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2 The Glenvflle Demoerat/PatbClnde Frldsy, July 23. 1970 Insure charter availability In an editorial written last week about the unavailability of the city charter, it was not my intent to ridicule city employees or City Recorder Edna White. I have since found that several people thought that was the meaning of my statements. It is not the employees or Mrs. White's fault that only one copy of the charter and ordinances exist and they weren't instructed as to it's whereabouts. I apologize to these people if they felt they were unjustly criticized. However, I must re-state the point that I was trying to make last week. The city charter and ordinances are public documents and as such should be open and available to the public at all times. The fact that there is only one complete copy of the charter and ordinances would seem to make it all the more important that copies be made. The one copy that does exist is in the mayor's personal possession. One copy should be in a vault or other secure place and another should be in the city office for public inspection. RPB Barb's Wire BARBARA WILLIAMS Extensien Agent Nostalgia hit last week, and as I dug through the ancient scripts, I discovered that some wit, back in the eighth grade, had nominated me for the position of the first female president of the United States. Far out, huh? I'd probably have let it 8o at that, had it not been for the noise over the Democratic convention. What sort of s platform would I have? Well. I think that first of all, I would advocate a law whereby short people !would automatically be placed on the front row during parades and concerts. !Then, I would make wedding rings mandatory for married men. I would ban :anything containing the slogan "Gentlemen prefer blondes", and institute a new :policy re-educating the public to the gross discrimination toward brunettes. I would appoint a special Congressional committee to look into the development of a replacement for the ever accident-prone umbrella (that's for *Je4 Jarrell). All public toilets would be subject to a new federal standard :requiring soft toilet tissue, and movie theaters would be aksed to provide discounts for those persons occupying less-than-average space, by benefit of unusually miniscule pectoral endowments. Lest you are still unconvinced of my ability to serve in this capacity, let me assure you that my vice-presidential running mate, Robert Redford, would be most willing to help out. Well ..... as soon as I ask him. Therecive of the week is a nutritious milkshake for hot and hungry kids. It is a combination of  cup of mint jelly,  cup creamy peanut butter, and a quart of very cold milk, gradually beaten into the mixture. I wouldn't drink it, but the Statff Department of Agriculture thinks that your kids might! Praise for camp's success Qm I1 To Tbe ! : The 1976 Gilmer County Youth Opportunity Camp has completed another successful camp session. One Hundred three boys and girls from Gflmer County participated in this year's camp. A camp of this nature would not have been possible unless it had the support of the total county. This year four agencies jointly cooperated in this program: Community Action Association, Department of Welfare, Board of Education and Glenville State College. It was a good year from the point of view of community involvement. Special thanks go to certain local merchants who were so helpful in securing needed materials for camp and even made donations of merchandise to our camp. Gilmer County seems to abound with talented people who give of their time and talents to this camp. A special thanks to all of the resource people who helped in the camp. Gilmer County is indeed fortunate to have a fine facility for camping such as the Recreation Center and its highly capable and courteous staff. Thanks for such a Wonderful community effort, Tim Carney - Camp Director Gilmer County Youth Opportunity Camp Folk fest Eroup says thanks Otha 00tor, We, the members of the West Virginia State Folk Festival committee would like to take this opportunity to thank the many merchants, churches, towns people and Glenville State College for again allowing us the use of their facilities, and giving of their money and time. We also wish to commend the Mayor and the Glenville police for keeping the peace during the crowded evenings, affording everyone a good time. Without all of the help of the above our Folk Festival could not continue. We also wish to extend an open invitation to ALL citizens ot the commumty to attend our September meeting at which a full financial report will be given. The Folk Festival Committee Not an 'other visitor' In an issue of your paper dated for June, an article in the Stumptown News was a bit misprinted. it was listed visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones were their children. Only two were listed, Mrs. Gaff Turner and myself (Mrs. James Fishel) are also Mr. and Mrs. |one's children. We wore listed, as "Other visitors." What i don,t unrstand is why it wasn't printed the same wgy it was written for the paper? 