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.......... T ......... !if / 10 The Glenvillo Democrat/Pathfinder June 26, 1975 III IIIIII II I I for Veterans Q - I bousht a house in 1954 with a maximum loan paranty of $7,500 from the Veterans Administration. Since,the Veterans~ Housin$ Act of 1974 incrommd the loan paranty from $12,500 to $17,500, am I eli6ible for more entitlement? A - Yes. You would be eligible for IIII I Your Home Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 KENNETH 354-6990 Grants , IIII I III II II the $17.5000 guaranty if you sold your home and paid the GI loan in full. Q - I'm a veteran drawing compensation from the Veterans Administration for a 30 per cent service-connected disability. I'U be 65 and retired soon, and wonder if I can waive compensation and switch to pension? A - Yes, if you apply to VA and it is to your advantage. The agency will determine this based on information you provide, and pay you the higher benefit. Q - My husband has just retired after 20 years in military service. Am I eligible for CHAMPVA, the Veterans Administration health care program? A - No, but military retirees and their dependents are eligible for a similar program of health care, CH_AMPUS. Suggest you have your husband check with military sources for details. Q- Can veterans reserve space in a national cemetery? A - Any veteran whose separation from the service was for reasons other than dishonorable is eligible for burial in a national cemetery, but advance IIII IIIIIII I III _ IIIII NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS If you are years of age or older, own your own home and live in it, please come to the Assessors' Office durin8 the months of July, Aunt and September and claim your $5,000 Homestead Exemption. This must be done yearly. Richard Stalnaker, Assessor .... IIIIIIIII II I I I'111 I ~ ~11111111,~ Sunday, July 6, 1975-1 p.m. 1. Pet Ponll (Rider 12 b under - Pony 48" b under) 2. Iqlmmo Ponies |Rider 14 b under - Pony 4$" b over) 3. Ladles PJmum Class (Horus) 4. Pony Pole Bending . Western Ple~ure 6. Ring Spear (Horses) 7. Engflsh Pleem~e (English Tack) 8. Barrel Race (HCwles) 9. Walking Horse (English Tack) 10. Pony Musical Chaim 11, Three Gaited (English Tack) 12. Pole Bending (Homes) 13. Recking Ctms (SI~v m~d Fl~t Rlmld 14. mm m=m.) 15. Rye Gait~(English Tack) 16. Pony Barrel Race 17. Dash for Cash |$3 entry fee - Pay beck 2/3rob. 50%, 30%, 20%) PONIES - 64" AND UNDER - PONY RIDERS MUST BE 14 AND UNDER, HORSE8 ENTERED IN CLASSES 9, 11,16, MAY NOT BE CROSS REGISTERED IN CLASS 6, EXHIBITORS WILL BE JUDGED ON APPROPRIATE TACK AND APPEARANCE. ALL TROPHY SHOW NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS REFRESHMENTS SERVED DONATION SLOO ADUL TS -- CHILDREN $0 CENTS Sponsored by the Gilmer County Tmilriders et Rebuts Riding Stebl-,J located 8 miles below Glenvllle I I lllllll l l I II II I I II IIIIIIIIIIII I I I III III I I III I I III III ,Open Friday until 8:00 p.m. Wmon-Buckhannon 0 0 III II IIII J I I , IIIIIIIIIIII I ni I III reservations are not accepted. Each veteran is entitled to one grave. Next-of-kin must share space with the \ deceased veteran. Q -- I entered military service before completing high school, I was honorably discharged last month after four years of duty. Am I eligible for GI Bill benefits while finishing high school. A - Yes. Veterans in your category may receive educational assistance without charge against basic entitlement. That entitlement m" thus remains available for post-secon- dary schooling. Q - I receive 20 percent YA disability compensation. I am 66 years t old and retired. May I waive this J compensation and receive pension. A - You should file a claim for pension benefits. Consideration will be given to medical information, your period of active military duty, and income and net worth information. After considering these factors you f will be paid the greater benefit. Q - With economic conditions as bad as they were the past year, how many veterans were able to get G1 home loans from the Veterans Administration? A - According to VA's Annual Report for fiscal year t974, the agency approved 306.188 home loans during that period-a good year, considering market conditions. Q - I find l'm not cut out for the type of training I'm taking trader the GI Bill. Can I switch to something else? A - Yes, but constant changes are not allowed. Suggest you check with the Veterans Administration regional office which has your records. Q- Do Veterans Administration hospitals and clinics take care of reservists injured reporting to, or returning from military training? A - Yes. Medical