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12 The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder March 27, 1975 Coal reserves found in -ATTENTION Wilderness Areas The Cranberry Back Country and Shavers Fork areas of the Mononga- • • ~ held National Forest contain 202 CJubs Organ Cate ~ million tons of recoverable coal [zationsv rers reserves, according to a just-published study by the U.S. Forest Service. The study says the Back County, • We Now Hove In Stock ~ ~ located north of Richwood, contains • • ~ 133 million tons of coal while the W!lte and GInEham-check Shavers ForkareainRandolphCounty i~: "~ contains 69 million tons. All of the coal is located on land Disposable Table Covers where theU.S. Government owns the surface rights but private firms or -,h" $PRED individuals own the mineral rights. The Forest Service said it would cost the government at least $190.8 40" x 3600" million to buy the mineral rights to the !~ • ~" land. Such action would ensure the Just the Thine for Dinners, Banquets, Luncheons protection of the forest in future years.The Otter Creek area of the forest, ".'..~:::':~ • • ~ east of Elkins is also expected to hold White - just $8.50 per roll includedrichc°aldep°sitsbutthatareawasn'tin the stud,. Red Check - just $9.75 per roll Guardrail project . . bids postponed Gtlmer Graphics, Inc. N Guardrail replacement has been postponed along U.S. 33/119 and 109 E. Main St, W.Va. 5 until further funding can be made available, according to a Glenville W. Va. 26351 ¥ spokesman at the West Virginia "~.C~.'.'~:i*..~.-. '~i- ~4~. ,:f'.%¢k*~,~'Y4>.~.~¢.~~~~~~~.~.~.~.e.~..,,:,4~e..4:i..,.;~.~.~,:,..:e/..:e;.~. ~.~A~.~.~~~~~ Department of Highways. The guardrail replacement pro- EASTERN ELECTRIC & ELECTRONIC CO., INC. 1400 Rayon Drive, Parkersburg, W. Yd. Contractors Residential Installation Commercial Rewiring Industrial Maintenance Morris Alderman, President Phone 428-7361 Qualified, Bonded & State Licensed I Come to GUYAN for My Ladies EASTER FASHION OPEN TOES, SLING HEELS '0 COLORS TO GREY, BLUE, BLACK, WHITE, HONEY BROWN $9.95 up IIIIIII IIIII EASTER WEEK MARCH 27 Guyan Headquarters for All the Men in Your Family Starting at $10.95 MANY STYLES TO SELECT FROM GUYAN FACTORY OUTLET Lewis St., Glenville jects were to have been bid on by March 25 but will be readvertised eta later date. Annual CAA meeting The annual Community Action Association public meeting will be held Monday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Gilmer County Senior Citizens Center. The public is invited. L~ P 0 Solutio• To Pumfle Medieval n~taralistS "e~ai~me~i' that lions were afraid of roosters. MD Fund Drive led by students ,i =tttl Ill i n ummm Ill I Stay alive longer ;Sroh, A heart attack, as it is ordinarily considered by the public, is basically atherosclerosis of the coronary vessels. In other words, a gradual thickening along the wails of the arteries. Coronary thrombosis is no respecter of time or persons. It generally cuts down its victims during their most productive years. Unfortunately, the disease that leads up to it is not the kind that gives advance notice, that rings a warning bells and says: "Stop-Look-Listen. Slow Down- heart at work." Coronary thrombosis strikes quick- ly and dangerously. Its sudden occurrence is the result of atherosclerosis. "But why do we develop atherosclerosis?'" asked my friend, Bill K., who at 28 found he was a victim of the disease. "There are several theorieS," I 6, replied. "Let's con~der the~diet ~eory i , Eating a high-cholesterol diet'*year afar year piles up lesions in the arteries. TheSe lesions result from a metabolic fault, an inability of the body to handle the normal cholesterol and fat intake properly, This rugged brushed leather sport shoe features a thick, comfort wrabaround padded heel. Long lasting traction sole. Leather uppers come in Red or Blue. Blue--8V -3 l Red -- 10-3 Blue-3Y2-7 Red -- 3Y -7 BETTER FOOTWEAR r~ go OE/U~ Starch is Fat's Accomplice This metabolic fault 1S especially aggravated in the presence of Y by Leland Kordei high-starch foods. In other words, starches and fats. "It all adds up to soemthing" said Bill, "that I wish I'd known about a lot earlier. Now. here's what I want to know': Can a change in diet still help me? Or is it too late?" "Of course it isn't too late," I said. "'The ultimate results depend largely on VOU.'" When cholesterol was first discovered to be a cause of atherosclerosis and gall bladder trouble, many patients were asked to forego completely such wholesome and necessary foods as eggs, cheese. meats, milk, and cream. However, the alternative, a diet of rice and fruit or any other inadequate diet. can only result eventually in weakening the patient. It is only when fats are eaten to excess or when they are combined wit high-carbonhydrate meals, thht they pile up in all those dangerous places - around the waist, in the liver, around ~he heart and on the inner walls of arteries... Isn't it more logical to eliminate the high-starch foods in the diet-foods that we can live very nicely without and be far healthier for the ommitting-than to take away certain valuable foods like eggs. cheese, butter, liver and gland meats.., which VALLEY INN CLUB Revised Country Swingers Saturday, March 1975 I0 p.m.--2 a.m. Late C. G. Grose Auburn, IN. Va. Saturday, April 12, Starting 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUES (100 YRS. OLD); CHAIR AND ROCKER; (100 YRS. OLD) WALNUT STAND; WALL TELEPHONE (HANDMADE); OAK MANTEL: QUILTING FRAMES; CHILDS HIGH CHAIR; MEAT CHOPPING BLOCK; TYPEWRITER; A.P. DONOHUE STONE JARS; (WALL-TYPE)OIL UGHT: CHURCH PULPIT CHAIR; BLUE WILLOW DISHES; HONEY DISH (THUMB PRINT LID); 3 PCGUARDIAN SERVICE (HEAVY WITH GLASS LID); 3 PC. WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE (HANDMADE); RED OAK BED; CHEST AND STOOL (HAND MADE); WALNUT BED (HANDMADE); DRESSERS; HALL TREE WITH MIRROR; COPPER BOILER; DISHES. UVING ROOM SUITE (LIKE NEW); T.V., RCA: COFFEE TABLE (HAND MADE); FOOTSTOOLS: ELEC. COOK STOVE: GAS COOK STOVE; ~ELEC. REFRIGERATORS; HEATING STOVES; DINING ROOM SUITE; DEEP FREEZER (CHEST-TYPE); BUFFET: GAS DRYER; WASHER; COOKING UTENSILS; PRESSURE CANNER. STEP LADDER: UTILITY TRAILER (4° x 8"); JARS; LAWN MOWER; LAWN MOWER (SELF PROPELLED): OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. MOST OF THE FURNITURE WAS MADE BY MR. GROSE. FOR SALE: APPROXIMATELY 15 ACRES, 8 ROOM HOUSE: 1½ BATHS, FLOOR FURNACE, FULL BASEMENT, GARAGE." JOINS MAIN ST, FREE GAS. ROYALTY, GAS WE{.L PRODUCING. 1-LOT WITH WORK SHOP, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT; bR REFUSE ANY OR ALL BIDS ON 146 Main St. Weston, W. Va. ~O~R~. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY1N.S.C.S. OFAUBURN AUCTIONEER: EL) DUELLEY -- 462-8996 or 643-2370 OWNER: MRS. C.G. GROSE I are rich sourceS~ vitamins and Three ~d T~ diets are low nutrients the Choline, are needed in the! cholesterol from settling down in We find an and inosital in foods give us Choline, a a wonderful aid distribution of body and stockpiling notably fat-clogged liver. Choline-(and whole grains foods: lean meats-liver, and seed Methonine, solver in its a catalyst for speeding up In other makes choline farther in Where do The complete _ fish poultry, eggS,~r, a milk. ~ptow Are you be~ed value of a high-l~ng wi Inositol is rele~ choline. ~" ~Jao It is the subs~ heart muscles W ~hode, supply of energY'~died~ In animal e .x~,~l~. Bal removed from ~daug The result: H~ter } reproductiv t odes developed sol e Whe mice became co~'~ore i various parts of ~Was a Now, I'm not~ Wo, bald-headed me nt oi grow hair. Inste~eside fact that the lack Iso e irreparable of I the facts Let of themselves. Your NeW Beef hearts in an average meat. There are slice. But how heart? If you' never. Or "If you're new lease on life, have meal, by high-protein, diet for the rest The Ideal Gift' Hometown Democrat and