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Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat -- Page 9A ld lg ,en- 0 it 4 i I f ) f I Lewis Co., 156 Cottage Avenue/Willow, St. Weston. Two for the Price of One!! One is a large two-story colonial home that has lots of possibilities. In your back door is a two-story home converted into two separate apartments with separate entrances. This is a good deal, so call today for a walk thru. for both. $69,500. Lewis Co., 99 Sand Run Road, Weston. Immaculate manufactured home on a permanent block foundation. Country like setting but close to town and hospital. Enjoy your evenings on the side deck. This property features a fully fenced in 3.55+/- acres and a stream that runs year round, for your horses. Also a barn. Price Reduced $84,000. Lewis Co., Jane Lew. Great location, this 27.63+/- acres is very visible from 1-79. Could be used for commercial or develop for a subdivision. Electric, water, and gas is available. $299,500. Lewis Co., 280 Garton Ave., Weston. Cute 3-bedrooms and 1 bath ranch on a full basemen ffers a front porch, back deck and a large level lot. $70,000 WITH 4 OFFICES TO SERVE YOU BETTER! • Spencer 927'-4400 -Clay 587-4622 • Sutton 765-2477 .Weston 269-7910 lU!~.11=1~ 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- medicinesfromCanadaandotherU.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 im- 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 rice, Drug companies have worked to toourU.S.industriesandworkers. As brand name drug industry pricing block imported drugs in trade agree- it turns out, there's even another rea- policy that is biased against the United meats to provide a"backstop" a~ainst son to vote against these agreements: States, harmful to the American any such legislative actions. big drugcompanies are using them to economy and the health and well- Lorentz screening at screening are considered the best of his work. Each movie addresses the still-relevant issues of environmen- tal and social troubles in an artisti- cally beautiful and involving man- The West Virginia Film Series at It was aproblem of science and medi- Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg will be cine, but it was also a problem of showing the work of prominent West living conditions in general - a prob- Virginian Pare Lorentz on Thursday, iem of the slums. Lorentz focuses on October 21 at 7 p.m. the social aspect, and tells the story At the conclusion ofWorld War I, her. from the viewpoint of the welfare the United States began a new era of In his first film for the Adminis- workers and doctors at a maternity unparalleled prosperity. Then, tration, PareLorentzpresentsamelo- center in the heart of an American slowly and for many reasons, it drama of nature - a tragedy of grass tenement and factory district. plunged into a massive economic turning into dust. "The Plow that These three films were triumphs depression. Many whowere wealthy Broke the Plains" tells the story of of their intended purpose; a new ear lost everything and the middle class the Great Plains with emotional value of social consciousness began. How- began a slide downward. The poor tied to the soil itself. The heroine is ever, at the onset of World War II, were poorer still. Thecitizenslooked the grass; the villain the sun and the social problems lost prominence as in new directions for leadership, tak- wind; and the players are the farmers the country pursued victory on the ing comfort in the statement ofnewly living on the Plains country,battlefield. Pare Lorentz' s films were elected President Franklin Delano Lorentz used the Mississippi River no longer shown to the public except Roosevelt: "We