The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama (2024)

a ons. S. JANUARY 21, 1976 The Montgomery Advertiser PAGE 23 Wallace Opens Campaign For Primary in Illinois CHICAGO (AP) Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace, opening his Illinois presidential primary campaign, said Tuesday that welfare funds and not a tax increase should be used to bolster the Social Security system.

At a series of airport news conferences, Wallace said he opposes a plan of President Ford's to increase Social Security taxes. He said stricter enforcement of welfare eligibility rules would furnish money to support the system "until it become actuarily sound." "Billions of dollars of welfare money goes down the drain in states like Illinois and others throughout this Wallace said. "I would transfer some of those funds if necessary to the (Social Security) Trust Fund." "We must stop the continuous increase of taxes on the middle, class, which is the working man," he said. Wallace stopped first in the state capital of Springfield and flew on to Peoria and Chicago after which he left for Boston. The Democratic National Committee, he said, has attempted to abolish primary elections in the states where he has scored victories in the past.

"You know they've got what Wallace, Wife Cornelia they call a Wallace problem," he said. "There's no Wallace problem. The Wallace problem AP Wirephoto Arrive in Illinois is standing back there." He gestured to a group of his supporters carrying a banner Around the Nation Leftist High Court Overrules Case Return Taking WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) that federal judges may not return cases to state courts for trial the narrow out in federal law. Leftist Moslem militiamen apexcept on grounds spelled parently won control of large By a 5-3 vote the justices rebuffed a judge in Kentucky who Christian areas of Lebanon sent an automobile accident case back to a state court on Tuesday. A powerful Christian grounds it could be tried sooner there.

leader called for intervention by the United States, the United "That justice may move more slowly in some federal courts than in their state counterparts is not one of the conNations or Western Europe. U.S., Lebanese, Syrian and siderations that Congress has permitted the district courts to Israeli government and milirecognize," Justice Byron R. White wrote for the court. denied of Justice William H. Rehnquist, speaking for the dissenters, tary sources reports massive Syrian armed intersaid the court's decision would permit persons involved in vention in war but indicated lawsuits to "substantially delay justice" by insisting on that an estimated 1,500 troops federal court trial.

of the Palestine Liberation Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and Justice Potter Stewart Army had crossed into Lebanon joined him in the dissent. from Syria to fight on the Moslem side Police Arrest 4 in Ski Mask Gang U.S Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger warned against BARTOW, Fla. (AP)- Police say they hope they have put outside intervention, and, Arab an end to a nine-month reign of mayhem by a band of League skiSecretary-General masked marauders in central Florida by arresting four per- Mahmoud Riad called for an sons Tuesday. immediate Arab summit to setAuthorities said they believed the gang was responsible for tle the war.

a trail of murder, rape, torture and robbery through Central State-run Lebanese television Florida the past nine months. announced that Syrian Foreign But those arrested were only charged with buying, receiv- Minister Abdul Halim Khading and concealing stolen property. They were identified as dam and the Syrian army and four Bartow residents: Daniel Morris Thomas, 27; his wife, air force chiefs were due in Lottie Mae, 25; Lee Otis Martin, 19, and a 16-year-old boy Beirut on Wednesday to try to not identify. work out a settlement. Inpolsked if additional charges would be filed against the four, formed sources said Lebanese William Troelstrup said, "If such charges are warranted, the Moslem leaders had proposed investigation will bear it out." Syrian Army Chief of Staff Gen.

Sen. Goldwater Criticizes Nixon NEW YORK (AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater said Tuesday that he didn't think former President Richard Nixon "ever told the truth about his connections with Watergate." Asked during a television interview whether thought Nixon was honest, Goldwater said, "No. I don't think so, and think that was his He added, "I don't think he really ever told the truth about his connections with Watergate." The senator said he once asked Nixon to tell the truth about Watergate and that the president "got kind of mad at me." The Arizona Republican, interviewed on NBC's "Tomorrow" show, also said the Senate Intelligence Committee went too far in its investigation of the Central Intelligence Agency and should have spent more time looking into the FBI. A member of the committee for the past year, the conservative Republican from Arizona said the inquiry has damaged the CIA and that he had urged the committee chairman to limit the investigation.

Supreme Court Gets Housing Case 'WASHINGTON (AP) A landmark housing discrimination case which has been in the courts for nearly 10 was placed in the hands of the Supreme Court on Tuesyears day. The court heard arguments on a challenge to the system of site selection for public housing projects in Chicago. Its decision will affect other cities as well. The issue boils down to whether federal courts may require the location of low income housing in predominantly white suburbs to break up inner-city segregation. The justices are expected to decide the case during their current term, which will probably end late in June.

The government appealed the case to the high court last February after the U.S. Circuit Court in Chicago ordered the formulation of a "comprehensive metropolitan area plan" for housing desegregation. FBI's Hoover Termed Uncooperative WASHINGTON (AP) The late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover refused to cooperate with local police departments in fighting crime, according to one current and two former top big city police officials. "Unless he could get the glory, the cooperation was pretty limited," former New York City Police Commissioner Patrick J.

Murphy said Tuesday. What cooperation existed had to be worked out on a personal basis between police and local FBI agents, he added. "With Hoover it was a oneway street," said Boston Police Commissioner Robert diGrazia. "'The FBI would gather information and give as little back as possible to the local police department." James Ahern, former New Haven police chief said Hoover's refusal to share information frustrated his efforts to prosecute organized crime figures. All three men agreed that the situation was "much improved" under current FBI Director Clarence Kelley, who previously headed the Kansas City Police Department.

2 Death Notices seven great grandchildren. Leak Memory B.R. BROOKS CARGILE DONLIN, Miss Josephine. Services were held from The Church of St. Bede The Venerable Tuesday at 10 a.m.

with Monsignor Joseph McArdie and Father Francis Cusack officiating. Burial In St. Margarets at Oakwood Cemetery, White Chapel directing. Pallbearers were Claude Boyd, Johnny Biggio, Ben Harwell, Frank Richardson, Jimmy Richardson and Bob Olm. POWELL, William Lafyette, 76, a restdent of 2505 Plum St.

and of Montgomery for 26 years, died in a local hospital at 11 a.m. Tuesday after a brief Illness. Funeral services will be held from White Chapel at 10 a.m. day with burial the Prospect Cemetery. Survivors Include the wife, Mrs.

Annie Bell Powell, Montgomery; one daughter, Mrs. Doris Harris, Montgomery: one son, William B. Powell, Montgomery; five sisters, Mrs. Bertie Mullens, Mrs. Ruth Owens both of Clanton, Mrs.

Betle Wyatt, Prattville, Mrs. Zanie Jordan, Tallahassee, Fla. Mrs. Nette Rutherford, Pensacola, six grandchildren; six great grandchildren. THAGGARD, Mrs.

Fannie Brown, resident of Montgomery for 6 months and of 1437 Marlowe Drive died at her residence Tuesday after an extended Illness. Services will be held from the Gray Funeral Home Chapel at Anniston, Al. Wednesday at 3 p.m. Survivors Include four daughters, Mrs. Mildred T.

Lamar, Hope Hull, Leota T. Houser, Loughman, Mrs. Carolyn T. Treadaway, Montgomery and Mrs. Nell T.

Catrett, Anniston, three sisters, Mrs. Lena Kimbro and Mrs. Fay Colquit both of Dozier, Al. and Mrs. Lucille Whittle, Georgiana, twelve grandchildren and ADKINS, Mrs.

Lucille Barnett (Mrs. Charles Reamer), 82, of 2138 College Street and of Montgomery for one year died 5:45 a.m. Tuesday moss. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday from Greenwood Cemetery with the Dr.

Paul A. Duffey officiating, Leak Memory Chapel directing. Survivors Include one sister, Mrs. Violet B. Rmynolds, Montgomery; a number of nieces and nephews.

BROWN, Mrs. Eddle Fussell, 79, a resident of 1613 Yancey Avenue died January 20, 1976 at her residence after a brief Illness. Survivors Include her husband, Henry R. Brown, Montgomery; daughters, Mrs. Clotiel Faulk, Montgomery, Mrs.

Vonclel Huffman, Mobile, Mrs. Eddie Bell Pierce, Kelso, Washington, Mrs. Hazel Segaro, Montgomery; one son, Fussell Brown, Bay Minette, sisters, Mrs. Lola Conners, Montgomery, Mrs. Irma McLain, Atmore, Mrs.

Murrell Sirmans, Pensacola, a number of grandchildren and great children, Funeral services will be from Leak Memory Chapel at a time to be announced. TOMLIN, Mrs. Maggie 76, of 1445 Narrow Lane Court died January 18, 1976 In a local hospital after an ed Iliness. Survivors Include one ter, Mrs. Lucy Brevig, Valdosta, two daughters, Mrs.

Sara Brown, Miami, Miss Betty Tomiln, Montgomery: 'several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 3 p.m. Monday from Leak Memory Chapel with Dr. Cecil E. Bradley Graveside services were In Savanah, Tuesday, January 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Eastern Standard Time. Burial was In Savanah, GA. Ross-Clayton MONTGOMERY COLEMAN, Mrs. Mary Clara, 730 Alabama Street, died In a local hospital. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m.

at the Hutchinson Street Baptist Church. The Rev. H.M. Steele will officiate. Burial will be In Mt.

Moriah Cemetery. RossClayton Funeral Home directng. She was a member of the Sons and Daughters of Cornellus Society No. 4. Survivors Include her mother, Mrs.

Mary L. Felder: sisters, Mrs. Ruby Moore, and Mrs. Martha J. Arrington; brothers, Mr.

Demus Felder, Mr. Ed Felder, Mr. Reuben Felder, and Mr. Henry Felder; five grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; one uncle; one aunt; a host of nieces, nephews; and other relatives. GORDON, Mrs.

Ardella 1435 So. Hall Street. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at Clinton Chapel A.M. Zion Church.

The Rev. Joshua Bettis will officiate. Burwill be In Remount Cemetery. Ross Survivors Funeral Home directing. Mr.

her husband, Urelee Gordon; one daughter, Mrs. Betty Seymour; sons, Mr. Urelee Gordon and Theodore R. Gordon; sisters, Mrs. Pearl W.

Thomas, Cleveland, Ohio; brothers, Mr. Moses A. Williams, Mr. Orrin Williams. Mr.

Alonza Williams; grandchildren, Michelle Seymour, and Alonza Seymour 111; son-in-law, Mr. Alonza Seymour sisters-In-law, Mrs. A.M. Norris. Mrs.

Rosa Farley; Ruby Williams, Mrs. Edith Williams and Mrs. Alonza Williams, Cleveland, Ohio and other relatives. The body will tie In state at the church from 1:30 p.m. Thursday until funeral hour.

Lee's MONTGOMERY LEWIS, Mr. Eugene, 663 Bullock Street. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 12:00 noon, from Bethel Baptist Church, with Rev. E. Martin officiating.

Burial In Westcott Cemetery, Lee's Funeral Home directing. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Willle Lee Lewis; thirteen daughters, Deloris, Caron, Sharon, Willie Thelma Lewis, Annie L. Potts, Jessie M. Belser, Clintoria Lewis, Barbara Murry, Betty Thomas, Mizella Miller, Maragrett Murrell, Dorothy Belser; one son, Mr.

