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May 30, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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Max 2q. 1975 "1 he t,hmville Democrat/PathPmder. 11 qMeves bw-incme koasing program Moore today of a grant of Economic C tr i West Associa- Housing of Pro- will enable ore' area. factory will to initiate attainment West Paneh and other qa complete Specialists the West and help Private and utilized to task of club met K hl. l~lglle W88 a visitor. He Ltions Scheok:raft. Kuhl, and that more project at June 12 assuring that the house is built: that low-interest, long-term financing is available; and. that low-income families will be provided every assistance necessary to secure the housing made available. The Governor stated that the use of volunteer labor and the coordination of various State manpower training programs will insure the housing made available. The Governor stated that the use of volunteer labor and the coordination of various State manpower training programs will insure construction of a high quality house well below prevailing market prices. Prke of coal rising, productJoa stable Rising demand for coal, with little increase in production, has sent coal prices up 50 per cent in recent months and may soar even higher ifthe Organization of Petroleum States raises the price of oil. For example. The Island Creek Coal Company. a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum and the nation's third largest coal producer, reports its coal prices have increased 45 per cent to an average of $33.28 par ton for the first four months of this year. The average price paid for their coal in 1974 was $22.92 per ton. The 1973 prices average around $11.58 per ton. Increased prices paid by utilities are usually passed on to ihe consumers in higher electric bills. The demand by utilities for coal has increased about 10 percent. The OPEC states are said to be WILD and WONDERFUL Located Near Wildcat W.Va. on the Little Kanawha River. An outstand- ing place for camp. Very good hunting, fishing, swimming. GRASS RUN, NEAR GLENVILLE -- This is the place you've been waiting for. On a paved road with a scenic stream, 350 beautiful acres; two houses. One house is old but solid, and in restorable condition, presently being used as a studio. Other house is completely remodeled and modern; chandeliers, in every room, wall-to-wall carpet, completely revered and plumbed. An executive home in every sense of the word. Other buildings include a 1,000-square foot barn. There is over one mile of fertile bottomland, bounded by the county road. Woods with welking trails, meticulously cut through premises. This is an opportunity that can't be passed up. 16 ACRES with frontage on the river. Places to build and garden, $3,000. 54 ACRES -- river frontage. Big Territory, old county road, river frontage. $10,900. 25 ACRES -- The biggest 25 acres I've ever seen. Over one mile of frontage on the river. A vacation retreat. You wouldn't, believe. $6,OOO. 200 PLUS ACRES, BURNSVILLE AREA. Free gas. Beautiful land. approx. I00 acres tillable, 50 acres pasture. Good access off Salt Lick Road. $42,000. 29% down, balance 15 years. BENDERS RUN: 50 acres, beautiful timber tract. 5 acres flat bottom land. perfect hunting or camp. $9.000. Price reduced to $7.500. NAPIER SPECIAL: 118 acres high and beautiful. Free gas $23,900. GASSAWAY- House on Chestnut St.. close to everything. Six-room house is on 110 x 4e-foot lot with big garden already planted. Full price: $6.500, SUTTON: Old Woman's Run. Stucco house on 1/2 acre. all city conveniences. $15.900. Owner will take mobile home in trade. HEATERS: Old 4 bedroom house in Heaters West Virginia. In an excellent location on Rt. 19. $13.900. considering raising oil prices by two WINDY RUN: 80 acres, high and beautiful. Excellent pasture, watering dollars per barrel, ponds. Will divide. Call for excellent price. Page I} 'rite notes to Wood Festival, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: :::::: ::`4 W, didn't know ii! LAND LOCKED and priced to sell. Are you a smart investor? ili:: e~ver~Ihed a Jane 5 " 7 ~ii Can you see the long range potential in 45 beautiful acres iii! mtlgestedI go toA carnival, quilt and hobby show.:i:i overlooking the Interstate about 2 miles from the Flatwoods !iii dr~a., he said. ::!::! exit? Walk-in access. $4.500. ~iii st the time and parade, cakewalk, movies, band-a- rama, banjo and fiddling contest and ~:.:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:~:.:.:.:.:.:.>:~.:.:.:.....:.:...:.:.:.:.:.v............................v...................:. ........................... , .... *.....% ..... %*,%%....,.*......~.*.%*.***..., %%*..o,.....