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Thursday, Oct. 7,2004 -- The Glenville Pathfinder -- Page 9A FIND IT IN THE.. Upshur Co., 84 Sago Road, Buckhannon. Country living that features a well maintained home. Glass sliding doors in the living room and bedroom that leads out onto a balcony that overlooks the property. Integral, and a detached 1 -car garage. Very private with walking trails and fishing from the river. Price Reduced $95,000. Lewis Co., 408 Delaware Ave., Weston. FIRST TOME ON THE MARKET! Well maintained ranch with an attached two car garage. 3-bedroom, 1.5 baths, eat in kitchen with all appliances' including washer and dryer. Formal dining room and den. You will enjoy having a back yard picnic on your covered back patio and the nice level yard. $75,000. Lewis Co., Rt. 1 Box 17 D, Linn. 8+/- acres with unlivable double wide on the property. About 1+/- acre is level and the reminder is wooded. $21,900. Lewis Co., Walnut Fork, Weston 18+/- acres (Lots #11-17). Great Get Away. Close to Public fishing at the Stonewall Jackson Lake, this spacious 18+/- acres is the outdoorsman's dream come true. It boost a cabin that is the ideal place to come out of the woods and warm up. This is a must see. Call today to set up an appointment. $37,500 WITH 4 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU BETI'ER! Spencer 927-4400 -Clay 587-4622 Sutton 765-2477 .Weston 269-7910 www+greenleewv.r, m David M.Greenlee, Broker ~IACbl x Trade Agreements Should Not Restrict Safe, Low-Cost Prescriptions Drug companies should not be al- prevent American consumers from being of the American people, and lowed to use trade agreements to per- ever being able to save money on unsustainable over the long term." manently restrict safe, affordable their prescription bills," said Although the importation of pre- medicines fromCanadaandotherU.S. Mollohan, D-WV. scription drugs is currently not legal allies, Congressman Alan B. Mollohan this week signed on to in the United States, there are serious Mollohan said recently. H. Res. 758, legislation that says ira- efforts underway in Congress to "I have opposed free trade agree- ported prescription drugs is a rea- change the law and allow the prac- ments because of the harm they cause soned, market-based response to a tice. Drug companies have worked to toourU.S, industries and workers. As brand name drug industry pricing block imported drugs in trade agree- it turns out, there's even another rea- policy thatisbiasedagainstthe United mentstoprovidea"backstop" against son to vote against these agreements: States, harmful to the American any such legislative actions. big drug companies are using them to economy and the health and well- +_Homeland Security Volunteer Efforts S p0 d+ The west Virginia office of Emergency Services, in of the Corporation for National and Community Service. partnership with the West Virginia Commission for Na- "By helping tens of thousands of Americans get involved, tional and Community Service, will receive a $399,679 these 29 organizations represent thc best, first line of Special Volunteer Program grant from the Corporation for defense in preparing for and responding to disasters." National Community Service. The Special Volunteer Program grants were the resultof "This is truly acollaborative effort." said Jean Ambrose. a Congressional appropriation of $5 million following the Executive Director of the Commission and Chair of the September 11 attacks. Congress doubled this funding in West Virginia Citizen Corps Council. "We are bringing together the knowledge and training of experts in disaster response and recovery, to work locally with West Virginia citizens who want to help their communities become more disaster-resistant and resilient. Volunteers are the heart of such efforts and this grant will help provide the infrastruc- ture to make our efforts more effective." This grant is one of 29 awarded this year through the homeland security program administered by the Corpora- tion for National and Community Service. More than 32.000 volunteers will be recruited to assist with home- land security efforts through these grants, which total $8.7 million. The 30 organizations that comprise the West Virginia Citizens Corps Council (WVCCC) will participate in this grant, led by the West Virginia Office of Emergency Services (WVOES) and the West Virginia CommiSsion for National and Community Service (WVCNCS). By the end of three years, 740 Special Volunteers and 6,500 C' m, ommunitv volunteers they will help recruit will have Irle - - .... . " rov=ded the infrastructure, education and tramm= to help the residents of 100 rural communities in 48 counties become