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The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder 13-4 October 70. 197"/ Rt. Rev. Atkinson to make first Episcopal Visitation Legal Notice RI. Rev. Robert P. Atkinson The at. Rev. Robert P. Atkinson, D.D.. Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, will make his first official Episcopal Visitation to Emmaus Chapel in Glenville on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. He is the Chief Pastor of the 85 congregations within the state. Rector of Calvary Church in Memphis, Tennessee, at the time of his election to the episcopate, Bishop Atkinson was consecrated a Bishop of the Church and Coadjutor of the Diocese on May 6, 1973, in St. Matthew's Church in Wheeling. He served congregations in Wheeling, Fairmont and Huntington before he went to Memphis. He was elevated to his present post on January 5, 1976, in Trinity Church of Huntington. Bishop Atkinson has for many years been interested in "new models of ministry" and the Emmaus Chapel concept is one of these new models of ministry. By bringing the Church to areas without the Episcopal Church presence, Emmaus Chapel hopes to serve the counties of Gilmer, Braxton, Roane, Calhoun and Ritchie. The Chapel seeks to serve Christ and His Science movies to be A series of science movies is scheduled to be shown in the Science Building at Glenville State College beginning at 7 p.m., Thursday, October 20. The programs will continue each Thursday until the series is completed. Each program is approximately 50 minutes in length. The movies consist of seven lectures given at Cornell University by Professor Richard Feynman, Physicist at California Tech. He is a Nobel Laureate noted for his ability to present his highly technical subject to non-physicists in a lively and easily understandable manner. The lectures are intended to penetrate the forbidding barriers of scientific discourse and describe the fundamental laws of Physics in terms laymen can comprehend. They are direct and straightforward, filled with Planning Council seeks The Region VII Planning and Development Council has recently released a draft Regional Housing Plan and is soliciting public opinion as to its content. The plan is comprised of three major sections: assessment of housing need, regional housing policy state- opinions number lacking one or more plumbing facilities. According to surveys, the City of Glenville has a large percentage of units in need of rehabilitation as well as a relatively high percentage of dilapadated units. "Accomodation for projected Church by: a ministry of presence to all communicants living in central W.Va., and not served by another parish: by cooperating with the local Ministerial Association and other Churches and Organizations to serve our area, and by seeking to serve all persons in need of any ministry. There will be an open house for all at the Chapel from 4 until 5:30 p.m. followed by a covered dish dinner. The evening service wilt be the Sacrament of Confirmation with Holy Communion and sermon at 7:30 p.m. Following the service there will be a reception for the confirmands and Bishop Atkinson. All are invited. shown clear and often humorous and analogies. They appeal to anyone- regardless of his scientific back- ground-who is interested in nature. The public is invited to attend the movies, which are scheduled to be shown in Room 308 of the Science Building. Admission is free. For further information, either Dr. Evans or Mr. McKown of GSC may he contacted at 462-7361, extension 267 or 276. Concerning Cox's Miffs Kyle Emerson of Cox's Mills stopped by the office to tell us that the generally used style of writing that community's name is grammatically correct. "Oliver P.,Cox owned two mills over there," he said. "One was a grist mill and the other a saw mill." Mr. Emerson said he could also recall a time when there were two dams in the community. According to Mr. Emerson, Oliver P. Cox owned practically all of what is now Cox's Mills. He even had a Consumer Research rep in town Glenville Muncipal Judge Delbert L. Davidson reports that John Noonen, a representative of Consumer Re- search in Pittsburgh, was in Glenville last week to gather information concerning the town's population, zoning ordinances, and the need for additional retail outlets in the area. Davidson said he spent more than two hours showing Noonen around the city and advising him concerning local laws and situations. He said Noonen told him that a large company had employed his firm to make the study of the Glenville market area to determine the needs and possible profit structure. The possibility of locating a "mini-mall" in Glenville was discused, Davidson said. Noonen also met with other community leaders while in the area. Haines investigates accident A traffic accident was investi- gated Sunday, October 9, by Corporal W.S. Haines of the Gilmer County Detachment of the West Virginia State Police. The incident involved a 1973 Ford pickup driven by Jimmy F. Coombs, 42, of Parkersburg, and a 1972 Chrysler, driven by William J. Hanshaw, 47, also of Parkersburg. The accident occurred at approximately 11:30 a.m. on State Route 47 near Cox's Mills. According to an accident report on file at the local State Police Station, Coombs was apparently left of center when he rounded a curve and struck Hanshaw head-on. Haines cited Coombs for being left of center. lumber camp in the