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April 18, 1975

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y--- AprR Z4, Ig75 Ihe (,lenville Dtmlocrat/Pathfind~r 9 , + or,,,, ,+,.,s uARY; iN--CI ,, i| SPURG-EON MORT i to begin Sunday G/any#/e, W. Vs. phone 462-7SSO daii I country' desp.r. dy in ne,;d .f a n Strickland 9593434"{C " / [1~ ! 11~ very special gill: namely a "'Breath of simply support the door-to-door canvas NOW OPEN tL7c II II to be hem m (;i n,itte re, the Create, , Arnoldsburg Furniture and Appliance 93437 Gillespie, Chairman of this year's i New grid Used Furniture bo. t, i~iEai ~' Speoal Events Campaign in Clenvi"e. , ..... + i doo -t( doo wm I traded and sold. Sunday, April 27, beginning at 1 p.m. i' .' ii ii ]! 1!21! !ownmg," letandthemCntinuingown, " she throughoUtsaid, the E. G. McKown Building, Sorority will conduct the canvass. ' DONALD PARSONS O~r r~"J'.~'~ "'You can help these children by They're counting on you to give them,a ": chancetobreathe. Weknowyouwont 0y Feb ctmtYom 9:3o.t01r ~, state Seuate Pres. William T. Brotherton |r., Del. W. Walter Neeley. . . ... , . . lr rics t County Rally are, [ ] Del y B Burke Atty en Chauncy contact Yvonne R. Gillespie at 497 Moving to New Local,on --Rt. 47 In Trov gem Rally Open Monday through Saturday, 9 to 7; Sunday l ,o 7 iob~ButbYt [Continued from Page 1) Cancer Society lists New shipment first quality Double Knit Polyester, "1 ~. Browmng noted Brotherton, who drove to Gflmer Brotherhm a|so noted that the state volunteers solids and Prims - $2.49 per yd. Large assortment of V th" r"n'~ll~ppinted only two County with a |egis|ative aide for his was rich in coal reserves ~nd the West Denim - $1.79 per yd. A truck load of assorted ~'~'~e three-member first visit in 18 ears of state po|itR:s, Vir,inia would soon blossom as the Mrs. ]Bertha Bush Wa~ner, glassware. e impact=~l,,~that h " " Y " o g " " " - '~" 1 ,, e chose them stud the three most ~mportant things ~ "greatest state east of the Mmsmmp- Crusade Chairman for the Gilmer ,u,~ ,~---~ West Virginianswere "'roads, schools t3i'" County Unit of American Cancer Owner--Wiido Porter 462--8275 tswereUie~ " ~ ' " h Gainer, Pearl Collins, and lanice gislatiT/~tAre~ha~dr? he= andu~xes~ +~... 1,+..+.;,~1,-,+ ..... h .... ot to Burke r~'.,vmwecl+ t+he_ a?;:$Pli~3 Society has announced the names of s ~ ...... ~z~ aa,u t.~ ,~,~.atu.~ .... o~ " meres f)! lDe DemOur~tt-t.u v the following volunteers for the county: lleeh~ to run f~ a exempt food from the sales tax because legislature, recalling the veto battleDeKalbDistrict - Rosa Belle Preside~ it wouldn't mean that much of a rdief: they had with the governor over 50 ,rsons.dal~ solely as a lawyer perhaps only "$2 a week." assorted bills He said the legislature present t~y General, the law lfnmney was taken off food (about tried to *'straighten out the WVUFitzwater. 1 Mile Above Exchange on Cedar Creek tarleston ~or can run for only $28 million a year] the legislature Mediral School" in an effort to get Troy District - Beulah Scott and ~v~Qy 3, 1975, 12:30 P.M. ,,legates ~ebout as far as I can would have to add it on next year in the ~eneral practitioners to serve in rural Mary Harvey. Electric range, refrigerator, 5-piece breakfast set 1 lot dishes and cooking ..m___ _A ~et~t~i_d.. "The governor form of another tax,,,outsidersSaid BrothertOn.poke fun West Virginia. organiza- Center District - Mrs, Harold Allen utensils, 6 living room chairs, 1 couch, 1 rocking chair, 1 coffee table, 2 end tables, 1 ,,+Gil_~#|=Sal opinion on thatHe noted that Browning stressed party and Mr. David Alton. .... t ' wooden bed. 3-piece bedroom suite, sprin~ and mattress, complete; 5 trunks, V~ at West V;rg]mans but the s ate s - "~-~'| ..... tion to ensure success in 1976. Ct COUBt~ | ' size wooden bed. 1 ironing board, lot of odd stands, 1 lot picture frames, sleD ladder. 1~ + economy was in great shape. Glenvige District - Clarissa rug. 1 Io! window screens, 1 foot locker, 1 treadle sewing machine, 1 metal bed )ort ;d Williams, Flora Welty. May Burke, stead. 1 buffet. 1 porch swing, chest drawers, wood table. '+% Run Eats new 100k M~+ Woofter. Merle Owens, Aims , lot wood cha+rs. Warm Morn,ng heating stove, 1 lot windews and doors, cup- 27;r~~ =," Greenlief. F[orence Richardson, Mary board, lantern. 14 bags time. 14 bundles 6 in insu,ation, lawn mower, garden 13lOW, turn plow. cultivator, shovel plow. 9 sheets in insulation board, corfl planter, 1 lot .~nd this ~ ~ ~,~, ~+ Davidson, Ronald Hitchcock, Marge lumber, dresser. 1 lot hand tools, cream can, lot stone jars and jugs, ~ :: , ~ .... + .+ ! Burke, and Viona Skinner. ..... ~* " r Contributions may be mailed to TERMS: CASH aJa ,'~ ,~ i~,~ Mrs. Wagner at 407 Charles Street, NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS atact ff ,~. Glenville, or left with Mrs. Herbert E. ADMINISTRATRIX: IRENE CARPENTER Davis at the Kanawha Union Bank. Aging '~ ns is We 1~' namer "Irs ~tty," We flow arishin~ atury. 5 drove :l been t~ t had be~t iled fro~ "Let , old far~ He ra~ t road as i parked head of Town Run with bulldozer. First step in upgrading old road by city. II 7 ........... ZT_Z'-:--"~----:" '-~ .... L--7"~-'-~'e--- ~" + Roofing (All types except built-up gravel) II I I III IIIII II IIIIIIII IIII II I I I I III II IIItllllllllll III III IIIIIIIII IIII ~ SHERIFF'S NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS | I ALL UNPAID 1974 TAXES WILL BE DELINQUENT AS OF MAY 1, 1975 AND | ACCRUING INTEREST ON THE FIRST AND SECOND HALVES. IF NOT | PAID BEFORE MAY 1, 1975, AN ADDITIONAL PUBLICATION FEE OF $2.50 I WILL BE ADDED TO EACH ITEM PUBLISHED. | CLARK R. JAMES I SHERIFF & TREASURER OF | GILMER COUNTY +