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"SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ISE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1976 PAGE 7 Political Announcements EMBER OF FOR MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL #5 PLACE #5 for re-election Council, let me say I the opportunity that serve you. foal was to fulfill the du- this office with inte- enthusiasm and fair for all. experience should war- my pledge that, if you me with re-election, I continue policies that I found workable and effec- the past. vote and influence will My race is to primaries of August September 14, 1976. SYBIL MICKLER I, meal Oates, would fake Jo announce my candidacy for Place #5 on the Florala City Council, subject to the Munici- pal Election of August 10 and September ~}. I would appreciate the vote and support of every citizen. I would like the chance to work with the other members of the City council and see Florala grow and develop. I need the support of all the voters. REAL OATES (Pd. Pol. Adv. by NealOates, Florala, Alabama). Pol. Adv. by Sybil Mack- Alabama). EMBER OF #3 to take this opportu- announce my candidacy councilman, Place #3 ~lorala city election to on August 10, and Sep- 14, 1976. lived in Florala all my !eel I am well aware of facing Florala for four years. appreciate the oppor- serve the people of Because I am interes- 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 I0 and September 14. I will work with whoever is elected to help make Florala 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 JACK F. INABINETT Adv. by Jack F. Ina- (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Carious Baf- falow, Florala, Alabama). OF ART CITY COUNCIL #5 like to ask for your and vote in the race 5 on the Lockhart 1 believe in the of the citizens of to work tnge- shape the destiny of I believe in you and town. that you believe in me give your support to r. I have lived in for 56 years. I ser- World war II and have for 29 years as a ca- employee. you for your conside- MILTON OWENS Adv. by Milton Owens, 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 its develop- merit and progress - my busi- ness, 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. POt. Adv. by Homer John- son, Florala, Alabama). Fk;o #q.lO.21 Paxton Uh Legend of at Ti~UE c; Fire Report During the month of July, the Putun Fire Department responded to three fires, which consisted of one frame house on the Okalonsa-Walton county line, one automobile on 331 south and a trash fire, which got out of hand on Cannon Drive. A total of five man hours ex- pended at fires, with 36 miles driven on the truck and 3 hours running time on the equipment. A Big Thank You From Neal Oates Candidate For Place 5 Florala City Cou'nci! III Attending the Magic Show and receiving certificates for the summer reading program at Flo- rala Memorial Library on Thursday, August 12, were (from left) Keith Martin, Flora Zorn, Jan Zorn, Phillip Mitchell, Jeenie Wllliamson and Jeff Zorn. Tlds 8rouP of pretty chiMren received their certificates for the summer reading program and enjoyed s Magic Show by Pete Corbin, on Thursday, August 12, were (on back row, from left) Rhonda Mosley, Patricia Corbin, Jennifer Beasley, (seated) Joel Beasley, Eric Beasley, Dafni Greene, Prissie Harrison, Susan Williamson, Carol Williamson, Joanna Carter, and Melanie Worley. Miss Juliette Hughes presents Carol Wllllamson, left, and Prissie Harrison with certificates for the summer reading program. Carol and Prissie were among the youngest of the approximately 25 children who gathered at the library every Thursday afternoon for entertainment and learning. Each child read or had read to them many books. Library Completes Summer Program Young Magician Pete Corbin amazed the children at the Florala Memo- rial Library on Thursday with his magic show. According to the children and adults present, Peter is really quite a magi- clan. He is 13-years-old. the people of Florala, I would like to take this opportunity to ray tbaaks to ~ch ~MI of you for the way that you accepted me at your door prior to the primary elec- and thanks to each of you who supported me on August I0. I realize that I did not one within the city limits of Florala. I am hoping between now and the 14th of to have the privilege of meeting each of you personally. ~Ould like to serve as your councilman for place 5. I will need and appreciate your on September 14th. I promise to work together with my fellow councilmen to make Florala a city to live in. I also promise to make the best councilman Florala has ever had. these promises, let us join together, stay together and work together for the good people of Florala. Pd. Pol. Adv. by Neni Oates Florala Hardware 858-3821 FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths, Ideal Home. Located In One Of The Nicest Neighborhoods In Florala. 