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2 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder Friday, Aagust 20, 1976 .@ Clowser fann cited for conservation They didn't even try Although the zmmr t.;ounty Republican party's questionable method of selecting delegates to the state convention cannot be condoned, it can perhaps be understood. The Democrats, who hold nearly a 3-1 edge in party registration in Gilmer County, followed the law and advertised the time and meeting location for their magisterial conventions, They drew crowds of 3, 6, 7 and ten, In all probability the Repubhcans would not have drawn any more to their conventions, if they had been held. It may be that Gilmer Countians have little inclination to take part in local party politics. A democracy is, however, a government of the majority, not the few. State law requires that parties make at least a minimal effort to include more people in their affairs. The Republicans were wrong in not making this effort. honors We're here to print the news In an attempt to keep our readers batter informed, the Democrat/Pathfinder begins a policy this week of publishing every deed transaction and every marriage license application filed with the county clerk's office. In fairness, we cannot agree not to publish one deed or marriage license application while publishing all others. It is not the newpaper's position to make such judgments. We're here to print the news. Criticism of Moore unjustified To the Editor, In no way do I wish to limit your freedom of editorial expression, but I would like to exercise my right of dissent. To me, the choice of words in your editorial in the August 12 issue criticizing Governor Arch A. Moore, Jr., was in very poor taste and left much to be desired, I suspect your reference to his mentality, a' t whatever level you might have imagined, and to his yielding to pressures found few believers among your readers. : I believe that most straight thinking people who wish our state to prosper, ! and are aware of what has been happening during the past seven and one-half : years, would be in agreement that Governor Moore's record of achievement i!! needs no verbal defense. It speaks very plainly for itself. It is my contention that there is a middle of the road approach to our environmental problems that would do no serious harm to the environment neither would it upset our economic well being. I sincerely hope that whoever sucveds Governor Moore has the courage, wisdom, and determination to act in tile best interests of the people of our state that has been demonstrated during the past two administrative terms of office' CONSERVATION IN FARMING-Pictured above Mrs. lloyd Ciowser of Cedarvllle. The West Fork Soft selected the farm to represent Gilmer County in conservation farmer competitions. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Clowser of Cedarville have been selected by the West Fork Soft Conservation District to represent Gilmer County in district and state conservation farmer competi- tions. Back in 1958, when the Clowsers first bought their farm, they planned at use their 100 acres for dairy cattle, but they've changed their mind since then and are now raising 40 beef cattle. The Clowsers developed their first soft and water conservation plan in May of AN AWARD WINNING PLAN-Boyd Ciowser drew up his first 1958. soil and water conservation plan in 1958. In the picture above The farm includes 17 acres of per Adren Jones [far left] and Oral Spurseon [far right], county manent hay land, 36 acres of pasture, supervisors for the West Fork Soil Conservation District, go over one acre for the farmstead, with the the farm plans with C]owser and his daughter, Judy. remainder in woods. As good  conservation farmers the Clowsers have livestock with lime to maintain ft. of drain tile in 2600 ft. of ft. of ft. of open field Mr. and daughter, Judy, themselves. horseback rider with a rack acknowledge her Along with Clowser tends 22 gas Mrs. Clowser Kinney Shoe signed and dated in your handwriting. This is particularly important because Many elderly people are prime you have three business days from the targets for ads that offer relief Or cure date the contract is signed to cancel of physical ailments with the use of a if you did not solicit the sales simple medication, approach. The contract, also, must Prior to the official opening of the These electrical and mechanical contain the notice of cancellation 1976 edition will be the first of the devices are often no more than rights .... championship horse shows intheBlue get-rich-quick schemes which bilk the Should you have any questions Grass Bowl at 1 p.m. August 19. The August 22 - The Lynch reunion will be heldlin the big shelter at the Parkersburg public out of millions of dollars while regarding the sale of health care Thursday, Friday and Saturday shows City Park. Bring a picnic lunch, possibly exposing them to potential products, contact the Consumer health risks, will include the hunter and jumper Potection Division of the Attorney classes. The saddle, walking and August 22 - The 4Oth annual Talbott reunion will be held at the Barbour A classic example of these devices GAneral's Office with sheep, il/ Recreation Park, between Philippi and Belington. A special program has roadster divisions are listed Sunday been plazmed. Bringabasketdamer" is the"Relaxacizer." Some time ago, Local biographies o,o, " the Food and Drug Administration The W August 22 Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church will hold their homecoming and (FDA) filed a suit in federal court to mrough Tuesaay. The 4-H and F.F.A. judged at 11 Sunday School picnic. Tim public is hvited, prevent the sale and distribution of show is Wednesday at 9 a.m. Western the this $200 to $400 "wonder" machine gO to press classes are scheduled for Thursday. far the : August 22 - The annual Wlseman reunion will be held at the Gilmer County which supposedly improved the figure AQHA Youth Activity Show, Friday; p.m. I Recreation Center in Glenville. The noon meal will be served by the Wilmar and reduced girth. FDA charged that and registered quarter horse classes,  Restaurant. The charge for adults Is $4 and children under 10, $2. The Gilmer County Bicentennial Saturday. Evening performances begin