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~_T_hursday, Jan. 22, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Paee 15 Free Women' s Sc i g" reen n in Lewis Count C.A.R.ES. is coordi- nating a Free Women's Health Screen- ing on Friday, January 23 and Friday, January 30, 2004. The screenings will be held in the offices of OB/GYN Tony Naim and Dr. John Azar in Physician's Building#l, next to Stone- wall Jackson Memorial Hospital be- tween 8 a.m. and noon each day. Lewis County C.A.R.E.S. is dedi- cated to educating local residents about cancer and its prevention. The free screening is being organized by Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospi- tal, the WV Breast and Cervical Can- cer Screening (WVBCCS) program, the Lewis County Health Dept., and the WV Rural Health and Education Partnership. Women who have not received a pap test in the past two years are encouraged to reserve their spot now by calling the Lewis County Health Department. "Cervical cancer is a silent cancer that grows slowly and has no symp- toms until it is too late," noted Kathy Helmick, RN, of WVBCCS. "If'a women still has a cerivix and has not had a pap test in three years, it is especially important for her to have that pap." A pap test is a quick and simple test to detect changes in and around the cervix. It can show inflammation, in- fectiori, abnormal cells or cancer. But most important, a pap test can find Gilmer Co., RL 1 Burnsviile. The possibliities and 'potential are endless. This 100-year-old 1.5 story home that sits on 98 (+/-) acres of woodland with abundant wildlife and owner reports free gas. Full basement needs some work but the owner has supplies and material. It's a true hunters' dream. $99,800. Gilraer Co., Rt. 47, Lina. Refurbished home withadetached two car and one car garage. The two has a 2 bedroom apartment above. Nice home in a quiet rural setting. Close to the Gilmer County Federal Prison. This is a good home for the money! $75,000. Gilmer Co., Rt. 1, Box 150 A, Sand Fork. Well-maintained single wide with new carpet. Level fenced in yard that is beautifully landscaped, 3 storage setting on (+/-) acres. sheds 281 $,16,900. Gilmer Co., 302 Lewis St.. Glenville. Nested in the bend ofRt 33 West is this lovely 2-story Victorian home s. with 4-bedroom detached l-car garage. Unique dental molding around the perimeter of the home. Kitchen was updated in 1999. Forced air gas heat. Insulated walls and attic create a gas budget under $ 100.00. PRICE REDUCED $83,500. With . ofti ,,s to serve you benerl Spencer 927-4400 Clay 587-4622 Sutton 765-2477 Weston 269-7910 ~_~ David M. Greenlee, Broker changes in the cervix before they turn reservation. to cancer. Th,~se changes can he Therewillheotherscreeningsavaii- treated and cancer can usually be pre- able, such as cholesterol, body fal vented; therefore, no woman should index, glucose test, skin cancer and ever die of cervical cancer " more. It is not necessary to registel Breast examinations will also be ahead for these screenings. However available. Interested women can call a woman must reg the Health Dept. at 269-8218 for a pap test. Workshops can help farmers earn* additional income West Virginia farmers may attend ! to 6 p.m., Feb. 11, Lewisburg, ginia Small Business Develpment workshops presented by the West State Fairgrounds con ference room Centers, Small Business Work Force' Virginia Cultural Heritage Tourism 10 a.m to 3 p.m., Feb. 12,and the Potomac Heritage Partner- Program on alternative ways to earn Parkersburg, West Virginia Univer- ship. Each workshop also has hen- revenue from their land, suchasfarm sityParkersburg, Business and lndus- efitedfromiocal sponsors. tours, pick-your-ownordirect-to-visi- try Develpment building The West Virginia Cultural Heri- tormarkets, or entertainment such as .8a.m. to 1 pm.,Feb. 13, Keyser, tage Tourism Program's mission is to corn mazes. Grand Central Business Center con- use the state's historic, cultural and This income method, known as agri- ference room natural resources to establish sustain- tourism, can help bring the customer 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m, Feb. 16, able heritage tourism programs to.