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| August 12, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/ Patlffinder 5 ! Fishermen register 134 trophy size fish All stars finish with " for Tanner were Minor, Allison, Pettit, I| Member " Frymier and Hinzman. The winning " :i!] _OC  pitcher wasDannySimmons. Troy'sB even record in Belpre ,vfi:.-  ./, State fishermen have registered this period, including a 35-inch team also won with a score of 7-6. TS in the FIELD ( 134 trophy-size fish with the walleye, 11muskellunge ranging from The Pirates defeated Tanner " Department of Natural Resources for 39-48 inches and 32 largemouth bass again on Aug. 6, 14-1. James Cares hit ;timer County's first represent - trophy fish citations during the period ranging from 191A-25 inches, a home run for the winners. Simmons atives in the Ohio Junior BasebaI] : %O  Feb. 1- July 8, 1976, according to Robinson noted, "This program was the winning pitcher and Frymier Tournament finished with a 2,2 David Robinson, of the wildlife not only recognizes outstanding fishing was the loser, tourney record when the Gilmeff - resources division, achievement, but provides us with \\;O Aug. 2 Troy smashed County All Stars defeated Eastwood, : STAN MESEROLL Robinson said, "Since this is a useful data for our fisheries program." Normadtown 18-3. Randy Peggs, Todd Ohio 10-6 on July 31. ago Dave stood before a large audience to present a 15 began, he placed three plastic pistols--cap guns, sold as As he spoke he took up one of the toys and fired the caused a small stir - an attention getter, some speakers He continued his talk and soon fired the second It brought smiles, but when he picked up the third pistol me withdrew a .22 bullet from his pocket and held it up for over the crowd Calmly, Dave pulled the copper [he had loosened it previously, at home), emptied the re-inserted the slug and announced that he had just bullet harmless. Quickly then, he slipped the .22 caliber into the toy gun, pointed it at the ceiling, and pulled the Brantner, a West Virginian, a sportsman, and President Federation. His plastic pistol theatrics were staged in at a U.S. Senate hearing on a proposed gun control bill Dave was the last of many to testify and was there to After firing the .22 caliber bullet; Brantner then of the bill and announced that the toy was made in Purchased in almost any department store. Not only could amino, he said, hut it can do it lethally at close range. can gun registration or your bill control this handgun?" and finished his testimony opposing HR 11193. with many about gun control, and not surprisingly guns--handguns, rifles, or shotguns--for sport is I a tradition, a heritage. "They'll never pass gun control the accepted opinion among those I've met. But Dave active membership in the Federation, think otherwise. Like , legislation, and propaganda from all across the nation, including from some legislative How close has the antigun movement come to West this latest move: " including County, received an a brochure, and two to join the "National Gun The membership fee: of a national campaign to taSmbers. National chairperson Maynard Jackson, mayor of literature and letter being the group was formed "to of this country finally learn handgun menace." NGCC National Rifle Association or suppressed the truth for years. Because of NRA says, Congress refuses to control laws. They trend. a national campaign of public education and will, it facts and counter distorted NRA materials." NGCC mass education and not on lobbying. mailed to prospective members was a set of a symbol the organization is using in its effort The symbol reportedly has been seen on billboards in months. of the NGCC is'Morris Dees, head fund'raiser for Jimmy Carter. It is not yet known" whether Carter tuoted as saying that "within five years we'll of the anti-gun group, listed in its literature, is a pledge Handgun Turn-In Arsenal supervised by the trust or bank to store handguns awaiting a federal gun control new program and many anglers are not yet aware of it, the response from state fishermen so far is gratifying. We knew we had good fishing in West Virginia, but we did not realize our fishermen were as successful as they appear to be." Twenty-two trophy rainbow trout were caught and registered during April, May, June and July. Six were caught in the South Branch of the Potomac, four in Savers Fork and two in Lost River. These rainbows ranged in size from 19V4 inches to 23V2 inches. Twenty-six trophy-size small- mouth bass were reported in the last five and one-half months. Nine were caught in Summersville Lake and four in the South Branch of the Potomac. They varied in size from 18-25 inches in length. Many other commendable-size fish catches were registered during The trophy-fish citations portray a full-color painting by famous wildlife artist Duane Raver for each of the 24 species. Persons interested in regis- tering their trophy-fish catches may pick up applications at any fishing, hunting and trapping license agent or an wildlife resources division office. Troy ends year with four wins The Troy Pirates, champions of the Jaycees Junior Summer League, ended their season with two wins over both Tanner and Normantown. On July 27 the Pirates defeated Tanner 17-6. Mark Villers brought in three runs with a double. Scoring runs Now Open at Mouth of Tanner on Rt. 5 DOUBLE R BAR Beer Soft Drinks Sandwiches Pizza Cheese Plateso DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 9:00 To 2:00 a.m. LIVE MUSIC Jolliff and Danny Simmons all hit home runs for the victors, Sprouse, Martin and Hess scored for the Falcons. Todd Jolliff was the winning pitcher. Normantown fell again to Troy on Aug. 5 by a score of 16-1. Simmons was the winning pitcher and Parsons was the loser. Winning pitcher George Martin ' struck out three batters, Paul Minnev : hit a home run and Todd Jolliff and Rodney Somerville hit doubles to  contribute to the win. The All Stars were defeated by Weston, 14-4 on Aug. 1. Voter registration for this year's General Election closes October 1. Please register--your country needs you! ! Purina Farmers Chows Friend We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts El. Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Glenville, WV regular "Gun Control Facts" commercials tor TV a monthly "Public Gun Reports" giving the number of injuries, and will also distribute free anti-gun booklets, cassettes and other gun Control educational churches, civic clubs and union halls. feeling that the majority of gun owners in small towns, OUrs, do not realize what a massive, well-heeled attack on has been mounted. The message doesn't seem to tilter cities to many small towns. Actually, the National Gun one group out to ban guns in this country. There are for a Responsible Firearms Policy, the National the Civic Disarmament Committee, Coalition for Alert, Inc., Disarm, Inc., to name a few. And they Some powerful people--church groups of at least five Education Association. the YWCA, and others; including at least two of West Virginia's largest daily acerned? Dave Brantner thinks so and through the W.Va. is Opposing this anti-gun movement. But the WVWF, along s such as the W.Va. Trappers Ass'n, needs a embership so that it might become a stronger voice in its PrOtect not only our right to own guns, but to save hunting Virginia too. The Federation's address, if anyone is this group, is 400 Westerman St.. Paden City, WV Poster, yearbook now on sale Mountainr fans as a between steres in x 30" full color Photos of the Field, and basketball sales will Mountaineer PUrchased for for $2 by writing to the WNU Athletic Ticket Office, P.O. Box 877, Morgantown, WV 26505. Checks should be made payable to the Mountaineer Scholarship Fund. The 1976 edition of WVU'S football yearbook will be available to the public in late August Mail orders can be sent to the Sports Information Office, P. O. Box 877, Morgantown, WV 26505. Checks for $2.50 should be made payable to WVU Athletics. The comprehensive 64-page book includes background information on the '76 Mountaineer coaches and squad as well as this year's eleven opponents. The publication also includes a detailed supply of WVU football all-time scores and records. MANOR GROCERY GLENVILLE hunting supplies, GUN OR BOW. ither have it or can get it. out now, stop in and get yours today. right now? Use our layaway plan. Pinto. 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