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PAGE 5 ION NEWS A GOOD BIT these PoLlution. One of of pollution of and reservoirs thinks that an old problem that solved. Take at the raw the bare sites and the Where all this soil comes to rest. Sil- e formation and it threatens as one of the biggest County Soil SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HONORS MRS. GARNER FLORALA-LOCKHART Members of the Search SEPTEMBER 16, 1970 Lighters Sunday School Class honored Mrs. Irene Garner with a covered dish supper on the For his program Wednesday, evenin~ of September 15 in the September 16, Harold Young Fellowship Hall of the First introduced Mr. Jess Merrill, Baptist Church. Chairman, Covington County Mrs. Garner will be working Board of Revenue, who gave a in a different department be- most informative talk on sour- ginning the new church year. ces of money for the county. The class states that theycould Merrill stated that $290,000 never repay her for the many in bonds had been sold to re- wonderful things she has done model the County Court House. for them, and this was a gas- Money for the work is invested lure to show their love and ap- in savings certificates until preciatlon, needed. This work is now After a delightful meal, a in progress and when finished beautiful engraved silver tray our court house will be much was presented to Mrs. Garner improved. MOST PATIENTS SURVIVE FIRST HEART ATTACK You've had a heart attack, your doctor assures you about recovery, yet uncertainties may still plague you. That's only natural, says the Alabama Heart Association, but the record shows there is room for opti- mism. Mot6 than 3.7 mil- lion Americans are alive who have suffered a heart attack. To help answer questions fre- quently asked by heart patients, wrestling with doubts, the Ala- bama Heart Association will supply free of charge an eight page booklet titled "AFTER A C OR ONARY." If is reassuring to know that O Imporant To The most important single good dental health habit you can develop is cleaning your mouth immediately after eating--each and every time you eat. The Alabama Dental Associa- tion cautions that this doesn't mean brushing just after meals, but after snacks as well--each and every time you eat. Unfortunately, however, a U. S. Public Health Service sur- vey notes that some 40 percent of Americans brush their teeth the proper use of these items. Oral irrigating devices also can help to remove bits of food lodged between teeth and to stimulate gums. Again, it is wise to check with your den- tist about these devices. In addition to brushing your teeth and good personal oral hygiene, regular professional care should be a part of your overaLl dental health program. Such a program of prevention is the best way to ensure a only once a day--or less. Only healthy mouth. 16 percent brush more than "THE "God is apirit, and thosewho worship him must worship in spirlt and truth." (John 4:24, RSV). According to an ancient leg- end, two brothers lived on ad- joing farms. One was mar- ried, the other single. One evening as the married man was enjoying the fellowship of his home and family, he thought that his brother must be lonely without a family, and he wanted to do something to cheer him up. So on three successive nights he took sheaves of wheat from his own field to his brothers's field so his brother would think he had a big har- vest. But at the same time the sin- ROOM" PRAYER: Almight God, who hast revealed Thyself as redemptive love in Christ Je- sus, help us to know Theewhom to know aright is life eternal. Amen. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. God is greater than the high- est and the best that we see In man. THANK YOU VOTERS OF WALTON COUNTY To the voters of Walton County I take this opportunity to thank each of you for your vote and support in the first primary. I urge you to re- turn to the polls on September District and the by the members of her class, Barring unforeseen diffi- Stablization and and a very beautiful and in- curies, paving of the Florala- the majority of patients sur- twice a day. gle man thought of his brother 29 and take someone with you Service are work- spiring poem entitled, Kinston road should be corn- rive their first heart attackand Studies also show that the and felt sure that with a big who did not vote in the first 'rectthisproblem. "Teacher" was read by Mrs. plated this fall. Work will also enjoy years of productive ac- most popular time for tooth Applications family to support he must haveprimary. ~. last two years the Ima Jean Cook. continue on the Florala airport, tivity, says the booklet, brushing is right after waking-- many trials and worries. So To those who voted for one ~YCommitteehashad Members present were: Mrs. We appreciate thisin- Chances of leading a normal the least effective time to brush on three successive nights he of my opponents I earnestly so- ~ l~roject in which cost. Garner, Rlta Moseley, Jean teresttngprogram, life, with some modification, to prevent tooth decay. A1- Available For took sheaves of wheat from hts licit your vote and support. ~~ been done to help Ziglar, Lethe Lindsey, Delores Wayland Harrison stated to are excellent. There is good though this is done to rid the own field to his brother's field. If elected to this important ~. aflt Producing gullies. Rhoades, Armeta ApLln, Ernes- the club that work on the Lake likelihood that the patient can mouth of morning taste and On the third night there was office I pledge to you to be a moon, and the two brothers conservative in my approach ~.