59 Acres Farm Land, Located 3 Miles West Of Fiorala | Johnson Real Estate Agency Phone 858-3271 Or 858-3773 LATE WANT ADS APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED in the Housing Authority Office on South Fifth Street for maintenance mechanic.No phone calls, please. 8-19-1tc KNAPP SHOES FOR CUSHION COMFORT. Phone John R. Maddox, Knapp Shoe Counse- lor, 102 Choctaw Street, Anda- lusia. 222-5649. 8-19-tic SPECIAL Co, ca Colas, Sprite, and Tabs -- 5 for 99. Han- D-Dan's. 7 miles out on An- dalusia highway. Sale good two weeks - August 8 through September 2. 8-19-2tc RESOLUTION WHEREAS the Florala Hous- ing Authority has gone on re- cord proclaiming its faith and good intention of participating in the Section 8 housing pro- gram with the help of the De- partment of Housing and Ur- ban Development; and WHEREAS the City Council shares the Housing Authority's concern for the welfare of the people of Florala; and WHEREAS the City Council further believes it should sup- ,port SUCh efforts by municipal hoards; therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Florals supports the Housing Authority's goals and will do all that is possible to aid in the meeting of those goals. ATTEST: Joe R. Evans Sybil R. Mickler Venia P. Hutchinson Victor Anderson Wilson Jones Date: July 26, 1976 8-19-1tc LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT Estate of Exle Jones George, Deceased. Letters Testamentary of sai ~ deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 9th day of A~gust,-M96, by the Hun. 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 al- lowed by law or the same will be barred. By Kermit George, As Executor of the Estate of Exie Jones George. 8-19-3tc LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on August 30, 1976, at 1 p.m., at McDaniel Motor Co., Florala, Ala., the following: 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo IH57H3B60856 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The colla- teral involved is presently sto- red and may be seen at Mc- Daniel Motor Co., Florata, AI. General Motors Acceptance Corporation 126 1341 63887 8-19-1tc LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF RUN-OFF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, September 14, 1976, a run-off election will be held for the purpose of elec- tins councilmembers for place 9-, 3, and 5 for the City of Flu- rata, Florala, Alabama. The City Council places to be filled with be Places 2, 3, and 5. This municipal election will be held in accordance with all ap- plicable laws and ordinances. All registered and qualified electors of the State of Ala- bama who reside within the corporate limits of Florala, Alabama, and have resided therein for thirty days or more immediately preceding the date of such election will be autho- rized to participate in said election and vote. The polls will be open not later than 8:00 a.m. on said date and remain open without recess or adjournment until 6:00 p.m. and no longer. Vot- Ing will be upon voting mac- hines. Qualified voters "will vote alphabetically in the old Armory Building on South Fifth Street, Flornia, Alabama. Signs will be in evidence to guide each voter to the proper vot- ing machine. Persons interested in regis- tering to vote or qualifying to vote absentee may obtain in- formation relative to the same from the City Clerk, Old Ar- mory Building, South Fifth Street, Florida, Alabama. Voting machines will be on display at the old Armory Building, South 5th Street, Flo- rala, prior to the election to- gether with instructions as to the use of said machines. Per- sons interested in learning to vote on said machines may visit said location prior to election day and view said machines and receive instructions relative to the use of the same. Respectfully submitted, /s/Joe R. Evans, Mayor City of Florala ATT EST: /s/Martha J. Byrd City Clerk 8-19-1tc LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on August 31, 19"/6, at Andalusia, Ala., RSd- cliff Chevrolet Co., Inc., at 1 p.m. the following: 1973 Chev Vega IV77B3U- 124586 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The colla- teral involved is presently sto- red and may be seen at RSd- cliff Chew., Andalusia, AI. General Motors Acceptance Corp. 126 1812 83450 8-19-1tc HELLO FRIENDS & CITIZENS: What goes on in mens mind has and will affect your well- being at all levels. The sop- histicated scientific knowledge explosion and its unlimited po- tential puts all life, animal and plant at the mercy and or under the control and or in- fluence of scrupulous= or un- scrupulous men. This makes the perfect crime common place. Can it be proved? It certainly can. Conperativeand ! FOR SALE: Kenmore sewing machine with slg rag stltchinC. Cabinet included. All attach- merits included. A-I condition. $I00. Call 858-6054. 