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October 5, 1972

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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PtLGE 4 LOCKHART OFFICIALS TAKE OATH OF OFFICE - Monday night, in impressive services the new Town of Lockhart May- or and Councilmen took over the duties of the city affairs. Pictured from left: Hobson Vann, Edward Ward, Mayor vrank Tlmmerman, C. G. Reynolds, Clyde I.~'e, Judge of the Harper and Mrs. Syril-Fahle. Mrs. C. H. Wallace as pro- MRS. C. H. WALLACE gram 1Dadgr presented a film- PROVIDES PROGRAM "Port~)f Sa~ Francisco." From this pofL,t~e club embarked ',On FOR STUDY CLUB a Show Boat to China" which The Study Club met Septem- is the club theme for the year. her 27, at the Lake Jackson Mrs. Lewis Eiland, pre- Clubhouse with Miss Juliette sided during the business meet- Hughes as hostess. She was as- ing after which the club ad- sisted in serving by Mrs. A.A. journed. Intermediate Court, who did the swearing in ceremony, Eugene Bilge and Glen Manning. Following the swearing in of the town officials they held an organizational session. CARD OF THANKS We wish to offer our most sin- cere thanks to the many friends *ho remembered us with food, flowers and kind deeds durln~the loss of my daughter, May De- nise Caldwell. Thanks to all and God bless each and everyone of you. Sarah Caldwell and family 10-5-1tpd How many people do you know who give more thaa they receive? e THE OPENING OF HER OFFICE OF PEDIATRICS FOR INFANTS, CHILDEREN AND ADOLESCENTS LOCATED IH THE FLORALA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINIC Hours Are 9-1 2 And 1-5 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MORNING THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. MRS. VA.SSIE McNEILL PASSES AWAY UNEXPECTEDLY Mrs. Vassie McNeill, age 65, a resident of 1905 West 5th Avenue of Florala, passed away unexpected, Tuesday night, Sep- tember 26, 1972. She was a re- sident of Florala for over 50 years and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Florala. She was very active in he[ church serving in the Churct Choir and was a teacher of a childrens Sunday School Class. She also was a member of the WMU of the church and a mem- ber of the Blue Bell Garden DAD and LAD DISCOUNT SALE I I One Man Or Boy'sSUit, Given Away FREE .......... , "ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COME IN AND REGISTER." Ask how you can get bonus tickets. Ill I Just A Of* The Many Bargains Offered During This Sale. YEAR AROUND SAVE UP TO % DISCOUNT ON ALL BOYS' SHIRTS AND JEt NS SIZES 3 THROUGH 20. PRICES AS LOW AS $49.95 EY THE BEST SELECTION OF WEMBLEY TIES IN 'TOWN. MANY COLORS AND STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Akll WE HAVE! SELECTION OF Career Club Shirts " IN DRESS OR KNITS. ONE FOREVERY OCCASION b~g. Pr|ce $20.00 To $22.9! REDUCED TO OFF To 1 RACK OF YOUNG MEN'S WITH STYLE AND COMFORT BE SURE TO CHECK OUR DRESS BOOTS AND WORK BOOTS JARMAN MEANS QUALITY I II m m. .~ JOHNSON-RHOADES "The Most Complete Men & Boys' Store in Florolo" I PLANNING COMMISSION THE FLORb, LA NEWS - THURSDAY, CONTINUED FROM FRONT WANT AD TRAFF IC DEATHS buildings, trailer and commer- FOR 1ST 9 MONTHS cial vehicle parking and stor- PIANO IN STORAGE -Beautiful TOT AL 616 age, and land annexation, spinet stored locally. Reported , Special provisions formobile like new. Responsible party can homes and trailers, temporary take a big saving on low pay- Alabama s traffic deathsfor buildings, home occupations, ment balance. Write Panama the first nine months in 1972 automoblle service stations, Piano & Organ, Inc. P. O. Bx. stands at 616, or 56 above the signs and cemeteries. If01, Panama City, Florida 610 for the same period in 1971", Exceptions and modifications Colonel Walter L. Allen, for yard requirements, access 32401. 