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May 23, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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May 23, 1975

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It 10 The Glen~4lle SAVEGAS JIM WEGMANN, INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer 1710 14th St. Parkersburg, W Va. 485-5451 Democrat/Pathfinder May 22, 1975 tation to doctors, stores, referral screening CAA lists county.wide programs .end,. nutrition programs, senior necessary to citizen centers, and meetings. OtherCertain requL~ .... ..... order to be ~ t_ .. q~e Commu.mty Achon Assocla- are needed they can be signed up to Youth Camp: held every summer services include receiving newsletters to[ lot uon tL, AA.I el L,_umer L, ounty remmos produce the item. All sales are made to at the Recreation Center for from the senior citizens centers andrepairs. A [is 0[~ be aer~ area residents or.the following services the West Central Arts and Crafts low-income youth ages 7-14. calls from volunteers through the be secured ft~ ~o(" presently offered. :-~-- Youth Em-'l-----en CA'-'- :.-k..._ ~~..Nor ..... .. _ , Off,~. v,,y ..... m,,,~,~:telephone reassurance program. Two .. nom. e ,mr ogram -. A..n, ome Gilmer County Craft Guild - This This program is simply a referral senior citizens centers are located in visitors is nomes m ~umer nroject consists of producers making service. The Clearinghouse takes the county at Glenville and Cedarville. County Goals of this program are to~ . Y ~-i~ ~ " , " ........ rugs, qudts, stuffed animals, pdlow, or apphcahons from youth ages 14-18 and Home Repair - applications are revolve, parents ,mrecuy In. tn.e any other craft for which there is a iobs orders from employers and actsreceived in the local CAA Office. A contacted s~o -| eaucatmna= aevelopment oi [nelr market. Sales are made from the local only as a liaison between the youth and provide assis~ children and to help strengthen in Community Action Office. Training the employer. Adopt-A-Grandparent parents their capacity for facilitating sessions are held on the making ofProgram provides employment for five the general development of their own craft items and some materials can be low-income youth ages 14-21 to serve children. Physical examinations, den- secured through the CAA Office. as aides to the elderly in Gilmer County tel screening, nutrition education. Youth Program - Youth Council: by performing in-home services, transportation to referral agencies, made up of low-income youth who meet errands for shut-ins, light outdoor are some of the services offered to at least once each month to insure that chores, and companionship. these children, ages 0-6, and their all youth programs operated by the Senior Citizen Program- provides families. Gilmer County CAA meet the real and outreach services to homebound Rural Arts and Crafts Program- defined needs of low income youth,elderly households in the county by consists of making patchwork animals. One member of this group is seated on outreach visits each month. These quilts for market through the Westthe Community ActionAssociationservices are provided by the CAA and Central CAA in Parkersburg. All Board of Directors. Vista Volunteers. including transpor- producers must make a sample, have it approved, and then if more producers Hope workers lay new pipe !i, l ,or,cE -- Vazquez- ical Corporation will be closed / through Monday, May 26 while Dr. Joseph Vazquez attends medical seminar. :-Clio, W. Va (Roune Coo) May 24 -- I0:00 a.m. 1949 PACK AND LIMOUSINE: MUZZLE LOADING RIFLES; WIDE SELECTION OFFURNITURE; PHONOGRAPH; ICE BOXES;TELEPHONES; BRASS BED;,ORGAN STOOL; FARM DINNER Et OTHER BELLS; MOUNTAINEER MAN (SEAL UNBROKEN); WOOD STOVE; CLOCKS; WOOD, DAISY ~ STONE CHURNS; LAMPS, INC. TIFFANY; IRON AND STONE WARE I~RIMITIVES; COFFEE MILL; TOBACCO CUTTER; BUTTER ) MOLDS; GLASS;INC, CARNIVAL; PICTURE FRAMES; AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS. A UC TIONEER: ROBER T J, B UTCHER OWNER:EARLDRAKE MAY 29TH.30TH-31ST Hope Natural Gas Co. workmen installing new gas line along Clayton Street last week. The County's Best Bargain- a year's ASCS offers cost subscription to your hometown newspaper. " The Glenville Democrat and Glenville Pathfinder. Just $5.15 for in-county shar~flg program residents. Call 462-7309 today. The Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS} with offices in the Federal Building announced today that the cost-sharing Agricultural Conservation Program {ACP) for farmers in Gilmer County has begun and will continue until funds are exhausted. The follbwing services are available: lime, fertilizer and grass seed for meadow and pasture seedings: lime for farmland to permit the use of legumes and grasses for soil improvement (this lime may be applied to crops that will be seeded to grasses and legumes in 1975-76l; planting trees; contour stripcropping; develop ing springs, including trough: ponds to provide water for livestock and wildlife; improving stand of forest :~;:;:::;~:;:;::::~;:::;:::;::::::::;::::~:;:~:;:;:::::::;:::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:::::::::::~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::~::;:::::::;:;:::;:;:~:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:.:;:.:.:.:.:.:.:~;:;:.:;:;~:~ trees; diversion ditches; winter cover iiI ......... i iii! crops; wildlife food plots; tile drainage; channel clearance and streambank protection; sediment retention mea- :::: ? ::.:: :::: sures: and home gardens for :i:i i~i iii low-income families. :':' :J~ ::: ":': Long-term agreements are also iii:: ~i;~ iii! iiii available. Under this plan, the farmer !~i :i ::~ii !:::i would agree to carry out several conservation practices over a period of 3 to 10 years as provided by a complete conservation plan prepared by an S.C.S. technician. {June 1 is the last :.:. .:.: .:.: day to file a request for a long-term iii~ agreemont~ iili ::!!:: Special funds are available for the :!:~ i:.:: ~ :iii forestry incentive program: planting !iii !!ii ~ MII~I~I ::::i trees and woodland improve~nent practice as provided by Forestry Iiii iiii~l~mJ~ 11~l"f' [~ASt~s~L~/%H i!iiii Management Plan prepared by the :!:! ...... i!~ O~v~" ~ [ U MeU~t I:~ iiii Forestry Service. ilii *5,q~~ W/T ii~ i!i Soil tests are required for all practices needing lime and/or ii ! .... lilt. Less i!!i Improved ONE TOUCH ili fertilizer: Soil tests kits are ava abla i;~: l-or oepenaao,.._Y i:!:i~COLOR system !:! free of charge, h r n r t fo ilii energy eonsum ,,o... . :::: if! Federal cost-s a i g a es r ACP ili Snap-in, snap-out servicing ~ ::i:: services range from 50 to 70 percent. ::::::i convenience. ' iiil ~~pv ::ii Low-incOmepercent federalfarmerSfundin~.Culd receive 80 i ii The use of all Solid State circuits !i i !i::i The ASCS office will be closed ::ili eliminates some of the most trouble- i!i! i!il Monday May 26. for the Memorial Day iiii some causes of maintenance prob- ii::: !iii holiday. lems found in comparable tube type iiii -- ii!i " i!ii sets. In addition, service has literally !iii - .. :-:' .. ......... o c,u,v :::: Beautiful color pictures with the :::: > :!ii HOME because set functions are !::.: touch of a button. The One Touch :ii fully Color system combines" these :::: located on removable solid ill - iiil portant color controls s multa ii:! state circuit boards. In most cases :i:i " - iii! "" c ::: neously" " i:.:: a serviceman an simply unplug ::: i i: !!i! the faulty board, and snap in a newi::!::" Automatic fine tuning control ii ! one in minutes. !i!i (AFC) i!i Computer-tested circuitry i i:: Customatic tint lock--helps keep iii:: ii i General Electric circuit boards are iii constant pleasing skin tones, ili! :i:::':: sub:ected to computer checks i:i::::: . 'Auto Pre-Set". controls for color, :::::::: trot, and brightness, that operate iii before the set is assembled to help!::!i .... i ::i only when the 'Auto button assure dependability, high quality u ' " i!i:: :i[! and performance. , i:!i p snea. ' i!i! HEARING TEST SET FOR ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA. Electronic hearmg test will he Payment Plan HOM! II FURNITURE GtiNVltt[ BURNSVILLE Free Delivery APPLIANCES given at the Conrad Hotd in Glenville each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4~ p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 eoooooeeoeee If you won't pension Many people are not program with If you're one of deferred way own retirement fund. With a Metropolitan Program you can on up to 15% of your whichever is less, by to work to help a financial security. A pension is nice if it's not in the cards for~ call and I'll show you can do to take its place. Hunter B. Bee., Jr. 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W. Va. 26105 Office: (304) 295-4561 Residence: (304) 295-5353 Ladies Cotton House liens I averitk Jeans (food CAN YOU WORK WITHOUT We need 'nan or woman to sell full Spedalties, Calendars and Gifts in the able to plan own time and work supervision. accoemts are protected. Repeat Commissfmns payable when orders are The Advertising Specialty Line is the lud.stry. Calendars are manufactured at Write Bob M Kenzis. SAles M_anae Murphy Company, 110 So. Second St, R This Is A Quality Sale - Housed and OF THIS OFFERING" TERMS: CASH OWNE~ NOT RF, SPONSIBLE FOR AC~CIDENT~ MRS. E. LUNCH SERVED BY COX'S MILL 4-H AND HOMEMAKERS CLUBS JOHN E.