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l !> / "4 ' Tues. Dec. 17, 1991 Hinton News - 7 ' m j " APPLIANCES From Page 6 Used afrigeratcrs, washers, ---'" HIIXJ)ALE- 3BIL, brick and 175 PLEASANT STREET- : Lodge 821 dryers and electric ranges. Uee fur- FOR RENT: 3 BR. partially fur- 615 BALLENGEE STREET - 3 BR. brick split foyer. 2 baths livingroom with cathedral " ceiling, modern kitchen with appliances, dining room, util- ity room, family room with fireplace. Central heat and air. Sundeck, out building. , Home in excellent condition. Convenient location. I! PIPE STEM- 38 beautiful acres with rusty 2 story, 3 BP, 2 baths, livingroom with fire- place, family room. Covered and screened sundeck, 2 car garage, barn, out bldg., in- ground swimming pool. Eve- rytKing in excellent condition. Perfect for horse farm or re- tirement. HILLDALE - 3 BR., livin- groom, kitchen, utility room, bath, $24,000. HILLDALE. 3 BR. cottage on Main tt]gbw-L'autiful lot. Owner finULJ t;29,000. HILLDALE - 12 acres, with quality built 3 BR., split level. Livingroom with fireplace, den, kitchen-dining room, utility room, 1 1/2 baths. Ga- rage. Home has hardwood floors and oak trim through- out, satellite anntenna, pri- vate. HILLDALE - like new 3 BR. mobile home. Very private on beautiful level lot. Appli..ces partly f,]ov- and ere:;L,.  ' -K','t and nut tret t.rlc  ed to sell now. Re- cently Reduced. 1018 SUMMERS STREET. 3 BR., 2 baths, living room, din- ing, kitchen, den, basement, off street parking. This home in excellent condition-Re- duced. BARGER SPRINGS AREA - Greenbrier River, beautiful year around cottage, livin- groom with fireplace. 217' river frontage Like new ..... JUMPING BRANCH- Colonial Manor Estates. Nice 1/2 acre building lot. JUMPING BRANCH - 3 BR. brick, 1 1/2 bath livin,- with firelSOD-age.'" S= deck, breezeway, private. ZION MOUNTAIN - 21 acres with 1 1/2 story, 3 BR., living room, kitchen, bath, part base- ment. Garage, equipment shed, workshop. Neat place out on hardroad. 3 1/2 miles from Hinton. BELLEPOINT Chestnut Road. 3 BR., frame, living room with fireplace, family room with exposed beams, dining room, 2 baths, utility room, modern kitchen, patio, black top driveway. 103 MAIN STREET- 2 story, 2 family dwellin Excellent rental IsoLD $27,500. Priced to sell $20,000. WILLOWWOOD ROAD - 2 story, 4 BR., home. Living room, modern kitchen, en- closed porch, 2 baths. MADAMS CREEK - 12 acres with 4 Bit., split level, 2 1/2 baths, living room with fire- place. Garage & natio. James Kerr, REALTOR ' Office located at Rt. 3 Hi,dale, EALtO Hinton, W V Equal Housing Opportunity Phone 466-4369 Anytime LENDER I| Many a family tree needs trim- mlll. Kin Hubbard frame split level. 2 1/2 baths, den with fireplace, living room, eat-in kitchen, finished basement with den-bar, bath and laundry room. Intercom and central vac. 3 car garage on 1 1/4 acre. Beautiful shrubery and landscaping. BEECH RUN - 2 story, 4 BR., stone home, 2 baths, beautiful kitchen, den, full basement. Fine home. Must see to appre- ciate. Also 2 car garage and 2 acres. Reduced to $42,500. 207 CHESTNUT HILL CIRCLE - 3 BR., brick, 2 1/2 baths, living room, eat-in kitchen, finished basement, garage, patio. 209 SUMMERS STREET - 2 story 3 BR., 1 1/2 baths, nice kitchen, living room with fire- place, basement, sundeck, off- street parking. Home in ex- cellent condition. 308 ItILL STREET - 2 story, 3 BR., living room, dining room, utility room, bath, modern kitchen. 310 6th. AVENUE - 3BR., 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, BIL, livingroom, kitchen, bath, garage, level lot. Priced to sell. [BARGER SPRING - large lot with 2 BR., mobile home. Heat pump & air conditioner, fur- nished. Including boat. No flooding. Priced at $22,000. BARGER SPRINGS - 12 acres woods. Perfect spot for chalet or cabin, with view of Green- brier River. 