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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS. THURSDAY, OCTOBi @ MRS. ELLA BRACKIN PASSED AWAY AFTER Survivors are wife, Mrs. Ruthie Respren Wise of Florala, one daughter, Mrs. Hilda Fal- CITY COUNCIL CONTINUED FROM FRONT to the council for accepting those for employment with the Florala City Police De- partment. A report was given by finance Councilman Wilson Jones who presented outstanding bills for the month of September in an - AN ORDINANCE - B'E IT ORDAINED By the City Council of the City of Florala, Alabama as follows: SECTION ONE: That Mayor Joe R. Evans he a~d he is here- by designated as Ex-OfficioRe- corder in accordance with Sec- tion 600, Title 37, Code of Ala- hama as recompiled 1958 and HEALTH ,o, - HOME - BEAUTY ,vo lets and chaJll~. (Practical Hints For The Modern Woman) years back the1 fashionable. Fall is an excellent time for planting trees and shrubs. Water frequently even though the weather is cooler. House plants, such as Today's enterprising cooks know the value of good measuring tools. Two sets, for dry and liquid ingredi- ents, are time saving Pre vent stockings by legs and When zone of Panama City, Florida; amount over $6000.00. This his compensation Ior holding the violets, which should not Update last fall's dresses consider traffic LINGERING ILLNESS father, Daniel J. Wise of Sam- did not include any salaries, office of Ex-Officio Recorder. be placed in sunny windows by adding crisp collars and best carpet son; seven brothers, Jimmy The present balance was in the SECTION TWO: That thefol- in summer, will bloom bet- cuffs, should be your Mrs. Ella Brackin, age 85, Wise, of Samson, R. A. Wise, amount of $1112.90. The weekly lowing shall be and are hereby ter during winter in sunny ' " passed away Wednesday in a of Florala, Pat Wise, of Florala, payroll for the city runs over elected as Deputy Recorders and Fort Walton Beach Hospital, Octo Wise, of Crestview, Flu- $1000.00 per week. shall have the identical power windows. Costume jewelry makes a eratlon. following a lingering illness, rida, Selma Wise, of Lockhart, At the present time the City and authority of Recorders as ~ ~~~ She was a former resident of Reco Wise, of Bonifay, Florida, Council is trying to meet the provided in Chapter 12, Title37, Clear Springs Community for and Leamon Wise, of Andalusia. weekly payroll each week with-FOR SHERIFF Code of Alabama, as amended:!I~~~~il ~! '~il ~l ~~ ~j Clear Springs Baptist Church Strickland, of Samson, Irene It was voted to pay outstand- Betty Rooten ~'i~~I''!iii~, , !:!i.::.i.~!~!:~ ....... ~!~i~:~!i!i!::~:~:!::.:~:::::~!~!~!i~i~!~ ;::~ ! ........................ !! :: ! ," ,i ,:iiii: ii~!~;~.i~{{!!{!:::.':.{~/i{!~',~i~i:~::::::~:. ..~. and a native of Houston County, Russell, of Paxton, Florida, ing bills as money was avail- I HEREBY ANNOUNCE my Alabama. She was the widow Louise Cassady, of Lockhart; able. The city should receive candidacy for Sheriff of Wal- The named Deputy Recorders ~!il"'iiii ~ .~!~~i "~ ~:~:~: of the late John H. Brackin. two grandchildren, funds in a few weeks from the ton County, subject to the wishes shall receive no compensation ili!i'"i"!!l !i :; ':~.. ..:! :!:~:~....::: ~:' ::}i!~}i Survivors are two sons, Funeral services were held county for tax collected, of the voters in the Septem- in addition to that received by .::~ }Jill,} Perry L. Brackin, Florala, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mayor Evans asked the coun- her 12, and October 3 primaries Victor Anderson as a member ;:~}ii!:::}}iiit!i Henry G. Brackin of Mobile; from the Chapel Hill Baptist cils permission to gather in- and the General Election to be of the City Council and Betty two daughters, Mrs. Lillie Church with Reverend Freeman formation and receive bids for held on November 7, 1972. Hooten as CRy Clerk. Frazier of Frostprool, Florida, Williamson and Reverendthe movin~ of the Clerk'soifice It has been my privilege and SECTION THREE: This Or- FOR RENT - Z bedroom SPINET-CONSOLE PIANO -FOR SALE " Mrs Nancy Carter of Nice- William Aplin officiating, into the building which contains pleasure