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| Page 14 ---The Glenvflle DemocraffPathfinder --- Thursday, Jan. 22, 2004 IIllll How to place your classified and how to pay: Most ads require prepayment. Use Visa or Mastercard to pay for your classified ad, call 304-462-7309, fax 304-462-7300 or email glenwllenewsad @ [ Bill Foster ] [ DOSS ENTERPRISES ] I I I Dump Truck, Backhoe and Dozer I ] Cable Tooland Rotary I I Service / I Water Well Drilling t IDirt removal, foundations, drains, water I | & gas lines, limestone hauled, septic | [ Clean Outs - Lie, WV021212 i [tanks class i & ii, laser transit equipped / I Tel: 304.462-8481 953 Mineral Rd, I Glenvlile, Wi I I Linn, WV 304-269-5895 ] ILet's talk about your computer needs! L 462-71:16 ] L Lic,#WV027217 12-211ndefc l I9a'm't5p'm'Mn'F~'SattUIf2 RamcoTechnotogle$OnLine(RTOL)] [ 'tWatch'Cick&JewblryREPAIR -I I Fast Friendly Service with a Smile! Unfimited Interact Service, j I I..4 Pead & Bead Stringing I [ Aopen (registered retailer) computer I :~IP ~ & Clasp Repair I I components for Quality & Local Access Numbers & Support I I .AIl~'r~jl~ Jrl Free Ultrasonic Cleaning.I [Performance minded end users.13t12-4 ~net for INs ~ sO C=ms p~r day [ Semester Rates for StudentsI [~ "'S:P0~.~iii~S:-~; I 207 N. Lewis Street, GlenviJle I 462-7560 or 800-640-7989 8-10lndefc I " " Glenville PC Custom Built PCs & repair II HELP WANTED: Experienced Swab Rig/ Service Rig operator. To run new ng in Southern WV. Minimum five years ex- perience as actual rig operator, must be wil!ing to relocate. Excellent pay and benefit package. Send resume to Box 1872 Bluefield, WV 24701.211 -29 CASE MANAGER WANTED: Licensed Social worker, have own transporta- tion; travel in Gilmer/Lewis. Experience w. infants/ prenatal a plus. Fax re- sume: 304-836-5413 or call 1-800-924- 0028. 1ti-22 HELP WANTED: Full-time registered nurse on Personal Care Program. In- qu|re at Gilemr Co. Senior Center. 462- 5761. 2tl -29 OPTOMETRIST: 30 hrs per week. Expe- rienced. 1-800.469-4467. ltl-22 HELP WANTED: SunBridge for Glenville is seeking a Social Services Director. Must be eligible for social worker li- cense or currently be licensed. Full time position with benefits including paid vacation, holiday and sick time, 401K, with health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances available. Please fax resume in confidence to (304) 462-8272 or apply in person at the facility. You may also contact Donna Crickard, NHA for further information. EOE. 1 t 1-22 CPA WANTED: The Council of Senior Citizens of Gilmer County, Inc. is seek- ing bid proposals for the annual audit- fiscal 2002-2003. An A-133 is required. Send bids to Gilmer County Senior Center at 302 E. Main Street, Glenville, WV 26351. 2tl -15 HICK'S ATV PARTS: Brakes, engine re- build kits, U-joints, clutch kits, tires, wheels, CDI boxes, starters & ATV PUBLIC NOTICE: Absolutely No accessories, also trailer parts, break trasspassingonthepropertyofMr.andboxes, hitches, balls and lights. 853- Mrs. J. Hurley on Steer Run, 2011or 644-5053 & leave a message. Normantown, WV. 2tl-29 Now buying junk 4-wheelers. 4t2-5 PREGNANT? Need someone to talk to? FOR SALE: Music Instruments, new and Confidential counseling. Call toll free used. Strings, cords, amps, tuners. 877-472-1122. 7-30indef Buying good used instruments. The Pawn Shop. 269-6330. 2-27indefc Your hearing may have been damaged. You may be entitled to benefits under WV Workers Compensation Program. Call 1-800-488-7314 for more infor- mation. 7t2-26 JENKINS TIRE SALES Computer Balancing Batteries 462-8220 13t2-5 FOR SALE: 2003 Yellow Honda Foreman 450s/ push button 4x4. 156 Miles. Brand New. $7,300. Call 545-4803, or 345- 2186. CRITTERS ENTERPRISE: Dozer and backhoe service. Specializing in Class I & II septic and aeration systems. Call Eddie Facemire 364-2257, WV #033553. 