1401 FAYETTE STREET - 3 BR., 1 1/2 baths, kitchen, livin- groom, large lot. $16,000. GREENBRIER RIVER . Log Cabin, 3 BP, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, living room with fireplace. Screened in porch. Over 2 acres mostly woods. Recently reduced. Owner fi- nancing available. MONROE COUNTY. 149 acres with 4 BR., brick. Beautiful land. BPOINT- 3 BR., kitchen, dining room, livingroom, bat h, utility room, sun porch, base- PETERSTOWN - Mill $i | |livingroom ,-_'}. I[ in .sPCd'  .- )'  n, sun dec k, I ui,voullding | | UNION- Pine St. Fn.tp_p- | | proved, brick & t,., | 2 baths, l,-:'e Y.groom, I su6 ' "l'ement with wood I st, re. $32,000. ment. Beautiful lot. Reduced to $20,1100. BARGER SPRINGS - fur- nished 3 BR. year around home, livingroom, bath, den, ] large eat-in kitchen. Extra lot. HILL]DALE - 18 acres on main highway. 1 1/2 ACRES- Greenbrier River lot. Rifle's Bottom near Alder- son. HALLORAN'S BOTTOM- large'river lot. Well and sep tic, plus travel trailor. 43 acres near Judson. Land all fenced with 3 BR., modern kitchen, 2 baths, family room with stone fireplace. Also large addition unfinished. Barn. HILLDALE - 3 BR., living room, bath, modern kitchen, large lot. BROOKS AREA - 3 nice acres with fish pond and rights to New River. James Kerr, REALTOR , office located at Rt. 3 Hilldale, IEALTOD. Hinton, WV Equal Housing Opportunity Phone 466-4369 Anytime LENDER A fanatic is a man that does what he thinks the Lord would do if he knew the facts of the case. -- Finley Peter Dunne FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS Lowest prices & we deliver 645-1351 S. J. Neathawk Lumber, Inc. U.S. 219 N. Lewisburg Classified BELLEPOINT - fine building lot. FOREST HILL GREENVILLE ROAD - 25 acres, 1 1/2 story, 2 BR., living room with fire- place bath. Beautiful land with roads and hardroad frontage. HIIJJ)ALE - 3 BR., rancher eat-in kitchen, living room with cathedral ceiling, den with wood stove, bath, also extra lot. This home in excel- lent condition. Reduced to $37,000. 40 acres woodland, hardroad frontage joins Bluestone State Park. Ideal for hunting and fishing. 148 CROSS STREET- Com- pletely remodeled with alu- minum siding and new roof. 3 BR., dining room, living room with fireplace, basement. 2 sun decks, fenced yard. 1 car i garage. House in excellent I . . condtmn and features plenty ]of storage space. I BELLEPOINT- Walnut Street. 3 BR., living room,kitchen, bath, basement. $23,000. 1305 TEMPLE STREET - 3 BR., living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, utility room, garage. On 2 1/2 lots. $20,000. TUG CRE0000. ,TE, an|RGI James Kerr, REALTOR [ Office located at | Rt.3 Hi,da00e, l Hinton, W V Equal Housing Oppo.rtunity [ Phone 466 4369 I ' Anytime ] Drivers $35,000 per year +++ NO EXP. NECESSARY Local and nationwide FULL TIME/PART TIME Drivers Lic. Req. 1-800-992-8005 'I "  I Dr. William H. Perrine OPTOMETRIST 217 4th. Ave. Hinton, WV Ucensed Hearingl Aid Center 466-2020 President and Editor of the Lodge Newsletter for many years, he still is a member of the Wheeling Elks Basketball and Softball teams. In recognition of his many contribu- tions to the Lodge, State and Order, Wheeling Lodge No. 28 selected him as its 1980-81 Elk of the Year. In Ritual, Ted was All-State Chaplain and All-State Exalted Ruler, and still holds a strong commitment to this beloved area of Elkdom's tradi- tions. In 1976 he was appointed District Deputy, followed by service on the Grand Lodge Committee on Judiciary from 1978-1983, while for three of those same years he was Vice President of the W.Va. Elks Association, ending with Association President for 1982.83. He has been Chairman of numerous State Com- mittees and in 1988 incorporated the W.Va. Elks Major Project. After fouryears as State Trustee, he served as Chairman in 1988. Electedin 1983 to fill thelastyear in an unexpired term as Grand Trustee, he was elected