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Glenville, West Virginia
June 13, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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June 13, 1975

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June 12. 1~76 completes a statement of and a ene-page IRS Form is an employer to rece/ving this tax break. Ret latleM curr tly . allew the percent employee hired a deduction from the taxN owed IRS. The Job I~velopment tax credit has carry over and carry back for their must pay an The Area 14 WIN team, which includes Calhoun and Gilmer Counties. is located in Grantsville and they have at the present time approximately 25 pre creened and qualified men and women available for employment. For further information regarding place- merit on the tax credit program call or contact Tom Gainer, WIN UNIT Supervisor. 354-6118 in Calhoun or 354-7274 after S p.m. or Carol Reed. Job an Gilmer Ccmnty. ~, tape for the employer. The WIN Unit residents. Ca, 462-7309 today. Mmtday, Tmmday, Thunday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Saturday. 9 to 1 p.m. per GalIM on Sears Best Latex, 0//bse ** ,* Pheae 462-7939 - 482-8483 Authorized CATALOG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY ]ANIFF DEAL Oty street Nmd for hl/ysus A "'no-name street" in Glenville has been named Rollyson St.~,after Fern and the late E.G. "Rolly'" Roilyson. according to Mayor David M. Gillespie, The suggestion to name the street located east of the Federal Building and dead-ending at the~ Rollyson last City Council meeting. The RoUysons were both active in the civic life of the city for many years. Mrs. Rollyson has been president of the West Virginia State Folk Festival for the past several years. The idea for the naming of the street was enthusiatically received by the council, which unanimously passed an ensuing resolution. Womn's ebb to More than 300 boys andgi~. 15 - 18, will attend the 1975 West Virginia Conservation Camp at Camp Caesar near Webster Springs, hine 9- 14. This year. the Women's Club is sponsoring KessUe Minney, Jr. of Letter Gap. The purpese of the camp is to acouaint youngsters with tim sociRl camp will include forest products. park and forest recreation, game management and trapping, forest management, forest protection, fish management, water resources, parks and recreation, nature study, soil and water conservation, nonrenewable: resources, and youth co~amatim~ |ewSpllller w| NI in order to enjoy a week's Democrat/Pa~/ulyVaCatlem'lO" Theweofflce,Will hwever'n(fr puMishthe isSUewultbebeof wiuOrdersPenbe Po//ed Hereford Asset to The West Virginia Polled Hereford Association will sponsor their annual Field Day on June 14 at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp. Activities include livestock speakers invited to O I appreciate your vote me in the pest city electio I will the confldm you placed in me nmyor. Again - - - thank you.. O OOOOOOOOOOql WITH REGION t/I