Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
Lyft
April 23, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 2     (2 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 23, 1976
 

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




,L o, 7 E 2 The Glenvtlle Democrat/Pathfinder April 23, 1976 envelope used to pay parking fines in the On the more serious side, though, and _+ city's mail slot bulging at its seams and incident such as this can only make one what happens next, .,++; rd's- e View I ,, Senior Citizens00 and friends / Terrorist Bombings pr_sentatm of : rtu Terrorist activities, once meted out. A bombing ..: confined to unstable coun- which results in the loss of " -, tries overseas, are now a life -- such as the uncon- r very real and frightening scionable explosion at New   part of everyday life in the York's LaGuardia Airport United States. And unless at the end of last year, in quick and positive action which 11 persons died and to halt terrorism is taken, 51 others were injured -- America may become as should be punishable by '' i ripped apart with civil the death penalty. Life h-n- _ strife as some of those prisonment -- with no ,  troubled nations we see on chance for parole- should our television screens so be given to persons con- frequently, victed of bombings in Last year, 2,053 actual which no deaths are caused. ! i and attempted bombings And a mandatory sentence ........ ..... :: ............... .+ *' were recorded in the --one year in jail with no United States. That is only chance for parole or sus- nine more than occurred in pensionshould be handed 1974, but the 1975 terrorist down to persons convicted New recruits! bombings took 69 live and of bomb threats. injured 326 other persons Secondly, there should --compared with 1974 cas- be a general recognition of ualty figures of 24 deaths the heinous nature of ter- ::..'.:..:.:.::',.-:----*@@@@'j@ and 207 injuries. Property rorist bombings. Those re- damage that resulted from sponsible would have us CALFNDAR OF EVENTS ]ast year's bombings total- believe the bombings are  led $26.9 million - an political acts, and t h e almost 250 percent in- media, in some instances, crease over the damage have been too quick to figure recorded in 1974. publicize the "cause" be- T, There will be a meeting of the West Virginia Folk The statistics for 1974 hind the explosions. In the :  Festival committee at City Hall April 28 at 7:30 p.m. and 1975 are shocking, in- United States, where Is- , Everyone is welcome, deed; but equally alarming gitimate channels exist for is the prediction by several all persons to freely ex- experts that 1976 will be press their political beliefs The Gilmer County Red Cross will have a blood drive even worse. T e r r o r i s t and seek redress for griev- Thursday, April 22 at Noon in the Pioneer Center groups, according to the ances, bombings can never Ballroom at GSC. experts, are planning to be justified. step up their murderous Terrorist activities are, There will be a Health Fair at the Gilmer County activities in an effort to simply, criminal activities. . disrupt the nation's bicen- And those who resort to ... Health Center Bldg., Mineral Road, May 1 frOma.m. - 6 p.m. 1O tennialTwo thingsCelebratinS'seem neces- inals.terrristT htactiCSe y shoulde c.m-00 laoo" discba[pd veterans sary if the trend toward treated as such, if America  sy- April 27, 7:30 p.m. ExerciSe and weight ever-increasing terrorist is ever going to be made The end'of theten ea  iSsUed of summer e  ,,,e  i-retluotioileless in the M(dlcal Cedter basement bombings is to be reversed, safe for the innocent men, First and foremost, stiff women, and children to time to use the GI Bill is approaching Office of punishments m u s t b e whom the country belongs, for those veteran students who were certified The Gilmer County Historical Society will meet discharged prior to 1966. This means school. : Friday at 2 p.m. April 23 in the Courthouse Annex I that benefits will expire for those the : Room,S. The CIA and the KGB veterans on May 31, 1976. veteran While the United States nizations. The most impor- Any veteran who falls into this 14 days : There will be an Open House at the GSC Central Intelligence Agency tent is the United Nations category and who plans to go to i Greenhouse, Mineral Rd., on Friday, April 23, has been undergoing close and its branch institutions." :': 7-gP.i. and Sat., Aprli 24, 9-12 Noon. scrutiny in recent months, Doubtless. there ls no FFA sets wodd records : the Soviet Union's spy net- public outcry in the Soviet , .