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May 6. 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder B-3 officers probe 27 complaints COUNTY C0!RT.,, eke NEWS, Virginia prosecutions - three for littering, two Both officers conducted the DEEDS 1 in Gilmer for fishing without a non-resident annual Hunter Safety Course in all Grantors, Jerry E. and Glenda M. Grantors, David M. and Elizabeth C: AUCTION BARN nately 27 license, two for illegal burning, and four Gilmer County elementary schools Martz, Grantees. lot in Glenville. Dorsev. Grantees, lot in Glenville. ,0 brush fires one for an improper license, during the month. The four-hour ]errel C. and Linda H. tlartley. Old and Adrian Ball, Grantors, I Top Town Hill | .n. Four known highway deer kills course was given to approximately 145 Grantors, Thomas S. and Barbara S. Harry Vannoy and Bertha Vanoy seventh graders, qualifying the Wilkerson, Grantees, two tracts in Roberts, Grantees. I Ghnvllh | 1 citations also were investigated by the officers students as "Dept. of Natural I in eight in April. Center District. MARRIAGE LICENSES I We. sell antiques, new and |. Resources Safe Hunters." Thomas and Mary Lee McPherson William B. Wartman. Ill, 24, I used merchandise. | The officers also are currently and Drexell and Flora Frame, Richmond, Virginia and Janet L. ESTATE SALE conducting a 12-hour course in Grantors, GarryL. Law, Grantee, tract Cornish, 27. Columbus. Ohio. I Consignments accepted at ] cooperatmn with Glenville State College, on Hunting Safety, Boating Moving? Please send us both old I 5:30 p.m. on Monday. ! WEST VIRGINIA HEARTLAND Safety, and other aspects of outdoor and new addresses so that we I$AL[$ $TAItlr 6:30 P.M.I SAT. MAY22, 1976 recreation, for students at the local may make your subscription 10 A.M. college, change- without delay. | / / -- | Rt. 5 at Stouts Mill follow Auction Arrows 5 0[T J, UTCN| and home of the late Art and Estella Post. ig championship contest " Will sell 10 A.M. to1 P.M. 4"H group to compete ., Surface only, will be offered in separate 108 with home and other buildings, and 54 :i':.::i:.:....f.....*...:... then as one unit of 270 acres. Property " .' TO THE VOTERS OF GILMER COUNTY hunting, recreational possibilities and division. It is reasonably close to some .@..: As a candidate for Assessor of Gilmer County in the primary "" election, there are some issues which I desire to bring to the recreational areas and institutions of higher i! attention of Gilmer Countians. First, it is my belief the elected position of Assessor is a full Post Ratllff .:: time job. Night: 853-29?8  Secondly, it is my belief the Assessor and his office should 462-8140 i serve the people of Gilmer County on a full time basis. - ROBERT J. BUTCHER ! Currently, the assessor's office is open from 8:00 tO 12:00 in the 462-7409 ,.: morning and 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon and closed one hour for - lunch. In order to provide more and better services to the : i taxpayers of Gilmer County, I believe this office should remain .. open during the lunch hour. I would, if elected, have the Love Your St00ol3s  assessOr's Office Open frOm 8:00 a'm" tO 4:00 p'm" including the ': lunch hour from 12:00 to 1:00, Monday through Friday.  : Car8 Of Your Thirdly, if elected assessor, I would support efforts by other county officials and organizations which are aimed at providing  ; better and improved services to the people of Gilmer County. iE ii Land Judging Team in Oklahoma City this week. L-R: Inn Burkhamer, Jan  For example, I believe the assessor should actively support  ii Quality Heels Hinzman, Willard Wright, Coach Everett Mason, and Myron Barley [Not Shown].  improved health and medical services and facilities, industrial  ::i! Shoe Care Products While-U-Wait Bayard Young Photo ". development and recreational facilities and programs with the  i/i FREE Shine With Every Gilmer County's fifth State Mrs. Wendell Burkhamer, Cox's Mill;  betterment of the county in mind. :: " Fourth, my decision to seek election as assessor of Gilmer or Heel Job Champion Land ]udging Team left ]an Hinzman, daughter of Mr. and : County was made before I learned of a proposed salary : Friday morning for Oklahoma City Mrs. B. ]. Hinzman, Linn; Willard  increase, that to me seems exorbitant. But more important, I where they will compote in the 25th Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Custom Leather Work International Land, Pasture, and "Hap" Wright, Kanawha Drive; and  believe this increase in the assessor's salary is unfair to the f:ii Upon Request Range Judging contest May 6. This 4-H Myron Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.  people of the County. | group won the state contest at Marling Bailey, Newberne.  In summary, I believe the assessor's office should take  ::: luararrteed and Reasonably Priced Jackson's Mill last August. County The team and Coach Mason , every opportunity to provide services to Gilmer County and this  Agent Everett Mason has coached five planned to witness some of the time  involves office hours g:00 a.m. through4:00p.m.,includingl2:00 teams to state championships. Two trials for the Indy 500 at the  to 1:00, and full time efforts by the assessor, and support by the i.i!i Shoe [t Harness have won the International; the first Indianapolis speedway and visit  assessor of efforts to provide better community services. !! being an FFA team from Normantown several other points of interest on their Repair in 1966 and the second, the 1973 4-H way to Oklahoma City. On location,  If elected as assessor, I would exert efforts to provide : team. The 1974 and 1975 4-H teams they will review their land judging  increased assessor services on a full time bases, and support ! St. Glenville each won substantial ratings, techniques before the Thursday . community development activities. = Convenient Free Parking The 1976 4-H team is composed of contest with 4-H and FFA teams from  RogerN. Kennedy iFi Just Ovet RiverBridge Inn Burkhamer, daughter of Mr. and across the nation. 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