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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE ~I~.~CI~ TC~ICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, SEi - Miss A . MISS ALABAMA Enforcement and entertain- ment will highlight the Alabama Safety Council's Annual Mem- bershlp Meeting when over 300 of Alabama's business and com- munity leaders gather in Bir- mingham's Parliament House on October I to evaluate pro- gress and plan new programs. The 12:00 noon luncheon will feature the dynamic William J. (Bin) Baxley, Attorney General Nominee, and 1970 Miss Ala- bama, the beautiful and talented Miss Suzanne Dennie. The Council's Directors will meet in the morning session beginning at 10:00 a.m. and the Advisory Committee has a meeting scheduled for 2:30p.m. Council President Frank P. Samford, Jr. will preside at the morning and noon meetings and will present the Council's new Officers and Directors at the luncheon. STUDENTS SHOULD KEEP SOCIAL SECURITY INFORMED . . BAXLEY ROTARY SEPT. 2, 1970 Rotarian George McBryan brought to the club Wednesday, STUDENTS receiving social security checks should tell their social security office if they change schools this fall. Vernon A. Kilpatrick, Mana- ger of the Andalusia Social Security Office said attendance at most schools would qualify September 2, as guest speaker, you for student benefits. How- Mr. Martin M. Bred, Dancey ever, some schools do not meet L. P. Gas Corp., Tampa, Fla., the requirements of educational who gave a most interesting institutions. To be on the safe side, let the social security of- talk on air pollution caused by fice knowwhen you change automobiles. Brett indicated that motors schools. fueled with L. P. gas give off Many students will be work- much less pollution than do gas- oline-powered motors. Healso had on display the equip- men necessary to convert gas- oline motors to L. P. gas. PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. David York and daughter, Phyllis of Hous- ton, Texas were week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. York and Mary Jane. ing during the school year, and Kilpatrick said that earnings of $1680 or less in the year would not affect your check. Even if you earn over $1680, you can still get checks for any month you don't earn over $140. Get in touch with the social security office at 408 South 3-Notch Street Andalusia, for more in- formation about social security student benefits. FLORAL& ALA DISCOUNT HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SALE STARTS SEPT. 10- ENDS SEPT. 12, 1970 ULTRA-BRIT E 5-OZ. REG. 39 JOHNSON'S REG. 85 10-OZ. FOR 36'S REG. 83 FOR MUM CREAM REG. 79 DEATH CLAIMS JONAH JACKSON SEPT EMBER 5 Mr. Jonah Jackson, age 59, a former resident of Florala, passed away in Plant City, Flor- ida, September 5, 1970, following a lingering illness. He had been a resident of Plant City for the past 4 years and a former resident of Florala for 19 years. He was a veteran of World War IL Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Leola Jackson of Plant City; 2 sons, Edison and Delmer Jackson both of Plant City, Florida; 5 daughters, Mrs. Patsy Bryan and Mrs. Sharon Crawford both of Plant City, Mrs. Linda Crawford of Laurel Hill, Mrs. Shelia Gilley of Tur- key Creek, Florida, and Mrs. Ima June Huckabaa of An- dalusia; 5 brothers, General Jackson and Boss Jackson of Florala, Daniel Jackson and Junior Jackson of Crest'view, and Dumas Jackson of Fort Walton Beach, Florida; 2 sis- ters, Mrs. Epsie Carroll of Andalusia and Mrs. Lacile Treadaway of Florala; and 9 grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning, Sep- tember 9, at I0 a.m. from the West Side Baptist Church. Burial was in the Florala LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY IN THE PROBATE COURT OF SAID COUNTY In the matter of the estate of Vera Lee Evans, deceased; Sybil E. Meredith, administra- trix: Under and by virtue of an order and decree of the Pro- bate Court of Covington