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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1974 rial was in the Chapel Hill Ce- metery with Evans Funeral Home directing. Professor Named To ADAMS Personalities Adams, age age 3, months, died automobile-truck Samson. They of 121 South for the her husband, Dr. Nell Clark, associate pro- fessor of education at Columbus College, wilt be included in the 1975 edition of "Personalities of the South", according to an announcement by the American Biographical Institute. ReeenUy appointed to serve of Samson; as coordinator of staff develop- Adams ment for Columbus College, Dr. Also surviving 'Clark also works withtheGeor- three sisters, gia State Department of Educa- andMrs, tion in aiding local school sys- of Bartow, terns to implement staff a Logue of development programs. brothers, Ja-Dr. Clark was included in and Danny of Lake Wales, were held from Evans With the Rev- Jenkins and Ltin~. Bu- the 1974 editions of "Outstand- ing Educators of America and Leaders in Education" He is married to the former Floretta Glass, daughter of Mrs. F. L. Glass, Greenville, Ala- bama. The Clark's are former residents of Florala. A I1 Homemakers By Susan Sullivan USEFUL KIND OF stop to think about most useful kinds can improve any top leaf table. They m almost any area people often nking on where only of a small the table can leaves down to day, and then at dinner leaf tables can be m other rooms and and distinctive- tables are so use- more floor space. the extra space you can put the leaves more area in the room and when the for a bigger table put the leaves up and a new table like magic. manufacturers are making more leaf tables than ever before. You can square ones, oval ones or just about to fill your needs. is not to over look all the pos- drop leaf tables can give you. The next shopping, be sure to consider E, FLORIDA STEW - LB." BACKBONE LB. STEAK LB. STEAK LB. PAGE 9 God in Florala was in this week and stdd they are putting on the roof to their new Sunday School rooms and Fellowship Hall. CARD OF THANKS cial "--,v They are real workers andwe salute them, also. gB ~!~ We wish to thank everyone WE HAD PLANNED to do a feature on the painters who came for your kindness and for the A four-step appeals process "But those who don't ask for sentative, according to Kilpat- into town weeks ago but they just got started good painting the prayers, covered dishes and the is available to people dissatis- the first review step -- recon- rick. fronts of downtown businesses andvanished, beautiful floral offering and for fled with SocialSecurityAdmin- sideration -- have no further The Federalsupplementalse- They painted the fronts of Quida's Cloth Shop, Christo's 5 each expression of sympathy istration decisions on sup- appeal rights," he said. curlty income program is run .& 10, Dan 'n Lad Men's Store, Moody Drug Company and had extended to us during the death plemental security income pay- People questioning a supple- hy the Social Security Adminis- contracted with Wayland Harrison at Burgess Harrison to paint of our loved one, Eric Barnes. ments, according to Vernon A. mental security income deci- tration, an agency of the U.S. the business, his home and homes of both his and Jeanette's The Family Kilpatrick, social security man- sion don't have to attend or have Department of Health," Educa- parents, left town and haven't been heard from since. They even 10-224-1tlXl ager in Andalusia. a representative attend the re- tion, and Welfare. The Anda- brought the paint and left it with Wayland and he gave them a The supplemental security in- views and hearings. However, lusia social security office is check for that and was expecting them the next week to begin LEGAL NOTICE come program provides monthly they can attend and have a law- at 408 South ThreeNotchStreet. painting. What happened - we don't know. checks for people with little or ,er or other qualified repre- The phone number is WX-6300. Anyway it sure is nice to have the four businesses with a no income and limited resourc- _ fresh coat of paint - just wish they would have stayed with us General Motors Acceptance es who are 65 or over or blind - [] r~ _- - and contracted with the businesses needing a face-lifting else- Corporation