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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. "t USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 8 "BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW" DEMOCRAT AGAIN I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EACH OF YOU for the won- derful vote you gave me on September 12 and October 3. AGAIN I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EACH CANDIDATE of the first two primaries for the manner in which they conducted themselves. Throughout both campaigns there was no mud slinging. NOW WE ARE COMING DOWN TO THE GENERAL ELECTION on November 7 and the politically appointed sheriff and his buddy, Mr. Hubbard of Radio Station WGTX have jumped on me with both feet. In his program awareness, he stated a candidate for sheriff, if and when he was elected, would prevent him from seeing the re- cords of the Sheriff's office and was telling this all over the county and was misleading the people. IF MR. CAMPBELL OR MR. HUBBARD can prove that at any- time or anywhere I have said or stated I would prevent anyone from seeing the records of the Sheriff's office, I will resign from the Sheriff's race. AT THE BEGINNING OF MY CAMPAIGN I stated to Mr. Hubbard of Radio Station WGTX, that I was OPPOSED to printing or broad- casting any person's name before their conviction and at the end of the campaign I will feel the same way. IN MR. CAMPBELL'S AD in the local paper he stated, Be Informed, Do Not Be Mislead. He said this is the first time in the history of Walton County that all deputy sheriffs have reached the high standards set by the Florida Police Standards Board. When the late Sheriff Howard "Andy'" Anderson passed away all five of his field deputies had reached these high standards set by the Florida Standards Board. I even have a certificate from this Police Standard Board. I wonder if Mr. Campbell can say the same. ON NONE OF MY ADS OR CARDS have I said that Mr. Campbell had deputies that were under 21 years old, but now that he's men- tioned it in his ad I'm afraid some of them in the past few months have been awfully close to that age. MR. CAMPBELL stated that the County Jail is maintained by the County Commissioners. This is true, but it is his duty and responsibility to keep it clean and decent. HE STATED THAT HIS DEPARTMENT had arrested as high as thirty-six people at one time for beer and drug violations. He failed to tell how many of these'people were convicted, or how many were turned loose for the lack of evidence. I WANT THE PEOPLE OF WALTON COUNTY to know that l have never mislead or misinformed any one to my knowledge. If it took this to be elected to any office ! wouldn't be campaign- ing today. 1 WANT AND NEED YOUR VOTE on November 7. ! need you and your friends talking for me now. From the bottom of a grate- ful heart I want to say, THANK YOU THE FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 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 to appear to the Register by affi- davit of petitioner's Attorney that the Defendant is a non- resident of Alabama, and that her post office address is un- known, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore or- dered by the Register that pub- lication be made in the Florala News, a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecutive weeks, requiring the said Mar- tha. Bullock to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 5th day of December 1972, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Con- fesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 29 day of Sept- ember, 1972. E. E. King, Register 10-5-4tc THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY CASE NO. 8801 IN CIRCUIT 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 pest office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said affiant, the Re- spondent is of the age of twenty- 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 10-12-4tc ESTATE OF JAMES ELLIS SCARBOROUGH, DECEASED PROBATE COURT Letters Testamentary on the Will of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 17th day of October, 1972, by the Hon. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Cov- ington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowedby law or the same will be barred. Rebecca Gibson Scarborough 10-26-3tc ESTATE OF MARGARET MANNING, DECEASED PROBATE COURT Letters of Administration of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 13th day of October, 1972, by the Hon. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. E. D. Manning, Sr. 10-26-3tc THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY PROBATE COURT In the Matter of the Estate of George McBryan, Deceased. Letters Testamentary as Ex- ecutor of the Will of George Me- Bryan, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned on the 10th day of October, 1972 by the Hon. Leland Enzor, Judge of Probate of said County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said es- tate are hereby required to pre- sent the same within the time al- lowed by law, or the same will be barred. Dazzle McBryan 10-26-3tc An Ordinance regulating the practices associated with plumbing, electricity, building, gas, and fire within the cor- porate limits of the City of Florala, Alabama, to insure that these practices are in accor- dance with the codes described herein. These descriptions contain the purpose and scope of each code, three complete co- pies of which are on file in the office of the Florala City Clerk. The codes contain provisions for Inspection, Issuance of Permits, Collection of Inspection Fees, Issuance of Installation, Repair, and Maintenance Licenses, Penalties for the Violation of this Ordinance and The Repeal of all Conflicting Ordinances. SOUTHERN STANDARD PLUMBING CODE 1967 Edition - Revised 1971 This code is hereby declared to be remedial, and shall be construed to secure the bene- ficial interest and purposes thereof, which are health, sani- tation, general public safety and welfare, by regulating installa- tion and maintenance of all plumbing. The provisions of this code shall apply to every plumbing installation, including altera- tions, repairs, replacement, equipment, appliances, fixtures, fittings, and/or appurtenances thereto, and/or when connected to the water or sewerage sys- tem. SOUTHERN STANDARD BUILDING CODE 1969 Edition Revised 1971 This code is hereby declared to be remedial, and shall be construed to secure the benefi- cial interests and purposes thereof--which are publicsaf- ety, health, and general wel- fare-through structural strength, stability, sanitation, adequte light and ventilation, and fundamental code requirements which shall be observed dur- ing the installation of any