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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. %EIK D oDOeTeB ERNA26N,, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, PAGE 9 SMI TH - PERSONALS - be held 29, at the Church Rev. Larry student at at the hour. The are Mr. F. Smith, Philip Howell at the service. The student Montgo- Parents are Howell Sunday even- cea covered held in the ;at 5:30 oe E. Bates, s plans to services ~,Young men a Friends regret to learn that G. V. Gamble was injured last week when a cow hit him on one side throwing him about ten feet. The cow was running and when he attended to stop her she ran into him from the side where she had a blind eye and apparently did not see him. He has been confined to his home since the accident with a broken rib and chest injuries. He is "Painfully" getting along nicely, according to his wife, Alberta, painfully improving, she says. Capt and Mrs. David B. Chance of Fort Benning, Geor- gia, are spending this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bryant of Rose Hill and Frances Chance of Route One, Florala, before going to their new assignment at Fort Polk, La. Mrs. H. D. Willbanks of Queen City, Texas, visited Mrs. C. M. Chance and Frances several days last week. i!~i!iiiiii!i ~il;iiiii!!~!il ii!! P. M. Chance of Mobile, spent Monday with Mrs. C. M. Chance and Frances. ~ii!iFiii~iii:~i!iiii!i;i~ Watchers are Over 30 en- some ab- the total Will meet Mon- 30, at the in- lrst Baptist and others becoming to be there Weighed and Lecture Thomas Harper recently re- turned from a trip abroad. He spent three weeks studying at the University of Caen (France), after which he visited in Lon- don and Paris. Mr. Harper returned to New York on the SS France. Before continuing to Florala, he visited friends in Washington, D. C. **** Dreams are not what suc- cessful businesses are made of, unfortunately. ENTERPRISE - TOP BEAUTIES AT ENTERPRISE STATE., Debbie Boyd, center, Enterprise, was named ',Miss ESJC;" Ann Riddle, Geneva, left, was First Runner up; and Donna LaMara, Geneva, Second Runner up; in the Eighth Annual Beau- ty Review at Enterprise State Junior College, Thursday night, October 12, 1972. THE WItlTE HOUSE WA ,~HINGTON October 17, 1972 Dear Red: As you near the end of what I know must have been an arduous and challenging campaign, I want tu take this opportunity to wish you the best on November 7th. Because of your dedicated service to the Nation as Postmaster General, I am sure that the people of Alabama will give you their vote of confidence on Election Day. I particularly want to express my deep appreciation to you for your accomplishments while you were a member of my Cabinet and during the reorganiza- tion of your department. America needs your leadership in the Senate. With your help we can make unprecedented progress toward the great goals of our new American majority -- peace at home and abroad for generations to come, a new prosperity without inflation, and the opportunity for every American to see the American dream come true in his own life. I look forward to working with you in making the next four years among the best in America's history. Sincerely, Honorable Winton M. Blount Post Office Box 4444 Montgomery, Alabama 36104 1 I~11' fill Adv. ILOUNT FOR IENATI~ Committee. Frank M. Bainbrid~, Chairman. |trmin{lham "TRICK OR TREAT!" **** It would be nice if every citizen would do as Boy Scouts try to do--help some- one, or do someone a favor, every day. Do You? **** Always remember, if' you would be considered wise, that your opinions are of small importance t~> anyone except yourself. JOB OPPORTUNITY - Applica- tions are being taken for Flo- rala Street Department fore- man. Anyone interested in the place should get an application from City Hall. ' 10-26-1tpd GIRLS AND WOMENS SLACKS- New fall colors in all sizes. Selling for $8.00 everywhere else. Friday and Saturday only at EVANS' $4.88. Limit of two pairs, please. 10-19-1tpd BAY AREA HOMES - Will build FHA-VA and 235. Brick homes on your lot or ours. Call TOMMY BISHOP. Phone 8-0875. 10-26-1tpd NOTICE - I will not be res- ponsible for any debts made by anyone other than myself. E.B. PICKRON. 10-~.6-4tpd FOR SALE - 2 houses. One with combination grocery on 13 1/2 acres land. 4 miles East on Florala - Samson High- way. WOOTEN'S GROCERY. Phone 8-5145. 