will sell at Public or disabled. News of Interest By Merle Woodham where in town. Sale for cash on November 5, Persons who get notice that The same crew painting some 30 or more businesses in Opp 1974, at Radcliff Chevrolet, they're ineligible or who think and when I read the account in the Opp News, I thought, boy Inc., Andalusia, Ala., the fol- the amount of their monthly wouldn't it be nice if they could get a campaign going like that lowing: supplemental security income Old(,try "o inF|orala. It nearly happened. Maybe next year?? onel974Chevlmp5500 payment is wrong can ask first GMAC reserves the right to for a reconsideration, Kilpat- bid at such sale. The celia- rick said. teral involved is presently stor- "They have 30 days from the ed and may be seen at Rad- date tbey receive their originalsupplemental security income Needs Spotlight decision notice to ask for a re- " Poll General Motors Accept Corp consideration," he said. C e 1819,-6979,8 A reconsideration is a com- plete review, usually made by It was called to my attention at Friday night's homecoming LEGAL NOTICE someone in the social security game that a spotlight is desperately needed ~ the north end of General Motors Acceptance office who didn't take partintbe the football field so that the raising of the beloved American Corporation will sell at Public original decision-- or by the Flag can be seen and enjoyed to the fullest by those of us who Sale for cash on November 4, Alabama State Disability De- attend the home football games. Nineteen arrests were made 1974, at RadcliffChevrolet,An- terminationmedical issue.Unit if there's a It truly is dark on that end of the football field and when during the past week - one for dalusia, Ala. the following: Troop 1, Boy Scouts of America, raise the flag, it really is a running a stop sign; one, no 1979, Chevrolet Vega "Those who,disagree with shame that they cannot be seen. Except to.know that the flag drivers license, 4 on assault GMAC reserves the rightto the reconsideration decision pole is in that direction,'one would never know what is going on. and battery; 2 forimpropertag; bid at such sale. The celia- have 30 days to ask for a hear- In a time in our history when there are those who tend to I for having no tag; 6 for DWI; teral involved is presently stor- ing before an official of the desecrate the flag of these United States of America, I think it 1 for possession of stolen pro- ed and may be seen at Rad- Bureau of Hearings and Appeals would be a grand gesture if the Quarterback Club or other civic perry; and 3 for using vehicle cliff Chevrolet, Andalusia, Ala- of the Social Security Adminis- club or organization could see fit to provide a spotlight for this without owners consent,bama. tration," Kilpatrick said. The hearing is usually held in the purpose. Officer Dwight Evans wishes General Motors Acceptance i to convey his appreciation to the Corporation city where the social security LOT OF BUILDINGGOING ON young people for their excellent 1341-67951 office handling the supplemen- It sure is good to see additions to homes on East Fifth Avenue, LITTLE MICHAEL, the behavior at the dance recently .... talcated.security income case is lo- new churches going up, others adding on, and new homes being world's best known 6-year-old held at the Florala Recreational People who disagree with the completed. evangelist and gospel singer, Center. He said the atmos- MORTGAGE hearing decision have 30 days Our neighbors, the Wilson Jones, are adding a big new game and the famous singing Lord phere was good and there was room. Their workers put us to sleep at night and wake us up in family, will be featured in spa- no hint of trouble. Also, Evans to ask for a review by the Ap- the morning with their saws and hammers, btut we don't mind at cial services Friday andSatur- said he would like to commend FORECLOSURE ' peals Council, which has of- all. Just makes us feel good to see the building going on with all day, October 9.5 and 26 at 7:00.. the drivers on East Fifth Ave- rices in Philadelphia, Atlanta, the talk of recession, depression, etc. Chicago, Dallas, and San Fran- Would you believe that with all this perfectly beautiful weather, p.m. in the old National Guard nue for their much improved di- NOTICE cisco. "The