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Glenville, West Virginia
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September 26, 1975

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September 25. 1975 P~m~lllmmlmlmmmmlmmlmmmm IIIII II The Gienville Lkemocrat/Pathbder 9 III --illllmllggglmlgn Moore that will County "coroner system Public citizen of an or her life 1ca that ordinary. a result of the we're one of that have had professional )crime, m institutions of State as they might what might be or the zal has one of our jails security we have in has no at all, ac- we're s which State without any medical Cause of death, the set-up of a under Dr. as the Chief of the State of whereby into three its headquar- The Chief facilities will adjacent to central rleston. have and an- northern and part of West will be at Center. Medical will be in ',el Center. the State will area. zl examination constructed with existing facilities, been actually time. All in care of in There will be Examiner also. MEDICAL specific Any time be con- has to a medical evidence that either in tease for the committed. for example, mlized, h-ealth ' she may be in security the Chief a respon- facts and the have direct dies of an attending new system, a available to of that death constantly, Ices in the Weston, or might be, in pre- news oncl hungry enter - the menu for lei- whicn circumstances seem to clottd the reason and there is not a real clear and legitimate or let's say a professional examination made as the reason of the death. The Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Sopher, has the responsibility. This will provide West Virginia, very frankly, with the information as to whether there has been mistreatment or whether there are really grounds on which the State itself could be held liable for that death, according to Moore. Moore said, "Today, we just simply take almost a clerk's or a secretary's word as to the reason and the facts behind a death that may occur in any of our institutions." Moore said, "I found out that in going into this system, that actually our examinations of individuals whose death occurred from either foul play or under circumstances which might be considered suspicious, were actually being conducted in alleys, in garages, in attics, behind trash cans, in any sort of circumstances that you didn't disturb the general well-meaning atmosphere of the community in which the particular event occurred. As a direct result of this, we were getting sloppy examinaUons. We were getting some pretty lousy ;~dvice." \ * HOBBLES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS GROCERIESGASOLINE 907 N. Lewis $1. Gienville, W. Vs. Phone: 462-8635 With rite Imrclmse ef amy NEW 1975 Ferd or Mercury between SeptemJ IOtb & Octeber Ist. We have in stack several Ferds & lercurvs from Cemlmct to Luxury that we most move to make room few the 1976 models. Main & Lewis Streets Gleuvilb, WV Pbene 462.7336 ,r 462-7337 "I only have to write a few checks a month but they save me a lot of time, travel, and hunting for receipts !" Open a pay-as-you-go checking account here... and now. Your cancelled checks will automatic- ally become easy-to-file receipts . and no minimum balance is required! O Glenville. W.Va. REALTOR Office Phones Evenings Phones mmmmmmm i ii ii -- I lll :--mm I lllllllll I lmll__ . llll llll ROSEDALE: Thriving country general store located on 55 x 95 lot in the center of the small town of Rosedale. 1,500 square foot building, foodstuff. hardware. Texaco gasoline and diesel fuel. Present volume between $7.000 and $8,000 per month with I for for building, fixture, room improvement. $16.900 good well. balance of stock at cost. GRAND CAMP RUN: 150 acres all in valuable imber, county road access, streams, springs. 28.5O0. SUTTON: 116 Franklin Ave. 6 room frame house on beautiful landscape lots. storage building included nice neighborhood, beautiful view $32.000. FLATWOODS RUN: 50' x 60' lot in the country. excellent spot for camp. good hunting area near back waters of Sutton Lake. $500. S~OWN, CALHOUN COUNTY: 208 acres, in rustic rural setting with beautiful mountains, valleys, springs, and a clear, year-round stream. Completely in young timber, excellent hunting and less than tA mile from the Little Kanawha River. Remote with fair access on county road. $120 per acre, 29% down, owner will finance. If you take the time to look at this, you'll like it. OLD WOMAN'S RUN: 60 prime acres bordering Elk River public hunting and fishing area. Available all or part. flat ridge top land with superb view. Borders on blacktop county road. Plenty of good places to build and garden. Excellent hunting and less than a mile to Sutton. All utilities available. $28.500. BLUEFIELD BONAZA: 10 acres. 3 lots and a large house. Buy it all for $18,500.00 NEAR WILSIE- General Store and gas station and ores of land, good water well, goo~ business ui .me. excellent investment opportunity $,38,000, SUTTON RUN 4 bedroom house on S acres of land. :m rn, small pond. and orchard easy access to mail and school bus route. Country living with modern conveniences $19,500. CARPENTERS FORKS: Near Little Birch; 69 acres at the head of a hollow, remote and secluded with good access year round. 