the follow- mg year to a fbur-year term on the Board. He served as its Secretary, Building Application s-East Member, Home Member, Approv ng Members and ultimately Chairman of the Board. Since 1988 Brother Ted has given three years of distinguished service as a Justice on the Grand Forum, the highest tribunal of the Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks, relinquishing this important position for the good of his Brothers by accepting Elkdom's highest of- rice, Grand Exalted Ruler. LETTER TO THE EDITOR niture. Call 466-3039 or 466-4524. HN May 21-TFN PRIVATE IivsTiGATOR. All types of investigations. Do- mestic-Body-Guard. Licensed & Bonded. 466-2546. HN Oct. 22-TFN APPLIANCES SERVICES Sid Humphreys Call 466-5500 HN Oct. 22-TFN PHONE SERVICE Ray K. Rudisill 466-1427 HN Oct. 22-TFN nishedhouse. All appliances, includ- ing washer and dryer. New paint, carpet and vinyl. Gas Heat. 416 Greenbrier Drive. $330.00/per month. HUD Accepted. Available Now. Deposit and References Re- quire& Call Gene or Linda Graham, in Winston Salem, 919-727-0333. HN Dec. 3 ; Dec. 31p FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt., utili- ties furnished. Available Jan. 1st. Call 466-5150 after 4:30. HN Dec. 10 - 24p FOR RENT: Newly refinished two bedroom apartment. HUD Approved, References Required. Call 787-9889. HN Nov. 19-TFN Trailer for rent at Hilldale, 2 bedrooms, water and sewer fur- Appliance Service, Spedalizingin nished. Call 466-0174. Sears Appliances. We stock parts. HN Dec. 10-17p Tom's Repair Service. Tom Talbott. 466-2449. HN Oct. 22-TFN Jimmy R. Wheeler Licensed Contractor Home repairs, remodeling, build- ing. REASONABLE. 466-4121 or 445-7830. HN Oct. 22-TFN Will do contracting work, inside and out, plumbing and heating. We will meet or beat any price. Slab ood and hardwood for sale. We also hve firewood, cut and delivered. Call 466-5576 or 466-5093. HN June 4-TFN Reliance Electric, State Certified; Commercial, Residential. 466-0619. HN Sept. 17-TFN Income tax and bookkeeping serv- ices. Doris Thompson. 466-4339. Building Up Tourism FOR SALE I Dear Editor: Wood & coal for sale. Also back- On T.V. our governor has been hoe work. Reasonable rates. 466- buildinguptourismasthe2nd.larg- 2647 after 5:00 o'clock. est industry in W.Va. HN Nov. 26 - Dec. 17p Two Bedroom Trailer and apt. for rent. HUD Approved. Call 466- 1243. HN Nov. 12-TFN For Rent: 2 bedroom mobile home, 1404 Fayette St. $175.00 a month plus $125.00 deposit. 466-2578. HN Nov. I2-TFN For Rent: I and 3 bedroom houses for rent in Bellepoint area. HUD Accepted. Also have several apts. for rent. Call 466 - 3696 days or 466 - 5953 evenings. HN Oct. 15-TFN FOR RENT: 1-2 bedroom apts., with or without utilities furnished. No Pets.Will Accept HUD. 466-4132 or 466-1441 after 5. HN Apr. 9-TFN 1,3 and 4 bedroom apts. and also 3 bedroom house for rent. Call 466- 2020. HN Nov. 19-TFN FOR RENT: Pine Hill Trailer Court. 2 and 3 bedroom trailers. HUD Accepted. Some utilities included. Deposit and Reference Required. No Pets. 466-3775. "FIN Dec. 3-TFN ICs a'faft our state does.have some of'the most beauCffla| sceMc mountains, forest lands, thrms, lakes, etc. to be found anywhere. We can and should be proud to be of these wonderful blessings that God has allowed us. Take a minute to look around you. We can feel good about inviting others to come see and admire our gift from God. Now APCO wants to come march- mg across our majestic mountains with a 765 K.V. power line. Huge, enormous, Monstrosities of towers, wide right of ways, causing property values to decrease. Plus a genuine concern of unknown health hazards, including spraying of herbicides to mountain growth in right of ways. How can the destruction of our beautiful mountains, farm, lakes and homes help boost the tourism indus- try? Much of the proposed route is located in an area of our state known for it's