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July 17, 1975 "! hv GlenviJle Democrat/Pathfinder to review Vh-ginla State that all for the first qsinst rubella (resular whoopinS first three months of pregnancy has 50-50 chance of delivering a child with a defect such as cataracts, deafness, mental retardation, or a cardiovascu- lar defect. Since the vaccine may present a risk to the expectant mother's unborn child, vaccination of small children - the "carriers" of the disease is emphasized. These vaccines may be administered separately or in a combined form containing both rubeola and rubella, after the child is one year of qe. emma uf e .h th, t It~ am. to 3L-00 Alt]bm~lh mmlm is not required for school entry, it is advisable to be immunized against this disease. commonly Recognized by swelling and tenderness ~ot" can be of the neck glands, mumps is generally whooping a mild disease. It can produce serious series of three aftereffects such as inflnmation of the brain and its membranes which may result in mental retardation. It may as early as second and also cause permanent loss of hearing t~tin~t~red at or inflanmtion of the pancreas, an a fourth dose ofimportant gland for digestion. Mum the child usually occurs during childhood but a of age. significant number of adults contract orally, the disease. Sterility, in both men and o~ a sugar women may follow should mumps water, or directly affect the reproductive organs. A safe, child's mouth, effective vaccine is now available to receive five prevent mumps and is recommm~ted. Immmd~Uoms actuaLly should hesin be known as early in lif The Compulsory as the "big Immuni tion Law recogniz that 10 to 14 days, school assd children are the primary cou zm vn h K rce for the spread of t/rose (beam. Many of the preventebie dtsas s hsve been reduced in the da erorm. State but control efforts need to be who has continued. CompltcationJ deafness, n'ardaUon. celled or "three day the eff ts of to be in It can he quite reothers. A 05C to offer credit test GRenville State College will again There are two types of CLEP offer interested individuals, young and Examinations: the General Examina- old. an opportunity to earn college tions measure learning in five basic credit by examination through the areas of liberal arts (English College Board's College-Level Examin- Composition, Mathematics, Natural alien Program. CLEP tests will be Sciences. Humanities, Social Sciences- administered at the college during the History): the Subject Examinations third week of every month, measure achievement equivalent to The program is based on the con- that gained in 41 undergraduate cept that individuals should receive college courses. college credit for what they know no matter how they learned it. Originally CLEP can save individuals time and designed for adult students who have money by enabling them to continued their education outside the demonstrate their college-level comps- classroom through on-the-job and tencies and thus earn college credit or military training, independent study, job advancement. and so on. the program has been Further information about CLEP can increasingly used by high school be obtained from: Kermit Kinder. students who are about to enter Director of Guidance and Counseling. ~,~-,~,,, GSC. Phone 462-7361. ext. 299. re For WIN Particip In this era of tax rebates and Supervisor completes a statement of credits the Department of Labor and eligibility and a one-page IRS Form is the Internal Revenue Service are all that is required for an employer to offering additional tax credits toreceive the credit. There is no special employers who hire WIN (Work monitoring or auditing connected with Incentat/ve Program) participants,receiving this tax break. The Job Development tax credit above vacdnat/oas has carry over and carry back will be adminlstm'od fr~ to all provisions that allow the transfer of cldidbr~ up to aid 12 bsludleI ~ unused credit to otheryears.The llmit. a~| ~ ~sr Elm first time, is S25,000 par year plus 50 percent of m:m nl to Mgdr Saul, Hmdth the tax liability in excess of that Dopartal4mt mll~m, amount. Saul eald that a I'D skln teat, also h~l@, is ~ of ell One unJqueimporiantfactis there ~ ~ IIW tim Blmt is a minimum of paper work and red time, tape for the employer. The WIN Unit Regulations currently allow theThe Area 14 WIN team. which employer to claim up to twenty percent includes Calhoun and Gilmer Counties. of the taxes paid to an employee hired is located in Grantsville and they have through WIN as a deduction from the at the present time approximately 25 taxes owed IRS. pre-screened and qualified men and women available for employment. For To qualify for their credit an further information regarding place- employer must pay an emplbyee the ment on the tax credit program caU or minimum wage or the same amount as contact Tom Gainer, WIN UNIT other employees performing com- Supervisor, 354-6118 in Calhoun or parable services-which ever is higher. 