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March 18, 1976

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candidate Glenville of Fairmont, for State his campaign to March 18. Mr. John W. Bailey Mr. Bailey. He late W. C. and Gihner County =any relatives in old friends and at 12:30 former member of from Lewis 1D64 was the from Carolina, Degree Virginia The 41 year old Marion County Democrat. is experienced in financial management, having been a stock- broker with two separate member firms of the New York Stock Exchange in their Clarksburg, West Virginia offices. He has been licensed by the New York Stock Exchange, the American Stock Exchange and the National Association of Securities Dealers. Mr. Bailey served three years on active duty with the United States Nawj and as a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserve has been the Commanding Officer of the units in Fairmont and South Charleston. Mr. Bailey is married to the former Joyce Kennedy of Fairmont and th,'v _".re the parents of three children: ]ohn Kennedy Bailey, age 8; David Cleveland Bailey, age 5; and Anna Joyce Barley, age 2. Sears STO,,.OU.,S Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. rs V al ues on C- B R adi as. Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 A Idhorized CATALOG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL VOTE FOR [] DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAG!.ST r00TE GILMER COUNTY and Influence Appreciated Paid for by the Condidme James to speak at Florence NightinEale gathering Mrs. Annette James R.N., Inde- pendent Lecturer and Consultant in Nursing, will be the guest speaker to the members and guests of the Florence Nightingale District No. 4 of the W. Va. Nurse's Association during the regular business meeting Thurs- day, March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in Flameway Hall of the Consolidated Gas Supply Corp. in Clarksburg. Mrs. James, a former member of the W. Va. Committee on Priorities and Strategies, will lecture on Standards of Nursing Care. She received her B.S. Degree in Nursing from Alderson Broaddus College and her M.S. Degree in Nursing Education from the University of Rochester in New York. Bulls from testing be auctioned Some 107 young bulls that successfully passed the Ninth Annual Bull Testing Program recently at West Virginia University's Agricultural Experiment Station at Wardensville will be auctioned March 25, beginning at 11 a.m. The sale will be held at Reymann Memorial Farms in War- densville. According to Everett Mason, WVU County Extension Agent, farmers from West Virginia and four other states consigned 178 bulls to the test and sale. Some 113 Angus, 34 polled Hereford, two Hereford, 17 Simmental Cross, eight Charolais, two Blonde d'Aquitaine Cross, one Red Angus, and one Maine Anjou Cross have been on an intensive feeding program since last October 14. The purpose of the program is to determine the weight-gaining potential of these selected bulls. Not all the bulls will be sold. The rigid culling program by testing officials allows only the 107 bulls to be auctioned. The rules of the program automatically eliminate the lowest gaining one-third of the group, also any bulls that are structurally unsound. I Your Home Improvemenis Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight cedars, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Write ARLIE AYERS or KENNETH WHIPKEY StakHana 'Special STAI(MOVER FREE WITH PURCHASE OF STAKHAND IO PLUS s225•00 REBATE• REBATE ENDS 4.1.76• eady to buy haying equipment? m ready to dealt L,qguhtnow., when you need haying proven themselves in this part of the 1 'vmentmo r the L st, m making some of country. And I m ready to show you boa.east- deals you can find. On the how a StakHand System can add prof- -.t"= ystem you can find -- the Hess- itabii'ity to your ha)'l"ng operation. ._takHand System. Come on in now. ! can make the kind --ur takHands and Stald4overs have of deal y',m loongJor,o, co.o. ' I)OBBI,S T00AC00'OU SAI.ES i 0m=, U.pL= ,0=ms CEDARVILLE, W•VA. 462-7703 Mrs. James is chairman of the W. Va. Planning Commission for Nursing, a member of the W. Va. League for Nurses, of which she is a member of the board of directors and serves on the Committee on Aging, a member of the American Nurse's Association, the W. Va. Nurse's Association, and a member of the board of directors of Florence Nightingale District No. 4. She was an assistant professor in Nursing at Alderson Broaddus College from 1968 to 1974 and a former instruEtor in Nursing at the Universtiy of Rochester. Mrs. Leah M. Ferrando, president of District No. 4, has extended an invitation to the area professional nursing students to