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Evansville 812

Gary 219

HammoTHl 219

Indianapolis 317

Kokomo 317

Michigan City 219

South Bend 219

Valparaiso 219

Vincennes 812

IOWA

Burlington 319

Council Bluffs 712

Davenport 319

Des Moines 515

Dubuque 319

Keokuk 319

KANSAS

Topeka 913

Wichita 316

KENTUCKY

Anchorage 502

Ashland 606

Bardstown 502



T— code

ioT

606
502
502
502
502
606
502
606
502
606
606
606



pli



Campbellsvllle

Danville

Elizabethtown

Frankfort

Georgetown

Louisville

Morehead

Owensboro

Pikeville

Shelbyville

Somerset

Versailles

WirKhester

LOUISIANA

Baton Rouge 504

Lake Charles 318

New Orleans 504

Shreveport 318

MAINE

All Locations 207

MARYLAND

Ail Locations 301

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston 617

Springfield 413

MICHIGAN

Ann ArtXK 313

Battle Creek 616

Detroit 313

Escanaba 906

Flint 313

Grand Rapids 616

Jackson 517

Kalamazoo 616

Lansing 51 7

Muskegon 616

Saginaw 517

Sault Ste. Marie 906

MINNESOTA

Duluth 218

Minneapolis 612

Rochester 507

St Paul 612

MISSISSIPPI

All Locations 601

MISSOURI

Cape Girardeau 314

Columbia 314

Flat River 314

Hannibal 314

Jefferson City 314

Joplin 417

Kansas City 816

Macon 816

Mexico 314

Poplar Bluffs 314

St. Joseph 816

St Louis 314

Sedalia 816

Sikeston 314

Springfield 417

MONTANA

All Locations 406

NEBRASKA

Grand Island 306

Lincoln 402

North Platte 306

Omaha 402

NEVADA

All Locations 702

NEW HAMPSHIRE

All Locations 603

NEW JERSEY

Atlantic City 606

Hackensack 101

Newark 201

Trenton 609

NEW MEXICO

All Locations 505

NEW YORK

Albany 516

Birrahamton 607

Buffalo 716

Hempstead 516

Mt Vernon 614

New York City 212

Poughkeepsie 914

Rochester 716

Schenectady 818



f— code

Syracuse 315

Utica 315

White Plains 914

NORTH CAROUNA

Charlotte 704

Durham 919

Raleigh 619

Winston-Salem 919

NORTH DAKOTA

All Locations 701

OHK}

Akron 216

Canton 216

Cincinnati 513

Cleveland 216

Columbus 614

Dayton 513

Gallon 416

Lima 419

Lora.n 216

Mansfiekj 416

Marietta 614

Marion 614

Oberlin 216

Portsmouth 614

Salem 216

Sandusky 419

Springfield 613

Steubenville 614

Toledo 416

Warren 216

Youngstown 216

Zanesville 614

OKLAHOMA

Muskogee 916

Oklahoma City 405

Tulsa 018

OREGON

All Locations 503

PENNSYLVANIA
Allentown (Lehigh Co ) 215

Altoona 814

Erie 814

Harrisburg 717

Johnstown 614

LarKaster 717

Philadelphia 215

Pittsburgh 412

Reading 215

Scranton 717

West Chester 215

Wilkes- Barre 717

RHODE ISLAND

All Locations 401

SOUTH CAROUNA

All Locations 803

SOUTH DAKOTA

All Locations 605

TENNESSEE

Chattanooga 615

Dyersburg 901

Knoxville 615

Memphis 601

Morristown 615

Nashville 615

TEXAS

AtMlene 915

Amarillo 606

Austin 512

Brownsville 512

Corpus Christi 512

Dallas 214

Denison 214

Ft. Worth 817

Galveston 713

Houston 713

Lubbock 806

Paris 214

San Angelo 915

San Antonio 512

Temple 81 7

Texarkana 214

Tyler 214

Waco 817

Wichita Falls 817

UTAH

All Locations 601

VERMONT

All Locations 802



place



•re* code



VIRGINIA

Amherst 804

Arlington 703

Bluenekj 703

Covington 703

Lynchburg 804

Norfolk 804

Richn^rand 804

Roanoke 703

Waynesboro 703

WASHINGTON

Everett 206

Seattle 206

Spokane 509

Tacoma 206

Vancouver 206

Yakima 509

WEST VIRGINIA

All Locations 304

WISCONSIN

Appleton 414

Ashland 715

Beaver Dam 414

Betoit 608

Chippewa Falls 715

Eau Claire 715

Elkhorn 414

Fond du Lac 414

Green Bay 414

Janesville 608

Kenosha 414

Lake Geneva 414

Madison 608

MarshfieW 715

Marinette 715

Milwaukee 414

Oshkosh 414

Racine 414

Rhinelander 715

Waukesha 414

Wausau 715

WYOMING

All Locations 307

Wide Area Tele-
communications
Sarvica (WATS)

