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-TOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. S - THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1974 .... ~ ~millm~~~HIll~H~~~11! i i DEATHS I •lri1~H~~H~~~HH~H~H~H~M PAGE 7 Mr. Bud Riley, Rusty and Joel McLaney and Mr. C. E. (Charlie) SummerHn, this whopping 18 pound channel catfish in Tuesday, 1 hour after the.big four found the fish on a trot line. this newspaper that it was doubtful they would catch many more this size be- cricket to put on the line as bait just took too much of their fishing time. City Council News City Coun- ses- site and water sys- cilmen He- ; vet- COuncil meet- f~tage upon om Fer- that he would agree to sell a parcel of land located on High- way 85 near Almarante Ceme- tery for $400 with the stipu- lation that he retain the min- eral and timber rights and that the city install two"stub-offs" for water service on adjacent property. Campbell also agreed to clear the property for $150 at city request. The motion, made by Howell and seconded by Johnson, spe- cified purchase of the property \ != •\ council VOTE FOR AND ELECT L BOARD MEMBER ',. DISTRICT # 5 WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA i* FEW MONTHS I HAVE TALKED all over Walton County in all walks the people here are very concerned! with the amount of taxes we are are more concerned about what we our money. Parents and students are lack of school facilities and equip- are concerned about the lack of dici- of college preparation courses children. The teachers are con- lack of materials available to them classroom conditions, along with the receiving. ELIEF OF THESE PEOPLE that in Some of these situations we need a board. Therefore, I have been by these people to enter the They feel, as I do, that an active, on the school board would be a rtalnly, a Mother will have the wel- at heart. HAVE EXPRESSED A DESIRE to an active school board, one which as well as coopera- I will be c~pable of considering objectively any decision concern- of our children. A~er all, the Our children is. the business of the :ELING that in order to have a school to its full capacity then must the school board and school strive to help make this a reality. [ESE THOUGHTS IN MIND and great that I announce my candidacy for District 5 and solicit the of everyone in Walton County who quality of the education of our mind when you go to the polls- will never sell the children short. Martin,. DeFuniok Springs, FI.) by made after proper surveying and staking, also contained expanding the water system with four inch main from the end of the presently installed six inch main on highway 85 near the former Barlow store to Almarante Cemetery. Ac- cording to the discussion, there are three potential customers in that immediate area. Several citizens were pre- sent at the meeting, and indis- cussing the purchase of pro- perty, Clayton Peters told council he would be willing to donate an adjacent size parcel, but council said the location would not be feasible, and de- clined to accept the offer. Also Joe Kendrick suggested ad- vertisement for property with- in the city. Davis said, considering the cities financies, he thought the feasible steps to be taken on the project would be to pur- chase the well site, and as funds become available, drill the well and then expand the system. WOOTEN Covington County with Pittman FuneralHome, Geneva, in William Alexander Woolen, charge. 89, of Pleasant Grove, died Survivors include six sons, Wednesday, July 10 in a Pen- Jimmy Wise, Samson, Paschal sacola hospital. Wise, Florala, Octo Wise, He was a native of Walton Crestview, Selma Wise, Lock- County, a retired postal era- hart, Reco Wise, Bonifay and ployee and a member of the Leamon Wise, Andalusia; three LETTERS TO THE EDITOR from concerned citizens on matters Church of Christ in DeFuniak daughters, Mrs. Thelma pertaining to Florala and Covington County, and other topics. Springs. Strickland, Samson, Mrs. Irene The opinions expressed hereunder are not necessarily those of .. Survivors include: hiswidow, Russell, Paxton and Mrs. The Florala News, but those of the person answering to Letter,. Mrs. Cera Wooten; one daugh- Louise Cassady, Lockhart; a To Editor". /,4' IA ~ 4r ter, Mrs. Lela Mae Clayton; brother, Lummie Wise, Sam- f f. two sons, Harold Woolen and son, Rt. 11 46 grandchildren; Melvin Wooten; one sister, Miss 69 great grandchildren and Christian Woolen; one brother, eight great-great grandchild- ~ John M. Wooten; four grand- children and one great-grand- child, all of DeFuniak Springs. Funeral services were at 10 a.m. Saturday in Commander Funeral Home Chapel with Minister Bernard Murphy and Minister Don Parker officia- ting. Burial was in Gum Creek Cemetery with Commander Funeral Home directing. Mr. Woolen was a former employee of the Florala Post Office. WISE Daniel J. Wise, 93, of Sam- son, died last Tuesday night at the family residence after a long illness. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. last Thursday in the New Mt. Zion Primitive Bap- tist Church with Elder Ralph Harris officiating. Burial was in the Chavel Hill Cemetery in ten. CARTER ;e Is Not A Home! Lawrence Finley Carter, 58, of 340 Summerset Lane and of Montgomery for 27 years,died at 5:30 p.m. Monday in a Flo- rala hospital after a brief ill- ness. Funeral services were held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday from Whiter Chapel with Rev. James Jones officiating. Burial was in the Memorial Ceme- tery with White Chapel direct- ing. Survivors incinde one daugh- ter, Mrs. Elaine Welch, Flo- rala; one son, L. Glenward Carter, Montgomery; one sis- ter, Mrs. Doris Minor, Phenix, Arizona; three brothers, Roy Carter, Carl Carter, Howard Carter, all of Thomasvtlle, Ge= orgia; two grandchildren, Al- lison Carter, Lisa Carter, both of Montgomery. A house is not a home, this is a belief shared by most people in this country today. Neither does a building make a Hospital, this is a fact known by many citizens in Florala, Alabama. This letter is not intended to criticize any particular person, organization, institution, or group of people, how- ever if the shoe fits put it on and wear ~t. On Sunday, the 14th dayofJuly, 1974, my son Jeff received a serious injury to one of his fingers. He was at home at the time of the injury, a call was made to the Florala Memorial Hospital and the injury described. We were told by the Hospital that they had a Doctor on call and to bring Jeff to the Emergency Room. Upon arrival at the Emergency Room, my son was seen by two of the Hospitals employees who were very courteous and in my opinion did what they could. They were in the process of putting a bandaide and a piece of gauze on his finger. I asked had he been seen by a Doctor. I was told they had talked to the Doctor and his instructions were to bandage the finger and have him come in on Monday during office hours. At this point I had become very perturbed to say the least and for the remark I made to the employees - I apologize. We then took my son to the Hospital in Opp, Alabama. Upon arrival there, he was immediately taken into the Emergency Room where a Doctor was on duty. The Doctor found the bone in the finger broken, and the nail torn loose, the finger was x-rayed and sewn up, however the Doctor stated he might have to remove part of the finger, this due to the length of time since the injury had occurred. Ironically the Doctor that treated my son in Opp was not a local Doctor but one from a Military Base. Question? Why was he on duty in Opp and not in Florala? Question? Why was I told that a Doctor was on call at the Florala Hospital and upon my arrival I was told to come back Monday? This is the time that might cost my son his finger. partment eets Another experience, on approximately the 7th day of July, 1973 my father was experiencing an apparent heart attack. The day was a Sunday. I call the Florala Hospital and explained his condition. I was told by the nurse on duty that I would have to locate a Doctor before he could be admitted to the Emergency Room. I attempted to locate a Doctor for 30 minutes. Finally in des- peration I called the Rescue Squad and he was taken to the Hospital in Opp, Alabama where he passed away four days later. Question? Would he have survived had he received immediate medical attention? The Laurel Hill Volunteer Fire Department, meeting in regular session Thursday night, voted approval of an of- fer for Fire Service Training Classes from the State Fire College of Ocala. Warren C. Wolfe, Adminis- trative Assistant, told the Vol- unteer unit in a letter, that the fire college offered train- ing to all members of the fire service, whether paid or volun- teer. The