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:SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1976 PAGE 9 grass Swine Any individual or business continue to fall way short of all you for all you dzd for us that derives incomefrom some facts and even the records during and since the loss of phase of the swine industry will which are subjected to vary- our beloved hushand and daddy. certainly want to contribute to lug versions by those who claim Your prayers, v/sits, kind of- this educational program, to be telling it like it was, ferlngs of food and beautiful Contributions wail be acknow- is and will be. If the Pre- flowers, helped us through the ledged in an attractive bro- sidental Candidates and t[~e saddest time of our lives. chure that will be distributed ~Kingmakers or news media We find comfort in knowing iati..R the swine demonstration September 2h 7:40 a.m., deal in confusion and double so many people sharing our on e center. Alex F. Bane, Florala, was Democratic Sheriff's hopeful, The School Superintendent's talk, then most of the electo- love for our beloved husband Kinard always held a spot in the hearts of throughout County. hogs mean pockets. Grow- County sent worth of pork to year says W. H. County Agent en, hogs several million dol- or business through services and sale of feed, medication the consumer, hogs down for a break- of ham, bacon or Iready affect the li- of people through- county. And with an THEATRES TWIN CINEMA OPP WEEK THR~WED. 30- OC~ 6 army of one. P qavlsjon bv Deluxe LENGTH OF IT WILL BE ONE TIME NITE AT 7:15 P~ameu~t Pktw~ P~'s ~e,~et Me3c~x~ " PLUS - Allen In PG OPEN 6:15 8TART AT OFFICE TILL 8:30 er Sewin transported from his home to Jessie Carter won the second race originally saw six candi- rate, whether they know it or Opp Mizell Memorial Hospital round of balloting in Tuesday s dates qualified to run. Charles not, are subject to being al- and daddy, and we truly feel in our hearts he has found expected decrease in peanut Thelma Jowers 6y members Alford and Col- record primary, over opponent Adams, Teddy DeShazo, Mrs. together or partially in the rest and peace with God. acreage, hogs could even play lingsworth; 6:00 p.m., oneam- Howard Griffith. Nina Earl and Wesley Walker- dark and will pay off to a a bigger role in the days ahead, butance stood by at the sta- With all of the precincts in, son were eliminated from the comparitively few sooner or A special thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harrison for dium for the Pee Wee football Carter lead the race 3833 votes race on September 7, leaving later. But hog producers and agri- Dies At game, member R. Fleming; to Griffith's 2892. David Drake and Roddy Harri- This is not someth/ng new their strength and kindness businessmen aren't sitting when we needed it so much, back waiting. They'reprepar- September 22: 3:46 p.m., Following the last tabulations son to continue the race in the to man. It works in mens re- to the pallbearers who our hus- tug for the future. They want Catherine Cunniugham, Route Carter spoke briefly with the second balloting, lattonships and the records band and daddy cared so much to produce the type pork the Age83 Jowers 3, DeFuniak Springs, was press. He said, "I want to W. F. Miles and N J. bear it out for, our relatives, friends, consumer is demanding, and transported from her home to thank all the people of Walton Richards were dropped from Some say: you get what you Rescue Squad, Pastor Free- they want to do it in the most a the Walton County Hospital in County for the outstanding the race for the District 1 seat see. 1 say: often times you eMrs. Thelma , g man G. Williamson, Florala efficient manner. But they're 83, a resident of Lockhart for DeFuntak by members H.O. vote and their fine support on the County Commissioner don't get what you see and or Baptist Church, New Harmony aware thattheyneedknow-how, the past twenty years, died in Bass and M. Marsh; 4:50p.m., through these two campaigns held by Hughie lnfinger, with hear and don't see what you Baptist Church and so many What's the best type breeding an Opp hospital, Thursday, Jim B. Eason, Florala, was and 1 would like to ask for their 2318 votes ran off against get or hear. This also up- others. We wtH never forget stock for me to use? How do September 24, 1976. She was transported from an accident