hear Mrs. James. program to "This is perhaps the most outstanding group of bulls ever tested in West Virginia to date," Mason declared, noting that test results show an average daily gain of 3.16 pounds, a weight-per-day-of-age of 2.85 pounds, and an average 365-day weight of 10041 pounds for the bulls to be sold. '"rhis performance will rank the West Virginia test as one of the top programs in the country," Mason declared. The bulls offered for sale should have the capability of increasing the 2aS-day weaning weight of all the calves they sire, Mason explained. He added that with the present feeder calf prices in West Virginia, producers must pay more attention to the selection of a herd sire. "Buying a replacement bull is the most important management task a farmer can make at this point in the cow-calf program. A bull that will increase the weaning weight of its offspring will not only mean extra income next year but will return a profit fe- many years thereafter," Mason commented. "For more information on the tested bulls, contact my office," Mason concluded. Nwd ware Mr Tdw. Country Club Road, formerly employed as a foreman for McNicol Pottery, died in a local hospital at 8:10 a.m. on March 6, 1976, following an extended illness. He was bern in Newberne, West Virginia on October 10, 1911, a son of the late Howard O. and Frances Brown Ware. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ida Bell Adams Ware; three sons, Rodney and Roger Keith Ware of Clarkshurg, Roy Ware, Colorado Springs, Colorado; two brothers, Paige and Russell Ware of Cox's Mill; three sisters, Mrs. Lee (Rllzabeth} Shackleford and Mrs. Alta (Thelma} Shacideford of Cox's Mill and Mrs. Hayward {Velma) Childers, Elizabeth, WV; and eleven grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by a son and a sister. Mr. Ware was a member of the Cox's Mill United Methodist Church. \\; The body was removed from the Davis Funeral Home in Clarksburg to the Methodist Church at Cox's Mill to lie in state for one hour before being removed for interment in Horn Creek Cemetery. Officiating the services were the Rev. O.D. Harman and the Rev. William Sandy. OOOO•Q•••••Q•••••••••••••••• Metropolitan Life Where.the future =s now Irs easy to put off planning your future, hoping it will take care of itself. Don't let this happen to you. Let's talk soon about retirement income, disabil- ity insurance, and other needs you may have to protect your familys finan- cial future. Youll find we do care about your future. HUNTER B.BEALL, JR. 813 Gran Central Avenue i Vienna, W. Va. 26105 i Office: (304) 295-4561 Residence (304) 295-5353 Whe the fis • Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. ID ID IP ID Q • IP Q • • 1 • IP • e • • • • • • O • • • • !) March 18, 1976 Veterans Ask Q -- If I use my GI home 10an benefits now, can 1 use them again: in the future? A - Yes, as long as you relieve the VA from liability in your current VA loan. Q -- I am a veteran and was hospitalized in a private hospital for my service-conencted disability for more than 21 days. Am 1 entitled to an increase in my compensation? A - Yes. if medical evidence supplied to the VA shows that the condition for which you were hospitalized was for the service-con- nected disability. You would be entitled to a 100 percent rating from date of admission to at least the date of discharge from the hospital if you file claim for increase with the VA within one year of date of admission. Remember that the deadline for all news and advertising in the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may be even earlier. Have your news and advertising in early to avoid disappoint- mont. 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For instance, Monongahela's average industrial customer uses as much electricity at one point of delivery as 143 average resi- dences. There is only one pole line to build and maintain, one meter or set of meters to read, one bill to prepare and mail, etc. Con- sidering these factors, the cost differences are plain to see. There are other reasons for less cost, too. Many large industries buy power at higher voltages and provide their own transformers. Their use of electricity is more nearly con- stant (often around the clock), thus using more kilowatt-hours through the facilities provided. The only reasonable and honest way to price anything is to base it on costs. Electric rates for different types of customers ac- curately reflect the different costs of pro- viding service. When electric rates are determined in this manner, as they have been for a half-century or longer, no one customer or class of cus- tomers subsidizes another. 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