* o* * . ..... %.oO,%o.%o%*.o.-%**=%*%%%%*%-*-%%%*---.'--*-`-*`.-**'*-*%- ;..::::...r.vv.....%....v.v.%....v.v.v.v.%....v...v.v.v.v.v...v.v.....v...v.v.v...v...v...v.. work  the KGB -- goes Union to curtail KGB ac- ; Editor's Note: The opinions expressed about its business unques- tivities, or to expose the in our Letters to the Editor column are tioned. And, in fact, evi- atrocities for which the Two world records were set at the "- solely the opinions of the writer and dence suggests that the KGB has been responsible. 33rd Annual State Ham, Bacon and Chapter not those of the Glenvilie Democrat. past few years have seen a Anal the reason Soviet citi- Egg Show and Sale of the Future Champion Names are withheld on request, but sharp rise in Soviet espi- zenry dares not question Farmers of America held March 27-29, onage activities, the KGB is that the spy L[. . letters must be signed. In 1984, there were 1,485 apparatus is probably the 1976 at the Daniel Boone Hotel in - Soviet officials stationed in most powerful institution Charleston. The Western Europe; by 1974, within the Soviet govern- topped .:Z that figure had risen to ment. The KGB answers to Mr. Charles H. James, II, James Baker - 2,146. The non-partisan In- no one, and everyone in Produce, paid a world record price f Company, I - OPEN LETIT_! stitute for the Study of the Soviet Union answers Conflict claims the more to the KGB. $1225.00 for the Grand Champion total of o I would like to take this opportunity to commend all those responsible in any than 50 percent rise in So- The first agency of gee- Dogen of Eggs, exhibited by Miss ham,  way for the service of the emergency ambulance serving Gilmer County and also viet representation abroad ernment created after the Donna Amos, Manningion Chapter, Hundred : the Sheriff for his dedication to duty. proves that "Soviet intelli- Communists took control FFA. Mr. I had occasion to use this service recently in the sickness of my grand- gence activities are on the of Russia was Cheka, the The second record was set by Mr. paid : daughter, who is presently staying with me, and must say, no one could have increase," since "in NATO intelligence branch which Fred Haddad, Hock's, when he paid $1230.00 = ' countries, of every four So- grew into the KGB. Its :j asked for better, faster service, viet officials accredited as tentacles reach everywhere, $360.00 per pound for a total of To the Doctors at the Medical Center,/he Emergency Squad, the Sheriff and diplomats, three are spies accounting for political ar- $2,430.00 for the 6-3/4 pound Grand Peggy ii' Deputy (who came because of a misunderstanding in the call}, I wish to express of one kind or another." rests too numerous to esti- Champioa Bacon, exhibited by Bradley FFA. _ my deepest gratitude. The United States, of mate, and monitoring the Davis, Middlebourne Chapter FFA. Over  And to the citizens of Gilmor County I would make this appeal; we must help course, is a major concern everyday lives of everyday The Grand Champion Ham was high  of the Soviet Union, and citizens, exhibited by Darold MuUenax of the 170 hams, keep this service at its best with our support in all ways and at all times, therefore a prime target We shou|d remember the = Sincerely for KGB activities. Cur- KGB as we go about ques- Circleville Chapter FFA. Although it eggs, : , Mrs. Oral (Virginia} Brake rently, there are about 190 t i o n i n g our own CIA. didn't bring a record price, Darold was $30,269.95. ' registered diplomats from Abuses by our intelligence overjoyed when Mr. Fred Haddad, : Russia stationed in Amer- agencies should be halted, Heck's. and Mr. Charles H. lames, II of Col. i