~t 75 acres ofgul- tiDe Carroll, Barbara Holley, park should begin in November resume his old job, orodor, any food left overnight Teenage Pageant ran lnto each other. Eachthen to county government. Ipledge Shaped on 26farmsin Buddy Peoples, Dianne StaveD- this year. some other work that places has done its destructive work. Most of these areas son, Faye Wang, Mamte Clary, Jimmte Brooks and Charles less burden on the heart. A1- The Dental Assoclatlon points The Miss American Teenrealized what the other was try- that I will work to keep down to common bet-Betty Denney, and Ima Jean Smith from Interact Club were though reasonable rest and out that brushing accomplishes Ager Pageant will present the lng to do for him. And there, further local taxes. tocostalber- Cook. guests, sleep are essential for re- several things. It rlds the teeth Miss Alabama State Finals in according to the legend, they I earnestly solicit your vote covery, some recreation, exer- of small particles of food, thus Birmingham on Friday and Sat- built a temple to God, because, and support on September 29. eliminating the food upon which urday, April 9 and 10, 1971, they said, therethe spirlt of God FRANK ADAMS .I~_~ar 56 acres havebee, - PERSONALS GOSPEL SING ctse in moderation and social bacteria can start their des- over the Easter Holiday per- met the spirit of man. .~ 15 farms In most Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Hendrix SCHEDULED ]N life are good. Pd. Pol. Adv. By Frank Adams ~ have a f'~irly good and family of Fort Walton, Mr. 2"De majority of patients are tructlve decay process. It re- ted. The pageant will be held ~grass and with proper and Mrs. Buford Hendrlx and LAUREL HiLL able to play golf, take walks, move tartar (calculus) from in the Grand Ballroom of the FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY ~*ce the silt producing family, and Mrs. Coreen Busbee fish, swim or engage in simt- the teeth. And it cleans the Tutwiler Hotel, with prelimi- 22nd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LEGAL NOTICE ~?n these areas should of Pensacola, Florida were A Gospel Sing will be held lar activities without difficul- gums, helping keep them pink, naries held on Friday evening, ' called home due to the death at Laurel Hill Free Holiness ties. Doctors believe that mod- tough, and healthy, and the Alabama State Finals THE STATE OF ALAt~AMA l~v:n County landowners of their sister-in-law and aunt, Church, Saturday, September erate exercise is beneficial for Brush each area of each on Saturday evening. I am asking the people of COVINGTON COUNTY ~ve done control workMrs. Grace Hendrix. 26 at 7:00 p.m., featuring "The most patients, providing it is tooth--llpside, tongue-side and This contest is open to all Covington County to re-elect 1N CIRCUIT, IN EQUITY include Voncile Sons of Harmony" and "The supervised and does not cause chewing side--at leastl0times, girls ages l3 through l7 and girls me to a second term as Dis- M. Worley, T.J. Harmonettes" from Enter- pain, shortness of breath, or Brush upper teeth with a down- are Judged for their civic con- trict Attorney. My record Linda Stubbs, Complainant vs. B. L. Steele, Jack Friends of James Craveywil! prise, Alabama. other disturbing symptoms, ward motion and lower teeth O. Kervin, sorry to hear that he has PERSONALS It is essential to eat less with an upward motion. Brush H. Curry, tL E.been hospttallzedfollowingwhat Mrs. C.M. Chance and saturated fats, replacing these vigorously. Y, Rodgers, IL B. was thought to be a sun stroke Frances had as guests during with polyunsaturated fats so And be sure the head of the W. R. Langford, and possible a light heart at- the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. as to reduce the amount ofcho- brush is small enough to'reach Dewitt Sims, tack. James Scrivener of Mobile. lesterol in the blood. A lower all areas of the mouth. This Martin. Mrs. Scrivener (nee Sara cholesterol level tends to slow is especially important for Chance) is a granddaughter the process of hardening of the children, who need smaller to Mrs. Chance who is recu- arteries which is behind most brushes. petering at home following see- heart attacks. Eating less to The toothbrush should have a eral days hospital confinement keep weight at or below normal flat brushing surface and firm, in an Opp hospital, is