8t2-6 WANTED LAND & FARMS IN GILMER, LEWIS & BRAXTON COUNTIES: Also, producing oil & gas royalties. If you want the best pdce for your land, call or write us at P.O. Box 179, Glenville, WV 26351, 462-5743. Fax 462-5515. All inquines will be kept strictly confiden- tial. 7-20indefc TREE-RIPENED CITRUS FRUIT Pink Grapefruit - $.15.50 for 4/5 bushel Navel Oranges - $17.25 for 4/5 bushel Tangelos - $23.00 for 4/5 bushel Half cases - I/2 price Order by Thursday night Jan. 22 Pick up Monday, February 2. Country Life Natural Foods 211 North Lewis Street Glenville, WV 26351 304-462-8157 Hours: M, W, Th- 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Fri, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. INSURANCE Do you have an older mobile home or manufactured home and would like homeowner insurance on it? Call Ken Foglesong Agency at 304- 462-8334 and we would be happy to provide you a quote. YOU MAY QUALIFY fora new home. Call (304) 472-8900 to complete your "No Obligation" over the phone application. 2tl -29 LET ME SHOW YOU HOW TO USE YOUR TAX REFUND as a down payment on your new home. Call Tammy at 888/ 927-2338 for details. 4t2-5 GORGEOUS DISPLAY MODEL FOR SALE at reduced pdce. Must take delivery within 30 days: Come take a look at the Home Show of Buckhannon, Route 33 between Weston and Buckhannon. (304) 472-8900. 211-22 DISPLAY MODEL CLEARANCE: Save $1000's on all of our 2003 Display Homes at Middletown Home Sales of Weston. 800-874-4663 or 269-7500. 5-23indefc FOR SALE: 2000 Red Chev. Tahoe, Z-71, 4x4,350 V-8 engine, power seat adjust- ments and heated, power windows, rear air, new All Terrain tires, trailer hitch, loaded up! 44,500 miles. Asking $21,995.00. May consider taking a trade on an older 4x4. Contact Tom Reaser, evenings 462-5267. t 1-6indef www.aplusreal, com Wdliam E. Caffrey, Broker Joel Shanesy, Agent Bruce Fdzwater, Agent Tom RaUiff, Agent EQUAl. HOUSING OPPOR'~,,NrTY RT 5 East: 3/4 t',&~EB~Hg~4 acres $89,000. Stewart's Creek: I]Nl)~RI/COJ~r~s $50,000. Rt 5 E: ~ll~UEl~l:D~lrl~t~'$69,900 Sand Fork: 3/5 bedroom, 2 baths, living room, kitchen, dinint2 hardwood floors. Separate garage with carport. Fenced play area. FA gas heat. Central air. Nice Int. $79,500 RL 47:90 acres +/-. Historic 3 BR, I bath, original log cabin, 120 + years old, out buildings, pond, working farm, $149,900, 4 Rental properties or homes from $14,900 Building lets Homes with acerage Sun Valley Estates: 3 be~fllffad)l bath, garage. $122,500 462-8331 or 1-800-974-8331 II ("'~l"[fitt~ YOAK PROPERTIES - JAMES YOAK, BROKER Sales Associates: Bryan Groves, Laura Rhoades, iuntrv Kathy Woodford, Mike Batten, Carol Goodrich Phone & Fax: 462-5997 E-mail:fimyoak@rfoLnet n unitedcountr .cond[ lenvillewv THE SPRING RUSH IS COMING. WE NEED LISTINGS FOP-, OUR. MANY NATIONAL BL/YEI~!!! THINKING OF SELLING? GIVE US A CALL LAUREL FORK - 108 ac with nice ~lg][~ldcabin, LR, kitchen/dining, b, Nice meadow, streams, mature woods, good hunting. Private & quiet. $107,000 HACKERS RUN- 60,35 ac, mostly v~ffd]kl..d~tric. Private & good hunting. $28,000. ROW]ELLS RUN- I ~]~li~i~.e,q~llM]~ hunting. $69,900 ROCKCAMP RUN -lr~l~,]~]~li~p~l~]~l~~ cabin. $37,500 LITTLE CK - 201 ac with 1600 sq ft home. 2 BR, l I/2 baths, kitchen, It/dr w/hardwood floor. Garage, workshop w/l BR apt above. Barn with 10 stalls, corral. 10 ac meadow, 30 acres fenced pasture. Some marketable timber, pond, creek. Private, good hunting. $195,900. PICKLE ST - 20 ac, FREE GAS, 2 story, 4 bedrooms, I bath, LR, kitchen/dining area, utility. Meadow producing hay. stream, 40'x72' metal bldg, concrete floor, $139,000. LITTLE COVE RD - 30 ac, 3 BR, 2 bath home. LR with hardwood floor & woodstove. kitchen/dining with oak cabinets. Partial basement 3ac meadow, mature woods, stream $100,000. PICKLE ST - 4 ac with 3 BR, 1 bath home, kilchen/dining area, LR with hardwood floors, multipurpose room. Covered front porch. Good Access. Possible owner financing $48,000 SAND FORK - 5 ac, all usable, with 3 