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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1976 PAGE9 Sybll Lucille James Edward Mildred R. Arthur Jennings Birdie Thelma James Nathanael Margaret E. Hiram C. Lenna Lou Erskine L. Laura Jean Jacobs T. Virginia C. Jack Lynn Gedon Mabel Elna Michaelyn Mallette Nicholas Eugene Patricia Ann Sue Tlsdale Tom James Dale Lynette Evelyn Faye Absentee Box W. Goolsby, Jr. Davis Goolsby C. Cannon B. Cannon Lee Jackson Funer Wallace Laura Elizabeth Wal- 88, a resident of Road, Pace, Flo- Friday evening, July her residence. She lived in Lock- She was a of the Lockhart Bap- are three daugh- rs. Klnnie Murl Thomp- Mrs. Ernestine Pensacola, Florida, erniece Murphy of Pace, one son, Evell N. Wal- Lake, Florida; 13 and 5 great services were con- it 2 p m. Sunday from Funeral Home Chapel Caraway officiating. Was in the PigeonCreek near Red Level, Ala- With Evans Funeral Cauley Millie Cauley, age 74, of 1810 West 6th in Florala, died at her afternoon, July She was a life long of this area and a of the Grace Baptist Vors are her husband, Cauley of Florala; Earnest Cauley of and Woodrow Cauley of Alabama; two sis- Minnie Cassidy of Florida and Mrs. of Florala; one Bud Cassidy of Ha- eight grand- services were held at 2 p.m. from the Home Chapel Reverend Roy C. Mad- Burial was in Creek Cemetery Funeral Home di- mutvotaut ~qm ~noN icials ugus Returning Officer ........... William Hubbart Byrd (A-D) Box I - Inspector ....... Marion Hurshel Causey Chief Clerk ......Jessie Willard Creech Assistant Clerk ..... Mildred J. Burress Assistant Clerk ...... Richard Dale Anderson (E-K) Box 2 Inspector ......... Venia P. Hutchinson Chief Clerk ............ Vassie Kimbril Assistant Clerk ..... Herman G. Grantham Assistant Clerk ........... Tom M. Gibson (L-P) Box 3 - Inspector ............. James G. Madden Chief Clerk ..........Fanna Lou Pelham Assistant Clerk ......... Joyce Perdue Assistant Clerk ............. Willie McNeil• (Q-Z) Box 4 - Inspector ........ Davis G. Williamson, Jr. Chief Clerk ............ Gussie W. Watson Assistant Clerk ............i VlilMm Assistant Clerk ...... Katherine R. Rodwell Notices Mr. Holloway Florala Police Department Report Mr. Leamon Holloway, age 54, a resident of 613 East 5th Avenue in Florala, died in a Pensacola hospital, Tuesday night, July 20, 1976. He was a veteran of World War II and was engaged in telephone main- tenance until becoming disable. Survivors are, wife, Mrs. Willie Bell Holloway of Flo- rala; two daughter, Mrs. Ane- lia Laird of Route One, Flo- rala, Mrs. Theresa Jones of Fort Walton Beach, Florida; mother, Mrs. Caroline Hollo- way of Route Three, DeFuniak Springs, Florida; five brothers, A. D. Holloway of Mount Dora, Florida, Willie Holloway of Winter Haven, Florida, Reuben Holloway of Columbus, Geor- gta, Dayton Holloway of Route Three, DoFuniak Springs, Flo- rida, James Holloway of Route One, Florala; one sister, Mrs. Gertrude Surrency of Winter Haven, Florida; five grand- children. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Thursday from Evans Funeral Home Chapel with Ray- mond Taylor officiating, Burial was in the Florala Greenwood Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home-directing. The Florala Police Depart- ment made the following ar- rests for the week of July 20 through July 27: Violation of Alabama con- trolled substance act - 3, pos- session of paraphenalia - 2, highway intoxication - 1, minor in possession - 2, contributing to the delinquency of minor - 1, driving while intoxicated - 5, possession of a firearm without a permit - 1, assault and battery - 2, driving while revoked - 2, bench warrant - 1, reckless driving - 1, no driving license - 1, vile and profane language - 1, making a total of 23 arrests. VBS Set For Baptist The First Baptist Church will have a Vacation Bible School August 9 through Au- gust 13. Parents night w~jJl be Fri- day night. Children ages 3 through 12 are invited to at- tend. I I I Farm News swers by Claude W. Pike & Robert E. Lander, Extension Farm Agents. What are the recommenda- tions for the control of cut- worms in peanuts? Check three foot sections of row in 5 or 6 locations in each peanut field. Look on the ground and down to 1 1/2 