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May 10, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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14 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder II~OIPOII ATIIO INCOIlPOIIATID Glenvllle Office:916 Mineral Road Phone: 462-8331 Bames, Brokers Gerald Hough, Associate Broker Phone: 462-8591 STOP RENTING AND START OWNING! Dollar's worth No. 649, newly remodeled 3 bedroom mobile home and one acre lot, fronting hardroad and creek, good gardening too--only $15,000. No. 651.DOUBLE DEAL--slashed price to $21,000 for 2 homes on one lot, drawing good rant, featuring private driveway and large garden, close to stores and town. No. 398--67 acre farmette, 5 room cottage by creek, 5 pasture, 7 bottom, large garden, easy access, $22,500. PICTURESQUE PROPERTY--11 acre farmette on blacktop, 2 bedroom, remodeled home with half basement, 2 story barn and small garage--S3,000 down, the balance over 10 years. WILD AND WOODED--On 33/119, more than 77 acres, divisible and accessible, cell today! COUNTRY LOTS--CLOSE TO GLENVILLE, yet hidden away--5 acres apiece for $7,500. 7 acre lots for comparison--call us for details. No. 648--Slip Sliding Away! Catch this acre office s.ite on Stewsrt's Creek before the 40'x20' woodframe goes dirt cheap, $10,000. FARMS--ACREAGES--COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES I" III I ul f a~ ls i NEW HOURS 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Except Wed and Sat 9 to I p.m. Is=-I 5 % Discount on all items in the 1979 Spring and Summer Catalog Catalog Available at the Store Phone 462-7374 Authorized Sales Merchant Owned and Operated by Janet Deal I . I _ Selling or purchasing real estate call-- |11 UNITED Nation's Largest Advertiser of Real Estate No. 435 GLENVILLE--Solid cottage with Little Kanawha River frontage. Nice view, walk to college. 1 BR, bath, perfect for the budget minded at $12,900. No. 479 OWNER FINANCING-LOW DOWN--65 acres on Steer Creek. Creek, nice woods, superb cabin sites, easy access but private. All at $16,900. No. 478 WOULD YOU BELIEVE--8 acres with good 5 room home, bath, garage, workshop, on hard road with fishing creek thru property for $19,500. No. 502 EASY ACCESS BUT PRIVATE--162 acres of mostly woods, pasture, creek, off hardroad, excellent hunting. Good find at $24,500. Property list and 288 page catalog available upon request The Sign of Service Ur~r~ tx~w a'~ sdu George Adrian Representative Rt. 18 go] 873-2126 Troy, WV 26443 873-1736 "BE DELIGHTED WITH UNITED" III To Seller and Buyer Rick Barton Associate 873-2144 Robert Brannon Associate 873-2320 II I II I II I I 1600. 50m . ~mt s~ne low-cost cmsPortc~on and scene ttm to boot? You got it v, dth a Suzu~ C.~S-425 stmetbtl0s. Powqsmd by" a smooth 4-sCobs "P~Jr~ it I:x:mses trat~ cmd gcxs PUMPS w'dh ecBe, Wetl-bcdcmced destg~ and ~ght weight m~ tt easy to hcmdle on city ~ or open road~ " ~ ~rlocl And ~ ~ow PrtCe m~ the GS-425 eo~ ~o , Save on one now at our Pla~, | pe | I i Rt. 19N Sutton, WV 76S-7325 II Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center students hear area business people In an effort to better prepare its students for entering the world of work, Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center recently held a Career Day. Representatives of local businesses spoke to classes with regard to the employer-employee relationship. They shared their in- sights, advice and personal ex- periences with the students. Following a welcome by Earl Gainer, Director of the Career Center, the guests spoke to the morning classes. At noon, a buffet luncheon was prepared and served by the Food Service students, under the direction of Debbie Henderson, the Food Service in- structor. The guests then spoke to the afternoon classes. Those representatives in atten- dance were: Bob Arnold, Gilmer Graphics; Arthur Bell, Roger's Electrical Service; Euell Bullard, B.F. Goodrich; Sam Facemire, Grantsville Foodland; Irene Fox, Kinney Shoe Company; Brenda Garrett, Calhoun General Hospital; Pat Harder, self-employed; Martha Harold, Kanawha Union Bank; Tom Justice, B.F. Goodrich; Virginia Taylor, Bernie's Restaurant; Mar- tha Villers, Gilmer County Board of Education; Pauline Wilson, Calhoun General Hospital; Von Yoak, Grantsville Appliance; and Peter J. Zannoni, Rubber Crafters/Sav-A.Tool. Check Social Security earnings A record of the earnings reported for every person who has worked in employment or self- employment covered by social security is maintained at social security headquarters. The ac- curacy of these records depends in a large part on the accuracy of the reports made by employers. Star- ting with 1978 wages, reports are made just one a year, using Form W-2 (Wages and Tax Statement). Before 1978, wages were reported four times a year. Employees can check their copy of the W-2 Form to make sure their employer completed the form cor- rectly and showed all earnings covered by social security. The