BR. 1 bath home in need of some repair. outbuilding, nice yard and garden area. Stream & room for cattle, horses, etc, Must see at $39,800. NORMANTOWN - Thriving convenience store & gas station, small dining area, all mventory and furnishings included. Excellent income & investment potential. Located near intersection and near school. PRICED THOUSANDS BELOW APPRAISAL. Motivated seller. $159,000. HOLT RUN - 2 acres with 4 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home. LR & DR, kitchen, with appliances, den, utility room, porch deck, 2 stall garage/workshop. $67,000 WOLF]PEN RUN- 5.36 ac with charming 2 BR, 1 bath. raised DR, kitchen w/honey oak cabinets, LR w/wood floors, utility, cellar, breezeway, 1 car garage, barn. Private. $95,000 OTHER LISTINGS AVAILABLE, STOP BY OR GIVE US A CALL VISIT OUR INTEKNET SITE: I III FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with garage. AFARTMENT FOR RENT: over Clean. 19 miles from Gtenville, Rt. 47. laundramaV car wash on West Main $450/monthanddeposit.gasincluded.Street. $300 per month includes u~li- No HUD or pets. 349-5647. 2tl-29 ties except electric. 462-4714. 211-29 FOR RENT: 3 BR, 2 bath, very clean, with FOR RENT: Three rooms, good neighbor- washerldryerlstovelfridge. No pets. hood, walking to school. 304-296-7742. $450 per month plus utilities. $450 de- 1-8indef posit required. Letter Gap area. 10 miles from Gienville. 462-5264. 4t2-12 FOR RENT: Small, one bedroom mobile home, $145 plus utilities, no pets, refer- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in the coun- ences. Camden Rats. Call 462-8441. try. 462-8929. 2tl-29 8-7indef FREE PUPPIES! Very cute and cuddly. Mixed-partHusky, Labradore. Call the FOR RENT: 3 bedroom and 2 bedroom Finley's at 462-8232. ltl-22 mobile homes in Camden Flats. Call 462-7948 or 462-7384 and ask for John. 10-30 indef HELP WANTED: SJMH is now accepting Directly off !-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 HOUSE OF TUNES applications for fulltime respiratory care ...... = technician, certified or registered or ! LPN to work in Resipretory Care (train- ing availble). Position requires shift ~'t~'~" rotation (day/evening) and some on- call shifts (1 lp-7a). Current WVticense / required. Excellent salary and benefits. Contact Diane Ocheltree at 304-269- 8094 or write SJMH, 230 Hospital Plaza, Weston, WV 26452. 2t1-15hiring for tent manufacturing. Apply in person at. Panther Primitives. Normantown, WV. K " KO 1 3t1-22 JAN. 23RO $5.00 HELP WANTED: Rig Operator. Must have Friday Charge experience in the oil field and expert- Roe" N, I! ence operating a service rig and dozer. Position requires a Class A CDL and :~NoC~r!ik~:t:3 ~ ~:~:to~ must be a dedicated worker. Ramsey Associated Petroleum. Hours Monday- JAN. 24TH $6.00 Friday 8 a,m.- 5 p.m. 2-27indef Saturday Charge : Top40 S... LADIES-S-TN" S- .Friday Nights. Half.Price Adraissia~ far Ladies During the Month of January, except special events. R LIG ON TODAY at Exit 67 off 1-79, 2000 Sutton Lane, Sutton, W'v' 26601 , Sutton/Ratwoods Days Inn "Where West Virginia Meets" * Wireless lntemet Available* 462-7820 Gasoline. On~Off Road Diesel - Beer - Wine - Hot Dogs - Snacks Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. ~ Sundays 8 a.m. - 11 Watch Saturdays at 6:00 p.m. Visit your West Virginia Lottery Retailer and find out how you can be a game show contestant and win up tO $l, O00,O00t On-air VVV contestant - January 17, 2004 Becky Miles playing for Chuck Eddleman of Elkins,VVV...$1,100 At-home players - $ I O0 David Perry Huntington Tony Nanni Harmet Burlin Tustin Salem Hanna Kozak Tad Dorothy Horgan Crum Next Drawing February,.,5 2004 at West Virginia Lottery Headquarters Instant Millionaire Game Show from L=,Veg~! There's more than one way m play! Pl~Veg~ Bir~o and now Good things h~en when you play. HOUSE FOR RENT: 2or3 BR, Kanawha FOR RENT: 1,2 or 3 bedroom apartments. Drive, $400 month, plus utilities. Call pay own utilities. $200-$295 per month. 