11 you, Mrs. James lal assistance in the actual operation of the tournament. 00Golf tommeM sccesshd On behalf of Glanville Golf Qub a hearty "thank-you" is extended to those , including the pariciptmts, who made the Carlos Ratliff Memorial Tournament the successful event that it was. Spatial thanks goes out to John Lilly, Bill Lilly and Duffy Collins for their work in preparla8 the course for play, and to Nick Murin, Dennis Fitzpatrick. Jim Collins and Nadine Waggonsr for their ma00. rap A. Sde Totmmmt PHOTO Fann family of the year Cheerfully working together has ffecome a way of life for the Vinton Robinson family of Tanner. It takes a lot of hard work and cooperation to maintain a small family farm these days and the Robinsons have done that most successfully. The Robinson family was selected by the Farmers' Home Administration as the Farm Family of the Year for the area served by the Grantsvi]]e office of the FmHA. The Robinsons operate a 70-acre farm on Bull Creek near Tanner. In addition Mr. Robinson manages an 18-acre tract of woodland from which he sells lumber. FEEDING THE DUCKS - Part of the daily chores of Tammy Robinsoa is feeding the livestock which also chickens and three pigs. [Democrat Photo] VINTON ROBINSON- Splitting his time between the farm and a 8rowing lumber business keeps Vintou Robinson busy every day. [Democrat Photo] CALENDAR OF EVENTS July 24 - Clean-up day at lietntz Cemetery. All interested persons please come end help. July 2S--The Beiley faudly reunion will be held at the Broad Run Baptist Ghurch beeimdn 8 at 2:30 p.m. Brin 8 a picnic lunch. July 25-'l'ae Kuhl family rennkm will be held at ArburJde Park. Brln 8 a picnic lunch. July 25. The twenty-first annual Rocky Fork Pioneer Day will be held at the Rocky Fork Methodist Church. Bring a picnic lunch. All singing groups are invited. July 31 - An outdoor sing will be held at Jackson's Mm Ampitheatre at 7 p.m., featurin 8 the Branham Family of Tennessee and The Sojourners of Weston. Everyone is welcome. Aqtmt 1-The COx family reunkm will be held at the GJlmer County Recreation Center. Augnst 1 - The Sumpter family reunion will be held st the Gflmer County Recreation Center. Drin8 a basket lunch. Augast 1 - The Sumpter family reunion will be held at the Gflmer County Recreation Center. Bring a basket lunch. Aupst I - The Prltt family reunion will be held at the Acbuclde  Park. Bring a picnic lunch.  AuJlt 12 - A m.tins of the Glimer County chapter of the D.A.V. will be held at 7 p at the Glenvme City HaIL - |El I I lie Recuperatin! just fee To the Editor, I would like to let my friends in Gilmer County know I am home recuperating from open heart surgery, and thank all you that have sent get well cards including the members of Rehekah LodHe #104. I also want to thank tho that called. I send a special thank you to Byron and Grace Rinehart of Charleston, . W.Va. for their cards, letters and many calls. p Rodney Reed Baltimore Md. THE FAMILY GARDILN - Brenda, Thnmy, Temmy Vintoa Robinson in the daily upkeep of the fandly Records set in primary Secretary of State James R. McCartney announced that his office has completed an analysis of the multi-record breaking May 11 Primary election. Some of the records and other statistics based on an analysis of returns since the 1932 election include: BICENTENNIAL PRIMARY ELECTION FACTS Greatest percentage voter turnout in primary election - 53.4%, Greatest turnout of Democrats in primary election - 416,163. Greatest percentage turnout of registered Democrats in primary election - 59.0%. Greatest number of registered Democratic voters in the history of the state - 705,062 (66.3% of the registered voters in the state). Largest number of total registered voters since 1960- 1,063.471. Largest primary voter turnout since 1952 - 567,927. Republican percentage turnout - 44.9% 1968 Over (52.5O/o) in 558.577). Wood, Marion Logan and '76 {252.420). counties. '76 primm (11,z21). counties. 18 than 65.5 voters 696,772). counties Marshall, Wayne. Published Every By GILMER COUNTY PUi At 108 E. Main St. Olenville, WV 26381 Phone 4Z-7308 Secend-Class postage paid at end at aklltj niling Subscription price $5.50 tax included Wast Virginia residents $6.00 tax gubscriions $7,00. Cannot accept 6 months. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE ROBERT D: ARNOLD PAUL BROWN -- JOAN LAYNE