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es CFF in Will MatT. Jr. Association of {AAUW} will hold eeting Wednesday, the Pioneer Center HOom at Glenville State business meeting will iMr. Clair W. Matz. Jr.. of Political lrshall University. will is invited to attend. titled, "Under- Hunger and What I Mountain Issues the Committee for blic Policy in West ! proiect is anities to of policy issues Virinians. is a graduate of also holds the S.T.M. ,,teal Seminary in the M.A. from Lehigh the Ph.D. from the Since coming to he has appeared on and delivered the West Virginia Association and most the Eighteenth Annual ational Studies St. Louis. and taught in the relations, Latin American politics, politics of ns and international summer of 1977, he America and has eUrto Rico. Mexico, and the Countries of Europe. entation he helps the the issues that are diplomatic language or that the press does not COver the international which they are hunger is such an z shows how it affects and what they can do of thirteen partici- Issues Forum to community on certain policy, in keeping "People and Virginia Looking is Barbara Professor of State College, matching funds for featured in new brochure Several tourist attractions and facilities in Gilmer County are included in the newly revised full color brochure published by the Country Roads Travel Council. Among those places highlighted from Gilmer County are the West Virginia Folk Festival and Cedar Creek State Park. The revised brochure published bv the regional travel council will be distributed throughout the eastern United States and Canada during the coming year in an effort to attract additional travelers into the area. according to a press release. The publication features ten themes with something to appeal to almost every individual. The themes included are glass, bunting and fishing, history, camping, fairs and festivals, scenery. arts and crafts, area activities, parks and recreation, and information. Each brochure also contains a map with highways and maior cities located within the region in order to provide prn.rmctive travelr with n point nf reference. The travel council will be using the brochure as their maior promotional item at various travel shows and in answering the numerous requests for information received by the regional travel organization. Other means employed by the council to promote the area include the distribution of literature for travel council members: compiling of data for news releases, slide shows, and other travel directories; and the printing of places to stay. eat. and hop in the Country Roads region. One hundred thousand copies of the full color brochure were printed and any individual wishing to receive a quantity may do so by contacting the Country Roads Travel Council at 217 Fourth Street in Parkersburg. Place YOUR ad! Conings News ......... . !: ...... .... .,...,.....".-&apos;". ...... ..::...:,.+.:   . . ...... ....,.......,...:.: by The News Bird Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Radcliff have been Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Pettit and Vickie from Canton Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Burton from Cumberland, Maryland. I Normantown by Nedra Alltop Mrs. Rhoda James entered the Calhoun General Hospital Sunday morning. October 9th. She is doing very well at this time. Mrs. Connie Jenkins Turner and two sons, Justice and Caleb, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore on Steer Creek for two weeks. Just a reminder that there is a "New Box" at the store in Normantown for anyone wishing to contribute to the NORMANTOWN NEWS. Mrs. Pauline Meeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Smith, of Ohio. has been visiting relatives in this area. Mr. Marlin Alltop was admitted to the Veterans Hospital in Clarksburg Tuesday. October 11. He is in Intensive Care. .|oe Hitt of Perkins entered a motorcycle race on Sunday, October 16. in Belpre. Ohio. at Tick Ridge Raceway and won second place in the 125 class. His friend. Gary Metz of Glenville, won first place. Also. Gary's brother. Charles, won third place in the 370 class. Congratulations Boys! McCartney completes training Pat G. McCartney, son of Sue McCartney of Coxs Mills. recently completed ten weeks of military training at the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, Rhode Island. McCartney is currently partici- pating in the Navy Enlisted Scientific Education Program (NESEP} at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. NESEP offers qualified men and women of the Navy and Marine Corps four years of college education leading to a  Baccalaureate Degree and a commission in the Navy or Marine Corps. He joined the Navy in March 1968. Cheerleaders elected at Tanner The Tanner Bulldog cheerleaders have: been elected for this school year. The