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October 24, 1975

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gas out/et store to ope, here xjw! l,E $ Station being torn down to make way for new food store and self-service gas station. Service stationis Heater. will soon open a service way for a station in Sand Fork. formerly owned and Mobil by Charley Johnson. The Heater Oil Co. according to a spokesman said his firm purchased the Oil Co. of service station from Johnson and will the property, lease it to Tomblin. who has been Go-Mart, a convenient food store station from chain with 15 locations in West Virginia, is leasing the property on the corner of Main and Lewis Streets from Heater. The new store will open in early January if bad weather does not impede construction, the Heater Oil Co. spokesman said. If bad weather delays construction, the store will be open in early spring. Free ckild care c/asses offered ia November High School Week, Lted in John F. proclamation lunch program the nation by g~enu featuring This menu on a bun, slaw. chilled Guide. The food groups are protein-rich foods including meats or meat alternates, fruits and vegetables, breads, butter, and milk. Deserts are optional, but are often served with the required food groups to please appetites and supplement the meal with required nutrients. Menus include a vitamin C food each day, vitamin A foods twice a week and iron-rich food daily. Butter is used in preparation of the meal and is not Like to pick up a little extra money babysitting over the coming Christmas holidays? Like to review some techniques that might be useful with your own children? During the month of November, an evening babysitting session "~ll be held in the Gilmer County Medical Center for 20 interested persons, w~ will receive certificates of completion and free publicity, if they choose. Dates for the classes will be as served on the trays, follows: of thp. Students may choose an alternate Nov. 4-Basic stages of develop- protein-rich food if they do not c refor ment . the one scheduled on the and feeding program has day of the school week. These are some Nov. 11~eral recreation for our ttion's of the alternates offered: pig in a children by the United Agriculture, and Food Service is officially by the Bicentennial Menus use related to the directed by is preparing and menu posted on the the cafeteria. is planning a intake and her Biology II students Lavaughn of foods and Quilt using the menue Mrs. Phyllis Barnes and teaching the lation to good their health for the school from each Daily Food milk, of the into blanket with meat sauce, hamburger. and fish sandwich. School lunch plays an important role today for many students as both parents work away from home in many .families. A well-balanced meal at noon can assure a student of at least one-third of his food needs and is often the first balanced meal since the previous evening meal. Proper nutrition helps a student or adult to function better. Nov. 13-Songs and books for children Nov. 17-Basic nutrition Nov. 1S--Emergency care; first aid Nov. 24-(~her emergency situa- tions Nov. 25-Discipline, etc. Each session will run from 7-8:30 p.m., and there will be no charge for the class. To do this, call either Barbara Williams at the W~j Extension Office (462-7061} or Roma Adkins at Glenville State College (462-7361, ext. 264). A SPECIAL TO THE PEOPLE OF CALHOUN AND GILMER COUNTIES WHO A TTENDED OUR OPEN HOUSEAND DEDICATION A T THE ;ILMER CAREER CENTER October 23. 1975 The Gienville Democrat/PaUM~w 7 continaed HARRISVILLE - The murder trial of Joseph Cushman. 34, accused in the shooting death of Robert Godfrey, Jr., 35. of Burnt House, was continued yesterday until the January term of the Ritchie Circuit Court. Circuit Judge P. Douglass Farr sustained a defense motion asking for the continuance to permit Cushman to undergo further psychiatric tests. The psychiatric reports already completed were. according to Judge Farr, inconclusive regarding Cush- man's criminal responsibility during the time period when the crime occurred, though they say that the defendant is now competent to stand trial. Judge Farr denied another pretrial motion by defense counsel David Hanlon to suppress evidence gathered in the Ohio Highway Patrol's search of the car Cushman was driving. Hanlon claimed the warrant was illegal under procedures established by the Ohio Revised Code, and that. therefore, the items seized should not be admitted into evidence in any court in West Virginia. Judge Farr sustained a defense motion in another case against Cushman, that of armed robbery, granting a continuance until the next term of the court. Prosecuting both cases for the state is Laverne Sweeney of Grafton, appointed special prosecutor after Cushman's original defense attorney, Michael Frasher, was appointed Ritchie County Prosecutor in August. Cushman was arrested April 2 on 1-77 near Macksburg, O., in a blood- splattered car which was owned by Godfrey's wife, Nancy. He was charged then by Ohio authorities with driving a vehicle without an operator's license and improper transportation of a firearm - a .41 magnum Smith and Wesson revolver which was found in the car. A day later, Godfrey's body was found on the bank of the South Fork of the Hughes River, only a few feet from Rt. 47 near Beatrice. TRY ONE ! II Speed Q. Gi s-.n Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Er FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phorm4 -736 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Rt. 33-110 - 4 miles west of Westo A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed ud Ughted for your shopping convenience Open Weekdays 8:00 - 7:30 Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. 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