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00uy, notify, empZoy, through... eee Thp _ . v ClSS ... ... they work We are pledged to the let- ter and spirit of Virginia's and HUD's equal opport- unity housing policies. Virginia's fair housing law makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, na- tional origin, sex, elderly- ness, familial status or handicap. This newspaper will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate that violates the fair hous- ing law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. For more information ab- out Virginia's Fair Hous- ing Law or to file a fair housing complaint, call the Virgini Fair Housing Of- fice a (804) 367-8530. Toll frc call (888) 551- 3247. For the hearing im- paired, call (804) 527- 429O. Houses for Sale or Rent FOR RENT: Honey Bran- ch, 2 bedroom house, vinyl siding, heat pump, screen- ed in front porch, utility room, back porch, carport, inside or outside pets al- lowed. Dog lot, no smok- ing inside. $500 per month unfurnished; $575 furnish- ed. First and last month's rent in advance plus $200 damage deposit. Jean 762- 7500. 10-14-tfncg Apartments for Rent APARTMENT FOR RENT, furnished. Two bedrooms. In St. Paul, close to Shaw. Deposit required Call 1-276-794- 9298. 10-14-2tpd Mobile Homes for Sale or Rent TRAILER FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms, on private lot top of Copper Ridge First and last rent. $350 month. Call 276-738-8748 or 918- 455-6741 10-14-4tpd Services JOE JORDAN PAINTING and Pressure Washing. Virginia Licensed Con- tractor. Residential or Commercial. 276-762, 5848. 10-14-1tcgL Help Wanted BUILDING Maintenan- ce/Cleaning Contractor. New Peoples Bank, Inc, a local community bank headquartered in South- west Virginia is cun:ent]y - accepting bids for a Cle- aning Contractor for our Castlewood location. The candidate for the position will be responsible daily to keep premises of office building in a clean and or- : derly condition. Will per- ,:.i form heavy cleaning duties such as clean floors, wash walls and glass, remove rubbish, etc. Duties may include performing routine maintenance activities, notifying management of need for repairs, and clean- ing snow or debris from sidewalk or entrances. The work to be done consists of furnishing all materials eq- uipment, tools, labor and incidentals. Required Kno- wledge; Ski lls'/Experience i Knowledge of standard methods, practices, tools, and equiPment used to cle- an buildings and furniture;. knowledge of building and Manure. GREEN THUMB brand. Some cheaper but none better than Green Thumb. Special price. Buy 4, 40 lb. bags Potting Soil, Get One FREE. Big M 762-5956. 3-4-tfncgL mation, go to woltz.eom or call Woltz & Associates, Inc, (VA #321) Brokers & Auctioneers, Roanoke, VA, 800-551-3588. Absolute Auction - Oct. 26, 2:00 PM. Nelson & GET CANNING SEASON. Coming Soon: Large ship- ment of Ball Canning Jars. Quarts, pints in regular & wide mouth, jelly jars, can lids and now gallon jars Amherst Co., 3 beautiful READY FOR. farms totaling 2,406+/- ac. offered in 34 tracts. Nine residences, including circa 1790 brick home, barns, Tye & Piney River front- age, wooded and pasture land, spectacular views. property security proced- too! Call or come by for ures. Please mail your bids volume pricing (10 cases to: New Peoples Bank or more) Big M 762-5956. Attn: Bill Cross P.O. Box 3-4-tfncgL 608 Castlewood, VA 24224 Bids will be Pets accepted through October 31, 2010. TWO SWEET DOGS need 10-7-2tcg a good home with room to RESPONSIBLE PERSON roam. Makes good watch dogs. Call 495-1221 for. NEEDED for elderly care information. from 6pm-8am Mon-Fri. 10-14-2tpd Job requirements and living arrangements can be negotiated. Please only in- terested persons apply. Call 276-591-6807. 10-7-2tcg Miscellaneous for Sale YARD SALE: Fri & Sat 1/4 mile past CHS, Mem- orial Drive. Kids and wo- mens clothes, Home Inter- ior, Christmas decorations, many other items. 10-14-1tcg FOR SALE: Approxi- mately 1400 board foot of kiln dried lumber. Ash and oak $1000 or best offer. Serious inquiries only. 276-762-9037. 10-14-1tpd ill FOR SALE: Garden tub, never used, $75 has faucets; kerosene heater used 3 times $50; electric heater, as seen on TV. Cost $300, take $150; 1953 beautiful Ford car original, new paint, new tires, new exhaust $7,000 firm. 762- Ad Network DIVORCE with or without Children $125.00/ With FREE name change docu- ments and marital settle- ment agreement. Fast and easy. Call us 24hrs/7days: 1-888-789-0198; www.CourtDivorceService .com 2,325+/-sf 3BR, 2.5BA NEW CONSTRUCTION! 