have nothing to fear and it tributaries as his theme for as examples of documentary motion but fear itself.'" "The River." The film incorporates pictures. Buried in a vault for fifty It was the beginning of the "New the physical aspecu, of the great val- years, these films have been recov- Deal." New programs offered train- Icy, its cities and its indu3tries, the eredby theefforts of Mr. JackBallard ing and employment, as well as a people who live in it, and the crimes of Lewisburg. This screening'is the search for solutions to social prob- they have committed against "the firstpublicviewingsinceWWll, and lems that would result in better lives richest free gift that was ever spread will show the lasting power of these for all citizens, out before civilized man." Lorentz films and their message. West Virginia-born Pare Lorentz then shows the hopes for a decent This special screening is made was the right man at the right time life, which that valley, in spite of possiblebyMr.andMrs.JackBallard when he was Chosen by President human folly, still offers. The script of Lewisburg. Presented free at Roosevelt to create a series ofdocu- for The River- written by Lorentz - Carnegie Hall West Virginia, 105 mentaryfilmstoinformpeopleabout was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize Church St., Lewisburg, it is a pro- thegovernment'snewprograms, nd for Poetry in 1938. gram of Carnegie Hall and The to illustrate the value of its new ap- In 1940, childbirth claimed more Lewisburg Living History Exhibit. preach to social problems, lives than cancer, and "The Fight for For more information, call B.J. Thethree films that will be shown Life" deals with the circumstances Gudmundsson at 645-4998 or Mary atCarnegieHaliduringthetwo-hour surrounding this shocking statistic. Leb at Carnegie Ha11,645-7917. ,,f Value cuts continue to gain national momentum The innovative Beef Value Cuts ginia Beef Industry Council."We're These steaks are not only benefit- continue to gain momentum and be- thrilled to offer consumers the oppor- ing the consumer, but also beef pro- come more widely available in tunity to enjoy great tasting steaks ducers throughout West Virginia. foodservice and retail locations and roasts that are convenient to pre- Recently, Mike Miller of Cattle-Fax, throughout the nation, pare and moderately priced." a Denver based market analysis firm Beef Value Cuts are the innovative National restaurantchains havein- was asked to quantify the bottom- newcutsfromthcunderutilizedchuck troduced several of the cuts on their line impact of the checkoff-funded and round and consist of 14 cuts, menus, while more than 1000 lade- MuscleProfilingandBeefValueCuts including nine exciting new steaks pendent restaurants are now offering efforts, Miller.stated, "The change in and roasts which aredesigned to corn- the Flat Iron, one of the most popular the value of the chuck from 1998 to pete with other moderately priced pro- of the new value cuts. 2003 has been worth approximately teins. The Beef Value Cuts concept was $60 to $70 per head. This is based The development of the checkoff- created using information from the on a $6 per carcass weight total in- funded Beef Value Cuts and addi- beef industry's Muscle Profiling crease in value for the chuck and $15 tional resource materials is coordi- study. Analyzing 39 individual per carcass weight total increase in nated on behalf of the Cattlemen's muscles from the chuck and round, value for the whole animal over the BeefBoard and state beefcouncils by the multi-phase, checkoff funded same timeperiod." the National Cattlemen's Beef Asso- study identified specific characteris- "To date have seen mQre than elation (NCBA). The