Willie James Belser; mother, Mrs. Prevella Lewis; father, Mr. James E. Lewis; three sisters, Willle L. Laws, Lillie Hinnant, and Eula King; sons-In-law; three brotherIn-laws; mother and father-In-law.

Lula Belser, and J.B. Belser; 12 grandchildren; nine aunts, six uncles; a host of neices, nephews, other tives and friends. Family hour 6-7 P.M. Tuesday. WILEY, Mr.

Edgar, Lowndesboro, Alabama, died Monday. Funeral will be held Sunday at 2:00 P.M. from Baptist HIll Baptist Church, Lownesboro, with Rev. M.D. Thomas, officiating Burial in Lownesboro Lee's Funeral Home directing.

Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Rosa B. Wiley; six daughters, Mrs. Mary B. Howard, Ohio, Ida B.

Smith, Cleveland, Mrs. Jale Stewart, Montgomery, Josephine Edwards, Ohio, Eilzabeth Gibbs, Ohio, and Mrs. Betty J. Harris, Montgomery four sons, Rev. Alexander Wiley, Kentucky, Bill Wiley, Montgomery, John wiley, Chicago, and Charlle Wiley, Ohio; three sisters, Josephine Moore, Montgomery, Minnie Mills, Birmingham, Mrs.

Mamie Rudolph, Lownesboro: 32 grandchildren; four great grandchlidren; four In-law; six sons-In-law; a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. RIDOUT'S PRATTVILLE CHAPEL 365-5982 JONES, Mr. Oscar H. 64, of Rt. 3 Box 246 Prattville, and a native of tauga County died Tuesday In a Montgomery hospital.

Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday from Prattville First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Winston Jay and Rev. Robert Harrington officiating. Burial will be In the Oakhill Cemetery, Ridout's Prattville Chapel directing.

Survivors include his wife, Katle Johnson Jones, Prattville; one daughter Mrs. June Wright, Prattville; two sons Oscar H. Jones Frank D. Jones, Prattville; tw 0 sisters, Mrs. C.A.

Billingsley, Prattville, Mrs. Tasker Powell, Lanett; six grandchildren. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorial donations be made to the Methodist Childrens Home, Selma Al. Visitation will be at the funeral home. Campbell WETUMPKA GRIFFIN, T.C., 85, of 706 Company Street died in a local hospital after a brief Illness.

Funeral services will be 11:00 Wednesday from Chestnut. Creek in Coopers, Al. with Rev. Jake Brown officiating. Burial will be In the Chestnut Creek Cemetery.

Survivors Include his wife, Aisle M. Griffin, Wetumpka; three daughters, Mrs. Merle Marsh, Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Willodean Robinson, Yuma, Mrs. Katie Arington, Alburquerque, New Mexico; two sons, Long Beach, James Crew, Montgomery; one brother, Bob Griffin, Clauton; fourteen grandchlidren.

The body will lie In state at the church 30 minutes prior to services. Pallbearers will be Elvie Crew, Marvin Crew, Doyl Griffin, James Griffin, Clyde Lewis, Ezell Lewis. SMALLWOOD, Clyde, 63, of 306 Orline, Wetumpka died In a local hospital after a brief Illness. Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Wednesday from Grace Baptist Church with the Rev.

BIll Freeney officiating, burial in the Wetumpka City Cemetery, Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Corine Smallwood, Wetumpka; one step-son, James W. Pilgrim, Wetumpka; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl New, Douglasville, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Atlanta, one brother, O.W.

Smallwood, Jacksonville, seven grandchildren; seven great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be the grandsons. The body will lle in state at the church for 30 minutes prior to services. TRIPLETT, James Wesley, 56, of Rt. 1, Titus, died Monday at his restdence after a brief Illness.

Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday from New Home Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim Hankins, Rev. Scott Jordan officiating. Burial will be In the Lebanon Cemetery, Campbell Funeral Home of Wetumpka directing.

Survivors Include his wife, Naomi Triplett, Titus; two daughters, Shirley Thornton, Wetumpka, Kathy Whatley, Titus; one son, Bobby Triplett, Titus; two sisters, Annie Mae White, Talledega, Frances Starr, Anniston; one brother, Wilbur Gay, Tallassee; three grandchildren. The body will lle In state at the church 30 minutes prior to services. Visitation will be after 10 a.m. Tuesday at the family residence. Active pallbearers will be Jake Kelley, Buford Haynes, Jimmy Stubbs, Gordan Allen, Earl Allen, Jack Law.

Gray UNION SPRINGS CAMERON, Annie 87, a lifelong resident of Bethel Community died Tuesday In a Bullock County Nursing Home. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday from Gray Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Gwin officiating. Burial will be in the Bethel Cemetery.

Survivors Include one brother, Mr. Robert L. Cameron three nieces, Miss Eula Mae Bryant, Foley, Mrs. Clyde Snead, Clayton, Mrs. Ruby Broadaway, Clayton; two nephews, Robert Thomas Cameron Union' Springs, Cameron, Birmingham.

22 Automobiles- Death Notices children. The body will ile In state at the church for one hour prior to services. In lleu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Good Hope Cemetery Memorial Trust Fund. Jackson BRUNDIDGE KYSER, Mace, 87, a resident of New Brockton Route 2, died Monday in a Montgomery Hospital. Funeral services will be 2 p.m.

Wednesday from Old Tabernacle Methodist Church, with Rev. William Snellgrove and Rev. Rudy Guest Burial will be In the Church Cemetery with Jackson Funeral Home directing. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Ethel T.

Kyser, New Brockton, R1. two daughters, Mrs. Howard Gibson, Ariton and Mrs. James Lightfoot, Troy Rt. 41 three sons, Baker Kyser and Quay Kyser, both of New Brockton, and Charles Kyser, Montgomery; step-daughter, Mrs.