3 Lots & Beautiful Moun- tain Views 7585 Peaks Road, Bedford, VA AUC- TION: Saturday, October 23, 10am (434) 525-2991 VAAF93 AUCTION- FARM, HOU- SES & PERSONAL PRO- PERTY Mecklenburg County, VA - 433+/- total acres offered in 14 tracts. Houses, cabin, barns and grain bins on the farm. 3 homes and land in Chase City. 18.7+/- Acre devel- opment site between Food Lion and Dollar General Store on North Main St. 9629: ............... 19.5+/.- acres of timberland 10-14-ltpd HUGE SALE! Quality Ste- el Buildings! Save thou- sands! Factory clearance: 16x24, 24x30, 30x60! Amazing opportunity to save AND earn money with Display Program! Call Now 1-866-352-0469. 10-7-2tpd . II I "-GRA )- SEAL PAINT, Interior and Exterior. Let us mix the perfect color for you. Over 1300 colors to choose from. Big M, 762- 5956. 5-6-tfncgL CARPETS AND RUGS. Free estimates on any size job. For all flooring needs. Big M, 762-5956. 5-6-tfncgL TRAILER LOAD Sale PoRing, Top Soil & Cow k(276}762-0325 in Lunenburg County. Personal Property includes coin collection and farm equipment. Auction is Saturday, October 30 at 8:30 am (Real Estate Sells at 11:00 am.) For more information, go to or call Woltz & Associates, Inc, (VA # 321) Brokers & Auctioneers, Roanoke, VA, 800-551- 3588. FARM - ABSOLUTE AUCTION- Botetourt County, VA - 537+/-acres offered in 6 tracts. Ex- cellent pasture, extended road frontage, 3 BR classic frame farmhouse, 2 BR tenant house, pond, con- venient to Historic Fin- castle. Auction Friday, October 22, 5:00 PM at Greenfield Education and Training Center - Dale- ville, VA. For more infer- )welry reFmlrod 762-7533 t Poultry facility built in 2007 on two tracts has separate entrance. In- spections: Sun., Oct. 10 & Wed., Oct.. 20, 1 - 6 PM. Start at Tract 15, 596 Martin Lane, Piney River, VA 22964. Sale Site: The Nelson Center, 8445 Tho- mas Nelson Highway, Lovingston, VA 22949 " Woltz & Associates, Inc, Brokers & Auctioneers (VA# 321),- Roanoke, VA, 800-551-3588, AUCTION - Watauga Lake in TN. 10 lake access lots. October 23- 10am. Spectacular "mountain views. Damascus Realty & Auctions. 276-475-5000 TNA#6373 TNF#5498 1,124+/-sf Ground-level Office Condo, Built in 2006. Ashburn, VA. Lou- doun County. Foreclosure AUCTION: Thursday, October 28, 12pro Pre- view, bid on- line: www.countsauction.c om (434) 525-2991 VAAF93 ........... ,., , 1 A COKE & M&M VENDING ROUTES AVAILABLE. Big $$ Locations! 100% Fin- ancing. Do you Earn $2KAVk? 1-800-367-2106 ext. 6039 NEW Norwood SAW- MILLS-LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34" diameter, mills boards 28" wide. Automated quick-cycle- sawing increases efficiency - up to 40%! www.No .r3voodSawmills.c . om/300N 1-800-661-7746 Ext 300N WATERERONT - 2.6- acre wooded homesite with 22-acre lake at your back door. Central Virginia. Common area features ten- nis court. $65,900 - ex- ceptional owner financing. 434-444-5088. NOTHING DOWN - 6 acres in Nelson County - trees, septic approved, mobile home welcome, . $39,900. I finance - you're already approved. 434-44- 5088. i i i i= i i , MOUNTAINSIDE GETA- WAY! - 2-acre open parcel at the foot of Bank Mountain in Amherst. Okay for double-wides. Ideal spot for rustic retreat[ : .........  II I--'-- - DogKennels 10ftxl0ffx6fl special price $219.00 Big M 762'-5956 Help Wanted: Greystone Manor has opening I for 3rd shift reed tech or will consider I.PN also I opening for direct care or CNA, shifts will vary. [ 762-7929 ask for Helen or Paula. ] Man ufactu rer of Concrete and Cinder Block Lumber Flooring Concrete /, Tools St. Paul Builders & Supply Co., Inc.. Phone 762-5513 Hwy. 58 Castlewood . _L..__ i ................. NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION The Russell County School Board will offer at Public Auction Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. on the, premises of the Russell County School Bus Garage, located at 618 Big Cedar Creek Road in Lebanon, VA the following: Case backhoe 150,000 BTU waste oil furnace 1 1/2 HP electric mortar mixer Joy G100 QP air compressor power drills, sanders & saws double door freezer propane buffer 2 1/2 ton floor jack piano electric hoist teacher desks file Cabinets tables railroad ties Numerous other items not listed will be sold. All items will be sold as is for cash. All items must be removed from the premises on the day of the sale. ].,1i VLL- TIME,, t- ba,  &lursJay, 6ctober t, 2010 Pag 7 Russell County Unit's Extension news !: Provided by the Russell County Extension Office Your Russell County Unit of the Virginia Tech and Virginia State Extension Division---Corn- elia Estep, Scott Jessee, Donna Meade and Bill Worrell presents ihis week's Extension News. Our office is located on 131 East Main Street, Lebanon, VA. Che- ck out our Virginia Tech Public Website Address: Extension Calendar of Events: October 25: Abingdon Feeder Cattle Association, Calf Sale, Tri-State Market 7:00 pm October 29: HoMe Harvest Sale, Alphin-Stuart Arena, Vir- ginia Tech AARP, 2004). Long-distance care needed and identify the type caregivers tend to be college- of help and resources each pr- educated, between the ages of 35 son is willing to provide. Shar- and 64, and in excellent health, ing burdens and joys redus Most consider themselves see- caregiver fatigue and alleviates ondary care providers who sup- the pressure of feeling you are port a primary caregiver, alone and have to do it all. Di, v- Long-distance care may be- gin slowly with simple tasks such as listening to a problem over the telephone or helping with household chores during a visit. It can also start suddenly in ide care responsibilities takg into account each person's alfil- ity to provide help; desire to help; distance from care receiv- er; time available; and acceas. resources. -..,- response to a medical crisis. Knowledge and experience: Regardless of how care begins, Although a particular family the role of the long-distance member or friend may appear caregiver is likely to evolve over best suited to provide a specific time as the needs of their loved type of support, ask about his .or one change, her willingness and ability to Competing Demands: Bal- help and participate in the care- November 2: Last day to ancmg family, work, and care- giving plan. Everyone has , vaccinate calves for November - giving can be stressful and time - competing demands on his'-.rr : 15 VQA Sale If you need information" about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture VQA Update and Sales Results The next VQA Calf Sale will be held on November 15 on the Virginia Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auc- tion. To be eligible for this sale, calves must be weaned by Thur- sday, October 7. Last day for vaccinations will be November 2. The August VQA Sale was held on August 30 on the Vir- consuming, even from a dis- her time and no one should be ante. Because the ability to - forced to take on responsibilities- provide direct care is limited, he or she cannot handle. Quality long-distance care-giving gen- of care ultimately suffers and erally includes two primary family tensions increase. Refrain activities: gathering information from blaming those who decline to inform decision making and to offer assistance. As time goes - coordinating care to ensure ade- on, encourage everyone ,,o quate help is provided (Ros- acknowledge when their circum.- enblatt and Van Steenberg, stances change so responsib- 2003). However, the average ilities can be shifted and shared., . caregiver still travels over 700 Maintain a Care-giving miles a trip each month to pro- Notebook: The fourth step to vide direct assistance in the effective care-giving is to create home (National Alliance for and maintain a caregiver nofe- Caregiving and AARP, 2003). book. It is easier to provide As a result, long-distance care- assistance from afar if curgept ginia Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auc- givers face competing demands medical information and care tion. Prices received for the load - on their time, resources, and resources are stored in one place lots were directly compared to the M&L 1 's sold on the Abing- don Feeder Cattle Association's Labor Day Sale. By working together, Russell Coonty Pro- ducers added over $11,015 to the gross sale of their livestock (approximately $40.50 per head). Since the VQA Program began in the fall of 2005, 6,415 calves have been sold generating an extra $265,960. Participants marketing through the program have averaged an additional $41.44 per calf. If you would like to participate in the sales, please contact the Extension Office at 889-8056. Hokie Harvest Sale The 16 th Annual Hokie Har- vest Sale will be held on Friday, October 29, 2010. Forty-nine head of beef cattle and 10 com- mercial bred gilts will be cata- family life including: increased and updated regularly. The note- periods