*..., hearing his prize drawings are among the 100A, LICK~,'N. near Webster County line. Old farm. several streams. felt a little activities planned during the Ikam Weed Futivld, June 5-7 in GrantsviUe.good pasture, timber, fair access by county road. $15,000. school, but he began He Ag'aduated accepted of f tlm C rim- Orientation Biology. Govern- at spring to to leave onhis academic goal l~pi~Eu~e e~lucatioD, a Gallaudette. still avery ia not as might think. for a are a S a ag legion. would he to learn can kbetically so Ls trouble sign aunt knack should all of First. second and third place winners will be awarded ribbons in the quilt and hobby show which will feature art and craft work. needlework, sewing and quilts. Tim CounW's Best Bargain - a year's lv~b~ription to your hometown newspaper. The Glenvilte uernoerat and Glenville Pathfinder, Just $5.15 for in-county GRASS RUN NEAR GEM - 140 plus acres and beautiful 3 bedroom house with two full baths. A complete farm including the following: 30 x 24 dairy barn, 24 x 20 sheep barn. 16 x 20 hay barn. 24 x 20 corn crib. shop, 14 x 14 chicken house, cut stone cellar with small house above. 10 x 12 milk room. 20 head of cattle. 50 chickens. 2 tractors, plows, disk. baler. rake. wagon, milking machine, manure spreader. 1973 pickup truck. Everything in excellent condition: free gas; all minerals including strip coal. Adioining land available to lease. $83.500 for everything. 119 ACRES, TURKEY RUN OF COP~'N RUN - Gilmer County. Old 4 room + "h00~e, cellar house.+ 20 to 30 ac~ meadow ~. free natu~i psi;:~, Remote but accessible. $135 per acre. BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN SLIETH- Special, 38~ acre farm, fenced. 8-10 acres bottom. Barn. cellar and cellar house, workshop. 72 Mobile Home with big room built on $18,900. CHEAP! LEADING CREEK timber reported. Free available. 162 acre old farm. good land, per acre. Excellent financing HEARING TEST SET FOR GI.ENVILI~ W. VIRGINIA Electrm~ la~orin| test will be given at the Conrad Hotel tn GkmviUe each third Wedmmday of t~ month &ore 2 p.m. to4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hemdmg Aid Amflolo~t. BELTOME HEARING AID SI~VICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarimb $, W.Ve. 26301 Su'FrON, OLD WOMAN RUN: 60 acres. Sutton. investment or outstanding building place. Available all or part, all fiat-ridge-top with superb view. Right outside corporate limits, there is very good growth potential with all utilities available. $28,500 full price. GLENVILLF.-NtTUrER FORK AKEA" 150 acres excellent timber, superb investment tract. NEAR LITTLE BIRCH- 69 acres, remote old farm. Beautiful pastures, 2 small houses, garden, stream. $14,500 with 29% down and owner will finance the balance. 100 ACRES NEAR GLENI/ILLE. County road frontage, mostly woods. Lots of places to build, all utilities available. Very good hunting. Only $135 per acre. COVE LICK AT COPLEY: 44 acres remote, timberland, will make an excellent camp. Beautiful rock ledge with a cave we haven't explored. stream, some really good building sites, road roughed through part of the property. $9.000. Owner will finance with $3.500 down. NEAR STUMFrowN: 200 plus acres. A hunter's paradise. Woodland with streams and places to build, or could be resurrected into a working farm. Only $120 per acre and the Owner will finance it. An excellent opportunity. NEAR NOI~[ANTOWN - 60 acres at head of Palser Fork. Old house, log cabin, both in poor repair; 8-10 acres pasture. Fruit and walnut trees. county road. Secluded and private, $I0,900. STEWART ADDITION: 8 big lots, very nice home, 3 bedrooms, gas heat. Carpet & vinyl floors. A buy at $18,900. Lots-o+Lots AIRPORT ROAD: Lots, beautiful, high on top of a hill. all flat, panoramic view, city water, good road. Lots range in size from ~,4 acre to five acres, location is excellent, six miles north of Sutton+ Prices vary, according to size. all reasonable. Beautifu~ place to buiki. SUTTON: 1 acre all utilities, good location. CHEMICAL TOWN: in excellent location, 2 beauli~ul wooded lots $3,900 for both. GLENVILLE, LOOK! Smart investment, big lot. on Rt. 5 just outside of town. Runs from Rt. 5 to river. Flat. City water and sewer, $10,000. FLATWOODS. on paved road whdre iail used to be. Two big acres. Driveway. all utilities. EXCLUSIVE HOME. with extra lots. located high on a hill overlooking the town of Sutton and Sutton Lake. Built in 1972 with the finest materials available. Aluminum siding, thermopane windows, 4 bedrooms, formal dining room. 25 x 16-foot livingroom and separate family room. Price includes kitchen built-ins and color TV antenna. Speed Queen washer and dryer, attractive sun deck. An extraordinary opportunity for an outstanding home. BEAUTIFUL MOBILE HOME. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fully carpeted and in excellent condition. Completely furnished: even t!~f~ pots, pans. and dishes are included. Sacrifice price. ...:;:::::::::::::5:::~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::5 ::5:::::::::::;:-+.':::::::::::::::::::5::: :':+ i :i:i NEAR GEM - Big lot of approx. V2 acre, with block building iii:: suitable for house with a little work, or would make a fin,, i~ii basement for a huge house. Lot is flat and a very good garden iiii spot. Full price: $6.900. ~:::::::::::::::::::::::::~::~:::~::~::::::~:::.c:~:~:~.:~:~::~:~:::+~.~+~:~:~.:.~r~+~:r~:~Z.:~:~.::~5:::~:~::::~::~