scenic beauty. W.Va. has suffered and is now going thru economic hard times. Tourism has contributed many dol- lars to our economy in the past, and will continue to do so in the future if we keep our unspoiled nature and natural beauty as it is. Our land in it's present form will help our economy - rouRISM'. So please join us. Those opposed to the High Voltage Power Line. Attend a meeting in your area, so you will know the facts about this proposed project of APCO. We feel you too will say to them NO POWER TOWERS". Thank You Douglas Mullins Rt 81 Box 26 Bozoo, WV 24963 We [earn from experience that men never learn anything from experience. --George Bernard Shaw t2g, Firewood FtS]e: 110ad $35.00, 2 loads $65.00. Seasoned. Delivered. After 5:00 466-5169. HN Nov. 19-Jan. lp FOR RENT: New apartments. 1 bedroom, efficacy, furnished. 466- 1100. HN Nov. 5-TFN FOR SALE: "The Long Family History"by Roy C. Long. $30.00 plus $1.50 for mailing an d postage. W.Va., residents add $1.80. W.Va. State Tax. Write: Roy C. Long, 818 Summers St., Hinton, WV 25951. HN July 30-TFN TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature person nowin the HINTON area. Regardless of training, write W.S. Hopkins, Box 711, Ft. Worth, TX 76101. HN Dec. 17p WE'LL PAY YOU to type names and addresses from home. $500.00 per 1000. Call 1-900-896-1666 ($0.99 FOR RENT: Apts. Close In. 466- 5413. HN Dec. 14-24p lllll ii 1 iiii i1 WANTED TO BUY I Buying Antiques: old furniture, depression and carnival glass. Old quilts, old toys, stoneware, baskets, pie safes, cupboards, rod iron beds, and old country store items. We buy one piece or entire estate. Riverbend Auction Company. 466-5212 or 1- 800-310-2897. NOTICE' ,, t Summera/Monr,e/Gre enbrier FREE Computer Training to mirdl8yrs.+) or write: PASSE - qualified individuals. Upgrade your C4833, 161 S. Lincolnway, N. Au- job skills. Job placement assistance rora, IL 60542. that nets results with travel allow- HN Dec. 17 - Jan. 7p . HELP WANTED Secretary wanted, experience preferred. Submit resume to Ziegler & Gunnoe, 110 James St. Hinton. HN Dec. 17-31p ance. Must have high school diploma/ G.E.D., type 20wmp. and J.T.P.A. eligible. Register now for July 1st. classes. Call 647-3222. E.O.EAVI.F.H. HN June 18-TFN YOUR DOCTOR00 New Help For Heartburn If you're bothered by frequent bouts of heartburn, take heart: Your doctor has new treatments that could help reduce--even eliminateyour painful symptoms. People who arc frequently both- crcd by heartburn should scc a doctor as soon as possible, especially if they have other symptoms: chest pain that may bc mistaken for angina, diffi- culty swallowing, frequent belching and regurgitation of acid fluid into the throat. Any or all of these symp- toms could mean you have gastroe- sophageal reflux disease (GERD), the most common malady of the esopha- gus. Left untreated, GERD can lead to ulcers of the esophagus and seri- ous digestive problems, report experts at the Center for Healthcare Commu- nications. If you have fairly mild symptoms of reflux disease, your doctor will probably recommend you take antac. ids and make certain lifestyle changes: lose weight if you're overweight; eat smaller but more frequent, protein- rich, meals: elevate the head of your bed--reflux problems are more com- mon at night: avoid alcohol: don't smoke. I I Heartening news for heartburn sufferers: New medicines, avail- able by, doctor's prescription only, can help. If your symptoms are more seri- ous, your doctor may prescribe a medication called an H, receptor which controls the amounl'of acidiy in the stomach. Nizatidine, one H2receptor, has recently been proven effective for symptomatic relief and healing of reflux esophogitis, at 150 mg twice a day. By taking the time to see your doc- tor now about a health problem such as heartburn, you may spend less time in pain m the future, experts agree.