enclosure. Steel Utility Buildings in several sizes. Just phone 858-7420. 7-1-1tp SEARCH the Scriptures daily! For in them you think you have eternal life. DO you really believe in our God? 7-l-lip HELLO FRIENDS & CITIZENS: When you take a long hard look at what affects your poc- ket book, health, beliefs, prin- ciples, etc. you see the double standard, double talk and un- resolved confusion among most of the authorities and news media, why, because of incom- petence or by design to mis- lead the people? They claim to be smart and have the ans- wers and or solutions. Well, most of them are highly intel- ligent and even artists at col- lusion, cover-up, etc. What comes from the experimental stations and research laborato- ries affects the whole world, and man is mighty busy inthese areas. The end results can and does help some yet is of- ten used to hurt, intimidate, confuse, bribe, blackmail, etc. many others. Who is your friend or foe over the long haul? I would like an open forum or debate on this and even the ramifications of man made weather, influence, E.S.P., etc., etc. Hope to continue these little articles. Dan McLeod P.O. Box 103 Lockhart, Alabama P.S. Does truth and confusion mix? 7-1-1tp FOR SALE: 12 X 60 mobile home. 2 years old. Equity and take up payments of $99.72 a month. Contact Joe or Judy Herrington. Phone 8-5741. 6-10-tic FOR RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, brick home. Central Heal-Air, car- peting, fireplace, two car gar- age, storage room, dish wash- er, garbage disposal, coming counter top stove, and piano included. Also garden space on 2 acre lot. Call 858-8476. Jerry Brooks. Rent - $200 a month. 7-1-1tp WILL BOARD YOUR DOG in my home. Only toys and minia- tures. Healthy not feeble. Two dollars a day. Poodle Shoppe, 2007 West 5th Avenue. Phone 858-1134. 6-24-4tp ATTENTION SHOPPERS: For extra specials, shop The Flo- rala Thrift Store for these tre- mendous bargains: swim suits - I/3 off; men's shorts - I/3 off; men's shirts - 10% off. 7-1-1tc FOR SALE: 3 bedroom brick house with one bath, living room, kitchen, and large den. 6 acres of land goes with the house. Just 8 miles out of Florala. E. V. Rathel. Phone 858-8662 after 2:30 p.m. 6-24-1tp SHOES, SHOES SHOES! One big table of famous name brand shoes. Values up to $18.95. Yours for only $5.00 a pair. Get these bargains at the FLO- RALA THRIFT STORE. 7-1-1tc WANTED: People topleasere- member the Cemetery Working at New Hope Baptist Church on Saturday, July 3. 7-1-1tp FOR SALE: 1966 Ford Van. New paint, new tires $750.00. Call 8-8506 after 5:00 p.m. 7-1-1tc FOR SALE: 1970 Datsun Pick- up. Radio, heater, tool box, new tires. $900.00. Call 8- 8506 after 5:00 p.m. 7-1-1tc FOR THE LADY of the house - One rack of dresses at an un- believable 1/3 off. Wide se- lections to pick from. Visit Florala Thrift Store for bar- gains in almost every depart- ment. 7-1-1tc YARD & CRAFT SALE - Sa- turday, July 3 in Paxton. First house south of Phillip's 66 on Highway 331. Sponsored by Paxton Clover 4-H Club at 10:00 a.m. 7-l-ltp FOR THE MAN on your shop- ping list --- 10% off all men's summer dress slacks. Must sell because new fall ship- ments are arriving daily. Fa- mous name brands such as Haggar, Wrangler and many other brands. Shop at your FLORALA THRIFT STORE. 7- l Itc TRAILER FOR SALE - 2 bed- room on lot 133 X 103 with ex- tra buildings. $8,000 furnished or $7,000 unfurnished. Located behind Evans Funeral Home. Phone Stacy Turbeville at 8- 1537. 7-1-4tc CUSTOM CATTLE WORK - - Young men with ability, know how and reference. Call Don- nie Gamble -- 858-6955 for in- formation. 6-24-4tp SPECIAL PRICED - beautiful selection of polyester prints and solids materials. Lengths perfect for dresses or pant suits. An unbelievable price of only $1.59 a yard at your friendly FLORALA THRIFT STORE. 7-1-1tc CATFISH FINGERLINGS--- Large sizes - delivery avail- able. 376-2866 'Triple M Catfish Farm.. TRIPLE "M" CATFISH FARM, Route 3, Georgiana, Alabama 36033. 4-15-tic FOR SALE: Used truck tires. 825x20; 900z20; 10000x20; and I000x22. For more informa- tion, contact WOOD TIRE SER- VICE, Opp, Alabama. Phone 493- 3800. 6- 24-tfc i i ? ? ,? % 24"JUMBO SIZE PORTABLE BBQ 1" STURDY BRASS FINISH FOLDING LEGS 40" x 76" Yellow Or White SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 3RD. NAPKINS NEW'./ NO BOLTS TO ASSEMBLE SIMPLY INSERT LEG INTO BRACKET Disposable Plastic Tablecloths 140 CT. PKG. Our Reg. Price 58c Pkg. Buy Now For Your 4TH Of July Picnics NO SCREW 3 POSITION DRIVER CHROME Gettt NEEDED N0.124 FOR GREAT BUYI UTLER 24 Ct. Pkg. Of Spoons Or Forks Our Reg. Price 38c TISSUE 200 CT. BOX LIMIT 3 BOXES PER CUSTOMER BOXES FOR @ Commemorative Plates Glass Bicentinniai Plates, For Table Decorations Or Hanging On The Wail. Several Styles And Colors To Choose From. Our Reg. ~ Price $1.47 WALL PLATE HANGER 44 e9 OZ. HOT CUPS - 24 CT. e7" PAPER PLATES - 30 CT. OUR REG. PRICE .57c PKG. PKGS. FOR BIG 27 QUART SIZE A PICNICKING MUSTi xx POND'S POND'S Talc 6.5 OZ. SIZE Dreamflower And Lemon Fresh Vaseline Intensive Care Baby Oil - 16 oz. Baby Shampoo - 16 Oz. Medicated Powder . 14 Oz. Our Reg Price $1.33 Ea. 77c FOR South Fifth Street, Florala YOUR CHOICE ~ew~ st, m~ wtm ARM & HAMMER DEODORANT The Natural Way To Long Lasting Freshness 4 Oz. Size Regular and Unscented Our Reg. 97c .o, -.., - IN Sun Lightener For Hair Regular and Super 4.7 Oz. Our Reg. Price $1.97 PRE- SUN For Sun Sensitive Skin 4 Oz. Lotion - OR - 3 OZ. Gel Our Reg. Price $2.77 Your Choice Preen