of time spent away from book should include a medctd the family (planning and unplan- profile (with diagnoses), a list.of ned); demands on personal time physician's names and contact for resolving care-related issues; information, a list of curreiit additional travel costs to spend medication and dosages, contact time with loved one; lost wages information for other caregivers from missing work; need for and neighbors, insurance infer- initiating back-up plans for child mation, and information abofit care; increased interactions with community support programsi health providers to seek infer- the area. By keeping informatiOn mation; coordinating of care ser- organized in one place, it is eas; vices with informal and formal ier to find needed informati'l caregivers; and increased contact when coordinating care, speak with siblings and other family ing to. medical personnel, arid members, responding to emergency sit/m; Five Steps for Providing tions. " Effective Care: To ensure long- Communicate with FamifyT distance care activities are an Finally, identify your own needff, efficient and effective use of wants and expectations in the" your time, energy and resources, caring relationship and corn= implement the following five municate your thoughts, feel:; steps for providing effective ings, and observations with othefl care: ask what needs to be done, family members. Talking tlu'6- logned for this sale. A wide assess the _ situation, develop an ugh your frustrations with oth/'" assortment of purebred and tom- action plan, maintain a care- family members will relier( mercial beef cattle of various giving notebook, and commun- stress and tension and provide an ages and breeds will be offered for public auction (18 bred cows, 3 fall calving cows, 6 weaned calves, 19 yearling bulls icate with other family members, opportunity to share information Ask What Needs to Be about the current care situation. Done: The first step to providing As life situations change and the appropriate and timely care care receiver's health improves. at the Extension Office. Donna Meade - Family and Consumer Science Long-distance Care-Giving: Five Steps to Providing Effective Care Many people face many new challenges when caring for a loved one who is no longer able to manage life independently. While the support provided may allow older adults to remain living in the community, it may also lead to increased levels of stress and strain for those providing care This publication is designed to acquaint you with five basic steps to providing efficient and effective care from & 10 gilts). The sale catalog will starts with a frank discussion or declines, the five steps should be available on the internet after with the person needing help and be revisited, ensuring continuity Oct. 9 at www.ansc.vt/edu (Sel, .sis.tance, Mog .assumptions "d quality ofcare. c!_,,Beef Center oi Swine Center). about what a person needs only If you have questions or are caVtalogs can also be picked up harhpers the care=giving process interested in other human devel- and can create bad feelings that opment information on older may ultimately impede care. adults and their families, contact Allow your loved ones to the Virginia Cooperative Exten- maintain as much independence sion office (276-889-8056). as possible in their life and Family and Consumer Sciences direct their own care for as long agents offer a variety of educa- as possible. Ask about care and tional programs related to family living preferences and listen to life, personal fitness, nutrition, explanations about needs and and food safety. wants. Be sure to understand what is expected of you and others offering support. October test date Assess the Situation: The second step in providing effect- The GED Exam will be given tive care is to assess, preferably Saturday, October 23, at the . in person, the person's ability to complete his or her daily routine Education Center, Building C., and maintain the home environ-, W ise. Testingwill begin_.___ _8 ment. During your visit, be sure a.m. Registration must be done a distance, to set aside enough time to no later than two days prior to Profile of Long-distance := discuss sensitive issues such as the exam. Call Karen Whitt, Caregivers: Fifteen percent of financial and legal matters. Ask questions about how the estate is 276-328-8612 for more infer- family caregivers are considered long-distance caregivers. 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