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May 7, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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May 7, 1976

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A.4l&apos;he Glenville Democrat/Pathflnder May 6, 1976 Food buyers Foup to orpnize , A meeting to organize the first food buying club in Calhoun County wilt:be held on Saturday, May 8 at 100 A.M. A building in Mt. Zion, next to the post office has been rented to accomodate the club and is presently being renovated by interested parties. The food buying club, an experiment in cooperative buying, carries the slogan, "Food for People, Not for Profit." Through a food buying club; members anticipate their needs, order in advance and combined with the needs of other members, food is ordered in bulk and, therefore. wholesale. It is expected that the initial ors will be for non-perishables, s as grains and beans, and as the cl progresses, dairy products and pluce Could be handled, preferably pthased fiem local farmers. hen the food buying club res an unweildy number of members, the ideal result will be for otlr clubs to form throughout the coty, fulfilling the needs of more and me people. All interested people are asked to come to this initial meeting so that the ideas of all are taken into consideration. Yew plants peisemm The yew plant is among the most poisonous plants known that will kill livestock and fowl. Yews are ornamental shrubs and hedges found around many homes in the Mountain State which are grown for the beauty of their rich evergreen foilage. "All parts of the plant are poisonous and all species of animals are susceptible to the poison. The yew plant is unlike the wild cherry plant which releases the poisonous hydro- cyanic acid when the plant wilts. Yew plants are poisonous at all times and drying does not lessen the toxic effect. Animals are often poisoned when yews are trimmed and the cuttings discarded in a pasture," according to Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglas, in a recent news release. "Death usually occurs within five minutes after ingestion of the yew cuttings, hut can be delayed as long as two days in cattle. Survival of yew poisoning is uncommon and the only treatment is surgery to remove the yew from the stomach," commented Douglass. E VOTE FOR I DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAGISTRATE GILMER COUNTY Born 11-11-27 Glenville High School Attended Glenville State College Major Business Ad- ministration. Ruppert SchOol of Auctioneer- ing. Foreman Penn. Metal Co., Parkersburg, W. Va. General Foreman FMC Corp., Your Support and SOuth Charleston, W. Va. nfluence AppreCiated Plant Supt. Atlas Car and Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio.   .......   ,. Plant Manager, Midwest:Wits Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Political Advertisement Paid for by Don Porter Ve.Teck meckmics I. vie in national contest WestVirginia vocational students will once again be participating in the Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest, sponsored annually by the West Virginia Department of Education and Plymouth dealers in the state. Vocational students are eligible to participate in the state contest after they win the opportunity in their auto mechanics classes at their home vocational facility. The teams at the state champion- ships will be looking for a series of malfunctions which are deliberately hidden in new cars to test the knowledge the students have gained in classes in auto mechanics. Their job is to find the malfunctions using classroom procedures, correct them, and restore the cars to perfect running order. Working against the clock, the first team to find and fix all the problems is the winner, provided the team also/'eceives good grades in the written examination and repairs its car perfectly. A written examination has been added through which teams qualify for the state champion mechanical competition. The written exams are held in schools in convenient locations throughout the state. Students who qualify through the examinations proceed to the state championships. State champions win all-expense trips to the National Championships at Chicago June 28, 29, 30, where they compete for scholarships and other prizes. MIZER a littk |m a me I= my m.g. highway 3200.. cdy OI!ly =2895* Q-..llg",=q'oo .am" P O t m, kea ,=, a ett doee dho, aPIOeg4D d JIM Wt91N. Ira. 1710 14th ST., PARKERSBURG Volkswagen-Volvo Mazda-Dealer II I Senator Bob Harriet ! Has Saved West Virginians Millions of Dollars It isn't very often that West Virginians can point to a state official and say, '*That man has saved me money. 's But you can say it about Senator Bob Hatfield, because it's true. e For years, utility companies in West Virginia in- cluded the costs of their advertising as justification for i rate increases. Senator Hatfieid felt this wasn't fair, and introduced a bill to prevent utility companies from charging their advertising eosts to the consumer. Almost immediately the utility companies agreed to stop this practice -- at great savings to the West Virginia consumers. Now, Bob Hatfield is running for Secretary of State. And his record -- on this and other important state problems - clearly indicates he is the man for the job. Senator Bob Hatfield Secretary of State Democratic Primary Tuesday, May ! 1 Senator Bob Hatfield... He's the Real McCoy! (Paid by candidate) In the past, direct benefits of the Trouble Shooting Contest, have included college scholarships for national winners, and the placement of more than half of the participating students in full or part time jobs as auto mechanics active support for the technical education programs in the public schools, a supply source of qualified apprentice technicians for automobile dealers, and values for the car-driving public in terms of higher-quality mechanical repair work. Dollgener speaker at local bowling banquet The GSC Faculty and Staff Bowling Trophies for League concluded its winter season Elsie with an awards banquet at the Pioneer Collins {170}. Interested citizens are invited to visit their county boards of education to review West Virginia's state plan amendment for providing education and services to handicapped persons, according to an announcement from the State Department of Education. The document is entitled "The Education of the Handicapped Act, Sandy Collins {244}. trophies were {246} and Kirkl winners in the winning and 606 {handicap} awal by Betty Boggs (664). Special most season and to Summer begin on the first at the local Center, Monday, April 26. Some forty bowlers and guests attended the dinner. Speaker for the occasion was Dr." Robert Dollgener, athletic director at- Glenville State College and coach of the new NAIA national bowlifig champions, who related his teams' experiences at the recent national tournament in Kansas City and presented awards to the local bowlers. Receiving championship trophies for thier 54V2 league victories were: Rata and Gary Kight and Sharon and Jim Mencer. Runner-up trophies were awarded to Collen and Bantz Collins, Elsie KirkDatrick and Bob Reed. Title V] Part B, State Plan GCHS relay team first at Amendment, Fiscal Year 1976," and will be available in every county board of education office until May 28. Gilmer County High School's mile third-place Public review of the state plan is " relay team took a first-place finish in Hitt, Kenny required under Public Law 94-142, the Fairmont Times Invitational Track were other Education Amendment of 1974, not Meet held recently in Fairmont to help relay team. only to inform the public of plans for the Titans gain an eighth-place finish Other Titans services to handicapped children but in the 15-team event. Invitational to give citizens a chance to make The relay team, comprised of Randy 5th-place finisher recommendations and comments be- Hitt. Robert Greynolds, Rick Hitt and and fore the plan is submitted by the State Don Wilson, captured the only win for in the pole vault. Department to U.S. Commissioner of the local tracksters. The local Education for approval and funding. Don Wilson, anchor-man for the lack of The plan is divided into four relay champs, also placed second in practicing, have sections. Section one describes the the 44e-yard dash and took a third in scheduled meets activities the State Department will the high jump. spring. undertake to assist counties to identify Robert Greynolds also scored in and locate handicapped persons three events, gaining a third in the THE IDEAL GIFT  needing special educational programs 88e-yard run and anchoring the Hometown or services. Democrm and Th! Section two concerns confiden- DHHDBPD iHDaUDDBDBDHHiDHDB tiality and refers to student records. : Section three identifies, by handicap THE ping condition and age category, the : rDID, TE estimated time needed to provide : FOR appropriate educational programming and services to all handicapped : ALL REPUBLICAN persons between 5-23. Th final section is a delineation of the plans. WEST Comments and recommendations : VIRGINIANS! on the 1976 State Plan Amendments should be submitted in writing to:  Paid forb . 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