in- ches deep in the soil. If the average number of cutworms found is four (4) or more per foot of row, an insecticide ap- plication i~ probably justified. Azodrin spray at the rate of 1 pound per acre or Dylox bait, at 1 pound per acre, should kill the cutworms. What would cause my soy- bean leaves to show white between the veins while the veins remain green? This situation indicates zinc deficiency which could have been caused by liming the soil without adding zinc to the fer- tilizer. Soybeans are highly sensitiye to a shortage of zinc in the soil where they are grown. What could be causing the bottom leaves of my soybean plants to turn yellow and drop off the plant? This situation is caused by the plant not having a satisfa- ctory or sufficient amount of water. Soybeans which do not have enough water to grow well prior to blooming time will generally produce less beans due to a shorter stalk height and less area in which to pro- duce blooms and beans. What can I use to kill wasps, hornets and other pollsters? Destroy wasps by applying an insecticide to the next. Treat at night to reduce the danger of being stung. Spray with an insecticide that has a fast knock-down such as pyrethrum plus a synergist or dichlorvos (DDVP) directly at the nest. A residual spray containing 5 per cent chlordane or I percent lindane can be used but may not be very effective. I have a yellow jacket's nest In the ground near my garage. What can I do to kill these pests? Locate the nest entrance, , then after night blow some 5 percent chlordane dust in the entrance and cover the opening with a shovel or dirt to prevent the insects from escaping. This has to be done rather fast. what will control fleas in the yard? Spray or dust with one of the following insecticides: ma- lathion, diaxinon or sevin. Mix 2 ounces of 57 percent mala- thion, or 5 ounces of 25 per- cent diaxinon (Spectricide) or 2 ounces of 50 percent wettable sevin in 15 to 20 gallons of wa- ter and apply per 500 square feet of area. If dust is used apply 5 percent malathion dust at the rate of 2 pounds per 1,000 square feet of lawn or surface area. 7"/4 N- $o- a IM UL H|WM LH ROBERT REDFORD KATHARIHE ROSS,. "BUTCH.CASSIDY AHD THE SUHDAHCE KID" "EO OE" , kTl[ P. ,,, l Political Announcementsi FOR MAYOR, CITY OF FLORALA May I take this opportunity to announce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Florala. I have served the people of this community in an honest and fair manner the past four years and would appreciate the oppor- tunity to continue to serve in this capacity. We have many community de- velopment programs now un- derway which I would certainly like to see finished, and I hope to be influential in acquiring various other programs for this city. Thank you so much for your help the past four years and I hope you will see fit to vote for me in the municipal elections of August 10 and September 14. JOE R. EVANS (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Joe R. Evans, Florala, Alabama). with the other members of the city council and see Florala grow and develop. I need the support of all the voters. NEAL OATES (Pd. Pol. Adv. by NealOates, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #2 I respectfully submit my can- didacy for Florala City Council, Place #2, subject to the Muni- cipal Elections of August I0 and September 14. l have lived in Florala for 54 years. Your vote and sup- port will be appreciated. M. P. (PHIL) CARTER (Pd. Pol. Adv. by M. P. (Phil) Carter, Florala, Alabama). l r FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #3 I would like to announce my candidacy for Place Three on the Florala City Council. l will do the best job I can for the people of Florala if elected. I am a member of the Fire Department and Tri-CityRes- cue Squad and am a former city policeman. I would appreciate your vote and support. PETE DIRGA FOR MAYOR CITY OF FLORALA I would appreciate your con- sidering my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Florala. I am retired and can spend all my time attending to city bus- iness. Vote for Willie Harrison in the city elections of August I0 and September IL Thank You! WILLIE HARRISON (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Willie