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i~s~]~ e nT~l~J~l:~ ,al~[~6t~ ~o1~~, ~I~I~utlON PrOHIBItED. NOW. 3 or 4 acres HOUSE FOR SALE. 3-bedroom In field. THEe- house in Paxton. 2 baths, 2 BRYAN. Next door to large lots, 7 pecan trees, 2 Center, Inc. 10-29-tfc large oaks, well drained, car- port. Kitchen built-in. Whole I NOW. your home bak- house paneled inside. Equity for Thanksgiving and assume $47.00 per month Phone 8-3248. payment. SAM DARDEN, phone SUGGS. 4-'/505. 10-15-tic 10-29-1tpd Collie pups FOR SALE - 90 acres south of See or call HERMAN Opp on U.S. 331. Phone Florala 8-3248. 10-29-11pd 858-6081. 10-15-tic FOR SALE - 4-Room house with bath. Rapp Street in Lockhart. House being remodeled. Con- tact MRS. DOROTHY HAR- BUCK, 24 Osage, Lockhart. I0-8-41c FOR SALE - pianos. 100pianos to select from. Re-builts, trade-ins and new spinets. Just say charge it. $195.00 and up. HARPER FURN. CO., Ever- green, Ala. 7-30-tic TOT FOR A VOICE NOT AN ECHO II STATE ..... ,IS!II II REPRESENTATIVE Distri(t 6 ...... I am challenging your present State Representative Henton D. Elmore. I. No man should receive TWO full time tax paying salaries. $12,000 legislature - $13,500 school system. LUCKY NUNES WILL NEVER HOLD TWO PUBLIC SERVICE JOBS. 2. He voted to override the Governor's veto to increase his salary from $I00 a month to $1,000 a month. LUCKY NUNES WILL INTRODUCE IN LEGISLATION A BILL WHERE- AS NO LAWMAKER CAN INCREASE HIS SALARY, 3. He WALKED OUT and did not vote on the cane pole fishing bill. LUCKY NUNES WOULD HAVE TAKENASTAND ANDVOTED AGAINST THIS BILL. I PROMISE TO WORK TO REPEAL THIS LAW, VOTE N. J. "LUCKY" NUNES THE MAN WHO WILL REPRESENT ALL THE PEOPLE YOUR CANDIDATE IN OKALOOSA, WALTON, HOLMES, SANTA ROSA AND WALTON COUNTIES 'd, Pal. Adv. by Walton Citizens for N. J. "Lucky" Nunes Committee, P. O. Box 1167, Poxton, Fla. - VOTE - DISTRICT QUALIFIED OR NOT QUALIFIED? State of Alabama Constitution: The ONLY qualification for District Attorney 'qS THAT HE BE LEARNED IN THE LAW." YOU THE JUDG JOE - ALABAMA: LAW SCHOOL graduate. - TOP 10 SCHOLASTICALLY in law class. - LAW PRACTICE since 1953. BRECK - FORMER DISTRICT ATTORNEY (Circuit Solicitor) of Covington County. GANTT - FORMER CHIEF PRGSECUTOR for Attorney General of Alabama. - APPOINTED SPECIAL ASSISTANT A~PORNEY GENERAL by three different Alabama Attorneys General REMEMBER JOE BRECK GANTT says the people of Covington Cotmty have the good Judgment and intoliigence'to determine ff he is qualified for public office. t They do not need a lawyers' association or a bunch of Federal Internal Revenue Agents to tell them if JOE BRECK GANTT is qualified .... Vote for a mature District Attorney with understanding and compassion. Your Independent Candidate For DA PaL. ADV. BY COVINGTON COUNTY FRIENDS OF JBG, P. O. BX. 351 ALA. HELP - MALE OR FEMALE. Full or part time opportunities. Individuals needed to service families in your area. $4.50 to $5.00 per hour to start. For full details write P. O. Box 2467, Memphis, Tenn. 38102. Include directions to homo. 10-15-4tpd I Sixth Avenue Cleaners 1704 WEST 6th AVENUE - PHONE 8.1353 - We Pick Up & Deliver ONE-DAY SERVICE FOR SALE - 3-bedroom brick home, with two complete ceramic tile baths, double car- port, large play room, spacious living room with fireplace, screened porch, air-con- ditioned and has gas panelheat. WILSON JONES, 605 E. 3rd Avenue, phone 8-2532 or 8-3214. 10-8-tic SEMI DRIVERS NEEDED. Ex- perlence helpful but not neces- sary for local and over the road hauling. You can earn $I0,000 to $15,000 per year if you are willing to learn. For appli- cation, call 601-352-0309, or write Safety Dept., United Systems, Inc., 220 Office Plaza, Jackson, Miss. 39206. 10-22-2tc Alterations Of All Kinds ----. , I SINGER FOR SALES AND SERVICE CALL AUDREY HOLLEY PHONE 8-7080 FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 22rid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT J hereby announce my candi- dacy for District Attorney of Covington County, 22nd Judicial Circuit. Your help will be needed and appreciated and I respectfully solicit your vote and influence. I will work tirelessly to give you and this office the verybest in me. JOE BRECK GANTT Pd. Pal. Adv. by Joe Brock Gantt, Florala, Alabama CHAIN SAW and LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Woodrow Adams SALES AND SERVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA LOT FOR SALE. 6th Ave. - 100 ft. wide frontage, 390 ft. deep. Contact George Saught, 10942 Dunaway, Dallas, Texas. Property located at Lot 8, Block 36, by Joe Johnston res- idence. 