recommended. It also land- but not hard bristles. Your visable to eat several light dentist can best advise you about meals rather than three large the type of brush best suited CARD OF THANKS ones each day. for your need. Cigarette smoking is ahealth Motor driven or automatic hazard for anyone and aspeclal toothbrushes are effective in risk for persons with coronary cleaning the teeth and stimu- disease. It should be avoided latlng the gum tissues for many completely. Moderate amounts people. Check with your den- of alcohol and coffee are per- list aboutthlsbeforepurchasing mtsslble. As for medication, one. There are several other PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas rs. Ted Corley of and daughter, Sara, of College , Fla. were recent Park, Georgia, recently visited ~t~,~rs. Thelma Ander- Mrs. Thelma Anderson and "Mrs" yewt_n- Mis- Inez Newton. , WALTON COUNTY COMMISSIONER THE VOTERS of Walton County: We the sup- of Coy Burgess for Walton County Corn4: take this means to ask you to help us him for another term. Coy Burgess has himself as a Commissioner for all the people ~r district and County. We need to keep a man his caliber as a public official. Please go to the on September 29 and Vote for Coy Burgess. PD. POL. ADV. BY SUPPORTERS OF COY BURGESS We would llke to thank our many friends, neighbors and relatives for the kindness and thoughtfulness rendered us during the death of our beloved father and husband. May God richly bless each of you. The Family of Arthur IAndsey. 9-24-1tpd the physician will prescribe for individual needs and his advice must be followed strictly. For more information, ask THE FLORALA NEWS the ALABAMA HEART AS. established 1900 and published SOCIATION for the booklet weekly on Thursdays, Lucile "AFTER A CORONARY". K. Woodham Mcl~,ae, Publisher Write Alabama Heart As- and editor. Entered at the post sociation, P. (3. Box 31085, office at Florala, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama 35~22. 36442 as second class matter. - FORSALE - "tools" available for cleaning your teeth. Dental floss and dental tape can be helpful in cleaning between teeth as can the familiar toothpick. Check with your dentist in regard to ~, .ad, a=z=~-~/'~~, LOT FOR SALE. 6th Ave. - ~ ~ ~d~ 100 ft. wide frontage, 390 ft. :i: deep. Contact George Saught, ~~ 10942 Dunaway, Dallas, Texas. Property located at Lot 8, Block 36, by Joe Johnston res- 9-24-4tc DRIVERS NEEDED. Train now to drive semi truck, local and over the road. Diesel or gas; experience helpful but not nec- essary. You can earn over $4.00 per hour after short training. For application and personal In- terview, call 601-352-0309, or write Safety , Dept., United Systems, Inc., 220 Office Plaza, Jackson, Miss. 39206. 9-24-2tc / Worth seei rig. Wor th own ing. Worth Waiting for. - Vega. Not just another little car, but one little car that does everything well ~l'ou get more room, more wei.~ht and more power than most little cars give you. ye~ the ~as mileage is righ~ in the same neighborhood With the best of them. Vegas come dressed up. too. not stripped to the bone so you bare to add a lot to make them liveable. Drive one. You'll see. 1969 Guardian Mobile home. 2-bedroom with kitchen up front. At Clear Springs. Come by and see or call 4-1829. 9-24-2tpd LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT Estate of Wilbur White Boyd, Deceased. Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on Septem- ber, 1970, by the Hen. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, no- tice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same withintime allowed by law or the same will be barred. /s/ Eleanor Fay Boyd Executrix 9-17-3ic-FB Caprice. There's a double layer of steel in the roof. a steel guard bean] in each door. Ix)wer disc brakes up fronL a new power ventilation system inside, a wheelbase two and one-half inches longer. You get the looks and comfort of a six- or seven-thousand-dollar car. but at Chevrolet prices. And that's the kind of change during these tight-money times that all of us can appreciate. L Avanishing tailgate. A big change in our big wagon. The window goes up into the roof. the Glide- ' Axvay tailgate vanishes beneath the floor. Out of sight. Out of your way for easy loading even in a closed I, garage or when you have a trailer hooked on. I 'T-,e hat we mean by putting you first? September 29 at vour Chevrolet dealer's. I I1 HI Sixth Avenue Cleaners 1704 WEST 6th AVENUE - PHONE 8-1353 - We Pick Up 8, Deliver ONE-DAY SERVICE Its Cheaper to Call Us Fluff Dry ] _ trlbutlons, scholastic achieve- ment, poise, personality, and appearance. This is neither a talent or swimsuit contest, but the oldest and largest teenager pageant of its kind in the nation, thisbeing its 12th year, nationally. The Miss American Teen Ager Pag- eant is recognized byeducators everywhere and cited in the Congressional Record for its outstanding contribution to 5ur teen-age girls. The winner