Har- rison, Florala, Alabama.) (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Pete Dirga, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #I I hereby announce my can- didacy for election to the Flo- rala City Council, ]#lace #1, subject to the municipal elec- tion of August 10 and Septem- ber 14. My experience will enable me to see that city govern- ment is operated on a sound and business like basis. I will cooperate with other elected of- ficials for a more progressive Florala. Your vote and support will sincerely be appreciated. DAVID GARNER (Pd. Pol: Adv. by David Ga~=- her, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #3 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for Florala City Council- man, Place #3, subject to the August 10 and September 14 municipal elections. All my interests are in the City of Florala and itsdevelop- merit and progress - my busi- hess, my home and farm. I will work always for the bet- terment of this city and its citizens. I will at all times be open for suggestions and help- ful criticism. I want to be an integral part of your city gov- ernment. Your vote and support in my behalf will be sincerely appre- ciated. HOMER JOHNSON (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Homer John- son, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #3 I wish to take this opportu- nity to announce my candidacy for city councilman, Place #3 in the Florala city election to be held on August 10, and SOp- tember 14, 1976. Having lived in Florala all my life, I feel I am well aware of the problems facing Florala for the next four years. I will appreciate the oppor- tunity to serve the people of Florala. Because I am interes- ted in Florala. FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #5 I respectfully submit my can- didacy for Place Five on the Florala City Council, subject to the municipal election of Au- gust 10 and September 14. Having worked with people all my life, I feel I can do a good job as councilman I promise to give the good peo~le hod'eat government. Your vote and support in my behalf will be sincerely appre- ciated. JACK F. INABINETT CONNIE (BUD) JACKSON (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jack F. Inn- (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Connie (Bud) binett) Jackson, Florala, Alabama). FOR MAYOR CITY OF FLORAL.A I, Mose Warren, hereby an- nounce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Florala, Ala- bama, subject to the munici- pal elections of August 10 and September 14. I solicit each and every vote of all the people and I promise to work for every citizen to the best of my ability. MOSE WARREN (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Muse War- ren, Florala, Alabama). FOR MAYOR CITY OF FLORALA I am pleased to announce my candidacy for mayor of the City of Florala, subject to the municipal races of August 10 and September 14. I would like to be mayor of Florala and bring brotherly love to the city government. Your vote and support willbe warmly appreciated. JAMES W. (JACK) JACKE FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL Place #3 (Pd. Pol. Adv. by James W. (Jack)Jacke, Florala, Ala- hama). May I take this opportunity to submit my candidacy for Florala City Council, Place #3, subject to the mnnicipal elec- tion of August 10 and Septem- ber 14. My goal is to up build Flo- rala, Alabama with beautifica- tion. Your vote and influence will be appreciated. WILBERT (PETE) GILBERT ~Pd. Pol. Adv. by Wilbert (Pete) albert, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #5 I, Neal Oates, would like to announce my candidacy for Place #5 on the Florala City Council, subject to the Munici- pal Election of August 10 and September 14. I would appreciate the vote and support of every citizen. 1 would like the chance to work FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #5 In qualifying for re-election to City Council, let me say I appreciate the opportunity that I have had to serve you. My goal was to fulfill the du- ties of this office with inte- grity, enthusiasm and fair treatment for all. My experience should war- rant my pledge that, if you favor me with re-election, I will continue policies that I have found workable and effec- tive in the past. 