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14 The Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder December 16, 1976 LEGAL NOTICES State labor office opens toll free line The Commissioner of the West Virginia Department of Labor, Joseph H. Mills. announced recently the installation of a toll-free telephone number to help citizens reach his Department with their complaints or requests for assistance. The toll free number is 1-800-642-9100. Commissioner Mills reported that citizens' requests for assistance have increased dramatically over the last two years. The Department of Labor received 1,269 requests for assistance in fiscal year 1975. In fiscal year 1976 this number had increased to 3,059, an increase of 141 per cent. Wage and Hour requests increased 34 per cent, weights and measures requests increased 88 per cent. Requests to the Safety Division increased almost ten-fold during this same time period, though Mills noted that most of this was due to the initiation of a new Safety Consultation Program. wl,mm j 630 Elk Sweet - Gassaway Office 364-8365 Or 364-5547 Evenings Call: Paula Pickens Wade Mrs. Paula Pickens Wade, 69, of Fernadina Beach, Fla., died Dec. 6 in Baptist Memorial Hospital, Jackson- ville Fla. after a long illness. Survivors include her husband, Ralph; daughter, Mrs. Clarence Buyers of Spokane, Washington: three grandchildren, end six great grandchildern; sisters, Mrs. Madge Carper of Aroma, W.V., Ruth and Pearl Pickens of Glenville and brothers, Karl D. of Morgantown and Woodrow of Scott REALTOG Jeff Wynne 364-2628 William Hunt - 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 Danny Law 462-7798 oATT00ON- 7. ! West vwgmmnsl With A Low Or Modest Yearly Ineome ... You May Qualify Own This Beautiful Three Bedroom Home With Monthly Pa00en00That MayBe Lower Than You Are Now Paying In Rent! STORAGE II X S.6 KIT.& DIN. ' 1] X 14 ttV. RM. 12X!! "The Summit" 28 x36 FRAMING DIMENSIONS 1008 TOTAl. SQUARE FEET THREE BEDROOMS ,LIVING ROOM KITCHEN-DINING AREA FULL. BATH with SHOWER LARGE UTILITY-STORAGE ROOM, It.t. S. It. tO.SX 9.7S 9Xt.7$ Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Earl Baughman, pastor of the Five Point Baptist Church, Fernandina Beach, Fla. The body was cremated. Mrs. Wade is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Pickens of Glenvftle. I I I t ! Mrs. Goldie E. Kerns Mrs. Goldie E. Kerns, of No. 5 Clayton St. died Saturday morning, Dec. 11 at her home following a long illness. She was born at Troy, Gflmer County, daughter of the late Henry and Melvina Reed Rexroad, and attended the Glenville Church of Christ. A sister and two brothers preceded her in death. Survivors include her husband, Emery; four daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Barnett, Mrs. Naomi Ewing, Mrs. Norms Cummings and Mrs. Loreta Carr, all of Elyria, Ohio: seven sons. Wilbur Kerns, Lorain, Ohio: Carlon, , Delvis, Junior and Allen Kerns, all of Elyria; Russel Kerns of Jane Lew, and Vernon Kerns, Glenvftle; a sister, Mrs. ILKINS DIVISON Gay Woofter, Troy, and 22 grand- Routes21Send25OSoutb Elkins. W.Va. 26241 children. 636-3175 Funeral services were held Monday, Dec. 13 at Stump Funeral FRANKLIN DISTRICT Main Street Home in Grantsvftle with Ray. Glenn Franklin. W.Va 26807 Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial was in 358-2253 the Stalnaker Cemetery in Glenville. MARLINTON DISTRICT 821 Third Avenue Marlinton, W.Va. 24954 No II __ more snow duty 709-4-515 PARSONS DISTRICT for St. Bernards Rou 2,. o- Parsons, W.Va. 26287 476-2031 Exit the St. Bernard, taft wagging FAIRMONT DIVISION bravely in the sunset, brandy cask at Generel Officu the ready. 1310 Fairmont Avenue Fnirmont. W.Va. 26,554 The courageous dogs famed for 38e-30 their mountain rescues of travelers lost in the snow near the Great St. Bernard Pass in Switzerland are now FAIRMONT DIVISION bred primarily as show dogs and pets. Division Office Route 73 South. Elders Mercy missions high in the Alps Feirmont, W.Va. 2h,4 are performed by helicopters, German shepherd dogs, and search parties on Middletown skis. the National Geographic Society reports. GRAFTON DISTRICT 224 W. Main Street Too Big For Copters Grafton, W.Ve. 26354 265-1614 "Shepherds are just as good at sniffing out people," explained a SISTImSVLE DISTRICT 809 Chelsea Street helicopter pilot. "Besides, put a St. Sistersville, W.Va. 2617s Bernard in a chopper with me, and I e52-3811 couldn't even find the controls much lessd accommodate a disaster victim." Even more disillusioning--it's unlikely the massive, droopy-eyed dogs ever carried kegs of brandy around thetrnecks. Ttm,wole,,ig i"ebsbly  .... M/WN DIVISION was an artist's invention. Hartman Run Road But the idea was so appealing that Morgsntown, W. Ve. 26.505 292-0404 the public soon began to think of St, Bernards as