area and one of the streams is known as Cox's Camp Fork Additional of Horn Creek. Mr. Emerson also said that in accident details earlier times the town's name was In a follow-up to an accident ment, and implementing programs and strategies. It includes a plan of action for the Regional Council and its staff to combat the critical housing problem in this area. The plan profiles each of the seven member counties' housing problems and includes the following in its discussion concerning Gilmer County: "The Gilmer County housing situation is dictated by slow moving housing construction industry, re- sponding to a virtually stagnated population [1970-1975}, One-third of the existing housing stock was determined to be substandard with 1970 Census figures showing a similar population by new construction does not seem to be as critical as the construction, rehabilitation, and assistance to the units serving the existing population. Presently there is little single-family housing subdivision activity in the County. This is probably due to the lack of availability of water and sewerage facilities outside of the saturated city limits of Glenville. There is an existing proposal for 40 units of low and moderate income housing but as yet has not proceeded to funding or construction." The Region VII Planning and Development Council will meet Monday, October 24, at 7:30 p.m. incorrectly spelled. He stated that when his grandfather. I.V. Langford, was Postmaster, the town name was written without an apostrophe. The Democrat/Pathfinder is seek- ing information as to place name origins in Gilmer County--particularly with regard to Stouts Mills and Cox's Mills. FFA FUNDRAISER Future Farmers of America bt)vs at Cilmer County High School are sellin chances on a ten-speed bike. beinnin this week. ,.Chances are 50 cents each. Money enrne, d will be sDel]t for cquipmerif for the FFA. reported in last week's paper, we have learned that Donald Smith, 18, of Glenville, who was the river of a car involved in a wreck on Linn Street in Glenville, was released from Calhoun General Hospital after a one-day stay on Tuesday, October 11. His brother, Danny, a passenger in the vehicle, was not admitted to the hospital. The other vehicle involved in the accident was a 1975 Pontiac driven by Terry Ellyson, 22, of Glenville. Ellyson was traveling north and Smith was going south in his 1973 Gremlin. The accident was investigated by Glenville Police Chief Dean Boone who charged Smith with driving left of center. CHARLESTON--Revised copies of the West Virginia Department of Highways' Action Plan will be mailed October 21 to federal and state a.gencies, county commissions, plan- ning commissions, other public offices and elected members of state and municipal governments for their review. The revision of the document was done in order to make minor changes in the highway planning and development process which the plan describes and to make significant changes in the style and volume of the document itself. Revised copies of the Action Plan will also be available for public review at the Highway Department's ten district offices, the Office of the County Clerk in each county, at all public libraries and at the office of each of the state's 11 Regional Planning and Development Councils. Anyone interested in commenting on the plan should send their comments to the Project Control Division, West Virginia Department of Highways, 1900 Washington Street East, Charleston, West Virginia 25305 by December 1, 1977. 10-13-2tc C-10-13-2tc CITY OF GLENVILLE Glenville. West Virginia 26351 AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH PART OF BANK STREET AS A ONE-WAY STREET AND ALSO TO PROHIBIT VEHICLES FROM GOING THE WRONG WAY ON ANY ONE-WAY STREET: PROVIDING FOR MEANS OF ENFORCEMENT AND FURTHER PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS: REPEAL OF INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES AND ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary bv the Common Council of the City of Glenville to create this ordinance in order to protect the property, welfare and safety of the citizens of the City of Glenville: and. NOW THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENVILLE. THAT: Section 1. Part of Bank Street ns a One-Wav Street. From and after the effective date of this ordinance, the part of Bank Street which is located between Main Street and Powell Street shall be a one-way street with traffic to flow south, from Main Street to Powell Street. Section 2. Going Wrong Way on a One-Way Street. From and after the effective date af this ordinance, it shall be unlawful for the driver of any vehicle to drive said vehicle the wron way upon any public highway, road. street or alley. which is located within the city limits of the City of Glenville, which has been designated and is sa marked as a one-way street. PENALTIES. Any person violatin any one of the provisions in Section 1, thru and including Section 2, of this ordinance shall upon conviction. be fined not less than Ten Dollars [$10.00}. or more than One Hundred Dollars {$100.00). and/or be. imprisoned in the City |aft. or Gilmer MS. GROVES EMPLOYED Ms. Jeanne Groves, a recent graduate of Clarksburg Beauty Academy, has been employed as a cosmetologist and fashion model for a beauty salon in Clarksburg. Ms. Groves resides in Clarksburg. She is a former Gilmer Countian and is the mother of Jeanne Pierce, Kim Jackson, Don Groves and Ran Groves. FASTEST GROWING TOWN According to the census figures, Charles Town is the fastest growing municipality in the state. The eastern panhandle town, located only 55 miles from Washington, D.C., shows a 14 per cent gain in population over the past few years. i I ....  . r, Wl# PACI(-Ble umrrERs -'---" " " -8t o ,, . i ".127 ;8-In. Wide 25-Ft. Roll NUWRI ItEYMOIJ4 r01L Chlird 12-0z. ImMAt I{ -1" II-0,. lie I I em.m. ; BEN FRANKLIN Nmtmlt s-o,_ aa h tmmmW m Td=l 14-t. i 1 I. d 40 TAMPAX T/UWPOIIS ,, 14J 61enville, Wy 34-0z. Size Sad-Flush Toilet Bowl Cleaner Come in early while supply lasts. Save on toilet bowl cleaner. 97 Country Fair DRY ROASTED PEANUTS Save now, serve dur- ing the holidays. Nu- tritious for snacks. o.,, 63, LETTER GAP, W.VA. SAT. OCT. 22, AT 1 p.m. AT SHIRLEY McCUMBERS FARM DOWN GRASS RUN MILE Pair of work ponies with harness, washing machine. 67 Model 22 Rifle. LC. Higgens 22 Rifle. 1 grain cradle, double rinse tubs, I socket set. 1 sweeper {like new}, I covered wagon mantle clock, stone jugs and jars. lawn mower, lots small hand tools, axes. spuds, chains, set of tractor chains. pipe vice. roll-a-way bed. Mavtag gas cook stove {goodl, set of dishes {12 place setting China}. pitch forks, steel drums. step ladders. 3 corn planters, and many many items not mentioned. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OWNER: SHIRLEY McCUMBERS AUCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY FFIC " Ralph and Annette Bame Brokers--462-8331 GLENVILLE O E: - "d H ' 916 Mlnmld Road uerm ough, Salesman--462-8591 STROUT SPECIAL THIS WEEK # CONINGS COTTAGE Cozy 2 bedroom home on the hardroad has new kitchen, hMf basement, garage, swingporch, barn, chickenhouse, pasturaland, alevefl acres total foe only $19,000 Call today Notice: Due to Special Strout Seminar in Lancaster, Pa., the Glenville office will he closed Monday and Tuesday, October 24  25. Call 462-8331 after 6 p.m. for Wmtrmdey apfmintrtml's :,,,,,,Iv l,il f, d;w.;, or h.th. for each .f this ordin:,nce. It is the int(mt of the City of Clenvilln, that rtrrlin:l)('o dudl h,' other provisions herein. intentions of the Clenville that if an' declared to be therein shall remain v effect, and enforceable. All ordinances, or pa r'onflict herewith, or to the upon final passage bv the City of Glenville. I. Robert I. Wvatt. that the foreRnin ordained and Clenville at the regular October 3. 1977. as an 'aid ordinance shall be. in effecta of October 3. CIRCUIT COURT OF VIRGINIA BARBARA LOUISE Vs. [OHN BOGGS SHOCK. R. Defendant 1. {The object divorce tram the TO THE ABOVE NAMED It appearing by that I that l T. KRATOVIL, address is 106 BANK 26452. an answer, claim or defense you may filed in this action on or 1977. If you fail to de upon proper hearing at against you for the complaint. A copy of said tempi from the undersigned Entered by the Clerk 1977. NOTICE OF FILIN( 1 have before me the Executrix of the Estate person: Esther S. Wall Any person having of anv such deceased beneficial interest therein. nr the Count Commission thirty days first and reouest Commisinnor nf Acroont confirmation of said of such request or ebiectienS. be approved by the County Clerk of the LEGAl. NOTICE OF The State of West Virginia I will accept sealed bids until 1 27. 1977 on File 33 Reqn. No. 129 for: To contract for 90 days. No bid will be considered forms prescribed bv and Purchasin Division. Administration. Room W-130. Charleston. West Virginia. Pursuant to a decree Gilmer County, West on the 12th 76-(]-33 Corporation of the State of A.A. Crihfield. d/b/a and Ocie King, his wife. Court of Gilmer Count October. 1977. at of Gilmer County, Glenville, 10:O0 o'clock a.m., of that de, highest bidder, the estate: All situated on the Tanners Fork, a tributar of Steer Creek, in West Virginia, consisting of I land, described as follaws: 1. Harper King, King. as ioint tenants not as tenants in common, the more or less, and 5- two parcels of land therefrom are more par deed of Forest B. Let Lambert, his wife, dated July to Harper King Deed Book No, 213. at King has no interest land. 2. The surface containing 8.43 acres, more Harper King by deed of Chester Nicholas. dated recorded in Gilmer 405. 3. 14 acres-97 poles of conveyed to Lambert and 1952, recorded in page 29. 4. 12A acres of land. mineral reservations, having Harper King by deed of Lal dated May 4, 1971, No. 256, at page 312. --LI[ TERMS OF :tt -., 1. The undersigned reser refuse all bids. 2. The above real estate to all valid rights by instrument or e reservations or and real property taxes record. 3. The above real subject to the real estate. 4. Cash in hand on da 5. Conveyance will be deed. l.Lane Smith. Clerk Cilmer County. w the above named given bond security by me. . der my hana October. 1977. cle of(; LEGAL NOTICE OF The State of West will accept sealed bids 3, 1977 on File 22 Reqn. No. 19 for: To equip, to inspect No bid will be forms prescribed Purchasing Division. Administration. Room Charleston. West Virgt Irving LEGAl, NOTICE OF ! The State of West will accept sealed 1. 1977 on File 33 far Reqn. 128 for: Stars Capacity. No bid will he forms prescribed Purchasin Division. Administratinn. Room Charleston. Wast Vii I.ECA The State of West '.,,'ill accept Nev,,mbcr 3. C, flh,m, ou R,',le. No Pi('kap lro,'k or ,,qe N,, bi,l will b,' ,',a, {', 1"11| pr,..., rd.'d l'ur, h;,,ioe l )i,. bd,m ' ,{mi,ti.lr:,ti,,,,. R"5,'a , (',.,rh'h., %',": %,r,