9-24-41c. IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or wa~r bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ala or 493-4336 collect in Opp, ale. THE ATOMIC EXTER- MINATOR offers bonded & in- sured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Flor- ala, Ma. 10-12-ffc LEGAL NOTICE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 22rid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I am asking the people of Covington County to re-elect me to a second term as Dis- trict Attorney. My record during these past four years has been one of strict enforcement of the law and vigorously pro- secution in the courtroom. I PUBLIC SALE GENERAL MOTORS Accep- tance Corporation will sell at PubIic Sale for cash on No- vember 9, 1970 at McDanlel Motor Company Florala, Ala- bama, th~ following: (1) 1969 Chevrolet 4 Door - 164699S094130 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The col- lateral involved is presently stored and may be seen at Mc- Daniel Motor Company, Fie= rala, Alabama. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP- TANCE CORPORATION I0-29-11c PUBLIC SALE GENERAL MOTORS Accep- pledge to continue this. Your fence Corporation will sell at vote and support on November Public Sale for cash on No= 3 will be deeply appreciated, vember 9, 1970, at McDantel Motor Company, Florala, Ala- ALLEN EDWARD COOK:; bama, the following: (I'd. Pal. Adv. by Allen Ed=i (1) 1969 Chevrolet Impala - ward Cook, Andalusia, Ala.~ 164699D058900 (2) 1970 Chevrolet Caprice - 166390D103726 (3) 1969 Chevrolet Imp~tla- 164699Y05 0479 G.M.A.C. reserves the right to bid at such sale. The col- lateral involved are presently stored and may be seen at Mc- Daniel Motor Company, Fie= rala, Alabama. GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP. TANCE CORPORATION 10-29-Itc PUBLIC SALE GENERAL MOTORS Accep- tance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on No- FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 22rid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT As the Democratic nominee for District Attorney I am asking you to please support me on the Democratic team led by Governor Wallace and Jere Beasloy. ROGER PRESTWOOD (Pd. PaL Adv. by Roger Prest- woods Andalusia, Alabama) DO YOU FEEL twenty years older than you are? DO you look ten years older than you are? Would you like to be young again? Your body must need MI PLEX TONIC. Moody Drugs has Mi Plex for You. Why don't you get that young feeling again? Or do you like to feel old? 9-24-tfc PIANO IN STORAGE - beau- tiful console stored locally. Re- ported llke new. Responsible party can take a big saving on low payment balance. Write GULF COAST PIANO CO., 600 Ohio Ave., Lynn Haven, Fla. 32444. LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE oF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY Alma Simmons, Complainant J. D. Simmons, Respondent In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of Complainant's Soli- citor that the Defendant is a non- resident of Alabama, and that his 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 Flo- rala News, a newspaper pub- lished in Covington County, Ala- bama once a week for four con- secutive weeks, requiring him the said J. D. Simmonstoplead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 13th day of November, 1970, or in thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Alabama, this the 21st day of October, 1970. E. E. King, Register 10-29-4tpd-CL LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY IN CIRCUIT CO~, IN EQUITY Cary Mae Padgett, Complainant C. L. Padgett, Respondent In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by affidavit of complainant's soli- c itor that the Defendant is a non- resident of Alabama, andthat his 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 pubIished in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecu- tive weeks, requiring the said C. L. Padgett to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of. Com- plaint in this cause by the 13th day of November 1970, or In thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may he taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Alabama, this the 20th day of October, 1970. E. E. King, Register 10-29-4tc STATE OF ALABAMA A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR WHEREAS, the Legislature of Ala bama, at the Special Session 1969 ordered an election to