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December 26, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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December 26, 1975

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I Two county, 24 hour emerEency service Harris. 64 of sister of Mary died Dec. Braxton County. late Thomas and She was a TOWson United had been a iYears, 21 of them by her a daughter, at home: two Cutlip, of San Burdett Cutlip. sister. Rome Gilmer and Calhoun Counties are now being served by an emerRencv 24-hour seven day week answering service, intended to provide a more comprehensive and expedient re- sponse to family crisis, child abuse. child neglect, emergency child care needs and other personal emergency assistance. Provided through the Community Based Family and Children's Services. this service is available after regular office hours by using a "Code-A-Phone.' The 'Code-A-Phone' delivers a message to the caller, giving directions on how to obtain emergency assistance or recording a message which will bc responded to within the next working day. The Community Based Family and Children's Services program operates under the cooperative direction of the West Virginia Department of Welfare and the Governor's Interagency Council for Child Development Services. For more information on this emergency service, the public is invited to contact the project office at 100 Mill Street. Grantsville. or phone 354-6155. Were held Dec. the Mitchell - in Baltimore, were 11:30 | Sutton Cemetery officiating. Hayhurst, 71 Dec. 15, at Canter Henry and Ida member of the her husband. two brothers, and Heber, t'wo sisters. Mrs. Fla., and Mrs. in death by one t brother. were held. 2 at the Rogers with the Cemetery, VA berne @Iron aid= veterans The Veterans Administration's new GI home loan policies hre creating welcome new business for the housing and construction industries, according to Ram A. Tiano, Director of the VA Regional Office. The loan guaranty office serves approximately 228,000 veterans in West Virginia. Enactment of the Veterans Housing Act of 1974 made thousands of veterans who served during World War II and after eligible for a second entitlement to a VA-guaranteed home loan if they have paid off their first GI home loan and sold that property, said Tinno. The VA guarantees 60 percent up to a ma~mum of $17.500, whichever is less. of home loans private lenders make to eligible military service personnel and veterans of World War It and later periods. Tiano says the VA also now accords full recognition to incomes and expe of both veterans and spouses in determining slaty to repay loan obligations, making qualLfications easier. However, the VA is required by law to determine if contemplated terms of repayment bear a proper relation to the veteran's anticipated income and expenses before approving the loan. While the spouse's income has always been considered, final determination sometimes had the effect of discounting the spouse's income, he said. A veteran who buys a home with VA assistance usually finds the loan easier to obtain because the VA guarantees part of the loan. No down payment is necessary in most cases, but may be required by the lender. If the purchase price exceeds the reasonable value as determined by the VA. the veteran must pay the difference in cash from his own resources. The loan may be repaid over a long period of time at a moderate interest rate {currently nine percent), with the option of paying off all or part of the loan in advance without penalty. The VA appraises the home to determine its reasonable value in the market prevailing at the time the appraisal was made. offers will offer courses in 16 the state Semester that addition, three over WVU's W3NVU-TV. Gedner, WNU credit for held Dec. 8-12. at any of Offices: in Morgan- Beckley, Keyser, Mill; or at inthe Liberty State Potomac g, and will include athematics. poll- speech, social work at is $15 per w Ube hour. A late charged after 17 classes to be Mfl]. c~ center wig be torten, Elkins. West Liberty Center will offer nine courses on campus, 14 in Glen Dale, and three in Weirton. The Potomac State Canter will offer 17 courses including three in Petersburg. The graduate center in Parkersburg will offer 26 courses to be taught at Parkersburg South High School and the WVU center at Shepherd College will offer 21 courses. WVU also will offer one cor zM. English novels dealing with youth and education, and the Master of business Administration (MBA) program in the Parkersburg and Wheeling areas, Gainer said. Students'registering for English 284 should write or phone Carolyn Nelson for the course syllabus. Her address is 17fl8 Woodland Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505; telephone 599-3068. Gainer explained that only those who are newly accepted by the WVU College of Business and and those previ y admitted to the off-campus program who have successfully completed all attempted course work can enrcl] in the MBA program. Information concerning the MBA program may be obtained by writing Ben J. Tuchi, College of Business and Economics, West Virginia University, Morgantowm WV 265~; telephone 293-2951. ~Br- :..~.~ =--L ion time the elf-employed! you why Keogh and You % L,fe has a booklet-- and You'--that tells yuu all you know about the prov,slons of Keogh Act that allow yOL; tO currently taxes on 15o of you: earned raceme year up to a maximum of $7500 you put th~s income :o work to b:Jdd rehrement pla;~. COVers ehg~bihty, contributions, payment ange,nents, benefits dividends and more to help you make the right ~.~1 r Your ,':ee copy. w=thou! obl,gation. I Or write me. B. I~,ALL. IR. 813 Grand Central Aw:nue Vienna. W.Va. 25105 Office: I:~H) 295-4561 Rq~i(h;n,:e {:~04j 295-5353 ISmmm ] mmq SUPERETTE OPEN CHRISTMAS | mmmllmmmmlll Rcrbd Born to wnte and stag, are the words that best describe this young man dedicated to God and to God's Music. Raised on a farm on the coast of North Carolina, Laveme Tripp has always.had a song in his heart_ He began ranging at camp meetings and in church when he was only two and a haft years old, and, as he grew, his love for music grew also. After finishing bible school in Greenville, South Carolina, he sang with several the Blue for six years. Laveme left Ilue Ridge to enter into full time evarq~lisiic work. Many awards and ~ have been presented to this singing evangelist. In 1971, his song "'lKnow", was the number one qqng in gospel music for all twelve months of that year. His next corr~tion. "That Day Is Almost Here", replaced. "'1 know" in the nu~r one spot. This song was replaced'by "After Calvary", making Laverne Tripp - three, number one songs in a row to reach number one in gospel mumc charts. A record that has never been broken. In 1972, he was crowned king of gospel music. In 1973, ha won the award as the number orm lead singer among all the gospel groups. Laveme travels from coast to coast and border to border singing the gospel and proclaiming to the world that Jesus is coming soon. As the Holy Spirit leads this man and guides his life, many souls have been, and me being won into the Kingdom of God through his ministry in song and word. See Hear LaVeme Tripp atthe G mr County Recreation Center Friday, Jmmary 2, 1976 Time: 7:30 p.m. FREE ADMISSION A free will offering bemkan EVERYONE IS WELCOME! 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