better prepared for disaster. WVOES will provide staff support and printed materials, supplies and training to RSVP sponsor staff and Special Volunteers who will organize new Citizen Corps Councils. emergency re- sponse training, and recruitment of trainers. "Engaging Americans in protecting their communities is vital to our homeland security," said David Eisner, CEO the fiscal 2004 appropriation, allowing the Corporation to support additional projects. The Special Volunteer Pro- gram grants are part of a larger Homeland Security initia- tive established by the Corporation in July 2002 to engage AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps in public safety, public health, emergency response, and disaster prepared- ness to make the.nation more secure. The Corporation has a long history of engaging volunteers in public safety, public health, and disaster relief. For the past decade, AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers have worked closely with the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the American Red Cross to respond to dozens of federally declared disasters, including hundreds of AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers who are currently assisting victims of Hurricane Charley and Frances in Florida. The Corporation for National and Community Service provides opportunities for Americans of all ages and backgrounds to serve their communities and country through three programs: Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America. Together with the USA Free- dom Corps, the Corporation is working to build a culture of citizenship, service, and responsibility in America. For more information, visit www.nationalservice.org. For more information about the West Virginia Commis- sion for National and Community Service, the Special Volunteer Grant, or to volunteer with o anizations in West-Virginia. call 1-800-WV-HELPS or visit www. volunteerwv, org. Association of Retired School The Gilmer County Association of Retired School Employees met on Sept. 21,2004, at the Gilmcr County Recreation Center. Guest speaker was Liz Bradford, the Region II Chair- man of Community Services. She is also president of Lewis County Re- tired School Employees. She spoke about the benefits of volunteering. Rev. Bob and Eleanor Nicholas pro- vided music. Twenty-seven attended the meeting. Because of rising prices, the next meeting, which will he held on No- vember i 6, 2004. will be at the Gilmcr County Senior Cooer at 11:30 am. Garry Lynn Shear, Region II Direc- tor, will be our guest speaker She is the former Garry Lynn Sh ck of Gilmer County. Ginny Hawker and her husband. Tracy Swatz. will pru- vide music. Phere is nothing so elastic as he human mind. The more we re obliged to do, the more we tre able to accomplish. --Tryon Edwards IIIII I 3300 S.E Block Building near 1-79 and+..: Stonewall Jackson Dam. $ Interested Parties call 269-3493 or 472-1947 REALTOR" AGENCY INC. #0407 -- 201 HOWARD ST.: Older home in average condition. #0835 .- CAMDEN HILL, LEWIS COUNTY: Large building LittleTLCwilltumitintoanicestarterhorneorgoodrentaI.Home housing a tavern (Hill Top Inn) with livinq area upstairs. has 3 BRs, living room/dining room/kitchen, laundry area and Tavem with inventory, foodserviceequipmenfincludingtables, bath. Basement and small yard. PRICE REDUCED$32,900 chairs, etc. Partial basement. Apartment has living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, and bath. City water, septic reported. Almost an acre of land. $115,000 ::i ii #0409 -- GRASS RUN, CENTER DISTRI 'T: 2 houses, large shop building and 95.30 acs. Larger house has living room- dining room & Kitchen, 3 bedrooms & bath. Full basement with family room with nice fireplace, BR, bath and 2 car garage. Smaller house has living room, Kitchen, 2 bedrooms & bath. aaBU msned ! Downstairs has 2 rooms & laundry_ area. Shop building is ' " r ' : " '"' 56'x32' with addition that is 12'x40'. Cellar with finished room above. Other outbuildings. Land is mostly wooded hills with forced air, AC end vinyl siding, cellar end room. Off-street some meadow and garden spots. All of th=s for $229,000. parking. Reduced to $89,000 #0200,-BURNSVILLE: Metalbuilding, 50x120with 1.28 House has been remodeled with new carpet and vinyl, acres. One-half of interior is finished, presently being new paint, roof is threeyears old, new hot water tank, used for a bar. Possible uses for this property are drilled well, septic reported. Extenor is block with new unlimited. Call for more details. Price $340,000 vinyl on gable ends and vinyl soffit. 2 acres of land cellar outbuild;ng. PRICE $65,0 0. 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