Barney, Johnson, Montgomery; 16 grandchildren; 14 greaf children. The body will Ile in state at the Funeral Home until p.m. Wednesday when it will be placed at the Church. Johnson GEORGIANA SCRUGGS, William 95 of Greenville died Monday In a Greenville Nursing Home. Funeral services will be 1 p.m.

Wednesday from Johnson Funeral Home Chapel with the. Rev. N.E,. Sellers officiating. Burial will be in the Mt.

Pisgah Cemetery with Johnson Funeral Home of Georgiana directing. Survivors Include one daughter, Mrs. Gladys Manley, Huntsville; two sons, Bryant Scruggs Georgiana, Jacie C. Scruggs, Pensacola, two brothers, Hardy Scruggs, Dozier Scruggs, both of Greenville; thirty three grandchildren; fifty one great grandchildren; and five great great grandchildren. Chapman EUFAULA SELLERS, Jack age 41, died Tuesday In a Columbus, GA.

Hospital. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. E.S.T., Wednesday from man's Chapel, Eutaula, with Rev. Graton Helms officiating. will be 1 p.m.

E.S.T. from Mt. Hilliard Cemetery. Survivors Include his widOW, Mrs. Flo Sellers, Georgetown, one daughter, Cindy Sellers, Georgetown, two sons, Jack R.

Sellers, Jr. and Robert N. Sellers, both of Georgetown, Mother, Lucille Tompkins, Fitzpatrick, two brothers, William H. Sellers, Greenville, Miss. and Jerry B.

Sellers, Atlanta, Ga. STATE ALEXANDER CITY THORNELL, Mr. Ocie Kyle, 81, of Alexander City for 30 years and formerly of Eclectic died 2:30 a.m. Monday In the V.A. Hospital.

Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday from Radneys Funeral Home with the Rev. E.0. Cook officiating. Burial will be in the Mt.

Gilllad Cemetery. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Vida Thornell; one daughter, Mrs. Paul Goerner, Montgomery; one son, William 0. Thornell, Tallassee; three grandsons and one great granddaughter; four sisters, Mrs.

Minnie Sellers, Wetumpka, Mrs. D.D Waters, Eclectic, Mrs. Harold Gaylor, Phenix CitY, Mrs. Alex Wells, Ft. Wayne, Indiana; two brothers, L.G.

Thornell, Oneonta, C.R. Thornell, Eclectic, Announcements 8 Flowers -Gifts- Food McGEHEE-DILLARD TROY SHIRLEY, Shelby in 93, of Rt. 1, Troy died Monday night a Troy Hospital. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday from Goodhope Baptist Church with the Rev.

Orris Sanders officiating. Burial will be in tha Good Hope Cemetery with McGhee Dillard Funeral Home directing. Survivors Include one daughter, Mrs. T.J. DIllard, Troy; four sons, J.

Allen Shirley, S. Sanders Shirley Jr. both of Troy, Murry Shirley, Panama town, Fla. John W. sister, Shirley, Mrs.

Morris: one Howard, Deatsville, sixteen grandchlidren; thirty one great grand- CONDOLENCE FOOD TRAYS Free Dellvery, VARON'S 262-1683 10 Lodge Notices MONTGOMERY Scottish Rite Bodies will hold their regular meeting at the Temple, 407 Adams on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1976. All members are urged to attend, visitors are welcome. A special program for the ladles and members will be presented after the meeting. Forrest W.

Raymond, Secretary 12 Lost and Found DOGS Picked up by Dog Control can be claimed at Humane Society. Yours missing? Come look! Open dally. FOUND. Medulum, size black dog. Montgomery East Area.

Must find home. 277-2396 after 6. LOST: BIRDDOG Pointer, Blue Ridge Area. Liver and White. Reward.

281- 9363. REWARD Lost female Grey cat. White markings. Wearing white collar. Vicinity Village West.

288-1176. 14 Notices Personal, Special ANN P. CARMACK, Electrologist 1020 Monticello Court, 277-5878 Unwanted hair removed permanently. Medically approved. 8 yrs experience.

BIRTHDAY WISHES sent to Missi Hicks on her 7th Birthday. Love, Pat EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! 2 eggs, any style, hash browns or grits, buttered toast, and choice of bacon or sausage plus coffee. Only $1.09. J. C.

NEY'S. Breakfast served from 7 AM to 11 AM. FACIAL and body hair removed permanently. Anesthetic cream provided free. Consultation without obligation.

JACK R. LONDON, Electrologist 122 S. Ripley, 264-1814 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO PAULINE GLENN And many happy returns of the day, from your fellow workers at the Advertiser -Journal. LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water PIlls. At your Drug Store.

OASIS Massage Salon, 547 S. Decatur phone 262-8385. All girl staff. THOMAS G. and Claudia Johnson, call 265-4521, ask for Davis.

TOKYO House, Fingertip massage. All girl staff. 421 Air Base Blvd, 262- 6086. UNIPERM-Now $22.50 AT JCPENNEY Call 288-7950 16 Services A BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN can Increase the value of your home more than you think. Call us for a FREE ESTIMATE on any of your room addltions or remodeling needs.

PATTERSON BUILDERS, 281-0503. A BUILDER OF Polynesian Swimming Pools And Remodeling ALA'S OLDEST HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Since 1945 M. JORDAN SON CONSTRUCTION CO. Terms to Sult You 277-1002 ACCURATE Income Tax Service.

9 yrs. experience. Low rates. Guaranteed. Gary Kelley, 277-0937.