fifth and sixth grade cheerleaders are Jo Bush. Luann Byrd. Connie Meadows and Shelia Robinson. The seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders are Monoka Allison. Lvnette Boone. Bey Robinson and Brenda Robinson. CHILD ABUSE If yon believe a child is being neglected, call the Welfare Depart- ment or the West Virginia Child Abnse Hot I,ine at 1-800-642-8595 (tollfree]. POSITION AVAILABLE REGION Vll AND DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL RUCKHANNON, WEST VIRGINIA Will be, received until October 31, 1977 for the Aencv on Aging Director with the Region VII bevelopment Council in Buckhannon, West with major in Social Work, Gerontology, Administration or relad fields, or two years experience in related areas. Applicant travel. Startin date December 1, lg77. Salary to g12.000 phls benefits. Send resume' and of application to: James P. Gladkosky, Revion VII. Upshur County Courthouse, Virtdnia 2(;201. AN EOITAI, OPPORTUNITY Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hinter spent the past weekend in Marion, Ohio. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drexell Wallon and family. Mrs. Wallon is the former June Hinter. Bernard and Edna Smith spent a few days last week visiting in Barberton. Ohio. Debbie Cole has returned home after a few days stay in the United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. Our community is saddened by the death of Brooks Talbott and we extend our sympathy to Beryl and the children. Miss Madeline Adams of Akron, Ohio is visiting her sister Bertha Byrd. Mrs. Connie Adams is home after a bout in the hospital. We wish you a speedy recovery. Connie. Mrs. Zora Phillips and Mrs. Betty Kuntz of Toledo. Ohio visited their brother. Ernest Beard, last week. Mr. Beard isn't very well. Also his wife Ads has be/m ill a few days this week. We hope they can soon be well again. Mrs. Mabel Cole and Annie Bowen attended the funeral!atSalem for their sister-in-law, Mrs. Gale Bowen. We extend our sympathy to the family. Mrs. Thelma Radcliff has retired after 20 years service at the Weston State Hospital. She spent part of the week visiting her daughter |eanie and family at Hundred. Mrs. Fluorite Matthaws ,is back carrying the mail after a couple days off having some dental work done.  ,2)::::: *;:'Y:::::: ::::!:!':! :::-::!::::!:2 ;:::.:.:,:,:,:.:<.x*:,:.:-:,t,x+  :.:-: :.:.:.:.:-:. : :::.:,. c<v:>.:-:.\x ... Magistrate Court Action .:...:. ....... : :;::::!:i:i:i:i:i#..!$!%*i:ti::i::i!isi:!::!:..`!.:i:" ,  " . -::::-::: :,..,....w.....,..:+:.:.:.,.'ee.'..,,....-,'.-.'.-'.'.'..',' ', .............................. MISDEMEANORS 9-3-77-Janet Castle. Montgomery. Pled guilty to public intoxication. 9-3-77--Francis Pyles, Glenville. Pled guilty to public intoxication. 9-7-77-Claude Hammontree. Glen- villa. Pled guilty to public intoxication. 9-8-77-Marvin Hinkle. Glenville. Pied guilty to public intoxication. 9-8-77-Harley McHenry, Glenville. Pied guilty to public intoxication. 9-14-77-Harley McHenry, Glen- ville. Pled guilty to public intoxication. 9-14-77-Earl Allen. Sand Fork. Pied no contest to po,ession of a cnntrnlled substance. 9-15-77-Dallas Pruntv, Copen. Pied guilty to failure to maintain control of vehicle. 9-17-77-John W. Parker. Walton. Pied uiltv "Overwidth 2 feet". 9-19-77-Charles Kyle. Glenville. Pled guilty to public intoxication. 9-26-77-Lonnie Lash. Glenville. Pied guilty to public intoxication. 9-26-77-Leslie Fincham, Capon. Pied guilty to public intoxication. 9-30-77-Roger Freshour, Sand Fork. Pied guilty to trespassing. 9-30-77-Lonnie Lash. Glenville. Pled guilty to public intoxication. TRAFFIC MISDEMEANORS 9-3-77-Rita Ann Marra. Mont- gomery. Pied guilty "D.W.I. & Expired Registration". 9-6-77-Oscar Lea Shields, Stump- town. Plod guilty "No Valid Operators". 9-6-77-John Brooks Jones, I,ock- nov. Plod uiltv "Failure to Yield Right of Way". 9-6-66-Kline Ralston. Glenville. Pled guilty "Expired Motor Vehcile Inspection Sticker". 9-6-77-Virgil Queen, Sand Fork. Plod no contest "Failure to Maintain Control Vehicle". 9.7.77-Russell Greenlief, Troy. Pled guilty "Expired Sticker". 9-7-77-Donald Lee Call, Linn. Pled guilty "Failure to Maintain Control of Vehicle". 9-8-77-Audrey D. Biggers. Glen- villa. Plod guilty "Illegal Parking". 9-8-77-Douglas Mansfield Collins, Stumptown. Pied guilty "No Helmet on Motor Cycle". 9-9-77-Patrick Ferguson. Smith- villa. Pied guilty "Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-12-77-Garland Eugene Lowe. Wallback. Pied guilty "Failure to Maifltain Control- Vehicle". " , ,, , 9-12-77-Mark J. Reynolds, Mou- ndsvillo. Plod guilty "Failure to Maintain Control Vehicle". 9-13-77--Elmer Ancil Cedar. Pick- ens. Pied guilty "No Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-14-77-Ted Ray Strickland, Elk- view. Pled guilty "Expired Registra- lion", 9-15-77--Peter M. Tiaden, Camden. Pied guilty "Operator License Viola- tion-Not Wearin Glasses". 