10-5-1tc Director of the Department of to streets, lots of record, and Public Safety, said today. According to Public Safety records, the total number of accidents reported to Troopers are 17,540, compared to 16,492, and injuries are 7,924, com- pared to 7,453 for the same re- porting period last year. A month-by-month break- down on traffic deaths is: Janu- ary, 75; February, 55; March, 77; April, 55; May, 66; June, 94; July, 94; August, 80; Sep- tember, 67. "All 1972 statistics are sub- ject to a slight but certain up- ward revision, due to deaths of those now carried as injured and late reports", Colonel Al- len pointed out. In asking for continuing citi- zen and official support, Col- onel Allen warned that the 'closing months of the year bring the dangers of early darkness, increased drinking, football crowds, and holiday periods. yard setbacks fol" dwellings. Zoning administration, of en- forcements, perm-its, ad- justments, hearings, and amendments. Procedures for subdivision plat authority, review, appro- val, specifications, recording, general requirements, and standards of design. Requirements for subdivision improvements, enforcement, and remedies. WATER DEPARTMENT of the Town of Paxton, Florida will ac- cept bids for a one-Ilalf ton pick-up truck. Specrf~ations for truck may be obtai'~ed from t the Town Clerk. Bids must be received by 12 noon, Octoberl7, 1972. The Town Council re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. 10-5-2tc LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY Case No. 8798 IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUI- TY In Re the Marriage of Steven F. Bullock vs. Martha Bullock, Respondent. In this cause it being made tc FOR SALE - Corn, Adding Ma- chine, Portable Typewriter. Phone 8-8717. 10-5-1tpd FOR SALE - Registered Filly. 16 months old. Very gentle. Registered Three Bars. Poco Bruno and Hired Hand Breed- inc. Reasonably priced. 12- guage Browning automatic shot- appear to the davit of that the resident of her post office known, and further belief of said fendant is one years; it is dered by the lication be made News, a newspape] Covington a week for four weeks, " " tha Bullock to demur to the in this cause by the December 1972, ori~t thereafter a Decree fesso may Done at office Ala., this the ember, 1972. E. E. King, Club of Florala. She asu~(eu in the preparation of meals FOR RENT - House for one served to the Florala-Lockhart couple. $40.00 a month. See Rotary Club and also at the Mrs. Alma Johnson or tele- Florala City School Lunch phone 8-3571. Room. 10-5-1tpd FOR SALE acres and 49 pastures. so land HARPER, 493-4906, Opp, FOR THE napkins, gun. 32-inch full choke barrel. Place Cards, Like new $150.00. PhoneS-2195. , Coasters for 10-5-1tpd Ash Trays, al names. Ring Bridal Day 2 Survivors are husband, Ffm-~ALE lqg~ v-'Ik-w .... ~OUNTRY MUSIC LOVERS- Sterling Silver .......- ..... u ~ ~l~u. , " ....... nd"The John A. McNeill of Florala; Now tir~ Al~n ~(,rm ?,-,~ ~,ee Nashvme~mry a Bride's Rubber three sons, John Floyd McNeill with tool box Both vehicles Nashwlle Sound atDIXlELAN utiful Wedding of Willeston, Florida, John Man- in odd condit'ion See LEWIS DRIVE-IN THEATRE, Sunday- Bible. PersonaliZ g ....... uel McNeill of Victorville, GUIDRY, Lakewood, Florida. Wednesday, October 22 :.25th. es, Cake BagS, California, Harold B. McNeill 10-5-1tpd s-zu-azcFiles for the Br of Florala; one daughter, Mrs. must be placed i~ Evelyn M. Scott of Westbend, , all imprinted a Inez McCollough of Clear ephone 8-0425 or Springs, Mrs. Nellie Skinner of Florala, Mrs. MurielGiddeonI 'SNOW IN FLORAL& , of Gainsville, Mrs. Bunnie Leea i Nelson of Pensacola, Mrs. Gla- I For Complete and Safe Pest Control " LOSE WEIGHT gia;dys CawthOntwo brothers,f Augusta,ShelleyGeOrNall ] Service and free Termi te Inspection I Shape Tablets of Niceville, Florida; I o ! ter pills. Nall of DeFuniak Springs, Flo- rida; 15 grandchildren and 2 t nat PHONE 8-9598 great grandchildren. ~ ~ ~~ FOR THE FUNERAL SERVICES were large and small held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the First Baptist Church in Florala with Reverend Freeman Williamson officiating. Burial in the Clear Springs Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. DEATH CLAIMS LIFE OF MARY ELLEN BROOKS Mrs. Mary Ellen Brooks, age 22, a resident of Route 1, Florala for the past year, passed away Sunday morning. She was a native of Covington County and attended the Florala High School. She was employed by =ovington Industries in Florala. Survivors are husband, Billy Don Brooks, Route 1, Florala; one son, Donald Dewayne Brooks, Florala; mother, Mrs. Ella Hamilton of Florala; one sister, Mrs. Boncile Anderson of Shalimar, Florida; 11 brothers, Horace G. Hamilton of Huntsville, William G. Hamilton, Route l, Florala, James L. Hamilton of Florala, Harold Hamilton and Wilmer Hamilton of Route 1, Florala, Winford Lee Hamilton of Ok l- ahoma, Joseph Hamilton of Lockhart, Noah Hamilton of Panama City, Florida, Charles Hamilton of Ocala, Florida, Fred Hamilton of Paxton, Emile Hamilton o f Tallahassee, Florida. Funeral services were held tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Liberty Hill Assembly of God Church with Reverend Fred Hunt and G. L. Morrison officiating. Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. - LEGAL NOTICE - THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY CASE NO. 8769 IN CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT, IN EQUITY IN RE : THE MARRIAGE OF Joe Star Mitchell VS. Inez B. Mitchell. In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of petitioner's attor- ney that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that her 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 Register that publication be made in the Flo- rala News a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said Inez B. Mitchell to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 16 day of October 1972, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against her. Done at office, Andalusia, Alabama, this the 15 day of September, 1972. E. E. KING, REGISTER. 9-21-4tc FOR SALE - Pianos. I00 pia- FOR RENT - Mobile home. Files, Ring B nos from which to select.. 12 x 60, 2 bedrooms. Air con- Bridal Day Ga] Rebuilts, trade-ins, and new ditioning with washing machine, ble. The I Spinets. Just say -Charge It.- Private lot on Florida Avenue. $195.00 and up. HARPER FUR- Phone ~-3395. 9-21-ffc niture co., Evergreen, Alabama. IF YOU ARE 8-3-tfc roaches, ants, SERVICE - Will keep children water bugs, in my home, MRS. TREVA PEO- ala', or 493-4336 c, PLES. Westlawn Heights #23. "ATOMIC Phone 8-6725. 9-28-2tpd fers bonded and control. The 8-1765, Florala. FOR THE BRIDE - Gift Re- gister Files. Large Regis- ter contains 400 printed cards and index. Will hold 600 cards. Small Gift Register contains 200 printed cards .and index. Will hold 200 cards. The Flo- rala News. IMPORTANT - Back issues of The Florala News csn be se- cured only when available and a charge of 50 each will be charged for any papers more than 4 weeks back. After copies of the papers are taken from the front office there will be the ex- tra charge because of the time involved in getting them. Please remember that a charge of 50 each will be charged for all back issues of more than 3 to 4 weeks back of this news- paper. 7-20-tfc WANTED -Any job you have, that you want done or need, help doing. I have a pick-up truck, It,wn mower, most tools for yard work. Call 8-8504. DANIEL PETERSON. Satisfac- tion guaranteed. 6-22-tf. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Visit The Florala News Office Supply De- partment for your needs. New items arriving regularly. We will have the 1973 Desk Sets within a few days. If we don't have what you need we will get it for you. FO.'R SALE 14 foot Fibergla.~s Boat and trailer. 18-horse Evin- rude motor with electvic starter. Only 5-hours running time. DAD and LAD. 6-22-tfc ENGRAVING - ing - the finest cludes Calling Ca~ Invitations, Announcements, Invitations, Sympathy Business graved Napkins, Wedding Business Cards Letterheads. AlsO. wing for all ocasS your orders News. Allow ~elivery. Kersey's 3onded Termite Co. of Opp, Alabama TERMITE AND I-IouIsEHOLD PES'r CONTROL ~,000 TERMITs" WARRANTY ~AY PHONE 493.423g OPP,, ALABAMA TELEPHONE WANTED TO BUY - Beer cans We pay up to 2 each for empty beer cans. Will buy any amount. Send name and address and $1.00 for complete handling, packing and shipping instructions ~nd sample buyer's contract. $1.00 refunded on acceptance of con- tract. Address all mail to HUGHES MANUFACTURING CO. P. O. Box 1~7, Crestview, Florida 32536. 6-8-tfc SIGN PAINTING - Shop loca- ted two and one-half miles south of Florala on Hwy. 85 (Clear Springs). Phone 4-1825. STAR~ & STRIPES. Thos. Holley, Own- er. 6-8-tfc NEW & USED Farm Tractors and equipment. LAMBERT TRACTOR CO. DeFuniak Springs. Phone 892-7414. 8-17-tfc The entire stock aim machin- ery of R. F. (Ferris) Andrews, Florala, Alabama. South Fifth Street; the only $hoe Shopthere, is for sale. The above described may be seen on Friday and Saturday of each week until further no- tice. 7-27-tfc CHAIN SAW AND LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAW REDUCEsafe and fast with GO- Woodrow .Adams BEST TABLETS & E-Yap "wa- SALES AND SERVICE ter pills." BOOTH DRUG CO. PAXTON0 FLORIDA 8-24-6tpd _ I I I I TODAY AlqqJJWCE SERVICE FACTORY TRAINED AND AUTNORIZED TECN~IICIANS . FOR ROUTE ~, BOX. 162:1A FLORALA. ALABAMA 8:24-tfc