DlDemulammaiilimllinmnalimnngnHHainaao ica-- compared with up- indeed; and we should be James Produce teamed to pay $515.00 Col. : THE TOWNE BOOKSTORE ; proximatelyposted in Russia.100 AmericanSone esti- sgratefult a t e s,that'theinintelligencethe United per pound for a total of $8755.00 for assisted  Right Across from P.O. _ mate states that "half or agencies are accountable the 17 pound ham. Douglass more of the Soviet repre-for their actions. But we Veterans Ask sntatives in the United Books, Magazines, Newspapers _  cannot allow the intent- Stationery, Posters States work for the KGB." genes gathering agencies __ -- And, according to a cap- in the United States to be m a ; Jewelry, Tobacco Products  tu,'ed KGB recruiting man- dismantlednot if we want Q - 1 am enrolled in it vocational much t = Gifts m ,,I "In the U.S. we use the United States to re- omme at ade Iw.hol. My eligibility course Men. - Fri 9 - 7  various international o.rga- main free. will expire beiore 1 have finished my ,, A ", '" ome. I understand there k a auowanc  : Sat.- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. : k - ----------mE  l=e-=onth extomden avalhble under of the co' II Sun 10 a.m. - 12"30 p.m. ml the 61 Bill Will I be eligible for this PaymentS: " "''llm'''l''''' J'''ll" J'i'ImIBi'''igHl'''''" I Puryemu:r tt  exleaslmt? ,ng to tio _.-- - Home i CorD, I A - No. The nine-month extension by the is available only to veterans who have school. T : Published Every Irriidv, " ByGILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. | Glenville Residents Call I Potatoes should be smooth + p _ ' of an undergraduate degree, receives. I 462-8186 , and clean when bought. Do inxhaU:tme.d their 36 maths entitlement :re(lucea +" At 109 E. Main St. not buy any that qhow the q - What i= meant by 77/ - slightest amount of green; - Glenville, WV 28381 LDim they are likely to be bitter. "aggrltvatkm" as related to my ++. ".. +, mrvke-ceanecled disabiUty? Moca Phone482-7309 A - This means the condition Second-Clms potage plaid at Glenville VOTE FOI existed prior to entry into military _ service and the degree of dillability who has :; and at additional mailing offices increased as a result of milit duties, m Robe00 E "Bob" Fox rather thanthenaturmiprou+the Subscription price .50 tax included in Oilmer County;, other . , spouse or . West Virginia residents $6.00 tax included. Out of state disability.q - How do 1 get a VA imsiness died + subscriptions $7.00. Cannot accept subscriptions for less than nOa-rtisaa lmdidote |elf k.mt =- ,m,. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1St, 1976.) BOARD .,m: EDUCATION A-The VA has not administered q " business loans for several years. The start E ROBERT D. ARNOLD PRESIDENT/PUBLIsHER GItN|| O011TV Small Business Administration offers after l ++ CHUCK CAVALLO EDITOR loan funds for eligible veterans. A JOAN LAYNE OFFICE MANAGER Paid by aob Fox q- How is the GI Bill allowance the date paid fw correspandunce courses? How Bits & Pieces +* G0in! the d0gs mile I t0 not a ;Q A recent incident at the Mayor's office permeating the room with an earthy odor. wonder why. It is q might lead one to think the job of meter Gingerly, they opened the envelope to find an age of extre rOD& maid is going to the dogs! The case in point a $2 fine surrounded by what was left of occasional fine paid and seven refers to the collection of a certain parking Fido's Milk Bone Dog biscuit and Alpo Beef Marks or Italian Li ad poiitic fine. Chunks dinner. The scene will go down in incident such as thi s again the annals of city government! itself serves no uset framing m On the morning of April 15, officials at were possible, the da is deep i City Hall opened its doors for the day's On the lighter side, one may view this penalized. liagwitl business only to discover the unmistakable with a chuckle and subconciously applaud Footnote: The 1,. smell of a dog having done its business. On one so daring as to conjure this act which the fine and its con=* ..... .own t wOtUC closer examination, they discovered an literally smells of defiance and dirty tricks, may be against the la of the envelope. It ma