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,rice with men q! truck backed throu h my windshield" typical of accment Vancouver. British Columbia (UPI) - Accidents will happen. But people can come up with some amazing excuses for them, an automobile safety official has discovered. Burnaby Safety Council director Jeff Woolley has collected dozens of lame excuses by motorists trying to explain away an accident. In a recent issue of the Insurance Carp. of British Columbia's publication People, Wool- ley listed these which drivers have offered: "To avoid an accident, I ran into the other car." "'The other car collided with mine without giving warning of its intention." "I knocked over a man. He admitted it was his fault as he had been run over before." "The other man altered his mind, so I had to run over him." Some statements read like wife jokes: "'A truck backed through the windshield and into my wife's face." Or: "I ran into a store window and u tained injuries to mv wife." THEN THERE was the man who attributed his accident to "misju(tg- ment of a lady crossing the street." According to one man, sex appeal also causes accidents: "She suddenly saw me, lost her head and we met.'" Other drivers seem to have troubles with the mechanical comple- xity of their automobiles. One said: "One wheel went into the ditch. My feet jumped from brake to accelerator pedal. I leaped across to the other side and jammed into the trunk of a tree." Another seemed surprised when he said, "I left my car unattended for a minute when, by accident or design, it ran away." Another stuck his neck out too far: "'l thought the side window was down. but it was up. as I found when I put my head through it." Or: "A bull was standing near. and a fly must have tickled him as he gored my car." And last. but not least, was the man who truthfully stated: "I collided with a stationary tree." GSC walkathon for interfaith chapel October 30, 1975 The (,Icnville rh~.mocrat/Pathflnder (C():i~inue(l [r()n) l);i('(' '' Members of the Gilmer County it.S. Band ;ire: Majorettes - Becky Kirkpatrick (head). Roberta Conrad, Kim Roten, Ann Perry. and Abby Arnold. Field Commander - Jeff Davis. 12th Grade members - Pare Jones. Dwanetta Spaur, Martha Villers, Terri Watts, llth Grade members - Cheryl Carr, Lisa Coffman, Joe Hickman. Melodie Jones, Curtiss Martin, Kathy McCartney, Dawn Miller, Elm O'Dell, ]ulie Perrill. lOth Grade members - Lynn Cottrill, Fran Davis. Janet Hamric, tteather Hickman, Pat Jarvis, Phil Mmigh. Debhie Robinson. Tom Squibb, and Shirley Stump. 9th Grade members - Danny Bayer. Lori Davis, Randy Frame, Liz Glover, Carol Kelley, Connie Lowther. Debbie Marks, Missy Maxwell, Melodie McHenry. Lois Miller, Frank Minney, Marketta O'Dell, Janie Ratliff, Debbie Reaser, Tammy Robinson, Terri Robinson. Lesa Sauer. Anna Sears, Wendell Tomblin. Patty White, and Darlene VanHorn. 8th Grade Flag Corps - Deanne Burke, Lisa McHenry, Jim Adkins. Terri Woodyard, Leah McNemar, Kim Robinson, Martha Hickman, and Julie Coffman. Members of the GSC Christian People ot the Glenwlle area are Fellowship will walk 20 miles asked to help by sponsoring someone to November 1 to raise money for an walk in the November Marathon. By ~ interfaith chapel at the West Virginia pledging a nickel, a dime, or a dollar a lo ~ NATtOW~LOEC~aA~'HtCSOC~ry Rehabilitation Center. mile-however much the individual ught with their men on battlefields of the Revolutionary The Center, located at Institute, wishes to contribute--he can help Water for drinking and for swabbing cannon barrels,serves more than 1.500 disabled and make this 20 mile walk worthwhile, the )the wounded, and sometimes even joined their menfolk on handicapped students of all faiths. Fellowship spokesman said. Previously, students were transported women's lib, the power of South lamented "An officer told ',he believed if he men in North enough to do Aikman in the Georgraphic: nglishmen had Woman-a exceptional had the themselves of women in makes clear not exception. of water for to swab hot Deborah Sampson made herself a suit of men's clothes and joined the Fourth Massachusetts Regiment under the name of Robert Shurfleff. Treated Own Wounds "She was wounded twice on raids along the Hudson." Mrs. Aiknmn writes. "'In a skirmish near Tarrytown. she suffered a sword cut to the head. and at Eastchester she took a bullet in her thigh that troubled her the rest of her life." Miss Sampson treated her own wounds, to avoid detection, but her masquerade ended when she con- tracted a fever later while serving as an orderly in Philadelphia. A doctor discovered her secret and "PvL ShurtlefF' was honorably discharged. When haft a dozen Tortes raided the Georgia cabin of Nancy Hart, she shot one of them dead, wounded a second, and took the rest prisoner. New England's Abigail Adams-among other to community churches by concerned volunteers, but often this entailed moving much equipment such as wheel chairs, walkers and so forth. In several cases, it was practically impossible to take students out at all, according to a Fellowship spokesman. Presently, Center students "are ministered to by various religious groups who hold worship services in the recreation hall. Bible studies are held in the library and student lounge. The Chapel will be a centralized area for meeting these and other needs. In a year's time more than 150 worship services will be held there, along with Bible studies, group discussions and religious drama groups. Approximately $150,000 is needed to build the chapel and the money must come from sources other than Federal and State funds, the Fellowship spokesman said. Churches, civic clubs, service often served services-gave the Rebels valuable "orga tio . , teran s 8r0ppa,,an l. and information on the movements of the national foun~tions are bemglasked King's forces in and around Boston. Her friend Mercy Warren was an ..... effective propagandist, using her facile learned how to pen to ridicule the Loyalists. watching her In Baltimore, Mary Kate Goddard drill, and ran patriotic accounts of the war's Howe's progress in her weekly newspaper and Americans at . took a stand relevant today: She York. When refused to divulge the source of her TRY ONE wounded, material to irate local citizens. place. her shoulder S, hoo| and Office Supplies? See Us First! Gilmer Graphics. ln(. 109 E. the use of her Main St. CMnville was awarded t Seldier's half pay allotment of "one out of the the her water husband's gun the BatHe Jersey. Molly Was given a Year "'for her WVU of take college Center at 1976. are 17 in at Harrison !Sth floor, from the Mike Caruso of Human will answer programs be 5, 1976. in- Shay at Jackson's W. Va. to assist the project. I .Speed Q. * Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL I IIII II IIIIIIII I I II CHRISTMAS SALE MAHONE AUCTION HOUSE ON RT 16 MAHONEl W. VA., ~ CO. FRL NrrE OCT, 31, 7:00 P. M. New Living Room Suites, Swivel Rockers, Columbus Stack on Range, Wooden Porch Lots of Toys, Radios, Stereos, Blankets, Games, l)oUs, Power Tools. Hand Tools, Vacum Gleaners, Decorator aocks, Power Cable, 8 Track CAr Stereo, ( -lstmas Lites, Assorted Decorations, Electric Blankets, Watches, & Jewelry, Sunbeam Hair Stylers, Dryers, Lamim, Small Appliances, Gift I ms For Everyone. 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Steady sweet treats [ bad for teeth The risk of tooth decay for any person depends primarily on how often one eats sugar, not on how much is eaten per day or year. The acidity of plaque, the invisible sticky bacterial film that forms on teeth, rises rapidly each time sugar is eaten and stays high for about 20 minutes according to the National Institute of Dental Research. Therefore, a person who custom- arily has only three meals a day, even if they are rich in sugar, is at less risk than another who consumes a smaller amount of sweets but nibbles them all day long. IgNS GO00 MONEY ]18 DAYS AYIMR. With your know-how you stand an excellent chance of getting a good part-time job in the Army Reserve. 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