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The Glenvitla Imecrat/Pathfinder March . r Jt976 If. CALENDAR OF E;VENTS "llmreday - March 4 at 1:15 p.m. TYhere wi 11 be a work session of members of the (;;timer County listoriel Society. All members are urged to come to the Anrtex room to sort and index materials. Yearly dues will elscj be du, a at this time. Saturday - March 6 at 7:30 p.n). Stouts fapel Church ea Hyers Run will sponsor a sing featurin g the Hrmonelrs from Webster Springs. Public invited. Saturday - March 6 from 9.12 a.m. GCHS dance featuring Parkarsburg WXIL Disc Joc}:ey "l)ngger". Saturday - March 6 from 7:30 p.m. he 11 p.m., the Smithville eighlh grade will Slmusur a square tlance at the School Gym. Lots of music and refresThments w dll be served. Everyone wgA)me. Saturday - There will b e a Jamboree here March 6 at the Cdlmer Colmty Recreation Center. 'The jamboree will feature Betty Jo Snider and the Countryab:e, The Chrystel Mountain Band and the Country T our. Cake 'WaRm and Door Prizes will also be featured. Do,attons wll'i go to the GSC Athletic Department. Monday, March 8 - 7:00 P.M., City Hall. Executive Board Meeting of the Woml m's Club of Glenville. Monday, March 8 - 7 ':30 P.M., City Hell Regular meeting of the Woman's Club of G tenville, GFWC. March 9 - Glenvillf  Rebekah Lodge, #104 will sponsor a Drug Program at the Gth her County High Schooi at 2:30 p.m. Parents are urged to attel ad. Guest speaker will, be Thomas Mmer. Chaplain at the Hv tmisvllle Correc, tional Center. He will have four men with hie a who have been involved with drugs in the past who will alum speak. Thursday, Mar:h 11 - Glenville Rotary Golden Anniversary Dinner 6:00 yp.m. at the Conrad Restaurant. Open to non-Rotarians through reservations by March 9. Call 482-7840. [A cover chu'rge is required.] Food HandleJrs School March 11, 7:30 p.m. at Gllmer County Health l)ep, artment. ALL parer ts interested in enroUdng their sons in the cmm scouting F wogram, PLEASE atten,d a meeting en March 11 at 7:30 p.m, in the basement of the First Baptist Church in Glenvtlle . March 13  The r Creek Game Club will hold its rlar msetir ,g t T3 p. lnthe Cluh,house. All members are urged to attem t and refreshments will be served. Men diay, March 15 - 6:00 P.M. Retired School Employees will haws a covered dish dinnelr, at the First Baptist Church, Glen, dlle. Income Tax Panel is else slated. BrJolunobile Schedule: Mah Street, Glenvme, Wednesday, bm :ch 17 from 4-7 p.m. and Thursday, March 18 from 11-3 p.m, A,At Nurmantown Ilementary School, March 17 from 1.3 p.m. .-     :---: _- J Published Every lt___av BY GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. At 109 Ei. Main St. Glenviil, WV 26361 Photos 462-7309 Second-Class postage paid at Glenvtile and st additimal mailing offices Subscription price f/aS.50 tw( included in Gilmer County; othsf West Virginia residents !6.00 tax included. Out of state subscriptions $7.00. Cann accept subscriptions foe less than 6 months. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st, 1976.) CHUCK CAVALLO EDITOR JOAN LAYNE CIRCU LATION MANAGER Bits & Pieces Know what you're voting for Voter apathy is by far the worst political vice a nation can be afflicted with. I think the foremost reason for this is an attitude like..."well, what will my one vote mean or I'm just one in thousands or it hasn't got anything to do with me." Webster defines apathy as a lack of interest or concern; indifference. This can be applied to the problem in two ways. First, indifference to whether one votes or not. The vote is the single most effective way we have to implement hange. SurelyCin the past months we have seen what apathy towards government brings about. Watergate, cover-ups, corruption and criminal activity in government stems directly from the lack of control the citizens of this country have over its government, the "I can't do a thing about it"" syndrome. Well we can if we do one simple thing...think! Then act! Which brings me to the second part of the problem. For vote, how many take the time the issues, those running for we stop and say "Is this in interest" or "Can he or she us in our best interests?" Think about it. popping up all over. Sureh has come for the people to their country is slipping them. Know who and voting for. Keep America and for the people." Editor, Glenville Democrat: October 26 and 27 more than 30 of our relatives and friends slept in the New Lodge and socialized in the Dining Hall at the Recreation Center. They had been told it was a 4-H Center and probably a little rustic. They were so pleased with what they found they could not believe it. They expected to f'md "Two holes and a path"...they still write us in disbelief. Our relatives are from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia. Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, St. Albans, Belle and Parkersburg. No county and few states can approach what we have there for our boys and girls, sings, reunions and Good Will Dinners. It is approaching levy time. When the Revenue Sharing Act was passed it was stipulated that much consideration was to be given to youth and senior citizens. Ten percent of our National Population are senior citizens. A recent otudy showed that less than 4 percent went to the senior citizen program. Gilmer got a nice check from the special coal tax and will get some more and the Revenue Sharing Act is up for renewal. We would like to urge our County Commissions to be as liberal as possible for our senior citizen programs, ambulance service and the Recreation Center so the Park and Recreation Commission may go forward to maintain and improve the services 'there. We know the Commissions have many requests and we would like to thank present and past Commissions for consideration given and hope future ones will be as liberal or ntore so. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed News for Consumers by Atly. Gem. f00ucoy Ilrowlaul It's a relatively easy matte/" to get a "loan" from a bank or other lending institution - bu to prevent stretching your income too thin, there are several questions you should ask yourself before you borrow money. -Do I really need this loan? You should try to d/stinguish between "want" and "need". An emergency may require the need for a loan. But making expensive purchases just "to keep up with the Joneses" seldom, if ever, constitutes a "need',t, --Can I actually afford to borrow? If you maintain a steady income from a job or other sources, if you are able to make the monthly payments out of take-home pay, and if you do not have several other debts, you may be able to handle it, but take all of these factors into consideration before applyin 8 for a loan. To be sure that you are answering these questions realistically you should have a budget of your actual income and expenditures worked out on paper. The average consumer's total debt payments, excluding mortgage, shouldn't exceed 20O/o of the monthly take-home pay. Actually, in today's economy you' re much safer if you keep the payments down to 17%. -Will ny new loan payments cut into my savings plan? Regular savings should be a basic part of your budget. If you are unable to save with your present income, you shouldn't consider borrowing. Before you borrow, you should try to build a substantial amount in savings in case emergencies occur. -Have I comparison shopped carefully for the loan? We all spend a lot of time shopping for clothes, food and appliances, however many neglect to spend as much time shopping for credit. Loans are just ways to acquire money in order to spend it, and wise consumers shop around for the "cheapest" money they can obtain. To compare interest chsrges, look for the Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Under the Truth in Lending Act, you must be informed of the APR, which includes the basic Fmance charge. In addition, any add-on costs such as credit investigations, service charges and mandatory insurance premiums must be included. -Have I been truthful with the lender about my Fmancial situation? Lenders want you as a customer, however, they don't want any trouble over the repayment. A loan default causes a bad situation for both parties. Be sure to tell your situation frankly. If the lender turns you down it's natural to be disappointed: however. he may see something "dangerous" in your situation and it will be to your advantage if you find out the reassert for the rejection,. -Do I understand the contract? Make sure you read your contract very carefuly and understand every obligation. If you have questions and the lending officer can't answer them to your satisfaction, go elsewhere. If you have any questions concerning loans or any other consumer matter, you may contact the Consumer Protection Division {CPD) by phoning 348-8986: or write the CPD, Office of the Attorney General, State Capitol, Charleston. West Virginia National Nutrition Week to be Govrnor Arch A. Moore has proclaimed the week of March 7-13. 1976 aS National Nutrition Week in West Virginia. Mrs. Helen Lodge, of Charleston, president of the West Virginian Dietetic Association, an affiliate of the American Dietetic Association, has called upon all phases of educational media to join them in the observation and continuation of the national theme "1776 Improving Nutrition For The Nation - 1976". The proclamation, which is based upon the Nutrition Bill of Rights states that: "Every American has the right to be provided health through good nutrition. Every American has the right to be provided a variety of foods that will promote good nutrition and prevent disease, and Every American has the right to be" provided nutrition education to assist in making informed choices from the available food supply and as a protection against food" and nutrition misinformation". Members