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22, 1988 s Court cases were filed rendered Hardman Sup- John Peters and debt owed. - Johnson Vs. Bobby Bob Wilson, debt MD Vs. default judge- and Cunningham was cited for left of center. The other accident occured Septem- Hoover, oveflength without a September 16 - Julie McKin- ber 12. Rachel Morrison of Sut- permit; Connie Lowther Parker, ley, 7:40 am; from accident at ton was traveling east on Route speeding; James Howard Keen, Mountaineer Mart to Stonewall 5, approximately 1/2 mile east overlength without a permit and Jackson Hospital. of Dusk Camp Road. Morrison moving oversize load on Sun- September 16 - James Nor- apparently lost control of the day; Jackie Lee Clemons, over- man, 9:49 am; from Americare vehicle, which left the road and weight; Todd Scott Ulderich, to Calhoun General Hospital and overturned. Minor injuries were failure to display valid fuel tax return to Americare. sustained by the six persons in decal; Clinton Jack Bosley, driv- September 16 - Jesse Curl- the vehicle. No citation was is- ing suspended or revoked for ningham,l:00 pro; from Ameri- sued. According to Sgt. Arbaugh, Gilmer County faired well in the 1987 Crime in West Virginia Report with a 8.33% rate per 1,000 persons. The lowest crime rate was found in Pleasants county, 4.25%; and the highest in Berkeley, 50.44%. Gilmer's cause was found for Luzader" no proof of insurance, Calhoun General Hospital. crime rate was 0.00% in the categories of murder and rape and .12% for robbery, .36% for felonious assault, 3.09% for breaking and entering, 4.40% for larceny, and .36% for ve- hicle theft. 1 Five citations were issued during the week: Marion H. Cunningharn, public intoxica- warrent was filed driving under the influence; care to Camden-Clark Hospital Hunter J. Dustin F. Fisher, driving left of in Parkersburg. Motel Vs. A1- center;, Ryan Adron Luzader, September 16 Terry :, worthless speeding, paid $40.00; Steven Sprouse, 1:10 inn; from Letter filed. M. Hickman, speeding, paid Gap to Stonewall Jackson Hos- Wilfong Vs. Nina$41.00; David Franklin Young, pital. hear- improper use of antique vehicle, September 17 - Irene Bosley, wounding, no paid $46.00; Roger Lee 11:28 am; from Leather Bark to WOunding and the dismissed; Bantz W. Stalnaker,September 17 - Joe dismissed, no proof of insurance, dis-Goodman, 5:22 pro; from South missed; Benny Criss Osbum, Lewis Street to Calhoun General speeding and no proof of insur- Hospital. cases were Vs. Pauline Jones, warrant filed. s. Pauline Jones, warrant filed. ance, dismissed; Athel G. Jones, September 17 Tom expired MVI sticker, paid McCumbers, 8:57 pro; from River Street to Calhoun General Hospital. September 18 - David Boy- ers, 1:50 pro; from Flying W Plastics to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. don; David A. Richards, speed- ing; Barry W. Chapman, speed- ing; Travor S. Heckert, no op- erators license in possession; and Kenneth R. Kandy, speed- ing and expired registration. 10.- Welcome-Devotional-I DeMn Oa ns 10:15-Sermon-Eider Char Marl{ 16-15: "Go Ye Into All The World Preach The Gosp To Every C eature" 11 0--Roll Call-Reading of Letters 12. 0--Noon Recess 1:00-Devotional-sro. Roy Cunnlngham $41.00; Athel G. Jones, no proof judgements of insurance, dismissed; Athel Vs. Francis Pyles, G. Jones, expired MVI sticker not guilty by and expired registration, paid addiction. $51.00; Athel G. Jones, over- ;. Okie Shaffer" Jr., length, paid ,%41.00; Vickie Ann guilty, 5 Frymier, no proof of insurance, given credit time dismissed; Karen A. Wetters, improper registration atxl no Howard W. Cole- MVI sticker, paid $46.00; Karen under the influ- A. Wetters, speeding, paid and released on $41.00; Karen A. Wetters, no recognizance proof of insurance, dismissed; trial. Carol Steele, failure to use child s. Clinton Jack Bos- restraint, paid $46.00; John Under the influence, Moore, public