- t0 lhe producex, aUowin8many fium Charles, Town, Jefferson Memorial families to maintain a profitable busi- Hospital community room these resources. ness. Speakers include Gerloff, James A. The West Virginia Development Of- "A growing trend is for urban and Maetzoid of National Alternative rice and the Preservation Alliance are suburban residents to explore rural Enterprises and Agritourism Leader the lead organizations in the program areas for rural products and experi- USDA, Andre Nabors of the West with a 27-person steering committee ences," said Scott Gerloff, CEO of the Virignia Division of Tourism. Cindy providing guidance. Potomac Heritage Partnership, a re- Martel and Kelli Boles of the West For questions or to register, please gional nonprofit group that special- Virignia Department of Agriculture, call Carrie Williams at (800) 982- izes in cultural heritage tourism. "West Kim Donahue of Small Business Work 3386 ext. 711 ( Virgnia farmers and small businesses Force and farmers/small business orsenda$15check, iudicatingwhrch are perfectly situated for this opponu- owners engaged in agri-tourism. Rep- workshop you will attend, to: Carrie nity." resentatives from the West Virginia Wiiliams;MainStreetWestVirginia; The workshops help participants USDA Rural Develpment State Of- West Virginia Development Office; engaged in agri-tourism or those con- rice will also participate. Capitol Complex', Building 6/553; sidering the possibilities. Attendees A grant from the Small Business Charleston, WV 25305. will learn about successful efforts, WorkForce, whichunderwritestrain- For workshops in Lewisburg, national and regional trends, and state ing for small businesses, makes the Parkersburg or Keyser, make checks and national assistance. The work- workshopspossible.Sponsorsinclude out to Preservation Alliance West shops also will present pros and cons the West Virginia Development Of- Virginia Make checks out to Shep- of operating such businesses, from rice, Preservation Alliance of West herd College for attendance at the customer service to managing risks. Virginia, the West Virginia Divison C arles Town workshop. Registration for each workshop is of Tourism, the West Virginia $15. The schedule includes: Deparment of Agriculture, West Vir- Legis laav e Update It's business as usual for By Delegate Brent Boggs The Second Regular Session of the 76th Legislature is now officially un- derway. After concluding the interim meet- ings early last week, the ses- sion began last Wednesday at noon, followed by a full slate of major commits tee meetings in the afternoon, and the State of the State Address by Governor Wise that night. Thursday, the Finance Committee budget hearings kicked into high gear, with the Governor's Office present- ing the proposed executive budget to the committee. Also, the Secretary of Tax and Revenue made a lengthy budget presentation in the afternoon, addressing the projected budget short- fall for the upcoming 2005 fiscal year which begins July 1, 2004. As of Friday, January 16, 2004, the third day of the 2004 Regular Ses- sion, the House of Delegates as- sembled and introduced 10 pieces of l e&islation. The total number of bills ing considered now stands at 680, which includes 624 carry-over bills and 36 imtiatives requested by the Governor. In the Senate, 19 bills were intro- duced; two bills originated out of the Education Committee and one bill passed. Senate Bill 166, which would reduce the allowable blood alcohol content for DUI, was reported out of the Judiciary Committee, taken up for immediate consideration and passed by the full Senate. for information on LIEAP to see if This bill will now go to the House yrt/qualify. for its consideration. I am pleased On another note, The West Vir- that this session, it appears that SB ginia Division of Culture and History 166 the bill to lower the DUI blood is now accepting applications for his- alcohol level from .10 to .08 will toric preservation grants through their finally pass. Thus far, it is on the fast State Historic Preservation Office. track and should he passed by the Nearly $500,000 will be Housesometimethisweekandsentto subject to legislative appropriations. the Governor for his approval imme- According to the Division of Cul- diately afterwards, ture and History, eligible projects in- Again this year, I am privileged to clude restoration, rehabilitation, or have a Judith A. Herndon Fellowship archaeological development of his- student working as my legislative as- toric s tes listed on the State or Na- sistant during the session. Ms. tional Register of Historic Places. Katherine Friddle will be assisting Private properties are eligible only in me at the Capitol. Kate is in her senior instances where evidence exists that year at West Virginia Wesleyan Col- there is public support and benefit. lege and resides in Elkins. I look For additional information, contact forward to working with her during Ms. Pamela Brooks at 558-0240, ext. the upcoming session. 