care is availaSle for injuries and illnesses which occur during travel time as specified in the reservist's military orders. Both active duty and inactive duty training are considered active duty for this purpose. Ret Center hosts Gilmer 4.H tamp Approximately 100 yopngsters from Gilmer County 8-17 years old gathered for a week of summer 4-H camp at the Gilmer County Recreation Center last week. Jim Nichols, 19, of Fairmont served as camp director. In addition, exchange campers from Nicholas, Doddridge and Lewis counties stayed the week. Campers participated in crafts, sports, cooking class, gun safety instruction, hiking and other group activities as part of one of four traditional Indian tribes. Senecas, Cherokees, Mingos and Delawares competed against each other during the week in various activities. Also scheduled were demonstra- tions of boat safety by DI~ Sgt, Gary Bourne and a visit to the Folk Festival. Volunteering as leaders, instruc- tors and counselors were: Mildred Furr, Viona Skinner, Brenda Somer- ville, Freda Abrams, Mary EUyson, Marge Burke, Marilyn Phillips, Mark Cornish, Carolyn Skinner, Harlen Hogue, Ann Casey, Steve Davis, Mike and Carol Davis, Tom Luzader, Beth Davis, Brenda Campbell, Bob Rinehart, Clark Minney, Junior Hacker, Tom and Nancy Minney, Sondra Price and Lane Smith. The camp was planned by Barbara Williams and Everett Mason, Gilmer County WVU Extension agents. W ,k: " 1975 W. Va. State Folk Festival belies at Pickens Hall, Glenville State Folk Festival entertained at Pat Shield entertains at Belle luncheon. Thirty-eight belles were entertain- ed at a noon luncheon Friday, at the GSC Pioneer Center. heritage Harpers Mrs. Clara Cassidy, Jefferson of the County 1974 Festival belle and friend's presently a free-lance writer living in made Harpers Ferry. was guest speaker, armory Pat Shield. resident musician in Shield Braxton County for the Appalachian Culture Committee, entertained with ian short tales and songs on the guitar and and songS. mandolin, bug," a Bill Pinnell was master of roundedl ceremonies and Pat Pinnell introduced America also the belles. Mrs. PinneU served as chairwoman of the belles commitee,years ago drawing. Mrs, Cassidy, also a syndicated rebuilt columnist, spoke to the belles about the seeing a WYWC-FAI to present Lincoln concert Banjo craftsman Pianist Andre' Watts assumes the dual role of both performer and narrator in a special-concert recorded with the Reading Symphony Orchestra in Washington, D.C.'s historic Ford's Theater. The concert, which is centered around a performance of Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait," will be broadcast on WVWC 88.9 FM, Thursday. July 3, at 6:30 p.m. Premiered in 1942. the work is a musically emotional portrait of Lincoln and the time in which he lived. The first two sections of the "Portrait" are musical evocations of Lincoln's heavy burden of office and the turbulent, boistrous character of the period. The third section is devoted to excervts from Lincoln's many speeches, selected by the composer. SATURDAY, JULY 5, I0:00 AM RESIDENCE OF LA TE SHERMAN E. CARPENTER GOFFS W. VA. 3 MILES OFF RT. 16 SOUTH OF HARRISVILLE W, VA. TURN RIGHT 1 MILE ON DIRT ROAD. FOLLOW SIGNS SA TURDA Y, JUL Y S, STARTING IO.~ A.M. ANTIQUES GUNS: 1-1870 SPRINGFIELD R~IFLE, 22 RIFLE MODEL 81 MARLIN BOLT ACTION, 97 MODEL WINCHESTER SHOTGUN. 304~SPRINGFIELD RIFLE DATED 1896, WALL TELEPHONE. LARGE SPINNING WHEEL DAISY CHURN, ROCKING CHAIRS, LIBRARY TABLE, TRUNK, WASH STAND. WALL CLOCK (SESSIONS). OAK CUPBOARD, IRON BEDS, DRESSERS, VIOLIN, SEWING MACHINE, HICKORY ROCKER, BRASS CANDLE HOLDERS, SPLIT BOI"rOM CHAIRS, SQUARE OAK TABLE WITH CLAW FEET AND CHAIRS. OAK STANDS. FLOUR BEND, PIE SAFE, IRON KETTLE. OLD BOTTLES, HOME BREW BOTTLES, GAS FIXTURES, CleAR MILL, WHEAT CRADLE. BOOKS, DEP. GLASS, PICTURE FRAMES, STONE JARS, CELLULOID FOR HARNESS, SADDLES, LANTERN, SAUSAGE MILL, COMPLETE BLACK SMITH TOOLS. GAS REFRIGERATOR, ELEC. REFRIGERATOR, STOVE. T.V. CABINET, ANVIL DRILL PRESS, ROLL BARB WIRE. HORSE SHOEING EQUIPMENT, COBBLERS BENCH, HAND TOOL~ CARPENTER TOOLS, GARDEN TILLER, (LIKE NEW. SIMPLICITY|, HOR~EHARNESS, HORSE DRAWN-MOWER MACHINE, DISK, HAY RAKE, HARROW, TURN PLOW, SINGLE SHOVEL PLOW, LOG CHAIN, UTILITY TRAILER LOT OF OTHER ITEMS. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY BETHNY METHODIST CHURCH A UCTIONEER: El:) DUELLEY-462J~96 ADMINIsTRATOR: L OUIE ELLIO TT Paul King of Tunneiton displays hand.crafted ~ peghead and mother-of-pearl inlay along neck. Or. Donald S. (Foot Spedalid) Announces the opening of for practke of ! st Floor 1309 Market St., Free Parking in tke!