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4 10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder October 2. 1975 The Home Repair program adminis- tered by the West Virginia Department of Welfare has been funded for 1075-76 fiscal year. The goal of this program is to restore the homes of eligible clients to a state of repair that will enable them to remain in their own homes. The following requirements must be met before payment for home repair is approved. Mtmt be receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI-gold check). Aid to Families with Dependent Children {AFDC). Aid to Families with Depedent Children - Unemployed father (AFDCU) or General Assistance for the Disabled recipient. Client must own at least 20 percent of the home or have a documented lifetime dowry. Donald Bailey. Home Repair Supervisor for the Grantsville Area (Calht)un-Gtlmer Counttesl. states that 26 homes were repaired in the two county area during the fiscal year ending ]une 30. 1975 with an expenditure in excess of $6.000. A larger expenditure for materials is expected during the present fiscal year. Bailey stated that these expendi- tures were totally for materials and that local Community Action Associa- tions provided labor in many cases. In the remaining cases family members, friends or relatives providec] the labor. According to Mr. Bailey, the goal for the present fiscal year is to make this service available to all eligible persons. Those persons interested in this program should contact the local welfare office in Grantsville (354-6118) or Glenville (164-7371), mIIiimiliiiiiimillllll ii iii ii iiiii i inn :o We need a person with good typing skills to be our phototypesetter here at the newspaper shop. Full-time, although hours can be flexible. Training provided. IMMEDIATE OPENING Apply in person at 109 E. Main St., GlenviUe. R.D. ARNOLD President smmmmm mmmm mm mm mmmmmmmm mmmm mmmmmm HI INnlNiUUanllnnnliUUlUllnnaaaaleUlalaini WE'VE GOT THE CARS 1964 to 71 Plymouth Duster 70 Nova 70 Plymouth Roadrunner 70 Toyota Wagon 72 Ford Custom 69 Chevrolet Wagon 69 Volkswagen 69 Chev. Z-28 67 Toyota MANY MANY MANY MORE ARE NEW PARTS TOO HIGH? WE HAVE 500 THOUSAND USED PARTS FOR SALE for Veterans Q - l'm a service disabled veteran, and [ have Veterans AdministrationMortgage Life insu- rance coverage on my specially adapted home. How long will this coverage last? A - The insurance will cover your 'wheelchair home" until the mortgage is paid off. the home is sold. or until you reach age 70. Q - I'm a ready reservist, and wonder if I'm eligible for Servicemen's Group Life Insurance {SGLI) issued by the Veterans Administration? A - Yes. The Veterans Insurance Act of 1974 provides automatic $20,000 Q - ] was discharged from military service in 1965 before the current Gl Bill was enacted, and my eligibility expired as of May 31. 1974 - eight years after the bill was passed. Does the 1974 law which extended El Bill benefits from eight to 10 years for Determine separated between 1955 and 1966 apply to me? A -- If you hadn't exhausted your benefits by the former May 31. 1974 deadline. PL 93-337 [July 1974] extended them by two years, or until May 31. 1976. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 37. Leave | 1. Performer 1, Towel marking 40. Digits 16. Ground 4. Burn 41. Sandarac tree 20.Toward the 8. Crude struc- 42. Completely sheltered side ture alone 21. TV personality 12. Exist 46. Very small 22. Land measure 13.---in oneparticle 23. Irish blue 14. Devoted to 47. Girl's name terrier aircraft 48. Bobble 25. Curing meat 15. Improved49. Soothsayer by smoking with age 50. Roams aim- (Scot.) 17. Ivy League lessly 26. Helped school 51.Part ofaweek 27. Judge 18. English lord 19. Restaurant employee 21. Silk velvet 23. 