304-872-1051. 12-11 indef Secudty deposit required. 462-4997. 11-9indef FOR RENT: 1 Br apt., next to Mama's Place restaurant. $375 all utilities in- cluded. For information call 462-8293, ask for Joe. 10-16indef FOR RENT: Executive log home apart- ments, Rt. 5E, 3 miles from Grantsville and 15 miles from Glenville, 2 BR, loft, one bath, furnished or unfurnished, free utilities, deposit and lease required. $550/month and up. 354-6672. 7-18indefc HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 or 3 BR, LR, K, Bath, Utility Room, partially remodeled, 0.25 acre, 2 storage buildings. $49,000 OI30. Call 304-872-1051. 12-11indef FOR SALE: 10 lots on Elm St. out of flood plain. Phone 462-5291. 4tl-29 ininnmlnmiinmlnlllllmllI 1 l l II (304) 269-3493 l Automotive Headliner 1-800-640-3493 | Recovers II Prices start at Mon.-FrL 9 am- 5 pmm l $ ,00 137 Armory(Behind Rd., Armory) Weston, W.Va. [l'l mmmm m m m m mmm m m mm m m mmm m m m = m m m m m mmm Father Edwin Daschbach, SVD The Da Vinci Code III When I was a youngster in Pitts- burgh, Louie was a friend with whom my brother and I played ball, rode bikes, etc. We all attended St. Eliza- beth grade school in Pleasant Hills. My brother and I went on after gradu- ation to begin studies for the priest- hood, while Louie entered an area public high school. I remember talking with Louie during summer vacations, and dis- covering a very keen scientific mind. B ut his religious education had pretty much stopped after grade school. As a result, he was thinking about things and asking questions that should have been addressed on his swiftly maturing level, but weren't. I always feared that, as a resuh, his religion would very soon become irrelevant as he delved more deeply and widely into science. I thought of Louie when I learned that Dan Brown~ author of The Da Vinci Code, actually believes what he writes in this novel. I at first thought that the errors and distortions were just part of the story. His conviction indi- cates, on the contrary, that his book may be not simply a novel but an actual propaganda effort. Dan did a lot of research, quite exhaustive e yen, to flesh out the story's intriguing plot (Are the errors that still result part, again, of the plot?). But his conviction that he truly be- lieves the essential story line behind the novel, namely the marriage of Jesus to Magdalene and all that the novel says falls from'that, raises the question in my mind of why he avoided objecti ve research and study on the religious level. He could eas- ily have become acquainted with up to date research and insights. On the phone this week, a priest friend of mine from Chicago told me of a meeting he had recently attended. It was presented by two top biblical scholars of the Chicago area and hun- dreds of people were present. The topic: The Da Vinci Code. What struck my friend were the kind of questions people were asking. They reflected an abysmal igno- rance of their religion, its beliefs and the reasons for those beliefs. These are pre- cisely the individuals com- mentators fear are going to be influenced by the book's indoctrination efforts. We have, in brief, a popu- lace that tends to pick up its knowledge of faith from store tabloids, from novels filled with distortions, rather than from solid information sources. It's the same as someone using the likes of Loraine Boettner's Roman Catholicism, or "Chick Publication" adolescent-style pamphlets for his or her understanding of the Catholic Faith. What a shame that scandal sheets are preferred to the challenge presented by serious objective read- rag. By the way, this is one of the reasons why I've stressed in my ar- ticles the importance of education over sports. When our students come out of our schools without sharp, trained and searching minds, they turn into gullible adults! t N()W ACCEPTIN(; E.ILT