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12 TheGlenvillel)emocrat/Pathfmder ,-h 1, ,o William 512 Elk Street Gassaway, WV, 26624 Offiee 364.8365 Or 364-5547 A. B. Stewart 364-2431 William Hunt (Broker) 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 Speeiai ! Speeial I Real Farm Speeia!! 213 Acres, House, Barn, Equipment, Cattle, And Panor.mie View, * 112,000, Negotiable. City Block, Gassaway - Own your own city block, Catholic Hill. Full price $5,900. ' i I 6,900 square foot building near Burnsvllle Dam - Large owner's apartment with fireplace, former glass factory with display rooms. Full price $39,500. A fraction of replacement costs. I 169 acre working cattle farm - Good house, barn, other outbuildings. 140 cleared and working acres. Move right in, $49,800. Tobia's Game Farm, Leading Creek - 164 acres excellent hunting, $160. per acre. Free gas reported. 22 acres near Burnsville overlooking Interstate - All usable land, fair access, $8,900. 50 acres, Mount Run, $8,500. 20 acres, Wolf Pen Run, $2,500. I I I m I I Super Speeial ! 2 Bedroom Home With Large Garden. 40 acres, Little Birch, $5,900. Out Of Town Yet Aeeessible. Saeriflee *15,900. l II II I ,i I i 142 acres beautiful farm near Normantown. House with huge fireplace, barn, creek, sugar tree orchard and more. $59,900. I I I I 330 acres, Wolf Route near Sutton, with a one story, 6 room house. About 180 acres open, balance in timber, almost all tractor land, 4 improved springs, 50 x 150 pond, peach, apple and pear trees. Good boundary fence and cross fences. Buildings include cellar, cellar house, barn, chicken house, garages, main barn with 2 sheds, and 3 additional sheds. House is in excellent shape, with block foundation, aluminum siding, off forced air furnace, 2 bedrooms. Full price for this working farm is $89,000. Gassaway - 7 room house recently remodeled, near Grade School. 2 fireplaces, natural gas heat, 3 bedrooms, all hardwood floors, brick siding. Included are cellar and cellar house, $15,500. Davison Route near Gassaway - 72 acres and a sturdy 4 room house approximately 120 years old, with 2 fireplaces and coal heat. About 7 acres under new woven wire fence, one acre garden spot, possible 30 acres additional pasture. Small barn, year round stream, well, cistern. This property looks rough, hut has lots of potential and Is remote but accessible by car year round, $22,500. Mill Creek, Nicholas County - 18 acres and a 6 room, 3 year old house. 5 or 8 tillable acres, many small streams, fruit trees. This land lies at the head of a hollow and is secluded and private. House has central oil heat, a block foundation, and 3 bedrooms. All this for only I2,500. Outbuildings included. Water No. 1 Night Club so successful and popular that the dynamic group of "Jerry & the Country Things" even recorded a song about it. Located in beautiful downtown Duck, WV. 3 lots, seating capacity of 80 plus people complete with stage, Juke box and pool table. 3 bedroom owners apartment in basement. A complete home and business for only $27,500. Twistvllle Road near Sutton - 2 acres with 5 room house, with bath, located near Sutton. Completely remodeled, with all utilities, garden spot, outbuildings, and drilled well. A good buy at $12,500. Napier, fight off Rt. 19, North of Sutton - 118 acres, a portion of an old farm, beautiful high land with some spectacular views. Free gas, about a mile from Burnsvflle Lake and public hunting area. New road built through property, $23,900. Dusk Camp, Gilmer County - 60 acre tract that Is almost completely in timber. Access to the edge of the tract is by good rock base county road. Free gas and a lot of really beautiful places to build. This would be good for hunting and small farming, $11,900. Sycamore, near Gassaway - 5 rooms and a path on 18 acres, easily accessible but privet, completely fenced, nice stand of young poplar, some outbuildings. All utilities available, Birch River, bordering Route 19 - Big 4 acre building lot with all utilities. Completely surveyed and ready to go. ..... i i i il l i II [ Downtown Nlcut - Beautiful 4 bedroom home on 7 acres. FREE GAS, apple trees, ] i stream, outbuildings, and more. $22,500. with VERY liberal terms. MU I i llllll i i j I i i i i Pick Up Or Call For Our New Brochure With Even More New Listings! Sprouse visits Glenville James M. Sprouse, Democratic candidate for governor, recently issued his position paper on public employee organizations and said "public employees, as citizens, should have equal rights while not disrupting public service." "I do not nor have I ever favored the right of public employees to strike