continued support on Novem- James Rushing. plies to practically all fields, any of yon. May God bless you my boars rate with other pro- a member of the Church of to Opp MizelI Memorial Has- bur,2. . orris Barge received 16.51 Hope to continue this. for each and all of these ducers' in the county? Where Christ and a native of Houston pital by members W. Bar- d like to say the peoEle of vats for the District 3 seat on things. can I get top-quality boars? County, Alabama. r/neau, M. Marsh, M. Stewart Walton County are the finest the County Commission, but Dan McLeod What are some management Survivors are, husband, Ed- and F. Peterson; people in the State of Florida not enough to put him into the P.O. Box I03, " Fleta Nobles And Children, practices that l need to adopt ward Jowers of Lockhart; one September 23: 7:45 a.m., and by these two votes it lets run-off. Lockhart, Alabama that will enable me to do a daughter, Mrs. Lottie Goolsby Merle La/rd, Florala, from me know they are ready for Three candidates were eli- 9-30-1tpdLttie' Martha, and Linda better job with my hogs? of Route One, Laurel Hill, Flo- Lockhart to the Opp Mizeli good common sense, honest minuted from the District S P.S. Involved for improve- These are some of theques- rida; three sisters, Mrs. Lettie Memorial Hospital by mem- law enforcement in thisseat on the County Commas- ment and there's plenty of tions that producers have. Bus- Lunsford of Jay, Florida, Mrs. burs J. Dirge and M. Marsh; county.' sion. They were M M. inessmen are just as eager to Mamie Watson of Florala, Mrs. 4:45 p.m., Thelma Jowerswas Carter will face Republican Adkinson, with 1454 votes; room. 9-30-1tpd Legal Notice find the answers. And they're Annie Clyde McLaney of Flo- transported from the Opp Mi- candidate Quinn McMillian in Donald Evans, with 797 votes doing the natural thing-- rala; six grandchildren and tell Memorial Hospital to November. , and Clint Wright with 370 growers and agribusinessmen thirteen great grandchildren. Evans Funeral Home by mum- The superintendent s race votes. A IN THE PROBATE COURT are joining bands to find a Funeral services were con- burs M. Marsb and J. Barge. was nip and tuck throughout Sam Sanford polled 1330 In the matter of the estate solution. The Wiregrass Swine dueled at 3 p.m, Saturday from September 24: 1:15 p.m., the entire race as David Drake votes in his bid for the school of Millard G. Trammell, de- Development Association has Evans Funeral Home Chapel Mary Stressil, Psxton from her and Roddy Harrison battled for board seat held by incumbent Thank You Note ceased. STATE OF ALABAMA) been organized, with the Reverend Jim Caraway home to the Opp Mizell Me- the lead With all precincts in Milford Bass. COVINGTON COUNTY) Officers of the association officiating. Burial was in the morial Hospital and then re- Drake was unofficially ahead of Ray Hall of Freeport was To our many frtends, wewant Letters Testamentary of are James Earl Beasley, Hen- Damascus Cemetery withturned to her home by mem- Harrison by 277 votes. Drake elected Democratic nominee to to thank everyone forthewarm saiti deceased hav/ng been ry County, president; Paul Evans Funeral Home direct- burs M. Marsh and J. Hart- had 3464 votes to Harrison's run against GOP Philip Ander- welcome you gave us at our granted to the undersigned on tog; 3:50 p.m., Wanda Allen, 3152 votes, son in the General Election for Open House on Saturday, Sup- the 20th day of September, Dean, Geneva County, vicepre- ing. Even closer was the race in the post of Clerk of Circuit sident; and Bill Godwin, Jr., Florala, was transported from tember 11, and the many gifts 1976, by the Honorable Leland Covington County, secretary - the Florala Pharmacy to the District 5 where the voters Court. you gave us. May God bless Ennor, Judge of the Probate treasurer. Florala Memorial Hospital by have been without a commas- everyone. Court of Covington County, Directors of the newly members Alford and Callings- sioner since Conley Martin New Harmony Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Fuller persons having claims against formed association are Tho- Death Claims worth; 6:00 p.m.,anambulance resigned this summer. Freddy notice is hereby given that all mas Fuqua, Barbour County; was d/spatched to the Florala- Bishop led Dick Saltsman by 9-30-1tpd said estate are hereby requir- Joe Danly, Coffee County; Ed Baker football game in Baker. only 130 votes with the Bagents, Crenshaw County; Members were M. Stewart, P. absentee ballots still to be Holiness To timeed toallowedPresentbythelawSameor theWithinsame Bill Deloney, Dale County; B. Life Of Brenda Dirge and R. Fleming. tallied. Saltsman polled 3109 will be barred. C. Collins, Houston County; September 25: 4:34 a.m., votes to Bishop's 3239. This Spa Of and Gerald Brantley, Pike Mrs. Goolsby, Florala, was was the closest race. nsor Sing Card Thanks /s/Norwood H. rrammell In other county races, THus- County. Gall Martin transported from her home to /s/Betty Ann Harper Horton Each of these officers and Opp Mizell Memorial Hospital day night, the voters of Walton My children and I can never Co-executors directors of the area-wide as- by Members L. Mitchell and County elected to keep two express our thanks enough to 9-23-3tc sociation will serve as chair- M. Marsh; 5:30 a.m., Ronnie incumbents and by their votes, A gospel sing will be held man of the county group to help Brenda Gayle Martin, age 2, Paul, Florala, was transp0r- chose to unseat two otherat New Harmony Holiness raise their share of the funds a resident of Apopka, Florida, ted from the University Has- current office holders Church Friday night, October needed to build a 100-boar died Saturday, September 25, pital in Birmingham to his Incumbent Property Ap- I. capacity test station and a 1976, when struck by a car home by membersP. Dirgaand praiser, Hubert Adkinson will The featured group will be farrow-to-finish production near her home. She was the J. Dirge; 8:55 p.m. Carlton retain his seat for another four the Williamson Family of ' years. He polled 4033 votes Crestview. unit at the Wiregrass Substa- daughter of A. J. and Barbara Harrison Palmer, Fiorala, was while his opponent, Gerald The church pastor and mem- tion in Headland. County Agent Reynolds Martin. transported from the Pee Wee Kinard will serve in an advi- Survivors are, father and football game at Mathews Eta- Wilkerson received 2603 votes, bership gives everyone a spe- sory capacity to the group, mother, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. dium to the Florala Memorial Adkinson took an early lead cial invitation to attend. Their immediate goal is to. Martin of Apopka, Florida;two Hospital by members J. Hart- over Wilkerson and retained it raise a minimum of $100,000. brothers, Anthony J. Martin tog and P. Dirga; 8:55 p.m., throughout the 33 precincts. The boar test station, which and Thomas L. Martin, hath Bob Anderson will retain his would have first priority, will of Apopka, Florida; one sister, Roger Boyington, Florala, was District 3 seat on the County be used to demonstrate the Cathryn Martin of Apopka, Flo- transported from the Pee Wee Commission Anderson also value of breeding to get per- rida; grandparents, Mr. and football game at Mathews Eta- took an early lead in his race formance and quality, said Mrs. Thomas Reynolds of Flo- dium to the Florala Memorial and quickly gained momentum. In the U.S. today a lot of Kinard. The program will be rata, Mr. and Mrs. Ambers J. Hospital by members J. Hart- Anderson received 4072 votes people can rely on more avail- administered by the Coopera- Martin of Florala; great grand- tog and P. Dirga. to Jack Adair's 2456, for the able nursing care. According tire Extension Service. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lacing September 26: 4:30 p.m., largest official lead in the to the U.S. Census Bureau, tbe Henry Hall, Florala, was balloting. Anderson led Adair number of active registered The test station will include Taylor of Tavares, Florida. transported from his home. to,~ b~/1616 votes nurses has almost doubled in ADS PACK POWERIllll two 16-by Z00,feet buildings to Funeral services were~eld Opp Mizell MemorialHospital - .o~.ther ~'ncumbents who d/d the past 25 ~,ears. be used for purebred breed- Tuesday at Z p,l~rom the ers throughouttheareatobring Penacostal Church at Gaskin, by members M. Marsh and F. not fare so well were Commas- in their boars and see how well Florida, with Leland Adams Peterson; sioner Hughie Infinger and they perform in comparision officiating. Burial was in the September 27: h54 p.m., School Board Member Milford with other growers' animals Church Cemetery with Evans Henry Hall, Floralawastrans- Bass. Hello