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the state to the classroom West Virginia Moses, di=montent in the r laries but he did PZ dems with the discontent "had by the The WVEA $700 salary a sion "because March did not ~P to the increase in eCPerienced the past Moses said he didn't know what teachers might do when the Legislature comes hack into session in November. "From all indications." the president said, "'it appears that the legislative leaders do not expect to be in session more than a few hours when they come together again on November 1, otherwise, why would they select Saturday for this purpose?" "I can tell you one thing." the fiery president said, "The teachers of this state are not going to be shoved aside as they have been on other occasion with a small pittance of a salaw increase. When you're 49th in the nation in salaries you don't have much DAY, SEPT. 6, 1975 STARTS 10:00 A.M. UNN AVENUE - McGARY ADDITION - WESTON, 1,4 LEWIS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOLLOW AUCTION " Air Conditioning, Automatic, Tilt Steering Wheel. V-8 Engine with mly 2.500 Milm. FEET ' STOOL 1AIR ANTIQUES CABINET ,) ROUND WICKER STAND STONE JARS STONE CHURN DROP LEAF TABLE RUBY PITCHER RUBY GOBLETS OTHER RUBY GLASS MARBLE TOP ENDTABLES El" STANDS TALL WOODEN BED (COMPLETE) COMB Et BRUSH SET PICTURES NORTHWOOD CARNIVAL GLASS GLASS BASKET W/ HANDLE TALL MIRROR 2 ROUND STANDS HOUSEHOLD Et CHAIRS El' TOWELS LADDER Hm ZENITH RADIO, RECORD PLAYER COMB. 2 LIVING ROOM SUITS POLE LIGHT CEDAR CHEST ZENITH RADIO BEDROOM SUIT(COMPLETE) DRESSERS SWEEPER TELEPHONE STAND CABINET SET OF DISHES G.E. REFRIGERATOR IRON GAS COOK STOVE SKILLET ODD CHAIRS T.V. LIGHT SUITCASES GOLF CLUBS 8- BAG WOODEN LAWN FURNITURE TABLE CLOTH CEMENT BENCH 2 PUSH MOWERS EXTENSION LADDER HOE. RAKE MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TOO MENTION NO T RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS TERMS: Cash LUNCH WILL BE SERVED SPECIAL AUCIION SALE T LS SEPTEMBER 6- 1:30 P.M. - IqSHING CAMP GE/ estate edr the late Leo E]Us. The sale will be held Street m High St. above the [z] -3e me. Couolon Royal Javelin Fly Rod. 61/= Heddou Pal Spinning Rod, 5~Alcedo-Micron Rod. Rod, Heddon Pal Casting Rod, 2 Fiberglass 12'; Spin Reels, 2 Tackle Boxes. Lot Asst. Baits, Trap, Minnow Bucket. Kerosene Heater, Electric Charcoal Starter, I'leater, Coleman Lantern. Coleman Stove. Fold ChesL Coleman Fuel Fold Hammock, Tarp. 2' LeveL 9" LeveL Bearing Knock-out Hammer. Square, Rubber Hammer. Asst. Hammers. T'm Snips, Crow Bars, Wood Clamps, 12" - Clamps, Hatchet, Clippers, Asst. Pliers, Wrenches; Furniture Clamps. 18" - 14" - Torch, Gasoline Blow Torch, Glass Vic~: Bench Grinder, Extension Cards, Trouble ..Crews, Die Set, Locks, Wood Chisels, Asst. Pliers hovels, Garden Fork, Hedge Trimmer. Cross-Cut Axe, Rakes, Hand Planers. B & D Electric lip Circular Saw, B & D 1/,.. Drill. Set Barber Tools. Large Collection Lantern, Car Carrier, Heat Stove, Eddie Derringe Club, 2 electric Razors, Powder Horn, Wardrobe Asst. Luggage, Picnic Basket, Polaroid (2} Old Dressers, Typewriter Desk, Asst. Paints. Lime, Window Fan. Wash Tub, Water Hose. G.E. Tape Recorder, AM - FM Clock-Radio. 36" Fixtures, many other items too numerous to ACCIDENTS AIOIM TII .S: CASH at 'tlONEn: COL IOE mG I'RON ZN 41i to lose, so we're going all out for the next round we have with the Legislature whether it be November or January." Moses said he had instructed the chairman fo the WVEA Legislative Committee to bring the plight of the West Virginia teacher "and our difficulties with the Legislature" to the attention of the full committee. "I have asked that they draft legislation calling for a salary increase of not less than $2500. I didn't pick that figure out of the air." he said. "'It will take that kind of money just to bring us back up to where we were a few years ago and it will take that kind of money for teachers to get even with the cost of living increases we've been experienc- ing." "Some peole will say that we are selfish," the WVEA official said, "and some will say that we're not doing anything for the boys and girls of our state, but let me