A CONTRACTOR DOES IT ALL Roofing, additions, remodeling, repairs. LARGE or SMALL JOBS. JACK THAGGARD 288-8133 ADD A ROOM Any type remodeling, large or small Free estimates, Licensed. BAMA BUILDERS 281-5068 ADDITIONS All type Remodeling, Carport Enclosures, Custom Homes, Quality Work, Free Estimates. Lee BUILDERS Jake Lee 284-0818 ADDITIONS, Asphalt, brick, block, concrete, driveways, patios, slabs, walkways, chimney work.

Free estlmates. 281-9427. ADDITIONS HOME, Improvement, remodeling, specialized quality since 1955. Free estimates, plans, without obligation. Residential, new Bulldings.

C. J. Construction Ray Wallace, 285-5019. ADDITIONS REMODELING. CUStom homes are our specialty.

Free estimates. IKE BROWN CONSTRUC TION INC. 263-6916. ADDITIONS. Remodeling, painting, roofing, siding, driveways, 30 years experience, financing arranged.

Free estimates. Charles Bush, 264-3998. ADDITIONS, remodeling, repairs, cabinet specialist, free estimates. Experienced. 281-1816 anytime.

Whitworth Co. ADD ON. Repairs, screens, stepd, sills replaced. Floors leveled. Gutters cleaned, repaired.

Bricks. 272-3476. ALL Carpentry, large or small. home and business. 10 yrs.

experience. 281-4878, 288-8013. WANT AD INFORMATION NEW ADS After placing your ad, our AdVisors will read it back to you. Make sure it reads the way you want It, and It is in the correct classification. No ad can be deliberately classified as a prerogative of the person placing the ad.

The tiser Company is the sole Judge of the proper classification for each ad appearing in the classified section and in the best interest of the readers cannot deviate from this policy, ERRORS Check your ad the first day for any errors. We will be happy to correct your ad if an error has been made; however, we cannot be responsible for errors after the first day. Make certain the correction has been made properly. If you cannot rind your ad call us the day you pected it to start. CANCELLATIONS Once your ad has been placed, It cannot be cancelled or corrected until after it runs the first day.

When calling in to cancel your ad, be sure you are given cancellation receipt number. Be sure you record this number. No adjustments will be made unless this cancellation number Is presented. ABBREVIATIONS We do not abbreviate words within heading and body of ads. Certain standard abbreviations used In firm names and addresses are acceptable.

MAJOR HEADINGS: Announcements. 2-16 Automotive 22-40 Employment. 45-52 Farmers Market, 62-80 Financial 82-90 Items For Sale-Rent 92-130 Leisure Items-Places 132-170 Mobile Homes 172-180 Pets 182-190 Real Estate For Rent. 192-220 Real Estate For Sale 222-250 DEADLINES: 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for ads starting the next day.

WEEKENDS 3:30 P.M. Friday for ads starting Saturday, Sunday, or Monday. Phone service for cancellations corrections only; 8 to 10 A.M. Saturday for Sunday; 8 to 10 A.M. Sunday for Monday, OFFICE HOURS 8 A.M.

to 5 P.M. Monday through Friday. Closed Saturday day. MONTGOMERY PRATTVILLE, WETUMPKA Dial 264-4561 Elsewhere In Ala. dial toll free: 1-800-392-5794 Drive-in Window 116 S.

McDonough St. Mall Address: Caller Box 1000 Montgomery, Ala. 36102 16 Services ALL KINDS home repairs, painting, odd Jobs. All work guaranteed. HUEY ROLLING, 263-9504 Andrews Trim Shop SEAT COVERS VINAL CONVERTIBLE TOPS ORIGINAL CARPETS FABRICS 530 Herron 263-6694 ANY TYPE carpenter work.

Also wood patio covers, built onto your home. All work guaranteed and reasonable. Call 262-0029. David Alan Builders AUTHORIZED ELECTROLUX Vacu- um cleaner sales and service. FREE SERVICE CALLS.

1615 Decatur 263-0561 A-1 BUILDERS For all home Improvements add 288-7790; 279-9668 anytime. A-1 PANELING, Home Repairs, Remodeling, painting, patios, covers, drives After 5: 272-4222, 279-8770, A-1 WORK, brick block, patios, concrete driveways, walks, patch plastering, sheet rock, painting 264-6658. BRICK and Block Work. Steps, patios, fireplaces. Large or smail Jobs.

Free estimates. 269-2613. CEMENT WORK- Interior-Exterior Painting. Over 25 Years Experien Bishop Washington. 264-3924.

CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS, patios, blocks, brick drainage, Expert quality work. Prompt estimates. 277-2700, CONTRACTOR for home painting and minor repairs. Free estimates. Call Hamm and Son, 567-8916.

CUT YOUR COST We have cut our prices of custom built aluminum storm windows and doors that will save you money on your utility bills. Free estimate, call today. SPEED SCREEN SERVICE, 281-7237. FOR SOLID WASTE, Garbage, Trash removal. Garbage Cannister, Sales, Rentals, Repairs.

Call FRANKLIN SOLID WASTE AND GARBAGE SERVICE, 263-3586 or 263-4910. HAMM INGRAMS, Top soll, fleid dirt, sand and gravel, "Dellver 567-8676, 567-8916. HOME REPAIRS Rooting, siding, painting, additions. LARGE or SMALL JOBS. Call TOMMY THAGGARD, 834-7883 HOPSON REPAIR SERVICE.

Small repairs. Interior, exterior painting. Call 272-7661. IF YOU NEED AN ELECTRICIAN CALL J.N. 265-7414 IT'S FALL- Raking Time)! Get a general yard clean up by a lawn speclalist, Bill Holt, 281-2606.

