IN LOVING MEMORY OF: Betsy Simonds, Billy Simonds, By: the Simonds family. A. Howard Davis, Betty M. Davis, Marion Harter, W R. Tannahill, Lt. Cmdr. J. C. Sloan, By: Mr. and Mrs. Freder- ick Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Mainville, By: Carleen Burditt. Calude Vincelette, By: his children. Joseph Mainville, Joanne Vincelette, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bowen, By: Edith Mainville. Orin Drum, By: Barbara Deschambault. Edwin Ashman, Fannie Ashman, Alice Berry, Gloria Ashman, Ida Ashman, By: Les-. ter Ashman & family. David Bowen, John & Victo- ria Tripanier, By: Rose Bowen Rhoades. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Main- ville, C. Burton Rockhill, Mr. and Mrs. Medis Hart, By: Rose Marie LaComb-Draiss. George Rhoades, Pearl Rhoades, George Gravel, Flora ] Gravel, James J. Rhoades, By: Mildred Gravel Rhoades and son James and family. Guy Smith, Geneva Smith, By: Guy Tim Smith. Delia Luke, By: Mildred Rhoady. Harvey Trombley, By: his wife, Elizabeth Trombley. _ Mr. and Mrs. Miles Larue, Ed & Albert Larue, Blanche Fleury, By: Lucille Larue and Mildred Eldred. Carl French, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Brill, By: John & Ruth Brill. Carl French, By: his wife, Margaret French. In memory of: Carl French Arabella Ellsworth, Howard Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Theo- dore Patterson by Mr. and Mrs. Carl French, Jr. Deceased teachers of Sal mon River Central School, deceased family members by anonymous. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stockwell, Miss Blanche McElwain, Mrs. Harriet Grant. Ronald Holden, Kenny Smith by Ola Stockweil. Ronald Holden by Hilda Holden. Ronald Holden by Jack Davis Anyone wishing to have a bulb lighted in memory of a loved one may do so by sending $1.00 to one of the following: Mrs. Pauline Brockway, Ft. Covingtpn, N.Y. 12937; Mrs. John Brill, Ft. Covington, N.Y. 12937; Miss Ola Stockwetl, Constable, N.Y. 12926 December 5,1985-Fort Covington Sun-Fort Covinstoa, N.Y.4^ 7 Social Security Checks Get New Look The ancient Syrians be- lieved that eating fish would make their feet swell Social Security checks will have a new look on December 3, 1985, Dave DiRenzo, man- ager of the Social Security office in Plattsburgh, said today. The familiar green punched- card checks that Social Secur- ity beneficiaries have been receiving since 1940 will be replaced with a new, more countefeit-resistant cost- effective paper check. The U.S. Department of Treasury's Financial Manage ment Service, the govern- ment's financial manager, began planning the paper check conversion project in the late 1970's because of new technology and the need to conform to generally accepted banking practices. Taxpayers will save $60 million per year in costs of paper stock and stor- age space. The new check is also more difficult to alter or counterfeit. More than a dozen security features—three times more than the old check—are con- tained in the design, the ink and the paper. The design features a full- length reproduction or in« Statue of Liberty on the left and muted close-up of the Statue's head and torch on the right over a multicolored back ground ranging from light blue to pale peach. The letters \USA\ create a background pattern on the front and back of the check. Supplemental Security Income beneficiaries will con tinue to receive a gold-colored punched-card checks, DiRenzo said. The conversion process to the new checks will not affect them until April 1. This Christmas It's PENDLETON at STOCKWELL S Quality-Since 1903 For the price of a wool coat, she could be wearing a Fur Coat... Bluffur by Hiller Brothers Long Coats and Jackets • Sizes 4 to 24J4 Save 10% with I your Christmas Club! Open Sunday Noon-5 JSoom 46 East Main St., Malone 483-2070 fe&l GBCO ROCH. NY Distributed By: A&M Beverage Inc. Malone, N.Y.