Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 22
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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

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-- June 9, 1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail _ Aid Change Sought State Senate President William T. Brotherton told West V i r g i n i a ' s newly-elected school board members Saturday the state aid formula whereby money is allocated to counties for education should be changed or modified. "We (legislators) don't understand the formula," he said during a day-long seminar for new board members, "and I'm sure you don't. We do have a problem with this formula. The formula does have to be changed or modified somewhat. "! know Dr. Taylor (State Superintendent of Schools Daniel B. Taylor) doesn't agree. It is at such a stage that it is pyramiding. More and more money is being spent on education. We're going to have to take another in-depth look at the formula and money going into public education." Brotherton also said he doesn't foresee collective bargaining legislation for teachers in the immediate future. "At the present time, the legislature isn't prone to passing any legislation that would authorize collective bargaining. That isn't to say that the legislature that comes in January won't." H o w e v e r , he c a u t i o n e d board members against creating dissatisfaction on the part of teachers. "Do not close the doors to the board of education in your counties. Be sure the teachers can get to the board. You have to be willing to meet." Forty-eight of the state's 69 recently-elected board members were in Charleston for the Saturday session, sponsored by the West Virginia School Boards Assn. The program, held in the House of Delegates Chamber of the 'State Capitol, was designed to acquaint members with their new office. DuPont^Red Label Dacron Polyester Fiber Filled Reg. Sizes 20x26" Queen 20x30" King 20x36" t o r O . 2* for 7 . 2* forO. Plump DuPont polyester fiber-filled Dacron bed pillows designed for comfort and engineered for health. White, fluffy, allergy-free Dacron makes your sleeping fresh as all out-doors. Dust mildew proof, bouyant, moth proof, resilient and fashion tailored. Florals or striped prints. White with pink or blue. Crushed White Goose Feathers 6" Plump crushed white goose feathers filled.. Zippered cover, 100% cotton covering c o m p l e t e l y washable 2 0 x 2 6 size. White/pink or white blue prints. Fourth Floor Charleston--Gateway St. Albanssr--Nitro Clendenin Cannon^ 22x44 24x46" Bath Towels 1.59 Each or JL ForO. Very slipht irrt'uulars of 1.98 i 2.99 Val. 22x44" 24x46" bath towels in pastel and deeptones, solid colors, geometric and floral patterns. Fringed and hemmed edges. Cotton terry velours. Because of Cannon's high standard of perfection they are marked irregular but they will give you plenty of good service. In blue, green, gold, pink, yellow, black brown. Fourth Floor All-Cotton Terry Kitchen Towels 2 For 1.00 Cotton terry kitchen towels in lovely kitchen prints. 16x28" size. Blue, red or yellow. Slight irregulars but will give you years of good service. Fourth Floor Quilted Pillow Covers 1.29 Value 1.00 Cabell Man Charged in Woman's Abduction Israeli Menachvm Dror, a major in the Israeli army, is graduating from the University of Akron (Ohio) with a perfect 4.0 grade average, even though he took lime out from his studies to fight in th Yarn tiippur War last fall. (AP Wire-photo) Plays Scheduled FAIRMONT - These plays will be performed by Fairmont Summer Theater this season: Forty Carats, 8 p.m. June 20. 21, 22. Golliwhoppers, 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. June 27, 28, 29. My Fair Lady, 8 p.m. July 5, 6, 7, 8. HUNTINGTON - A 20-year-old Huntington man was arrested at a city park here Saturday, and charged with the abduction of a 25-year-old Milton woman, state police said. David Dorton of the Three- Mile Creek area of Huntington is accused of forcing his way into the car of Joan France at a service station oh U. S. 60 in Huntington. Dorton, who was armed with a blank starting pistol, demanded that the woman drive to Rotary Park, located about three miles from the gas station, troopers said. An attendant at the filling station tipped police to the alleged abduction, and troopers spotted Dorton and his captive at the park about 45 minutes l a t e r . Troopers said the France woman was unharmed and Dorton was arrested without incident. St. Albans Student To Live in Sweden William Hawkins HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkins Jr. of St. Albans, has been selected by the Experiment in International Living to live abroad with a family in Sweden this summer. He is among more than 2,000 high school and college students who will travel as members of the experiment, one of the nation's oldest cross-cultural exchange programs. Remember Dad on June 16th with a famous CATNAPPER RECLINER $ ] 2995 the pur «r *fect reciiner to $299 95 Great selection with many other styles to choose from in vinyl, nylon or velvet. 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