Appeals Council the only night that it rained, tbatwasthe night that the Jones work Armory, Florala, Alabama. cipline in controlling their decides whether it will review Little Michael (Michael Lord, speed when coming to and from crew left off the plastic protective cover and drapes, carpets, Jr.) is the son of Mr. and Mrs. work. He said very few tic- Default having been made in i a supplemental security in- beds andpractically everything else at the Jones home was soaked. Michael Lord of Columbus, Ga. kets are being given now for the terms of a mortgage exe- come hearing decision," Kilpa- For their misfortune, we are truly sorry. trick said. "If it decides to Our daughter, Sonya said, "Mama why are the Jones building yearand haSrecordingbeen signedcontractto a five-by speeding, cutedVera Jeter,bY DirltoJeterFirstandFederalWtfe, review a case, persons involved a game room? Gary (their son) is gone and they don't have any "Sounds of America, Inc.,"a CONTINUATION Savings and Loan Association can ask to appear before the other children." I told her that they had just reached the stage Tennessee corporation, specia- of Andalusia, Alabama, a cor- Appeals Council and make oral in life when they could play and they were buildini~ it for them- lining in custom gospelrecord- ganization, poration, on 9,0th day of July , arguments." selves - Jean and Bean! It is hard for children to realize that ing, with headquarters in At- Perry is married to the for- 1970, which said mortgage is Those who disagree with the adults enjoy games, too. And, too, they probably hope for grand- lanta. Michael is one of the mer Judy Houston ofTroy, Ala- recorded in the Office of the Appeals Council decision have children - someday. As for myself, with four children, I don't youngest gospel singers in the hama. They have two children, Judge of Probate of Coving- 60 days to file suit in a Fed- see much hope. Wedding bells don't seem to be in view for nation and the youngest artist Matthew, age 4, and Ruth 9.. ton County, Alabama, in Real eral district court, any of mine. They purchased the Ed Lord Property Book 635 at pages "You can get information ever signed by the firm. .~ Little Michael began singing home on North Sixth Street and 48-49, and said default con- have it about ready for settling tinuing, we, the undersigned, about the four review steps by SINCE Q. P. AND ALICE FLOURNOY have movedback to make when he was only two years old down. as Attorneys for First Fed- calling, writing, or visiting any their home with his mother, Mrs. Bessie Flourn0Y, they are with "The Americans", a group social security office," Kilpat- building a big new addition at the rear of their home on East formed by his parents. He will Milner and Judy come to us eral Savings and Loan Asso- rick said. "The steps must be Fifth Avenue. preach on "The Mike Douglas from Eufaula. We welcome elation of Andalusia, Alabama, havetaken toin take°taler'all bUtfour.yOu Somed°n't Larry is all the time telling me something ha saw Q. P. doing T. V. Progra~n" on December them and hope their days here a corporation, will sell at pub- people may want to stop the re- early in the morning as he leaves for his work in DeFuniak 18 and is believed to be the will he happy ones. lic outcry to the highest hidder Springs. ' He asked me why did I think he was so attracted to what youngest preacher ever to - for cash, in front of the Court- view after ardconsiderationde- Q. P. was doing. I told him that he just envied his being re- preach on national T.V. CARD OF THANKS house door of the Covington cision, for example, tired and being able to do as he pleased - his mowing, pruning k real treat will await you County, Courthouse in A~&~ trees, trimming the sidewalk, (Larry said, "Why, he was up a on October 25 and 26 when this ' I would like t~o ~ess ~ iusia,, Alabama, bet~e CLASS MEETS WITH tree one morning") painting and fixing up the old home place, young man and his family will sincere gratitude to all those legal house of s~le/Otft~T~~ These are all the things Larry would like to do and can't, at who sent cards and best wish- day of November 1974, the fol- ' MRS. ADA SMITH his leisure, that is. appear in Florala. es during my recent stay in lowing described property sit- I told him that maybe one day he