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Vac00mns m vacationing If so, the of Agricul- a brochure offering vacations are Hardy, and Pendleton is designed W, Vs. 0PPorhmity to entertain- many who chance to amount of in a rural on the type receive. There and Some s, There are and one citizens. visitors are of the such eggs. to farm. are close to forests. Some hunting, babysit- swimming, containing Hew federal regulations on farm machines to, beEin A number of federal regulations relating to safety on farm field equipment will become effective in June this year. Others will become effective in September; and another in June of 1977. According to Arthur W. Selders. Extension agricultural engineering specialist, West Virginia University, the regulations are concerned with eliminating safety hazards for em- ployees operating, maintaining, or servicing farm machinery. Five points summarize the regulations. They are: 1. Effective June 7, all farm field and farmstead equipment (operated by employees), regardless of date of manufacture, shall be provided with guarding of the power take-off drive: shall have guards, shields, and doors providing access to moving parts in place; and shall have a safety sign where removal of a guard or access door will expose an employee to any component which continues to rotate after power is disengaged. 2. All farm field and farmstead equipment manufactured after June 7 shall include nip-point guarding of name, addresses, phone numbers and rates of farm vacations write: W. Va. Farm Vacations, West Virginia Department of Agriculture, State Capitol Building, Charleston, WV 25305. ,thank all who void for me and supported me [ 11, 1976 for Gllmer County Court. i Nelson Garrett ] NOTICE TO VOTERS of Gilmer County, I Want to express for your support during my campaign for your votes of confidence on May Victor R. Kirkpatrick V. SERVICE U: CLIP & SAVE for S2. On Any TV Service Work • Sutton- Phone 765-5782 . • nliIiaiIllIIUil•nliiiii DY'S ILE HOMES - 4 miles west of Weston Selection of Quslity Built Homes 12"Wide8 14-wides double wides on display displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OIN FilIDAY TIL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 S. Mobile Home Association V. LONG THANKS VOTERS ,1976, the Democrat voters of the 23rd Calhoun, Clay and Gilmer Harold V. Long as one of their of Delegates to represent their Election in November. to express his sincere appreciation people who worked so hard in his their confidence in him by their vote. hard for the Democrat Party in elected, to work hard for the 37,000 Calhoun, Clay and Gilmer Counties. HAROLD V. LONG Cimdidate for House of Delegates 23rd Delegate District power transmission components, and guarding of functional components to the fullest extent which will not substantially interfere with normal functioning. It shall also include a visible or audible warning of rotation where removal of guards or access doors will expose an employee to any component that continues to rotate after power is disengaged. Revolving shafts must be guarded: also ground driven compo- nents, if the employee could be exposed to them while drives are in motion. 3. Also effective June 7, employers shall instruct every employee in the safe operation and servicing of equipment at the time he is hired and at least once each year thereafter. A minimum list of safe operating practices is included in the regulation. 4. Effective September 7, all farmstead equipment, regardless of manufacturing date. shall have specific electrical disconnect means. There should be an exclusive, positive locking means on the main switch which can only be operated by the employee. This is to prevent the inadvertent application of electrical power from a location not under the immediate or exclusive control of the employee maintaining or servicing the farmstead equipment. In a bulk storage structure an electrical or mechanical disconnect must be located on the material handling equipment. All circuit regardless of date of manufacture. May 20, 1976 Avoid storing canned food The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 THE IDEAL GIFT - A subscrip- tion to the Hometown Newspaper - The Glenville Democrat aml The Glenville Pathfinder. shall be guarded and shall have an near steam pipes, radiau)rs, -- III II aIq audible warning device to indicate furnace and kitchen ranges. I • when the gin is about to be started. A dry, moderately cool place ; DENZIL RUNYON I Selders pointed out that those is best.  Auto Painting ! regulations were established by the U R , "_n Bodyyork. i Tr,, A I Buy-eu-nraoe | r I Chestnut Lick Rd, I ' • " '' im I BIg B e r n l e | Lockney, W. Va. I _Doub!e Decker t i--,iiiii riiilIIIII JIIIII, , , , III I = I would like to thank all Democrats who by their votes, have • I enabled me to be placed on the November Ballot as a candidate M I for Magistrate. Thankyou  I John G. Wolfe I II Democrat for Magistrate I BERNIES RESTAURAN1 Try A Big Bernie Double Decker U.S. Department of Labor's Occupa- tional Safety and Health Administra- tion (OSItA). and published in the Federal Register, March 9. Programs and activities offered by the West Virginia University Coopera- tive Extension Service are available to all persons without regard to race, color, or-national origin. By Mrs. Dan Gerber Eating solid foods is a big step in your baby's life. Your doctor or clinic should decide when your baby is ready for them, suggesting which ones and in which order to add them. Introduce the first solid food when the baby is rested and happy, usually in the morning. Hold the baby in your lap in a comfortable position. Using a long-han- THANK YOU '," Ray's Grocery at Linn would like to thank their patrons ,, of the last 12 years of business. Anyone who would need :,' to contact us may do so by writing or call ii Mr.  Mrs. Ray Campbell Rt. 1 Box272 Glenville, WV t died infant spoon, place a small amount of the food well back on baby's tongue. Giver your baby time to get used to the idea before offer- protection devices should be on the ing more• manual reset type except where this would be infeasible, there are other exceptions listed• 5• Effective June 30, 1977, power THE IDEAL GIFT-- A subscription tothe transmission and functional compo- Homatov Npaper -- The Glenville nents of cotton ginning equipment, Democrat and The Glenvtlle Pathfinder. II IIII I WWVU*TV THURSDAY, MAY 20 8:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 11:30 SESAME STREET 12:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 1:00 ELECTRIC COMPANY 1:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 3:00 CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT 3:30 A BIT WITH KNIT 4:00 MISTER ROGERS 4:30 SESAME STREET 5:30 ELECTRIC COMPANY 6:00 CAPTIONED ZOOM 6:30 ITV UTILIZATION 7:00 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 EVENING EDITION 8:00 THE MARK OF JAZZ 8:30 LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS 9:00 THE OLYMPIAD 10:00 BILL MOVERS" JOURNAL 11:00 CAPTIONEO ABC NEWS 11:30 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT FRIDAY, MAY 21 8:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 11:30 SESAME STREET 12:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 1:00 ELECTRIC COMPANY 1:30 SCHOOL SERVICES 3:00 CONSULTATION 3:30 LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU 4:00 MISTER ROGERS 4:30 SESAME STREET 5:30 ELECTRIC COMPANY 6:00 CROCKETT'S VICTORY GARDEN 6:30 ITV UTILIZATION 7:00 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 EVENING EDITION 8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW 8:30 WALL STREET WEEK 9:00 SOUNDSTAGE 10:00 MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS 10:30 AVIATION WEATHER 11:00 CAPTIONEO ABC NEWS 11:30 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT SATURDAY, MAY 22 4:00 HODGEPODGE LODGE 4:30 COLLEGE FOR CANINES 5:00 NOVA 6:00 BOOK BEAT 6:30 BLACK PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS 7:00 CROCKETT'S VICTORY GARDEN 7:30 THE TOURISTS ARE COMING 8:00 EVENING AT SYMPHONY 9:00 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK - "American Ballet Theatre - A Closeup In Time" 10:30 INNER TENNIS 11:00 MASTERPIECE THEATRE - "Sunset Song" SUNDAY. MAY 23 4:00 SILENT COMEDY FILM FESTIVAL 5:00 A THIRO TESTAMENT 6:00 RESOURCEFUL WEST VIRGINIA 6:30 WORLD PRESS 7:00 CAPTIONED TRIBAL EYE 8:00 NOVA 9:00 MASTERPIECE THEATRE - "Sunset Sor, z'" 11:00 FIRING LINE 'X MONDAY, MAY 24 *NO SCHOOL SERVICES 3:00 WHAT'S COOKING? 3:30 LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU 4:00 MISTER ROGERS 4:30 SESAME STREET 5:30 ELECTRIC COMPANY 6:00 THE TOURISTS ARE COMING 6:30 ITV UTILIZATION 7:00 THE MOUNTAII$CENE TONIGHT 7:30 EVENING EDITION 8:00 USA: PEOPLE AND POLITICS 8:30 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK - "'A Rachmaninoff Festival" 10:00 FAMILY AT WAR 11:00 CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 11:30 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT TUESDAY, MAY 25 *NO SCHOOL SERVICES 3:00 INNER TENNIS 3:30 LET'S GROW A GARDEN 4:00 MISTER ROGERS 4:30 SESAME STREET 5:30 ELECTRIC COMPANY 6:00 ZOOM 6:30 ITV UTILIZATION 7:00 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 EVENING EDITION 8:00 BURGLAR PROOFING 8:30 CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT 9:00 OPERA THEATER 11:00 CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 11:30 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT WEDNESDAY, MAY 26 *NO SCHOOL SERVICES 3:00 LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS 3:30 LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU 4:00 MISTER ROGERS 4:30 SESAME STREET 5:30 ELECTRIC COMPANY 6:00 COLLEGE FOR CANINES 6:30 ITV UTILIZATION 7:00 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 EVENING EDITION 8:00 THE TRIBAL EYE 9:00 GREAT PERFORMANCES - THEATER IN AMERICA - "The Patriots" 11:00 CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 1 ! :30 THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT ls ca STORE ll0Ull Monday,, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday --  to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. -------Homelmprovement Sale Come in and compare prices. Phone 462-7939 -- 462%483 Sears i , CATAI,OG SAI,FS MF ANT :..i...-... ........... N THANK YOU from Billy B. Burke I am truly grateful to again receive your vote of confidence. I will work as always to bring progress and honor to this district. Thanks again to each of you. BILLY B. BURKE Straight Answers From Your Power Company This is one in a series of replies to questions being asked by our cus- tomers. Answering is Elizabeth Williams. Home Eco- nomics Consultant for Monongahela, QUESTION: I try to conserve electricity but my bills keep going up. Why is this so? ANSWER: Electric rates have increased, of course. but also many customers continue to use more electricity, The best way to check your general use trend is to compare your current bill (kilowatt-hours used) to your bill for the same period last year. If you find that you are using more. consider any new appliances you may have added--a freezer, a second TV, a space heater, a tape player or shop equipment. Did you replace an old refrigerator with a larger one, or a frost-free model? They take more energy, and a color TV uses more electricity than a black and white. If you compare your present bill only with the last one you •aid, seasonal changes in use must be considered. (And remember that each bill covers a two-month period of use.) During the summer, air conditioning and fans can add a lot to your bill. Consumption also will increase from more frequeftt use of the refrigerator, additional laundry, extra baths. and use of electric lawnmowers and hedge trimmers. Or. your use may be higher in the winter. Even if you don't have electric heating, your heating system probably uses electricity for blowers or pumps. And gloomy days mean more lights, more reading and more tele- vision viewing. Entertaining in any season means more people, more cooking, more dishes, etc. Monongahela Power has several con- sumer booklets which offer tips on how to save electricity and list the amounts of energy consumed by various appliances. ,Write our Customer Services Department. P.O. Box 1392, Fairmont. W. Va. 26554. for free copies. Monongahela Power APart of the Allegheny Power System 1476