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- SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ;UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. i FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1976 by Claude W Pike Robert E Linder is the best time to test? fall is a very good take a soil test. Then, lime on the area be applied this fall. get better results by lime three to six before planting a crop begins. are the recommended varieties? grain varieties for grazing are as fol- - Coker 227", ~nd Florida 501; Rye - Ill, Gurtey's Grazer Vita Graze, We- and Wren's Abruzzi*. Blue Boy It*, Coker and Wakeland*. The (*) indicates varie- also recommend- seed. Abe and Arthur also recommended Varieties for grain. is the recommended Planting cool season on prepared land 15 to 30th is ac- recommended plant- es in this area. But, conditions and not many acres So, if you have or other livestock as possible so the have time to esta- good root system before arrives. is the recommended over-seed summer clover or rye- bermuda and bahia be over seeded with clover, crimson clo- ryegrass in late For All! No Time Coughing a time for cough- many people. Too including rail- think a morn- is not only routine It isn't. A cough for being. Cough- way the body tries phlegm and mucu.mo- the breathing pas- toward the mouth, by tiny broom- called cilia. carpet of mucus and germs along But when the cilia the mucus accu- Especially at night in the morning sha- e this sticky collection s, dirt and germs But the dirt irri- air passages and the a chance to repro- the body tis- just one cigarette the action of the interferes with the of the moving mu- smoking com- fzes the cilia and bronchial tubes, the lungs and open to all kinds Once the bron- are irritated for~ excess mucus is Constantly. The compulsive is a lung now afflicts 4 Its symp- COugh that hangs on three months, , goes with colds, and at least two years must be kind of a cough, . plus can clear If it is un- disease can mean October and up to November 15 in this area. The grass should be clipped or grazed down very close (2 inch stubble height or less) and then broadcast the seed. It's not necessary to disk because it generally hurts the summer grass especially coastal. How can I protect my corn from weevils in the crib? Clean all refuse from a pre- vious crop from the crib and spray the inside with either (I) premium grade Malathion (I pint of 5 # gallon liquid in five (5) gallons of water or (2) Metboxychlor (I/2 gallon of 2 pound per gallon liquid in 5 gal- lons of water) Mix I% Ma- lathion dust, with the grain as it is being stored at the rate of 6 pounds per I00 bushels. How can I prevent hardwood stumps from sprouting? Mix one part of 4 pound per gallon acid equivalent per gal- lon 2-4-5-T with 25 parts of diesel fuel, kerosene or used motor oil. Use low volatile materials to prevent drift and damage. This mixture should be applied by spraying or from a spout can to cover the top of the stumps. When should I prune my trees? The recommended time to prune trees and most shrubs is in the winter whentheplants are dormant. An exception to this rule is that shrubs that bloom in the Spring should only be pruned in the late Spring shortly after blooming. McMillian Announces For Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Quinn McMillian announces his can- didacy on the Republican ticket for Sheriff of Walton County. Quinn, a native of Walton County, is 36 years old and married to the former Rebecca Harper of Tallahassee. He was educated in the Walton County school system and Pensacola Junior College, and is a veteran of two years active military service. McMillian has completed over 450 hours of formal law enforcement training and is presently on leave of absence from his duties of Deputy Sheriff for the duration of his campaign. McMillian, emphasizing the importance of efficient law enforcement appeals to the voters to consider his qualifica- tions. "l feel that my training, experience and proven ability best qualify me as your candidate for Sheriff of Walton County". : . .HALL Raymond Hall Candidate For Clerk Of Court Raymond "Ray" Hall is the Democratic candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Walton County in the November 2, 1976 election. Hall, store manager and budget manager for several years with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, was