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The Mountain Messenger, Sunday, May 1, 1994 9B NOTICE: Would the person (and I am sincere when I use that term) who mis- takenly removed my camel jacket with its cresent moon lapel pin from the Green- brier Valley Health Club on Friday, April 8 kindly return both items to the club or in care of the Lewisburg Post Office Box 162. I need them. Thank you, NOTICE: You have a chair without a bot- tom? I have the cane to fill it. For ques- tions call Colynn Jones at 645 1775. (5/1) NOTICE: I am looking for information on ancestors of Joshua Jones and Rebecca Neff. They were married on June 18, 1850 and possibly a sister Permelia Jones McClung John Milton Jones and Sara Amanda Jackson marriage date was Feb. 3, 1876. If anyone has any in- formation please call Susette Batten at 853-2916 or write to P.O. Box 302, Burnsvitte, WV 26335. (5/1) NOTICE: S&A Cleaning service-Let us do your dirty work. For your genewl household and business cleaning. Call 772-3541 or 772-3676. Reasonable rates, excellent references. (TFN) NOTICE: MILLER RENTAL SERVICE. For contracting equipment, home re- pairs, party and wedding supplies. Call 497-2800. Located - US 219 N., Lewis- burg. (TFN) NOTICE: Meadows Auto Auction, Rt. 60 East, Rupert, Tuesday, May 3, 6 p.m. Open to dealers and individuals to buy or sell. To pre-register vehicles phone 466- 3341 or 392-6134. AA7; #53. (4/24) YARD SALE: Sat. April 30, 7 am. to 1 p.m. Guns and lots of miscellaneous items. 303 Lee St. Lewisburg. (5/1) YARD SALE: May 6 & 7 from 8 am.-"" until ? both days. 214 S. Court St., Le- wisburg. (5/1) Joe A. Wiley To satisfy the housing requirements of some of our incoming WVSOM Students, we need to up-date our listing, of available rental prop- erties including apartments, houses, mobile homes and condominiums. If you wish to list your available property, please call 647-6264 and request a housing form or stop by the Personnel Office at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine WVSOM is an AA/EO Employer ADOPTION: Bedtime stories, an ador- able brother, and loving, financially se- cure parents await your baby. Please call Mary and Tom collect 802-235-2312. (5/ 27) WANTED: Sears 12HP Craftsman lawn mower motor w/electric starter. Call 497- 3562 after 6 p.m. (fin) WANTED: Buying antiques and collect- ibles, pie safes, cupboards, old toys, old quilts, depression glass, carnival glass, cookie jars, old military items. Buying items needing repair and refinishing. We buy entire estates. Before you sell, call Riverbend Auction Company. 445-2897 or (800) 726-2897. (TFN) WORK WANTED: Dependable caring person will do in- home care for the eld- erly. Excellent experience. References upon request. Call 645-1792. (TFN) HELP WANTED: Contact Cutting Edge Lawn Care. Office 647-3577 or home 772-3609 evenings. (tfn) HELP WANTED: British United Turkeys of America is currently accepting applica- tions for staffing of our final phase of ex- pansion in the Lewisburg Area. Individu- als with a background in agriculture or animal husbandry are needed for full and part-time farm positions. B.U.T.A. offers competitive wages, ex- cellent medical benefits, and the oppor- tunity for advancement as our business continues to expand throughout North America. Applications will be accepted at our Lewisburg office (Route 60W) during the following dates and times ONLY: Wednesday, May 4 - 6-10 a.m. & 3-6 p.m. Thursday, May 5 - 7:30-11 a.m. Friday, May 6 - 7:30-11 a.m. British United Turkey takes pride in being an equal opportunity employer. (5/1) FOR SALE: 1990 14x70 Fleetwood mo- bile home, 2 BR, 2 full baths, furnished w/major appliances, washer & dryer, 3 pc. living room suite, sofa bed, table and 5 chairs. Vinyl underpinning, plus front porch. Must be Moved! Call 497-3562. FOR SALE: 1976 mobile home 12x60. Liveable but needs work. You must move it. $1,000 or best offer befroe May 15, Call 497-3577 evenings or week- ends. (5/1) FOR SALE: 1981 Marsh Field, 3 bed- HELP WANTED: The Alleghany High- lands Community Services Board is seeking a Child/Adolescent Clinician to provide individal, group and family coun- seling. Duties include evaluation, diagno- sis, and treatment of childhood, adoles- cent mental distorders; familiarity with child abuse treatment, in-home family preservation skills; work cooperatively with courts, social services, and schools; provide community education and con- sultation. REQUIREMENTS: A relevant Master's room, 2 baths, out building and porch, degree with course work documenting Call 647-3678 after 7 p.m. or leave a clinical assessment of behavioral and message. (5/1)emotional disabilities; DSM-III-R and a FOR SALE: 1976 Ford 1/2 tone pick-up. Runs well, current sticker. Evenings, call 832-6544. (5/8) Typesetter Needed Join the team that produces the area's weekly community newspaper the Mountain Messenger. We are looking for a strong