0ast 24.-- test 25. Traitor DOWN "~'V'"~" 28. Greek letters Poor actor (el.) 30. Theatrical Anger 33. Closer 34. Space 3. Variety of gyp- 36. Turnpike fees sum 4. Steady task 37. Obstructions 5. Ululate 38. Great Lake 3 551 Voyaging Not hard 29. Finesse 6. Malt brew 39. Top of the 30. Suit material 7. Detroit hockey head 31.Place team (2 WdsJ 40. Related 32. Comesin again 8. Adage43. Red --- 9. Warmth 44. Historical 38. Decorates 15 10. Author period Gardner 45. Arid 6 23 43 _2 ..---..---.. l0 II 27 28 44 *,5 .--. -_.. Stumptown, WV Phone 354.7991 Closed on Sunday miilnimiannnniulinunniinulunanllnninnun OCT. 5 - OCT. 9 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH GLENVILLE, W.VA. SPEAKING - THE REV. BILL SNIDER 7:30 p.m. Pastor Union Valley Church Parkersburg, W.Va. Sunday - "Is Your God Too Small?" Monday - "Is Your Religion Too Narrow?" {Family Night} Tuesday - "Is Your Faith Too Narrow?" {College Night} Wednesday - "The Best Of Two Worlds" {Youth Night} Thursday - "A Royal Invitation" Pot Luck Dinner and Discussion 6:30 Marriage Enrichment Class _ _ i~ ii i,, GENERAL RI~VENUE SNARING If you soak badly stained dish towels in bleach ano deter- gent in the kitchen Hnk, you'll bleach both towels AND sink. SAVE GAS JIM WEGMANN, INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer 1710 14thSt, Parkersburg, W. Va, 485-5451 ACTUAL USE REPO.RT GENIERAL REVENUE SHARING PROVI'DES FEDERAl.' FUNDS DIRECTLY TO LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS. YOUR GOVERNMi~N'T MUST PUBLISH ]B'ggDBACK Answer to Puzzle {C EVENING PROGRAMS THURSDAY. O(XOBER 2 6:00 -- TBA 6:30 -- 1TV UTILIZATION 7:00 -- THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 - EVENING EDITION ~ MARTIN 8:00 -- ROMANTIC REBELLION. "Blake" 8:30 - CLASS THEATRE PREVIEW: H" 9:00 - CLASSIC THEATRE PREVIEW: THE "Edward II 11:00 - CAPTIONED ABC EVENING NEWS FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3 6:00 - TBA 6:30 - DIAGNOSTIC AND PRESCRIPTIVE TEACHING 7:00 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 - EVENING EDITION WITH MARTIN 8:00 - WASHINGTON WEEK IN PREVIEW 8:30 - WALL STREET WEEK 9:00 - MASTERPIECE THEATRE: COUNTRY 19:00 - TBA 19:30 - AVIATION WEATHER 11:00 - CAPTIONED ABC EVENING NEWS SATURDAY. oCrOBER 4 4:00 - HODGEPODGE LODGE 4:30 - VILLA ALEGRE 5:00 - AUSTIN CITY LIMITS 6:00 - BOOK BEAT, "The Gentle Tasaday" by 6:30 - BLACK PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS 7:00 - FIRING LINE 8:00 - SAGA OF WESTERN MAN, "The Legacy of 9:00 - PLAY IT AGAIN UNCLE SAM 10:00 - TENNO 11:00 - OFF STAGE WITH BEVERLY SILLS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 4:00 - ITV UTILIZATION, "Before Instructional 4:30 - ITV UTILIZATION, "During Instructional 5:00 - EDUCATING HANDICAPPED CHILDREN, 5:30 - ROMANTIC REBELLION, "Ptranesi" 6:00 - OUT STORY. "The Peach Gang" 7:00 - WORLD PRESS 7:30 - LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS 8:00 - EVENING AT SYMPHONY 9:00 - MASTERPIECE THEATRE, SHOULDER TO 10.'00 - THE ASCENT OF MAN, 'The Harvut of the 11:00 - KUP'S SHOW MONDAY, OCTOBER 6 !;! 6:00 - MULLIGAN STEW, "The Fltm Flare Mu" 6:30 - DIAGNOSTIC ~ PltESCR~TIVE 7:00 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30 - ~ l~rnoN WITH MAITIN &0e-- SPgCIAL OF THE WEgK. "Robert Oeveret~" 19:30 - CLASSIC THEATRE PREVIEW, "The Dutch~ 11:00 - CAPTIO~ ABC EVENING NEWS 11:30 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7 6:00 - YOUR ~ IS NOW "Introduction To 6:30 - ITV UTILIZATION, "'After Instructions] 7:00 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:3o EVEN G EDmON wrra MARTIN AGBONSlt 8:00- OURSTORY 8:30 - CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT, "The