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14 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathflnder August 26, 1976 - GREAT VALUES FOR MF & BOYS - Men's & Boy's SHOES Reg. $5.00 now $3.99 Men's and Boy's CONVERSE TENNIS SHOES Reg. $6.98 now $5.88 Boy's colored JEANS Reg. $6.98 now 4.88 TUBE sex reg. $1.00 now 88 c TUBE sex reg. $1.25 now $1.00 Men's DRESS sex reg. $1.00 now 88 c Men's s.s. KN1TSHIRTS 25% off Men's l.s. JEAN TOPS reg. $4.00 now $2.99 Men's l.s. PRINT SHIRTS for leisure wear 1/3 off Men's nylon jackets $5.98 Men's Wrangler jeans 10% off Boy's FRUIT OF THE LOOM SHORTS pkg. of 3 only $2.29 HANF.S BRIEFS buy three pair Get One FREE LEGAL NOTICES - FOR THE LADW_$ - Ladies CONNIE SHOES value to $15.95 now (} _N Ladies ,., s.,.,,, CO? SHOES value to $11.95 now $6.50 Ladies sandals reduced 1/3 off reg. price 1 group CtHU)REN SHOES val. ues to $6.98now $2.99 Ladies sleeveless BLOUSES 25% off Ladies PU1] 1/2 price Ladies sununer SKIRTS AND SLACKS 1/3 off Ladies sunnner DRESSES 1/3 off Ladies WRANGLER S 10% off (No-Fault and pre-washed) Girls BOBBY sex ANKLETS reg. 3 pair $1.29 now 3 pair 01.09 Children SLEEPWEAR 20% Off DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL reg. $1.98 now only $1.29 - SRY ITEMS - 3 ring notebook 79  Loose leaf covers 10 e Wrying 28 Bull dog clips 15 e Pencils 2 for 5 c 1 27  Envelopes 44 c Typing paper 3 for $1.00 Rubbe.r bands 22  Organizer $2.00 Magnifier 37 e Ehner's glue 68 e Bie Banana's markers 8 colors $1.59 Kotex 12 regulars 3 boxes for 01,00 Dictionary $1,29 Finer paper 2 pkgs. for 99 e and $1.19 Theme books 3 for 87 e Clip boards 77  Legal pads 2 for $1.00 3 pc. note book $2.00 Advertising tec] dques explained Why buy Brand X? Could it be because there are coupons available, or an offer of an environmentally perfect world, or the promise of love from your family and envy from your friends? Is it because of the easy-grip handles, the spill-proof spout or the container that can be turned into a flower pot or a piggy bank. Whatever the magic element that made you select Brand X from among all of its competitors, it is likely that it didn't just "happen" to be there. It was the end result of months or years of research by many professionals and costing many thousands of dollars. It is there through the technique of advertising. And, it is aimed at persuading you to buy. Kent Black, an account executive with the J. Walter Thompson advertising agency of Chicago, was interviewed recently on the subject of advertising. His comments are part of a program entitled "Influences in the Market Place," one of 30 half-hour shows produced for the television course, "The Consumer Experience." Local viewers can follow the informative series on personal money mangement beginning Sept. 2 at 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and repeated on Mondays and Wednes- days at 6:30 p.m. for 15 weeks. Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON pay a dat440HighSt. Grantsville, W. Va. ......... Y]% ......... ' ..... "  -- I I E 0 SU/TEVERYBODV'S NEED B  ! Holly Park Windsor = Norris 1 Freedom I Double-Wide Home= BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-6 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5600 Rt. 4 lust off 1-79 Take Gassaay-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaway Gassawav WV 'Opposite Braxton County Armory 212 2 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 Disability Eligibility Varies Some people who become disabled don't apply for social security disability payments because they think they haven't worked long enough, but they may be wrong, according to John Robinson, social security district manager in Parkersburg. "They may be young people who've worked only a few years," John Robinson said. "They may think that a disabled worker needs 5 years of more of work covered by social security to be eligible for payments - so they don't apply. "But under the law, workers disabled before age 31 may need less than 5 years of covered work, in some cases as little as 1V2 years," he said. "They should get in touch with a social security office without delay to get information about applying for disability benefits." Workers diaabled at 31 or over generally do need at least 5 years of covered work in the 10 years before they became disabled to be eligible for social security disability benefits, John Robinson noted. Social security pays monthly benefits to eligible workers under 65 and their families if the worker is severely disabled and not expected to be able to do any work for a year or more, Payments generally start with the 6th full month of disability. Disabled people who haven't worked long or recently enough to get social security disability benefits may be eligible for supplemental security PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS- SION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 16th day el" August, 1976. M.C. CASE NO. 19620 ]OHN C, LANGFORD, doing business as LANGFORD SANITATION SERVICE, [Glenville, Gilmer County}. Application for authority to increase rates and charges. WHEREAS, John C. Langford. doing business as Langford Sanitation Service, has filed application for authority to increase rates and charges under P.S.C.M.C, Certificates Nos. F-5076 and F-5B55, for the transportation of trash, rubbish and garbage in Gilmer, Calhoun, Braxton, Ritchie and Lewis Counties, said rates and charges to be as follows: PRESENT RATES Residential: One Pick-up per week $ 3.00 -- Two Pick-ups per week $ 4.00 Eommercial: Minimum Monthly $ 4.00 Maximum Monthly $410.00 PROPOSED RATES Residential: One Pick-up per week $ 5,50 Two Pick-ups per week $ 6.50 Commercial: Minimum Monthly $ 6.75 Maximum Monthly $650.00 Late Charge: 1OWe late charge to be added to bill after 30 days past due date. IT IS ORDERED that this matter be set for hearing to be held at the Harrison County Courthouse in the City of Clarksburg on the 3rd day of September, 1976, at 9.' a.m., EDT, at which time and place the applicant may appear and prosecute said application. Leave is hereby granted to anyone interested to file objection =to said application at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant give notice of the filing of said application and of the time and place of said hearing by publishing a copy of this order in a newspaper published and of general circulation in each of the Counties of Gilmer. Calhoun, Braxton, Ritchie. and Lewis. once at least ten (10} days prior to the 3rd day of September, 1976, making due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. Taste: Freda P. Jones Acting Secretary 8-26-Itc C-6-26-1tc income program, secuirty people limited blind or 65 "People! about the program calling or office," Parkersburg 963 Market 422-8486. The tion s an Dep Welfare. to a M.A. change of A normal Q--I under the a W2 form ft ANo. nontaxable. Q. --Ira a VA established A - Yes. the general wartime benefit. q.--I farm that income; the purchase A- No. only to existin be personally Mittia Howard St., Aug. 22 at illness. She was 1 Dec. 17, 1888. the late John At one time laundry in member of America Church in She is daughter, Glenville nephews. Services 24 at the Glenville officiating. Stalnaker Ilsr= lhiql Hunter Elm St., Shelby Ohio. He was July 4, 1918, Gertrude member Belpre for Stowe Marietta. II. Survivi Kochert Lowell O., daughtc Sharon two sisters, of (Freeds} g He wa Cemetery, D.K. WILSON Announces The GRAND OPENING His fabulous new PET CEMETER Y Located in Weston, W.Va. on K=ith Fork -- Rt. 33-U.S. 119. Make first right hand turn after Waldeck United Methodist.Church: . . PHONE: 296-3709 If No Answer PHONE: