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6 The GlenviUe Democrat/Pathfinder luly I, 1976 named Jaycee of the yes 4 Innis,Fitzpatrick. Gilmer County rian. was named Glenville Jayce of the Year during the group's installation banquet last June New officers are Mike Anderson, present; John Wesffall, exterior resident; Tom Wilkerson. in- terio vice-president, Dave Barnes. secrdary: Steve Ellyson. treasurer and Marks, public relations officer. Board of Directors is of Bob Hardman, Bill Jim Collins and Dennis rick. Wilkerson, a local dentist. Jaycee of the Quarter award. as insurance agent, won an of the Year award for his promoting the work of the new r. President Mike Anderson was and the land areas that they occupy in Asia to land areas of similar size in the United States with their smaller populations. Butch Maxon, Region 3 Jaycee viceprasident from Morgan- town, spoke briefly to congratulate the Glenvflle club for its progress. Of the 2700 members in 70 chapters in the state the GlenviUe club was ranked 35th for its first year of activity. In addition to the wives of members at the banquet, visitors wore Keith Stanek, president of the Morgantown Jaycees; Richard Smith, Weston Jaycee president; and John Corkren, Weston chapter treasurer. Read-O-Rama schedule Cedar Lakes fair presents added attractions for July 4 The 1976 Mountain State Art and Craft Fair will celebrate the nation's Bicentennial with expanded exhibits portraying West Virginia's mountain heritage. This year's Fair will be held July 1-5 at Cedar Lakes, near Ripley. Mountain musicians will play from 9-9 daily, and as a special Bicentennial salute, a record will be cut during the Fair of the West Virginia melodies played on fiddles, hammered and plucked dulcimers, banjoes, guitars and bagpipes. Dec McConnell's Old-Time Au- thentic Medicine Show will appear five times a day July 4 and 5. McConnell will hawk recreations of the elixers and tonics used 1OO years ago to "cure what oils you" and fascinate the The special exhibits showing the mountain way of life always have been favorites with Fair-goers. This year, the new sheep shearing exhibit makes it possible for visitors to watch the entire "grass to garment" process. After the wool is shorn, it is carded and spun into yarn. The yarn then is colored with native vegetable dyes and woven on looms. Another new exhibit will be the old-time tin-type photographer's booth, where Fair-goers, clad in period costumes provided by the photograph- er, can have family portraits taken in the fashion of the 1860's. Equipment for disabled vets must Disabled veterans who are entitled to purchase or replace adaptive equipment for their automo- biles with government financial assistance should check first with the Veterans Administration to make certain the equipment has been approved, Sam A. Tiano, Director of the Huntington VA Regional Office, said today. New VA standards as to the quality and safety of such equipment went into effect on January 1, 1976. Tiano said an estimated 63,000 disabled veterans of World War II and thereafter are eligible or have already received assistance in the purchase and equipping of automobiles. Under the VA program, a one-time grant of up to $3,300 is available to eligible veterans for the purchase of an automobile. The VA will then provide Depending on veteran s ,iqabiliW, equipment can control of brakes relocation of foot equipment for seats The amount of adaptive depends on the veteran. Eligibility for program is World War II and current service service-connected loss of use of one or or permanent im both eyes to a Interested tact a VA benefi prosthetics nearest VA office, .................. d; ....... ;,, ,h,. m.d;,;., h.,.. 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