to have served asyour dinance shall become effective house. See W. O MARTIN at Wanted responsiblepartytotake gen New tires. ville, Florida; one sister, Mrs. Burial was in the Chapel Hill the Gas and Water Works offices sheriff since December I0, immediately upon its publication Western Auto Associate Store. over spinet piano. Can be seen with utility box. Mattie Kirkland of Dothan; nine Cemetery with Evans Funeral of the city as well as making 1972. During that time I have and if any portion hereof is 10-12-Ztpd locally. Write Credit Manager, in good conditi, grandchildren and 19 great Home directing, available space in the old endeavored to fulfill the held and adjudicated to be un- grandchildren, armory building for Social Se- responsibilities of the office constitutional, the remainder of GRAND OPENING - For a P. O. Box 276, Shelbyville In- Guidrv L'akeWO~ Funeral services were held ~ curity, Driving License Exa- in a fair, upright, and impar- this Ordinance shall never- wonderful shopping experience diana 46176. -' Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock REAP PROGRAM miner and Public Health Nurse. tial manner and always to the theless be in full force and attend Bun-Jean's Style 10-12-4tpd from the Clear Springs Baptist CONTINUE[) FROM F4~ONT Approval was given by the coun- best interest of all the citi- effect. Shoppe's Grand Opening this DESK CALENI Church with Reverend J.L. cfl for this matter, zens of thisgreat countyofours. ADOPTED AND APPROVED weekend and register for free gifts to be awarded Saturday FOR SALE - 1963 Chrysler. have a big select Harris and Reverend William and environmental protection Also reported to the coun- I have tried to set an example THIS 9TH DAY OF OCTOBER,afternoon at 4 o'clock. Readour Four doors. With air. Goodcon- lendars stands l Aplin officiating. Burial was features will receive highprio- cil was that the food stamps by, "Doing unto others as I 1972. in the Clear Springs Cemetery rity during the comin~ year: would be brought to Florala for would have them do unto me." CITY OF FLORALA advertisement in this issue of dition. See at WESTERN AUTO, Diaries'and ApP with Evans FuneralHome establishing permanent vegeta- sale when an office with proper I have organized a Junior De- By JOE R. EVANS The Florala News. 10 12 tpd Florala. 10-12-4tc viewingand 1973Friday,Desk I '(; ' directing tire cover; developing facilities protection was given at the old puty Program for the first time Its Mayor " - large selection )i : for livestock water; improving armory building. Robbery m- in our county to help bridge or protecting permanent veg- surance in the amount ofthe generation gap between our Authenticated by: FOR SALE - One bottle Gas plies, many suit~ ", RS. HENRY WISE etative cover; water impound- $25000.00. is required as weJi youth and us adults. This pro- Betty R. Rooten Heater. See WadePhillips. FOR SALE - One Mynah Bird mas giving to th, ~, : PASSED AWAY merit reservoirs; constructing as police escortprotectionfrom gram has greatlybenefitedthose City Clerk Phone 4-5321. and Cage. Selling cheap on ac- in the family, hi ~ terrace systems; diversion ter- Andalusia to Florala and back. who have put their time into 10-12-1tc 10-12-1tc 8-1673.cunt of my health. Phone end.Will Checkbe on your~SP ~'~ THURSDAY races, ditches ordikes;perma- Plans are being made to comply it; it has also enabled the she- nent wildlife habitat; animal with this. riff's office to do a much bet- - LEGAL NOTICE - WANTED - To buy, lease or 10-12-1tpd Desk Calendars, Mr. Henry Frazier Wise, age waste storage and diversion The council also agreed to ter job. lakerent aorSmallstreamParcelforOfweekendland on BABYSITTING - In my homestockPads' isetC"fresh ~nw d~" 59, passed away Thursday un- facilities; sediment retention now accept applications for the I want to thank all the people THE STATE OF ALABAMA, outings hy two elderly people at 102 W. 3rd Avenue. Ages OFFICE SUPPI ,a expectedly while at work. He and water control structures; office of City Clerk for Florala. who have assisted us to make COVINGTON COUNTY in motorized camper. Box5217, Z to 5 years of age. See MRS. MENT, THE FL( ~ was employed at Smith Ser- sediment or chemical runoff All interested persons can re- my term as sheriff a success. Case No. 8798 West Pensacola, Florida 32505. PEARL WORLEY. vice station for the past II measures; disposal of crop, or- ceive applications from any of It has given me the happiest INyCIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUI- Harold L. Jones. 