All Locations 800

Albert. ^^^''^^^

Calgary 403

Edmonton 403

Brftish Columbia

Vancouver 604

Victoria 604

Manitoba

Winnipeg 204

New Brunawick

Edmundston 506

New Castle. N B. 506

Newfoundland

Gander, NfM. 709

Goose Bay 709

Nova Scotia

Halifax 902

Ontario

Hamilton 416

Kitchener 519

London 519

North Bay, Ont. 705

Ottawa 613

Sault Ste Marie 705

Thunder Bay 807

Toronto 416

Windsor 519

Quebec

Montreal 514

Quebec 418

Sherbrooke 819

SaskatctMnvan

Regina 306

OTHER
Bahamaa

Nassau 809
Mexico

Mexico City 905

All Other 903
Puerto Rico

All Locations 809



For Directory Assistance Calls To Distant Cities

Dial 1, Area Code, if Different from your own. Then 555-1212



Long distance calling

Rates for calls not requiring operator assistance





Long distance calling

Rates for calls requiring operator assistance



DIAL - DIRECT



OPERATOR - ASSISTED





WEEKDAY


EVENING


NIGHT & WEEKEND


Sample Rates
From


FULL RATE


35% DISCOUNT


60% DISCOUNT


ANDALUSIA


Each


Each


Each


To:


First Add'l.


First Add'l.


First Add'l.




Minute Minute


Minute Minute


Minute Minute


Atlanta, GA


$0.48 $0.34


$0.31 $0.23


$0.19 $0.14


Boston, MA


.55 .38


.35 .25


.22 .16


Chicago, IL


.53 .36


.34 .24


.21 .15


Dallas. TX


.53 .36


.34 .24


.21 .15


Detroit. Ml


.53 .36


.34 .24


.21 .15


Nashville. IN


.50 .36


.32 .24


.20 .15


New Orleans. LA


.48 .34


.31 .23


.19 .14


New York, NY


.55 .38


.35 .25


.22 .16


Panama City, FL


.45 .30


.29 .20


.18 .12


San Francisco. CA


.57 .40


.37 .26


.22 .16


St. Louis, MO


.53 .36


.34 .24


.21 .15


Washington, DC


.53 .36


.34 .24


.21 .15



Long distance rate information



• Rates shown are for the initial period and each additional minute for caJIs you dial not requiring the assistance of the operator • The tax has
not been included. • Charges are based upon rates in effect at the time of connection at the calling point. This also indudes calls beginning in
one ra»ep«^'Od and ending in another. • Rates subject to change. • Holiday rates apply on the legal holidays for Christmas Day New Years
pay Independence Day, Labor Day. and Thanksgiving Day. unless a lower rate would nomialty apply. • Hawaii and some locations in Alas-
ka. Canada, and Mexico can be dialed without the assistance of an operator. • Rates and dialing instructions for these calls can be obtained
by calhng your operator. • The operator may be called for assistance or information regarding rates and charges for tong distance service



RATES WITHIN ALABAMA



RATES TO OTHER STATES

(except Alaska and Hawaii)



LOWEST RATES
DIAL-DtRECT ONE-MINUTE RATFS


Dial Direct calls are those intrastate calls completed from a
residence or business phone without operator assistance.

Dial Direct rates also apply on calls placed with an opera-
tor from a resider>ce or business phone in areas where dial
direct facilities are not available.

On dial-direct calls, you pay only for the minutes you
talk. The initial rate period is ofte minute any time of day or
night.

Additkjnal savings apply it you dial direct during the "dis-
count" time perods indicated on the chart bek>w.