walking first aid stations, with the traditional keg, a blankeL and KINGWOOD DISTRICT a whistle for the victim to attract 327 Tunnelton Street human attention. swood. W.Va. 26537 329-1130 or 329-1131 It was no myth that the animals performed heroically, however. For two centuries the powerful dogs PANHANDLE DIVISION searched" out lost travelers with their 217 Three Sprinss keen ears and noses. They are credited Weirtnn. W.Va. 26062 723-4500 with saving more than 2,000 lives. One extraordinary dog, Barry, is revered for saving 40 people in his 12-year career. On one mission, Barry supposedly revived a child and somehow persuaded the youngster to climb on his back and ride to safety. Today, even routine rescues in the area are unusual. Only an occasional skier, traveler, or smuggler ventures in winter onto the snow- clogged pass on the Swiss-Italian border. Most travelers use a tunnel under the pass, opened in 1963. PUBLIC NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES NOTICE is hereby given that Monongahela Power Company. a public utility, PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA. charges for furnishing electric service to eU clause of its custome In tt Area. The proposed increased rotes and charges will become effective December otherwise ordered by the Public Service Commission and will produc annually in additional revenue, an increase of 6.69'/.. The avereg of customers will be chaned as follows: ',S) INCREASE Residential $1.44 Commercial $7.79 Industrial S105.72 Outdoor Lighting (per light) $0.438 A complete copy of this tariff, as well as a representative of the Comp / information requested concerningit, is available to all customers, propectivs agents at any of the following offices of the Company: OFFICES CLARKSBURG DMSION Adria 100 South Fourth Street Main Clarksburg. W.Ve. 26301 624-7521 WESTON/BUCKHANNON DISTRICT Route 3 Weston, W.Vs. 26452 472-4413 or 269-3 Rlvville Furoito I The Home May Be Constructed On Your Own Lot Or We Have Lots Availalde That Can Be Financed Along With Your Home 100% Financing (No Down Payment) FmHA Available For Qualified Applieants Payments Adjusted According To Your Family Size And Income See: William Hunt. Ine. Realtor. 630 Elk Street- Gassaway, W. Va., 26624 Phone 364-8365 Or 364-5547 Evenings Can CoL Hay, Jeff Wynne, Danny Law, Or Wima Hunt At The Numbers Listed Above Friends in Gilmer County The office will be closed for the holidays, Dec. 19th (Sunday) through Jan. 3rd (Monday) If you need Real Estate information, please call the sales people at home. Hospice Still Thrives But it is unlikely the doors will close at the famous St. Bernard hospice where the dogs are still bred. Founded in the llth century at the highest point in the pass, it has sheltered uncounted wayfarers. The hospice bears the name of St. Bernard de Menthon, the monk who established it. Near the end of the 17th century, the monks at St. Bernard acquired dogs. The animals guarded the monastery, were taught to turn spits in the kitchen and carried supplies. Around 1750 the black-robed monks began to train and breed their dogs for rescue missions. The result was the St. Bernard, a mixture of various bJoodstrains that most likely include the short-haired mastiff, sheep dog, Great Dane, and in later years, the Newfoundland, St. Bernards developed striking size--great paws, deep arched chest, broad straight back, muscular hindquarters, and thick taft. Their hair is thick enough to insulate against the cold. but short enough to shed the snow. For all its bulk, the dog's exuberance and soulful eyes give it puppylike appeal. But there is nothing puppylike about fully grown St. Bernards. They can weigh more than 200 pounds and have prodigious appetites. Moving? Please send us bo old and new addressees so that we may make your subseripU change without delay. PARKERSBURG DIVISION 925 Market Street Parkersburg. W.Va. 422-6421 MARIETTA DISTRICT 309 Fourth Street Marietta. Ohio 45750 ' (614} 373-2425 HARRISVILLE DISTRICT 509 E. Main Street Harrisvllle. W.Va. 26362 643-2131 SPENCER DISTRICT Arnoldshurg Rosd Spencer. W.Va. 25276 927-2270 SOUTHERN DIVISION Route 4 North Gassaway, W.Va. 26624 364-5165 WEBSTER SPRINGS DISTR/CT 138 Baker Street Baker Building Webster Sprlnss. W.Ve. 26286 847-5691 RICHWOOD DISTRICT 36 Oekford Avenue Richwood. W.Va. 26261 846-9011 SUMMERSVILL DISTRICT 418 Main Street Robert Lee Building Summersville, W.Ve. 28651 872-1661 A copy of this tariff Is also avethtbe for public inspection at the Offic PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION at the Capitol Anyone desirins to protest the lncruewd rates and charses cmtained in wrtttn& at least five (5} days prior to the dYeetfve dste December 30 state the reason for the protest and should be iddmsmd of West Virginia, Charleston, West Virslnla 2aM)5.