8-19-1tp FOR SALE: used Frigidaire washing machine. Real good condition. Used 66" double sink with double drains. Con- tact H. C. Johnson at 858- 3Y-71 or 858-377J. 8-19-1tc CARPENTER WORK: interior painting, new kitchen cabi- nets, new formica tops and re- pairs. For additional infor- matiun, phone 834-2792. 8-19-4tp FOR SALE: 1971 Ford Ga- luie 500. For more infor- mation call Katherine Fuig- ham, at 834-P278. 8-19-1tc FOR SALE: Argentine Bahia grass seeds. Phone 858-6004. 8-12-2tp FOR SALE: used wooden crosstins. Phone 858-3836 be- fore 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. W. T. JACKSON, Flo- rnia, Alabama. 8-5-tfc FOR SALE: 2 speed , ~ cycle Whirlpool washing machine. Used less than 1 year. $Z50. 406 5th Street East. 8-15-3tp CATFISH FINGERLINGS .... Large ~ sixes - delivery avadl- able. !Phone 376-?J!66. Triple M Catfish Farm. TRIPLE"M" CATFISH FARM, Route 3, Goergiana, Alabama 36033. 7-Z3-ifc NOTICE - I will not be res- ponsible for anyenes debts other than those made by my- self. VONCILE HENDERSON. s-5-4tp FOR SALE: 10 used mobile borne tie-dovus. Cgnlact Me Smith, rumor of Grant and Adams 8tre~ in Paxt~, 7-n-4tp or intimidated authorities and witnesses have and continue to mis-carry justice. This is common knowledge. However, today scientific knowledge and or technology with and some- times without collusion among men in sophisticated scientific detection crime lahotories can make it happen; misery and the taking of life and the Sen- eral public will be none the wiser. Men can pretend propriety, decorum, universal compas- sion, etc. while practicing the opposite. Proof?. It's a mat- ter of historical record 81- ready. Universal compassion is hard to find for it involves very trying circumstances and offers little reward. Hope to continue this. Dan McLnod P.O. Box 103, Lockhart, Alabama P.S. The Bible says "Let Us Reason Together". Today man or most men do not want to reason or discuss these i~ttle articles with me in a large ga- thering. Why7 Exact words and their arrangement con- tribute toward knowledge and understanding in all fields. The various authorities surely know this. SO why do they keep the water muddy even in the Spi- ritual or Church fields? Va- rious interpretations in any category bewilder, confuse and even divides many people. What gives? 8-19-1tp CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to nil who extended com~orting sym- pathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, prayers and other klndnesses we are deeply grateful. A special thanks to thn Rev- ereud H. C. Rutledge and Mar- vic C. Taylor and Joe Evans. The Family Of Henry Clayton Peters Loll Mae Peters, wife, and Mrs. Dorothy Walt- her, daughter. 8-19-1tp TRIM OFF EXCESS POUNDS AND INCHES - without star- vation diets, without hunger pains, without exercises. This program is a condensed formu- lar of food - no drugs. A complete source of nutrition, and completely safe. Contact Alberta Gamble 858-3799.. 8-19-2tc HOUSE FOR RENT: Phone 858-6115 for more Informa- tion. 8-19-ffc FOR SALE: 5 year old grade Al~oosa Mare. Bred to Ala- bama's 1974 Slalllen of the year, Major War Bond -This mare will ride - Call 858- 3846. 8-19-Zip Control hunger and 10se weight with New Shape Diet Plan. AT MOODY DRUGS. 8-19-3tp I AM A LICENSED MOTHER to keep babies for mothers who work. Call 858-6888. 8-1z-Ztp FOR SALE: 4 1/2 acres with house. Contact Bill Heuson. Phone 858-3621. 8-1~--tfc : FARM LAND: 66 acres just off Highway 85. 1 mile south of Florala in Walton County. Good terms available. Happy to live price and terms by tele- phone. Cnil 334-6676 or write Hardin Reality, 13318 West Highway H, Panama City Beach, Florida. 8-5-4tc FOR SALE: 1971 Titan 1h65, 3 bedroom, 2 ha~, real spa- cious. Great buy -- $2995. For additional informatiun phone 222-1768 in Andalusia. 8-12-tfc MOBILE HOME MOVING Legal, beudud, insured. Com- plete moving and set up ser- vice. For additional informa- tion, call day or night, 222- 1768. 8-12-ifC I i r- l FOR SALE~ Used track tires. 825L~0; 900d0; 10000xZ0; and 1000LIS. For more iMorms- tion, centact WOOD TIRE SER- VICE, Opp, Alabama. PSo 493-3800. 6-S4-t c L- i i ill