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STARS Four approach is usually a an emotional one. You seek new the sun. When you begin te those experiences, into one. tell. Days flit by. LIBRA (9-23-10-23): Finances, communications, Uch and home accented this an Week, Unexpected expen- the diture possible, be sure it's necessary. Phone bill may be run up by a blabbermouth. Instead of tennis elbow you On COuld have bent elbow. Go on to better things. Week ends You with a lovely romp. SCORPIO (10-24-11-22): Is a New money and talent w sources open up this week. Choose among them careful- ly, but do choose. Several have real possibilities. Don't white-wash obligation, you'd be staring at it again in a short time, Scorp. SAGITTARIUS (11-23-12- 21): You may think there's a plot to keep you busy, Sag. a Let's not hear any woe-is-me stories, though. You knew an perfectly well what you were r. getting into. Coins are put in t- your pocket and week rings off. CAPRICORN (12-22-1-19): Week starts happily with to frolic on the agenda. Then, stay clear while someone spills the beans. You have opportunity to make key per- son see things your way; use on it Later, Cappy grins on way to bank. a AQUARIUS (1-20-2-19): The word commitment tends to strike terror in the hearts of many freedom loving Aquarians. You are entering a period where there are strings attached, and you may just have to pick up one or two of them. This is one of the ways, dear heart, your strong character is built. PISCES (2-20-3-30): YOU may have a tussle with your Conscience and beliefs, Pisces, as you decide whether to speak or remain 1- silent. Listen to inner voice, Later, use any old excuse to have a party. Week sneaks by. ;Wearing a linen headdress folded defend them from demons. NVILLE RETTE all brands $3.99/carton MILK $1.59/gal. Swifts Preteen BEEF Tender ! ours Men. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to10 p.m. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Crossword Puzzle Planetarium Here's the Answer ACliOSS 58 Mounds used 1 Red planet by golfers 5 Source of 59 Indian weight light 60 Grafted (her) 8 Heavenly DOWN body 1- stars arc 12 Toward the visible only sheltered side through a 13 Priority telescope (prefix) 2Centuryplant 19Organ ([ 14 Hebrides 3 Communists hearing island 4 Boil 21 Sok tit) 15 Protuberance 5 Gush forth 24 Moist 16 Miss Merkle suddenly 25 River ir 17 Feminine 6 Footed vase Germ:my appellation 7 Tidiness 26 Crry (cell) 18 Day before 8 Taciturn 27 MilscL=lille (poet,) 9 Blow, as a appellatit)l 20 African fly horn 28 Distinct part 22 Head coverirg l0 Blackbirds of 29 Memoraltdum 23 Negative cuckoo family 30 Pitcher prefix 11 Demolish 32 Pressmen 24 Hinder 27 Third largest planet 31 Bustle 32 Footlike part 33 At this time 34 Encountered 35 Short-napped fabric 36 Follower 37 Triumph ! 40 Penetrate 42 Sea eagle 43 Card game 4% Weasel-like r animal 47 Horn 51 Goddess of discord 52 East (Fr.) 54 Go by aircraft 55 Royal Italian family name " 56 Scottish sheepfold '9" 57 Hurl 38 Poems 39 Exist 40 Eternity 41 Lined 43 Tardier 44 Body part $ 45 Gaelic 46 Ceremony 48 County in Florida 49 Formerly 50 Got up 53 Observe II1! .n m .n m .m m II1! ...._ I = k.mm m OURANCESTORS "You'll never deal like this a.g;ain! We've make the 62 A.D, chariots!" ': unty Senior Citizens "t00Pbrt" got to }anet Haymaker, from the State Department of Welfare, will be at the center June 7 to demonstrate and give information about the preventicare program. Popular in many of the state's county's, her program is tailor made for senior citizens and will begin shortly after lunch. According to Mrs. Masel Pritt. the center will be opened throughout the Folk Festival. Ice water will be served free, coffee will be sold, and hand quilts will be sold. On Friday, June 18, the center will serve a pancake breakfast beginning at 7 a.m. and continuing as long as there is a demand. Both the center and the nutrition group will sponsor the meal which wil consist of three pancakes, one egg or sausage, brown sugar syrup and coffee. There will be a nominal charge for the meal. A Rummage Sale is presently underway with proceeds going to the nutrition group. Additionally, all Gilmer County Senior Citizens are invited to attend the annual picnic at Ravenswood, June 9. Sponsored by the Jackson County Senior Citizens, the program will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those attending are expected to bring a covered dish. Jackson County seniors will provide the meat and drink. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at # Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grin, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, MY Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go.Mart Food Store, The Towne bUY-word ,ok,tore, and 611mer Graphics, in Inc. cars e ii bY'word in car financing J GILMER COUNTY AT THE AUCTION BARN AND SAVE Top Town Hill A UNION BANK. Glenville We sell antiques, new and Glenville ,.,o, merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Auctioneer f ,, i, I June 3, 1976 DWl School begins June 1 The DWI Countermeasure School, created by an act of the West Virginia Legislature in March, 1976 and open only to motorists who have been convicted for first offense Driving While Iptox/cated {DWI), will become effective June t. Motorists convicted in courts, in or out of the state for DWI, are eligible for admission into the program unless the individual has a prior conviction of DWI in West Virginia or any other state, has other felony charges pending as a result of the DWI offense or was driving without a valid operators license at the time of the DWI arrest. Candidates must be certified by the Department of Motor Vehicles, who will in turn notify the Department of Mental Health. Motorists electing to attend the Countermeasure School after having been certified can retain limited driving privileges, enabling him to drive to and from work, at work, and to and from the Countermeasure School. Any failure to complete the program would result in the immediate revocation of this limited driving privilege. Countermeasure schools are located throughout West Virginia and are the responsibility of the Division on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. The curriculum consists of six classes, three hours long, plus at least two hours of individual counseling for each offender during the six-week course. A school in Clarksburg will serve Gilmer, Harrison, Doddridge, Lewis and Braxton counties. Classes will be held at the Central District Mental Health The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathfinder T Send in your subscription re- Center with Gerald Schmidt as the newals promptly. instructor. The in-class sessions will be broken in'to two separate parts. The first part is the defensive driving course. The objective of this segment is to make the students better drivers and to try to reduce highway acidents. The second part is the countermeasure instruction and encourage each person to explore and assess his behavior as it relates to alcohol. Information on the DWI Counter- measure School program is available by calling the Clarksburg Center on Alcoholism 623-5661.  GROCERIE$ GASOLINE GREENWARE We Now Have Unleaded Gas! HANDMADE NECKLACES Strawberry Barrels I I I 30--s0 GeL Oak I is designed to 1 Orr i ,s, to explor . at , r it relat l The Woodshed ! t DWI Cou ,r- I = 405 N. Lewis St. I )g n is avai lie I Smaller Kegs Available I 'k irg Cent )n and Drug Abuse at I For Beverages I Lm munro  ill Illl Lllllll Glenvtlle Variety Shop HOBBLES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS CRAFTS 907 N. Lewis St., (;lenville, W.Va. 462.8635 mE i g i i I i i  _ ii i --  - II II I I I J .... William Hunt, Inc. REALTORS 512  Sweet - Gussaway Office 364-8365 Or 364-5547 For Sale Darling's Barn Beautiful 4 sliding glass doors, overlook, stream and wood=, $ acres land hidden away on Turkey Run of Dusk Camp. Introductory price $12,900. Inside unfinished. The Board Of Trade 00SIDEWALK SALE Three Days Of Super Bargains!!! Thursday - Friday - Saturday Jlnme 3 -4- 5 IN WESTON While You're Shopping Downtown, Register With A Downtown Merchant For A Chance To Win: A Rare French Chocolate Male Poodlee AKC Registered, Valued At Approximately '200 . Given Away June 5 " At The Conclusion Of The Pet Show 2-4 PJVI. At The Citizen's Bank Lot. Members Of The Retail Division Of The Lewis County Chamber Of Commerce Adlers, Inc. Allison, Weber & Wyant Bennett Home & Auto Supply Butcher.Layfield Lumber Co. Caplan's Jewelry Store The Cato Corp. Central W.Va. Service Corp. W.H.A.W. The Citizens Bank J.B. Cox Floyd Funeral Home Fountain Rite-Aid Weston Livestock Sales Co., Inc. Gem FurnRure Co. H-P Stores of WV, Inc. Kane's Hardware Kaplan's, Inc. Keystone Shoe Store The Kroger Company Lewis Loan Company Minnlch's Florist G.C. Murphy Company J.C. Penney Company Richard Smith Jewelry The Specialty Shop Taylor's Tire Service Weston Democrat The Weston Independent Weston Ashley's Outlet Weston Maytag AppHan Weston National Bank Weston Television Cable Corp. Withers Broadcasting Co. Of W.Va. W.D.T.V. Wunder Shoe Store, inc. Lewis County Savings & Loan Company