10-12=ltpd l~ years and a member of the chard or woodland rest- the council members, and most enjoyable period of f UPHOLSTERI ~" Chapel Hill Baptist Church. He dues without burning; and dis- Joe Bates presented the my entire life. 10-12-1tc urniture need was a resident of 309 South posal pits for solid waste. Mental Health Program in con- I solicit your vote, your in- In Re the Marriage of Steven F. COUNTRY MUSIC LOVERS .......... r ' ~ ,, . ,, ,, t.all O-~)Uia u 4th Street for the past three Agricultural Stabilization and nection with the City Services fluence, and your support in Bullock vs Martha Bullock, FOR THE WEDDING - Printed See Nashville Story and The .... , ..... will 1 years. Conservation Service ad- to the Citizens. The City of behalf of my candidacy so that Respondent. napkins, Wedding BookMatches, Nashville" Sound" at DIXIELAND fims)oua"ualuaZa'and" piC ~t ministers the program through Florala contribute financial aid I may continue the program of In this cause it being made to Place Cards, Drink Stirrers, DRIVE-IN THEATRE, Sunday - :." ....... -=--"bg a' livery Ub~tu RED CROSS its farmer-elected committee to the Unit each year. He upright law and order, appear to the Register by affi- Coasters for Glasses, GoldFoil Wednesday, October 22 -25th." , system. Technical and educa- asked that this be included in Let us continue to enjoy the davit of petitioner's Attorney Ash Trays, all imprinted with 9-28-4tc JOTTINGS tional assistance is provided next years budget, garden spot of the whole world, that the Defendant is anon- names. Ring Bearer's Pillow, resident of Alabama, and that Bridal Day Garter, Engraved ________ ). hy SOil Conservation Service, A report was given of the SAM CAMPBELL her post office address is un- Sterling Silver Cake Knives, Forest Service and Extention meeting in Andalusia with the ! ORKIN October 8-14 is National Service. County Commissioners con- (Pd. Pol. Adv. By L. S. "Sam" known, and further that in the Bride's Rubber Stamps, Bea- fendantbelief Ofis saidof theaffiant'age of thetwenty_De- i ~ ~ Newspaper Week. On behalf of cerning Solid Waste Disposal Campbell, Republican Candidate utiful Wedding Trays, Bridal | IS NOW IN FL(~RAIA Bible. Personalized Cake Box- the Covington County Chapter, situation. Florala is now re- for Sheriff of Walton Co.) one years; it is therefore or- es, Cake Bags, Gift Register American Red Cross, I wish NEW TELEPHONE quired to have a land fill to express appreciation to The SYSTE~ INSTALLED operation and the County is Prices, it appears, havedered by the Register that pub- Files for the Bride. Orders I For Complete and Safe Pest Control ")~ )/ lication be made in the Florala I Sarvice and free Termi te In Andalusia Star News, The faced with garbage pick up for heard that there's more room News, a newspaper published in must be placed in advance for spection all imprinted and engraved I Cell.OTTO. _ 8.,I Florala News, and The Opp AT LBW the rural areas. Residents of at the top. Covington County, Alahamaonce, items The Florala News, Tel- News, and their staffs, for their I~~ ~ splendid cooperation. With the A new telephone system be- the rural area will be required l~ a week for four consecutive ephone 8-0425 or 8-0077. to pay a garbage fee in the weeks, requiring the said Mar- help of the press, it is possible came effective at Lurleen B. form of purchasing bags that tha Bullock to plead, answerer for many people to read about Wallace State Junior College will be for sale in the county, demur to the Bill of Complaint IMPORTANT - Back issues of th " " Y j you have OFFICE SUPPLIES Red Cross Blood Program,on Monday, October 9. Florala, which has its own fee in this cause by the 5th day of The Florala News can be se- at you want done or need