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4'. i" aD lU 4 t +. f Buy, sell, notify, employ, through... 000 The Classifieds We are pledged to the letter and spirit of Vir- ginia's and HUD's eq- START THE NEW YEAR ual opportunity housing RIGHT! Remodel the policies. Virginia's fair housing law makes it house for Morea. We do it all! J.R. Byrd Buildings illegal to advertise any 276-762-2278, 276-971- preference, limitation or discrimination based on 6089, 276-365-0939. race, color, religion, na- 12-8-4tcg tional origin, sex, eld- erlyness, familial status Miscellaneous for or handicap. This news- Sale paper will not knowing- ly accept advertising for FIREWOOD FOR real estate that violates SALE: Already split and the fair housing law. seasoned wood. 276- Our readers are hereby 762-0462. informed that all dwell- 12-22-1tpd ings advertised in this newspaper are available GRAY SEAL PAINT, on an equal opportunity Interior and Exterior. basis. For more infor- Let us mix the perfect mation about Virginia's color for you. Over Fair Housing Law or to 1300 colors to choose file a fair housing com- from. Big M, 762-5956. plaint, call the Virginia 5-6-tfncgL Fair Housing Office at (804) 367-8530. Toll (ARPETS AND free call (888) 551- RUGS. Free estimates 3247. For the hearing on any size job. For all impaired, call (804) flooring needs. Big M, 527-4290. 762-5956. 5-6-tfiacgL Houses for Sale MOTIVATED SELL- ER! HOME, 3BR, 2BA, 1600 sq ft on 1.3 acre. Price reduced to $145,000. Call 762- 0310. 12-15-4tpd BEAUTIFUL HOME by owner, Castlewood. 1.2AC 3,840 sq. tL 2,358 sq. ft. finished. Huge sunroom. 18x36 IG pool. Home redone in & out. 3-4BR 2BA 31 Cox Street. Gardens and flowering trees. Work- shop, greenhouse, stor- age buildings. Reduced to $198,000 FIRM. (276) 690-2130. 7-7-tfncg Houses for Rent FOR RENT: 2BR, IBA house in Castlewood. $425 rod. Deposit required. 276- 973-8384. 12-22-2tcg Apartments for Rent APARTMENT FOR RENT: Two bedrooms, Castlewood area. 762- 7533, 356-3701 or 619- 3701. 10-6-tfncg APARTMENT FOR RENT, 2BR, in town. 276-762-9673 or 276- 708-5923. 12-22-1 tpd Mobile Homes for Rent FOR RENT: 2 BR trail- er, located in Ervintown. Private lot. Call 276- 762-5980. 12- I -tfncg Dog Kennels 10 ft x 10 ftx6 fl 00 ... they work Services In Memory $2k/wk? 1-800-367- 2106 ext. 6039 In Loving Memory of Wayne F. Salyer In Memory A CHRISTMAS LETTER In Memory of Angie Jones I want to write you a letter. We miss you so much. There is never a time we don't have you on our mind day and night. This is a Christ- mas that our hearts and lives will be broken. There will never be ano- ther Christmas like the ones we had with you for 24 years. I know you are in heaven with Jesus where there is always Christmas because you are with the one that Christmas is all about. For the past three years you told me that your nephews, Camden and Nolan was number one in your life and now Jes- us has you and Amanda as a number one angel in his heaven. With all our mind and heart we could never tell you how much we love you and miss you this and ever Christmas. I want to say Merry Christmas from Benny, Mamaw and Papaw, Nolan, Camden, Ellen, Denny, Amy, Mary, Roger and Jan. Written by: Jan Hurd 12-22-1tpd special price !1 " New at Big M! I $219.00 I Ladies Scrubs, I , Big M 762-59!6 [ solids & patterns. I  BUYING -OG & $ ih er at Ma & Pa'$ Hamlin . ,arports & mpair+d dO,door buildings 762- 7533 , 276)762-0325j Man ufactu rer of Concrete and Cinder Block Lumber Flooring C oncre00te=t00 Tools It's your first birthday in Heaven We know you're happy there It just doesn't seem pos- sible Time has gone by so fast. You're sur- rounded by those loved ones Who left you so long ago And you're watching over those you let Smiling down from above. It's your first birthday in Heaven It doesn't feel right that this is so. You should be here with your friends and family Who all miss you as we do Time stands still when realiza- tion hits You've gone to a better place You're healthy and happy ag- ain...But your presence on Earth can never be replaced It's your first birthday in Heaven The first of many more yet to come And though you're gone in body Your spirit will forever live on. Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas We love and miss you. Betty, Nelson & Theresa, Randy & Lisa, Danny Ray, Melissa & James, Karen & James, Jonathon & Britney, Abigail, Emily, Pamela, Brandon, Makayla and Katelyn 12-22-1tpd Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING .... NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERN- ING THE INTENTION OF THE COUNCIL MEMBERS FOR THE TOWN OF ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA TO PRO- POSE FOR PASSAGE A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF UP TO $750,000.00 TOWN OF ST. PAUL,' VIRGINIA REVENUE ANTICI- PATION NOTES, SERIES 2011. Notice is hereby given of a public hearing con- ceming the intention of the Town of St. Paul, Virginia, to propose for passage at a public hear- ing at a regular meeting of the Town Council, Town of St. Paul, Vir- ginia to be held on Thursday, December 29, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. at the St. Paul Town Hall, 16531 Russell Street, St. Paul, Virginia, a reso- lution entitled "A Reso- lution Authorizing the Issuance of up to $750,000.00 Principal Amount of Revenue Anticipation Notes of the Town of St. Paul, Virginia, and providing for the form, details and payment thereof." The purpose of the Note is to St. Paul Builders & Supply Co., Inc. Phone 762-5513 58 Castlewood FOR SALE $799,000 Jordan Hollow Inn Stan- ley, Virginia. Luxury ro- oms, suites and cabins, 45 acres-Farm House Restaurant Equestrian theme and stables tax assessed: $1,515,500 Walker Commercial Services, Inc. 540-344- 6160 Medical Billing Train- ees Needed! 