be held by thi qualified electors of the State of Ala bama upon a certain proposed amend ment to the Constitution of Alabama which said amendment is herein set out and ordered that the said election b, held at the time of the general electiol in November 1970; and WHEREAS, the General Election t( be held in November 1970 will be an occur on November 3, 1970: and WHEREAS, notice of such election, together with the proposed amendment is required by law and by the pro- visions of the act submitting the amend- ment to be given by a proclamation of the Governor to be published in each county in the State of Alabama for four successive weeks next preceding the day appointed for the election: NOW, THEREFORE, I. Albert P. Brewer, as Governor of the State o! Alabama, do hereby give notice, direct and proclaim that on Tuesday the 3rd day of November 1970, an election will be held at the several polling placel within the State of Alabama in th( manner and form provided by law upon the following proposed amendment tc the Constitution of Alabama of 190|: "The Legislature shall have power to levy and provide for the collec- tion of taxes for state purposes on net income of individuals or cor- porations, from whatever source de- rived, for the calendar year 1970. or for any fiscal year beginning in the calendar year 1970, and each year thereafter, at a rate not ex- ceeding seven percent. However, all federal income taxes paid or ac- crued within the taxable year by corporations and individuals shall al- ways be deductible in computing net income taxable under the income tax laws of this state, provided that in the case of a non resident or foreign corporations the amount of federal income tax deductible shall be in proportion to income deriveJ from sources within Alabama, to be vember 9, 1970 at McDanieldetermined in accordance with such laws as the lesislatore may enact." Motor Company, Florala, Ala- and bama the foliowing: I further direct and proclaim that (1) 1969 Chevrolet ChassisCah- notice of this election upon Tuesday the 3rd day of November 1970 upon CEG39P818101 the above set forth amendment to the (2) 1969 Chevrolet 1 1/2 Ton- constitution of the State of Alabama CE539P802542 of 1901 be given by publishing the same once a week for four successive weeks (3) 1969 Chevrolet 2T Tractor- next preceding Tuesday the 3rd day of CE639P847924 November 1970 in each county in the State of Alabama in a newspaper pub- (4)1969 Chevrolet 2T Tractor- lished in said county. CE639P866574 IN WITNESS WHERE- OF, I hive hereunto (5)1969 Chevrolet11/2TTrnck= /'t~L~qd~ set my hand and have CE539P871708 If ]~A .'~tcaused the Great Seal G.M.A.C. reserves the right I.I I~(j~,.]of the State of Alabama I:1 !lF/~.,)t j:lto be affixed by the to bid at such sale. Thecol- kkq~'.J@L~JISecretary of State at lateral involved are presently ~ the Capitol in the City of Montgomery on this stored and may be seen at Me= v the 9th day of Septem- Daniel Motor Company, Flo= bet IVW. rala, Alabama. ALBERT P. BREWER GOVERNOR GENERAL MOTORS ACCEP= ATTEST: MABEL S. AMOS TANCE CORPORATION s~t~ of s~w FOR RENT - unfurnished 3- bedroom house for couple. $40.00 monthly. ALMA JOHN- SON, phone 8-3571. 10-29-1tc HOUSE FOR SALE and extra lot. 19 Poplar St., Florala. Daytime, call 8-1675, MRS. FERNIE THOMAS. Night, call 8-4011, EUGENE BIRGE, Lock- hart. 10-29-1tc BAKE SALE - Saturday, Oct. 31. Sponsored by the Senior Class of FHS. Located in front of BOOTH DRUG STORE. 10-29-1tc EVANS MEN'S WEAR offers Christmas suit specials. 30% off the Curlee Suit of your SCRIBBLES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 just the opposite of Diane Ste- venson. She had borrowed two rain coats - one from Jo EIIen Geohagan and one from her mother-in-law. She left at the half, took off her lovely jumper, wet enough it couId be wrung out, and slipped into the other raincoat. As we sat through one shower after another during the first half, Max Willis kept repeat- ing "Aren't we having a good time?" and "You gotta have faith, Just one more little shower and it is going to quit." Sonya, with her shoes off, and her pant legs rolled up, to the choice. F R E E lay-a-way. "good time bit" would echo F R E E alterations. F R E E suit "We sure are." Along about the bag and wooden hanger. F R E E Christmas gift wrapping. - EVANS MEN'S WEAR. 10-29-tfc FOR SALE - 15 acres inside cit3~ limits of Crest'view with four houses and 3 fish ponds. Also, other homes for sale. B. H. BEARD, phone 682-2573 at 398 North St. 10-29-41pd FOR SALE - i I/2 ton long wheel base International truck. Good tires and clean cab. $300.00. THEODORE BRYAN. Next door to Sports Center, Inc. 10-29-tfc $50 REWARD - offered for in- formation leading to the arrest and conviction of person re- sponsible for poisoning of cats and dogs in the vicinity of Hughes Street and West 9th Avenue. Phone 8-1935. 