10-19-2tpd WANTED -Any job you have that you want done or need help doing. I have a pick-up truck, lkwn mower, most tools for yard work. Call 8-8504. DANIEL PETERSON. Satisfac- tion guaranteed. 6-22-tf ENGRAVING - Genuine Engrav- ing - the finest in America. In- cludes Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Informals, Birth Announcements, Dance and Tea Invitations, Cocktail Invitations, S:'mpathy Acknowledgements, Business Announcements, En- graved Monogram Stationery, Napkins, Wedding Accessories, Business Cards and Business Letterheads. Also Beautygra- ring for all ocassions. Place your orders with The Florala News. Allow plenty of time for delivery. FOR SALE - Pianos. i00 pia- nos from which , to select. Rebuilts, trade-ins, and new Spinets. Just say - Charge It. $195.00 and up. HARPER FUR- niture co., Evergreen, Alabama. 8-3-tfc hn'ata Nero. SOUTH FIFTH STREET - FLORALA, ALABAMA 36442 LUCILE McRAE .........PUBLISHER - EDITOR SECOND CLASS POSTAGE PAID AT FLORALA, ALABAMA ~0442 - SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Covington County, A1 ab area ................. $4.20 Elsewhere in Alabama .................... $5.25 Other States .......................... $6.00 ESTABLISHED IN 1900 PUBLI SHED WEEKLY ON THURSDAY I II H II I Ewell and I would like to take this means of expressing our thanks and appreciation to our many friends in and around Flo- rala for the many gifts and cards. We know you share our joy in the arrival of our daugh- ter, Faith Alleen. Sincerely, Ewell and Marynez (McCollough) Mauldin 10-~.6-1tpd son and bless each of you for the flow- ers, food, cards, and kind words that were spoken to us. Major and Mrs. Donald A. Heinz and children Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Heinz, Sr. 10-26-1tpd **** This is the time o1" year when all those who are alive should get out into the great outdoors. # * $ >I The family of David Franklin Zimmerman wish toexpressour Being b(>rn poor nt'...d not thanks to all the friends and be a permanent haudicap loved ones that were so good to them inthelossofourbeloved butonly hard ~rk will erase grandson. May God it. WANT ADS PACK POWER RELAX and unwind with safe, effective GoTense tablets. Only 98 at BOOTH'S DRUG CO. 10-26-2tpd PIANO IN STORAGE - Beauti- ful Console stored locally. Re- ported like new. Responsi- ble party can take a big saving on low payment balance. Write: GULF -.COAST PIANO CO., P. O. Box 667, Panama City, Fla. 32401. J0-26-1tc WANT TO BUY - Individual with cash wishes to buy land. SHERMAN BEST, ~.482 East Johnson, Pensacola, Florida. Phone 476-3012. 10-19-2tpd REDUCE safe and fast with Go- Bese Tablets & E-Vap "water pills" BOOTH DRUG CO. 10-26-8tpd FOR SALE - 1020 John Deere Tractor; 3 14-inch plows; 40 John Deere Combine, Grain Header and Corn Header. JEFF ADAMS, Stella Route. Phone 4-6137. lO-26-3tpd RUMMAGE SALE - Sponsored by Paxton Assembly of God Church. Saturday, October 28 at old Sports Center building on DeFuniak Highway. lO-26-1tpd BAKE SALE Sponsored by Paxton Assembly of God C.A.'s Saturday, October 28 at Staggers IGA Store. 10-26-1tpd ANNOUNCING HOURS - IAn- da's Dinette is now open from 4:30 a. m. until 8 p. m. daily 10-19-2tc I I ll ORKIN IS NOW IN FLORALA For Complete and Safe Pest Control Sarvio end free Termi te Inspection I I I Call OTTO. the Professional PHONE 8-9598 WANTED - One fulltime baby- sitter. Experience preferred. Good salary. Call JERRY EVANS-.Phone 8-5355. 10-26-1tpd SPINET-CONSOLE PIANO- Wanted responsible party to take over spinet piano. Can be seen locally. Write Credit Manager, P. O. Box ~.76, Shelbyville, In- diana 46176. 10-12-4tpd COW MANURE - $5.00 pick- up load. We'll load between 1 and 2 P. M. QUIET LAKE DIA- RY, Paxton. 10-19-4tc 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. 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 LOSE WEIGHT - with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Wa- ter pills. MOODY DRUG CO. 9-21-6tc CHAIN SAW AND LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, o~ water bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ala: or 493-4336 collect in Opp. ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of- fers bonded and insured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Florala. 10-12-tic =='!!!i Woodrow NEW &--USED Farm Tractors Adams and equipment. LAMBERT SALES AND TRACTOR CO. DeFuniak PAXTON, FLORIDA Springs. Phone 892-7414. 8-17-tfc ill S~4N. M@N, T(~E. INE D . BLOOO & GUTS OF OUTLAW~ ON WHEELS! V [ =k