born in Walton County and attended schools in this area until his completion of his senior year at Walton High School in 1954. He left'this area to attend Troy University and majored in Business Administration. It was during his college days that be met his wife, Jeanette Browder of Troy. Jeanette has been a fourth grade teacher at Freeport for the last several years. She enjoys teaching and plans to stay in education. The Halls have four sons - Lance, 20, who is employed by Save-A- Stop; Kelley, 17; David, 13, and Joe, 12. The younger three attend school at Freeport. The family attends Freeport Presbyterian Church, where they are all members. Raymond's parents are Elli- son and Mary Hall of the Alaqua Community. Raymond holds membership in various organizations but he would like to mention in addition to the Freeport Pres- byterian Church, his affiliation with Shrine and Masons. Hall received most of his experience and school in man- ,agement with Goodyear: However, he , has also had experience with personal ownership. He was owner of Freeport Standard until he sold it several months ago. He also was co-owner of a business in plumbing, heating and electri- cal appliances and a small dress shop in Alabama. At present he is employed by Nuclear Power in Panama City. Hall says he would like to put his abilities to work for what he considers the best place in the world, Walton County. From the time he sought higher education and those days gaining experience in the business world in Alabama and Florida, Hall's desire has been to be a public servant in the county he grew up in and loves so dearly. In the 1954 "War Whoop" Raymond Hall's prophecy was that he would become Mayor of DeFuniak Springs. Hall would not like to challenge Mayor Goodwin, but be says, "he sure feels a need for a change in the Circuit Clerk's office". He says he would like to work with the County and Circuit Judge and the new Sheriff in "putting the clerk's office back in order and open to you, the people". "This office belongs to you", Hall says. "I will be only a servant and will never forget this. This office will extend a cordial smile and a helping hand to those who enter." We are planning a WHITE ELEPHANT A FLEA hut we need your old or new furniture appliances and clothes - Just anything! You name it, we need it. All proceeds will go to buy the Tn-City Rescue Squad new equipment [158-3359 or 858-6268 to notify us of your donations. We will pick-up. PAGE 9 Florala Pigeon Racing News The Florala Racing Pigeon Club held 100 mile races on September 26 and October 2, 1976 from Port St. Joe, Flo- rida. The September 26, race was won by Emery Locke of Crestview, Florida. The October 1, race was won by Clarence Davidson. September 26 race results is as follows: Ist place, Emery Locke; 2nd place, Emery Locke; 3rd place, Ro- land DeFrauco; 4th place, Ja- mes T. Davis Family; 5th place, Roland DeFranco; 6th place, James T. Davis Family; 7th place, Randy Huckaba; 8th place, Betty Huckaba; 9th place, Edward Huckaba; 10th place, Randy Huckaba. October 2 race results is as follows: Ist place, Cla- rence Davidson; 2rid place, Clarence Davidson; 3rd place, Randy Huckaba; 4th place, Ed- ward Huckaba; 5lAplace, Randy Huckaba; 6th place, Edward Huckaba; 7th place, James T. Davis Family; 8th place, Ro- land DeFrauco; 9th place, Ro- land DeFranco; 10th place, Ja- mes T. Davis Family. The Florala Racing Pigeon Club has completed over 100 mile stations and now move to their 200 mile race stations. The next race will be October 16 from Atlanta, a 200 mile race. Odom CONTINUED FROM FRONT Late Classified Ads Llnda's Dinette now has hot biscuits in the morning to go along with old fashion ham and eggs (or bacon and eggs) breakfast. They open for busi- ness at S a.m. for those that rise early. Linda's also now has Pepe Pizza available with all the fixings. They also serve regular dinners every day. Linda's opens at 5 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Fri- day. Thursday they close at 2 p.m. and on Saturday at 4 p.m. Phone 858-3542 for carry-out orders. FOR SALE: 32 oz. Cokes, $ - $1 plus deposit, Bass Grocery and Service, located on High- way 54 east. 10-7-1tc SIDEWALK rummage sale: In front of Elaine's Beauty Shop. Clothing, shoes, and articles of all kind. 10-7-1tpd ATTENTION: yard sale with lots of potted plants. Located on Nance Road inPaxton. Saturday, October 9. 