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 COUNCILMAN CITY COUNCIL PLACE #I l 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 Florala 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) FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL, PLACE #4 I respectfully submit my can- dacy for Florala City Council, Place #4, subject to the 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 Florala grow and prosper. Your vote and support .in my behalf will be sincerely appre- ciated. J. L. "JESS" WILLETTE (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jess Wil- lette, Florala, Alabama) FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #4 This is to announce my can- didacy for !place four on the City Council of Florala. I feel that during my years in the military and having wor- ked in the various phases of government work, I have gain- ed an invaluable knowledge of government procedure and bel- ieve that I could be a valuable asset in the procurement of government programs for the City. My sole purpose for running for this place on the City Coun- cil, is to serve the people of Florala. I have no personal axe to grind. If I am elected, I will serve as honestly and diligently as I am able- al- ways taking into consideration the best interests of the people of Florala. ,~ J.C. (BUDDY) STRICKLAND (Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. C. (Bud- dy) Strickland, Florala, Ala- bama). FOR MAYOR CITY OF FLORALA I would like to take this means of announcing my candidacy for Mayor of the City of Florala. My experience in municipal government and the time I have to devote to the duties of the Mayor's office will, I think, be an advantage to the City. I advocate a "Progressive Government" and a "Progres- sive City". If you as a group or as an individual would like to see our City grow and progress and would like to discuss your ideas with me, please call me. Your vote and influence is earnestly solicited in the muni- cipal elections of August 10 and September 14. Q. P. FLOURNOY (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Q. P. Flour- noy, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL PLACE #2 I would like to serve the City of Florala as Councilman in Place Two on the Florala City Council. I earnestly solicit your vote and support in the upcoming city elections of August 10 and September 14. I will work with whoever is elected to help make Florula better. I would especially like to work on improving the con- dition of our streets. . Thank you for your considera- tion. Your vote will be most appreciated. CARLOUS BUFFALOW (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Carious Buf- falow, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER OF LOCKHART CITY COUNCIL PLACE #5 I would like to ask for your support and vote in the race for Place 5 on the Lockhart City Council. I believe in the eagerness of the citizens of this community to work toge- ther to shape the destiny of Lockhart. I believe in you and in this town. I ask that you believe in me and will give your support to my candidacy. I have lived in Lockhart for 56 years. I ser- wed in World War II and have worked for 29 years as a ci- vil service employee. Thank you for your conside- rationt MILTON OWENS (Pd. Pol. Adv. by MiltonOwens, Locklmrt, Alabama). FOR MAYOR TOWN OF LOCKHART I hereby announce my candi- dacy for election of Mayor, Town of Lockhart, subject to municipal election of August 10. Experience gained the past four years as your councilman will enable me to better serve the people of Lockhart as Ma- yor. I ask for your vote and support in the upcoming elec- tion on Tuesday, August I0. I regret that I have not beenable to see every citizen to person- ally ask for your vote. Due to other obligations -- school and Alabama National Guard duties the past four weeks, this has been impossible. You can rest assured that I will strive to see as many citi- zens as possible during the next couple of weeks. However, if I fail in this effort, please accept this means as a solici- tation of your vote and support. I make only one promise, if you favor me with election as your mayor, and that is to serve the people' of Lockhart to the very best of my ability. EUGENE BIRGE (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Eugene Barge, Lockhart, Alabama) ONE RACK of ladies clothes and accessories going for less than cost at the Don Jean Style Shop! Prices from $2.00 - up. You won't believe the har- gains. Sale begins on Friday. 