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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED SE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT, REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, 'HE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1976 PAGE 5 Quilting Party Free Of Touchy Dominance Of Man' Most all of the pioneer la- of something that was freefrom were members of a group the mild, but often touchy, do- as a uilting party. It minance of man. that ladies of ages of The ladies would carry the have enjoyed being a part scissors, threads and quilt pat- ches in neat little baskets which were made from delicate reeds. The beautiful embroidered ini- by Clmrlle Webbr The beautiful, small, almost invisible stiches, and the won- derful designs in the arrange- ments of the quilt patches of the completed quilt showed, in part, the delicate art and deep imagination possessed by the wonderful pioneer ladies of Money By Mistake Martin took a $37.50 check to the bank to be cashed. But the teller, absentmindedly overlook- ing the decimal point, counted out $3.750. Martin accepted the money without a word and went home rejoicing. But his joy did not last long. The bank discovered the mistake, reclaimed the money, and then had Martin arrested on a charge About our Social Security People under 7Z can work and earn more and still get their social security benefits in Plans have been finalized for posters will be on display from each school. These selected the local judging of the Hire 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., Tues- winners will be entered in the the Handicapped Poster Con- day, January 13, 1976 for any State competition to vie for test. It will be held this year interested persons to see. These prize money with winners from in the gym of the Covington posters should especially at- other schools in Alabama. County Board of Education tract students and teachers, Local prize money will be Building (old Bethune School), their time permitting. At 10:00 awarded to the winners by the just off the North By Pass and o'clock the judges willbeginse- Andalusia and Opp Posts of the Eighth Avenue inEndalusia. The leering the winning posters from Veterans of Foreign Wars. The following pe~ple have llll II agreed to serve as judges this year: ltello Friends & Citizens Mr.W. GeneKertin, Alabama State Supervisor for Rehabilita- SALE JANUARY 9 THRU JANUARY 13 PAIR ON RACK K~HT PANTS A. PAIRs 5.00 & BLENDS A PAIRs LE OF PANTS 3. O O ! TABLE SHIRTS & PANTS S 1.50EAC. 1 TABLE KNIT MAT ON BOLT S 1.98 YARD THEY LAST CAR COATS EACH SLACKS s3.49 A PAIR A FEW BOY*S JACKETS S2.00 EAC,,, SIZES 12 TO 18 FLORALA, ALABAMA CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my friends and relatives for kind- nesses and courtesy during my accident and recovery. Mrs. Lucy Campbell l-8-1tp FOR SALE - corn fed beef. 80 per pound, cut and wrap- peal. Call Derry Braswell at 4-6611 or 4-5906. l-8-1tp I DO tree cutting, yard work, carpenter work, roof work, small cement jobs, and just about anything you need done. Also, I have oak wood for sale. Contact Pete Dirga at 8-0156. I-8- Itp I WILL DO ironing or baby- sitting in my home.. 215 East Third Street. North from Ala- bama-Florida state line on 331, the second paved street on the left, (past old Sports Center), first house on corner. I-8- lip FOR SALE FOR SALE: 12x'/0 mobile home. Set up in Florala. Approximately 18 months old. 3 bedrooms, bath and 1/2. Central heat and air. A real good buy. Ann Agency Phone 222-5544 or 222- 4370. 12-25-tfc ] I -- FOR SALE - 1970 Plymouth Sports Satellite. Call 8-3185 or after 6:00 8-2056. I- l-tfc CRAWFORD SAWMILL, Lau- rel Hill, now operating full time. . For custom cut lumber from your logs, see us. I- I - 2tp WANTED - 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent In or near Flo- rain. Please contact Mr. or Mrs. Watson at 8-8101 or 566- 6997 in Troy. I- I: tfc 500 new colleges established in the U.S. during the 1960's. LOST- 1 - 16 Ga. Automa- tic "Sportsman" Remington Shotgun. Near Dorcas, Florida on highway. $50.00 reward for return. Contact DeKoven Mar- tin or Leon Bishop. Dial 8- 0385 or 7-4175. l-8-1tp LOOKING FOR small house to rent in Florala area. Call %4552 after 5:30 or contact Shirley Clary, Department #2 at Franklin Ferguson. l-8-1tp IF LEAKING WATER Faucets or valves are your problem, calI Q. P: Flournoy, 8-3512for fast and economical repairs. l-8-4tp FOR SALE - 8N Ford Trac- tor. All most like new, with four new tires $1,400.00. Su- per A Farmall tractor; one row with bottom plow disk harrow cultivator; and planter. All in A-1 shape. $1,400.00. Just North of new telephone build- ing, on Adams Street in Pax- ton, Florida. l-8-1tpd GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: For right party and fabric and sewing industry to be opening soon in Florala, Alabama. Ideal job and career for middle aged lady. If you have experi- ence in this field, we would like to talk to you. Must have minimum investment of $5,000 to coverinven- tory. Will train right party. For further details, write to: c/o The Florala News, P.O. Box 467, Florala, Ala- bama 36442. Mark IV En- terprises. 1-1-4tc ANDALUSIA, first $15,300 of covered earn- ings for the year, starting in January.The 1975 base was $14,000. Since benefit amounts are based on average earnings co- vered by social security, the increase in the wage base means that people working now will be mtitled to higher payments la- er. Social security pays over ~5 1/2 billion a month in re- :irement, disability, and survi- ors benefits to over 31 million 3eople. The SocialSecurity Ad- ministration is an agency of the U. S. Department of Health, Edu- cation and Welfare. Productivity Figures Show Record Gains Productivity in the total private economy climbed at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 9.5 per cent in the third quarter of 1975, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is 1.9 per cent above the third quarter of 1974. Output jumped 12.1 per cent and hours worked rose by 2.4 per cent, according to the Bureau, for the largest in- crease in output per hour of all persons since the first quarter of 1972. Timber Program Saves You Money Timber is expensive, but if you're lucky enough to live near a national forest you may be able to use some of the timber for firewood, fencing, building and other domestic purposes. But you must check with the local District Forest Ranger, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. A "special use" permit may be issued to you at no cost if ou are a resident of an area *,here the Free Use Timber Program is in effect. Use of such timber is limit- :d to nonprofit-making ven- ures. For more information, vrite to the Division of Timber danagemeot, Forest Service, J.S. Department of Agricul- ure, Washington, D.C. 20250. A 60-watt bulb burns for 17 hours for the same money it takes to light a 100-watt bulb for 10 hours. The Tri-City Rescue Squad made a total of 16 ambulance runs the past week( 1012 miles were logged, using 53 man hours. During the month of Decem- ber, an election of officers was held for the year 1976. Clayton Smith will serve as Captain, Bud Jackson as Leiutenant and H. O. Bass, treasurer. One of the trailers the City of Florala received in the dis- aster assistance program, is being used as headquarters for the Tri-City Squad. The boys are in need of furniture for furnishing the trailer. So, if you have any discarded furni- ture suitable for this purpose, please phone Smith at 858-8722; Jackson, 858-0643 or Bass at 858-1049. Now is a good time to start an annual donation in support of the Tri-City Squad - all dona- tions are tax deductible and will be most appreciated. TAX Cont. From Front B, directions on the form explain that every municipality has de- fined legal limits. If the area where you live is unincorpora- ted, or is outside the legal li- mits of the place named in Ques- tion A, check "No" to Question B. If you are not sure whether you live within the legal limits, check "Don't Know" to Ques- tion B. Question D, the form alsoex- plains, applies only to town- ships or equivalent areas in New England, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jer- sey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Da. kern, and Wisconsin. Taxpayers who have difficulty in answering the residence questions are instructed to seek assistance from theirlocal gov- ernment officials or to write the Bureau of the Census, Re- sidence Question, Washington, D.C. 20233, or to call collect at 812-948-2111 between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. (E.S.T.) Monday through Friday. PLUMBING - ELECTRICAL Old Or New Experienced - Youthful NO JOB TOO i,AR(;E OR SM ~1.1. ALL WORK (SUARANTEED PHONE 8- 1082 Stan Caraway PLUMBING - ELECTRICAL IMPORTANT TRAVEL NOTICE! Trailways Is Teaching The Old Dog* New Tricks Any Tuesday between January6, 1976, and January 27, 1976, Trailways is offering half fare on round trip interstate travel. It's a fact that when many people think about bus travel, Greyhound* usually comes to mind. It's not that they feel Trailways is an inferior company, they've just never thought about trying us. Test Us half fare is a money-saving chance for the public to ride with us and compare our buses and service to Greyhound's, to see why we call Trailways, The Best Bus Going. We want to show Greyhound customers exactly why they should be our customers. CAPITAL TRAILWAYS Florala, Alabama W. R. Peters, Agent ALABAMA A.F. TOMPKINS Phone 222- 2192 Pecan Orchards? or Trees Cllt And Removed Fom Nee.d Stumps Removed From Yards st wildlife and chase story in the history of the North! MIKE MAZURKI T'~," ;, : JIMMY KANE , .c r, Jc,~ ~e~e,,c~ :, DIC~ '~0,TH I~tLEAS[ C010e ~ Cr! of larceny. tills of the owners were found years ago. At the trial, he pleaded not starting in January, according What do you know'for sure? For instance you name it - econo- tion and Crippled Children Set.- ,, on the lid of the baskets. Some- The quilting party would make guilty, to Vernon A. Kilpatrick, social mics, law, health, ethics, etc., and the more you read and hear, vice - and - Executive Secre- times sewn under the lid was and give the warm and beautiful 'it was their error, not mine." security district manager in the more confused and bewildered you become. This used to be tary of the Governor's Commit- an artistically hand-cut piece quilt to the lady of the home he reasoned. 'qhey gave me that Andalusia. called brainwashing and/or cover-up. The communists are good tee on Employment of the II " of red flannel with all types of where the quilting party was money of their own free will." at this. Are most of our authorities and news media borrowing, quilting needles stuck neatly held. While doing the delicate Nevertheless. the court ruled "In 1976 people can earn as copying and even adding to the communist's script of tactics? Handicapped; Mr. James C.Ga- J through the flannel, and artistic quilt work, the In- that Martin was indeed guilty of much as $2, 760 and get their Most people, especially the well educated who write and/or edit tes, U. S. Department of Labor, larceny. The court said he corn- full social security retirement the news, advertising, bills of law, health, ethics, etc., can easily Veterans Employment Repre- ~ :. The quilt patches used in mak- dies would often discuss their mitred the crime by taking money or survivors benefit," Kilpat- word and translate their business, or policies where it is under- sentative for the State of Ala- standable to Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public, or with multiple words bama; Mrs. J. D. Dobbins, Re- P" ....... ' ing the quilt were varied in co- own importance and goodnessin that he knew wasn't his, fully in- rick said. 'The yearly earn- and word arrangements can confuse most of the people, most of K.~[3F~" I~] lors and materials. Some pat- a somewhat man-dominated land tending to keep it. presenting the Veterans of Fo- 18 HEREI ~ ches were wool, while others and country. (-ourts generally agree. In the ings limit for 1975 was $2,520. the time. view of the law, an accidental The increase keeps the amount To blame Ex-President Nixon and/or the church people for reign Wars Auxiliary. ~ ]~J~" were made from velvet and red Perhaps mostallofthecreat- overpayment is supposed to be in line with increases in gen- America's and the world's misery and problems in economics, Both men have been involved ~I I~,.~ cotton calico materials. Even ed beauty and goodness of the banded back at once. eral average wages." health, law, ethics - even weather etc., is a shame and cover- with the Hire the Handicapped I~ broadcloth and siik patches were universe has felt the delicate But what if Martin had ac- For earnings over $2,760 in up for unscrupulous men who are hiding in the bushes or dis- Poster Contest for a number touch in some way from the cepted the money in all innocence, guise. i l/ used sometimes. ~=== .~ .~ compassionate but independent not discovering the error until he 1976, social security benefits You can expect the unexpected in 1976. What man can do for of years, and Mrs. Dobbins is ]'~r~r 7",//ff~:?J~,/L',~[. ,.,('ff~, heart of a lady. got home? If he decided at that will be reduced by $1 for every and to his fellow man will continue to slowly surface. If it came an art teacher. These judges ~lPlJJ~_lJJlJlJl~ ]~kLJ~ j #~('!!" ~ ...... , point to keep it. would he be guilty $2earned. "But no matter ho,w, to light all at one time, many would faintand/orbecomenau- are all from Montgomery~ L.~'~, ,t~"~--]~ of larceny? much people earn for theyear, ' seated. Nearly 300 posters have been In the last two years the Many courts say no, although Kilpatrick said, "They can get Hope to continue this and put a little more light on those in submitted this year and 12 of ~,.' : :~ price of domestic jet fuel has he would probably be utility of a ~-A i~NI)O~ [ [heBiggeslH0wl ~,*: f~ more than doubled from a base lesser offense. As one judge ex- their full social security bene- the bushes. Dan McLeod the 15 eligible schools are plained, larceny technically in- fit for any month in which they P.O. Box 103 participating. All who desire !~. I EverlJneashed! 1iJE, price of 12 cents a gallon, says volves a dishonest purpose at the neither earn over $230 nor do Lockhart, Alabama to see these posters while they , ;:: ~ ~ the Air Transport Association very moment of taking, substantial work in their own are on display are welcome on ~lr~ ; ~~ of Washington. Nor is it larceny if someone takes another person's property business." The 1975 monthly Tuesday, the 13th, between 8:00 under the mistaken--but reason- earnings limit was $210. Kitchens and bathrooms and 10:00 a.m. Winners will i]~' }i~ ~i~..r ~!! ~, able--belief that he has a legal Different rules apply todis- SellingYourHome are showcase areas for cleanli-be announced as soon as pos- right to do so. abled people who are getting ~all$ For ~leallttD ness.'Check and repair caulking sible through the local news That kind of a case arose when social security disability bene- -- ~ in bathtubs and showers, and media. a landlady noticed that one of he, fits. "And people 72 and over When you show your home make sure these rooms sparkle. "~~ CARD OF THANKS roomers had spilled ink on a car- tO prospectwe' buyers, you want When showing your home, "F~00,. 7~..,.THAI. /I-/~-I,~ pet. To make sure he would pay will continue to get their full it to look as attractive as pos- . . avoid having too many people DIE TRUE STORY OF A .N --L ALWAYS REMEM~ for cleaning the carpet, she took social security benefits regard- .slble The following tips will p se .re nt The potential buyer T, i.hb HE BECAME A LEGEND YOU'LL NEVER FORGL~... pressingMy familygratitudeJoins andme thanksin ex- curity.a watch out of his room as se- less of earnings," Kilpatrick help. t" ....... will feel like an intruder and ~[i~ i~l,~;:: ~ or~ Ill en_,~m"g~[~ to all of you who were so kind As a matter of law, she had no noted, r.cmuvc all unnecessary will hurry through the house. and thoughtful during the death claim on the watch. But when the The $2,520 figure applies to articles from your basement K e ets out of the wa of our danghter, Betty JoTatum. roomer had her haled into court earnings for 1975. People who and attic. Strive for an un- e p p Y. " te be The cards, the beautiful flo- On a charge of larceny, the judge earn over $2,520 and get bene- cluttered look. If necessary, -\ ,, '\ :] =l~e wers, food and every other ex- found her not guilty. Thejudge fits must send a report on1975 brighten dark basement walls pression of love and sympathy said she had acted in good faith, earnings to social security by with a coat of paint. "~AC /f'~/H "~;/799~'/~ " ~-'~"~-"",,~'/~" i. tS,- ~/~ were deeply appreciated, without the slightest intention of April 15, 1976. Arrange bedrooms so the)' /i t(.. k/~ i t///(,,s,.~c. ~-'~f~/-L.~.~5~i ~'1 "t We wish, too, to thank the keeping the watch for herself, look as large as possible. Re- : z ~ ~., ,, doctors and nurses at Florala The social security contribu- move excess furniture and use j.~,/~ ~_~ ~ , -~-~:~, ,~,,~..~tt..,.,,, 't, ] "~~--,JTx- zr -,,.._ '~ "k ~' ~ ~:~.:i~ *'~::~.::~.:~;,.,~ ~7'~,:.~.:::~:~ Memorial Hospital, for their A public service feature of the lions rate remains the ~ame in freshly laundered curtains, ffo-2-,~. ) 1 ~ \~,~"~'k:,{, ~'~ ~'-~ . xb~ T~~, ~ ~ .... , .... e~~~:~,~il :: i kiednesses and for every other American Bar Association and ~~ i .f~,~WIS, .;~ courtesy shown us. A special the Alabama State Bar Associa- 1976 -- 5.85 percent of covered ~ ~.~f..J~,~,~ \-~JJr.. i thanks goes out toDr. A.G. tlon. Written by Will Bernard. wages contributed by employees R escue Mr. andMrs. RedQualls " 1974 American Bar Association and employers; 7.9 percent of 0 ~ ~ x~,l~. ~; And Family covered self-employed income. W:,~LW~,e~--...~ " , .. .'~ ~ .... 1-8-1tp . The earnings and contribu-, ~'N A lot of people are smarte, "True love will find a way!" su~v Two-year colleges accounted hons base -- the amount on,~ than they look--and that's re. 2-3:45-1:15 MO...XUES: for nearly three-fifths of the which social security contri- k.J assuring." - ,:4s 0utions are made -- will be the