10-7-1tpd HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bed- room, bath and I/2, on 5 more or less, acres. Located on Crestview Highway 85. Interested persons call or see Wade Phillips. 10-7-1tpd nature snail be binding upon the City of Florala, Alabama, in such matters; therefore BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that this legislative body of the City of Florala. Alabama. hereby authorizes Joe R. Evans, Mayor of the City 'of Florala, Alabama, to act as the appropriate City Officer on behalf of the City of Fib- rala, Alabama, in dealings with the Office of Economic De- velopment Administration and to sign all necessary applica- tion papers for the Local Pub- lic Works Capital Development and Investment Program as well as any necessary con- tracts and other agreements between the City of Florala, Alabama, and the office of Eco- nomic Development Adminis- tration. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 27th day of September, 1976. Joe R. Evans, Mayor, City of Florala ATTEST: Martha J. Byrd City Clerk City of Florala 10-7-1tc Ordinance WHEREAS, the Florala City Council at a meeting held on May 10, 1976 adopted an Or- dinance to the effect "that the area directly behind the City Hall and to the North of build- ing owned by Elaine Burgess be designated as a one way street, the entrance to said street to be from South 5th Street and exit therefrom shall be into South 4th Street", and WHEREAS, it was not the in- tention of the Florala City Council to appropriate said parcel of land as a publsc street, but to provide for the public safety of the citizens of Florala who might use said area for the purpose of travel between South 5th Street and South 4th Street through per- missive use of same, and WHEREAS, the Florala City Council has been requested to clarify this matter so as to re- cognize the continued owner- ship of same bythesaid Elaine Burgess. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Coun- cil of the City of Florala that the area directly behind the City Hall and to the North of building owned by Elaine Bur- gess be and it is recognized as the private property of the said Elaine Burgess and that the use of same is at the will and by permission of said owner with right of said owner to terminate such use by the public at any time, or from time to time. BE IT FURTHER ORDAIN- ED that for the public safety of the citizens of Florala, any use of said area by the pub- lic, or by individuals, shall be a one way use with en- trance thereon to be from South 5th Street and exit therefrom to be into South 4th Street. BE IT FURTHER ORDAIN- ED that the City Clerk express the appreciation of the City of Florala for the permissive use of said area, the continued use thereof to be subject to re- vocation by said Elaine Bur- gess at her will. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 27 day of September, 1976. Joe R. Evans, Mayor, City of Florala ATTEST: Martha J. Byrd, City Clerk 10-7-2tc Hello Friends & Citizens: Truth, Justice, sound doct- rine and even a balanced bud- get are old American Herita- ges and/or are at least pos- sible within the next several years are promised all ameri- cans. What is happening to- day? We have none of the above. Was it an act of Nature God and/or man? Can it be solved or resolved? Confu- sion, contradiction and dis- agreement among most of our authorities, News Media, Lob- byists, Unscrupulous and/or powerful influential criminal elements just add to and con- tinue our problems on vital issues. Many authorities and most news media journalists contradict themselves, or at least leave their options open so they can't be boxed in or labeled for or against'issues, etc., even before the one ar- ticle or speech is completed. A balanced budget is out while tobacco, alcohol, gamb- ling and narcotics are pro- moted instead of demoted, by those who have the power and influence. The above cost this country and any other country untold misery, division etc. and also untold billions 5f dollars, The communists destroy and/or alter the facts frequent- ly and also facts and figures on the above in America can and are being altered by those who get the heavy peaches and cream, and furthermore the promotion of lower ethical and moral standards serves to bring down an individual, group or nation; especially the