Fort Payne Times Journal in Fort-Payne, Alabama
30 Nov 2007

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30 Nov 2007

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Fort Payne Times Journal (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Fort Payne, Alabama $17 Worth inside today s edition online St me november 30, 2007 Dekalb county s oldest newspaper Only 50 cents Friday Fyffe plans fight tonight get live scoring and Post game pictures and updates at today s headlines Christmas views Christmas Marks the birth of Jesus for the majority of christians who celebrate it on dec. 25. Christians reflect on their own views of the True meaning of Christmas. A Page b1 Santa i want a robot dog a toy one. I want Atoy Dana sur anti stove you Sanda. I want an action figure. I want a toy fish and i want a Santa action figure. I want a Tommy toy. I m going to leave you food and the times journal has again made a Deal with the North pole to publish letters to Santa. Send letters to the times journal and they will be forwarded to Santa. Cookies. I want a waterbed with fish in it. Thank you Dylan Money matters when buying presents at this time of year people often spend a lot of Money without being sure they be really found the right gift. A Page a6 Market the Dow Jones Industrial average gained More than 22 Points thursday. A Page a2 forecast High today will be partly a sunny and a Little _ warmer with Cooling Low at night. 32 apagea2 inside calendar.a5 classified.b5 comics.b4 dear abby.a2 obituaries.a3 opinion.a4 sports.a7 Stock report.a2 to guide.a2 vol. 129, no. 238 to subscribe Call 256 845 2550 or 1-800-34t1mes Nice Day for a drive times journal photo by Dusty a Hokett Alexis Burt and Laiton Keith go for a ride while playing at the child development Center in fort Payne on thursday. Dig planned at old fort site a officials to give plans for local archaeological excavation by Greg Purvis the Alabama chapter of the Trail of tears association will meet in fort Payne saturday to announce an extensive archaeological excavation at the site of the former fort that gave the City its name. Our history is a remarkably interesting one said fort Payne mayor Bill Jordan. We be started seeing an increasing amount of interest from historians and historical preservation groups and this kind of attention is Good for our Jordan said continuing statewide efforts i see dig a3 Bill Jordan Tva chief Given pay increase a Ider native could receive $1 million pay raise it s based on incentives could receive a $1 Mil by Kelly Townsend the chief executive officer of the nation s largest Public Utility Miedz computer consultants 845-9953 first Southern state Bank fort i sync 997-9900 an the Bank Ever Nee i serving Jackson and do Kalb counties since 1810. Member Odic lion pay raise. Tom Kilgore of Ider received up to $1 million in increased performance incentives thursday to keep up with the rapidly growing executive compensation packages in the private sector. The Tennessee Valley authority s Board of directors o n thursday approved a new incan live based executive pay plan that could Tom Kilgore boost the Tva president and ceo s compensation from about $1.7 million this year to $2.7 million. The increase was less than proposed by outside consultants hired by Tva s Board As part of a review of the Agency s a see Tva a3 ruling set on socks a textile committee to decide on honduran tariffs next month by Jared Felkins sock company employees wanting to know the future of their Industry will have to wait a Little longer. A decision to impose tariffs on honduran sock imports was set for this month by the committee for the implementation of textile agreements within the . Department of Commerce. Cita is now expected to Rule by dec. 19. Cita launched its investigation to consider whether increased honduran imports Are damaging . Sock makers since the Central american ,Trade,.agreement was passed in 2005. Groups both for and against the up to 13.5 percent proposed Tariff sounded off to Cita during a comment period that began in August. Executives with Canada based Gildan Active Wear which bought Prewett and son in fort Payne in september have been outspoken against the tariffs. Gildan owns one of the largest hosiery plants in the world in Honduras and plans to build another. I see socks a3 worker raises wanted a councilman won t vote to approve budget until action is taken by Greg Purvis Purvis @ with the City of fort Payne almost two months into the new fiscal year one City councilman says he won t vote to approve the new budget until Money to finance an across the Board raise for City employees is added. It s time to take a stand on this said councilman Andrew Hairston. It needs to be written in Stone and i m not going to vote to approve a budget until we can agree on funding a raise for our full time though the budget has not been approved a budget summary used at tuesday s work session shows the City has a surplus of $418,622. I believe everyone on the Council wants to do right by our City a see raises a3 Andrew Hairston

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