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ALABAMA

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White Pages and Yellow Pages for:

CITY: BLOUNTSVILLE (Includes Nectar)

AUGUST 1979

THRU

BLOUNTSVILLE (Includes Nectar to Oneonta)

OCTOBER 1987

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OPERATOR In any
emergency and say for
example "I want to
report a fire at'* or 'I
want a police man at"
If you cannot stay at
the telephone, tell the
OPERATOR the exact
location where helps is
needed.



FBI



(Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Call Long Distance

Birmingham 252-7705



Secret Service

Call Long Distance

Birmingham 254-1 1 44



Utility or Transportation

If you have a utility or (common carrier) transportation complaint, please attempt first
to resolve same by direct contact with that utility or transportation company. If you
are unable to achieve results from the direct contact, you may call the ALABAMA
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION by dialing the toll-free number, 800-392-8050.

Please note that your Public Service Commission does not regulate the following
utilities, and therefore, does not have the power to resolve complaints concerning
them: Electric Cooperatives, Most Water Companies, Municipal Utilities, Cable TV
Systems, Tennessee Valley Authority.




Use this handy
guide fo make
your telephone
calling easier





INDEX



area codes 11-17

bills— if you have a question 3,4
bills— where they may be paid 3, 4
business with telephone

company 4
calling another party on

your line 4

coin calls 8

collect calls 5, 7, 8

conference calls 8

direct distance dialing ODD 5

dialing— local 4

dialing— long distance 5
directory assistance

(information) 6
emergency numbers

Inside front cover

long distance calls 8

one plus & zero plus 5

long distance— rate periods 8

marine service 8

mobile service 8
ordering new or additional

service 3, 4

overseas calls 8

person-to>person calls 5, 7, 8

repair service 4

station-to-station calls 5, 7, 8
telephone company business

office 4

types of long distance calls 7, 8
wide area telephone service

(WATS) 8



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BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

OUR POLICY Is to render a service that will be satisfactory to our customers at all
times, however, we realize that difficulties will sometimes occur despite all our efforts
to avoid them. When difficulties do occur your cooperation will be appreciated— m
return we invite you to contact our Business Office either by mail, telephone or m per
son at any time and with any problem concerning your telephone service,

APPLICATIONS FOR NEW SERVICE, CHANGES,

DISCONTINUANCES

Applications for new service, changes, additions to existing service should be handl-
ed with our Business Office A telephone call will enable you. in almost every case to
transact business promptly and satisfactorily with our Business Office

BILLS AND PAYMENTS

Bills are rendered monthly tor local service In arrears for a one month period from
date of bill and long distance service for a one month period preceding the 1 7th of
the prior month. Bills are payable not later then the 1 5th of each month. Payment may
be made by mail or in person at our business office.

In paying statements by mail or in person, please always return the stub— if you have
mislaid the stub then please write your telephone number on the check or money
order.

BUSINESS HOURS

8:00 A.M. • 4:30 P. M. Monday Thru Friday
Closed All Day Saturday

BILLS ARE DUE AND PAYABLE THE FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH
AND ARE IN DEFAULT AT THE END OF FIFTEEN DAYS.

TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES

Loss of time and inconvenience by calling wrong numbers can be avoided if you con-
sult the current directory before placing a call and avoid the use of obsolete direc-
tories.

Between directory issues certain numbers do not appear in the current directory due
to changes and new installations. These numbers may be secured by calling 'Direc-
tory Assistance."

The use, in connection with Telephone Directories, of any auxiliary covers, tabs
stickers, inserts or other matter, except such as are provided by. or with the consent
of, the Telephone Company is prohibited.

No liability shall attach to or be assumed by the Company for any errors or omissions
in the compiling, printing or distnbution of its directories In order that the directory
record may contain correct listings at all times, notifications of changes or errors
should be oiven at once at the Business Office of the Company





SERVICE



business office:



429-4141



1 St Avenue
P. O. Box 368
Blountsville, Ala.
(Zip Code 35031)

Your service representative will help you with orders for new or additional ser-
vice, billing matters, rates, or any other information about telephone service you
may desire.

