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- ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ;UBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 197;,: |Conomic Quoe w,o and Stabilization AMvm.o nnmnw OorvOoo and room and exempt from and room and for state colleges ~rsities and private, Schools, colleges and are exempt from :rols. However, pri- operating for pt from price ~ase above a violation of sta- ogram guidelines? policy of the ssion is that price Will not be allowed Justified on the basis taking into Productivity gains. price adjustments 2.5 percent and above 2.5 percent led on the basis of cost ~s and other factors. Percent figure is the Price Commission is as the average price across the economy. file a PC-1 for the quarter in which a price increase has oc- curred. A PC-51 is a report of price increases, sales, costs, and profits and must be filed quarterly by Tier I and II firms. If a state law or state phar- maceutical board or other of- ficial agency prohibits the post- ing of legend drug prices, what should a pharmacist or phar- macy owner do? The pharmacist or pharmacy owner, lille other retailers, must comply with Federal Price Commission regulations and post prices if sales total $200,000 or more. In the pre-dawn darkness of a Mediterranean morning late last month, men of the 34thMarine Amphibious Unit were making a final check of their' combat and survival gear before hitting the beaches. Marine Corporal Charles S. Halley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Halley of Stella Rt., Florala. Alabama. was among those men, and stormed ashore out a room in my'before first Is the rent I charge to control under the stabilization pro- "oCcupied dwellings of units having long- onth rental are exempt from rols. llservicefirms, such restaurants and repair shops, exempt controls as are re- sales of less exemption applies firms and not firms. such as a which operates Oncession in a large store exempt from quirements if the de- less than$200,000 ~enues even thoughthe afhas morethan$200,- annually? COncessionaire whose ~Pany has an annual of less than Is subjec! to the post- ~rements lithe store in has an annual of more than A concessionaire company is less is not subject to if the R operates also sales volume of $200,000. h con- whose parentcom- annualsales volume MYSTERY PACKAGES an $200,000 must post lists regardless of sales volume of the in which new Forms PC-I, PC-51 now,avail- Revenue Ser- es? These forms are now ~t IRS offices in many :bout the country. Is filed only once, to Period profit mar- by any Tier I and which have raised 'desire to raise them. lust be filed by Tier I er a price increase II firms must are two ways medical benefits ufider Medi- be paidi" Vernon A. ~nager of the An- Security office, is for payment to ectly to the doctor the patient and he method," Kil- ated. The patient nd signs Part I of the ~r Medicare pay- 90). Then thedoc- will complete send in the request e payment. ~nd way," Kilpatrick ~r the patient to ap- medical insurance These pay- be made either the bill has been Patient must com- Sign Part I of the re- Medicare payment The patient should form with any to the carrier Medicare in your address is listed of your Medicare light with more than 500 other Marines in a mock assault on the "enemy" at Carboneras, Spain. With helicopters and powerful amphibian tractors they secured the beachhead, and after three days of operation ashore con- cluded "Phiblex 8-72", a highly realistic exercise designed to keep our Marines in combat- ready condition. MARCH 19 DESIGNATED AS CANCER PRAYER SUNDAY Sunday, March 19, has been set aside as CANCER PRAYER SUNDAY in all units and Coun- ties throughout Alabama. Education Chairman has called upon worshippers of all faiths to pray for suffering can- cer patients, their families, and for man's eventual conquest over this dread disease. "You can help in the fight in two ways: By having a health check-up, and by supporting the American Cancer Society's three point program of re- search, education, and patient service," the chairman said. April is "Cancer Control Month" throughout the Nation, and the month of the ACS annual education and fund-raising cru- sade. SELMA TO HOST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES CONVENTION Selma, Alabama will host hun- dreds of Jehovah's Witnesses who are now making final plans to attend their first Christian convention in 1972 in Ala- bama Circuit #4A. For the three days of March 17-19, the Eastside Jr. High School in Selma will be alive with activity as the facilities will be used for the ministerial training of the Witnesses and to encourage and upbuild them amid the growing trend of god- lessness. Mr. Walter Anderson, spokesman for Jehovah's Wit- nesses in Opp said, "Emphasis at the convention will be placed on impressing on the minds of all to be 'conscious of their spiritual needs' as well as being alert to aid others." He added, "Even though the world today is disregarding the principles of the Bible we are determined to adhere even more closely to God's Word as we endeavor to remain 'ministers of righteous- , hess' in these critical times." The highlight of the three days of lectures and demonstrations will be the hour public Bible lecture on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. entitled, "Are You Marked for Survival?" The principle spea- ker will be H. C. Hoskins of Brooklyn, N.Y. All interested persons are in- vited to attend. MRS. STRICKLAND ATTENDS FOOD SERVICE CONFERENCE Mrs. Lillian Strickland at- tended the 19th Annual Food Service Conference at the Uni- versity of Alabama, March 7, 8, and 9. Mrs. Strickland was in- vited by the University to give a talk on "Policies and Proce- dures for Dietitic Work". She was introduced by Mrs. Doro- thy Jones, Professor of Foods, Nutrition and Management, at the University.. Other speakers were Dr. Min- nie Miles, Professor of Manage- ment at the University of Ala- bama, Dr. Elizabeth Davis, Pro- fessor of Nutrition and Foods, Auburn University, Mr. Hilton Stanley, Education Director, Alabama Hospital, Assn. "A class reunion is an occa- sion for seeing how much faster your old buddies have aged than you have." said that any So- Office will be glad in completing the that there would for this service. that persons need- the re- meat call Social Security it is possible to atire matter by te- number to call Just dial operator ~0. It is toll 25 WATCHES WILL BE SOLD FOR ONLY $1.17 IN OUR MYSTERY BOXES DURING THIS SALE Other Packages Contain Jewelry, French Perfume and Other Valuable Gift Items. Every Mystery Box Contains Guaranteed Values Well Worth $1.17 to $20.00 or More. 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