en- try in the space for FICA wages should show the amount of their earnings covered by social securi- ty if that figure is different than their total earnings. If the employee has any ques- tions about whether the form is properly completed he or she should check with his or her employer. People can also check their own social security earnings record to make sure their past earnings have been properly reported. All they have to do is ask for a copy of the postcard form 7004 at any social security office, fill it in, sign it, and mail it. In return they will receive a form showing their earnings for recent years, along with total earnings reported since they started work- ing under soical security. If the in- formation does not correspond with their own records, they should contact social security right away. They should furnish all the infor- mation available about their earn- ings. People in Gilmer County can get a Form 7004 at the Clarksburg social security office, located at 722 West Pike Street. The telephone number is 623-5641. Tax assistance available year round When about 150,000 West Virgi- nians waited until the last day to file their 1978 returns the story on taxes for this year ended, right? Wrong ! The Internal Revenue Service reminds all taxpayers that from now until the start of the next filing season is the best time to get quick and personal assistance to any tax related problem. To provide year-round assistance to West Virginians, a toll-free number will remain in operation. For prompt assistance taxpayers may call 1-800-642-1931 from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on any weekday. "During the filing season we had 33,704 people to our offices before the middle of April deadline. During the last week before the deadline, 1,417 people received walk-in assistance and on April 16, the IRS toll-free lines were con- stantly busy with over 2,400 calls being answered. Although the filing deadline is over for personal income taxes there still may be something you need regarding your 1978 taxes If you filed for extension and now need help, found an error in your return and need to make a correc- tion, or just found out you overlooked a tax credit you could- have taken, contact your local IRS office for help. People don't just shut down throughout the state and request their businesses, stop buying taxpayer assistance," said Tom King, Chief of Taxpayer Services for the West Virginia District. "In addition, from January 1 to April 16, we answered 129,672 calls on our toll-free telephone lines. The bulk of this assistnce is rendered during the final weeks homes or forget about investing money just because the income tax filing season is over. So the IRS, doesn't close up its taxpayer service offices after April 16. If you have questions about your taxes any time during the year, call the IRS. Thursday is named for the Teutonic god Thor. The first clock was built about 1360 and was off by about two hours each day. Mother's Day Flowers Corsa( resh Arrangements Blooming Plants Bud Vas n Plants Memorial Pie The Greenhouse Florist 206 E. Main St. Call 462-5569 SOME OF THE business people from Calhoun and who were participants in the recent Career DaY- THE FIRST GRADE AT TANNER SHCOOL tes made as gifts for Mother's Day. Picture Radcliff, Jr., Stephen Lee Ainn, Renee Haddox, Kathy Bee Tingler, Testerman, Jeffrey Allen Frymier, John Allen Bryd, Carious Cline Bailey and Dex! sent was Shannon Alan Ferguson whose last. (Photo by Susan McCartney) i GILMER COUNTY HIGH School's chapter of FL America has elected the following officerS I-r) Holly Westbrook-reporter, Sandy recreation, Tend Woodyard.president, Lynette Boone-historian; (standing: treasurer, Roberta Bailey.vice-presi( Renita Emerson-vice-president of projectS. Tinnin named as medical director for mental health Central District Mental Health is pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Louis Tinnin, M.D. as Medical Director. Dr. Tinnin assumed this position in early April and joins the professionat staff of the center which provides psychiatric services in Braxton, Doddridge, Gilmer, Lewis and Har- rison counties. He studied Dr. Tinnil Ps G~ Center in this departrn' bed substance tervention the reg medicine at the University of psycl Chicago and was trained in a var psychiatry at the University of Cin- areas ol cinnati. He is certified in assault, psychiatry by the American Boardimpati, of Psychiatry and Neurology. ment four year During his fourteen years of the hospil private practice in Maryland, he Known also followed other clinical in- Dr. Tinn terests including that of Senior number Psychiatric Consultant at the nosis, University of Maryland Student psychiat= Health Service. He was active in tensive the state and local medical psych, societies and is Past President of a the Laurel Medical Society. verbal REMEMBER MoTHEFI On Mothers DaY Sund~ty, MaY SHOP IL For a Gift for your GLENVILLE M Glenville, WV