DAY RATE

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Full Rate

Minimum Charge 1 Minute


EVENING RATE

Sunday - Friday
5:00 PM to 11.00 PM


'35% Discount

From Full Rate

Minimum Charge 1 Minute


WEEKEND RATE

Saturday

8:00 AM to 11 :00 PM

Sunday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


60% Discount

From Full Rate

Minimum Charge 1 Minute


NIGHT RATE

All Days

11 :00 PM to 8:00 AM


60% Discount

From Full Rate

Minimum Charge 1 Minute



LOWEST RATES
DIAL-DIRECT ONE-MINUTE RATES


Dial Direct calls are those interstate calls (excluding Alas-
ka and Hawaii) completed from a residence or bi^iness
phone without operator assistance.

Dial Direct rates also apply on calls placed with an opera-
tor from a residence or business phone in areas where dial-
direct facilities are not available.

On dial-direct calls, you pay only for tfte minutes you
talk. The initial rate period is orte minute any time of day or
night. '

Additional savings apply if you dial direct during the "dis-
count" time penods indicated on the chart below.


DAY RATE

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Full Rate

Minimum Charge 1 Minute


EVENING RATE

Sunday - Friday
5.00 PM to 11 :00 PM


35% Discount
From Full Rate
Minimum Charge 1 Minute


WEEKEND RATE

Saturday

8:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Sunday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM


60% Discount

From Full Rate
Minimium Charge 1 Minute


NIGHT RATE

All Days

11 :00 PM to 8:00 AM


60% Discount
From Full Rate
Minimum Charge 1 Minute



Rates for station-to-station calls dialed yourself are for a min-
imum of 1 minute. Discounts apply to total charges.



Rates for sfation-to-stafion calls dialed yourself are for a min-
imum of 1 minute. Discounts apply to total charges.



10





STATION-TO-STATION


PERSON-TO-PERSON 1


Sample Rates










From


First


Each


Rrst


Each


ANDALUSIA


3


Add'l.


3


Add'l.


To:


Minutes


Minute


Minutes


Minute


Atlanta. GA


$2.05




$3.10




Boston, MA


2.25


SEE


3.45


SEE


Chicago, IL


2.15


DIAL DIRECT


3.30


DIAL DIRECT


Dallas, TX


2.15


TABLES


3.30


TABLES


Detroit, Ml


2.15


UNDER


3.30


UNDER


Nashville. TN


2.10


TIME PERIOD


3.20


TIME PERIOD


New Oileans. LA


2.25


THAT APPLIES


3.45


THAT APPLIES


New York. NY


2.05


(DAYTIME.


3.10


(DAYTIME.


Panama City, FL


1.85


EVENINGS,


2.90


EVENINGS,


San Francisco, CA


2.35


NIGHTS, &


3.75


NIGHTS, &


St. Louis. MO


2.15


WEEKENDS)


3.30


WEEKENDS)


Washington. DC


2.15




3.30





Long distance rate information

• Rates shown are for the first three minutes and each additional minute on caiis handled by the operator— collect or person calls, calls
charged to another number, credit card calls, and calls placed from coin phones or hotel guest phones. • The tax has not been included •
The rates also apply to Saturday, Sunday, and holidays. • Charges are based upon rates in effect at the time o( connection at the calling
point. This also indudes calls beginning in one rate period and ending in another. • Rates subject to change. • The operator can provide you
with station-to-station and/or person-to-person rate infonnation for Alaslca, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. • The operator may be called for
assistance or infonnation regarding rates and charges for long distance service.

RATES WITHIN ALABAMA AND TO
OTHER STATES (except Alaska and Hawaii)



HIGHEST RATES
OPERATOR-ASSISTED
THREE-MINUTE RATES



Operator assisted caHs are those requiring the assistance of an
operator to complete the can. These mdude person-to-person,
coin, collect, credit card, billed to a third number, hotel guMt, time
an6 charge calls.

The initial period for all operator assisted calls is three minutes.



STATION-
TO-
STATION



FUU.RATE

ALL DAYS
ALL HOURS

Minimum charge:
3 minutes



PERSON-

TO
PERSON



FULL RATE

ALL DAYS
ALL HOURS

Minimum charge:
3 minutes



Additioruil minutes are charged at diai-direct rates, and include
the same discount applicabte to the time period when you call.



overseas calls

You can call practically every tele-
phone in tt>e world from your tele-
phone. Tell the "OPERATOR" you
wish to place an overseas call arx)
}ive the name of the country you are
calling.