nor do I take the position on whether they should join an employee group." he stated. "This is a right which they already possess and is a personal decision for each of them. I do favor the right of public employees to collectively bargain." Sprouse said the basic issue is not the right of public employees to strike. Rather. it is "that public employees have all too frequently been treated as second class citizens. This is not to say they seek or should receive the same pay as employees in private industry, but they should be paid justly and serve under just conditions." He continued, "Professions vary but a profession so intricate as education, for example, should have available the input and expertise of all its members. This can be done as members of the West Virginia Education Assn. or some other group. Similarly, other public employees can collectively present their thoughts, grievances and demands through any type of organization or group, union or otherwise. This is not to say that they Should belong to such a group, only that they have the right to belong and the right to be represented collective- ly." He recommended that any dispute should not be permitted to be resolved by strike or work stoppage but submitted to binding arbitration of an impartial panel, the findings of which would then be taken to the legislature or governing body, as appropriate. McCuskey comments on PSC bill Sprouse said he sees two areas to be utilized to lower the demand for collective bargaining among public employees. The first is the improve- ment of West Virginia personnel procedures and practices, along with adequate salaries. The second is an increased responsiveness and sensiti- vity to employee problems on the part of public employers. "The tools to resolve most public employee problems," he said, "are a mediation service that earns the confidence of both parties, a factfinding procedure available to the parties, provision for binding arbitra- tion by an impartial panel, a neutral board to administer these tools with the flexibility to fit them to each circumstance, and reasonable legisla- tion prohibiting strikes." "There have been numerous situatiorls in West Virginia recently where conditions affecting some public employees became intolerable. This should be remedied with understan- ding of the problems and advanced planning rather than in the heat of confrontation," he stated. Sprouse recently was in Glenville where he spent the day talking with community leaders and citizens. He also visited the pipe plant and talked a combined group of political science classes at Glenville State College. GILMER AUCTION Top Towe We sell anti( used mer C ,onsignments 5:30 p.m. on SALES START ROBERT J. A, A Public Service Commission bill passed the legislature which Delegate McCuskey {R-Harrison) feels will be beneficial to all. "This bill is no great cure for high utility rates. They just are not going to drop tomorrow. However. this bill provides preventive measures which should help alleviate many deficiencies which now exist in our fuel companies today," McCuskey commented. "Increasing costs of fuel and power plant construction, inefficient management of many utility compa- nies, and improper oversight by the West Virginia Public Service Commis- sion are just a few of the many complicated reasons for high utility rates." McCuskey explained. "The Public Service Commission has been too lax in many areas." he added. The P.S.C. bill contains three main points. One is a 3% interest penalty on rates put into effect under bend. Another would outlaw rate increases that are placed on top of each other when one is still pending in court. The last feature would create an office of public counsel to represent consumers at rate increase hearings. A bill before the Senate. which if passed, would lower the tax to in-state power users and raise the tax for out-of-state users would also benefit West Virginia power consumers. McCuskey concluded, "I regret that the House did not see fit to adopt two amendments to the P.S.C. bill which would have encouraged energy conservation and lowered residential rates. Peak load pricing and lifeline rates are both methods which, in my opinion, would stabilize or reduce utility rates." '76 Kawasaki save steps. bank by ma No need to be running here there when paying your bills. your mailman do the you. Open a checking bank by mail. Save by mail, We supply postage-paid mail envelopes free of char "Open an account today. KANAWHA BANK GLENVILLE KE175 Off road and daily trat ... the great one get light and tules. 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