Hours: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Except Saturdays and Sundays



service and other calls:



dial

directory assistance

(for numbers not listed in this book)

repair service

dial Trouble Recorder

assistance In calling



1-555-1212

429-41 41

429-2488

dial "OPERATOR"



In an effort to give better telephone service, Blountsville Telephone Company
now has a troubleshooter on duty every Saturday. To report your telephone
troubles on Saturday, call our trouble reporting number 429-2488. Our
troubleshooter will repair your telephone as soon as possible. Thank you.

LOCAL CALLING

BLOUNTSVILLE

TO MAKE A LOCAL CALL ON THE BLOUNTSVILLE EXCHANGE DIAL THE FULL SEVEN DIGIT

NUMBER.

How To Dial Another Party On Your Line

1 . Dial "6 ". your "circle digit" and then the other party's circle digit.

2. Hang up your receiver.

3. Both phones will ring until someone picks up.

NECTAR

TO MAKE A LOCAL CALL ON THE NEXTAR EXCHANGE DIAL THE FULL SEVEN DIGIT NUMBER

How To Dial ANother Party On Your Line
1 Dial "6". your "circle digit" and then the other party's circle digit.

2. Hang up your receiver.

3. Both phones will ring until someone picks up.

CIRCLE DIGIT INFORMATION may be obtained by calling the Business Office. 429-41 41 Your cir-
cle digit is shown on the front of your dial.

IF YOUR PHONE IS USED BY SOMEONE ELSE YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL
LONG DISTANCE CHARGES MADE FROM YOUR PHONE.

For information about any telephone service not shown on this page call the Business office.
429-4141.




Miles apart? Phone!




Get together by Long Distance
It costs so little to call
anywhere And remember,
rates are lower in the evenings
and on week-ends.




Call Guide ^^



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1 your area code is 205|
tang distance calls



direct

distance

dialing



With direct distance dialing you can dial station-to-station long
distance calls to telephone numbers which have seven numerals
or two letters and five numerals.



FOR BLOUNTSVILLE
to call within Alabama

dial "1" plus your telephone numder (do not dial the

area code or circle digit)

for example

to call 555-2468 in Montgomery

dial"1" + telephone number 555-2468



FOR NECTAR:
to call within Alabama

dial "1" plus your Circle Digit then the telephone

number (do not dial the area code)

for example

to call 555-2468 in Montgomery



dial "1"



Your

Circle

Digit



telephone number
555-2468



to call outside Alabama

dial "1" plus your distant area code and telephone

number

for example

to call 555-2368 in Atlanta



to call outside Alabama

dial "1" plus your Circle Digit then the distance area code

and telephone number

for example

to call 555-2368 in Atlanta



diall



area code
404



telephone number
555-2368



dial "1" + Circle Digit



area code
404



telephone
number
555-2368



(If the operator asks for your number give the one from which you are calling )



IF YOU REACH A WRONG NUMBER
Dial "Operator" Immediately and tell her what city you reached so you will not be billed for the
call. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. WRONG NUMBER CALLS CANNOT BE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR
BILL AT THE BLOUNTSVILLE OFFICE.

ZERO PLUS DIALING

429— EXCHANGE (BLOUNTSVILLE)

DIAL ''0" — BUT DO NOT DIAL YOUR CIRCLE DIGIT
PLUS THE NUMBER YOU ARE CALLING

559— EXCHANGE (NECTAR)

DIAL ''0" + YOUR CIRCLE DIGIT PLUS THE
NUMBER YOU ARE CALLING

When the operator answers. . . give the following information necessary to com-
plete your call.

for example:

person-tO-person give the name of the person you are calling.

collect call say "Collect", then give your name

credit card call say "Credit Card Call" then give your credit card

number.

(If the operator asks for your number give the one from which you are calling.)





HOW TO DIAL A NUMBER



To Obtain the distance area code:

Area codes for some cities are listed in
the call Guide of this Directory. If the
place you want is not listed, Dial
OPERATOR.

To reach long distance directory
assistance (information)

429 Exchange Oniy

For State of Alabama Directory
Assistance Dial 1 Plus 556-1212.

