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August 22, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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need to what is and a rate of urban currently state of of would B of every 10 to nd use ago, the Was largely Since has movement • an outflow • ~es. • ~ties were • the • community • labor • thousands • U.S. Department of Agriculture increasing. About 50 million more Americans are expected within the next 25 years. During the same period, the world population probably will increase by an additional 2-~A billion persons. Aside from a moral obligation to contribute to the alleviation of world hunger, our country needs the foreign exchange produced through increasing sales of agricultural products for the growing population. Far-sighted hus- bandry of the land is essential. Rural development and agriculture can consist in harmony and mutual benefit, but a basis for accommodation is necessary. The basis is sensible land-use planning, including the challenging and controversial subject of county and municipal zoning. However, the alternative to zoning, or some comparable regulatory measure. is to forego the option of community or county self-determination as growth Occurs. One way that local governments can preserve agricultural land and control development is through the purchase or development rights { by means of sealed bids from land-own- ers}. In selling such rights to a county, for example, the landowner retains raw title, possession, and the right to use the land for agricultural purposes, At the same time, the t:ount¥ gover~ment can prevent random or expluitivc development• This technique is being used in Suffolk County. NY_ and other place~ There is no questi-n that land-use planning can result in development taking place on sites best suited for it, • especially since there is ample space available for development. About 75 percent of us live on only 2 percent of the land. Only by giving development its place and leaving agricultural land in its place can we ensure a better America for all. ago • bring many : They • needs an • youth • the cities. • land • based • co • of migration : COmmunities era in the At the n is hdl tour for by provide an Federal not only established will also attendance up to the given on agencies ladies have of this have to depart October with the $32.00. arranged double Per person day. to I00 Filled on Slack to rt to point toward Provide an said. the JeweU since finalized. Day the will Glenville to Sunday. p.m. on in the made of area who local be of BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB•BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB•••B••BB•BBB••••• 15.0 cu. ft., no-frost, twin crispers, door shelves, 147 lb. freezer• 17.0 cu. ft., no-frost, super storage doors. 168 lb. freezer. 19.0 cu. ft., side by side, no-frost, 222 lb. freezer, crisper and meat pan. Portable, 2 cycles, self-ceaning filter, full size spray arm. I II 4 cycles, super scour cycle for pots and pans. silver rack on door. 5 cycles, 2 speed, gentle for china and crystal, super scour. AUTOMATIC WASHERS 2-speeds, 2-cycles full time lint filter, big family capacity. 3-cycles, 2-speeds, easy clean filter, 2 water level control. mllll Bill II II I,I I 2-speeds, 3-cycles, per- manent press cycle, 3 water temp. IIIII I I IIIIIIII UPRIGHT FREEZERS 12.0 cu. ft., holds up to 420 lbs. Door shelves. 15.8 cu. ft., signal light, holds up to 553 Ibs. Defrost drain. lllll 20.0 cu. ft., porcelain interior, holds up to 700 Ibs. AUTOMATIC DRYERS Electric, 5 cycles, 3 drying temp. Big 18 lb. capacity. Electric, 2 auto. cycles, hamper door. 20 lb. capacity. Gas. 5 cycles, no pilot light, automatic. 3 temp. selections. IIIIIIII , ELECTRIC RANGES 30" custom, clock, continuous cleaning oven, hi speed broiler. I I --~ 30" deluxe, plug-in cook units, oven light, con- tinuous cleaning oven. I 30" supreme, automatic clock, infinite heat controls, hi-speed broiler. e-Glenville - Weston 354-6240 - PHONE . 462-7 8 - PHONE - 2 -4900 August 22. 1t~"/8 '|'he Gleavllle l)emocrat/Patll mdlr fl Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. CALL OR WRITE Mark Ellis Forester COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY P.O 8ox 218 Gassaway 26624. West Virginia Phone: 304.36d.r~ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlllll [I / J • I \ / / m Our entire stock of WHIRLPOOL home applianc are now on SALE during our once-a-year SUMMII SPECIALS SALE. These low, low prices include delivery, set-up, manufacturer's warranty and normal installation. Many are in new cartons and some are one-of-a-kind floor models. I . I J I CHEST FHG 9.0 cu. ft. holds 315 Ibs. 36 " wide, I IJ 17.31 cu. ft., storage baskets, defrost drain, holds 605 lbs. I I I I J 22.3 CU. ft., signal light, porcelain interior. Holds 770 lbs. I II J ...... I ¸1.111 II ....... IMPERIAL GAS JUil6ES 30" automatic lighting, broiler, light and clock, 30" continuous clean- ing oven, clock and light. II II . 36" deluxe, clock, oven window and light, kiftup top. ] I ...... __L = ¢ i~