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2 The Glendlle Democrat/Pathfinder Friday. August 1.'t !!11'6 State will suffer under edict Gee. Moore's recent decision to relax air pollution standards controlling sulfur dioxide emissions was an insult to West Virginians whose concern for the state transcends the threats of a few loud-mouthed miners and the bully-boy policies of the state's carpetbagging electric companies. According to the West Virginia Citizens Action Group, coal burning facilities in the state can now increase their total sulfur dioxide emissions by 120 per cent. The group says that scientists have found that levels of sulfur dioxide lower than the state's previous limits can aggravate diseases such as asthma, bronchitis and heart conditions and can cause respiratory ailments in children and the elderly. Moore's claim that the modifications were necessary to save jobs does not stand up under investigation. The Citizens Action Group maintains that his decision could cost the jobs of West Virginia miners currently supplying low sulfur coal to the eight power plants now in compliance with emission standards. It is now possible for American Electric Power Co. to start importing its captive high sulfur coal from Ohio to feed plants now using low sulfur coal from southern West Virginia. Although the new waves of pollution probably won't reach Gilmer County, the mentality behind such a decision may. We can only hope that in Moore's last days he doesn't issue another one of his imperial edicts which may directly effect the environment of our own county. Seeks help in locating land To the Editor, I would like to appeal to the people of Gilmer Co. for help in locating some property on Ellis Rd, {The Ellis Road that turns off R# 33 and goes into Sand Fork.} The only information I have is: I} 87 Acres, Ellis Fork. Glenville District - Marshall T. Wiant Tract. 2) 53 Acres. Ellis Fork. Glenville District - William Messenger Tract. 3} 72 Acres Sycamore, Glenville District. I would appreciate the help of the good people of Gilmer Co. if anyone could help in locating the above property. I would appreciate getting this information as soon as possible. If anyone reading this can be of help, please write. Thank you Very Much. Sincirely, Jeanne Radcliff R# 3 Box 81 Philippi WV 26416 GIIAER COUNTY SOOLS LIST OF OFFICIAL TEXTBOOKS AND  FOR 1976-1977 SOtOOL YEAR Various parents' groups have requested that the Gflmer County Board of Education seek a way of letting parents know the cost of books before the upeeming scheol term begins Sept. 7. As a pubic service the Dmmocrat/Pathflnder is publishin$ the following price list for this year's book,. 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 Z 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 1 : 1 2 3 4 S S 6 6 7 8 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 TITLE PRICE IING: GIl  C@.ANY 1 N F sotmd t Word Book (Workbook} 1.49 I A Duck Is A Duck (Book) . $1.41 1 b Duck Is A Buck (Workbook) $1.72 I Bollcopters  Gingerbread .(Book} $1.41 I May ICcme In? (Book) $2.76 I Nay I Came In? (wo;kbook) $1.77 1 May I Come In? (Se-Help Act.) $1.07 I Sft, lm Is Magic (Book) $3.14 Sem Is Magic (workbook) $1.77 Sever. Is Magic (Self-Help Act.) $1.07 Tim Dog ext veer (Book) $3.30 The Dog Next Door (Workbook) $1.77 The Dog Next Door (Self-Help Act.) $1.07 How It Is Nowadays (Book) $3.48 Hod It Is Nowadays (Workbook) $1.77 How It Is New,lays (Self-Help Act} $1.07 With Skies  wings (Book) $3.55 With Skies  Wings (Workbook) i .77 With Skies  Wings (Self-Help Act,)$1.07 All Sorts of Things (Book) $3.55 All Sorts o Things (Workbook) $I.95 All Sorts of Things (solf-Help AC.}$I.07 Sun That Warms (Book) $4.42 The Sun That Warms (Workbook) $1.95 The Sun That Warms (SOl-Help AC.) $1.07 OnThe Edge (Book) $4.66 To "lrn A Stone (Ikk) $4.66 Stories To Enjoy ok 0da4tllan) $1.31 Rtdings To Enjoy Book (Maddillan) $1.17 Stories To Pemember Bk. (MacMillm)$1.35 Readings To Remem. Bk. (lqacMillen)$1.28 HATHIMATICS: HOLTt RINEt 6 WINSTON Welt School Math Primer (Workbook) $1. 90 Holt School Math Book I (Workbook)S3,38 BOlt School Math Book 2 (Workbook)S3.38 Holt School Hath Book 3 (Book) $5.49 Holt School Math Book 4 (Book) $5.49 Holt Sc2ol Math Book S (Book) $5.49 Holt School Math Book 5 (Workbeok)$1.95 Bolt School Math Book 6 (Book) $5.49 Bolt School Math Book 6 (Workbook)$1.g5 Holt School Math Book 7 (Book) $6.87 14o11: School Math ]k 8 (Book) $6.87 SPIKLING: WIGRAW - HILL Bsic Goals In Spelling 0vorkbook)$1.34 Basic Goals In Spelling (Workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spelling (Workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spelling (workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spellixg (Workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spelling (Workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spelling (workbook)S1.44 Basic Goals In Spelling (Workbook)S1.44 TITLE PRICE FGLISH: AHERICAN BOOK bANY 2 Patterns of Lanage Orange 0Vkbk.) $2.35 3 Patterns o Language Green {Book) $4.42 4 Patterns of Language Red (Book) $4.52 4 Patterns o Language Red (Wkbk.) $2.15 5 Patterns o Language Purple (BOok) $4.6. 6 Patterns o Language Yellow (Book) $4.76 6 Patterns o Language Yellow Otxbk.) $2.15 7 Messages  Meanings I (Harper  Row)$4.97 8 Messages 6 Meanings II (Harper 8 Row)$4.g7 SClIICE: LAIDLAW BR 3 Modn Science Book 3 $4.04 4 Vdern Science Book 4 $4.28 5 Medern Science Book 5 $4.28 5 Modern Science Laboratory Nanual $1.S 6 Hodern Science Book 6 $4.28 7 The Biological Sciences (Book) $6.42 ? The Biological Sciences (Lab. Man.) $2.26 8 The Physical Sciences (Book) $6.42 8 The Physical Sciences (Lab. Mama1) $2.26 SOCIAL STUDIES: SILVER IKDErT CCANY 2 Cmmmities  Their Needs (Book) $4.24 3 People Use the Earth (Book) $5.21 4 Learning To Look At Our World (Bk.) $5.0 5 Plan and Society (Book) $6.07 5 Msn and Society (worklxk) $2.29 6 Nan  Change (Book) $6.56 6 Man and Change 0brkbook) $2.29 7 Man and His qorld (Book) $7.31 7 /dan and His World (Workbook) $2.71 8 West Virginia History (Book) $7.72 $3.42 $3.42 $3.97 $3.97 HEALTH: SCOTT IP AND OPANY 5 Health and Growth Book S 6 Health and Growth Book 6 7 Health 7 (Laidlaw Co. ) Book 7 8 Health 8 (Laidlaw Co.) Book 8 /dditional books ,my be used at each level; however, there are sufficient copies in the school without having students purchase them. Published Every Thursday By GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. At 109 E. Main St GImwtlle. WV 26361 Phone 42-730S Second-Clan postage paid at Glenville snd st additional mailing offices Subscription price S.50 tax included in Gilmer County;, othm West Virginia residents 6.00 tax included. Out of state subscriptions 7.00. Cannot accept subscriptions for less than 6 months. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st, 1976.) ROBERT D. ARNOLD PRESIDENT/PUBLIsHER PAUL BROWN ,IOH JOAN LAYNE OFFICE MANAGER i PHOTO ALBU'M b TANK srrE-Cdenville Mayor Dolbert Davidmm and Glenville Utility Manager Mike DueHey are shown standing on the oundation for the city's new 300,000 gallon water tank. The 35-year old 150,000 gallon tank which had previously served the town is in the background. The new tank will be 32 ft. high diameter. The city will pay for the tank Sl00.000 grant from HUD. The tank should be uP weeks. [Democrat photo] GARDEN ODDITIES-As harvest time nears, local gardeners are beginning to flnd garden oddities that crop up once in a while. The three cucumbers were grown by Minter Cottrili at the mouth of Big Lick on Ellis Rd. near Llnn. The longest one measured 13 inches. The double squash was grown by Roy Thompson of 718 N. Lewis St., Glenvflle. [Democrat photo] AN IMPROMPTU CONCERT-Almost anytime during the some kind of music coming from Frank Beall's shop on Radcliff Ined Frank one morning last week for an August 14 - The "Gospel Mountaineers" from Colfax, Va. and the "Singing Coon Family" from Mm'gantown, will appear at the Gflmer County Recreation Center at 7:30 p.m. August 15 - The descendants of lame Matheny will hold a reunion at Parkersburg City Park. Please bring a basket lunch. There will be a business meeting in the afternoon. August 15 - The Blackburn United Methodist Church Homecoming will be held at 10 a.m. All siners are welcome. A picnic lunch will be served. August 15 - The Wooflar Family reunion will be held at the Point Pleasant Baptist Church, Falling Timber, on State Route 18. A basket dinner is planned. Aupt 15 - The Ware-Brown reunion will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleord of Cox's Mill. August 15 - The descendants of the late Ion and Lou Johns Collins will hold a reunion at Axbucide Park near Glenville. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. Prizes will be awardo& August 15 -  Goldsmith and Alltop reunion will be held at the Gflmar County Recreation Center. August 15 - The Hahman reunion will be hem at 10 a.m. in Glouster City Park, GIouster, Ohio. GIouster is located 16 miles north of Athens on Route 13. Bring a picnic lunch. August 15 - Rev. Wine will lead a revival at the Mr. Liberty Church. Tanner, beginning at 7:30 p.m. August 15 - The Reaser and Percy reunion wili be held at Cedar Creek State Park. August 17 - The Glenville P.T.A. will meet at the new e)ementary school at 7:30 p.m. Please bring your own chair. August 21 - The James Reunion will be held at 11 Recreation Center. Make reeervatinns for the 462-5369 or 462-7168 or by writing to Box 111, August 22 - The Lynch reunion will be held in the bl$ City Park. Bring a picnic lunch. September 7 - The Glenvflle City p.m. due to the September 6 holiday. Consumer N By Atty. Gem Chauncey Browning Over the years, those of us who have been stricken with headaches, colds, strained muscles, tension and a host of other minor ailments have relied on pills, ointments, lozenges and other such medicines to provide some kind of relief. These drugs, known as over-the- counter (OTC} or non-prescription medicines, have been the target of assult by consumer groups and government agencies for several years. Many controversies have arisen as to the safety and effectiveness of such drugs. In response, the Food and Drug Administration {FDA) in 1972 set out to evaluate the several hundred thousand OTC drugs available to the American consumer. Although these studies are still in progress, many important discoveries have been made. For eample, one whole class of OTC drugs was found to be useless and possibly harmful. The FDA's advisory panel 'designated the dru. ,,s "'daytime sedatives" and expressed doubts tirol these m,,dh'i=., !,:,,' ,,v making FDA used cough and scription When and oBe drugs, it steps are these and caP s regulatorY protect be on the on the KeeP drugs cannot t'lll't) t)r substitute : i