LAWN SERVICE. beds, lots cleaned, hedges trimmed, lawn cleanup. 262-8527, mornings and nights. Montgomery Builders Portable and custom buildings, addltions, enclosures, home repairs, 960 W.S. Blvd.

281-7294, nights 365-8639, 365-3021. NURSING CARE Home or Hospital, 24 hours HOMEMAKERS UPJOHN, 284-1400 ONE Room of carpet shampooed, 12 15, $5.00. Call for appointment, 262- 8306. PAINTING. Exterior and Interior.

Texturing ceilings. Free Estimates. Reasonable rates. Call 365-0026. PAINTING Inside and out.

Paper Hanging. Call Barney Morrison 265- 9415 from 6 P.M. to 8 A.M. PAINTING, Inside and out. Guaranteed work.

Reasonable price. Call 281- 7651, 4 PM tIl 9 PM. PAINTING, small Jobs welcome. Free estimates, low prices, Guaranteed work. Call 277-3579 anytime.

REDECORATING. Call our Experlenced Decorators to call at your home with samples. 288-3500. GAYFERS. REMODELING, repairs.

Siding, roofIng, painting. Room additions. James Tucker, 285-5826. RENEW Your Kitchen Cabinets, Cover them with colorful Formica and with new cabinet tops. Also cut cablnets for dish washers.

Experience, all work guaranteed. JEFF FULLER After 3, 263-0486 ROOM ADDITIONS: remodeling and custom built homes. Call Tommy Galloway, till 8 PM at 277-0948. SOUTHERN Cleaning Service. Janitorial, rugs, shampooing, sofas, chairs, floors.

Bonded and guaranteed. Call 567-6185. TV REPAIRS BY RCA GRADUATE Technician. Free estimate, H.W. DENNIS, 264-2172 or 264-2515 UPHOLSTERY Unique, furniture, automobile, boat, golf carts, pillows, floor cushions, 281-5358.

VETERAN Giving up pension, wishing to make it on his own. Plano nician and tuner. Please call for vice or sales on pianos. Thanks. 288- 7706.

WATER CONDITIONING Equipment for correcting rusty, muddy or bad tasting water. Call DAN ARMSTRONG Cooling, 263-9551. Automotive 22 ALL CLEAN CARS 73 Lemans, 2 door, like new $3195 73 Buick Estate Wagon $3495 73 Pontiac. 4 door $1795 72 Skylark GS, sharp $2495 71 Vega, Sharp! 5995 71 Charger, like new $1595 70 Skylark, 2 door 69 Olds Royale, 2 door $1095 66 Mustang, 6 $595 60 Rambler, customized $500 TED'S TRADIN POST Corner Jefferson Decatur 263-4663 ANTIQUE 1948 Chevrolet Fleetline, Servicable, new battery, good tires, antique tag. 5425.

279-9338. Domestic A Short Drive to Glimore Ford in Prattville will save hundreds on a new Ford, 365-6758. ATTENTION Do you have $400-5500 down payment? Need a late model Buick Electra 225, Grand Prix or any type car? arrange financing. Call Harold Sheffleld, BREWBAKER Used Cars, 264-5378. AUTO BROKERS 3465 Norman Bridge Rd.

263-3839 that said: "Gov. to our nation." "The Democratic national leadership has ganged up on me," he said. "The leadership in Illinois has ganged up on me, and in other states. Because I'm sort of a maverick. I'm not part of the club." Wallace said he is not part of the club because he is opposed to "a government for those who don't want to work on the one hand and the super-rich on the "They've done away with the electric chair," he said.

"They ought to bring it back. The country today is run by criminais and federal Wallace said he attached little significance to the victory of former George Gov. Jimmy Carter in the Iowa precinct caucuses Monday night. He predicted he would win the Florida primary where he faces Carter. 'He did not enter the Iowa race.

"Mr. and Mrs. Middle Class America are the frontrunners at this time," Wallace said. Wallace is opposed in the March 16 primary in Illinois by Carter as well as former Oklahoma Sen. Fred Harris and R.

Sargent Shriver. Moslems Lebanon Liberation Army the official military wing of Yasir Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization had moved into Lebanon. Intelligence sources here estimated their number at 500, and U.S. and Israeli officials agreed with it. Large numbers of Palestinian guerrillas have been involved in the war for months, but only in recent days have there been reports of organized army units arriving.

Israeli military sources said the Palestinian army could tip the balance to the Moslems in the battle for Beirut. Death Notices ADKINS, Mrs. Lucille Barnett BROWN, Mrs. Eddie Fussell BROWN, Mrs. Katherine Thelma CAMERON, Annie CHURCHWELL, Mrs.

Leona Ward COLEMAN, Mrs. Mary Clara DICKEY, Samuel R. DONLIN, Miss Josephine GORDON, Mrs. Ardelia W. GRIFFIN, T.C.

HARGROVE, Mrs. Bessie E. JONES, Eli JONES, Mr. Oscar H. Sr.

LEWIS, Mr. Eugene KYSER, Mace PERDUE, Mrs. Delores A. POWELL, William Lafvette SCRUGGS, William J. SELLERS, Jack R.

Sr. SHIRLEY, Shelby S. SMALLWOOD, Clyde THAGGARD, Mrs. Fannie Brown THORNELL, Mr. Ocie Kyle TOMLIN, Mrs.

Maggie D. TRIPLETT, James Wesley WILEY, Mr. Edgar White Chapel H. S. Durden G.

E. Vickrey BROWN, Mrs. Katherine Thelma, 8 resident of Montgomery for 2 years and of 3555 Cambridge Road died in a local hospital Monday at 9:10 PM after an extended Illness. Graveside services will be held from the Evergreen Cemetery at Fitzgerald, Ga. Wednesday at 2:30 PM EDT with White Chapel directing; the family request that donations be made to favorite Charity; Survivors Include two sons, Robert Brown, Montgomery and Henry Brown, Fitzgerald, two daughters, Mrs.

