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December 19, 1975

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buses transportation the transportation West Virginia is of a major Arch A. Moore, two steps in the State's Transporta- Incentive Program of the second sponsored of Welfare. the acquisition and buses to be planning and throughout recognized by the to four of the from the regions. were the first to for place- of the influx of the Accepting the chairman, Transit Authori- and John Anthony, and Richard Fairmont Planning Council. Wheeling [ the initial buses and the key to the the TRIP Program is transportation is Moore signed ith the Amtrack . ovider service with the luch, the railroad will accept TRIP for train tickets. to travel as long as the | West Virginia. t &mtrak was/~red A. for the TRIP program the nation's people )ortation industry an integrated iiiiiiiiiiiii i ii!!i ii!ii ".-.:.-.:.: $!$i:i: iiiiiiiii! :.:.:::-:.: $i:;:!:i: i:i$i:!:i Friday - Dec. 19 at 6 p. m. the Gilmer County lllstoclcal Society will hold a Dutch-treat dinner meeting in the Com'ad Restaurant dining room. All members and interested persmm are urged to attend because the electlm of officers will be held. Saturday - Dec. 20 from 1-4 p. m. Santa Claus will he at Ben Franklin Store. Saturday - Dec. 20 from 9 p. m. to midnight, the GQIS stud~t council will spmxsur a se-mi-f~cmal dance. Sunday - Dec. 21 at 7:30 p. m. the Kanawha Dr. Church will sponsor a Christmas program. Everyone welcome. Wednesday - Dec. 24 at 3 p. m. the Fire Dept. and Lien's Club will held the annual Cln-lstmas Parade down Main Street. Santa will arrive on a fire truck. Everyoae welcome. Wednesday-Dec. 31. The Ghmvtl~ laycees will spomm a New Years Eve Dance, from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Fur further tnbmnatim= contact amy Jaycee member. system that will give people a choice of transportation facilites. Moore charted the progress of the TRIP Program and predicted that "it will take its place in history as one of the most provacative and progressive measures ever devised by government to meet such a basic need of its citizens." As testimony, he indicated that, since the program was announced in lune of 1974, it has benefited 8000 aged and handicapped West Virginians. Subsidizing the cost of transportation for aged and handicapped citizens is a major objective of the TRIP Program. He also stressed that there are presently 136 authorized transporta- tion providers, which is virtually 100 percent of the carriers certified by the Public Service Commission, in the State presently accepting TRIP tickets for payment of transportation fares. Highlighting improvements made in the program, Moore cited the reduction in the cost of the tickets to participants and the expansion of the use of the tikets as two significant breakthroughs and said that an estimated 32.8 million dollars would be injected into the State's economy during the course of the project. Mr. and Mrs. Dana White, daughter Andrei and Mrs. Dena Allen of Steer Creek attended the funeral services of Mrs. Carrie McElwee of Murphytown last Tuesday. Mr. McElwee is reported improv- ing from injuries from the accident in which his wife was killed. THE IDEAL GIFT-A md=~=ription to the Hometown Nev~paper-The Glen- ville Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park ; Windsor Norris Freedom Dotd)le-Wide Homes We sell antiques, new used merchandise. Consignments accepted 5:30 p.m. on Monday. and at SALES START 6:30 PJII. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Auctieneer HI BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKN AP MOBILE HOMES. INC. l ene 364-5606 Rt. 4 lust off !-79 Take (,assaway-Suttmt Exits Toward Gassawey Gassaway WV 'Opposite Braxtoa Cmmty Armory The Glenville l)emocrat/PathJ~der 11 ,~ READS YOUR STARS Here's the Answer Comedian 26 M~mic 27 Opera by Verdi 28 Greek god of love 44 29 Withered 31 Body of water46 41 Lone song 42 Formerly '!3 Openwork fabric Russian communities Year between 12 and 20 47 Girl's name 48 Devotees 50 Names 'ab.) 52 in~ect egg a"W- America's first genuine sports hero was probably nationally beloved horse named Dan Patch, a crooked-legged bay born in 1896 and the first race horse to earn a million dollars for his owner. If you were born this week: You are patient, depen- dable and practical The old expression that still waters run deep fits you. You have plenty of feefings end emotions, but just don't broadcast them. You are am. bilious and