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November 8, 1979

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ii 0 -~. (;ilmer Graphi(s. In~, N~,~spaper Single Cc~p~ Pri~:~ 20 (~enl~ Plu~ "la~ Published B~, Ar, d For Gilmer Count~ People Thursday, November 8, 1979 \ Jury trial cases in Gilmer State vs. Robert Kirkpatrick, represented by R. Terry But-Hubert Rose in the last County Circuit Court will begin represented by James C. West, cher. R and S Gas Co. vs. scheduled case. Matheny will on Tuesday, November 13, Jr. State vs. Kenneth Dale Pierce Coal and Constructionbe represented by Gerald H. when Circuit Judge William Tomey, Paul Nagy represen- Co. E.V. Morton, Jr. will repre- Brooks and Rose will have Kidd convenes court at 9 a.m. ting the defendant. State vs. sent the plaintiff and Charles J.W. Perrilt as his represen- According to the office of Lane Roseanna Lee Tomey, G. Johnson is the defendantstative. Smith, Circuit Clerk of Gilmer represented by R. Terry But-representative. William Circuit Court will adjourn County, the docket has been cher. State vs. Douglas Wayne Phillips Evans, represented by until March 1980, when it will set and the cases will be heard Bowe, James C. Recht, David L Solomon and Gilbert reconvene in regular session. througout the week until court representative. State vs. Gray Counts, vs. Daniel E. Circuit Court is held three business is completed. On Douglas Moore McGuigan, Greynolds, represented by times a year, in March, July Monday, November 19, civil represented by Philip A. Reale. Frank Litton. Joe Matheny vs. and November. cases requiring a jury will be State vs. Opal Townsend, conducted beginning a 9 a.m.David Hanlon representing the and continuing through the defendant. State vs. Carl J. uper or week until the cases are. Martin II, in an appeal from disposed. Magistrate Court. Also, in ap- The following is a list of the peals from Magistrate Court, tcases pending before Judge the State ys" Franklin A" Min- -, Kidd in order of appearance,ney and Thomas L. Saul, in with each party's law represen- separate cases. tative named: State of West Civil cases will be heard According the Governor's $200,000, loans of $40,000 and Virginia, plaintiff vs. David Cot- beginning at 9 a.m. on Office of Economic and Com- $75,500 were extended from it trill, defendant. The State will November 19. A list follows: munity Development, the ex- IDA and KUB, respectively. be represented by Prosecuting Frank B. Phillips vs. Louis J. pansion of the 4.D Manufactur- These enable Nelson to pur- -" -- Attorney J.W. Perrill and Cot- Manley, with Danny O. Cline ing Company is assured with a chase 4-D Manufacturers, who regrets his migratory flight trill"s representative will be R. representing Phillips and $200,000 loan from the West have been in operation at Hays s was caught on this branch at Terry Butcher. State of WestDiane Everett representing Virginia Economic Develop- City for several years. rescuedbyaconcemedbirdwat- Virginia vs. Bobby Joe Town-Manley. Alba G. Barrett, ment Authority (WVEDA) to Over the next three years, Frank) send, represented by David represented by George M. Superior Plastics, Inc., owned the $315,500 project should Hanlon. State vs. Lloyd Ken-Cooper, vs. Paul Gillespie and by Ed Nelson, Monroevitle, enable Superior Plastics to br- .................... drick Stewart, with the defen, others, represented by Robert Pennsylvania. The expansion ing their current employment Baptist church will be held dant represented by David G. Steele and Frank Simmer- and renaming of the company of 23 up to 40. During this will begin at 7:30 p,m. each Hanlon. State vs. Rex Larry man, Jr. Nationwide Insurance will ultimately create several period of time, 17 new jobs Waltbrown, represented Division, vs. Carl new jobs in the Gilmer County- would be created. The acquisi- Love of Marysvilie, Ohio as : .... music will be heard each night David Hanlon. Roberts. The plaintiff will be based operation, - tion involves 43,000 square State vs. Mark Nicholas, E.V. represented by John R. Hailer, The confirmation of the loan feet of existing manufacturing Morton, Jr., representative, with the defendant being ends several months of and warehouse. negotiations by Nelson to,our- .................. chase 4-D. Earlier, he had ap- Superior Plastics, head- Recreation Council meets quartered in Monroeville, fruit orders will be taken until Fri- preached the Gilmer County manufactures plastic pipes Commission and the Gilmer and fittings, as 4-D has done in Contact Mildred Furr in the Exten- The Gilmer County Recrea- report their findingsat the next County Industrial Develop- the past years. tion Council met in early Oc- meeting, ment Association (IDA) to help S Club meeting ...... tuber with several individuals Vienna Skinner gave a in the backing of the project, Ed Nelson, prirnary owner of in attendance. Among the ma-treasurer's report, showing however, Charleston.based the company, has a B.S. jor business, discussions were that there is $8222.20 in the Kanawha Valley Banking and degree from the U.S. Navy of the GienvilleWoman's Club will held on various topics such as Gilmer County Recreation Trust chose not to be involved Academy in 1961 and a MBA 12 at 7"30 p.m. in the Wesley [ Europe by D'r. and Mrs. Espy Miller the new swimming pool, new Council account, in the purchase, from Syracuse University in construction and recommen- The Council moved to ex- Pursuing another avenue, 1972. He has previously work- Mrs. Hershel Produe, State Presi- dations for improvements at tend its thanks to Harlan Nelson applied for loans with ed in various engineering s Clubs, will be present. The public the Recreation Center. A Hogue for the signs for the WVEDA, IDA and Kanawha capacities with Pittsburgh and treasurer's report was given Recreation Center and Pool. Union Bank. BesidesWVEDA s New York Production plants. and several committees were ................... formed to give reports at the :: next meeting. by Country Life Natural A report of receipts and ex- day, November 11, from 3-5 p.m. penditures from the pool was given by Kent Kennedy, pool asbord-Bazaar ....... manager. He stated that there was a good response to the swimming lessons, with herd--Bazaar and Luncheon of receipt of $648 and expen- Club and Lions Club will be ditures of $385. Throughout }b, r 10, starting at 10 a.m. in the the summer, there were many center on West Main Street, Har- favorable remarks about the facility, yet Kennedy noted that not many people from out- side the county used the facili- Alice bridge to the cemetery will ty. 10, with weather permit- A report of the Construction Party should plan to come. Committee listed the follow- Ernpioyees ........... ingpletedrecmmendatins:the tennis court,Cm" basketball court and fence Association of Retired School along Sycamore Road; build a on Wednesday, November 14, at workshop, tractor shed and United Methodist Church. The tool shed; build a boy's cabin; lm" :i Public. build a nature trail; enlarge the parking area; increase the sing ......... .... livestock arena; widen and im- (Photos Alan Kuhlman prove the main 'oad; land- - ing will be held at the Recreation scape the grounds; increase 10, beginning at 7:30 the number of air conditioning will be the Living Stones, The units and incorporate a three- Masters. Refreshments will be phase power change. Committees appointed in- ..... clude the following: ..... party ............... Auditing--Nelson Garrett, Jack Stalnaker and Beryl . 50 years of the Glenville Langford; Nominating--Dick the Ballroom of the Pioneer 10, from 1-4 p.m. Patron White, Ellenora Horner and newspaper should try to at- Bob Waggoner; Road Im- provement--Berly Langford, ' chairman, Dick White and EIlenora Horner; Livestock Arena--Harlan Hogue and iil be held at the New Mt. Olive Loren McCartney, co- 8, beginning nightly at 7. Specialchairman, Bob Waggoner, Tom from Logan, Ohio, will be pre- Vance and Duke Talbott; Nature TraiI--Harlan Hogue, Tom Vance and Dick White; to meet ............ Tool Shed--Nelson Garrett, Jack Stalnaker, Beryl Langford Women's Club will hold a and Bob Waggoner; and ,, at 7 p.m. in Glenville Speaker System--Tom Vance, ..... chairman, Dick White, Jack Stalnaker, and Beryl Langfor . These, committees, to