10-29-1tc TH UR.-F RI.-SAT. OCT. 29 - 30 - 31 2 BIG NEW FEATURES k UNIVERSAL PICTURE " TECHNICOLOR PkNAVISION~ -plus- KI ){~t RI G[I.~R( ,{ M CI1UM KENNED .. PANAVISION" TECHNICOLOR''~ in .:L FromWARNERBROS SEVEN ARIS~ SUN.-MON.-TU E NOV. I-2-3 Three Lost Soul s ...... Together They were One, The Tender Love Story of 3 Young People In Love! "TELL ME THAT YOU LOVE ME, IUNIE MOON" Technicolor- Rated GP Lizo Minnelli, Ke. Howard Robe.Moore Wed. ONLY " Nov. 4th Fire Dept. Benefit Show "SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES" G third quarter it came the biggest downpour of all and little Pat Willis yelled '`yeah daddy, ~ust one more little showerI" All 'n all, we had a real good time. I wouldn't take any- thing for the fun and fellowship of the day. I SURE HATED missing the Poe Wee football action Satur- day night. We didn't get back from Auburn until 10:30. Iheard all about it though and I know I missed a lot of excitement. I had planned to do some action shots of both the players, coaches and the parents. Iknow I could have gotten some prize pictures. I'll be like Pat Willis and Johnny Rodwell - they said that their team might lose Sat- urday night but they sure would- n't lose another game for they would be there to play in the rest of the gambs. I, too, am planning to make the rest of the games. I heard that one of the Miller twins had some pretty good help as manager of the Wildkittens- Big Dave Garner ... Mr. Stevenson told me that one afternoon he looked out at the boys practicing and one of the teams had more coaches than they had players. This is a marvelous program for the fa- thers as well as for the sons. Most of them have always want- ed to tell the coach what to do- now they have an opportunity to try their hand at the Job. I bet most of them will decide that it isn't as easy as it looked from the sidelines. I MEANT TO COMPLIMENT the Florala Wildcat Marching Band on their grand per- formance at half time during the Andalusia game. They did a patriotic show and it was well received by Florala and Andy fans alike. The bandsmen have improved tremendously since the beginn- ing of the season under the direction of Tom Maddox, a F1orala graduate and form= er member of the Wildcat band. Congratulations to all of you. Keep up the good work. SOMEONE in our fair City has a very bad habit of poison- ing animals. Have you ever thought about, with as many little children as are in the city limits, that they could just as easily pick up and eat the bait you so carelessly toss about for dogs and cats. If a family has animals that bother you, try telling them and ask that they do something about them. Most of us wouId much rather try and find our pets new homes than to see them die the horrible death they face when poisoned. Cer- tainly we woulfn't want to risk having a child pick up and eat poison meant for an animal. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES TO MEET IN OPP Noah Dorsey, spokesman for the local congregation, has an- nounced that the Fall cir- cuit assembly of Jehovah's Wit.. nesses will be held in the Opp High School, November 6, 7, and 8. The Florala-Opp group will join more than 700 delegates from the surrounding area who will be here with their families. Dorsey said, "christians must have faith alone with works". Dorsey said the highlight of the assembly would be Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. when Bruce E. Giffin will deliver the key- note address entitled 'evVho Will Conquer the World in the 1970'S?" All local meetings at the Kingdom Hall will be can= celed the weekend of the as- sembly. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS BUILDINGS AT EGLIN WE WILL MOVE AND SET LEVEL ON YOUR LOT BUILDINGS: 25' X 40'. ............$2250.00 25' X60'. ............ $3300.00 16' X 32'. ............$1250.00 20' X 50'. ........... . $2250.00 MAY BE MANY OTHER ~ZES AVAILABLE FINANCED FROM $35 TO$45 PER MONTH CALL 904-243.1216 FORT WALTON THE IIII II I ! PAGE 9 .... ' i i i~ i+ :i~ii i, L ~, :i+ +,/ i~ii < MI(i ' > i+i : i+:ii~+ i!i~ :! j ~i ~ !ii~I ~i, ~/~i!i~ L ;: iiii,'i~:~il,I i :!:i! : +. s (; ~i ! i ! + , : ;?++ / ?: