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President 25-31 as Labor has Virginia very ,k. is an Virginia state COmmunity of also from safety and and |uly 7.2, 1976 Crop rotatkn may cut losses from r00ident fites00,e GlenvHie De--rat/Pathfinder 7 According to National Safety Former public ; Council estimates, last year agri- 0fco cultural work accidents claimed the lethal Ereen bean fungus lives of nearly 2000 persons and William ( ' } Jones, 30, a . Chapel Hill in 1970. He fried for the around 190,000 suffered disabling attorney in the Mecklenburg County seat now held by Judge I. Edward iniuries. These figures relay the following message loud and clear: farm residents must incorporate safe practices in their daily lives in an effort to control these accident losses. Area farmers and garden growers are currently being plagued by fungi which threatens to wipe out crops of bush and pole-type green beans. According to a pamphlet prepared by John Baniecki, WVU extension specialist in plant pathology and entomology, there is no known means of chemical control for the fungi, Fusarium sp. and Rhizoctonia sp. usually referred to as "dry root rot". The first symptoms noticed by the grower are usually a slight dwarfing of the plant and a yellowing of the foliage. Upon close examination, writes Baniecki. the roots of the plant are often found to be brown, or reddish-brown and the discolored area The Department of Labor has a wealth of material available to educate the small farmer in the essentials of safe working practices in the farm industry. Bulletins relating to various farm hazards are available upon request, including: "Guarding and Shielding Farm Equipment", "Tractor Safety Equipment", and "Safe Use of Pesticides". Departmental personnel will be providing free farm safety consultation inspections as well. Safety and Health consultation officers conduct these inspections to analyze work procedures, identify hazardous conditions, and either recommend corrective measures or conduct training designed to remove prevailing threats to safety and health. Commissioner Mills noted that is beginning to dry out. In the earlier stages, the taproot is reddish in one or more areas with the discoloration eventually covering the whole taproot. Sometimes red streaks may be found extending into the stem above the soil surface. Later the taproot and lateral roots begin to shrivel and dry out. although the Labor Law of West The following cultural practices, Virginia covers the inspection and accordins to Baniecki, will effectively operating permits for all steam boilers reduce losses: or inboilersthe state,which there are agricultural 1. Rotation - The fungi are 'ty i are exempt from this soil-borne and will build up rapidly if ca, I code. However, his Boiler Section will beans are planted in the same place make safety inspections of such boilers sh. - I without obligation upon request, Mills year after year. It is wise to rotate , any I is hoping for widespread support of the crops as much as possible, with a state's participation in Farm Safety three-year rotation being most MADE | Week. desirable. I For further information regarding 2, Delay Planting - It has been the safety consultation service, farm estimated that 90 per cent of the green S  safety literature, and the agricultural beans in West Virginia are planted too boiler inspection service, contact the early, in soil that is too cold. Delay R . Safety and Boiler Divison of the West planting until the soil has warmed up, Y ! 3. Plant Shallow - Bean seed Virginia Department of Labor at (304) should not be covered with more than 16147 348-7890. I 1112 inches of soil. 4. Treat Seed - The germinating seed can be protected from root-rot fungi by coating them with a chemical. Some seed can be purchased which has been pre-treated, and this is advisable, but, the grower can do his own treating. Mix one tablespoon of 75% THIRAM or 75% CAFTAN and ROCKY FORK NEWS one ounce of LINDANE and 25% wettable powder per bushel of bean seed. Rough handling of seed reduces germination. Treated seed must not be used for feed or food. A commercial seed protectant can also be used which contains both a fungicide (THIRAM or CAPTAN) and an insecticide [LINDANE). Follow the label directions. For more information contact County Extension Agent. Everett Mason in the courthouse annex. Pubic Defenders office, filed today for Stukes, 72, who is retiring. , a seat on the Mecklenburg district He has no opposition for he seat in I court bench. Jones, a Democrat, was formerly a law clerk with U.S. District Judge James B. McMillan and worked with the law firm of Casey and Daly. He joined the Public Defenders office when it opened last October. Jones a 1967 graduate of Davidson College. received his law degree from the University of North Carolina at the primary election. Bill is the son of former Glenville residents, Lloyd M. {Casey} and Ella .... Jones, now of Morgantown. "Casey" was Business Manger of Glenville State College for some 34 years while Ella was a Gilmer county high school teacher, Their daughter Sarah {Mrs Carl E. Ingrain} now lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia. ANNUAL CLASS A HORSE SHOW Sat., July 31 12:30 & 7 p.m. Sun., August 1:00 p.m. 53 CLASSES Refreshments & Dmners Served Blue Grass Riding Club Tuckers Run Road Spencer, W. V a. inventory quarters.' y to make mote build inventory, to your business premi- Sound business purpose a bank business loan terms, ind prompt business loans the We were sorry to hear of the death of Norman Ables on Monday, July 12. Visitors at the home of Hazel Flint this past week included Terry and Flint of Barberton. Ohio; Mary Collins, Dan Riffle. Levitsburg, Oh. and the family of Homer Wilfong from Pennsylvania. Debby Grimes is visiting this week in Barberton, Ohio. Ronnie end Agnes Heater went shopping in Weston with Iazel Flint last Thursday. The Rocky Fork Homecoming will be held July 25. The Blackburn Church Home coming wilt be held the third week in August. Everybody is invited and there will be plenty of food for one and all. Helen Collins and Blanche Carver were shopping in Glenville and Burnsville Friday. Alvin Collins and his mother went shopping in Glenville on Friday, Helen Collins and Blanche Gibson went shopping in Glenville and Burnsville on Saturday. U nion Bank Remember that the deadline for all ne and advertising in the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday m 6 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may be even earlier. HM your news and advertising in early to avoid dluppoint- merit WESTON Buy A Seat Dance / 2 / for New Glenville Elementary School Gilmer Co. Recreation Center I 21, 1976 10 P.M. to I A.M. | 1 Donation $10.00 per couple o Music By ! and the Country Gentlemen j .llom 1.0:-8. aon.Thru i