chosen on April 10 will then represent Alabama and will travel to Palisades Park, New Jersey in September 1971 with chaperone, all ex- penses paid to represent her state in the National Finals and compete for the title of Miss American Teen-Ager. Any interested girls desiring applications may ob~aln them by writing the Official Certi- fication Office far the State of Alabama at 126 Bunn Drive, Reck'ton, Illinois, 61072. during these past four yearshas been one of strict enforcement of the law and vigorously pro- secution in the courtroom. I pledge to continue this. Your vote and support on November 3 will be deeply appreciated. ALLEN EDWARD COOK (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Allen Ed- ward Cook, Andalusia, Ala.) CARD OF THANKS - The family of Mrs. Grace Hendrix would like to thank everyone that was so kind to us during our recent bereave- ment. For every kind word and expression of sympathy we are most grateful. Especially, we are most appreciative to the Lakewood Baptist Church and The Wood Avenue Flower Club for their trays of food, ancl for all the lovely flowers, prayers and presence which meant so much to us. May the Lord richly bless you. The family of Mrs. Grace Hen- drix. 9-24-1tpd Wayne H. Stubbs, Respondent. In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by an affidavit of Complainant's Solicitor that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the Defendant is of the age of twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered by the Peg- ister that publication be made in the Florala News, a newspaper published tn Coving- ton County, Alabama once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring him the said Waynes H. Stubbs to plead, an- swer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 25 day of September, 1970, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 31 day of August, 1970. E. E. King, Register 9-3-4tpd-CL TEACHERS AND SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS. If you are desirous of rendering an important edu- cational service in this vicinity, you may qualify for full or part- time stimulating with excellent remuneration. This is school- co-ordinated work with guar- anteed incomes; retirement based on profit sharing and group insurance. We are high- ly reputable, internationally known organization offering op- portunity for rapid advancement for those showing leadership. For local interview, write ful- ly to Personnel Director, P. (9. Box 7145, Montgomery, Ala- bama 36107. 9-24-2tc HOUSE FOR SALE. 3-bedroom house in Paxton. 2 baths, 2 large lots, 7 pecan trees, 2 large oaks, well drained, car- port. Kitchen built in. Whole house paneled inside. Equity and assume $,~7.00 per month payment. FHA house. SAM DARDEN, phone 4-7505. 9-17-tic FOR SALE - Evans Dry Clean- ers, Florala. Up-to-date equip- ment. Will sell property and equipment or equipment and lease property. Health reasons for seUing. JOHN C. EVANS, 858-0365 or 858-0040. 9-17-tfc i Ii We Have A Complete Supply of Copper Bracelets In Our Prescription Store Floral Jewelry Store Your Gift & Jewelry Specialist HOUR ELECTRICAL SERVICE I[[PAIkS --- INSTALI,~,TION RN~meea Lomp,& Lklkt F~hnu H~lm rower Pa~|, ~l~le H~w~, P~,, Pok~ (Cempletely laity|led) Air Conditioning filtm~ SPINET PIANO. Must transfer next two weeks. Will consider responsible local person only to make $19.33 payments. Write before we send truck. JOPLIN PIANO, P. O. BOx 103, Panama City, Florida 32401. 9- 24- ltpd DO YOU FEEL twenty years older than you are? Do you look ten years older than you are? Would you like to be young again? Your body must need MI PLEX TONIC. Moody Drugs has Mi Plex for you. Why don't you get that young feeling again? Or do you llke to feel old? 9-24-ffc FOR SALE - 3-bedroom brick house with 2 baths. WILSON JONES, 605 E. 3rd Ave.,phone 8-2532or 8-3214. 7-30-Itc FOR SALE - pianos. 100piar, os to select from. Re-builts, trade-ins and new spinets. Just say charge it. $195.00 and up. HARPER FURN. CO., Ever- green, Ala. 7-30-tic IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ala 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- ala, Ale. 10-12-tic I[ I i I] SINGER FOR SALES AND SERVICE CALL AUDREY HOLLEY PHONE 8-7080 II I I II I i CHAIN SAW and LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL DAY [ 8-7745 I N'Gb~ LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS H No Answer Call 4.525, Woodrow Adams rLLrCTRICAL & PLUMBING CO 513 N. Fifth Street JOHNSTON SALgS AND S|RVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA HOUSEWIVES AND MOTHERS. Lucrative part-time work available in Prestige business. No usual canvassing - no tra- veling. Our nationally known organization is number one in its field. If you have a pleas- ing personality and best ref- erences, write fully to 3844 Dalraida Place, Montgomery, Alabama 36109. 9-24-2tc Thur. Thru Wed. Sept. 24-30, 7 Big Nites Ben and Par |net shared everything- the , even their wi|e!