.overseas rates



(For Alaska and Hawaii See Overseas Calls Below

Canada and Mexico/Other Rates Apply.) -

Some typical person-to-person weekday rates for the first 3 minutes (not including Federal Excise
Tax)— Alaska:— Fairt>ank8, Non>e $5.10— Hawaii $5.20— Bermuda $7.90— Japan, most of Eu-
rope and South America $12.60— most of Africa $12.60.

Statiorvto-station service is available to certain of these and other overseas points. Reduced rates
apply on calls to many points after 1 1 :00 PM and all day Sunday.



11



General information

you and your telephone





Tariff*

Tariffs wfiich indude rates, rules arxl regulations for telephone serv-
ice and facilities, approved by the Regulatory Commission, are
available in our Service Office for public review.

The address of the Alabama Public Service Commission is P.O.
Box 991 , Montgomery, Alabama 36130. The toll free number of the
Commission is 1 + 800 + 392-8050.



DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE CHARGING

Within each monthly billing period, the following charges for
Directory Assistance (DA) will apply.

(Note: A maximum of three numbers may be obtained each
time you call DA)

LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE (411)

• Up to 5 calls, there is no extra charge. (5-call allowance)

• There is a 20 cents charge for each call over 5.

IN-STATE DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE (1 -f 555-1212)

• For each unused call in your 5-cail allowance, you can make
one call to DA at no extra charge.

• For each 205 area call completed from and billed to your Kne,
you get one in-state long distance DA call at no extra charge.

• Except as offset above, there is a 20 cents charge for each
in-state DA call.

DIAUNG OPERATOR "0" FOR DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE
AND TO MAKE AN IN-STATE LONG DISTANCE CALL

• If you dial the operata "0" to make a call within the 205 area
and if you request the operator also to obtain a number from
directory assistance, a 20 cents DA charge plus a 20 cents
operator charge couM apply.

• Only the 20 cents DA charge can be offset as above, ec.her

by a tong distance charge to a 205 area or by being witNn the
5-call altowance.

• The 20 cents operator charge will be charged in addition to
the kH>g distarwe toll charge.

CALLS EXEMPT FROM DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE
CHARGING

• Calls to DA requesting numbers outside the 205 area.

• Calls made from coin telephones, hospital patient rooms
and hotel and motel guest room telephones.

• Calls from persons and numbers that are exempted be-
cause a caller is handicapped. (To apply for this handi-
capped exemption, call the Business Office.)



Customer provided equipment

Customer provided equipment may be connected to Telephone
Company facilities only if it is registered or otherwise complies with
the FCC's mles and meets the conditions set forth in the Company's
tariffs. Advance notification to the Telephone Company, by the cus-
tomer, of the type of equipment to be connected and the type of
Telephone Company facility required to make the connections is
necessary. These FCC mies and tariffs are designed to meet the
convenience of the customer and at the same time protect the tele-
phone network against any possible hazards to customers and
Company employees.

A service charge may be incurred if the Telephone Company visits
the premises of the customer and the service difficulty or trouble is
found to have been caused by the customer's equipment or facili-
ties.

If you have any questions concerning the use of customer provided
equipment, please contact your Service Office.



Us* of r**id*nc* t*l*phon** for bu*ln*** purpo***

Residence telephones are installed with the understanding that
they will be used for normal social or domestic purposes. A resi-
dence telephone will be changed to business service if used primar-
ily or substantially for business purposes, or, if the residence tele-
phone number is advertised in connection with the sale of products
or services.

Att*chm*nt* to t*l*phor>**

The Telephor>e Company furnishes all equipment necessary to pro-
vide telephone service. In the interest of safety and good service, no
equipment, apparatus or devices not furnished by the Telephone
Company may be attached to. or used or connected with, its facili-
ties, except as provided in the Company's tariffs.

Knowing alxMit fr*udul*nt call*

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 de-
fraud the Telephone Company of its lawful charges. Violators, upon
conviction, are subject to imprisonment of up to one year or to a Une
of up to $1 .000 or both, in the di8cretk>n of the court.

Directory listings or omissions

It is desired that all customers be property listed in the directory. Er-
rors or omissions shoukj be promptly reported to the Business Of-
fice. The Company assumes no liability whatsoever for damage
purportedly accruing from such errors.