9-16-77--Roy Harold Harris. Nor- mantown. Pled guilty "No Registra- tion". 9-17-77-Earl V. Allen. Letter Gap. Pled guilty "No Registration and No ltelmet". 9-20-77-Donald Stout. Harrisville. Pied guilty "Failure to Maintain Control". 9-21-77--Christy Collins, Richwood. Pied guilty "Illegal Parking". 9-21-77-Christy Collins, Richwood. Pied guilty "Illegal Parking". 9-22-77-Charles Dewavne Rich- erda, Glenville. Pled guilty "Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-22-77--]ohn I,ewis Edwards, Sand Fork. Pled guilty "Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-24-77-|unior Lee Hannah. Gra- ntsville. Plod no contest "No Valid Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-26-77-lames Alan Postalwait, Glenville. Pled guilty "Improper Registration". 9-26-77-Wallace Goode, Glenville. Pied guilty "Unauthorized Parking". 9-27-77--Mariorie Weidemoyer. Sand Fork. Pled guilty "Failure to Maintain Control Vehicle". 9-28-77-Russell Dee Cottrill, Stu- mptown. Pied guilty "No Registration". 9-28-77--lames Donald Curtis, Weston. "Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection Sticker". 9-29-77--Robert M. Clifton. Elyria Ohio. "Failure to Maintain Control of Vehicle". 9-30-77-l,onnie Bert Losh, Glen- ville. Pied guilty "Reckless Driving". Try a Classified Ad today ,n'.- Th C, lenvillp FN,moPr:dl l=athfinrh'r R-2 DEPARTMENT fIF NAtURAl. SERf)! tRCE Vlf)l. ATIONS q-15-77--B-hhv I "l'wn'-nd. Cox's Mills. Pied m,illv t, ,4rPam littnrinfl. CIVIl. I1113EMES RENDERED 9-2-77--Rov Riffle. Orlando. vs Evelyn loneR. Stouts Mills. Judgment on agreement of partieR. 9-2-77-John's Texaco, Norman- town, vs. Charles Rutherford. Glen- villa. Judgment in favor of John's Texaco by confession of judgment. 9-7-77-I(eith' Store. Stouts Mills. vs. Mr. and Mrs. Vir2il l,ah. Orlando. Judgment in favor of Keith's Store by confession of judgment. 9-8-77-Evelyn Tingler. C, rRntsville, vs. Roy Harris. l,oc, knav. Judgment in favor of Evelyn Tingler by defRult. 9-12-77-Kanawha Union Rank. Glenville vs. Martin l,avne. Glanville. Judgment in favor of Kanawha Union Bank by default. 9-12-77-Robert Murphv. Glenville. vs. Mr. and Mrs. John Rundgrun. Glenville. ludgment in favor of Robert Murphy bv eonfessinn of judgment. 9-16-77-Robert Murphy. Glenville. vs. lorry McCmflev. lenville. ludg- ment in favor of Robert Murphy bv default. 9-tg-77-Clavton Beall, New Mil- tnn. vs. Robert Hitt. l,inn. |udgment in favor of Clayton Beall hv confession of judgment. CAKE DECORATING CLASS A cake decorating class is being offered at Troy Elementary School each Tuesday and Friday at 7 p.m.. according ,to Principal David Ellison. The first class met Tuesday. October 18. Anyone interested may still enroll in the class, according to Ellison. STUDENTS 1,O COMPETE Five GCHS students will be going to Winston-Salem. North Carolina. to enter 4-H competition in the National Junior Horticulture Contest on October 26. Cliff Thrasher will make a visual presentation individually, while team competition will be entered by lan Hinzman, Fran Davis. Willard Wright and Jeff Furr. They will leave here October 27 and probably return November 1. Straight Answers From Your Power Company This is one in a series of replies to questions being asked by our customers. Answering is Don Rode. heaver, Director, Engineer. log and Construction for Monongahela. Don Rodehaever Why Don't You Trim More Trees? Trimming trees is a never-ending job at Monongahela Power. An average of 25 crews work continually to protect many thousands of miles of power lines. In fact, these crews trim an average of 55,000 trees each year and clear brush on about 4,500 acres of rural rights-of-way. At a Cost of $2,000,000 Our total rights-of-way maintenance expense for 1977 will be about $2,000,000, an increase of nearly 300 percent over 1970. Although cost increases have been influenced greatly by inflation, the 1977 rights-of-way maintenance work will be about double that of 1970 Efficiency Counts Our tree trimming program is based on getting the most work done in the most efficient and safe manner possible. Both factors are carefully weighed to assure that we--and our customers--receive the maximum benefit at the lowest cost. When trees jeopardize electric ser- vice to you or to your neighbors, they must be trimmed or, where necessary, removed. We hope you'll understand and cooperate with our crews when this becomes necessary. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System 377 1973 Cadillac 1973 Plymouth Valiant 4 Dr. 1975 Olds Delta Royale 88 20,000 1 owner real sharp car 1972 Ford Galaxie 1973 Dodge Coronet 1971 Ford Pickup with topper 1967 D Dodge Van 1973 Ford Pickup 1974 Chevrolet Pickup 1974 Dodge =/4 Ton Pickup real sharp GLENVILLE, WV