Example: 1 Plus 555-1212
For Out of State Directory Assistance
Dial 1 Plus Area Code of State that you
are calling plus 555-1212.

Example: 1 plus 404 plus 555-1212

Tell the Operator the city you want.



To reach long distance directory
assistance

559 Exchange Only

For State of Alabama Directory
Assistance Dial 1 Plus Circle Digit Plus
555-1212.

For Out of State Directory Assistance

Dial 1 Plus Circle Digit Plus Area Code

Plus 555-1212.

Example: 1 - Circle Digit Plus 404

Plus 555-1212



to reach WATS directory assistance
(Information)

429 Exchange Only

^' wide area telephone service dial
"1" plus Area Code. "800" plus
555-1212 to obtain numbers of
those customers who offer in-
coming long distance calls
without charge to persons calling
from specific locations.



to reach WATS directory assistance (In-
formation)

559 Exchange Only

^^ wide area telephone service dial
"V Plus Your Circle Digit plus
Area Code. "800" plus
555-1212 to obtain numbers of
those customers who offer in-
coming long distance calls
without charge to persons calling
from specific locations.



if you reach a wrong number

► Dial "OPERATOR" Immediately
and tell her what happened. She
will make sure you aren't charged
for the call.



You will not be charged

^ If the telephone number you dial
is busy or does not answer.

If you hang up before you dial the
complete number.



if you need assistance

► Dial "OPERATOR" She will be
glad to help you.



Please do not allow Small Children to play with telephones as they may ac-
cidentally dial a long distance call and you would be charged for it.



6



CaUGuidt ^



1. KNOV/ THE CORRECT NUMBER. If you are not sure look
it up rn your directory. If it is not listed, dial "Information."
Write it down and refer to it while dialing.

2. LISTEN FOR THE DIAL TONE. Then dial the number
promptly and accurately. If you do not hear the dial tone,
hang up for a few seconds and try again.

3. TO DIAL A NUMBER— Turn the dial until your finger
touches the finger stop and allow it to return to its normal
position for each letter and figure of the number.

4. IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE WHILE DIALING— Hang up for a few seconds and after listening for
the dial tone, dial the number again.




WARNING — RELINQUISHING TELEPHONES
FOR EMERGENCY CALLS ... The law of Ala-
bama provides that ary person who fails to relin-
quish a telephone party line, after he has been re-
quested to do so. to permit another to place a call
in an emergency in which property or human life
are in jeopardy and the prompt summoning of aid
is essential, to a fire or police department or for



medical aid or ambulance service, shall be guilty of
a misdemeanor. Provided, however, such party line
at the time of the request is not being used for any
such other emergency calls. Any person who shall
request the use of such party line by falsely stating
that the same Is needed for any of said purpotet.
knowing said statement to be false, shall b« guilty
of a misdemeanor.



.STATION-TO-STATION CALLS . . . Call Station-to-Station if you're v/illing to talk to
anyone who answers. This type of call is faster and cheaper. Charges start when the
called telephone is answered.

To place a Stotion-to-Station call, give the Operator the name of the place and the tele-
phone number you are calling. If you don't know the number, give her the nome and
address and explain that you will speak to anyone at that number. When she g.ves you
the number, list it in your personal list of tel^hone numbers, since calling by number is
twice as fast. Give your telephone number when the Operator asks for it.

PERSON-TO-PERSON CALLS . . . Call Person-to-Person if you must speak to a particu-
lar person, department, hotel room or switchboard extension. The charges, which ore
higher than for a Station-to-Station call, begin when the conversation starts. Charges
may be reversed without any change in rate.

To place a Person-to-Person coll. give the Operator the name of the place, the tele-
phone number and the name of the person you are calling. If you don't know the num-
ber, give the Operator the name and address. When she gives you the number. I.st it in
your personal list of telephone numbers, since calling by number is twice as fast. Give
your telephone number when the Operator asks for it.

COLLECT CALLS ... If the charges on the call are to be paid at the distant telephone
you should telhthe operator when filing the call that it is a "collecf coll. The charges, if
accepted at the distant telephone, will be billed to that telephone.



