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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. " SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS'THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1975 m m I TIME 8:00 7:30 7:30 IALA 7:30 7:30 7:30 'LEVEL 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 y Drug Company Fashion Shoppe -- FLORALA ROSTER- PLAYER BACKS HT. WT. CLA. Gaius Grantbam 5-I0 165 Sr. Jeffrey Owens 6- 0 165 Sr. John Anthony 6- 0 195 Jr. David Maddox 5-10 165 Sr. George Parker 6- 0 165 So. Aaron Shaw 5- I0 165 Sr. Jeffrey Thrash 5-10 145 Jr. Pete O'Gara 5- 9 145 Jr. Hillery Goldsmith 5-10 165 So. LINEBACKER Rusty Boles 5-10 165 Jr. ENDS Rick Anderson 5- I I iC 0 Sr. Herman Owens 6- 0 l:~J So. Craig Matthews 5- 9 160 So. Raymond Adams 5-10 145 Jr. Ricky Cook 5- I 170 Sr. TACKLES Victor Weeks 5-11 225 Sr. Matt Bradley 6- 1 195 Jr. GUARDS Craig Hutchinson6- 2 210 Sr. Eddie Thrash 6- 0 185 Sr. Steve Sexton 5-11 160 Jr. CENTERS Joey Evans 5-i1 180 So. Herb Johnson 5-10 160 Sr. McDaniel Motor Company of I=lorala Wiggly la Pharmacy Insurance Agency Florala Telephone I=lorala Jewelry Store s Brown-Service Hooten Equipment Company Company Wilson, Zorn Auto ( In memory o! the late Comer Zorn) PAGE 7 CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our thanks and gratitude to all our friends who thought of us during our time of sorrow over the passing of a loved one. A special thanks to those who came by and to those who brought food and flowers, you will always be remembered in our hearts for your loving kind- mess, hell~ulness, and sym- pathy toward us., May God richly bless each one is our prayer. The Family Of Leon BraceweH lO-_3-1tpd CARD OF THANKS Pauline and Pete McGee wish to express many thanks to both Atmore and Florala National Guardsmen for the tremendous Job they did in saving their chicken farm. The McGees 10-3-1tpd LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corp., will sell at Public Sale for cash on October 8, 1975, at Radellff Chevrolet, Anda- lusia, Alabama, the following: 19'74 Chevrolet ID37H4D4578Z8 GMAC reserves the r/ght to bid at such sale. The colin- teral involved is stored and may be seen at Radcllff Chev- rolet, Andalusta, Ala. General Motors Acceptance Corp. IZ6 1819-75082. 9-Z6-1tc LEGAL NOTICE cedure (23 CFR Part 58), asm may be addressed to HUD at: Department of Housing and Urban Development Area Of- rice, Daniel Building, 15 South P-0th Street, Birmingham, Ala- hama 35233. Objections to the release of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be con- sidered by RUD. No objec- tions received after October 31, 1975 will be considered by HUD. Joe R. Evans, Mayor City of Florala Wall Street, P.O. Box 351 Florala, Alabama 10-3-1te NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC LEGAL NOTICE 1. Notice is hereby given that the City of Florala, on Oc- tober 9, 1975, will submit a MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE request for release offnndsand NOTICE certain required certifications Default having been made in to the U.S. Department of Hous- the terms of that certain mort- lug and Urban Development re- gage executed to the Commer- latlve to the application of the cial Bank of Andalusia, Ala- City for a grant under Title ! baron, an Alabama hankingcor- of the Housing and Community poratiou, by Bere L. Beverly Development Act of 1974. and wife, Carolyn Marie Be- ll. The said request for re- verly on the 8th day of Nov- lease of funds and certification ember, 1974; which said mort- relate to the following project gage is recorded in the office activity: of the Judge of Probate of Cov- iugton CQunty, Alabama inBcok Notice 1. Construction of sewage 672 of R~I~I Property at Pages Dshult heviug be~a made In system. fermi el that certain mort- Z. Code enforcement. 