typist, preferably with Microsoft Word and Aldus Pagemaker experience. Please call 647-5724 or stop by at 122 N. Court St., Lewis- burg minimum of two years post graduate ex- perience with children/families. Be li- censed or licensed-eligible (L.P.C., L.C.S.W., or L.Ph.D). A competitive start- ing salary with an excellent fringe benefit package available. Reply by 5 p.m., May 13, 1994, with COVER LETTER, RES- UME and AHCSB APPLICATION to: Mrs. Penny Hanes, Adm. Asst., AHCSB, 601 Main St., Clifton Forge, VA 24422 (703) 86301609. Applications may be obtained at any CSB office or contact. Mrs. Haynes. AHCSB is an EOE. (5/1) FREE: To good home. Possible Rottweiler and Australian Sheppard mix: $ males and 1 female, approximately 8 weeks old. Playful. Call Mr. Allen at 645- 3302. (5/1) See Debbie For All Your Automotive Needs! (304) 645-5077 (800) 531-3651 368 Seneca Trail Fairlea, WV 2490E FOR RENT: Studio Apt. in downtown Lewisburg. $230 includes all utilities ex- cept phone and cable. Available May 16, Ca!! 645-7197 9 a.m.- 7 p,m. (5/8) FOR RENT: Sunset Terrace Motel, Rt. 60 West, Lewisburg. Rentals, daily, weekly & monthly No security deposit. Some units with microwave, refrigera- tor & color TV. Daily maid service available. 645-2363. (tin) FOR RENT: House for rent (unfurnished) no pets - great for eldedy. Hud approved, WSS area. Phone 536-2430 after 7 p.m. (3/13-TFN) FOR SALE: House in Garden Heights, 3 BR, 2 bath, living room, dining room, breakfast room or den. Three fireplaces. Full basement. New wood floors. Newly renovated. 647-3936. (fin) FOR SALE: Own your new home. Only 2 payments down. Paid tor in 7 years. 1- 800-962-2811. (tin) FOR SALE: Auto focus 28-80 Zoom 35 mm Pentax camera, on display at Fast Fete, Crawford's Shopping Center $175. 645-3785. (5/1) FOR SALE: Livestock Tailors. Call 799- 448O (TFN) FOR SALE: Dog Food. Quanity Dis- count. Call 497-3660 (TFN) FOR SALE: Hi Tensil Fencing Supplies Call 497-3660 (TFN) FOR SALE: Ebony Yamaha Piano in ex- cellent condition. Serious inquires only, please. 645-2525 after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: Vinyl Replacement Win- dows. Free estimate and low prices. 50 year warranty. Call 445-2230. (TFN) FOR SALE: Carpet & Vinyl floor remnants. Reduced for quick sale. Cab 445-2230. (TFN) FOR SALE: 1-1/4" Heavy Duty White or Brown; 36" or 32" self-storing screen only $89.95. Call 445-2230. (TFN) FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 1 bath, unfin- ished home located near Ronceverte. Will sell as is or finish inside. New septic system. Must sell, will finance $500.00 down. Call 1-800-444-6897. (fin) FOR SALE: One size 10 off-white, tea- length gown; one size 7-8 strapless, white with blue polka dots, skirt is blue, knee-length dress. $40 each. Call after 6 p.m. 497-2945. (ffn) Welfare Programs Explained "Can people who work get "welfare'?" This is a frequently asked question of the Depart- ment of Healih and Htnnan Re- sources. The answer, surprising to many, is "yes." All programs offered are available to persons who work if the hours they work and/or money they make is low enough. The Aid to Fmnilies with De- pendent Children (AFDC) Pro- gram offers a standard $90 de- duction per month for people with earnings, as well as a child care deduction, maxinntm $200 per child. Another type of deduc- tion is the $30 plus 1/3 disre- gard which lasts for four (4) The Food Stamp lh'ogram is probably the one most available to our working poor since Ihe in- come guidelines are higher than AFDC. The deducllon for tile combined earnings of all people in tile home is 20%. This 20% disregard is applied to gross earnings and is ifltended to ('over those expenses incidental to eInploylnelll Sllch as trans- portation, meals away from home. special ('lothing and pay- roll (tecluctions. The Medicaid l'rogram is more conlplicaiecl because there are so tnany kinds of services under this one program. The greatest deductions are available to those months after which (he $30 dis- who are aged (65 years plus}, regard may continue for eight (8) blind oz" disabled. "l'he first $65 additional months, plus l/2 of the remainder of the earned income is to be disre- Ans~erstoSupcrCrossword garded with lit) tillle lhnitation. B A _F I OI I _xIoIigI-oT -I Other services have disregards NA AER I E W I l " ~-O-'~LpA-~[O ~IL}-tI}~[~.~{L{~-{ val'ying lrollt IlOrle to those lllen- -" ro!l , J,o,,ed het'e. LI~ESqA~RE~-NA-~II~IIE~ AS you can see. peol,le ,:an u t t c a v ~ - o P A L work anl receive sorne type of c K-CL~-Rt=wA-IkH~ RL~IIC_LIA [_IE_] assistance. If you feel you nlay f or .ave .,,,.-S,lOnS re.,.td- ~~lR.~ ing iltforlnalion presented, Q~I~.~-~.q[~I~-E~ please do not tlesil'de lo contact U [ ..... ~~-'~ he Dei,artlnellt (,l ltealth arid ~ AI,~ILq-~(~-~ thunan Resources Ollicc in your ~ COUII['~7 647-7476. I I I II CONTRACTORS I] [[ C- UNS 11 {1 ]EwELR'Y Jl [[,, PAPERHANGING I] [[ T,,o .i s'i IJ