354-7274 after 5 p.m. or Carol Reed. Job Developer 462-7371 in Gilmer County or after 5 p.m. you may call 462-5530 in Gilmer County. "Most of the people living in New York have come here from the farm to try t(, make enough money to go back to the farm." i Don Marquis) n, i, ii i _ ii ii i i / / // Richard McComas of Smoot Bros. Painttn8, Huntinaton, puts flrd~hins touch on Federal Building flaffipole, part of overall refurbbdflnI Job. EXPERIENCED CONTRACTORS Carpenter, Electricians, Psintin8 Heatin8 a Air Condltionlns All obs Estimated Or Contracted Call Frank Martin, BurnsvlJle, rates, which filed Service 3O. 1075, 28, 1975 for II Consolidated Report of Condition PUBLISHER'S COPY of " .............. 58nm d e.. Llrd.on. BBnk .................................................. " by Dr. Lewls P. Tbemas I0. Allow ample time for the virus ot... sn L/J.e .................. in the State Dr..Nut..glr01nle ........... and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of to be destroyed before pasturing Reeentl , the most repeated horses in pastures where reactors bustneu on ..... ................... ,19.,75. Way we could following suggestion: puffiness around the foot areas, etc. L ..................................................................................................................................... stated I. Test all your horses at least one 15. Never administer other than s. usk mr, aM oth mW,,m .......................................... lh ddontaria a year. sterilized serum between horses oftO o,,-..d tau buk pm.ul.m ............................. ................................................... 11. Invmtmmm~ im su~ nee eomolidated ...................................................................................... we our Z. Isolate nd dispose of all unknown disease status, zz. centon , to bank ol ms u _nS ....................................... 1070. reaators. 16. When in doubt, consult your zs. Other ,.Met,, e of "Other xu,ta")(t ud/ $ . i atly." He IL Comider disIMectl fcL.Ues ff vetel'JflariaD. 14. TOTAL ,ItJ 'P8......................................................................................... healthy horses immediately replace 17, Help inform other ofhO quarantined rectors in your stable, owners of the seriousness 4. Use sterile surgtcl equipment ,s tiles m, ASSETS 21. orFever horses(E.i.A.)?,,do not contract WhileSwamPno thehorses have been tested negatlve disease, du, $ ...... ; ........... ...,. i a ty c l assm'anee can be given, I make 12. Avoid abrasions, cuts nd . (s) U.S. ....................................................... o= m m si f thaoe suMestioe, I as preUees be disrul on of skin. (b) Obl n, ........................ ; :(a) *, (b)) = ii i'.i iJlii17.821'12 iii' i will be followed as added inanrance garnet 13. Mate only E.I.A. free horses. (P saUom UJS. ......................................... 2,[. 912 52,0.l rats or a this ugly disease. The vllm of the14. Be alert for the symptoms of n e po t..lock.) .............................. [ ................. per day, thenimal or animals will d/elate the the disease - hernia, temparture, .wmat ................................................................................. ilO i iii extent to which you shall follow the yellow coloring of membranes, mM aM .wwi m to and wire and w~ wed e s lactate Deers to at all Umes. S. Disinfect bridles, combs, cullers, harness, eta. bof using on d Herent horses, I. C rol flying and erawlln Ineeete that ml ht Ir eet the harse. 7. Use when po ible individual water nd feeding utensils. (The disease has reportedly been tran- by In eetlr water into hone that was taken from a pond where rueto drank.) (Worms have thsee died while or while ke Aprn 1, llr]L to Grow b Sm r~ 2, lq75; GrOUp LJte St.. dli l,d awe home widows who Cl kome transmitting the disease.) |. New Imrehused horses should be tmm , isolated 00 days and reteated before bends M horm. disease and the importance of using the ideas herein presented. Fm uv~mm~t~ ~ Item VA dfl~ ~Clle~ vmmem ~e, tree, Wed~6qje~ DC ~04~0 .........I RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 80. Rmm've tin" bed debt iomm ms lmsns (mr up purouaat to IntxMl Revenue Service ru~) .... II1. Otb~rmwvmmsloam ............................................................ 88. TOTAL P.~J~RYI~ ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ................ Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Refrigerators * Televisions s,e ~ zmi~ Color Sets on display. We smite dl sdes RHOADES PLUMBING 8' FURNITURE 16 Pov it St. Glenviite Phone 462-73 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL # ................. tlst gl 01nis ........................... ....... G.tlB .................................... ........ , i/