of the tion are concerned with amount of misinform nutrition disseminated States with its nutritional exploitation can people. The nutritionists are many popular myths nutritional value of promising quick excessive vitamin, supplements. Several activities throughout the state Nutrition Week, to be held for the at the Governor's Charleston on March For further may contact any area: Mrs. Lodge or Kazar, State National Chariman, both of the Medical Center in Virginia. Bine candidates for County Magistr, Richard D. Burke and John George Wolfe. both of Glenville, have entered the race on the Democrat ticket for County Magistrate, bringing the total number of candidates up to nine. The filing February 27. Seven Republicans have nomination in the Primary. Senators charge high utility result of pollution re: High utility bills for West Virginia residents partially are the result of air quality restrictions imposed by the West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission (APCC). two state senators have charged. Sa,te Minority Leader Ro H. Rogerson, R-Marshall, and Senator William L. Gilligan. R-Tyler. issued a joint statement here Wednesday on the rising cost of utilities. "It's about time for West Virginians to become aware of the number of dollars they are paying out in higher electric bills because of air quality restrictions imposed by the APCC." the senators said. The two legislators, who repre- sent the state's second senatorial district, said they have requested Monongahela Power Company to supply figures pinpointing how much the regulations are costing state residents. "The average residential cus- tomer of Monongahela Power, one who uses 565 kilowatt-hours of electricity each month, paid out an additional $8 every two months in 1975 as a result of the APCC's severe regulations." the senators disclosed. However, the average total electric customers of Monongahela had their pocketbooks hit even harder. the senators said. "Total electric pockets lcmcause of the" air quality Executive Director Carl l APCC," Rogerson and out. They noted that the regulations on industry is even more could actually be of some state Monongahela's customer had more added to its annual because of the regulations, the In addition, the out that the severity of regulations may have effect upon the future coal fields in northern which employ "The power are having to turn to regions to obtain quantities by the stiff re "This situation is even worse unless its secondary which are effective in 1978." Gill/Ran and Re .although some of are necessary, there for increased tax customers, who use about 2,000 why West Virginia kilowatt-hours per month, were socked satisfactory air q an extra $29 when they went to pay engaging in "environ their bimonthly electric bill. that costs the state's "These hard-earned dollars are of additional doilarsko0 | being pulled out of our people's thousands of jobs. [ FarmBureau calling r tax exeunptuo00w00 *' l hold a pointed out that the i'FiTt 1 covering the taxation not been materially [t to a ' o2 The $2oo.ooo 8[e li for today reflects onlYome T inflation" over the 24 Yto dL_'a The letter also  John immediate passage of[ he D]v,," :, is necessary if we are ._ all 'S  Cuueg and sm businesses to.hie r , one generation to anode ' ' are to relieve unnec on widows, widow" r-''-' Paul Nay, president of the West Virginia Farm Bureau, has announced the action of the West Virginia Farm Bureau board of directors in calling for enactment of legislation containing provisions of bills introduced by Senator Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia and six other senators, and Congressman Burleson of Texas and 72 other Congressman. The legislation would increase the federal estate tax exemption from $60.000 to $200.000. increases the marital deduction from 50 percent of the gross estate of $100.000 plus 50 percent of the gross estate, and provide a method for valuing farm estates at their farming values rather than values for highest possible use. The boards action was taken in accordance with the policies of the more than 5.500 family members of West Virginia's largest general farm organization. When assigning top priority to the support of this legish,lion the Farm Bureau board (ijrech.'d thai Nnv inform the West Virillia (;ongressiOlull (|eh,:at!iiUl of Ihq: I'('H.lm,, f,,l ,: ,t( fim lli Ilis h;lh;r t tin,' sl:lh"S two st'llilltllS and [our , ,)'lk'l'tL'S",t :,. N;I', children. tlr H Nay emphasized such legislation is one to ontinue the fs rove| world's most efficient unit - on which a stP )ors, industry'has been bui] with becoming of greater si dows, year due to the greatly i ". of farm land and othei :icJht c Nav's letter also Bureau's strong opP s MATEs admiufislration's prop )UR HC The adnlinislrattot  |loslpolles tile pay.kYERS eslatt: tilxt:s, ttllt| t,-:| Ft(|ll('t  lilt, hi|ill buCa .... I '"'(:]VV h,,n)o,l'h:i;trit.s o[ / 11