Big Fix: A 9:.00 - THE ASCENT OF MAN, "The Grain in the 10:00 - WITNESS TO YESTERDAY, "Judas" 10:.30 - WOMAN' "Rape" Part I 11:00 - CAFrlONED ABC EVENING NEWS 11:30 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8 6:00 - GErNN OVER 6:30 - DIAGNOSTIC AND PRESCRIPTIVE TEACHI]~ 7:00 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT 7:30- EVENING EarnoN wrm MArr~ AGiIONSit* 8:00 - BEHOLD THE LAND 9..00 - GREAT PERFORMANCE, "Jennie" 10:.00 RIVALS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES, "The I)et'lte~* Diamonds" 11:00 - CAPTIONED ABC EVENING NEWS 11:30 - THE MOUNTAIN SCENE TONIGHT THIS REPORT ADVISING YOU HOW THESE FUNDS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED DURING THE YEAR FROM JULY 1, 1974, THRU JUNE 30. 1975. . TNt$ IS TO INFORM YOU OF YOUR GOVERNMENTS PRIORITIES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DECISIONS ON HOW FUTURE FUNDS i ,.ou o .E SPENT, NOTE: A"Y COM, ,,TS OF USE OF...SE FU.OS M.Y .E SENT To T.E O.,CE O..EVENUE WAS.,NO ON. O.C. =o==e. . ACTUAL EXPEND)TURES ' I THE GOV'RNMENT ........ 'IC'TEGO"IES ] ,,) CAP,'TA' ] (C) J o, zax, o zas Tom. 1 '( ' ' I I hat renewed General Revenue Sharing ~l , I s I s I payments toteIi.9 $641 I I~ItOTECTIONI S I S " I / - R IO. ......... I PORK W WA 26430 Beautiful fan back maho ony 5 piece parlor set, loveseat, T is 1= I " .' &RA.,. /S Is " i f Morns oak chair, high back/'an chair, split bottom and I leather rocking chairs, school kegs, ornate Ktmbel 7 S ca, Se V,CES / | I _ ?R, Eoo. o. ]s , ,, /s , J . 1886 pump organ with stool, Vmtrola with 25 Edison I records, fa. . dinner bell, cider mill, corn sheller In large | I~ANClAL ) i I _ .o.t.,.T...,o. /s 'LL_ .A I mounting, s,de saddle, picture frames, small Daisy and 9 ~j~ULT!PURPOSE AND l |$ ............. =O metal churns, gold watch case, variety of glass, oil and - " .... l - - -/(D) TRUST FUND REPORT (refer ,o instruct,on D) I other lumps, wicker rocker, sh-mght chah's, vernery and 10 I~UC~TION ~ 7 tO I~UC~T,ON $ - 1 ealanceasofJune30.|974 $ I other pieces, two Burnside stoves, small wood healing ~t 1K)CI~L J_ 2 Revenue Shar, ng Fund= .._~ 0~B/ELO/~ENT IS J:l 1 1 ..... and cook stoves, round oak dining table with 6 chairs ~ ........ [~I~ ~ Received from Y . 974 thru June 30.1975 S O~,L I _ - - ) [outstandin . WILLIAM AND MAltY table, black oevel.0e~m" $ ^ '" i~TR%EvTC&umTI - 3, Interest .ecmveo r g]- '~ .............[ '~ ~ or Credited (July I. 1974 thru June 30 1975) S ,, I('~ 13I:~ELOPMECONOMI $ ~ 4. Funds Released from Obligatmn= $ . ~.~: ONO= %NT walnut and other tables, China cabinet beviled glass sS mo.,nesl. Z3.4 s-,;,'.- h ont and sides, corner cubboard,brass bed, solid __ $ / 6, Funds RetornedtoORS $ ........ I chestnut handmade bed, iron baby bed, solid maple I tS 5" |Is , II .7 Tote. Fu , Av=I.=. , I dresser and chest, chest of drawers, cld arnbo camel I back trunks, baby carnafles, washstand and maa other ' 8 Total Amount Expended - MENTS'HAVE SEEN MET I ,:. ........... r ; /,, I items. I ~um or line I=. column B ano column ~1 = ;,: " "~,, c.rtiWthetthey I o =-Ier~e as of June "u~ loTK ![14!*/'~ I hIVJI~~ - .W xe~,-nOIture I ............. " IS t,o. I (F) THE NEWS MEOIAEN HAVE SEeN ADVISED THAT A COMPLETE COW .... I OWNER OF MERCHANDISE WILL FURNISH / ~' / "~" C REPORT HAS BE PUBLISHED IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCU- ' " "'~-~.oL"I L.ATION I HAVE A COPY oF THIS REPORTANO RECORDS DOCUMENTING THE ! FREECoFFEE AND WILLGIVE AWAY $20.OODoLLARS I - "~ief Executwe "Date I -- TH -Y AR- O _.-,..- .... ICONTENT5. e E PEN FOR PUBLIC SCRUTINY AT THE END OF THE SALE " ; - . -Nameand Title I ,, ' pII~iOI@lllel _ [ i[ I IlIIII I I II I I I I , I I II Ice cream it is frozen the fore Ut,eS Mr.