could retire while he was the hospital due to an auto- uated in Covington County, Ala- still young and full of life and vigor, like his friend, Q.P. mobile accident, bama, to-wit: Flournoy. Lois Geohagan Afford Lots 5 and 6, Block 39., It surely is good to have them back in Florala. I enjoy their I0-224-ItcGarrett Addition to the With the nippy cold of Wed-many activities as I pass that way, too. I|I - il | I II [ tonCitYcounty,°f Florala,Alabama.Coving- nesday afternoon, those who JIM AND SUSAN SULLIVAN are practically ready to move ~ ~1 ~ Said sale is made for the answered the roll call of the in their new home on the Opp highway. Susan told me several ~ ~]r~l~ ~J~ purpose of paying the mort- Church,"L°ts" wereClasS'invitedFirst toBavtistthe won'tWeeksbeag°fartheYaway.Were ready to put down carpet. So, moving day South Fifth Street Florala, Alab~ma 36442 pensesgage debtor foreclosing,and Costs andinclud.ex- home of president Mrs. Viva One day we will have to get out and do a special on aH these ' ing a reasonable attorneys' fee. Smith, who welcomed each new additions. Just behind the Sullivans, the James McPhails LARRY K. WOODHAM ....... PUBLISHER-EDITOR of them and invited them into are enjoying a new home. Tipler, Fuller& Barnes her home. WE ARE SO HAPPY for the Grace Baptist, with the progress , MERLE WOODHAM ........ ASSOCIATE EDITOR .Attorneys For First The meeting was opened withthey have made in recent weeks, they will be worshipping in a Federal Saving-s And prayer by Mrs. Plant who was new church before long. Their building program has been SUBSCRIPTION RATES Loan Association of called on by Mrs. Smith who" slow.I feel sure they are using the "pay as you go" plan and Covington County, Alabama .............. Andalusia, Alabama, A presided. $5.25 Minutes were read hy these- that can be time consuming. Corporation. The blonde brick they have chosen for the exterior certainly Elsewhere in Alabama ....... . ......... $6.00 cretary and approved as read; are nice. Other States business was brought up and ........................ $6.00 By W. Sidney Fuller Of Counsel for Said Mortagee, disposed of after discussions BROTHER RAYMOND TAYLOR of The First Assembly of Established In 1900 published Weekly On Thursday 10-10-Jtc being entered into and final decisions were made. MissAr- I II I rie Geohagan "passed around C|a88 Moot8 the hat" and collected for the class treasure. Mrs. Linnie Harrison took With Mrs. over at this time and gave a very informative program on Aria Smith "Eve, the first woman of the Bible". After prayer by Friday afternoon all the re- Mrs. l~achael Peacock, teach- gular members gathered at L B. er, the group was invited into Mrs. Ada Smith's home for their the dining area where tables regular member. NECK BONES were set with delicious refresh- For the opening Mrs.Gamble FOR SALE - 2 V.W. tires and FOR SALE.-2 wheel trailer. 1 only. Black vinyl traditional 9, only- po-llte in pecan fln- ments of plum pudding top- led in prayer with short dis- wheels, like new. 1 - 600x15, Good t~iler - almost new. 7 loveseat. Reg. $179.95 - Now ish slightly damaged. Reg. L B. pad with whipped cream, cheese cussions. ' curls, roasted nuts and piping Mrs. Margie McLain read the 1-560x15, $15.00 each. Phone fl- ~" in. long. 3 ft. deep, $149.95. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., $99.95 - Now $39.00. 8 a.m. hot coffee. Though it is some- scripture and all were asked 8-4240. 4 ft. 1 in. wide. 3 almost Monday through Saturday. to 5 p.m., Monday through time yet until Christmas, the to give any testimony they 10-224-1tpd new tires. Made of metals. GUNTER -DUNN, FLORALA, Saturday. GUNTER - DUNN See or call 8-3196. P.A. ALABAMA. FLORALA, ALABAMA. L B. "Plum Pudding" in all of its would, some responding. The Tatum. !O-24-1te I0-9,4-Itc goodness made those present meeting was closed with sen- 10-24-2tpd wish the time could be hurried tence prayer by each. It0AST up so we could feast again on Miss VeraWhiddonmostgra-~ ~~ ~ ~ I only. Sleeper-Sofa, birdprint. FOR SALE- one 15 cubic I B. this traditional food. Those ciously thanked the Lord for Sofa by day. Reg. size bed at foot upright freezer, in good d ti night. Reg. $9-69.95, NOW - condition. $150.00. Call 8- present were Mrs. Spicer, Mrs.Plant, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. dicatedbeingass°ciatedwithsuchade'group and thanked the. Move To NewLoca on $9'19.95. 