take fife quite seriously. You may need to relax more often. ARIES (3121-4119): Keep your Libra. Patience may be needed best profile to the camera this here, so have a good supply week and let balance be your handy. You may find that some guide word Pour oil on troubl- of your values are changing. ed waters and quietly point out Handle this in a Libran manner: the bright spots. A joyful close sift and weigh before accepting is assured, or discardinq. TAURUS (4120-5120): The in- SCORPIO (10124-11122): fluence of other people is There is a goal orientation to strong in this week's forecast, this week, Scorp. You may be Taurus. In activities with taking a close look at what you others, it may be they who take want and how you're setting the initiative, tt is up to you, about attaining it. Let your though, how you spend your higher self in on these sessions time Choose wisely and you'll be on the right path, GEMINI (5121-($120): Romance Good luck! and work behind the scenes SAGITTARIUS (11/23-1~PJ21): highlight your week. Use that Settling vibes are yours to take marvelous Gem intellect to put advantage of, Sag. Let these all the bits and pieces together, g u i d e y o u i n t e r m s 0 f The fine points are important perseverence and follow- and will give your finished pro- through. The grass is green in ject a polished look. your own back yard. If it's not MOONCHILD (S/21-7/22): A as green as you'd like, work on methodical type may frown at it instead of rushing off to new your use of intuition. Frown fields, right back, Moonbeam; it CAPRICORN (12/22-1119): works for you. Love lights up The sun has entered your sign, midweek. Then, brush up on Cap. The sun's return to any your salesmanship. You may sign has a revitalizing effect for need to sell your idea to the coming year on those per- someone before it can become sons born in that sign, Feel the reality, warmth of the sun's LEO (7123-11/22): A problem at benevolence and welcome its home receives aid this week, renewal of the life-force and its Leo. The development of a vitality, more objectiveoutlookonyour AQUARIUS (1/20-2/19): A part will help, too. Later, Cupid small clou~t clears away to strikes up the band for a rous- several iov~ days for anything ing finale, your heart desires. Midweek VlRGO (11123-11/22): This is may bring difficulty with a clean-up and consolidation woman -- avoid an argument week, Virgo. A thorough no one would wln. Latter days reorganization and re- bring friends and fun. examination on both physical PISCES (2120-$120): Week and mental levels can do starts with indecision, You may wonders for you. It's just like a just have to take the bull by the Virgo to write a New Year's horns. Don't be a fence-sitter. resolutions list and the task will Later, lady love knocks. Week be easier if you follow this. hopefully closes with attention LIBRA (gl23-10123): Home to obligations and duties. and family draw your attention, (Suburban Features) / @ 9.95 West Second Weston, WV Street SPICE UP HER HOLIDAY WITH A COLORFUL, WARM ROBE... save at H-P's regular LOW prices! E On those cold winter nights ahead cuddle up in a velvety soft robe. Choose from nylons, acetates, quilted nylons & fleece. Prints, solid colors 12.95 & two-tones. ceremony held and seven the National Dec. 15 and were afterwards in the Butler, faculty the faculty following: Burke, daughter of Burke of Glenville; of Dr. and of Glenville; Vicki of Mrs. Sylvia and Mr. Dallas son of Mr. of Cox's Mills; of Mr. and of Glenville; and son of Mrs. Lettie daughter of Harlan Alltop of daughter of of Sand Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Debra Hamric, Mrs. Ray Hamrick I~ickman, son of Mr. of KAnawha Mrs. Jesse Martin. son of T. Martin of son of Mr. and of Lockney; Kathy of Mr. and Mrs. of Glenville; Ann ff Mr. and Mrs. Bill Susan Williams. and Mrs. Russell Drive. of this nationally society is based character, leader- NOW ACCEPTING "F RESERVATIOIIS 462.7221 SHORT ROBES LONG ROBES 8.95 to 11.95 6.95 to 12.95 GOWN & PEIGNOIR SETS Ho.. Delight her on Christmas 1o-9 Daily day with a lovely short 12-6 S,mday gown & peignoir set of CAR THAT S BEST 5.95 & 6.95 " YOU 5.95 YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENQEi USE THE LOAN PLAN THAT'S BEST FOR EVERYBODY @ THE FINANCE IT WITH BANK CREDIT Gifts for Her Leisure (LEFT) Black strap sandals with colored imitation stones. (RIGHT) Romantic black crushed velvet sli0-on with silver on heel. Also in gold & silver combination. GIJEN VII.I.E.W. VA. Mcml~;r FDIC