2 to 3 acres of flat land, the balance in small timber. 2 small houses in poor but restorable condition. Stream and sprin_g# through the property. Owner will finance with 29% down. $14,500. NEAR SUTTON, ON BUG RIDGE: Out of town, very pretty house on 1 acres near public area and lake. :l,use is well built with two bedrooms, large ,. peted living room, modern kitchen with all co,veniences. Full basement, coal and gas heat. Nice yard and large garden. Sacrifice, $17,500. GASSAWAY: Outside town. frame hmum in good repair with 2 acres of land and nice neighbors, 3 bedrooms. 1 bath. all utilities, dirt road. Big dog pen. storage building, large garden spot. A nice place to live for $17.500. SLrrTON: Exclusive home on 5 acres located in Sutton. 4 bedrooms, formal dining room, 25 x 16 hying room and separate family room, bui_Jt-in kitchen, sun deck with view of Sutton Dam. $30,800. INCOME AND POSSIBLY THE BEST 25 ACRES AVAILABLE. Close to Glenville. Motel converted to Rental unP.a, Low t;l~f~, h~ profi~ 25 acres with an unlimited development potentidl. Buy the whole thing for $39,500. Financing available. CHEMICAL TOWN: Newly remodeled one story house on large lot with good ga . City water and a well, natural gas heat. Neat and well kept, nice neighbors. $15,000. One of the nicest hmmos in Chemical Town. A.B.'S RATTLF~NAK]E RANCH. 22 acres, really 44 acres, 22 up and 22 down. House of some kind, located near Birch River. What a deal at $3,999! NAPIER: 118 acres of high and beautiful land fronting on Route 19. Lots of good pasture and building sites. Less than a mile from Burnsville public hunting and fishing area. Free natural gas. $23,g00. SAVE THIS HOUSE before it fans into the river. $g,995. A Super Buy, BURNSVILLE AREA: 200 acre old farm with fair access, about 100 acres clearned, high beautiful pasture land, well fenced with some good hardwood timber. Excellent proximity to Interstate-79. Free natural gas. year-round stream and many springs owner financing available. $42,000. NEAR GEM acre lot with a block building presently suitable for a house or four a foundation and basement for a hugh house. Lot is completely flat with a big garden. $5,500. NEAR SUTTON: Modern 6 room house on 23 acres near Sutton, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, formal dining room, large living room, bath very tastefully decorated and well finished. Full drive in basement $47,9OO. SINKING CREEK SPECIAL: We've sold some tracts off but there are others available, buy 5 acres of flat Useable land for less than the price of a Volkswagen. LIVE IN CLOSE THIS WINTER, GASSAWAY, 110 Chestnut St, Very nice, older house, 3 bedrooms, bath and best locations. Only $0,900.00 GEM AREA: 40 acres, about ~A mile frontage on good paved road. Some very good building sites. High pastures grown up in brush, mature stand of hickory, white oak. poplar timber, all easily accessible. Commercial possibilities. $14,900. owner financed. BUG RIDGE' NEAR SUTTON: 14 acreb, 3 room house with bath, completely furnished, drilled well, all utilities, cellar house, good spot for garden. Paved road. Property borders 7,000 acres of Elk public hunting and fishing grounds, sacrifice for $12,900. BURNS RUN, NEAR BURNSVILLE: 20 acres overlooking Interstate-79 on well maintained rock bas county road. Lots of pine trees, large meadow with many good building sites. Owner financing available. $7,500. SUPER S _LSt 18 ecru prime dwtdopmeat. All city utilitl . Beautiful view of town. 30 x 50. Horse barn. stg, 10 ~ENDEIL~ RUN, NEAR CHAPEL: 50 acres, has been n ,dntainod as a tree farm. approximately 5 acres I. ~sture, balance in woods, access on county road, ,500. BUCYEYE CREEK - A-frame chalet on 2 acres of flat ground, clear mountain stream, excellent hunting area, $11.500. WOLF ROUTE NEAR SUT~C-. LAKE: 80 acres with very good access aP~ ~t~.V ,,n Wolf Creek. close t. public hunting~%~.,sning. A superb buy at $18.500. FLATWOODS: acre lot just off Route lg. The perfect for a trailer or home. Full price $900. ~U'I~ON: top of Sutton Hill. 6 acres on black-top road. mostly in timber, nice spot for trailer. $3.(~00. STEWART ADDITION. Big lot fronts on river. Small trailer $2.900. Cheap. DUSK'CAMP: 60 acres, almost entirely in timber. v,mnty road access, mar ~" building spots, and free natural gas. $12.000. NEAR CEN~ALIA: Small camp on approximately acre lot. Small 2 room cabin, no utilities, but in ~.t.)d condition. $3.000. GILMER STATION: 175 acres..f wihl remote wo~wlhmd, excellent hunting area. m;iov sl)ril~gs md a small stream on the I)r,pertv. $125 per acr~. NEAR SAND FORK: 56 acres in excellent hunting ;Irt.'~t. Furnished 4 room camp. cut stone outdoor ~rill near smallvear-rmmd stream. Mostly wooded and beautiful $12.f~0. I --IIIIIII I] --mmmmmmmmmmmm:: ..... II