Whon you hear s "beep" tone

A short "beep " tone heard on your telephone Hne about every 15
seconds mearts that the person with whom you are talking is record-
ing your conversation. This signal is provided for your protection. In
most instar>ces, tf>e use of a recorder without a tone- warning device
is contrary to the Company s tariffs and is not permitted. If you do
not want a record made of what you are saying, ask the person with
whom you are talking to disconnect the recording machine. When it
is disconnected, you will no kx>ger hear the "beep " tone.

Automatic snswsring set

Certain telephones are equipped with an automatic device, knovwi
as an automatic answering set. which answers the telephone
mechanically. It then makes a recorded announcement. If your call
is answered by an automatic answering set, listen carefully for the
announcement which will be self-explanatory. Some sets will also
record a message from the caller.

Tslsgrams t»y telephone

You may telephone telegrams, cablegrams or radiograms from
your home or business phone to the Western Union Telegraph
Company. See instnjctions shown under the listing of the company
in this directory. The telegraph charges will appear on your tele-
phone bill.

Out-of-to«m directories

Directories of other cities may be purchased by calling your Service
Office number shown on page 2.

Employee identification cards

For your protection, every empk>yee canies an official identification
card showing their name and photograph. If you have the slightest
doubt about anyone who says they are from the Telephone Com-
pany, please ask to see their card.

Services for Disabled People

If you are disabled or know someone who has a
physical problem in usirig the telephone, we want
I to help. The solution may be provided by special
I equipment we already have available. If not. we
will do our best to help design an effective solu-
tion. Ask your Service Representative for infor-
mation.




Tips for
TORNADO SAFETY



SURVIVAL
in a HURRICANE




12



SKYWARN

Tornadoes are spawned by severe thunder-
storms, and are only one of the thunder-
storm's hazards.

Lightning is the worst killer. St^y indoors
and away from electrical appliances while
the storm is overhead. If lightniHg catches
you outside, keep yourself lower than and
a safe distance from the nearest high, con-
ductive object.

Thunderstorm rains may cause flash floods.
Be careful where you take shelter.

When a tornado approaches, your immediate
action can save your life!

■ in homes, open some windows (but stay
away from them); take shelter in the
basement or under heavy furniture in the
center area of the house.

■ in schools, move quickly (following ad-
vance plans) to shelter areas or to an
interior hallway on the lowest floor.

■ in office buildings, go to an interior hall-
way on the lowest floor or to a designated
shelter area.

■ in factories, move quickly (following ad-
vance plans) to shelter areas. Post a
look-out, if this can be done safely.

■ in shopping centers, go to a designated
shelter area (not to your parked car).

■ Mobile homes are particularly vulnerable
to overturning during strong winds and
should be evacuated when strong winds
are forecast. Damage can be minimized
by securing trailers with cables anchored
In concrete footing. If there is no shelter
nearby, leave the trailer park for low, pro-
tected ground I

■ in open country, move away from the
tornado's path at a right angle. If there
is no time, lie flat in the nearest depres-
sion with your hands shielding your head.
Be alert for flash floods.

DURING A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM OR
TORNADO EMERGENCY LISTEN FOR
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTS
OF LATEST NATIONAL WEATHER SERV-
ICE BULLETINS.

TORNADO WATCH:

tornadoes may develop.

TORNADO WARNING:

tornado detected; take shelter.




Enter the June-November season prepared.
Inventory boards, tools, batteries, nonper-
ishable foods, and other emergency equip-
ment.

A hurricane causes sea level to rise above
normal tidal heights, with giant wind-driven
waves and strong, unpredictable currents.
These are the storm's worst killer.

■ Protect your windows with boards, shut-
ters, or tape.

■ Secure outdoor objects or bring them
indoors.

■ Fuel your car.

■ Save several days' water supply.

■ Stay at home if it is sturdy and on high
ground.

■ Leave mobile homes for more substantial
shelter.

■ Know the elevation of your property
above mean sea level.

■ Have a safe evacuation route planned.

■ Learn the storm surge history for your
area.



When your area receives a hurricane
warning:

■ Leave low-lying areas.

■ Moor your boat securely or evacuate it.

■ Protect your windows with boards, shut-
ters, or tape.

■ Secure outdoor objects or bring them
indoors.

■ Fuel your car.