Florala News office~ H~ealth and Welfare Programs, According to LBW president system, will not be required to I~~-~n~l 1 December 1972, or in thirty days cured only when available and help dolng I have a plck-up partment for yoUr~ Sa'fety Programs, and Services Dr. William McWhorter, per- enter into this fee type system I~ thereafter a Decree Pro Con- a charge of 50 each will be truck, lawn mower, most tools items arriving r~" to Mflflary Families, to name sons calling the college may as will other cities who must fesso may be taken against him. charged for any papers more for yard work. Call 8-8504. will have the 19~ some of the Chapter activities, now dial one number to reach go to this in order to meet Done at office in Andalusia, than 4 weeks back. After copies DANIEL PETERSON. Satisfac- within a few' daYS'a anyone on the campus. A cen- this requirement. Ala., this the 29 day of Sept- of the papers are taken from the tion guaranteed.6-22-tf have what you ne~ Employees Of Dixon Plywood tral operator will answer all Mayor Evans gave a report ember, 1972. front office there will be the ex- it for you. have recently participated in calls and direct the caller to of the Recorders court which REAL ESTATE FOR SALE E.E. King, Register tra charge because of the time both Standard and Advanced the party he wishes to speak to. was held the first Saturday in I0-5-4tc involved in getting them . Please First Aid Courses with Lewis McWhorter stated that the new October where 7 cases were 48.5 acres beautiful land t FOR SALE V. Chesser doi~ his usual ex- system will serve all buildings heard and disposed of. Nowith nice home, Io- - LEGAL NOTICE " eachrememberwill bethatchargeda chargeforOf 50all gisterFOR THEFiles.BRIDELarge- GifRegisRe-_ nos from " cellent job as the Instructor. Standard and Advanced Certifi- cates were awarded to: William Benson, Mike Brown, Winton L. Bush, Danny Cooper, Thomas J. Davis, Jr., William P. Gantt, J. J. Hester, Eugene Nail, Wil- liam E. Godwin and Kenneth Straughn. In addition, Marcus Mclntyre and Lamar Thomas- son earned Standard certi- ficates. Congratulations to each of these'participants. Over 500 "Project Find" cards -- part of President Nix- on's program to seethat elderly people who need food as- sistance, receive it, have been received by the Chapter. Slightly less than half of these represented people who have al- ready applied for food as- sistance. All others are being contacted hy Chapter volun- teers. Miss Lillian Brawner, Andalusia, Mrs. Curtis Savage, Florala, and Mrs. Austin Davis. O9~, are coordinating the work. Thomas W. Carroll, Mrs. Law- rence Cater, Mrs. Charles Eu- gene Brawner, Mrs. W.R. Brooks, Miss Urea Knight, and Mrs. Eddie Simmons are as- sisting with this project. The Chapter appreciates a :roecent contribution received m Covington Industries, Inc., Opp, to he applied on the cost of the Multimedia First Aid Film secured by the Chapter. Many industries in Covington County are making use of this in giving Safety Training to their personnel. SELLARS CONTINUED FROM FRONT don, Mrs. Sellars has been an active participant in alumni ac- tivities. Recently, Mrs. Sellars was elected to membership in the In- ter-national Platform Asso- ciation in recognition of her con- tributions as a teacher, author, and lecturer, especially in the area of dance education and the development of a dance study program for the community dance school. At present Mrs. Sellars is a member of the American Aca- demy of Political and Social Science, the Metropolitan Mu- seum of Art, the National Mu- seum of National History, Del- ta Kappa Gamma international honor society for women edu- cators, and is founding member o! the National Historical So- ciety. She is listed in the Na- tional Register of Prominent and facilities on the LBW cam- 'pus. The number to dial in order to reach anyone at LBW is 222- 6591. All instructors, administra- tors and staff members have telephones in their offices to receive calls. Other extensions have been placed in various de- partments including the student center, college bookstore and library. - CARD OF THANKS - -Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sym- pathy