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Hacker bale Hocker, Jr. of announcing the of their daugh- son of Gerwig also of r is a senior at Gilmer Where she serves for the school 1975 graduate of School and is by Home Moder- date is set for June SERVICE money and of out to be follow these tips sug- at General airholes in allow air to g, when not from StUrdy table be dam- ur set is in- attention cheap one but if or the area in to tune Y, If you've on a color the color and tune it white set, horizontal and con- up the color for a na- Lhese hints best pie- Y Green new president of Conservation Council Dr. N. Bayard Green of Huntington, West Virginia. was elected president of the West Virginia Conservation Education Council, Inc., at its Spring meeting, March 4, 1976, at North Bend State Park. Dr. Green, Professor Emeritus, Marshall University has taken an even stronger leadership role in conserva- tion education since his recent retirement from the Biology Depart- ment at Marshall University. In addition to his work with the Mountaineers for Rural Progress and the Soil Conservation Service Districts, Dr. Green has been a leading proponent of the Council's drive to develop a Statewide Master Plan for Environmental Education. The former president Frank Glover, ]r.. Soil Conservation Services of Morgantown, West Virginia. will continue to serve as a member of the Council's Executive Committee with the Samantha READS YOUR STARS If you were born thll week: You are not a push.over, as some might think. Your easy-going exterior hides a core of tempered steel and a mind that won't quit. Mysteries appeal to you, as does the psychic. Your emotions pull you off on tangents now and then, but you soon find your right path. ARIES (3121-4119): If you're a smart little ram, you'll play this week's hand close to your chest. Home has smiles and surprises. You may feel tongue-tied around love-mate, but to misquote an old saw, a caress is worth a thousand words. Later, work and something to think about. TAURUS (4/20-5/20): En- counter with a fascinating stranger may develop into more than a one night stand. Emotions run swift and deep. Home matters need your capable touch. Later, lover seems in a fog. Light a candle to guide him to your welcoming arms, Taurus, GEMINI (5/21-6120): Watch pocketbook, Twin, financial conditions may be on weird side. There's chance of a wind- fall, too. Look beyond a charmer's words to see what he's really after. Then, sensitive feelings are easily hurt by much criticism. Be tactful. Sunshine closes week. MOONCHILD (gl21-7122): Emotions intense, Moonbeam. Let your brainy li'l noggin keep 'era from running away. Take it from Sam, a head-heart balance keeps it in the road. The glitter of gold attracts -- maybe a new piece of jewelry? LEO (/'123-8122): Time for quiet meditation important. Needs of others are deman- ding now and may be draining. Replenish energies. A decision to make, approach it with clear mind and minimize outside in- fluences. Later, bird-brained schemes are for the birds, not for Legs. VIRGO (8125-9122): Unusual contacts this week, Virgo. Be chary of quick involvement. One person is a ringer. So keep your eyes open, dear heart. Your E.S.P. may be ac- tive, but let hunches also be guided by facts. LIBRA (9/23-10123): Older person offers unwelcome ad- vice Intentions are good, though, so refuse gently. Ex- pect interruptions in work. Remember where you put things, Lib. Small items (keys?) could wander off. Week slips away. SCORPIO (10/24-11122): Cupid writes banner headline. Lover mate is in mood for romantic frills. Perfume, music and wine set stage; he'll do the rest. Later, a smooth-talker is not smooth enough. Attention to details completes week. , SAGITTARIUS (11123-1212 ): Other people are not par- ticularly easy to work with now, Sag. Someone wants to mind your business and another has to be prodded to attend his own. Midweek love-break restores your good humor. CAPRICORN (12/22-1119): Responsibility in disguise may be heading your way. Look closely to see whole picture. Take it and other doors open. Then, a call'takes you out of the house. Week continues with kisses and antiques. AQUARIU8 (1120-2119): Clean up those he-hum details you've been shoving under the rug, Aquarius. Consolidate, evaluate, and up-date. Important message arrives midweek. Then, treat your talents, resources, and checkbook as if they were the crown jewels. They are, you know. PISCES (21203120): This is your week to shine, Pisces. Romance glows. Hint: show him the home-and-hearth you. The quickest way to his heart may be through his stomacht Later, don't let anyone burst you4L bubble. m Your I I I I e DON PORTER MAGISTRATE [ Hi GILMER COUNTY Support and Influence Appredated Paid for by the Candidate Shipment! 16-hp00 Tractor The John Deere 300 features a supersmooth hydrostatic trlmsmilmion, dual hydraulic lift controls, built-in headlights, 3-dirnensional dash panel, triple-safety starting, and color-coded controls. The engine is enclosed for quiet riding. Attachments include 38- and 46-inch rotary mowers. Save! 19.9 hp Tractor The John Deare 400 offers big power for big jobs. It features supersmooth hydrostatic drive, power steering, triple hydraulic lift controls, headlights, and lots more. Variety of attachments includes 60-inch mower, PTO, tiller, front blade, snow thrower, and s front loader that lifts 500 pounds over 6 feet. Lockard$, Inc. Flatwoods- 765-7421 other officers. Elected to serve with Dr. Green are Vice President, Ivan Taylor. ICCDS, Bluefield State College; Secretary, Robert Seymour, West Virginia Department of Education and Treasurer, Maxine Scarbro, West Virginia Department of Natural Resources. The Council will hold its 35th annual Youth Conservation Camp the week of Iuly 12, 1976. Three hundred and seventy-five young people from throughout the state will be sent to Camp Caesar by various sponsors to participate in one of the most powerful environmental education programs ever developed. George Sharpe of West Virginia University has collected a very impressive staff of environmen- tal specialists from the ranks of various state and federal agencies. Many of these same agencies will also be providing staff for the Council's Leadership Workshop for teachers later in the summer. TIMING HOME SALES When you sell your home, you can defer the capital gain tax on any profit by reinvesting in another home costing at least as much. But the reinvestment must be within 18 to 24 months, so if you're leaving a home in a tight real estate market, make the purchase of a new home contingent on the sale of the old one. THE MAZBA MIZER a Itk |m   im m 2 mpg. highway 32 "' city $2895*  i":":=". ,,. : ,'=, ':' I 171014thaT., I PARKERSBURG Authorized Volkswagen-Volvo Mazda-Dealer March 25, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Gay. Moore announces grant Governor Arch Moore announced today the approval of a grant of $150.200.00 to be awarded to the West Virginia Department of Public Safety. These funds will be used by the Department of Public Safety to improve law enforcement operations by purchasing the following equipment: one {1} Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer/Data System necessary for drug analysis and toxicology; one (1} Spectrometer Datascope Communi- cation Time Monitor necessary for debugging; terminal maintenance on the present WEAPON system; and thirty-seven {37} mobile communica- tion units to replace ones that are nine (9} to ten (10} years old and do not compliment the present communica- tions system. This grant was made available through the Governor's Committee oI Crime, Delinquency and Correction. THE IDEAL GIFT -- A subscription to the Hometown Newspaper -- The Glenville Democrat and TI Glenville Pathfinder. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help, Reason 1. We are income tax specialists We ask the right questions We dig for every honest deduction We want to leave no stone unturned to make sure you pay the smallest legitimate tax H&R BLOCK I I I I THE.INCOME TAX PEOPLE 212 Main St. - Glenville Hours 9-5 Phone 462-7784