■ Save several days' water supply.

■ Stay at home if it is sturdy and on high
ground.

■ Leave mobile homes for more substantial
shelter.

Stay indoors during the hurricane.

■ Listen for Weather Service hurricane
bulletins.

You will not be asked to leave your home
unless your life is seriously threatened.
When you receive word to leave, GDI

HURRICANE WATCH:

hurricane may threaten within 24 hours.

HURRICANE WARNING:

hurricane expected to strike within 24 hours.

13



'WP!9P^



Andalusia, Gantt, Red Level, Alabama

This interlocked alphabetical section contains the listings for all subscribers in
Andalusia, Gantt, Red Level. The town or city in which these subscribers are located is
identified by the first three digits of the telephone number.

ANDALUSIA = 222 GANTT = 388

RED LEVEL = 469





A

AAA MOBILE HOME MOVERS Rt 3 222-6435

AAA MOTOR LINES INC

326 Montgomery 222-601 5

Or 222-6285

ABC Board Store No 40 235 S Cotton 222-4715

Abbott Clifford M Rev 808E 3-Notch 222-3480

AbleGradisMrs 388-4485

Abner Geneva 306 N Cotton 222-2034

ABORTION CLINIC

3866 S Court Montgomery 834-5195

ACME DRILLING CO Hwy 84 222-7452

Adams A J 101 Pecan 222-5725

Adams Alfred 100 Devonwood 222-1784

Adams Andy Rt 2 222-4228

Adams Arie Mrs Rt 5 222-7166

Adams Benny Rt 2 222-5731

AdamsC Rose Hill Comm 222-3571

AdamsClifford Rt 2 222-5743

Adams Dane Rt 2 222-7610

Adams Edsil 1403 Daniels 222-3507

Adams Elsie 222-4404

Adams Ernesto 411 Church 222-2265

Adams Fannie Mae Antioch Comm 222-7239

AdamsGBJr Rt 2 222-1472

Adams Gail 1122 Lapine Ln BIwd 222-2392

Adams Hardware Court Sq 222-7413

Adams Hollis Antioch Com 222-3570

Adams IJ 111 Dahlia Dr 222-6759

Adams Irene Rt 2 222-7483

Adams James A Rt 2 222-1569

Adams James Earl Pinecrest Est 222-2365

Adams James L McDonald 222-6459

Adams James Mike Florala Rd 222-4021

Adams Jerald D Rt 1 222-6420

Adams Lavaughn & Ouida

Rt8 222-2301

Adams M A Rt 2 222-3969

Adams Myrtle Mrs Rt 1 222-3702

Adams Richard L Rt 6 388-2798

Adams Twinette 213 A W Haven Apts 222-4817

Adams Waylon

Hideaway Pk Lot 1 222-4372

Adderhold J L 1509 W Ridge Dr 222-5249

Adellum Baptist Church

Brooklyn Rd 222-2958

AdkinsonBob 232 River Falls 222-6166

AdkinsonBob Jr Rt 4 222-7665

Adkison Bruce

1307 Memory Ln GA 222-4869

Adkison J B Rt 5 222-4316

Adkison J B Rt 5 222-6714

Agricultural Marketing Assoc Of Ala

Brooklyn Rd 222-1012

Ainsworth Alton Rt 5 222-7146

Ainsworlh Betty Rt 7 222-1232

Ainsworth Bobby Rt 6 222-4534

Ainsworth Franklin Rt 5 222-2833

AinsworthGeorgeJ 410- 2nd 222-2172

Ainsworth WC

204 B W Haven Apt 222-5967

AkinsEmmaLee 431 N Cotton 222-1040

Akins Johnny B 600 N Cotton 222-7359

Alabama Casket Co Inc 469-5101

Or 469-5341

ALABAMA ELECTRIC CO-OPERATIVE INC

Montgomery Hwy 222-2571

ALABAMA FARM BUREAU INS COS

1731E3-Notch 222-4133

Alabama State Employment Service

513 E 3-Notch 222-1115



Alabama State Of

ABC Enforcement Div Cresent 222-4914

Crippled Children Service 8th Av 222-5558

Dept Of Agriculture & Industry

Shipping Point Inspection Div Pearl 222-6872

Dept Of Conservation Game & Fish Div

Wildlife Section Dist Ofc Crescent 222-5415



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