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August 22, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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the Ma mun in for visitors 219 between is a ! lost notable was born in June women and Nobel Her most ' he Good ~mum of the many from have been of the West Clubs. project original 1850's. The as and craftsmen demonstrate The Birthplace is open Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. The Old Smokehonse Gift Shoppe is also open during these. limes. (Continued from Page 1) Even old producing well are net being kept up. Most of these are under "'lifetime contracts" and gas from these wells still brings the same price it did at the time the contract was signed. Some of those prices are as low as 20 cents per mcf. "'At those prices producers simply cannot afford to keep the wells running properly, thus production is poor," said Coffman. This price, he feels, should be increased. The price paid for gas from a re-worked well (deepened or re-frac- tured) has been increased, "'but not enough." says Mork. "'to make it really worthwhile." As an example he cites a recent case where it took four months to get back simply the cost of reworking the well. thus showing no income for that period of time. The Appalachian area, inclmiing West Virginia, has the greatest shortage of natural gas of any place in the country. All reports show that it will get worse ~ winter. Looking at the immediate future, these indepen- dents say they believe they can help alleviate this shortage if they can just start drilling again now. Production of additional gas in the area will do much to relieve this shortage and in addition will help employment, prevent the loss of industry in the state and improve the economic picture here, they feel. An increase of price for the independents here. Morris feels would not mean a great increase in the price to consumers. "They have already had a price increase, but even if it did mean hi~her bills it would be worth it. Gas is still the cheapest commodity a consumer can burn," he states. "'The electric companies have increased prices based on their increased costs. Why should gas be any different?" asks Morris. Summin~ up. the men interviewed stated: "As one listens to and reads the many opinions regarding the cause of the natural gas shortage he finds the blame is placed on Federal Agencies. Congress and the Industry. No one Dr. Donald S. Pritt (Foot Specialist) Announces the opening of his office for practke of podiatry By Appointment I st Floor 1309 Market St., Parkersburg WV Free Parking in the rear (304) 428-0000 Ill August 21, I~)} , t~,,~ I),n~ilh; Democrat/Pathfinder 7~ seems to know who is at fault, I.lurm Ih,:v believe, is the al~swer, Tl~ tlowever every consumer will be economy of this country, was built Oh unhappy when the ~as is not available supply and demand. They feel it is to them." certainly the answer to the natural gas Deregulation of the price of shortage. Many others, it appear:~; natural ~as. either now or in the near now agree. /* ,t COX'S MILLS, W.VA. GEORGE JONES RESIDENCE SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, STARTING 10:00 A.M. Z-Rocking Chairs, [Old], Flatirons, Bottle Copper, Old Bottles and lars, Homemade Apple Dryer, 2 Razor Straps, Big Drm~r [old], Old Tools. Singer Treadle Type Sewing Machine, Ward Robe Dresser, Chest, Split Bottom Chairs, Silver Dollars. New Living Room Suit, Lamps, T.V.. Bedroom Suite, Refrigerator. Stove, Kitchen Cabinet, Fie(:. Sewing Machine, Table, Buffet, China cabinet, Elec Dryer [good]. New 3 ft. Door, Saddle, Electric Wiring. Porch Swing, 36 Bags Dry Wall Topping, Fans, Other Items too Numerous to Mention. TERMS: CASH WILL NOT BE RESPONSmLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AUCTIONEER: ED DUELLEY. 462-6996 / ReaKm for selling: Moved to Charleston, WV Owners: George/ones FULL lAOtS | GIBLETS lb. lb. BONELESS lb. DI|UMSTICIS i BONELESS lb. ~l~o iii! 2 for 16 OZ. 40 OZ. 2.1 /b. pkg. I Thank You 2for ...ON FIII )XIEN Hunts 10 oz. for @ 6 OZ. I II IIIIll Ill I II J 3 for I MEAT, CIIff EN, TURKEY, |ALl|BUllY STEAL ItANS & MINUTE MAID 12 oz. 3 Ibs. 8g (CIlNKLE CUT) 3for ,m.-9 n.m. through EAST MAIN ST. GLENVILLE