8 a.m. to 5:30p.m., 8223after 5:00p.m. Manning, Mrs. Donaldson, Lord for the group's concern Monday through Saturday. 10-24-1tpd ' MEAT LB. Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. in her behalf. When Miss Whid- GUNTER - DUNN, FLORALA, i Hedge, Mrs. Holley, Mrs. Mat- don was not present at the be- DUANE'$ BOD Y SHOP ALABAMA. FOR RENT- in the New Hir- er half CUT & WRAPPED hews, Mrs. Peacock, MissGeo- ginning of the meeting, con- 10-9,4-1tc mony Community Center about ~F hagan, Mrs. Smith and Miss cerned members all went to ' L B. Whiddon. her home to find out the pro- BEHIND BISHOPS GRAB-A-SAK so acres of land in cultivation. 6.9. acres of peanut allotment. ! blem. They found her resting Paxton, Florida 1 only. 4 piece oak finish Phone 834-3283. JohnB. and asleep, and brought her bedroom suite chest. Reg. Greer. CARD OF THANKS baCkThosetO thepresentmeeting wereaS shewaS.Mrs. "COMPLETE BODY WORK~ to 5:30 p.m., Monday through L B. The family of Elizabeth Ad- Gamble, Mrs. Clarice Martin, Saturday. GUNTER - DUNN, HOLMES PECAN COMPANY - ,W HOLE H0G ams and sons wishes to express Mrs. MattieHarvard, andvisi- AND PAINTING V FLORALA, ALABAMA. ~i their gratitude to the many tor from Florida, Mrs. Anise 10-9,4-1tc Will buy pecans. Highest cash prices - all varieties of pa- L B friends and neighbors for their Harper, Miss Vera Whiddon, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cans. Located it Tom Jones " kindness and sympathy during Mrs. Ada Smith, Mrs. Margie the death of our loved one. Let McLain. Visitors included Mrs. old Auto Parts store. Phone ' CLOSED 4:30 P.M. CALL IN ORDERS MAY us thank you for all the flowers, Harvard's sister, Mrs. Gladys 4 piece king size bedroom 8-2351. ~ '.KED UP UNTIL '7:00 P.M. food, visits, calls, and prayers. Jackson, Mrs. Madden, Mrs. NATIONWIDE DETECTIVES -DRAPERIES AND "BEDsuite in peacn finish. Reg. I0-24-4tc We especially want to thank Harper's mother, and Mrs. Husband and wife problems, SPREADS, direct home factory. $449.95. Now $369,95. 8 a.m. Smyrna Baptist Church, Cha- FlosSie Belcher, Ada's sister- child custody, divorce and We make to measure for those to 5:30 p.m., Monday through SPECIAL (4 DAY) BANNER ~i Is The 0nly Plant ,,, Hill Baptist Church, and In-law. court cues, etc. Strictly odd size windows. DRAPERY Saturday. GUNTER- DUNNPRICES: (7)Lamps- $5.95; Evans Funeral Home. May confidential. Call collect (9.05) OUTLETS EVERGREEN AND FLORALA, ALABAMA. (4) 8-Track Players - 139.95; -.h Walton. ,;roun'" ~o,~ richest blessings be 4794543. No Obligations. ENTERPRISE. 10-224-1tc (9)Sew Cabinets- $49.95; (6) yours. PERSONAL 10-3-tic 9-12-tfc New Singer Sews - $59.95; (5) 10-24-1tpd Name Brand Vacs - $59.95; (3) Stereo Components - $99.95; Marine Pvi. Bobble Smith, FLORIDA NINETY STRAW- FOR SALE: 9, JohnDeerecom- (2) Stereo Consoles - $109.95; . . .. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jordan BERRIES - - Fresh vigorous FRESH HOMEGROWN VEGET-hines. 1-95, 1-55; running (8) New B.R. Suites - $119.95; . Smith, Jr., of 1910 Washing- plants. Limited amount. Ob- ABLES DAILY- turnip greens, everyday. Call McDanielBros. (6) New L.R. Suites - $99.95; Sdh Produ U .,d tonAve.,Florala, Ala.,report- talnable now at FARMERS sEED mustard, okra, corn, tomatoes, Ranch 4-5152 and 8-0355. (7) Mattress & Box Springs- ed for duty with the ~-nd Marine STORE, Florala. Plant now and potatoes, cucumbers, canta-' I0-17-22tc $59.95; (9.) Bassett Recliners - cts ~ er [t,s not considered the Division at the Marine Corps pick berries the first of Janu- lopes, watermelons, peaches, Cash or ,,1= ,, ,- ,,Wah0= Con uI~v polite thing to do to shoot Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. ar)~, if protected from frost many others. Florala Curb FOR SALE: Fresh green peas at:$79"95"UNITED FREIGHTEZsALES,terms n hunting companions, but it A 1974 graduate of Florala wlth straw. Market. Olene Shealy, owner for your freezer. Phone J.P. 151'I S. Oates St., Dothan, AIa- happens this time of year. High School, he joined the Ma- 10-17-tfc and 0pdrator. Phone 8-9000. McGee 8-6561. hama. Open daily 9 til 6. rine Corps in June 1974. 9-5-tfc I0-17-2tc 9-12-tfc