Jonie Boone, Montgomery and Mrs. Betty J. Roark, Ramer, one sister, Mrs. Thomas Lester, Fitzgerald, Ga. CHURCHWELL, Mrs.

Leona Ward, lifetime resident of Highland Home, Al. died In a Montgomery hospital Monday at 6 p.m. after an extended Illness. Services will be held from the Highland Home Church of Christ Wednesday at 1 p.m. with Minister Ben Slauson officiating.

Burial in Rocky Mount Cemetery, White Chapel directing, Survivors Include one son, James Churchwell, Birmingham, one sister, Mrs. Bernice Norman, Ramer, nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. Pallbearers will be nephews. DICKEY Samuel R. 58, a lifetime resident of Montgomery and of 115 Broadway Street died in a local hospital Monday at 8:30 PM after an extended Illness.

Services will be held from White Chapel Wednesday at 1: PM with Minister Lucian Kyser Burial in Rocky Mount tery Survivors include two sons, Robert E. Dickey, Atlanta, Ga. and Danlel R. Dickey, Montgomery: two brothers, James W. Dickey, Montgomery and Marvin Dickey, Lapine, Ala, HARGROVE, Mrs.

Bessie vices were held from White Chapel Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Rev. James D. Hatch officiating. Burial In Greenwood Cemetery.

Pallbearers were R.L. Bennett, Oliver Davis, Alan Hargrove, John Hargrove, Ralph Jolner and Whit Yarbrough. JONES, EIl, 72. Services were held from White Chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m. with Rev.

Joe Lane and Rev. Bobby Clark officiating. Burial In Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jessie Clements, Jack Mayhan, Roy Abrams, Jim Snowden, William Wooten and Leonard Sager. PERDUE, Mrs.

Delores A. Graveside services were held from Greenwood Cemetery Tuesday at 10 a.m, with Rev. Robert C. Edge officiating. White Chapel directing.

Pallbearers were George Simpkins, Ronald Long, Robert Sullivan, Alex Long, Leo Armstrong and Jack Avant. AVIS HAS FOR SALE 1975 CHEVROLETS 1975 BUICKS 1975 PONTIACS All are loaded, have low mileage and are from $3250 to $4100. Stop by 205 Catoma or call us at 265-1211. Bass Auto Sales VERNON BASS -BUDDY REEVES 2900 East Bypass, So. of VA Vaughn Rd.

Phone 272-1460 74 Mallbu Classic $3150 73 Buick Apollo, 12,000 ml. $2895 73 Monte Carlo Landeau $3350 73 GMC, 4 wheel drive, loaded Special 73 Impala, 4 door, low mi. $2450 73 Buick LeSabre Custom, loaded $2550 73 Cutlass Supreme, extra clean $3350 73 Lemans Sports, loaded $3100 72 Comet GT $1500 71 Gremlin, straight shift, clean $1250 69 Lemans, 2 door $1095 69 Chevrolet Impala, 4 door $1095 69 Rambler, 2 door $650 68 Lemans, 2 door $950 67 Fairlane, 2 door, 62,000 ml. $950 BRICKLIN SVI. Serial No.

1608. 6,000 miles. White. 834-7480 or 284-1066, ask for Susan. BUICK LeSABRE CUSTOM, 1972, door, power steering, power brakes' Air conditioning.

$1795, 281-2194. BUICK 1971, Century, one owner, silver, 2 door. HUFFMAN VW 1040 E. Blvd. 277-1700 Buy Now Save January Sale Old Fashion Values At Reasonable Prices 72 Buick Electra, loaded 52695 73 GTO, loaded $2795 75 Chevy G-10 Van, mag wheels $3995 75 Camaro, loaded, yellow 54395 74 Corvette T-top, loaded, silver 56995 73 Chevrolet Monte Carlo $2895 73 Olds 98 Luxury Coupe, loaded $3095 70 Charger GT, sharp $1595 72 Cutlass, loaded 52495 70 Mark Ill, loaded 52688 GET A WRITTEN WARRANTY WITH THE CAR YOU BUY! HERITAGE Auto Sales 301 MADISON AVE, 834-6385 CADILLAC '68, Ville, good condition, make offer, PERDUE, 3340 Madison Ave.

269-5915. CADILLAC 1975 Fleetwood. Fully equipped, like new, 7,000 miles. Call 279-9533 or 277-4381. CADILLAC 1963, power brakes, power steering, air, $425.

Call 272-8859. CHEVELLE Station Wagon, 1967. Mechanically perfect. Like new Inside and out. Radio, automatic, air, new tires, new battery, new shocks.

Must sell. $695. Call 277-2270. CHEVROLET 1974, Impala, 4 door, automatic, air, power steering-brakes, $2450. 288-5678.

CHEVROLET 1970, station wagon, passenger, new tires and battery, $950 cash. 281-2306. CHRYSLER New Yorker, 1969 model, good condition, extra clean. 263-0312. CHRYSLER 69, Newport 300, 4 door, small engine, automatic, air, power.

Original like new interior, exterior. News tires, best care. $950. 281-3367. COBB-KIRKLAND sells owner certified, mileage automobiles.

Eastern Bypass at Vaughn Rd. 277-3480. COLLIER FORD Wetumpka, Alabama 567-4344 CORVETTE convertible, 1969 Classic. 3 speed, only 230 made. Both tops, extras.

$3800. 834-0231. CORVETTE, 1970, T-Top, LT-1, customized, mag wheels, see to appreciate. 365-1510, 365-5271 after 6. CORVETTE, 1972, convertible, all extras, 30,000 miles, 55200.