and helped in the fur- nisMng and serving of foods following the death of our dear wife and mother, Mrs. Vassie McNeill. For the beautiful ser- vice, floral offerings, prayers and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. A special thanks to the Re- verend Freeman Williamson, Tim Willis and Jim Walker. May GOd richly bless each one is our prayer. Alfred McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Karl (Evelyn) Scott Mr. and Mrs Harold McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Manuel McNeill Mr. and Mrs. Floyn McNeill 10-12-1tc - CARD OF THANKS - We would like to ex- press our sincere thanks to our relatives, friends and neigh- hers for their kindness and com- fort shown during the loss of our mother. Your presence, your pray- ers, food and beautiful flo- wers greatly appreciated. Our thanks are also extended to the Reverend J. L. Har- ris, Reverend William Ap- lin and to the Evans Funeral Home. May GOd bless all of you. THE ELLA BRACKIN FAMILY 10-12-1tpd It's fine to think you are usually right, as long as you can keep it a secret. **** Just about anyone can tell you how the election is coming out in November. And there's the individual who talks, always, about his ailments, imaginary and be- loved. **** Good workers are always cases were continual.-[~ines in the amount of $190.00 were received by the recorder. Mayor Evans appointed the Firm of Strickland and Strick- land of Geneva, Alabama to audit the city books. Councilwoman Sybil Mickler gave a report from the police Department showing 15 arrests and also a report of inventory of the Police Department. Mickler reported that the uni- forms were in very poor shape with only one or two police- men with more than one uni- form. This is a very pressing need as well as the police cars which are in bad condition. Councilman Anderson gave a report from the Street and Garbage Department stating that an inventory is being made of the equipment owned by the city. Reports were also received from Councilwoman Chick Hut- chinson of Youth and Recreation and Councilman Harold Young on the Fire Department. No further business to be brought before this meeting it was adjourned. Attendance at this meeting was 36 visitors who were treated to colfee and cookies by the council. - LEGAL NOTICE - THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY CASE NO. 8801 IN CI~RCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY In Re: The Marriage of Myr- tice Pearl Smith VS. Wilburn Lee Smith In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of petitioner's Solici- tor that the Respondent is a non-resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the Re- spondent is of the ageoftwenty- one years it is therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Florala News a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said Wil- burn Lee Smith to plead, ans- wer~ or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 12 day of November 1972, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Alabama, this the 9 day of October, 1972. E. E. KING, REGISTER cared near center of acre- age. This property is 3 miles south of Florala on the Florala Crestview Hwy. 120 acre Farm with Home in the center. New 4 inch water well, priced to sell. Located just off Florala Samson Highway, half way between the two ~owns. 60 acres in pasture. 80 acres of good farm land, has 86 grown pecan trees, just of Florala Samson highway and about half way between towns. 4 to 5 acres located on Flo- rala Samson Highway. Se- ven miles east of Florala, just right to build a home on. Priced to sell. 2 Bedroom frame home on spacious lot located East Third St. Central Air con- ditioning and heating. Large pecan trees in yard and present owner will paint outside for new owner. Fi- nanced, small equity and lower than rent monthly payments. Three Bedroom dwellingon Lockhart Blvd., good loca- tion and ready to move in- to. The price is right. 