County, Alabama, made and entered on the 12th day of August, 1970, the undersigned Sybil E. Mer- edith, as Administratrix of the Estate of Vera Lee Evans, de- ceased, will sell, at public out- cry, to the highest bidder, for cash, in front of the Court- house door of.the Covington County, Alabama, Courthouse in the City of Andalusia, Ala- bama, within the legal hours of sale on Friday, September 11, 1970, the following described lands situated in Covington County, Alabama, belonging to the Estate of Vera Lee Evans, deceased, to-wit: Greenwood Memorial Cemetery rala, Alabama, according to with Evans Funeral Home dl,,., the Hughes Addition of Klth- recting. WILBUR KYSER PASSED AWAY UNEXPECTEDLY Mr. Wilbur W. Kyser, age 76, a resident of North 7th Street. in Florala for thepast29 years, passed away unexpectedly Sun- day night, September 6, 1970. He was Florala City School Custodian until hli retirement. Survivors are 3 daughters, Miss Alice Kyser and Miss Beatrice Kyser both of Florala and Mrs. Gladys Ha,grove of Dothan; 2 sons, George Kyser of Columbus, Ga. and Noah Kyser of Florala; 2 brothers, Jack Kyser and Joe Kyser both of Opp; 5 sisters, Mrs. Sara Jane Wood of Opp, Mrs. Mol- lie Jowers and Mrs. Jewell Kelley both of Opp, Mrs. [;vil- la Taylor of Plant City, Flor- ida and Mrs. Pearl Messick of Plant City; 15 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, September 9, at 3 p.m. from the First Assembly of God Church in Florala with Reverend Taylor, pastor of the First Assembly of God Church, officiating. Burial was in the Florala Greenwood Memorial Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. Streamlining The Check-Out Automation comes to the check-out COUl~tcr. Clerks tap three keys-- one for quantity, one for identity of the prod- uct, one for the total and the transaction is lJermanently l'ecol'([cd ~lt the same time a l)al)er print-out is delivered as the customer's receipt. The total cost is visually disl)layed as well. *'Let's do it!" Watch ALL The New Fall Programs CAB L E TV Hook Up In September ABC CBS NBC OYER L. MILLER Mr. Oyer L. Miller, age 74, ,a resident of 1705 West 5th Avenue in Florala, passed away in a Geneva hospital early Fri. day morning, September 4, 1970. He was a member of the Cof- fee Springs Baptist Church and a veteran of World War I. He was connected with the Shep- herd Furniture Company in Flo- rala until his retirement. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Mabel Miller of Florala; 8 sons, Levy Miller of Harker Heights, Texas, Louie Miller of Geneva, Buford Miller and Edsel Mll- let both of Florala, Henry Mil- ler and Harry Miller of Milton, Florida, Billy Miller of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., and Rex Miller of Paxton; 1 daughter, Mrs. Frances Gautney of Lock- hart; l brother, Jessie Miller of Florala; 34 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday, September 6, at 2 p.m. from the First Baptist Church of Florala with Reverend Fred Ten (10)feet off the north White and Reverend Tommy ends of Lots Fifteen (15), Six- Dickey officiating. Burial was teen (16), and Seventeen (17);, in the Florala Greenwood Me- and all of Lot Five (5), South morial Cemetery with Evans half of Lot Four (4), East half Funeral Home directing. of Lot Nine (9), and the South half of the East half of Lot Eight (8), all in Block Sixty- DENTAL CARE three (63), in the City of Flo- IMPORTANT TO YOUTH The Young Lawyers Make Room for Granddaddy The Odd Couple The Partridge Family The Young Rebels Stanford at Arkansas Alabama at Mississippi NFL football, Monday nights World Series Don Knotts The Men From Shiloh The Flip Wilson Show Nashville Now Miami at Houston Boston at Miami Super Bowl The Storefront Lawyers Interns Headmaster Tim Conway Hour San Francisco at Atlanta Giants at New Orleans CALL Rex Clopton 858-7051 ora a (above special Free with $10 advance instollmion fee) wasn't sure why. When the nice lady in the white dress called his name, she took his hand and led