NCBA serves tics of each muscle, including palat- 1,3dO i'estaui'ants t ;ituring new asoneoftheBeefBoard'scontractors ability, functionality and how to get cuts on their menus, and more re- for checkoff-funded programs, the most value from these muscles, gionai retail grocery launches con- "'Beef Value Cuts, lean and lower- As the beef industry continues to- tinue to add these cuts to the meat priced steaks cut from the chuck and ward its goal of growing consumer case," said Bostic, "'Looking ahead, round, are beginning to appear in re- demand further, the new product see- we hope to see more and more of tail meat cases across America, while torhasprovenavitalfactorinachiev- these steaks on both restaurant menus the Flat Iron Steak (top blade) and ing this goal. The specific focus on and on the tables of homes across Ranch Cut Steaks (beef shoulder cen- new products featuring the America." ter steak) are making waves with con- underutilized chuck and round is an For more information on the Beef sumers at select retailers," said Jim especially important part of these el'- Value Cuts program, please visit the Bostic, Executive Secretary, WestVir- forts. Web site at REALTOR" AGENCY INC. #0834-32E.MAINST.:Twostorybdckbuilding,formedy #1962-COLLEGE ST. - Remodeled older home has 4 housing Gil-Co Pharmacy, Can be used as two units, apartments, laundry area, off-street parking. House has been Private entrance to upstairs. Lots of potential. Call for weft maintained. Separate building being used for an offce. details. Pdce $75,000 C:.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.~ income. REDUCED TO $82,500 #1105- EAST MNN: Businessforsateplustwo housesonoomerk¢ Frst floorhousestheCrafteCs Patch. UpataksisanapadmenL Second house has 3 bedroor~ rMng room, drmg ~ and bath. All ~ in CrafteCs Patch is included in the pdce. Good rer~ p us a busine . $109,500 iii i i ii i #0200-BURNSVILLE: Metal building, 50x120 with 1.28 acres. One-half of interior is presently being used tot a bar. Possibte uses for this property are unlimited. Carl for more datails. Pr e $34O,OOO a 01 2 sire/bdd( (46x52) isl beingused asa bunss t,o ,ata ur/s upe=as Coukl 4 apammS sorm vo;meumsw.LE: b,:k hor hm klchen, 310e~ and 2 ball~ Ful basanenl has lamlyKcm, bah IBxby, and st m, Vay to Pa =3Z. 00 10204 PINE ST.: 3 BR horne has r ng room-dining room-kitchen, ba , full basement apartmer¢ AIItor $38,000. DRASTICALLY REDUCED! i room, kitchen with laundry area, and balh. PRICE $38,000. NEGOTIABLE: OWNER WANTS TO SEW #1200-INDIAN FOFIK: 3 bedroom ranch style home has dining room- kitchen area, age room and bath. House has bean remedeled with new career and vinyl, new pa t, rod is three years old, new hot water tank, drilled well, seplic repod L Extedor is block wilh new vinyl on gab ends and 2 acres ce r, PRICE $65,000. MAKE OFFER- OWNER WANTS TO SELUl 300-KANAWHA DR On RL 5West, 321xdk lots from one4 acre to over one acre. Gas, etedric and water avallal . PRICES VARY FROM $10,000 to $20,000 r1303-DAH. ST.: Lot twomd l- rm, Exodi m taJ prq y distance a r jh schoa and S22,500 #304- WAHBASH ST, SAND FORK: 2 bedroom home has lying room-drmg ~ and bath, Pall~i baseme~ Extra lot a~oss the mad. 1 -car garage. PRICE $25,000 #0305 - R.F. STEER CREEK: Horne has 2 lance ~, la~e om, and b h. to cou be used for liv g space. Rod is aock pame k ce, no NC. finned room above. Spdng house and ddled well. Seplic rep0rted. 2 car delached garage. 5 acres or morn- being surveyed. 1/2rnge from33/ 119. Pltce $50,000. #306- HALE Tlweiots on Hale St in are t AIIhelolsare sdtable for home s/tea. AI twe lots lot $39,500. #30"/- AIRPORT ROAD AREA, BRAXTON, CO.: 3 bedr(x)m home hasliving room, dirdng ro( l, ,and 1-1/2bat'm. 13acres( land • , lndttrees & garden are Calar & cedar house, Cd delays. $9S,003. 