intoxication and and released on indecent exposure, pled guilty or property bond, and will serve 10 days in jail and was fined $50.00 plus Rafliff, shop- $36.00 court costs; James Barry Deeds Recorded Sandra Ann Luzader to James Randall Luzader, Glenville Dis- trict. Janie L. Perry, et al to Melvin Shaffer, crux; Center District. Susan Kleis, etvir, to Goff Summers, Jr., et at; interest. Four arrests were made: Thomas L. Reaser, etux, et at, Francis D. Pyles was arrested by to Charles B. Gilbert, etux; Troy Chief Davis for public intoxica- District. don was transported to Weston Deltic McHenry to Woodrow State Hospital to undergo de- guilty, to pay Madatt, no proof of insurance, McHenry, GlenvilleDistrict.toxification. Okey Shaffer" Jr. was arrested $41.00 court dismissed; Judith A. Miller, speeding, paid $41.00; Judith A. Marriages Recorded by Sgt. Miller for public intoxi- cation and was transported to misde- Miller, no proof of insurance, PhiUip Todd Ash, 23, of Weston State Hospital to un- were held: State dismissed; William B. Noffsin- GlenviUe, son of Albert Edgar dergo detoxification. cher, destruction gel expired MVI sticker, paid arraigned and dis-$41.00; Larry D. Somerville, and Camilla Fisher Ash to Re- Howard W. Coleman was ar- overlength without a permit, becca Fauntelle Owens, 21, of rested by Capt. Rose for driving s. Steve Butcher, pub- paid $46.00, Barry J. Marlatt, Ripley, daughter of Donald Ray under the influence and ap- and Barbara Ward Owens. The peered before Magistrate Wolfe ion, plea of nolo defective equipment; and Kirk couple was married September 3 for arraignment. eferred to 6 hoursL. Zellous, speeding. Janice Hall was arrested by at Summit Center, de- Chief Davis for battery and de- ing. Chad= Gist, bat- Sheriff's Report st,,, on of property, she: ap- peared before Magistrate Wolfe ed on motion of The Gilmer County Sheriff's for arraignment. According to Chief Davis, an Sharon Liverlx)ol,Department reports two tram- attempted breaking and entering on motion of ports during the week: Okey Passing the written test took place on Monday, Septem- Shaffer and Francis Pyles were l,i ix, opeaatQrs Jjc,,en ..Oll :19a...i,l: .apla.qxim y., Patrick Starke3/, transponed'td Wefto# State tember 14" were: Stac~y Moss of p.m. ai 9 Ri@r S i. A'reg'i- dismissed on too- Hospital Detoxicification Center Glenville, Thomas Marks of dent was home at the time and of Wv. promptly notified the City Po- Ed Godfrey, petit lice Department. The matter is on motion of still under investigation. Pyles, battery, Gary Pyles, public plea of not guilty. Pyles, battery, checks were ren- Hardman, dba Service Vs. Michael J. Hicks, Auto Parts Vs. Glenville Sport Davisson Vs. paid $210.00. traffic citations paid: Cunningham, Bradley D. as a result of a public intoxica- Stumptown, Angie Cook of tion charge. Normantown, Onda Yoshryuki of GlenviLle, William Taylor of Ambulance Runs Tanner, and Eric Gregory of CedarviUe. Tests will be given September 12 Ivy Can', again September28. 11:55 pro; from accident at For the GlenviUe Detach- Stours Mills to Braxton County ment, the month of August in- Memorial Hospital in Gassaway. eluded six misdemeanor arrests, September 13 - Myron Krupa, 25 hazardous moving violations, 10:22 am; from Bloody Run Hill 17 other road hazardous viola- to Stonewall Jackson Hospital in tions, 46 hazardous moving Weston. warning tickets, 59 other mov- September 13 - Glenville Ele- ing tickets, 9 criminal investiga- mentary School, 2:31 pro; no tion reports, and 4 recovation trip. orders served. In addition, two September 14 - Russell Ware, accident reports were filed: Sep- 5:53 pro; from Cox's Mills to tember 8, a two vehicle accident Spurgeon-Ellyson Mortuary. occured on Sliding Run Road September 15 - Flora involving Cyril Cottrill and Langford, 8:39 pm; from South Larry Cunningham. Cunning- Lewis Street to Dr. V's office ham was traveling east on Slid- then to Calhoun General Hospi- ing and collided with Cottrill, tal in Grantsville. who was traveling west. No in- The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 7 1:15-.Sermon-Bro. Roger Stewart CoL: 2-6: "AI Ye Have Therefore ReCalvtKI Chrlsl Jesul The Locd So Walk Ye In Him" 2. 