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Call Guide 3





long Mstance calls



CalGuMt 9



UNAUTHORIZED USE OF THE TELEPHONE



types ai catis^

ttatitB'lt-ttatiM

Call it«t!on-to-tt«tion If you with to
tdlk with anyone who «ntw«n. R«iii
art lower than parson - to - ponon.
Charging bagini wbtn tha called *•!••

phona answart.

p«r«M-to-f0rsM

Call p«rton-to-p«rton whan yeti with
to talk to a particular parion or •■•
tantion phona. Tall tha "OPERATOR"
you whh to make a "penoB-toperion"
call. Rates if higher than stetion-to>
station and also apply when you talk
to an alternate person or eitension.
Charging starts when conversation be-
gins.

coin calls

From coin phones, see the Instrwr.tton
card on or Tk**t the phone, or dial
"OPtRATOR."

confcrtncf

You can talk with several people in
different places at the same time. Tell
the "OPERATOR" you wish to make «
"conference" call.

CtllfCt

You can call "collect" If the person or
firm you »f calling agrees to pay the
charge. If you want to make a "col-
lect" call, please be sure to tell the
"OPERATOR" when you place the c«ll.

mobiU call»-Air*Lani*Mariit

You can make long distance calls to au-
tomobiles, trucks, eircraft, boats, *n6
ships Ask the "OPERATOR" for the
Mobile, Marine, or High Seas Opera-
tor. For information on other Commun-
ications Common Carriers, consult the
Yellow Pages or other business guides.

wida arta talMOMinanlcatlont
sarvica (inward WATS)

Stationto-itation long distance calls
may be made, without charge to you,
to those customers who have wide area
telecommunications service. They offer
this service to their customers calling
from specific locations. 01*1 "I" plus
Area Code "MO" plus the special num-
bers of customers having this service.



Jlcrff* periods for calfs to polnfi ovfsido Alofcama



CiislMiflr OUM Calls

Station-to Station - lOWEST RATES
ff(lud«i coin itnd tioltl eu*>l dxltd («lli


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Mon through Fn.
8 00 A (0 5 00 P


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Sun lhrou9li Fn
5 OOP to 11 OOP


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All Oari

11 OOPleSOOA


WCCKCDO RATE
Sal SOOAtoll OOP
Son a 00 A to 5 00 P


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1 moMilf


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1 minulf


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1 miMuIr


Full Rmc


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Onrafor Asslsttd Calls

Station to Stetion - HIGHER RATES

liKtvdct 4II Optr«loi «tti|ltd tl«tien lo lt«l!on C4tlt.

pvrton »o p»'»©n c«ii« - Highest iiATES


OAVRATE
Men lkroll«»<r'•
aOOAleSOOP


EVENING RATE
Sin lhroM9l< F'l
SOO Pte 11 OOP


NIGHT RATE

All Daft

llOOPteSOO A


WCEKENORATC
Sat a 00 A to U OOP
Sun a 00 A to 5 00 P


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60% Oiicovnt


Oittounlt Jpplf le total aMitiOflal minul» cKjr9«t only lor operator ttatiOA-IOtlaiien
and pfr^en topersoM callt with thr total clur^* rownotd down to lh« lewtr CfM.



Person lo Person — Minimum 3 minute initial period charge is same for all hour$
of etrery day The overtime rate for each addiiioAal minute is usually higher in
the Day than m the Evening For Conference calls check with your operator.

Holidays — On New Years Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Chrislmai
Day, evening rates apply from 8 AM lo 11 PM, night rates apply from 11 PM
to 8 AM. If the holiday occurs on Sat. or Sun., Sal. and Sun. rales apply.

Charges ^t based upon rales in effect at the lime of connection at the calling
point. This also includes calls beginning in one rale period and ending in another.

For Alaska — See otrerseas calls below. For Canada, Hawaii and Meiico — other
r<ite5 apply.

