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Sports Afield By Ted Kesting too old s, xm and tou a Pennsylvania Dutch applies to dogs as The hours we g dog some- getting us no- the dog finally of wisdom, old age upon him. B. Robinson, Gundogs Sports Afield reports on wisdom inerses with the July issue of the he relates the fol- experience: I acquired a new retrievel- She was given friends who hmnd her to untrainable, un- and just about un- 1 accepted Clap be- ,v, It,,amber one, beau- number two, obviously She was 11 moeths old, pounds and was smart discovered that no the muscle to stop her whatever she wanted I fought it out with mean [ought it out! old clothes and heavy attempt to force her to by overpowering progress. I taught and she understood then disobeyed difficult. Bringing house was impossible. knocking down fur- which way, grabbing in sight and rest. season ar- my hands full with stuck Clco in the left her there. For three months she got hind and water and her kennel was cleaned daily, bnt she got m further at- tention. In nay mind, I doubted that I was going to be able to get through to her. "Therefore, when bird seascm ended and I had no further ex- cuses for avoiding Clan, I was amazed to find that she was a changed dog! I brought her out of the kennel and called her to come to me. She came! I said sit and she sat, heel and she heeled. Stay and she stayed It was incredible. After 15 minutes of assuring my- self that Clap was actually reslxmd- ing, I took her into the hmse. Her behavior, on command, was per- fect. "What I had done was let Glee grow up a little. She'd outgrown her puppy rambunctiousness and finally realized that it was better to do what she was told than to be left in the kennel forever. Today she is the best behaved dog I bare." This does not infer that all dogs will outgrow their bad habits as time passes, nor is it suggested that you just sit back and let a dog grow up before cracking down on his be- havior. But it is possible that many of the toughest training problems sometimes can't be solved until the dog matures, and then they seem to soh,e themselves. Often the best thing to do when an impasse is reached in training is to put the dog back in the kermel for a spell, giving him time to think things over and mature. Don't leave him there until he reaches old age - hut perhaps let a few weeks pass. dm licem deadline nean for the 1976 must be sent to Natural Resources "Applications not be accepted," chief Dan E. are urged to their applications the deadline. available at all county clerks' offices, license agents and Department of Natural Resources district offices. Only West Virginia residents are eligible for the special deer hunting season to be held Dec. 10-11, 1976. Resident landowners or their bona fide tenants are not required to submit an application if they plan to hunt on their own land. Erut for Track Hall Moore, Jr., last $1,202,500 grant utilizing Ap- Commission funds the U.S. National of Fame in Acting Assistant rnde the grant Moore at a D.C. Appalachian Section 214 which were make the award Federal Appachian the ceremony of the of Fame will the growth of the tourist industry in West Virginia and thereby contribute to the overall economic development of the State." The Track and Field Hall of Fame will be located along Interstate 64 near .the City of Hurricane, West Virginia. The project will include construction of a shrine building housing a museum, auditorium and library, and, parking facilities and picnic areas. Ap- proximately 150,000 persons including a large number of out-of-state tourists are expected to visit the Hall during its first year of operation. By generating sales tax revenues and substantial expenditures for food, lodging and related retail items, the project will provide a significant economic benefit to the Charleston area and West Virginia as a whole. The Hall of Fame will employ approximately 35 persons during its first year of operation. & July 1, 1976 .Sand.?rk wins twice .... I in rain maned week Only two games were played last week in the laycees junior league. The rest of the games were rained out. Sand Fork rebounded from an embarrassing opening game lose to Troy by defeating Glenville 5-1 and Tanner 15-5. In Tuesday's game against the Glenville Reds, Danny Minney struck out eight batters and helped his own cause by getting a single, double and triple. His brother Paul stroked a bases-loaded home run to insure the victory. Gary Layne struck our four in a losing effort. In the "B" league game Glenville won 6-5 behind the pitching of Bobby Fox. Sand Fork traveled to Tanner last Thursday. Pitcher A.I. Stewart struck out five and scored three runs in leading the Lions to victory. Danny Minney helped the cause by stroking a home run and a triple. Malcolm Allison struck out seven in a losing effort. Tanner won the "B" league game 15y a 7-2 count. Winning pitcher Chris Weaver struck out five, T. Putnam was the losing pitcher. Mark Allison had a triple for the Braves. State police gear up for most dangerous weekend of summer Colonel R.L. Bonar, Superinten- dent, Department of Public Safety, said Wednesday that the 4th of July weekend, in view of the Nation's Bicentennial celebration, will probably be the most dangerous weekend of this summer season. The 4th of July holiday will begin at 6 p.m., Friday, July 2, 1976 and will end midnight Monday, July 5, 1976, and will encompass a total period of seventy-eight (78} hours. Colonel