0400-COX mJ.S: Backrar hasis elW roomw rml , morn ma, 3 bedmo 2-VZ umy and two-car gataga. Ce , amt o,.ma r 0. Thm Ix lnm on omo side ol roed. 11.078 acres ct land. Nice I~g y'ard. $1~0,000 Make a reasonal~ offer. COUN : onll"me Lick x eOdm t n har, n0 om cher 30 mm s #0407-201 HOWARD ST.: Older hon~ in average ~. Utile TLC wg turn it into adce sta~er home orgood renlal. Home has3 BRs, ,v g rom hen, ndryareaand Basem and sinai yawl PRICE REDUCED $32,900 #13)4.BROOKLYN ADOmON: 3 houses, used for rent on two Iot¢ inowne tr 'n houses. Cal for dens pdce. rl305-MAIN STREET: Two st(xy bdck pmsen ho ing a succes res r eq 0,n ups s has two ammm L=ge oUer bettnd meaxant msUs d po t i,es and is used for skxaga, for $175,000. #1306-602 WEST MAIN STREET: 2 Bedroom bdd( home has r~ng roorn- dining room - fam~ room - 2 baths & full basemenL ~ needs some wo~k. 71.6 acres withlarge pond possUe marketable gas. Lots a Beaut kx on. Caa for more detailst $237,500. #1400-111 N. LEW ST.: and 4 Io(s. Oldar home has ro n,d g roorn, kilchen, par 4 bedmcxnsand bath. Land oonta i160=.~ld~lD FOI~ 3 bedroom ranch vdlh liv~g ~ PR E $4 900 ~840-SAND FORK: located on Route 5 about 3 miles from the prison. Garage apartn~nt, 3 bedroom, living room, dining/kitchen area, bath, tull basement with garage and utility room, rewired, new carpet, repainted, new paneling in bedrooms, new rear entrance, storm doors, garden space. Maks reasonabts offer. rl845 - BURNSVILLE: Older 2-story home has ~ room, cining room, ki~ 3 bedmoms, 2 baths and uttty r0OTL House has been remode dw h new. vs, forcedav, ACandv l sting, celar and room. Off-street paddng, to $89,000 #0408-RT. 5: Nice Vi-level home with 20 acres (+/-). Home has lying ,1195&19BROOKI.YN DR,: 1-1/2skx14xxmhasiV~ Rxxn~kdngroom open v acat etandt y,Wx ow, her and fenced. Block builcJng is 30x40. Lots ot possible uses. Catt for 2balhs, basemat, fmntmdbackl:xxct~s,femsdbackya~dislardscaped more details. PRICE $155,000 • ,a~l very at~K:~e. One car garage and ff~me dr..aS'eel peddng speces. othouse has been mmod d, as wel as rnarr/olheritem Cal #0409 - GRASS RUN, CENTER DISTRICT: 2 hous~ large st~)p tor m0m delats. PRICE REDLICED TO $58,000 building and 95.30 acs. Larger house has ~ng ronm & W.ddaen, 3 bedrooms & bath. Futl basement with family room wi~ #1~B.M~: -410tson L~ Kanawha Rivar. Lolso/~. nice firep4ace, BR, bath and 2 car garage. Smaller house has living PFII~ REDUCED $6,500 room, ~ 2 bedrooms & balh. Downstaim has 2 rooms & I und jare Shop is56 2'withaddillonthatls 12'x40'. .9 LEWISSl",. a m ale d b _pemm Mneml ]hls(l am Celiar wi~ f~ room above. Ob~er outl~ikJir~. Land is moe~ roJmoma~ e'osm3eaJ~ngem~ w(xx l bias some meadow and garden spot. Ali of this for TO $65,000. rcxxn.4dtoh~ launcW, and bath, ~ basementhas finid~ BFIs -fam~y room orr~ing room, bath and large utJUty roont Vni~d floor a~ that could be rented. Upstairs has FA and CA. ~ (or basemerd) has 2 rooms and 1 bath. Were used for rentab, yam garage 56 4'.Ou u in nceyard, p ceforgard C jwatar, at back d house. House is in average condt Would make Some owner rmndng posa . P, educed to $S3,000. #0600-MINERAL ROAD: Beauli(ui brick home has 3 bedr(x)ms, rMa9 roorrVdr g room area very nice fireplace, kitch craft room, ut[dy room, 3 baths, and large caqxxL Pdce $235,000 10700 S. MAIN ST.-Prime oomrnerd~ teat estate, acrosslrom piz~ Hut in do.nto G n e. S xe bu d.g two apar er= largepaved pad~ng IoL 150 feet ot fr~on S. Mairt Callfordetails. PRICE $160,003 excelon( rental ix arty. 0ff street park and caqx Comal= and heal one-year-okL PRICE $85,000. KANAWHA $I".: 3 BR home has living room