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December 8, 1988     The Glenville Democrat
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Thursday, t~ WhirLpool eye-level microwave oven Model SM988PES • Microcomputer Touch Controls • Two COoking Cycles provide up to 99 rain. and 99 sec. of cooking time each • Auto Set, a quick-setting program- ruing method that provides timing or temperature as well as cook power for dozens of foods • 6-stage programmed cooking • Quick Defrost Cycle • Auto Standing Time • Keep Warm Cycle • Cook Power - lO-tevel variable power control • Temperature Probe • In-Use Reprogramming• • Auto Start • Balanced Wave Cooking System • Dual.Level Venting In the lower Self-Cleaning oven snd surface cooking area • Adjustable oven racks • Broiler Pan and Gnd • Removable 1-piece burners • Chrome reflector bOWlS • BLANKET-O-FLAME" binder • Full-width fluorescent light opal•rite(el Whirlpool Model MW89OOXS • Microcomputer Touch Controls • Cooking Cycle provides up to 99 min and99 sec. of cooking hme • Auto Seneor cooks many types of food until done without the need to calculate time • Slow Cook/Simmer Cycle • 4-stage pr/:)gremmed cooking • Quick Defrost Cycle • Auto Standing Time • Keep Warm Cycle . • Programmable Pause Setting • Cook Power - 10 level variable power control t • Solid-Stele Temperature control • In-Use Reprogrammlng. • Auto Start • Independent Minute Timer • Selectable Tones/Signals • Bi-Level Cooking Rack • Large, 1.3 cu. ft. oven interior • 700 watts of cooking power • Balanced Wave Cooking System "Patented Model ET18PKXS 18.0 cu.ft. Refrigerator/ Freezer No Frost • Provision for optional auto ~:*~ ' malter~oNd-fin~efprint te~tu'reo'-sfeel doors a Adjustable tempered glass shelves • Durables. easy-to-Oean DURASHIELD'" liner. ~: ~ ' W'n Undercounter l Compactor Model TU8100XT with Dense Pack Control oS • Quiet Pack Sound' Conditioning • TOUCH- TOE" Drawer Opener • Air Freshener Control • Caddy • Drop-Down Side Drawer • More. Wh p6ol Undercounter Dishwasher Model DU9500XS featuring the Quiet Wash System • Quiet Wash System • 15 Programs/Options in- cluding 5 Automatic Programs • Power Clean '" Washing System • 9 Hour Delay Wash Option • HiTemp Wash Option Model HDIOOOXS e Provides a convenient supply of 190°F. steamy water...Perfect for today's fast lifestyles. Hot Water Dispenser Model HDIOOOXS • Simple, quick installation • 2 quart capacity,,.up to 60 cups per hour • 780 Watt heating element • Chrome plated dispenser tap • Easy-clean removable strainer • All Metal Case and Stainless Steel Interior Tank • Aspirator system • Anti-liming control HOURS: M.-T.-Th.-F. 9:00-5:30 W-Sat. 9:00-2:00 Closed Sunday EMERGENCY FEED PROGRAM December 31 is the final date for sign-up in the Program. Producers must have suffered at least 40% loss due to drought. Eligible producers can receive up to 50% oft of purchased feed or they may purchase for $1.47 per bushel. This grain is available at Gap Mills, ginia. Producers must be actively engaged in farming and at of their gross annual income must come from the grain or livestock to be eligible for the Emergency Feed Those already approved for this program need to report harvest information, if they have not already done so. Any in livestock numbers and ages must also be reported to keep bility updated. You may be due an increase. DISASTER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The ASCS office is still accepting applications for under the Disaster Assistance Program. Signup will through March 31, 1989. A producer who suffered at least on commercially produced crops (including hay, soybeans, corn, vegetables, and etc.) may qualify even if they do not Emergency Feed Program. Under the Disaster Assistance Program, a one-time made directly to the farmer for his losses. Producers the Emergency Feed Program can earn disaster payments on not used under that program. Eligible producers should consider all their options and under the program (or programs) most beneficial for county office staff will supply the information to help mine which program will be the most beneficial for you. your benefits under both programs. TREE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) The Tree Assistance Program provides cost-share commercial tree producers who experienced significant losses due to the 1988 drought. Signup ends June 30, 1989, program. FORAGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (FAP) The Forage Assistance Program provides cost-share reseeding forage crops on established pastures destro 1988 drought. Cost-share will be provided only if pasture regenerate naturally. A current soil test will be required field before signup can be completed. A soil test will be each field before signup. COUNTY CONVENTION The three candidates who receive the most votes will be as community committeemen. There will be a meeting 14, in the County ASCS Office to elect a County for the community, who will serve for a three-year term January l, 1989. The current County Committeeperson nity C is Ores Collins. FREE CORN TESTING Several states have reported that some 1988 com crop is nated by Aflatoxin, produced by the Aspergillus Mold, a known to cause cancer to both humans and animals. Your be tested free of charge by the WV Department of A you mail a zip-lock sandwich bag full to: WV Department culture, Attention: Ray Barber, State Capitol Building, WV 25305. Please, put your name and address and a note as you are sending the corn in the bag with the sample. .... , WOOL4NCEN'EIVE PROGRAM Wool produces are reminded to f'de an "a pliddfidn fog payments on wool and unshorn lamb sales as soon as 1988 completed. January 31, 1989, is the last date to file for ments. Be sure to bring your sales documents with you. COMMODITY CERTIFICATES Commodity certificates have an expiration date. To avoid any value, holders may redeem these for cash at this office the date in block D and the expiration date. There seems to be an impene- trable shell of apathy in our county and possibly in our entire state. I guess that the citizens are content to let a handful of people decide all of their deci- sions for them. I guess that it then gives them a subject of conversation for the month to come. They don't even have to get upset then, because it is too late by then anyway. I am, though, sorry for that handful of people, who care enough to try to retain a semblance of freedom in our government for the rest of the citizens. It has occurred to all 6f us that are taking part in Citizen's meetings, that our next meeting will be about the implementa- Check with State Farm • ComDetihve Rates • Guaranteed Ldettme Incot)re • Waiver of Premmm for Disability Oot~n. • "Good Ne~jhbor Service, Dan Johnson 34 E. Main St., Glenville, WV 462-7131 462.7000 t,ke a gooO ne,,g/'~or St~le g~wm ~s tt~e Stale Farm Lde msurar~e Como•’W Hoec~Off)ce Bloom,~ I~P,o(s don of reappraisal taxes mandatory trash hauling all. The easy way out problems, of course, is cency, and total am tired. ! take an easy out and rest. The County have been handed a raft datory rules and re they are going .to have to ment. They have no the matter any more. came about because the did not-tend to their and pollution. Our streams and also suffering. Will we for government save them? Wait for of almost impossible mandates to make us ready existing laws? have to loose all of our of our fresh air, and, the rest of our remaini doms? The time approaches for our new officers to rice, and with that the employees. Then, can get some attention some of our penitent roads. These are all things intend in the future to In Russia or the Soviet the citizens do not concerned with such sense. Everything is them! I trashed my third article. No one is readi anyway. IIAVE SOME'rilING 1"0 SELL? TRY TtlE "- I~ LASSIFIEP