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Exhibition to be held artists are to the Allied Inc.'s 45th The special which has been the financial Virginia Arts will be on Art Gallery 20 to July 25. Up to completed since January 1974. and which has never been displayed in the Charleston Art Gallery. Two works in any of the following classifications may be submitted by each artist: Oil, Watercolor. Mixed Media. Prints and Drawings. Crafts, Ceramics, Weaving, Stitchery. and other creative crafts, and Sculpture. Dr. Seigal Parks, President of representation of art making in West Virginia. For a copy of the Prospectus for the exhibition, please write to Mrs. George Herscher. lr.. 1660 Connell Road, Charleston 25314. Works must be received by May 29. /00255700 merit awards in Allied Artists. said that he is hopeful ) that all artists in West Virginia will pen to any artist make an effort to participate in this years of exhibition in order that the 45th original, was Annual Exhibition be State-wide in its I ,i V. Long Of Delegates Delegate District Calhoun. Clay, Gilmer Is A Democrat YOUR VOTE I Keep the 23rd District In motion AND lED SUPPORT BE APPRECIATED Paid By Harold V. Long [SAFETY SENSE t Lawn And Garden When it comes to prepar- ing for gardening safety, your good sense should tell you: don't wait! That's what experts at the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute recommend when it comes to servicing your lawn mowers, edgers, tillers and shredder grinders. There's no sense waiting until summer before checking equipment for broken parts, rust, general breakage or mal- function. Now's. the time to take a good lock at motors and parts and take them into the shop if necessary. Read your owner's manual for a maintenance and opera- tions refresher course! Then, you can spring into action with safe and effective power equipment for a beau- tiful lawn and garden all summer long! To the Voters of Gilmer County I am a candidate for member of the Gilmer County Board of Ed- ucation. I am pretty familiar with the schools and the school system of the County which I will agree need some improvements. If elected I will do my best to help improve and maintain the district schools. I will serve each and everyone of you to the. best of my ability. Your Vote and Influence on May 11, will be deeply appreciated. Leon FJlyson Cox's Mills, W. Va. Paid for by Leon Ellyson i i "r April 29, 1976 l'he (,lenville Democrat/Pathfinder From paper to grass WASTE PAPER TO MULCH -- Tons of waste paper from the State Capitol Comp are shredded into confetti for use as a seeding mulch. Bags of shredded pa are then transported to job sites throughout the state where they are mixed latex, water, seed and fertilizer. ::' SPRAYING PAPER - Pulped waste paper is distributed by a Department Highways hydro-seeder over an eroded section of land in Kanawha County. a few days, grass will be growing. Waste paper is helping grass grow along roads in West Virginia. Through a process developed by technicians at the Departmen of Highways. about half a ton of scrap paper is shredded into confetti. combined with approximately 20 gallons of a latex compound to help it disperse more evenly in a slurry, and mixed with water, seed and fertilizer. When spread by hydro-seeder - i -- i . --_mm--- Home Improvement Corp. | Burnsville i Glenville Residents Call _ 462-8186 U .J onto eroded slopes, open cuts other areas where ground cover;/s needed, the resultant mulch proved to be better than any other e tested by the Department in roadside seeding program .... So nmch better has once-experimental product proved promoting healthy stands of grass a resisting erosion in areas of Mas Kanawha and Greenbrier coun that the Department hopes to make knowledge available for reclama use by other state governm agencies or individual companies. Where once finely ground woi fiber was the basic ingredient: highway mulch, the Department nt relies on waste paper collected fr numerous state agencies. material is comparable to commercis O -t )m 4 m o. .R " : r:  O LL 3 m V1 2: z nil i,! .... I i i i. i u i llll El IE] E]IO 0 i i i 0 :..  $', t,=. t0). i ="  >, . , a)  (,,,,  E .U _ I \\; % Z uirl . .E = =0 . 8e  W ?, the Department indicates a substantial dollar savings. Highway Commissioner W.Si Ritchie, lr. notes that the waste pape mulching program, under the Depart, ment's General Services Division currently uses approximately one and one-half tons of paper eacli week--paper which was destined for a sanitary landfill. While some waste paper from the State Capitol Comple: is sold for recycling purposes, Ritchie points out that "The waste paper i much more valuable to us as a mulcl material. With equipment designed t produce a large volume of shreddedl paper, we eventually anticipate, utilizing all waste paper from the! complex in the mulching program. Disposal of waste paper is a growing I problem for everyone and the DOH: system can serve to alleviate the need! for additional landfill areas." i The Commissioner cited the Department's environmental research! group in the development of the waste' paper mulching program. A study group of employees from variogs divisions, it takes its name, RE'E, from its goal of "Returning Energy madi Useful Salvage to the Economy," : Says Ritchie: "Waste paper isie:i small part of the overall probleni: of solid wastes. While our agencisl devoted to constructing and maintain-i ing roads, we find it perfyi compatible to concern ourselves v?dhi these environmental 'problems. The! entire thrust of REUSE is to ni products long considered 'wastes' io! products which can be utilized bythe i Department of Highways."  Ritchie notes that REUSE is ao conducting a pilot oil recoy program, a scrap steel reco'ey program in cooperation with the REAP section and a project which will utilize scrap tires for paving. Further information on the reclamation potential of scrap paper mulch may be obtained from the General Services Division. Ralph Warner. Director: West Virginia Department of Highways, 1900 Washington Street East. Charleston 25305. Vote For I 9o. C. Byrd I For President j by voting for ! MARY ANN BARROWS I I Grantsville I I Delegate to the Democrat I I National Convention I I Look for MARY ANN I I onyourimllot I[ paid by Mary Ann Barrows IIIIIIII