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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder December 9, 1976 Section A City Council grants free parking, adopts new dog ordinance The Glenvil_le City Council voted noted that the idea had "brought the Monday, Dec. 6 to offer free parking on city a lot of good will last year." said that the old ordinance written in 1911 didn't have" any teeth in it." The residents of that area paying for the pole while the city would pay for the Letters to Santa all city meters during the week before The council also moved to set up a old law provided for a $1 to $10 fine light. Dear Santa Claus, Christmas. The council tried this for special account at Kanawha Union and no jail term if it wasn't paid. There INSTRUCTED City Recorder Edna I love you. I hope you love me. Get my broth W the first time last year. In making the Bank for people to submit donations to was also no limit on the length of a White to transfer $1,500 in interest jerod something too. We want a smash-up derby,  motion. Councilman John Jamison help defer the costs of providing dog's leash. electricity for the Christmas lights The new ordinance states that a payments from the city s saving a backhoe, a six-piece hot wheels emergency so i'_'*'""" .................. " which the Lions Club has placed on dog must be kept on a leash nolonger account to a construction account car, hot wheels country, a bicycle, a motorcy " city street lights. The city set up the than eight feet long and provides for a after Jan. I in order to pay for a water cl0 1 same kind of account last year, fine of from $10 to $100 and/or not pump which recently broke. The pump carrier. You may  because the light bill is not a budgeted more than 30 days in the city jail. served water users on Camden Flats qualify for a item, The city received approximately HEARD a request from Guy The replacement cost approximately . $150. Last year's bill was $223. Checks Simmons to have a street light placed $1,100. tax-deferred : should be made out to City Christmas near the corner of Fifth St. and PoweU retirement plan. i  Lighting Fund and deposited at the St. The council told Simmons to check bank. into the possibility of some of the National Geographic Dear Santa Claus, : : In other business the council: We are the kindergarten class at Tanner e .: If you're among the 40 i ; ADOPTED a revised city dog :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: News our student teacher, Miss Blake, is writing this covered by any tax-favored Once the Prudhoe Bay oil field hits Each of us have selected the one thing we w " full production, royalties and taxes are Christmas. :: Socialrehrementplantherthan : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::.:.:.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.::` _. t'_._  expected to earn Alaska a billion Kim Nicholas- Rub a dub dolly. Security...you may: V.na/sTT, o dollars a year-more than the state's Bobby joe Wade-Six million dollar man, : qualify for a Metropolitan. :, Aubra of N rman- present annual budget, National : Indtvidual Retirement : town died Friday, Nov. 26 in Calhoun Geographic saysL.... Ernie Richards - Tools. Annuity (IRA). .- General hospital following a brief Chuckle Davis - Punching bag. illness. He was born at Normantown, a In the Himalayhan kingdom of james Bennett - Bullitt man. : . . : son of the late John and May Beau Bhutan, astrologers review each year With a Metropohtan Life .. James. in advance. National Geographic says. Billy Taylor - Robin doll. ',8 i : IRA, you can defer taxes : He was a member of Steer Run When they come to a particularly Charlie Richards - Six million dollar man. st, : each yearon as much as : Baptist Church. He was a retired unlucky coincidence of signs for a jerry Robinson - Six million dollar man. is'ql : 15% of your earned income,.* farmer, combination of day and date, the Roger Byrd - Six million dollar man. ! up to $1,500, and put this i Survivors include his wife Rhoda; simply leave it out. Thus a year may Allen Wade - Six million dollar man. d [ : income to work to set up : four sons, Michael and Everett of have two Augusts and no September. your own retirement planl ! Normantown and Bill and Joe at home; Most alpine%la'nts develop in Dexter Gillespie - Six million dollar man. i I , . four daughters, Mrs. Sue Holliday 'of cautious stages-some taking 15 years Leslie Allison -'Bionic Woman. i I Call me... and let'splan  Largo, Fla, Mrs. Betty Burrows of or more to mature and bloom. A We Will leave you, Santa, some cookies and ___JU : your more financially : Parkersburg, rs. Fern Helmick of fist-size clump of phlox may be more for your reindeer. We hope you and Mrs. ClaUS  independent future. : Normantown andMrs Euda Daniels of than a century old, reports the il Clifton Forge, Va: one brother, Carry National Geographic Society s new Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. ; HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. ; James of Normantown; three sisters, book, "Our Continent." : 813 Grand Central Avemm : Leaffy, Olive and Charlotte all of .... Tann!i* Vienna, W.Va. 26105 .* Normantown and 16 grandchildren Drawings and plans of 17th- Office: (304) 296-4561  century vessels are rare. In northern P.S. Dont't forget Mrs. Turner, our teaC Residence (304)2S- . and one great grandchild. Funeral services were held European countries before 1700, and Bennett, our aide. " OMetropolitan i S00nday, NOV. 28 at Spurgeons more often thereafter, many ships Mortuary, with the Rev. Fell Kennedy were built by plans in the head of the  e lCrClhCfU(U" - isnow : officiating. 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'375 & UP Velvety soft Ioveseats that only look expensive ,., gracefully curved deep tufted tuxedo backs, com- fortable foam cushions. Dr. G. E. Richards, Gilmer Cmmty native and former Vo-Ag teacher at Troy, has received the 1976 Crops and Soils Magazine award for agricultural journalism. He was honored at the recent annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy in Houston, Texas. The American Society of Agronomy is publisher of the magazine and sponsor of the award. He was cited for an article advocating more effective use of phosphatic fertilizer which appeared in the magazine last year. He is also editor and author of two chapters in a book on this subject which is soon to be released by his employer. At the same meeting, he was advanced from vice-chairman to chairman of Fertilizer Technology and' Usage and placed on the committee for the Training of Soil Scientists. Dr. Richards is a graduate of Potomac State College, West Virginia University and the Ohio State University. While in school, he was elected to membership in agricultural, chemical and scientific research honor societies. His biography is listed in American Men & Women of Science, Who's Who in the Midwest, and is scheduled for inclusion in the 1977 Dictionary of International Biography. 115 00 IP Your dealt 30" card --'75 table with four chairs I it's a wonderful surprise to receive a most wanted home gilt! ;11 it's no secret that the best piace to buy them is J.S. X ,,,,,, Dressy To keep you looking your merriest. Also Formal Gowns - no two alike Specialty Shop Weston Starting Dec. 3, open every till 8:00 until Christmas Dr. G.IL Dr. is Agronomist Louis, Me. He is the Graydon He Richards is married to Ps daughter of Mrs. late Raleigh Rote the parents of two Something to _/ Want-Ads. Proven miseeUaneous tte now!