him into the back room. She helped him climb up into the black leather chair with the funny con- traptions around it. As he set- tled down in the chair, the lady in white turned a button and water began to gurgle nearby. John had been here before-- several times as a matter of fact. Dr. Dentist had even let him sit in this same chair once or twice. But this was the first time the lady had called his name instead of hiB mother's. He felt very impor- tant. When Dr. Dentist came in, he was smiling as usual. John smiled back. He liked this man with the glasses and lightgreen jacket. They were old friends. "Want to play soldier?" John asked as Dr. Dentistwashedhis hands. "Maybe later. First, I want to take a look at your teeth." John drew back, afraid. "Remember, John, when you were here last?" The boy nodded. "You weren't afraid then, were you?" John again shook his head, opening his mouth hesitantly. '`you can do better than that, John. Open wide." John laughed as he opened his mouth as wide as he could. And Dr. Dentist proceeded with the examination. "Everything looks fine," he assured John's Mama?', John asked, decay can be "In about six months," Dr. lowing a program l Dentist answered. "And take sonal oral good care of those teeth until professional then." John nodded as he strutted through the door, feeling very important once again. Chances are John won't have any trouble with his teeth--now or ever. Not if he and his mother take care of his teeth by cleaning them regularly. And his regu- lar visits to Dr. Dentist will assure a program of prevention rather than treatment. Both are important in John's overall dental program. The Alabama Dental Associa- tion notes that much of the pain and expense caused by tooth a program, difficulties Is the best time to you are young, That's why the tel Association that a child be first dentist about the and that he be portance of check-ups. After all, the c to lose--but hiS LEGAL HOTIC~ LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE IN CIRCUIT, IN Linda Wayne "it. In this cause to appear to an affidavit of Solicitor that a that his post unknown, and the belief of Defendant is twenty-one therefore ister that THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY IN CIRCUIT COURT IN EQUITY Vera Yates, Complainant, vs. Edward Yates, Respondent. In this cause It being made to appear to the Register by affi- davit of Complainant's Soliciter that the Defendant is a non- resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is un- known, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore or- dered by the Register that pub- lication be made in the Florala News, a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama in the newspaper publt~ John squirmed somewhat un- berlr'S Plan surveyed by M.E. comfortably in the overstuffed ton County, Baits. , red l~mther chair, once a week for four consecutive a week for His mother wouldn't let him mother, "but there is a slight weeks, requiring him the said weeks, requiring Said truing made for the let or) the floor and play with crowding of teeth o, the lower Edward Yates to plead, Waynes H. Stuhb~ pur~)ose of 'paying debts of the the t~y soldiers he ~ ~gM side. I want to keep an answer or demur to the Bill swer or demur t $al~ Vera ~ Evans, de~eased, brecht along. And ~ had 1~e On t~st. It could cause of Complaint in this cause by Complaint in Sybil E, Meredith cad~kmed htm to be qaiet and trouble when his permanent the 17 day of September, 1970, 25 day of As Administratrix of the Estate sit stiLl--no easy task for a teeth start to erupt." or in thirty days thereafter a thirty days of Vera Lee Evans, deceased. 8-30-3rOLE FOR SALE - 1966 Blue Mustang Fastback. In good condition, with stereo tape player. Call John Goolsby, 8-4785, after 6 p.m. 8-20-1tpd 3-year old. The other people in the room, except for his mothe, 5idn't took too happy el~er. She Smiled, keeping a w~kfUl eye on the youngpaUent. ~rneo~ers wetted John, ~Jthough he FOR SALE - 1 row Ford Corn Picker. In very good condi- tion. Call GERALD REEVES 4-5253 or WALTER HARRISON 4-1820. 