720. Deadline for applications is During this time of year, cold March31,2004. weather causes natural gas usage to Please contact me if I may be of skyrocket, assistance. Please address your mail While the Public Service Commis- to my Capitol office: Building l, Room sion continues to debate and examine 220 East, Charleston, WV 25305 or the merits of the proposed rate in- to my home office: PO Box 254 crease, many individuals and families Gassaway, WV 26624. By telephone, have a tough time paying the high you may contact me at 340-3137 at rates. In some instances, a program the Capitol, For those with Internet administered by the WV Department access, my e-mail address is of Health and Human Resources may You can obtain provide some needed assistance, additional legislative information The Low Income Energy Assis- from the Legislature's web site at tance Program may help if you are out of work, on a fixed income or low As always, please remember our income. This is a grant program that troops - at home and abroad - and is directly applied to your gas hill. keep them and their families in your The funds flow to the State from a thoughts add prayers. As legislators federal block grant and dollars are tackle the issues that face West Vir- limited, so federal guidelines foreli- ginia, keep us in your prayers, too. gibility apply. For additional infer- Until next week, take care. mation, contact the WV Division of Health and Human Resources and ask REALTOR" #0832--ELM STREET: One bedroom bungalow with living room, kitchen, small room and bath on three lots Very convenient to college and town. REDUCED TO $15,000 AGENCY INC. ...... ~--.~~.~ #1962-COLLEGE ST.- Remodeled older home has 4 apartments, laundry area, off-street parking. House has been well maintained. Separate building being used foran office Good income. REDUCED TO $62,500 #0407-201 HOWARD ST.- 2 story home has living room, dining room, kitchen 3 bedrooms, 1 bath and partial basement. Walking distance to college. PRICE REDUCED $34,900 #0200-BURNSVILLE: Metal building, 59x120 with 128 acres, o(h- ter r is r, hed, preser being usedfor abar. Possl01e uses for this property are unlimitsd. C, al for more details. Price $340,000 #0Q01~2 story bdck b~Jda~ (46x52) is prese~ being used as a busi' s two rer urns upsta Could have 4 apadmen wth some Price 95,000 #1301-419 NORRIS ROAD: Three bedroom home has LR-kitche, FR and bath; FA heat-2 area AC, 2 porches and deck carport and outbuilding. PRICE $69,500 ares. Decks at front back FA 2 area One car garageandone capol-kxrewasjust C lormore i REDUCED TO $59,900 #1300-KANAWHA DR. HEIGHTS - On Rt. 5 West, 32 building lots from one-half acre to over one acre. Gas, electric and water available. PRICES VARY FROM $10,000 to $20,000 . br has . r groo dlring room, kJtchen,3bedroorr and2baths. Fuibasementhas ball% latrt , sWa0a. Very to 1-79. Pnca S137, 00 #0204-295 PINE ST.: 3 bedroom home has living room, #1600-ROUTE 5 EAST: 23 acres+ oflanct Some frontsge on Route 5, Urdimited possitxlitiss fot development. Call for details. $375,000 #1601 -SAND FORK - 2 houses and lots. Larger house has living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bath and laundry. New kitchen is very nice. Lots of remodeling. Cellar, above-ground pool with deck. FA in heat, central air, cit water and sewage. Building 16 X financing. PRICE $37,000 24 is insulated witldt mcrete floor, wall heater. Small #030 - BUFINSVlLL acres of land, just off 1-79. house has living room, kitchen, bath and was recently Bock buidmg is rented to five ciflerent business , with room remodeled. 1 car garage. Can be bought together or teft for more devetopmer Lots of PRICES299,500separately. TOTAL PRICE $110,000 #0400 COX'S MILLS - Brick ranch has large LR with fireplace, kitchen-dining room area, 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, utility kitchen alxl two-car garage, Cellar, appl. outbuilding. Three buildings on opposite side of road. t 1.078 acres of land. Nice big yard. $120,000 COUNTY: Located on Thres Lick above Odando. Pm-b home has rMng room, kiehen, 3 bedrooms and 2balhs. Nice large .lot, rrnited free gas repodsd. Reduced to $59,900 #0405-101 COLLEGE ST.: oJder 2 story home has-IMrEj #1602-SAND FORK- 3 bedroom ranch with IMng room/ kitcherVdigning room, bath, full basement. Nice baekyard. FA gas furnace. House is well maintained. PRICE $,52,500 #1603-'117 