classes are offered both at the fire college and in local departments. As to spe- cific classes, Wolfe said in his letter - "I regret that our catalog for the upcoming year is not available at this time as we are undergoing a change in administration. I will place your name on our mail- ing list to receive a copy of the catalog when it is printed. It will describe the courses ,~we offer, and if you would like to request a specific course for your department, we would be glad to schedule it at the ear- liest date an instructor in your area is available." The letter was in response to an inquiry of Fire State Ser- vice Training available by unit president, James Smith. The volunteer unit, has in the past year, in an effort to up- grade its efficiency, accepted an invitation from the Florala, (Ala.) Fire Department to at- tend ~lasses conducted by an instructor from the University of Alabama and also sponsored a class for the local unit by the same instructor. Also, during the past year, the unit had taken advantage of forest fire fighting techniques offered by the Florida Forest Service, and voted to continue with training in first aid. Smith named assistant Chief R. J. Brown to contact the appro- After my father's death in July 1973, I at a City Council meeting asked the City governing body to look into the possible ways to obtain a full time Doctor for Florala. A Medical Board was created and members appointed. Tothis date as for as I can determine, they have held one meeting, this meeting called by the Mayor. Without a doubt this then was not a solution to the problem. I call upon the governing body of the City of Florala, the Medical Board, the owner, Trustee, or Administrator of the Florala Hospital, any group,• organization or you Mr. and Mrs. private citizen to give this matter your immediate and full time attention until a solution can be found. I call on any citizen having had similar experiences in Florala to write their newspaper, call me, contact your City Councilman and woman and bring this problem to a complete and satisfactory conclusion. Victor Anderson, Councilman Florala, Alabama priate training department as to the availability of the course and also tO invitea represen- tire to meet with the unit at the August 8 regular meeting• In other action, the unit voted to reorder a portable oxygen unit and an additional tank, if possible. The unit felt that with an extra tank there would be no delay in possible needed service, while recharging the used one. A $50 donation was re- ceived a few months back af- ter answering an out-of-town call. The unit immediately voted to use the fund toward the purchase of the portable unit. Respect your body. Eat sensibly, exercise and don't smoke. You'll feel better and reduce your risk of heart dis- ease. Ask your Heart Associ- ation for more information. And give Heart Fund. I AM IN MY FLORALA OFFICE EVERY TUESDAY FROM 8:00 TO 5:00 DR. WALTER J. DENNEY OJ I'OMETRIST NO APPOINTMENT N ECESSARY 858"336S ;' Calling A 11 Homemakers By Susan Sullivan The next time you're consider- ing new chairs for your home, you might think about "chairs in pairs" There are many advantages to buying twin chairs. A main ad- vantage is that chairs in pairs help to unify a room, leaving you free to assemble other dis- tinctive pieces you want for con- trast and individuality with the two chairs bringing desired unity. Chairs in pairs help give you two chairs bringing desired unity. Chairs in pairs help give you harmony if other things are moved. This can really give you the best of both decorating worlds. Another advantage of chairs in pairs is that they help you simplify furniture arrangements in a room. By their nature they can suggest a beautiful setting. It's wise decorating to seek out twin chairs. They can be more practical for you, and add new dimen- sions of splendor to your home. And chairs in pairs do not necessarily have to be exactly identical. Manufactures make chairs that go together but are still somewhat different and stand on their own, so to speak. Either way, whether the two chairs are identical, or are just related twins, be sure to look for chairs in pairs when you go furni- ture shopping. ARCHIE McNEILL, Florala's answer to Dennis the Menace, poses with a gigantic Jumbo Squash, weighing 26 pounds. Archie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold McNeil/- a perfect second for the comic character. The squash was brought in by Mrs. Douglas Worley of Route 2, DeFuniak Springs, Florida. This beautiful specimen, orange in color, very much like the pumpkin, grows on vines about waist high. Mrs.Worley says they are good fried, stewed, or can be used in making pies. NOTE: The News photographer goo~ed when making the picture of Mrs. Worley and the squash. We borrowed Archie as a stand- in. He poses so nicely; we might employ him regularly. Brownies, by far arc America's favorite bar cookie. You can make them from a mix, with a ready-prepared refrigera- tor dough or make them almost as easily from scratch. You can vary them, too, as we do here with the addition of peanut butter. CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER BROWNIES ~,~ cup sifted flour 2 squares (2-ounces) ~,~ teaspoon baking powder unsweetened chocolate ¼ teaspoon salt 1 egg ;4 cup margarine 1 cup packed brown sugar ;4 cup Skippy peanut butter 1 teaspoon vanilla ]/z cup chopped peanuts Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Melt margarine in a saucepan over low heat. Blend in peanut butter and chocolate Beat egg, gradually add sugar, beating Until well blended. Stir in peanut butter mixture and vanilla. Mix in sifted dry ingredients, then nuts. Turn into greased 8 x 8 x 2- inch baking pan. Bake in 350"F. (moderate) oven 30 minutes or until brownies test done. Makes 16 (2-inch) squares. Note: If salted peanuts are used, omit salt. CALL KAY CANNON for your Mary Kay Cosmetics. Phone 8-5614. 7-18-1tpd FOR SALE: Konica camera with 200 MM lens, 35 MM single reflex. JIMMY RAY BOLES. Phone 8-8251. Can be seen at Moody Drug Store. $300.00. 7-18-1tpd BEAUTY CARE PROGRAM - Mary Kay CosmeUcs. Com- plimentary facial, Call 8-5614 for an appointment. 7-18-1tc FOR SALE: G. E. Refriger- ator. Phon~ Mrs. C. C. Pa- rish, Loclahart. Phone 8-4234. 7-18-1tpd WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my home. From 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Phone 8-8307. 7ql-2tpd FOR SALE - I Tr/-Spori - $250.00 and I All-State Scoot- er $125.00. 'Call 854-5766. 7.zs-xtpd CAREER WOMEN - Give me your housework, mopping, ironing or babysitting. Call 8-4707. 7-11-3tpd I WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home. Age 2 years or older. 102 West 3rd Avenue, Mrs. Pearl Worley. 7-18-1tpd DRAPUl~S AND BED SPREADS, direct home factory. We make to measure for those odd size windows. DRAPERY OUTLETS EVERGREEN AND ENTERPRISE. 6-13-fie JACK DORSEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Painting . Roofing Carpentry. Block Work New Work Or Remodeling NO JOB TOO SMALL ESTIMATES GIVEN PHONE 4-3351 HOUSE FOR RENT - Com- pletely furnished, air con- ditioned, fenced yard, washer and dryer. Phone 8-4048.. 7-18-1tpd FOR SALE: I0x55 2 bedroom, bath and 1/2 trailer. Phone 4-3282 for more informatmn. %ll-3tpd FOR SALE BY OWNER-- three bedroom concrete block home approximately four years old. Located on one acre of land three miles South of Florala. Priced under ap- praisal of $15,000. Reason for selling - Buying larger home. May be seen by ap- pointments after 5:00 p.m., any day but Sundays. Appointment to see property may be made by calling Oscar D. Woolen, Jr., at The Bank of Florala. 6-ZT-tfc Lose weight with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water Pills at MOODY DRUG. 6-20-6tpd CASHIER CLERK NEEDED: Apply at Casey's Quik Pik. 7-4-tfc FREE facial. Call for an ap- pointment. Kay Cannon 8-5614. 7-18-1tc FOR SALE: Freezer peas and some butterbeans. Contact IL C. Russell or phone 4-5249. 7- 8- pd OWN A PIECE OF FLORIDA - 40 acres prime farm land. Lakewood area. Cleared, func- ed, cross-fenced. Small lake. Several choice bldg. sites. 1/~ mineral rights. Owser will finance at 8%. Exclusive with Douglass Realty Hwy.~ 331, S. DeFuniak Springs, Florida. 892-5534 or 89Z-2237 evenings. SPECIAI~ (4 DAY) BANNER PRICES: (7) Lamps - $5.95; (4) 8- Track Players - ~9.95; (9) Sew Cabinets - 149.95; (6) New Singer Sews - ~9.95; (5) Name Brand Vacs - ~59.95; (3) Stereo Components - $99.95; (2) Stereo Consoles- $109.95; (8) New B.R. Suites - $119.95; (6) New L.R. Suites '. $99.95; (7) Mattress & Box Springs - !59.95; (2) Basset~ Recliners- $79.95. Cash or EZ terms at: UNITED FREIGHT SALES, 1511 S. Dates St., Dothan, Ala- bama. Open daffy 9 ill 6. 5-16-fie