0-Sermon-Bder Larry F her II Tint:3-1: "This Know Also, That In The Last Days Perilous Tinge Shall Conw" Fellowship & Benediction IIIIIII I I II Illl I INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF EMPLOYMENT! ACQUIRE A TECHNICAL SKILL! FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE ENROLL NOW T.R.A. Beneflls Apply towards . Calhoun Gilmer Career nter classes FOOD SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, NURSE ASSISTANT, MEDICAL ASSISTANT, INDUSTRIAL SEWING, MARKETING/DISTRI,BLr[IVE EDUCATION, *MACHINE TRADES/WELDING, BUSINESS EDUCATION, *ELECTRICAL OCCUPATIONS C ,MOUN-GllrU.ER CKItEEit RT. 1 BOX 542-,6., GRAWrSVILLE, WV 26147 PHONE: 354-6151 ical rvlces September 18-24, 1988 ) Test your knowledge of seat belts in the following True or False quiz. I On Your Up to Heating I. , . T F T F Safety belts are only useful for 5. Be/rig thrown from a car is long trips, r'l[] sdu tlum bei I id by a .... saft y belt. D "O Each of us has about a 30 percent chance of being in a serious auto 6. Air bags can add to the crash in a lifetime, r'l [] effectiveness of lap/shoulder belts. [] [3 Seat belts will trap you in a lmming ear ormbmerged 7. A driver is not totally safe unless in water. D [] all passensen are buckled up. D [3 insulation, installed properly in the , Can cut residential heating costs as to be truly energy efficient, it consu'ucted, have an efficient thermal or storm doors and The same me ttres help cool in the summer as welL of insulating material in transfer or loss is measured in the better the This chart daows the re- for the m-era you might in your home: Monongahela Recomanended Standardm Ceilings ................... R-38 (I0 to 12 in.) Frame walls (2x4 std.) ...... R-13 (3 to 4 in.) Frame walls (2x6 ....... R-19 (6 inches) Floors ....................... R-19 (6 inches) Floors (slab) ....... R-7 (2 inches =emr) Storm windows storm doors recommended. Since space heating accounts for about 55% of residential energy consumpt/on, insulation is the most important measure you can take to significantly reduce your home energy costs. It is a very wise investment that will save both energy and money for years to come. For more detailed information on this sub- send for our free booklet, "How to Save Energy When You Design or Build a New Home." Write to: Monongahela Power Coml my 1310 Fah'mont Avenue Fairmont, WV 26554 Arm: Public Inforn=tion Part of the Allegheny Power System . Safety belts are needed only 8. Lap belts usually found in rear if you are driving fast. 121 121 seats are aot useful. [] 0 1. False. Three out of four cat crasb bapp within 25 miles dhorae. 2. True. A eay belt ctn cut the dmm of serious injury or death by one-half. 3. False. The belt saves you from knock l uncomciom so you can be alert enongh to escape quicldy. 4. False. 80% of serious/njuries and deat happm/n mrs goiag ires thaa 40 mph. 5. False. lking thrown from a car increaem the chance of death 25 6. True. 7. True. One out of four serious injuries is caused by passensen in cars being thrown imo one another. 8. False. Lap belts provide injury protection. If you answered all questions correctly and buckle up when in a car, you have greatly increased your chances of surviving an auto crash. In 1986 there were 47,900 moto vehicle deaths. Studies show that 40 to 55 percent of fatal or serious injur/es could have been reduced ff lap and shoulder safety belts had been worn by passeng . Safety belts lxevent about 25,000 moderate to critical injuries to front seat passengers while safety belts save 2,200 lives each year. WE6TON American College of Emergency Physicians