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MAKE OFFER and low monthly payments on 4 remaining. 20x20, 25x28, 30x40, 40x56 - Save thousands Call Now 757-301-8885 Sherrie CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, December 22, 2011 Page Russell County Unit's Extensionnews i 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 this 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: January 7: Virginia-North Carolina Shepherd's Sympos- ium, Alphin Stuart Arena, Virginia Tech January 9: Virginia Quality Assured (VQA) Calf Sale 6:00 pm on the Virginia Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auction January 17: Virginia Forage and Grasslands Council, Winter Forage Conference, Wytheville Meeting Center February 10: Virginia Beef Industry Convention, Hotel Roanoke If you need information about any of the listed events, please call the Extension Office at (276) 889-8056. Scott Jessee - Agriculture Cattle Traders Update Listed below are the sale prices for cattle sold on the Dec- ember 12 Virginia Cattlemen's Tel-O-Auction. This is the last Cattlemen's Sale for 2011 -the first sale of 2012 will be held on January 9! Prices listed below are in $/Cwt. 77 Steers, average " weight=650, $150.50 63 Steers, average weight=715, $140.50 66 Steers, average weight=740, $140.00 77 Heifers, average weight=650, $134.00 VA State Graded Feeder Cattle There were six state graded feeder cattle sales held during December 8-14 (Lynchburg, Marshall, Radiant, Rockingham, Springlake and Winchester). 4,436 cattle were sold. Average prices listed below are for M&L l's in $/Cwt. Steers: 400-500: $155.50; 500-600: $148.92; 600-700: $140.40; 700-800:$133.00 Heifers: 400-500: $135.00; 500-600: $133.50; 600-700: $120.80; 700-800:$125.50 Due to holiday closings and light receipts, the VDACS Mar- ket Report will not be available until January 5, 2012. Special thanks to all of the state graders for their help in compiling data for the weekly reports! January 9 - VQA Sale If you would like to parti- cipate in the January 9 th Virginia Quality Assured Sale, please contact the Extension Office as soon as possible. Donna Meade - Family and Consumer Science Phantom/Standby Energy Use by Home Electronics and Appliances Consumer electronics and appliances amount to about 15% of a home's utility usage. Did you know these modem con- veniences can cost you a lot of money on your power bill even when they are still plugged in, but turned of. The average American home is brimming with consumer electronics and appliances (e.g. televisions, DUD players, ster- eos, kitchen gadgets, etc.). These products amount to approxi- mately 15% of a home's utility usage. What you may not realize is that these modem conven- iences can cost you a lot of money on your power bill even when they are still plugged in, but turned off. Products with clock displays, remote controls, and other feat- ures draw power 24 hours per day. Another way to figure out if your appliance is drawing power s to touch the plug (trans- former). If it is warm to the touch, it is drawing power. Although an individual product draws little standby power by itself (a few watts up to 40 watts), a typical American home has about 40 products continu- ously drawing power. This con- sumption is called "phantom," "vampire," "leaking energy," or "standby" energy use. This combined phantom energy use can account for about 10% of your power bill. Since altering the energy re- quirements of existing applian- ces and electronics is not pos- sible, using them mindfully, or replacing them with energy ef- MOTORISTS: fiClent models, will significgntl2 reduce the amount of erferg2 they require. Here are several ways t reduce the energy consumtiot of existing appliances: *,  Use a high qualit 3 power strip as a central powe,. supply for clusters of computer video (TV, DUD, video games etc.) or audio products (recei.. ers, amplifiers, etc.), so ever ything can be switched off witt one action when the equipmen is not in use. Do not overload circuit with too many item plugged in, as it is dangerous Most circuits in a home are 15 AMPs, but only use 75%, whict is. about 11 AMPs. Look at th amount of AMPs that each iterr uses, Heating products use mor AMPs than the products. Con. tact an electrician or your Ioca utility company if you neec more information about AMPs. , Unplug chargers fo] cell phones and power supplie! (the black cubes that convert A( power to DC) when the equip. ment is fully charged or not ir USe. Caution: Think before yoz unplug. Many rechargeabh products gradually lose thei charge over time. You may ge frustrated if your cordless photo or cordless drill isn't full) charged Enable power manage. mont.features on your computer monitor, and other office equip. ment. Avoid using a screer saver on your computer's mon. it0r; allow the monitor to switct to "Sleep" mode, "Power-down' function, or turn it off when it' not in use. When it is time to replace m appliance, look for the Energ3 Star logo. Energy Star is joint program of the U.S Environmental Prdtectior Agency and the U.S Department of Energy Appliances and other househok goods (e.g. lightbulbs) with thi: logo have been designed to mee strict standards for energ2 efficiency. 25636/phantomstandby-energy- use-by-home-electronics-and- appl.iances Stop for pedestrians in the Library Crosswalk... It's the r law! i I ATTACK ASTHMA. ACT NOW. I - 866-NO-ATTACKS WWW.NOATTACKS.ORG DON'T LET YOUR CHILD FEEL LIKE A FISH WITHOUT WATER.