point out that the best thing we can do for the students of West Virginia is to provide them with them with the best teachers available and we're not doing this when we keep salaries so low many teachers are deserting the profession for employ- ment elsewhere." "Oh, I know." he went on to say, "there is a reported overabundance of teachers but I can cite you county after county where teachers are leaving the classroom for other employment because they cannot make ends meet. This is most apparent with the young. well qualified teacher who has been in the classroom three to five years and cannot see any future in waiting on the legislature to provide a decent salary." , o,~ ,~aid that in many instances wheJ, ,ill experzcl,,ed teacher leaves the classroom boards of education are hard pressed to replace that person. When this occurs, he said, students are doubled up" or dumped into one large class until a replacement is found. "I consider this one of the most unfortunate things that happen when an experienced teacher is lost. The students really suffer and the teacher who gets the overload cannot do a good job of instructing." "The medical profession provides us with the best health care system in the world since they are able, because of their income, to attract the best of students into the profession. I think this is true to a large extent in most of Gilmer County schools service and auxiliary staff returned to work last week prior to the September 2 school openings, according to Supt. Ran Welty. They are: CENTRAL OFFICE STAFF: An- d."sw Abelmm. ~Maim~nam~, Billy Bennett: Transportation and Atten- dance; Barbara Cower. Trainable Special Education Aide; Edna Marie Huff, Title I Secretary; Ferrell Jenkins, Part-time Bus Mechanic; Jeane H. Kennedy. Secretary to Superintendent; Mary Morrow, School Nurse; Helen Norman. Home-School Visitor; Herman Radcliff. Bus Mechanic; Leon C. Starkey. Maintenance; Betty White, Financial Clerk; Mabel Wolfe, Assis- tant Financial Clerk; and Darrell Wood Maintenance Supervisor. GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL: June Carr. School Secretary; Luther Frame. Janitor; Helen Jones. Cook; Belva Reed, Cook; Pauline Radabaugh. Cook; Raymond Adams, Bus Driver; Ferrell P. Jenkins, Bus Driver; Richard Clark Minney, Bus Driver; Herman mutter, Bus Driver and Rondel Miller, Bus Driver. NORMANTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: Billie Jean Summers. School Secretary; Margaret Stalnaker. Kin- dergarten Aide; Clara B. Wolfe, Title I Aide; Kesslie Minney, Janitor; Pearl Gaston, Cook; Beulah K. Parsons, Cook; Hazel Sp~-ouse, Cook; Charley Gregory. Bus Driver; Raymond Hart, Bus Driver; Oscar R. Turner. Bus September 4, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 learn fire protection Ib, Greg Nicholson, assistant chief, GCVFD. explains flrefighting techniques and equipment to children of the Glenville Child Care Center and staffers. The field trip is one of many the youngsters have made in Gilmer County. Note paper fire hat= LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Saturday Night Sarah Singleton with Wilard Montgomery CONNIE'S ^.,s.,oo: Formerly Bill Hites Place sL7s per couple STOUTS MILL sLoo per youngsters are wearing. the other professions. If we are to continue to attract the best teachers for our children, then we are going to have to assure these teachers something more than a hand-to-mouth income." he declared. "I think we are lucky not to have a rebellion our hands this fall but I'd hate to think of what might happen next spring if the legislature fails to take our request seriously," the WVEA president observed. IL Record year br U.$ Bonds b Gilmer Co In 1974. residents of Gilmer County purchased more than $149.000 in U.S. Savings Bonds-the highest sales year since 1945, according to the Department of Treasury. Already this year. the county has recorded sales of Series E and H. Savings Bonds in excess of $75.000, as of June. the department said. Campbell, Bus Driver, Lee Perfiell, Bus Driver; and Ted Sleeth, Bus Driver. CAREER CENTER BUS DRIVERS: Jean Rhines and Gerald White. 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