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November 20, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 WV ~| 543 Tray PTA (alk~ k~ Send in your subscription VA prqlrlm rw" eqwpmonr" . re, ewal p,omptly. "'~ Recently some 12 members of theSome 88.000 widows, wives of The Troy PEA is collecting any Illlllll ~1~1~ 230th MP Platoon from the Grantsville totally and permanently disabled size Campbell's soup or bean labels,a vv,,..-- uv, I , .: I/ . * assist the Gilmer Cc..~y Volunteerenrolled in college studies and other audio-visual equipment for the school. II JACK GARRETT I Fire Department in making repairs to training annually with Veterans A collection box is located at the ~ ~-7~ I ~" the firehouse on Route 5. Under the Administration financial help. the school, and labels may be sent in by 1 -.-- ...,, I ~i,~' ,;%~ command of Sergeant Kenneth Fisheragency said today, any school child until January 5. 1976, Llnn, w,va. of Glenville. the men painted the trim Of the 88,000 total, about 38,000 the deadline. .,*i ~ of the building and repaired a break in were from the post-Korean period and V---'-~ a drain line. However. time ran out Vietnam era. ~-..,-.~. .......... | and the men had to return to base The number currently enrolled in before all of the work planned had W. Va. is 543. All except 82 are in been completed. Assistant Fire Chief college..... ~4~ .~ " 14~I~.::~ ri : ~:~ !~: .... Greg Nicholson takes this means to Last year. 59 children and 5 'iii~.~ J thank the men of the Reserve women received special restorative , :~?~:ii i~::: ~:: publically for their time and efforts, training for physical or mental ~;~ ~ ..... Through their help, repairs were made handicaps. This involves speech and !~~~~ R~V[ ! that the volunteer firemen have been voice correction, lipreading, and ~: .,*:~S~:!,,~.,~ ...... i unable to f'md time to do, braille reading and writing, Special l~~ ~;:: == ' AWAY, vocational training also may be . :/~ Tt~~?Sp'4FredHelmlck ani~~C~rald l'Wk U." k'k ~ provided i / .... speesw st del .. ~..~. dM~/: I~1~ A special two-hour broadcasl of ~ We re inter i ~ I/U~,~_~- ~dramatic"The Waltons" Will bringfocus the extraordinaryint J' with cash t purchase a new r used I I dimensions of this remarkable family J Encouraging News About / I car. In fact, you can borrow the ! i when it is presented on the CBS ~ / ! money and drive the car the same I I~ television network staUon, Channel 5,By W. Donham Crawford J J day. Take advantage of our low i I Thanksgiving night. Nov. 27. at 8 to 10 President, Edison Electric p.m. In~titule. Chairman of the Jl interest r ~tes on auto loans, i [' This holiday telecast of the Federal Energy Administrw regularly scheduled series is being tion'~ Electric Utilities Ad. uisory Committee sponsored by 'Kanawha Union Bank" through their m.bership in the I /i a,]awha 10n Bank i American Bankers Association. ....... ~ , ,', Considered by many to be a .=ilk o o earn a minimum 40 per cent share of the viewing population with the "." ............... " ..... " ......... " ........... "'''"'':" P?:aTp~o~SP~/p~g~deet~i]"Ct~eUl~c~ Emmy-Award winning script. : : The story finds the Waltons' : ~ : regular Thanksgiving celebration Q. ~e ..c~.. power ~=. ! If yOU won t be getting a sadly altered with the absence of environmentally acceptable? \ READ gU~ I II IIII I Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 or KENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Grantsville. WV [ i i SET FOR VIRGINIA te~t w~ll be Hotel in Certified HOUSEHOLD SALE factory between Suthm & Gammway, beside railroad tracl~ ~~.. s~dSSt. Nov. 22 - 10 a. m. OLD:, Queen size bedrm, suite; 2 other bedrm, re=item; refrigerator; dining suite: TV; chair=; rkiing laws plus several fire arm. : Splints wimel; nat chine cabinet; a violin., tea ~ much other furniture; glassware; Mr. Lady & other Many other items. ~by AUCTm~ bbert I. ktchor Looking for a Small Car or Truck see ] Garrett Today at ER's Motor Sales 69' Bronco Station Waipm, 6 cyL 4 wheel drive 69' Ford Pickup, 6 cyL, radio Many others to c_homm frma auto, radio :~speed, radio Overhead Does Make a ][PJ erence Saturday, November 29th Sauer residence, fold Bert Wilsou Farm] Steer Creek, 2 miles above Aunt Minnles Farm. Sale Bill couch, I hi backed winS chair, I deacons bench, 1 table and chairs, 1 desk, 1 chest of drawers, Unn, Vs. 1 refrigerator, 4 lamps, clothing, spreads, dishes of all kinds, household and items too numerous to mention. Terms - Cash Auctioneer - Clark Minnqy Not Responsible for Accidents ]ohn-Boy who is in the hospital. While preparing for scholarship and entrance examinations to the University of Virginia, John-Boy has also been working with his father in the mill. As a result of an accident there, he develops a blood clot which threatens his eyesight and even more fatal complications and forces him to miss the examinations as well as the traditional family Thanksgiving cele- bration. But being the Waltons, they find many things to be thankful for at their annual holiday dinner. Eventually, John-Boy recovers and returns home - which infinitely enhances the holiday's meaning and inspires the Walton Family to give thanks by holding a second Thanks- giving dinner. This Thanksgiving special is one ot~ several telecasts that will ~ sponsored by the ABA in cooperation with the Kanawha Union Bank in the Gilmer County area. In February the fifth in a series of telecasts on the life of Abraham Lincoln will be seen on NBC, Channel 12, and Feb. 3-15 the ABA will slxmsor the Winter Olympics games being held in Innsbruck, Austria. Applications available for and Craft Fa/r A. Yes, an important advan- tage of nuclear reactors is that they generate no air pollution. Nuclear plants disturb less land then their fossil fuel counterparts, ba- sically because the energy content of uranium i~ many times greater than that of fo~il fuela. Present reactors operate at somewhat lower thermal efficiency than the most modern fossil fuel plants of the same size. The advanced reactors now under develop- ment will have efficiencies comparable to the mo~t up- to-date radii fuel plants, but heat d~arge~ will still re- suit. Depending on local cir- cumstances there are many way= to handle this heat-- such aJ the use of cooling towers ,~.,~4mo~ng ponds. Considerable research is be- ing conducted to find ways of applying the warm water from power plants to agri- culture and other purposes. Finally, the miniscule amounts of low-level ra- diation given off by nuclear reactors are not = problem, because they are much I~ than the levels of natural ra- diation we are expand to just living on earth, and emimion level= continue to be do=ely controlled and monitored. Application forms are available now for exhibitors wishing to participate in the 1976 Mountain State Art and Craft Fair at Cedar Lakes near Ripley. This fair runs from |uly 1-5 next year. '"This prominent craft fair, in its 14th year. is the largest of its kind in the state with over 100 native West Virginia artists and craftsmen participating," said Board of Trustees President O. L. "Tubby" Fitz-Randolph of Poin~. Pleasant. The deadline for submitting exhibitors' applications is on January 1, 1976. sponsor~ say. The applications may be obtained by writing: Fair Applications, Mountain State Art and Craft Fair. Cedar Lakes. Ripiey W. Va. 25271. CORRECTIONS Rotary Golden Anniversary Ball: Dr. Somerville advises that he inadvertently omitted the name of Mary Ivan Barker from the list of Rotary Anna helping with decorations for the ball. Rev. D. Edward Bayer reports that the $226 collected in the county recently was for the UNICEF United Nations Chfldrens Fund and not for the United Way Campaign as reported in the Nov~mtmr 13th issue of this paper. GARTON REALESTATEINC. BROKER Serving The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Phone 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON, WV 26452 COMMUNITY ACTION ASSOCIATION YOUTH COUNCIL will sponsor a Movie "MACHINE GUN KELL Y'" starring Charles Bronson Sat. November 22, 1975 Glenville CiW Hall 1:00 PM Cedarville Comm. Bldg. 7:00 PM Price 50 cents STORE HOURS Monday. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. ORDER EARLY TO MAKE" SURE TO GET YOUR ORDER FOR CHRISTMAS. LAYAWAY AVAILABLE ,.,, , ,, Phone 462-7939 .. 462-8483 [Sears[ A,lhori:i.d CATAi.()(; .HAI.ES MEI{('IIANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAl, e e e o pension read this : Many people are not covered by a pension program with their employer. If you're one of them, there is now a tax- deferred way for you to build toward your own retirement fund. o With a Metropolitan Individual Retirement Program you can defer taxes each year on up to 15% of your income or $1,500, @ whichever is less, by putting this income to work to help assure your future financial security. A pension is nice to look forward to. But if its not in the cards for you, give me a call and t'I1 ShOW you what Metropolitan can do to take its p;ace. HUNTER B. BEALL. JR. Vienna. W.Va. 26105 :" ........ Office: {304) 295-4561 Residence 13041 295-5353 * : o Where now " : Mettopohtan Life, New York. N V oooq~ooeoeoooeoooooe~ooeoeeeeoeoee~oeoe~ SATURDAY, NOVEMBE]t 22, 1975 Starting at IW.00 AM At the residence of FLODA BURTON CHANEY, located about S~ mile= North of Troy, W. Vs. en At. 18 at Conin@, All ~al property t~cludinr HOUSEHOLD Living Room Suite [Hlde away], Dinnette with 6 chairs. 2 Lt~inI room chabrs, Roll away bed, GE Refrigerator, Kenmore cookstove, GE l)oop freeze [almost new], desk, electric Singer sowing machine with cabinet, coffee table, toaster, aluminum cookwere, 8t~ steed eeokwm, preesure cooker, idtchen scales, Wm. ~ers Sflvorware [ut]. kltchm cutlery and utensils fall kinds], heating stoves, lots of books, 3 chuts of drawers, electric sweeper, library table, iron bed [Iood]. dreaxr, half bed, odd chair=, electric hot plate, porch swing, Maytag wrinaor washing machine, candy dishes, gas hot plate, lots of canning ira, ice cream freezer, tronin8 board, electric irons, merry grinder, GE T1/let, all types of nice ~, quilts, spreads, etc. [hand made], preslure cramr, ndrrors, ~d bath, throw russ. LAWN AND GARDEN TOOLS AND EQ MENT Rug carpet cut - 8 hp-rtdlng lawn mower [real nice], Arias [8ood}, lawn mower, Cross Country wheel barrow, hand spraym,, handsaws, cross cut saw, lots of hand tools as hoes, axe, hammers, wrenches, wheel barrow, meat saws, electric motor and puffy, ext~ ~, wizard hn~ plow. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS Old Trunk, crocks, stone jars, old wooden chost, jugs. blue cmmin$ jars, antique floor lamp, eewin8 box, treadle sewing machine, lots of homemade items ss table c~. towels, doilies, iron kettle, cut glass. Fostoria ~lass ware, old smoidug stand, recki~g chair. Many items not listed REASON FOR SALE: Poor health and have sold real estate. Nol Responsible for accidents TERMS: Cash Lunch served by Mr. Earnest Women's Society OWNER: FLODA BURTON CHANEY A~ONEER: Charles D.