con- sumer's gas piping and gas ap- pliances. Responsibility for ob- serving these requirements shall rest with the installing ag- ency. In applying these stan- dards, reference should also be made to the manufacturer's in- structions, gas company regu- lations, and local building, heat- ing, plumbing or other cooes in effect in the area in which the installation is made. The text represents basic Code Requirements of the South- ern Standard Gas Code govern- ing the installation of con- sumer's gas piping and gas ap- pliances. These requirements apply to gas piping systems ex- tending from the point of deliv- ery to the inlet connections of appliances, and the installation and operation of residential and commercial gas appliances. They are intended to cover the design, fabrication, installation, tests and operation of such sys- tems for fuel gases such as na- tural gas, manufactured gas, lndiluted liquefied petroleum gases, liquefied petroleum gas- air or mixtures thereof. They are not intended to cover sys- tems or portions of systems supplying equipment engineer- ed, designed and installed for specific manufacturing, produc- tion processing and power gen- with this intent. The provisions shall apply existing existing condi compliance this code shall bel continue not constitute to life or inion of the Department. Nothing shall be to the transport~ cle or thing jurisdiction of ance with the scribed by the Transportation ( applying to the n~ of the United All matters of this code not by this code sonable safety property. the Fire Edition of 1970, the American clarion shall be e~ pliance with this ADOPTED THIS ~.3 DAY 1972. cITY q By Authenticated by: Betty R. Hooten erating applications, such as City Clerk large and high pressure boil- ers, melting and treating furnaces, production ovens, etc., or for public utility piping in gas distribution and trans- mission systems, in gas com- pressing stations and in gas processing plants. ANS NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE I968 The purpose of this Code is the practical safe-guarding of per- sons and of buildings and their contents from hazards arising from the use of electricity for light, heat, power, radio, sig- DEAR nailing and for other purposes. MAN: This Code contains basic your attention a m~ minimum provisions considered concern to me necessary for safety. Compli- Alabamians whO ance therewith and proper main- through business tenance will result in an instal- This is the matter lation essentially free from ha- been called the zard, but not necessarily effi- burden" created cient, convenient, or adequate eral Government. for good service or future ex- to tell you what pansion of electrical use. me. It costs me Hazards often occur because per year just of overloading ofwiringsystems forms by methods or usage not incon-, Government. I formity with the Code. This oc- i regardless of curs because initial wiring did my business not provide for increases in use It is hard SENATOR lwould in business strangled by pal costs relating told that it co: nesses across the 18 billion dollars' to fill out formS! of electricity. For this reason it is recommended that the ini- tial installation be adequate and that reasonable provisions for system changes be made as may be required for future in- crease in the use of electricity. This code is not intended as a design specification nor an in- struction manual for untrained your interest in small businessn~an' jobs he provid, persons, you to do It covers the electric conduc- hate federal red safety to life and property from tors and equipment installed Mobile fire and other hazards in- within or on public and private cident to the construction, al- buildings and other premises, teration, repair, removal, de- including yards, carnival and molition, use and occupancy of parking lots, and industrial sub- buildingsp structures~ or pre- stations; also the conductors mises, that connect the installations to The provisions of this code a supply of electricity, andothez shall apply to the construction, outside conductors adjacent to alteration, repair, equipment, the premises; also mobile use and occupancy, location, maintenance, removal and de- molition, of every building or structure or any appurtenances connected or attached'to such buildings or structures. No provision of this code shall be held to deprive any federal or state agency, or any appli- homes and travel trailers. FIRE PREVENTION CODE 1970 Edition It is the intent of this code to prescribe regulations con- sistent with nationally recog- nized good practice for the safe- guarding to a reasonable degree cable governing body having of life and property from the ha- jurisdiction, of any power or an- , zards of fire and explosion aris- thority which it had on the ef- ing from the storage, handling, fective date of this act or of any remedy then existing for the enforcement of its orders, nor shall it deprive any indi- vidual or corporation of its le- gal rights as provided by law. SOUTHERN STANDARD GAS CODE 1969 Edition Revised 1971 Installation of Consumer's Gas Piping and Gas Appliances Under this caption appear the and use of hazardous sub- stances, materials and devices, and from conditions hazar- dous to life or property in the use or occupancy of buildings or premises. Compliance with standards of the American In- surance Association or theNa= tional Fire Protection Associa- tion or other approved nationally recognized safety standards shall be deemed to be prima facie evidence of compliance SPARKMAN: As under a 1942 la~ of Mana the res forms. They a powered to hold on the paperwork experienced by To date it has correct the of complaints Senate Small tee decided to on the proble. are helping us gislative which should be sideration early session of Congr DEAR SENAT' MAN: I was that the new now a money and that it from CongresS. it loses money. S. R., Birmingh SPARKMAN: Postal Service dollars in the fiscal year. Th~ of this had to an appropriation 000 by Congress. P. O. BOX 382 PHONE 8°0 NEW OFFICE NOW OPEN ON 5TH STREET WHY RENT: WHEN YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME FOR LESS THAN WHAT YOU ARE PAYING NOW. THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY APPROXI- MATELY ONE-HALF OF YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT UNDER THE 235 PRO- GRAM IF YOU ACT NOW! DIVORCEES, WIDOWS, LARGE FAMILIES AND YOUNG COUPLE~ ARE ELI" GIBLE TO QUALIFY. PAY $5(1.00 DOWN AND $150.00 WHEN YOU MOVE IN YOUR NEW HOME. HOMES ARE BRICK AND HAVE 1~ aATH, WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS, PAVED DRIVEWAYS, BUILT,IN STOVES, CENTRAL AIR AND HEAT, AHD MANY O'I'HER FINE FEATURES. WE HAVE FARMERS HOME LOAN, V.A., F.H.A., AND C, )NVENTIoNAL LOANS TO OFFER.