3 Bedroom frame dwelling on East Third Ave. Priced to sell and owner will fi- nance to reliable buyer Commercial Building lo- cated in heart of downtown Florala, owner is retiring and will sell what inven- tory is left if needed, to go with building. Wilt fi-. nance to reliable buyer. Building located next to Great Day Discount Store. Small Commercial Build- ing located downtown Flo- rala. Location is close to A. B. C. Store. Will fi- nance. If you want to buy or sell call us. We will trade with you, or swap, or whatever you want to do with your property. Call us or see US. BURGESS REAL ESTATE 1413 East Fifth Ave Florala, Alabama 36442 Nite Phone Office Phone 8-3455 8-6404 9-0160 THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY CASE NO. 8769 IN CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT, RE : THE MARRIAGE OF Joe Siar 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 back issues of more than 3 to 4 weeks back of this news- paper. 7-20-tfc FOR RENT - Mobile home. 12 x 60, 2 bedrooms. Air con- ditioning with washing machine. Private lot on Florida Avenue Phone 8-3395. 9-21-ffc 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. IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, o~" water bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ala', or 493-4336 collect in Opp. FOR THE BRIDE - In stock "ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of- large and small Gift Register fers bonded and insured termite Files, Ring Bearer's Pillow, control. The number to call is Bridal Day Garter, Bridal Bi- 8-1765, Florala. 10-12-tfc ble. The Florala News. Kersey's Bonded Termile Co. Opp, Alabama TERMITE ANO HOUEEHOLD PEal CONTROL SERVIG'I.r ~,000 TERMITE WARFb~NW ~AY PHONE 493-4~)39 TELEPHONE COLLECT oPP, AI,~BAMA LOSE WEIGHT - with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Wa- ter pills. MOODY DRUG CO. 9-Zl-6tc STATEMENT OF OWNER- ~ WATER DEPARTMENT of the SHIP, MANAGEMENT AND Town of Paxton, Florida willac- CIRCULATION (Act of October cept bids for a one-half ton 23, 1962, Section 4369, Title pick-up truck. Specifications 39, United States Code) of The for truck may be obtained from Florala News, published weekly the Town Clerk. Bids must be at Florala, Alabama, dated Oc- tober I, 1971. The names of publisher, ed- itor and managing editor are: publisher, Lucile K. Woodham McRae, P. O. Box 467, Flo- rala, Alabama 36442. Owner: Lucile K. Woodham McRae, P. O. Box 467, Flo- rala, Alabama 36442. Known bondholders, mortga- gees, and other security hol- ders owning or holding I per- cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities - The Bank of Flo- rala. The average number of cop- ies of each issue of this pub- lication sold or distributed through the mails or otherwise during the 12 months preceding the date shown above was 2100. "I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and complete. Lucile K. Woodham McRae. I L __ LOST o Large light brown Shepherd female dog. Reward. Box 18-A Laurel Hill, Flori- da. Phone 7-2130. received by 12 noon, October 17, 1972. The Town Council re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. 10-5-2tc FOR SALE - 2 farms. 42 acres and 49 acres. Permanent pastures. Deep well pumps. Al- so land suitable for lots. J.T. HARPER, Hornhill Store. Phone 493-4906, Opp, Alabama. 10-5-2tpd NEW & USED Farm Tractors and equipment. LAMBERT TRACTOR CO. DeFuniak Springs. Phone 892-7414. 8-17-tic The entire stock and machin. ery of R. F. (Ferris) Andrews, Florala, Alabama. South Fifth Street; the only Shoe Shopthere, CHAIN SAW AND LAWN OWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAW is for sale. The above descrihed may :Woodrow Adams seen on Friday and Saturday of each week until further no- SALES AND SERVICE tice. PAXTON, FLORIDA 7-27-tfc _ I I II I I I TODAY APPLUUKE SERVICE PACTORY TRAINED AND AUTHORIZD TECHNICIANS FOR ADMIRAL WHIRLPOOL E~ERSON PHILC,O KELVlNATOR WESTINGHOUSE "t ~" HAR DWlCK G.E. *" WtZ.ZARD NOT POINT - c.-,,-.. CALL 8 S8..7800e I~l)'rl) ~ fifty 147-1A FLORALA. ~t LABAM& Rebuilts, trade Spinets. Just $195.00 and up. niture co., Everg ENGRAVING ins - the cludes Calling flattens Invitations, Co Sl'mPathy Business graved Napkins, Business Letterheads. ring for all your orders News. Allow delivery. FOR gALE 14 Boat rude motor starter. Only time. DAD and WILT