448-51; aiM, which said mort- Irqe execmd to CltLv~U Na- 3. Program planning and gage was duly transferred and tlomtl Bank of Opp, Opp, Ala- administration, assigned to General Investment bema, a corporation, by Jank 4. Local Option. Corporation, a corporation; and Rsmor ~ q~, Jkmma Ramer, IlL The City of Florala has said default continuing, the us- ou time Srd dMy of November, prepared an environmental re- dersigned, General Investment. llffZ, wh/cb said mortgage is view record respecting this Corporation, a corporation, by project which the public may virtue of the power of sale examine and obtain copies of contained in said mortgage, as during office hours at the City transferee of said mortgage Clerk's Office in City Hall. will sell, at public outcry for IV. The City of Florala will cash, to the highest bidder, in undertake the projectdescribud front of the Courthouse door of above with Block Grant fu~ls Covington County, Alabama, from the U.S. Department of within the legal hours of sale, gqe to the First Natloual Ba/ Housing and Urban Development on the Z4thdayofOctober, 1975, the following described real' property, situated, lying, and being in Covington County, Alabama, to-wit: Beginning at the Northwest corner of a lot formerly owned by G. J. Foshee and now owned by Mrs. Virgil Parker, and run- ntng South along the West line of said lot 166 feet to the point of beginning of the lot hereby conveyed; thence running West 216 feet; thence in a see!herin 216 feet; thence in a Southerly direction along the West side of a lot now owned by the un- dersigned (R. N. Mills & L. B. Mills) 114 feet; thence East 224 feet to the West side of the Foshee lot; thence North along the West side of the Foshee lot 126 feet to starting point, said property being located in and a part of theS I/ZofSW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 13, Town- ship 5, Range 14. Said sale being made for the purpose of paying the mortgage indebtedness and the costs and expenses of foreclosure, in- cluding a reasonable attorney's fee. General Investment Corpora- tion, a corporation, Transferee of the mortgage being foreclosed. 10-3-3tc recorded in the office of the Judte of Probate of Covin|tou Cmmty, Alabama/n Book 658 of Real IP-r~perty at Pages 51tT-PJI; :aad which said mort~qe wu duly transferred and ussiped to J. W. Ramer, vhodutytrans- farred and ustped said mort- of Opp, a corporation; and said (HUD) under Title loftheHous- default coatinut~, the under- lug and Community Develop- signed The First Natioll ment Act of 1974. The City Bank of Opp, a corporation, by of Florala is certifying to HUD virtue of' the statutory power that said City and Mayor JeeR. of sale arining from the execu- Evans, in his official capacity tion of said mort4age, nstra~- as Mayor, consent to acceptthe feree of na/d morq~age will Jurisdiction of the Federal sell, at public outcry for cash, courts if an action is brought to the Id~ust b/alder, in front to enforce responsibilities in relation to environmental re- views, decision-making, and action; and that these respon- sibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the certifi- cation is that upon its appro- val, the City of Florala may use the Block Grant funds, and of the Courthouse door of Cov- in,ton County, Alabama, with- in the lugal hours of sale, ou the 9-4th day of October, 1975, the following described real property, situated, lying, and being In Covington County, Ala- bema, to-wit: All of the SE 1/4 of NEHUD will have satisfied its re- 1/4 of Section 9-1, Township spousibilities under the Na- 3, Rauge 17, South of Header- tional Environmental Policy Act of 1969. HUD will accept an objection to its approval of the release of funds and accep- tance of the certification only if it is on one of the follow- ing bases: (a) That the cer- tification was not in fact exe- cuted by the chief executive of- ficer of the applicant; or (b) that applicant's environmental review record for the project indicates ommission of a re- quired decision, finding, or step applicable to the project in the environmental review process. Objections must be prepared with the required pro- son Brtd~e Road and West of the Holloway Bridge Road, con- taluiug 18 acres more or leas. Including all improvements thereon. SaM sale--being made for the purpose of paying the m0rtpge indebtedness and the costs and expanses of foreclosure, in- cludiug a reasonable attorney's fee. THE FIRST NA- THE FIRST NATIONAL BAMK OF OPP, A CorlPoraftoa, Transferee of the mort - gage being foreclosed. 