Bonar indicated that he intends to use all available manpower', the State Police Atr Wing, and tffG' Army National Guard helicopters in an aSl-ouI effort to curtail accident involvement in West Virginia over tld) holiday weekend. Colonel Bonar pointed out that be traveling through West Virginia over this holiday weekend. Colonel Bonar urges all West Virginians to be especially considerate of those drivers who are traveling through our state. In so doing, you will provide less traffic congestion and make this a more meaningful holiday for all of us, VA .Kws EDITOR' NOTE: Following are representative questions answered daily by VA counselors. Full information is available at any VA office many citizens of our Nation will be Q - I have a SlO,O00 National traveling toward the Nation's Capital Service Life insurance policy which I because of the bicentennial year; and converted to a 20-payment life several inasmuch as West Virginia is located  years ago. I would like to assign my geographically near the National policy to my bank. Is tl,s permissible? Capital, many out-of-state velcles will Marriages :. coal underlying 86 acres on Stewart's Lonuie Rose. 28. of Troy and Mic Creek and all the coal underlying Marie Funk, 20, of Troy. ", i approximately 902 acres contained in Wills 12 different tracts along the Little appoint Kanwha River in Glenville district. Hey S. Keith Jr. was of ov John Talbott and others granted to administrator of the estate  y  Keith. "  "omes B. Talbott a parcel of land Evelyn Mooe-.-,,apliate&-.contaim-25 acres on theaters of iiubstitute administratrix for the estate of Dewey Mace. Thomas McPherson was appoint- ed administrator for the estate of Corn May Alltop. Deeds Mervin R. Hinkle granted to Mr. and Mrs. James L. James a 40 acre tract of land on the waters of Dry R.un on the Little Kanawha River m Glenville district. Thomas McPherson and others granted to Lisa Janke 6.5 acres situated on Lower Big Run of Cove Creek in Troy District. Gearold Frame grants to Jesse Davis a parcel of land on the waters of Laurel Run, Center district. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnett granted to Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Reed Jr. 2,590 sq. ft. in the City of Glenville. Lilly O. Ware grants to J.W. Mclaughlin 83 acres on the waters of Big Cove Creek, 58 acres on the waters of Bloody Run, 2V2 acres on the waters of Bloody Run, 8 acres on the waters of Bloody Run and 144 acres on Bloody Run and 73 acres on Horn Creek, all in Troy district. Eula M. Beeghley granted to Eastern Assoicated Coal Corp. all the 2.98 PR. ] 3.99 PR. ,-,uP Rml closed 7.99 & UP DEPT STORE The State Department of High- ways will close Rt. 17/2 next Monday Fn| "'011 Tilt UA||'" and Tuesday. This road follows Peachtree Run and is a spur off the dlAIII'SVILLIE road which follows the left-hand fork The Glenville Democrat/Pa S 4 of Steer Run. PINE MANOR GROCERY GLENVILLE rP w for that new Gun or Bow, if you wait till fall, a lot of lll be hard to get and the price may be higher. i Bows and hunting supplies arriving almost daily. of pellet rifles and pistols in stock hew hand guns in stock. FaMng Timber and Spruce Runs in Troy district. "Mr. and Mrs. 1. Steven Scherer granted to Mr. and Mrs. John Collins a parcel of land containing 7,540 sq. ft. in the Brooklyn addition to the City of Glenville. ADULTS TOO - While youngsters do all the playing, adults are behind planning of Jaycee junior league baseball. Coaches like Tom Moore [above] of Troy give lnstructin while adult umpires enforce the rules. [Democrat Photo] ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: A - No. Government life insurance policies are not assignable by the insured, nor may the insured divest himself of ownership. Q -- Does my VA compensation check, for a service-connected disability, include allowances for my children? A -If the service-connected disability is rated at 50 per cent or more. the amount of compensation will include amounts for all qualifying dependents that have been reported to the VA. Q -- Can a veteran receive community nursing home care at VA expense? A -Nursing home care service at VA expense is limited to veterans. whose condition is service connected and to VA hospitalized nonservice-con- nected veterans who are unable to defray the expense. illimiq Prim Latex Hence g formerly 10.6 i I.. Floor formerb m I 1 nw is" l Dripless formerly 0.90 .. now 7.99 ! Semi Glass Varniah I I now 10.g6 I ! i Greens Paint & Wsllpapef i 22 Main Avenue I Weston, W. Va. 26452 I IIBmimnmmmmimnliIll ! Purina Chows Farmers Friend We carry a complete line of P Chows  Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Supplements: ........................................... Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK f::r suPPLY Glenville, WV BUILDING? S .BUYING? Tell Us Your Electric Needs As Early As Possible Your new electdc service connec- tion may take several weeks advance notice if it Involves the addition of a new pole, transformer or other changes in our distribution system. We need this time for engineedng, securing right of way, obtaining the necessary materials, scheduling your request with the many others we re- ceive, plus actually doing the work. So if you plan to build a new house or buy a new mobile home, please notify our nearest office as soon as possible. This will help us to provide electdc set. vice when you want it. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System j