9-10-1tpd HOUSE FOR SALE - Easy monthlypayments on 2- bedroomhome. Lived in 5 months.Permanent type sid- ing. Aluminum windows and screens. Hardwood floors. Lot with shade trees. Location 6 1/2 miles South of Gaskin, Florida. For more information, call 8-2055, Florala. 9-10-1tc SP ARE TIME INCOME DISTRIBUTOR FOR THIS AREA Become a distributor in one of America's largest and fastest grow- ing industries. You will be dis~ tdboUng national brand products, such es Nabisco, Burry's and Aus. tin. No experience required. All eccounts are contacted for and set up by our company. You merely restock locations with our national brand product~ YOU CAN EARN $800 A MONTH OR MORE BASED ON YOUR EFFORT Investment of $595 To $2.995 cash required tor inventory and equipment. You must have a good car and be, Me to devote at least 4 to 12 hours per week. If you are interested, have the desire, drive, determination, and want to be successful in a growing business of your own, write us today. Please enclose name, address, and telephone number. WE WELCOME INVESTIr|ATION I We Have A Complete Supply of Copper Bracelets In Our Prescription Store Florala Jewelry Store Your Gift & Jewelry Specialist DALWORTH MARKETING CORP. 1014 DALWORTH STREET MESQUITE, TEXAS 75149 FOR SALE - 3-bedroom brick house with 2 baths. WILSON JONES, 605 E. 3rd Ave., phone 8-2532or 8-3214. 7-30-1tc FOR YOUR CARPENTRY NEEDS, building or repair work of any kind, call after 5 p.m. TW6-6826 in DeFuniak Springs or 8-5043, Florala, or contact ALVIN RICHARDSON, Stella Route, Florala. 9-3-2tpd FOR SALE - pianos. 100pianos to select from. Re-builts, trade-ins and new spinets. Just say eha*ge It. $195.00 and up. HARPER FURN. CO., Ever- green, Ala. 7-30-ffc THE FLORALA NEWS established 1900 and published weekly on Thursdays, I-~cile K. Woodham McRae, Publisher and editor. Entered at the post office at Florala, Alabama 36442 as second class matter. MIDDLE AGED UNENCUMBERED LADY FOR LIVE-IN COMPANION TO SHARE HOME AND HOUSEHOLD RESPONSIBILITY WITH ELDERLY WIDOW interested persons phone 8-2875 ROTORY CUTTER SALE with 60 H.P. gearbox, with stump lumper and puncture proof tall wheel. $2'25.00 while current supply lasts. COVINGTON TRACTOR CO., Andalusia, Ala. Phone ~22-3329. 6-18-tfc FOR SALE - Brand new Smith Corona portable typewriter. Phone 4-2511. 8-27-2tc Turning to John, Dr. Dentist smiled again. "Now don't your teeth feel better, John?" "Yes. Wanttoplay soldier?" "Not today," the dentist an- swered. "Maybe next time." "When can we come back, FOR SALE - 14,000 BTU air conditioner - 220V. Call 8-0344 or see KELLY THOMAS. 9-10-1tpd i i i CHAIN SAW end LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Woodrow Adams SALES AND SERVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, c'all 8-1765 in Flor- ale or 493-4336 collect in Opp, ala. THE ATOMIC EXTER- MINATOR offers bonded & in. sured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Flor- ale, Ale. 10-12-fie SINGER FOR SALES AND SERVICE CALL AUDREY HOLLEY PHONE 8-7Q80 I I 24 HOUR ELECI"RIC, AL SERVICE ItEPAIIS -- INSTALLATION ~ Fli~rasce~ Lamp, & Ligkr Fixtwm House Pmee, Panels' Mobile Home Power Polel (Completely Ins~lled) Ai Conditioning Filtan Air Conditio~inll Installed OA* I8"'45 1 ,,G., If No Answer Coil 4-5252 JOHNSTON ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING CO, 513 N. Fifth Street Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office In Andalusia, Ala., this the 25 day of August, 1970. E. E. King, Register 8-27-4~pd-CL Pro Confesso against him. Done at office Ale., this the 1970. E.E. HOUSE FOR SALE. 3-bedroom FOR SALE house in Paxton. 2 baths, 2 guitar, with large lots, 7 pecan trees, 2 three pick-up' large oaks, well drained, car- vibrator; $5~ port. Kitchen built in. Whole CLEM house paneled inside. Equity and assume $47.00 per month payment. 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