Friends & Citizens: ATTENTION: yard sale throughout the area. A boar Funeral Home directing, ported from his home to Opp Hughie Infinger received Who profits from confusion, with lots of potted plants. Lo- Mizell Memorial Hospital by only 2762 votes while James double talk, etc? The Cam- cated on Nanc'e Road in Pax- sale will then be held, giving members M. Stewart and W. Rushing received 36~9 votes, munist, of course, profit from ton. Saturday, October 2. commercial hog producers a Alford; 4:25 p.m., Chris Pel- School Board Member Mil- this and then look and listen 9-30-1tpd chance to buy some of the top ham, Florala, was transport- ford Bass lost out to Colen closely all around you in Am- breeding stock in the South- Gospel Sing ed from his home to Dr Pot- Dewyne Douglass by SS2 votes erica to the confusion of don- east. ~- ter's office, Fiorala, by mum- Bass received 2769 votes to ble talk by most of our auth- MY CHILD enjoys good ball Facilities for a farrow- burs H. O. Bass and L. Mtt- Douglass' 3651 votes, orities and news media who games. My child enjoys going to-finish unit will be builtlater chell. In county balloting in the are apparently highly skilled to church onSunday. GodBless to demonstrate recommended To Be Held This week the Tri-CityRes- September 7 primary, only in the art or science of con- America. production practices forgrow- cue Squad bad 16 runs, with 62 three seats were decided, fusion and double talk in prac- 9-30-1tpd ing out hogs in the area. The manhours and putt 956 miles on Incumbent Tax Collectortically all fields. So it sure- .nit will also bea center for Svea Assemh y the ambulances. Jack Little polled a majority of ly is a paying field. An ex- FOR SALE: 32 oz. Coca teaching swine production met- Colas. 5 for $I.00. atLock- hods to producers and educa- Anderson votes cast in the race that saw ample or so is: The morn- tional personnel. There will be a gosla l~ George (Freddy) Baker and ing line or information and re- hart Thrifty Mart. County Agent- Coordinator at the Svea Assembly I 7~d office have increased due to Randall lnfinger opposing port on individuals, groups, 9-30-2tpd Kinard says he sees many ad- Church Friday night, O mr the revision of Article V, Little. Little polled 3455 votes events, etc., changes often vantages to having the "swine 1, at 7:30 p.m. Florida Constitution 1972, it while Infinger drew 2260 and like the wind, stock market FOR SALE: one set of Lud- center" right here inourarea. The Calvary Singers o JIIII), will be my constant objective to Baker got 1055. etc. This is applicable to the wig drums. Call after 5:00 "Information will be collected Alabama will be the featured continue performing the duties The District 4 race for School two PresidentalCandidatesde- p.m. 858-3667. on the best means of raising group, of this office in an efficient Board seat found incumbent hates and news media cover- 9-30-1tlxI hogs that we can pass onto hog All local singers are invit- courteous business-like man- Johnnie W. Moore drawing age of same; millions of writ- producers throughout Coving- ed to come and sing. The net." He said that he was 2970 votes while his only ten and spoken words which UNITED METHODIST WOMEN ton County for them to latch pastor, the Reverend Lowell aware that this office belongs opposition, Derward Owens rummage sale and bake goods onto and apply on their indivi- Thomas cordially invites to the citizens of Walton received 2811 votes ' ' sale to be held Friday, Octo- dual farms, everyone of all faiths to at- County, and that the office In the County Judge's race, bur 8 and Saturday, October dual farms. We'll also be or- tend. holder and an experienced staff James Hagan and James King 9. Located next to Moody ganizing groups to take to the are there to serve those needs could not poll enough votes to Drugs. The Eruestine Howell center for producers to see in of the people, force the balloting into a Circle, with proceeds for the action some of the techniques Anderson, is a veteran of run-off. Incumbent County nursery department. they should latch onto ingrow- World War If, having served Court Judge, Joe Dan Trotman 9-30-1tpd overseas as a paratrooper with received 3448 votes while King ing hogs." Wt~MOST ACCLAIMED!?:JO . the 17th Airborne Divison of drew 1791 and Hagan got 1356 CATFISH FINGERLINGS - - MOSTTALKEOABOOT~ ;~6"' the U. S. ARmy. vote MOST ENTERTAINING! " The September 7 balloting Large sizes- deIivery avaiI- MOST POPULAR NEW MOVlE!Anderson is married to the able. Phone 376-2866. Triple former Wilton Jean Lassister dropped five candidates from a and they have three children, field of seven in the race for ,,MM,' Catfish Farm. TRIPLE Karen and twin boys, Phil and County Sheriff, one of the CATFISH FARM, Route Curt. highest paid elected political 3, Georgiana, Alabama 36033. Anderson is presently ser- offices in the county. Joel 9-9-tfc ving his third term on the Alford, A. W. Brown, T.J. FOR COMPLETE home am- Board of Directors, Florida Lindsey, A. J. Touchton and provements and maintenance, Association of Court Clerks. He Milford Weimorts 'were eli- call collect ANDREW J DAN- is a member and past presi- minuted, leaving Jessie Carter LEY, 493-7372 in Opp, Aim- dent of the DeFuniak Springs to face Howard Griffith. Lama. Kiwanis lub. Anderson is a Jette Campbell was dropped 9-23-6tpd Master Mason member of the out of the second primary in Good Selection Of Used Portable and Console prk' Stitch and Zig Zag Model, Amvnlnt credit avallsMe for free home demonstration Our repreeeutatlve ~ reeeJve es~ at Paxton Fabrics 834.2922 l x 1101 Paxton, FL 32538 SINGEi CO.. Thomas A. McQueen Lodgehis bid for the post of Property .....f~''' '" #341, of Paxton. The family is Appraiser, leaving Gerald Wii- Reduce safe and fast with .............. ''~""~'/'r':'::::~:'/'tf'":/'r/ ............ active in affairs of the First kerson to battle it out with , I Save money! e As sir~le to usa, GoBese Tablets and E-Vap ]i~!::~:iiii~:~/i~"i:;:::i::'::)::i:iii::'~:"_._ Presbyterian Church of De- Hubert Adkinson, the incum- laslvacuumleGetsdirtother I DRUG."water pills".BOOTH'S ............... *'" ~" Funiak Springs where hehent. '~'5~MIS W4URSDAY, 0CI. 7 serves as an Elder and Sunday . Inmthods doo't reachl Carpet I / ...,~,.~,,,ma Schoolteacher. Idries quicklyl I 9-9-5tpd WANTED: two parttime ca- shiers needed at local con- venience store. Casey's Quik Pik. Apply in person. tmm,~, 9-16-tfc OON W, mTIL ~L "~' "'~ " " '"L" a ~ FOR SALE: Coker seed .... pace ~.u~c.,~,~... oats. Pure seed 98.50~, inert FENDLEY DRIVE-IN , ~,,~OSF~,S,,,,~,,~ matter 1.50~0, germination THEATRE , 90.00%. $2.00 per bu. Con- ANDALUSIA &LA ~ |~X~W~IV~WE~~k~" tact RUDY KELLEY, New THUR.-FRL-$AT.-$UN. AVAILABLE AT Harmony, phone 834-2876. SEPT 30-0CT 1--2-3 I 9-23-6tlXI 00U,L,,-,u,, , mSTAGGERS 'GA w.w.~ 8 HOURS - $1| FOR SALE: very nice ma- tures,, bile home. Two bedrooms, DAW~lnqlt~l one bath, central heat and air. cemel o~,, Equity and take up payments (~ p,m. - 9 a,m.)- $15 of $99.72 per month. Buyer may rent lot at present IOCa- ?TTTTTTTTTTTTT 9 t.m. MClV.) ~ 6827. , " ,, 9-23-tfc , i, : Li i i i:: i: r % ANNUAL SALE - History and " Study Clubs will sponsor their ,, annual sale of blind made mr- - titles October 8 and 9 from :] i 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Lo- ~- i cated at Kay's Beauty Shop, :, 9-30-2tc :: DIET properly with Midland : Pharmacal, Grapefruit Diet Plan and Aqnavap "water pills". BOOTH'S DRUG, 1417 ." 5th Avenue East, Florala. .- 9-30-5tpd ;. FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, Z full baths. Ideal home. Lo- cated in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Florala. Also for sale: 59 acres of farm land, located 3 miles west of Florala. For more information contact JOHNSON REAL ESTATE AGENCY, at 858-3271 or 858-3773. 9-30-tfc I WILL DO PAINTING OF any kind and yard work of any kind. Call me at 858-6630. DOUG WATSON. : .... ! ~J FOR SALE: 1974 Engalwood :: mobile home. 12x52. Z bed- rooms, 1 bath, with built-in : stove and oven. In excellent condition. Owner will arrange bank finance. Call 222-1768 in Andalusia. 9-23-tfc :: WILL STAY WITH THE SICK :" i in hospital or their home, : Phone 858-3533. LOETTE, : POTTER. 2007 West Fifth Avenue. $1.50 per hour. 9-16-4tlxl FOR SALE: Used truck tires. 825x20; 900x20; 1000x20; and I000x22. For more information, contact WOOD TIRE SERVICE, Opp, Alabama. Phone 493-3800. 9-9-tfc FOR SALE: used wooden crossties. Phone 858-3836 before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. W. T. JACKSON, Flo- rain, Alabama. 9-9-tfc KNAPP SHOES FOR CUSHION COMFORT. Phone John R. Maddox, Knapp Shoe Counse- lor, 102 Choctaw Street, An- dalusia. 222-5649. 9-9-tfc /i i i!