GovernOr ! the machine was unsafe to use without : August 24 - The County Health Department holds immunization clinics for medical supervision and was danger- biographies, which the Gilmer County at 6 p.m. will be  preschool children from 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ous to health when used according to Historical Society has been collecting continues at : the manufacturer's instructions, for the past several months, have The National Expositions Midway cattle, the August 31 and September 1-TheMobHePapUnit willbein Glenvilie atthe The U. S. District Court in Los finally gone to the printer, will open at 2 p.m. August 20 with 10 draft , Gilmer County Health Dept. at 809 Mineral Rd. from 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. and Angeles rnled thRt the "Relaxacizer" Originally, the Society had hoped acres of rides and shows. Grandstand contest and  from 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. could be used only under a doctor's to complete this project by July 4. entertainment begins Saturday with 10 a.m. :': September 5 - The descendants of Nathaniel and Mary Jane Cottrell and prescription and that the instructions However, most of the biograpes were Donna Fargo and Challengers giving afternoon must inform the physician that the not sent in until that time. The society twn hows, 7 and 9 n m followed by a Moore, Jr. ,! Sylvestor and Anetta Minney will hold a reunion at Aunt Minney's Farm on "Relaxacizer" could be hazardous and had expected to receive about 100, but fireworks programlirewor diS'-llays Trophy. :: the Frametown Rd., near Stumptown. Bring a picnic lunch. A cookout will should not be used on the chest, during over 220 were received. Many were will be featured following each of the activities be held Saturday evening, hand-written and typists were hard to final grandstand performances. pregnancy, or when certain physical Parade at find. Many consisted of data with the Sonny  September 7 - The Gienvme City Council meeting will be held this evening at 7:30 disorders exists request that the members write the tree perzormances of Hoxie:s Suder, Miss p.m. due to the September 6 holiday. During the past year, our Consumer Protection Division has finished biographies. With less than a Great American Circus are scheduled of Fairs, received numerous complaints about handful to do this work, this created a for August 21 at 11 a.m., 2, 3, 5 and 8 hostess o Published Every I. a thermal electrical device which major delaying problem. Some p.m.; August 22 at 12 noon, and 6 p.m.; national ' supposedly in'proves circulation and required research to complete missing August 23 at 12 noon, 3 and 6 p.m. Free biggest daY. By GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. gives relief from arthritis and nervous data. parking for more than 20,000 cars will FridaY, s At lIE. MinSt. tension. The complaints involve Bayard Young, Society president, be provided on the parking field Glwillo,  26361 undisclosed danger associated with reports that this has been the most adjoining the Fairgrounds. the use of the device. Also, the onerous project of his lifetime. But, he admits, it has been very interesting Sunday's grandstand entertain- PhoI$-730 salesmen are posing as medical and should provide much m 'erial for ment features the Bobby Goldsboro experts, which gives the customer a future feature stories in which details Show with the Blue Ridge Quartet. false sense of security. If solicited to troy some kind of from the past can be given that could Show time is 2:30 and 7 p.m. not be included in the framework of a electrical mechanical "health" device: Guest bands from over the state device: biography of reasonable length, will apperar each day Monday through 1. Consult your physician about Sponsors who may have been Saturday presenting two concerts wondering why they have not received daily, Judging of the junior dairy show theproducteffectiveneSsbefore signingand dangerSany contractf the their copies f the biography booklet will be held with exhibits in all are now assured that copies will be departments open to the vublic. The and making any payment on a health delivered as soon as they become care card. 2. If credit is extended by the available. After their needs have been pony pulhng contest will be in front of seller, the contract should only be met, a few additional copies will be the grandstand at 2 p.m. with free made available to others, admission. The evening grandstand August 21 - The James Reunion will be held at 11 a.m. at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Make reservations for the noon meal by calling 462-5369 or 462-7168 or by writing to Box 111, Glenvilie before Aug. 10. August 21 - The Little Kanawha Valley CB Club will hold their regular monthly meeting at the Bee Run Recreation Area on Sutton Lake at 6 p.m. Ice cream and cookies will be served. Second-Cless Ixmte psid at Glenville snd at additiorml mmilin0 offices Subscription price $6.60 tax included in Gilmer County; other' West Virginia residn $6.00 tax included. Out of state subscription= $7.00. Cannot accept subscriptJ0rm for less than 6 months. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st, 1976.) ' ROBERT D. ARNOI I PRESIDENT/PUBLISHER PAUL BROWN EtilOH JOAN LAYNE OFFICE MANAGER ' :, f  ] Gilmer Graphics Otce Manager Joun Layne presented ]Finery Sandars ii with a transistor radio last week when his name was drawn as the first Eugene Stout of Glenville won an Festival of Values winner. The Auburn man had registered at the Guyan name was drawn at the Community Super Market i CALENDAR OF EVENTS /  of valuasdrawns, steveEliyson, storemanaser, i!: nutfpi:aGtfl:rlmCmTtReesi;dtS;'hLe#=linhlandh C0nsunier-Hews Thousands will visit Drive at 6 p.m. All members are urged to attend and bring a covered dish. Over 250,000 Expected By Atty. Cn. Chauncey Browning West Virginia's largest and most diversified exposition, the State Fair of West Virginia, opens this weekend with over 250,000 visitors expected in the Lewisburg-Ronceverte area. show will p.m. MondaY, outside gate until 6 p.m. TuesdaY, lambs, cattle, harness Danny will head ment with show at 9 classes. The Billy "( Cam will be the halter and the and Baby show ares The BiI grands1 day to year's / Prize winners in Festival of