Rofo periods for co/fs fe poinfs within Alabama
Customer Dialed Calls — LOWEST RATES

Station to Station



OAYRATE

Mon. through Fri
8 00 A to 5 OOP



fniti.ll Rjte Pr-r.od
2 rntnuli";



EVENING-RATE

Sun throooh Fri
5 00 P to 11 00 P



Imtidl Rit? PcrioO
2 "'null >



NIGHT-RATE

All Diiys
n 00 Pte 8 00 A



Inili.il RVi Pfrod
1 m,ni.!c



WECKENO-RATE
Sat

8 00 A to 11.00 P

Sun.
8 00 A to 5 OOP



In.tial Rate Period
2 nmnolfS



Holidays — On Christmas Day, New Year's Day, July 4ih, Thanksgiving Day, Labor
Day and on resulting legal holidays when Chnslmas, New Year's or July 4ih legal
holidays fall on dales other than December 25, January 1 or July 4, the holiday
rate applicable is the Evening rate, unless a lower rale MOuid normally apply.

Oparater Assisted Calls — HIGHER RATES

Station to Station — Collect — Credit Card — Coin



ALL DAYS-ALL HOURS-SAME RATE



Initial Rata Period - 3 Min.



3



Person to Person — HIGHEST RATE — Minimum 3 mmule initial period charge
is same for all hours of every day

Charges art based upon rate^ in effect at the lime of connection at the calling
point. This also includes calls beginning m one rale period and ending m another.

Rate periods and rates are subject to change by the company with commission
approval.



overseas cal/s



(including Alaska)



overseas r&t99



"You can call practically every telephone in the world from your telephone. Tell the "Operator" you with
to place an overseas call and give the name of the country you arm calling. The operator can advise points
and timet covered during night hours and whether or not Sunday rates apply."



The use of a subscriber's telephone is limited to the subscriber, his fam-
ily, or employees in his interest. Subscribers have no right to allow, its use
by other parties. The telephone may be removed if this condition of the
contract is disregarded. The subscriber assumes all responsibility for local
or toll messages sent from subscribers' station and for toll messages re-
ceived at such station on which the charges were reversed.



NUMBERS MAY BE CHANGED

The subscriber has no property right in the telephone number and the
Telephone Company may change the telephone number whenever it deems
it desirable in the conduct of its business.



PARTY UNE SERVICE

When party line service is furnished the Telephone Company reserves
the right to cancel any party line contract upon thirty days notice, when-
ever in the fudgement of the Company the use of the subscriber holding
such contract is such from continuous use of other causes, as to interfere
with the reasonable use of others connected with same line.
FAILURE TO RELEASE THE PARTY LINE FOR AN EMERGENCY USE IS
A SERIOUS ACTIONABLE OFFENSE. THE OFFENDING STATION CAN
BE DISCONNECTED FOR THIS OFFENSE.



TRANSMITTING MESSAGES

Oral or written messages may not be accepted by employees of
Blountsville Telephone Company to be transmitted over the Telephone
Company's lines.





Call Guide 11



WARNING !

Obtaining Telephone Service by Fraudulent Means:

For your protection, new equipment and procedures enable the
Telephone Company to detect and investigate fraudulent calls. State
law provides that no person shall defraud or attempt to defraud the
Telephone Company of its lawful charges. Violators are subject to a
maximum penalty of imprisonment for twelve (12) months and a fine of
One Thousand Dollars ($\ ,000.00) upon conviction at hard labor in the
penitentiary for ten (10) years.

ALABAMA LAW prohibits the following acts under penalty of im-
prisonment or fine or both:

(1) To fail to relinquish a telephone party line after having been re-
quested to do so, to permit another to place a call in an emergency in
which property or human life are in jeopardy and the prompt summon-
ing of aid is essential, to a fire or police department or for medical aid
or ambulance service. Provided, however, such party line at the time of
the request is not being used for any such other emergence call.

(2) To request the use of such party line by falsely stating that the
same is needed for any of said purposes, knowing said statement to be
false.

(3) To telephone another person and address to or about such other
person any lewd, lascivious or indecent words or language; or to
telephone another person repeatedly for the purpose of annoying,
molesting or harassing such other person, or his or her family.

(4) To telephone another person and threaten to create an explosion,
or falsely inform that some other person threatens or intends to create
an explosion in any private or public building, transportation facility or
place of accommodation.

(5) To willfully impart or convey or cause to by imparted or conveyed



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