9-18-4tc I DO any yard work, tree trimming, flower beds, car- penter work, masonery work, small concrete job, painting, moving jobs, or any job you need done - all work done with care.Call Pete Dirga at 8- 0156. 10-3-3tc WANTED TO BUY: turnips, collards, pecans. Call B&A Produce, 892=7929, DeFuniak Springs, Florida. 10-3-1tpd FOR SALE - Baby's high chair. In good condition. Phone 4-6790 after 5 o'clock. 10-3-2tpd HENS FOR SALE - fill your freezer at 50 each. Phone 8-6561 when in operation again. J. P. McGee, Damascus Com- munity, Route One, Florala, Alabama. 10-3-tfc I WILL DO tree trimming work, large and small trees. Call 8-5131. 9-11-4tc FOR SALE - mattress and box springs for king size set. Now 1/2 price. $199.00. Sullivan Furniture Co. Phone 8-2935. 10-3-1tc Call for free estimates, any type fence or aluminum win- dow awning, carport, patio or screen porch. Financing if qualify. Call Daniel Peter- son at 8-1643. AAA Hurr/- cane Fence Co. 9-18-tfc CARPORT SALE: variety of furniture, clothing, bicycles, utensils, records, etc. Satur- day 9:30 - 5:30. Location - 1 block down from Dr. Holleys Hospital. Edward Burress, 507 East Third Avenue. Phone 8-8717. 10-3-1tlxl FOR SALE - Florida 501 Seed Oats. Germination 94%. $2.25 per bushel. Rudy Kelley- Tele- phone 4-8006. 9-18-4tpd DEAR FRIEND: Christ church was the first church in Florala, Lockhart and all other places. You may say we didn't know about it - where was it in the Bible? Back then, men didn't have knowledge of how to cut it out of the Bible. We also had pork chops back then to, but not in Florala. Where was it? In the hog. Man didn't have knowledge how to cnt it out of the hog. Bro. Brooks. 10-3-1tpd , , , like to know the basic degree. Why Rent Per Mouth For Those Qmllfy New Brick Homes - In Psxtoe - Call Collect Ill-1011 8out!tern Home Builders. Inc. Hvy. 110 West DeFusisk Sprigs, Fioridl II FOR SALE - 74 mobile 12x62 Vega Trailer. Small equity and take over payments. Phone 8-5791 after 4:00. 10-3oltph HELLO FRIENDS & CITIZENS: Do we live in a sick society? For instance: some ofthewea- ther authorities say man is able to influence the weather with science, chemicals and elec- tronica. If so the people would DESIRE TO BUY home for smallest down payment. Smal- lest monthly payment. If you have one please call 8-1134. 9-18-3tph NOTICE: Widow, 53, desires to live with person same age range. Will pay room and board. Telephone 8-8275. 10-3- .tph DRAPERIES AND BED- SPREADS, direct home fac- tory. We make to measure for those odd size windows. DRAPERY OUTLETS, EVER- GREEN AND ENTERPRISE. .6-12-t[c FOR RENT - Shaded private lot for mobile home. Call 8-3395. 6-12-tfc din programs which give up to date information on health, science, money matters, ethics, ete., which the citizens are en- titled to or is this classified information? While the working man works, constructively, the unscrupu- lous man uses various ways to take him with no limits on methods and tactics. You don't need a crystal hall to see .the handwriting on the wall. Tell the truth today in most socities and you are in trou- ble. Yes, that includes Am- erica and it is easily proved. The stakes are high and these little articles are played down, misplaced, miss-spelled, etc., according to the circumstan- ces. This is called news con- trol. Hope to continue this. Dan McLeod P.O. Box 103 Loekhari, Alabama 10-3-1tpd Henry E. Wilson, 1417 Fifth Avenue, Florala, Alabama. 10-3-1tc FOR SALE - Prescriptions and Jim" and patriotic tunes? What a lot of other things. However, manner of men are hiding in your Health is our main Bus- the bushes or in disguise? iness. Booth Drug Company, Suggestion: Nationwide me- in velocity, direction, etc. The doctors, hospitals, medical fa- cilities, etc. are doing a boom- ing business while the news me- dia continue to advertise and promote tobacco and alcohol addiction and keep a low pro- file on drug and gambling ad- diction. If what you see and read does not influence and im- press you then why does man wink at woman and America spend billions on advertising? Why do the news media and authorities cover up, withhold, confuse and brainwash the pub- lic on vital issues that affects our health, pocketbook, ethies, ete., then play "gentleman