7-29-1tc STOCK UP NOW! Coca Colas, Sprite and Tabs -- 5 for 99¢. No limit on these quart bot- tles, plus deposit. Homegrown watermelons, nice size -- 49¢. Prices good July Z9 through August 5. Daniel Peterson's HAN-D-DAN'S, Florala, Ala- hama. 7- 29 - 1 tc DO YOU NEED ANY? roofing, remodeling, plumbing, painting or new additions? Call Buddy Holder or Billy Harrell. Day 8-4582, night 8-8723. 7-29-1tp LOST: wallet with drivers license. ID card and other valuables. Last time remem- bers having seen it was at a Florala T.V. shop. Anyone finding a wallet, green leather, please phone 8-1312, Lockhart, Alabama, or write: P.O. Box 67, Lockhart, Alabama. ALFRED WHITAKER. 7-29-1tp NOTICE: I am not responsible for any debts made other than my own. DANIEL (DANNY) WILLIAM LOWRY 7-8-4tpd I DO ALL TYPES OF roofing. All work guaranteed. Free es- timates, Tony Anderson. Phone 493-7237, Opp, Alahama. 7-15-3tp FOR SALE: 1974 Starcrafl Camper. Pop-up top; sleeps 6; gas range; air conditioner; 30 gallon water tank; ice box; awning with poles. Contact David E. Willis at 309 South 4th Street, or call 8-0812. 7-29-tic NOTICE: I will not be res- ponnible for any debts other than my own. VIRGINIA McLELLAN 7-Z2-4tp CARD OF THANKS it is in time of sorrow that the kindness of friends, neigh- hers and relatives is most deeply appreciated. Our sin- cere thanks for your beautiful floral offerings and other ex- pressions of sympathy. The Family Of Mr. Jessie M. Morrison 7-29-1tp CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sym- pathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful ser- vice, floral offerings, prayers and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. A special thank you to the Reverend Ray- mond Taylor, pastor of First Assembly of God Church. The Family Of Mrs. Sula Cole 7-29-1tp CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank each and every one for their pray- ers, love, thoughtfulness, visits, food, flowers and every act of kindness during our loved ones illness and death. God bless each one is our sincere prayers. The Hiram W. Bryan Family. 7-29-1tc CARD OF THANKS Please accept our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for : the many kindnesses shown during the illness and death of our loved one, Wiley King. A special thanks for the food, flowers, visits and prayers of_ fered during our time of sor- row. May God bless each of you is our prayer. The Wiley King Family ~' 7-29-1tc DON JEAN STYLE SHOP is having a half-price sale on all their summer merchandise. The sale begins on Friday. Don't miss out on these great i bargains!! ! 7-29-1tc FOR SALE: 6 room house with one bath, 2 gass heaters.. Will sell house and lot, or you can move it. Mail and school bus comes to door. Just off Florala-Samson road, near Ha- coda. If interested call 897- 6922 or 897-558g. 7-29-3tc FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet, fully equipped with racing equipment. $500.Phone 8- 1980. 7-29-1tc iI ~iI FOR SALE: used wooden brass ties. Phone 858-8541 before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. W. T. JACKSON, Florala, AI- hama. 7-29-1tc i : ! i ii : FOR SALE: 10 used mobile : home tie-downs. Contact Dale ' Smith, corner of Grant and Adams Street in Paxion. 7-29-4tp I WILL DO any kind of yard work, roofing, painting, mov- ing and land clearing. Phone ' Dong Watson at 8-5732. 7-29-1tp FOR SALE: 1 air compres- sor and paint outfit. Like new. Call 8-5632. : 7-22-2tp • !i FOR SALE: Two lots in Pax- ton, Florida. Pridgen Sub- Division. Each lot I05'x210'.~ Call Charlie Sasser at 8-5632. 7-"-=pl , CATFISH FINGERLINGS .... : Large sizes - delivery avail- able. Phone 376-2866. Triple M Catfish Farm. TRIPLE"M'' CATFISH FARM, Route 3, Georgiaua, Alabama 36033. 7-22-tfc FOR SALE: TWO lots on East Third Avenue. Call 8-5632. 7-22-2tp I FOR SALE: Used truck tires. 825x20; 900xZ0; 10000xZ0; and I000x22. For more iaforma-. tion, contact WOOD TIRE SER- VICE, Opp, Alahama~ Phone 493-3800. 6-24-tfc