Church and it elevates the un- scrupulous in various ways. Everyone knows some of this is true. Yes I know and can prove all of this when given the opportunity, in an open debate or discussion. Hope to continue. Currier of Fairhope, co- chairman of the Annual Meet- ing Committee. The Baldwin IW 'D AID~ and Mobile County ChaptersI SH I S arneceC.O-sponsors of the Confer- The Mental Health Associa- tion is made up of 46 chapters over the state. A highlight of the program will be the introduction of National Chairman of the Organization and Development Committee of the Mental Health Association, Mrs. Helen Farabee of Witchita Falls, Texas. Senator LD. Owen, r. of Bay Minette, will offer an overview of the 1977 Legislature. A. Jack Turner, Ph.D., a Huntsville psychologist and The first thing for any man to do after he finds he has been horn equal, is to try to outgrow it.--W. M. Guy, The Haskell (Okla.) News. You can always tell how guilty a fellow is, by the lawyer he hires.--J. D. Prince, The Cuthbert (Ga.) Times. A dream is a misquote from writer will lead a discussion on the archives of memory.--Jim the delivery of mental health tZeis, The Daily (Greencastle, services entitled "How ],'~.rnA ~ Graphic,,~..L~~ Deliver With. What I've Got". .... Child psychiatrist Dr. Manuel Cepeda of Mobile will be the dinner speaker on Wednesday evening and on Thursday noon, Commissioner Taylor Hardin of the Depart- ment of Mental Health will present to volunteers the strategic plan of the Mental Health Department. The conference will conclude with the election of new officers and a discussion of plans for the organization for both 1977 and 1978 on the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 14. Rescue Squad Report September 27:no runs. September 28:9:20 a.m., Mrs. Verna Mac Geohagan, Florala, was transported from her home to the Opp Mizell Memorial Hospital by mem- bers Bass and Stewart; 6:00 p.m., Pee Wee football game, called off. Member was Dir- ga; '/:26 p.m., Mrs. Brenda Kay Goodwin, Paxton, was trans- ported to the Opp Mizell Me- morial Hospital by members Stewart and Thomas. September 29 and 30: no runs. October 1: 1:05 a.m., Lie- da Augusta Evans was trans- ported from the Opp Mizell Memorial Hospital to Evans Funeral Home by members Thomas and Stewart; 10:16 a.m, Mrs. Lennie B. Gools- by, Florala, was transported from the Opp Mizell Memo- rial Hospital to the Florala Me- morial Hospital by members Stewart and Bass; 7:00 p.m., two ambulances were at the Florala-straughn game with Resolution BY THE CITY COUNCIL THE CITY OF FLORALA, ALABAMA BE IT KNOWN THAT: WHEREAS the Florala Wa- ter Works & Sewer Board has requested to the Florala City Council its desire of investi- gating and construction of im- provements including, but not limited to; Water System Im- provements, including test wells; and WHEREAS, the City of FIb- rata with the association of grant program under commu- nity development and the Fed- eral Government in develop- ment of community activity for water system; therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Florala commit funds from 1976 CD Grant; 1977 CD Grant which has been designated as local option funds for the pro- ject of a test well for the City of Florala Water System. ADOPTED AND APPROVED this 27 day of September, 1976. Joe R. Evans, Mayor, City of Florala ATTEST: Martha J. Byrd City Clerk 10-7-1tc Resolution BY THE CITY COUNCIL THE CITY OF FLORALA, ALABAMA BE IT KNOWN THAT: WHEREAS the City of Flo- WANT ADS PACK POWER FOR SALE: I complete set of Ludwig drums and acces- sories. Excellent condition- $300.00. Call Marvin Willi- ford after 5 p.m. 858-3667. 10-7-1tpd SPECIAL ON Coca Colas, Sprites and Tabs -- 5 for 99, plus deposit. Plus some- thing new . . . tomatoes, let- tuce, potatoes, lemons, sweet potatoes, bananas and most any groceries for a picnic or a quick meal. HAN-D-DAN'S, 7 miles out on Andalusia high- way. 10-7-tfc FOR SALE OR TRADE - 2 slightly used mud and snow grip tires. Mounted on 15 inch wheels. With covers. Or trade for S.W.B. pickup cam- per shell. 707 North 8th Street, Phone 856-6204. 10-7-1tpd APARTMENTS FOR RENT: in Westlawn He~ts. Make application in the Housing Au- thority office on South 5th Street. 10-7-1tc FOR SALE: delivered 5 gallon can cow compost (cow- lot fertilizer) - $1.25. Phone 858-6139 or 858-4065 10-7-1tc FOR SALE: Used truck tires. 