Call 284-0032. COUGAR, XR7, auto floor shift. Bucket seats, air, AM-FM, 1 owner, must sell. 1-382-8539. COUGAR XR7, 1969, automatic, power steering, brakes, air conditioned, new tires, new paint, excellent condition.

$1200. 365-6627. DODGE Coronet, 4 door, 1966. Alr, excellent condition, original owner. $550.

288-3472 after 6 p.m. DODGE, 1970, Polara, 2 door, hardtop, power, air, very good condition. $875. 288-4177 834-7035. Downtown Specials! 75 Caprice Classic, 18,000 ml.

54350 75 Pinto, air, automatic, 52950 74 (2) Vega Hatchbacks $2150 75 Monte Carlo, loaded 54450 74 Monte Carlo, clean $3750 74 Ford LTD, 4 door, 22,000 ml. $3350 73 Firebird, loaded, 17,000 ml. $3250 73 Monte Carlo local car $3300 73 Grand Prix, loaded 53500 71 Camaro, power, air $2350 Boots Lamar, Mgr. ROGER WILSFORD RALPH SMITH MOTORS 108 Molton 263-1123 Hikmat Shehabi as a neutral negotiator. A police spokesman said communications were out with much of the country but that Moslem forces appeared to have added most of northern and eastern Lebanon to the southern area they already controlled.

"The last messages received reported scores of tiny Christian villages besieged by Moslem tribal warriors in the north and east." he said. "Hundreds of Christian families there have already fled to neighboring Syrja." Right Christian forces held onto an area along the coast and mountains between Beirut and Tripoli and part of the capital itself. They were cleaning out Moslem pockets, including the last Palestinian holdouts in the corpse-strewn Karantina slum of Police said more than 200 people were killed, most of them combatants, in the previous 24 hours. That raises the death toll since Jan. 1 to more than 2,050, in addition to the estimated 8,000 killed last year.

"There is a wave of kidnapings in various suburbs of Beirut and some of the victims are being shot dead on the spot by street gunmen," the spokesman added. Interior Minister Camille Chamoun, 76-year-old leader of one of the private Christian groups fighting Moslems and Palestinians, called for the foreign intervention after he was evacuated by helicopter from his besieged seaside mansion south of Beirut. Chamoun, who as president in 1958 called in U.S. Marines to end another civil war situation, charged Monday night that up to 15,000 Syrian army troops had crossed into Lebanon. The Syrian government and Palestine guerrilla leaders denied it, and U.S.

State Department and Israeli military officials discounted Chamoun's charge. Palestinian and Lebanese military 'sources said Syriantrained units of the Palestine DUSTER, 1971, 3 speed, good shape. $1275. After 5, 285-5490. FORD LTD 1971, 4 door, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, factory air, radial tires, $1595.

JOHN SHAW MOTORS, 530 Bell Street, 263-2114. FORD PINTO, 1971, excellent condition, automatic, air conditioned, radio, 288-9434 or 262-2622 after 5. FORD T-Bird, 1968, 2. door hardtop. Automatic, power.

Good condition. $300. 263-2972 or 265-7291. FORD Thunderbird 1972, assume payments with small equity. 567-4491 after anytime weekends.

FORD Torino Grand Sport, 1973, air conditioning, automatic transmission, power steering, dark metallic green, clean at $2550. Call Craig Coblentz at COBLENTZ GMC 262-4103. FORD TORINO Sport, 1974, automatic, air, power steering, brakes, stereo radio, radials, vinyl top, plush. 277- 4315. FORD 1973 LTD blue 4 door, 20,000 miles, 90 days, warranty.

HUFFMAN VW 1040 E. Bivd. 277-1700 1276, days; 265-0573, nights. JUST THE NICESTI Wholesale Prices Folks, look at this. cut on all cars.

Save $300 to $500. No gimmicks, just facts. No rent no sales commission. I personaily me buy and sell all my cars. See before vou buy, sell or trade.

15 gals, gas each sale. 76 Cadillac, like new, 4,000, 74 Maverick, 4 loaded 74 loaded, (6), auto. 74 Comet, 26,000, nice $2595 74 Pinto, 25,000, nice 74 Vega Wagon, like new 73 Datsun, 1 owner, 27,000 73 Electra 225 (1) OW, 39,000 $3295 73 impala, loaded, 4 new tires $1895 73 Impala, loaded, nice 73 Galaxie, loaded, 29,000 73 Gran Torino, loaded, nice $2195 73 Impala, loaded, 48,000 73 LeMans, loaded, 2 dr. 72 Ply. Roadrunner, loaded 72 Galaxie 500, 49,000, loaded $1395 72 Ply.

Ford, Fury 3, loaded, 72 loaded, extra sharp $1495 71 LTD, 2 HT, 51.000 $1195 71 VW Super Beetle, 54,000 .71 Gran Prix, loaded, (1) ow, $1995 ,71 VW, Extra nice, air 71 LeSabre, loaded, 50,000 70 Dodge Dart, auto 6, 47,000 $1395 70 Skylark, loaded, 1 owner $1295 70 auto. 2 55,000 ml. 68 Cadillac, 4 loaded 88, loaded. 67 Olds LOCATION 5 miles north of Wetumpka on Hwy, 9, turn left on Country Road 49, follow signs 6 miles. Save $300- 5400.

For more Information call day or night. No Sunday sales. M. A. Evans Auto Sales 567-7926 FORD 1973 LTD Country Squire Station Wagon, air, automatic, stereo, radials.

Best offer, 834-3962. FORD 1969, Galaxie 500. 390 engine, air conditioned, good condition. 281-2400. FORD 1966, Station Wagon, $300.

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