N. LEWIS ST.: 1-1/2 story home has 2 rental units. Basement has 2 bedrooms, living room- kitchen, and bath. Main unit has living room, dining room and kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bath. PR IC E $75,000 #1604-~:~WELL ST.: Large house has living room, dining room. kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 1 bath and two basement. Lots of living space. Also included in the sale: 2 apartments. Each one has living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and beth. Good income properties. PRICE $85,000 Niceoornerlot out of floodzone. DRASTICALLY REDUCED. #O500--RTF_ S EAST: Nice 2 bedroom home has LR- DR-kitchen, laundry, and bath, above-ground basement has finished apartment that could be rented. Upstairs has FA and CA. Large garage is 56'X24'. Outbuilding, nice yard, place for garden. City water. Some owner financing possible. Reduced to $63,000. #0600-MINERAL ROAD: Beautiful brick home has 3 bedrooms, I.iving room/dining room area with very nice fireplace, kitchen, craft room, utility room, 3 baths, and large carport. Price $250,000 #1840-SAND FORK: Located on Route 5 about 3 miles from the prison. Garage apartment, 3 bedroom living room, dining/kitchen area, bath, full basement with garage and utility room, rewired, new carpet, repainted, new paneling in bedrooms, new rear entrance, storm doors, garden space. Make reasonable offer. #1945-PICKLE STREET: Thriving business, auction house, 40x40 main building with 36x68 pole and metal building added for larger sale area. Bleachers, heat, water well, includes lunch wagon, storage buildings. Two trucks with boxes, sound system. Call for details. #0601 - LOWER LEVEL & PIGEON RUN, CENTER DISTRICT: 134 acres. Surface. Excellent bunting. PRICE $80,400. #0602- HARDMAN FORK, DEKALB DISTRICT: Two tracts of surface land. One parceJ has 148.5 acres; the other parcel has 53 acres. Being sold as one tract. PRICE $120,900 #1958-19 BROOKLYN DR. - 1 - 1/2 Story home has IMng room/dining room china cabinet and bay window, kitchen, 5 bedrooms with large ciosats, 2baths, basement front and back porches, fenced back yard is landscaped and very attractive. One car garage and three off-street parking spaces. Upstairs of house has been remodeled as well as many other items. Call for more details. PRICE REDUCED TO $58,000 #0833--UNN: 2.5 acres, 3 or 4 bedroom home. Has rNing room, kitchen, dining room, bath. Carpeted throughout. $35,000 #1959-ELM STREET - 4 lots on Uttle Kanawha River. Lots of possibilities.;,~. RICE REDUCED $5,500 #1002,4281/2 QtARLES STREET: 3 bedroom house, has Fwing room, cining room, Idlchen, front room, 1-1/2 baths, u~y roorn and fu~ ~ Three apartments behind house. AI for $110,000 #1960-S. LEWIS ST. - 30.63 acres of land in two pamels. Minsral dghts (1/2) are indtrledi saJe. Possil i king sites. So e of the land is prssenlly being laaSUed. REDUCED TO #1006-COX'S MILLS: 2 or 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room/kitchen area, and bath, small basement, cellar, good windows, 2 porches, 2 garages, 3/4 acres with garden spot; post office rent will help may payment. Reduced to $58,000 #1963-BURNTHOUSE AREA: 30 (+/-) acres with a area. $50,000 #2308--WALNUT/SPRING STS: This house on the comer of Walnut Stre and SpringStreet has three #1104-CAMDEN FLATS" 3 bedroommnch style home has room, Idk:hen with laundry area and a bath. PRICE Aiso-3n k :lin- dale ret o he'fh r Ts.-TWeyeach $40,000. NEGOTIABLE-OWNER WANTS TO SELL have three bedrooms, LR. idtchen, F.R and a bath. All three pdced at $90,000. #1105--EAST MAIN: Business for sale plus two houses on corner lot. First floor houses the Crafter's Patch. #2309-205 COLLEGE STREET: Nice 2 or 3 bedroom Upstairsisanapadment.Secondhousehas3bedroorns, .home has living room, dining room; kitchen with living room, diningroom-kitchen, and bath. All inventory in pantry. Laundry, 2 baths. Home has basement and Craftefs Patch is included in the price. Good rental" attic areaforstoraga, oUtbuilding and2-cardetached properties, plus a business. $199;500 garage with work area. Conveniently located. Owner wants to SELL. Make realistic offer, LISTED AT $50,000 #12fl .D :l GRASS 11.7acres (more or less) sudam only. buidng p:sdde line $10,g00 #'2310-SYCAMORE: 170.55 acs on waters of Sycamore. Joins Glenville Golf Course. Lots of Possibilities. PRICE $102,500 B~ro~Lee McPherson 462-7039 Brad McPherson 110 E. Main Street a ent,,s2-st Glenvllle, WV 26351 AS~3~650r349"15 " (304) 462-7039 Office Monday thru Friday 9:00 to 5:00 Saturday Cloud i