825x20; 900x20; 1000x20; and I000x22. For more information, contact WOOD TIRE SERVICE, Opp, Alabama. Phone 493-3800. 9-9-tic FOR SALE: used wooden FOR SALE: 1974 Engalwood crossties. Phone 858-3836 mobile home. 12x52. 2 bed- before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 rooms, 1 bath, with built-in p.m. W. T. JACKSON, Fib- stove and oven. In excellent rala, Alabama. condition. Owner will arrange 9-9-tic bank finance. Call 222-1768 in Andalusia. KNAPP SHOES FOR CUSHION 9-23-tfcCOMFORT Phone John R. Maddox, Knapp Shoe Counse- lor, 102 Choctaw Street, An- 'alusia. 822-5649. 9-9-tic FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 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 858-3871 or 858-3773. 9-30-tic I WILL DO PAINTING OF any kind and yard work of any kind. Call me at 858-6630. DOUG WATSON. DIET properly with Midland Pharmacal Grapefruit Diet Plan and Aquavap "water pills". BOOTH'S DRUG, 1417 5th Avenue East, Florala. 9-30-Stpd WILL STAY WITH THE SICK in hospital or their home. Phone 858- 3533. LOETTE POTTER. 2007 West Fifth Avenue. $1.50 per hour. 9- 16-4tpd FOR SALE: 32 oz. Coca Colas. 5 for $I.00. at Lock- hart Thrifty Mart. 9-30-2tpd ANNUAL SALE - History and Study Clubs will sponsor their annual sale of blind made ar- ticles October 8 and 9 from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m Lo- cated at Kay's Beauty Shop. 9-30-2tc members Bishop, Fleming and rala, Alabama, is herebymak- FOR COMPLETE home im- Barrineau; 10:42 p.m., Mrs ing known its intention toapply Dan McLeod P.O. Box 103 Lockhart, Alabama P.S. Who is keeping the Truth under the rug? 10-7-1tpd Legal Notice IN THE PROBATE COURT In the matter of the estate of Millard G. Trammell, de- ceased STATE OF ALABAMA) COVINGTON COUNTY) Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 20th day of September, 1976, by the Honorable Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby requir- ed to present the same within time a l~@d,b~p llw ~r~L~a m e will be barred. /s/Norwood H. Trammell /s/Betty Ann Harper Horton Co-executors 9-23-3tc OPP THEATRES CAROUSEL TWIN CINEMA DOWNTOWN OPP One Big Week Thur. Thru Wed. Oct. 7, 8, 9, I0, il, 12, 13 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! "BEST PIC'I'URE OF THE YEAR" alat mglm.mM A Fantasy Film United Arhsfe ONE SHOW EACH NITE AT 7:15 FOR THIS ATTRACTION ONLY FRI., SAT., SLrN OCT. 8, 9, I0 CATFISH FINGERLINGS - -provements and maintenance, Ruth Carpenter, Florala, was to the United States Depart- Large sizes - delivery avail- call collect ANDREW J DAN- transported from her home to merit of Commerce office of able. Phone 376-2866. Triple LEY, 493-7372 in Opp, Ala- the Opp Mizell Memorial Hos- Economic Development Ad- M. Catfish Farm. TRIPLEbama. 9,23-6tpd pital, by members Bishop and ministration for a Local Pub- "M" CATFISH FARM, Route - PLUS - Marsh. lic Works Capital Develop- 3, Georgiana, Alabama 36033. October 2: 5:42 am., Mr. merit and Investment Program 9-9-tic 1"15, ,. Hewitt Kimbril, Florala, was Application set forth in Pub- WANTED: two parttime ca- I tunyrul0, O y, l zell Memorial Hospital and funds to construct a City Hall Reduce safe and fast with venience store. Casey's Quik then to a Pensacola hospital Complex for the City of Fib- GoBeseTablets and E-VapPik. Apply in person.9_16_tfc by members Bishop, Hartzog, rata; and "waterpills". BOOTH'S Bass and Birge. WHEREAS this legislative DRUG. 9-9-Stpd October 3:10:00 a.m.,Mrs, body of the City of Florala, Jimmie Zorn Simmons, was transported from Garlahaven, Florida to Evans Funeral Home by members Hartzog and Golloher. This week the Rescue Squad had a total of nine runs, with 44 man hours and '/77 miles put on the ambulances. Alabama recognizes Joe R. Evans, Mayor of the City of Florala, Alabama, as the ap- propriate City Officer autho- r~ed to act on behalf of the City of Florala in such deal- ings; and WHEREAS this body acknow- ledges that the Mayor's sig- FOR SALE: very nice rob- FOR SALE: Coker seed bile home Two bedrooms, oats. Pure seed 98.50%, inert one bath, central heat and air. matter 1.505, germination Equity and take up payments 90.00%. $2.00 per bu. Con- of $99.72 per month. Buyer t~ret RUDY KELLEY, New may rent lot at present Idea- Harmony, phone 634-2876. tion. If interested call 658- 9-23-6tpd 6827. 9-23-tfc Each Feature Shown One Time Each Nite Starting At 6:45 ) / /ili Q v 1 0 i* v / v: