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~ i a The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder December 11. 1975 ,n Essential community in the coming year were: Steve Alberts of develop travel and tourism an eleven county region of West Virginia. flOW available The Country Roads Travel Council held its annual meeting recently in parkersburg at which directors to the Board of Directors were elected by those members present from the eleven* counties served by the Council. The counties of Calhoun, Braxton, Clay, and (;timer were not represented at this meetin and individuals to serve on the Board of Directors of the travel council will have to be elected at a later date. Representation to the Board of Directors insures that a county will receive the full attention of the travel council and those promotional efforts in the area of travel and tourism. Parkersburg as President. Joe Lock- hart of Parkersburg as Vice-President. Helen Nichols of Cairo as Secretary. and Del Baker of Williamstown as Treasurer. Also, a distinguished West Virginian award was ~ presented to Mona Region of Cairo for her work in the promotion and development of travel and tourism. Walter Pifer of Pffer's Exxon Service in Mineral Wells i! [ "[ received an award for having the cleanest facilities in the eleven county ] | E HOURS region served by the travel council. STOR, ~e main speaker for the meeting Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. was colonel Ralph D. Albertazzie. g Commissioner of the West Virginia : Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Department of Commerce. Commis- t ..... siGner Albertazzie was made an honorary member of the travel council 'i CHRISTMAS HOUF by a resolution passed by the Board of ," ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS-FRIDAY UNTIL S Directors, !: -STILL PLENTY OF TIME TO ORDER FOR CHRISTMAS-- ' ~E Phone 462-7939-- 462-8483 ~ lmmmmmlm ..... 4 u thorized S Special * '$ [ [ CATALOG SALES MERCHANT Broughton Milk cars . ...... , 1 gal. jug-$1.59 These counties include Braxton, Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, and Wood. In the annual report distributed by Steve Nicely, Execut/ve Director. it was announced that of th 25 objectives outlined by the council for the past fiscal year 22 had been accomplished completely and the other three had been partially completed. The next meeting of the travel council, which is open to any interested individual, will be held on January 22 at the Agricultural building in Elizabeth, West Virginia. Suck Is Fame Napoleon Bonaparte, who ordered the construction of Paris' world-famous grand boulevards, is com- memorated by only one statue in the French capital. It stands atop a tall bronze column in the Place Ven- dome. ]. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration, announced today that his agency has already, this fiscal year. committed $3,000.000 in loan funds for the financing of essential community facilities projects in West Virginia. All rural communities, with populations up to 10,000 inhabitants, now have available increased federal support to update or develop needed essential community facihties, accord- ing to Lambert's announcement. FmHA makes credit available to the rural towns with populations up to 10,000 for a wide range of essential community facilities such as industrial parks, streets, ambulance services, community centers, town halls, hospitals, nursing homes and th elike. About any facility that is essential for community development is eligible for assistance, Lambert said. Lambert further noted that, in some instances, county or area-wide facilities, such as schools, can be eligible for the available assistance. ? facilities The relat authorized bY Act of 1972, ~ome waste disposal been so State. We are improve State's rural water and provided projects for more has benefitted rural people are in needed, more Most of the be made to towns, counties educational County Board nonprofit be rare. Lambert loans a rate of 5/o and repayment exceed 40 year~ ,i 3 LEG QUARTERS-3 WINGS 3 BREAST QUARTERS- 3 NE S & GllUETS SPLIT WITH BACKS & GIBLETS LB LB LB LB LB TENDER CUT CHUNK SUPERIOR (SLICED VAC PAC) 12 OZ PKG LB LB @ LB ...-.-.. . %-. ..... .-%......... .o-.,.-.-.- *~..~.~.~`~~.~..~.-~-~.~*~-~.~~.~.~,.~.~-~%~. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:i:i:i:i:i:!:! :: %%%.%.,o.. .................. ................ ..........................*..,.. **~ :.:.:.:-:.: ::::::::::: i',iiiiiii : crux i',iiiii ,o,,,,,-,-, ... __ ,%,o,,,,, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.::'::': ii :.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:-..-..,.:.:-.*.*......-..-...........-.....-...-........:.-.-...-.-.....-................:.:.:.:.:.:....:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:..:.................... 42 0Z CAN KRAFT ',, :, 70Z JAR @ ILB ! LB @ " , . : . , GENERAL MILLS I 0Z CHICKEN OF THE SEA DEBBIE 32 OZ 1 LB 2 FOR 2 FOR SCOTT GALLON 2 FOR 2 FOR 303 1 LB PKG 3 FOR 5 LB 16 OZ PKG 16 PKG 9