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6--Hinton News Tues. Feb. 19, 1980 Legal Notice : NOTICE TO REDEEM TO S.C. Btu.nette, Address unknown You will take notice that Opal Craft, the purchaser of th following real estate: From Rear of Lots 8-9-10, Block "M",. Riverside Rest, situate in Talcott District, Summers County, i West Virginia, which was retrained delinquent in the name of S.C. Burnette, and was sold by the Sheriff of Summers County, West Virginia, at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 50th day of October, 1978, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will he made to him on or after the first day ot: April, 1980, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31, 1960, $ 11.80 Amount of taxes paid on the property since the sale, with interest to March 31,1980, 8.08 Amount paid for survey and report, IAznount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for prep- aration and service of the notice 30.00 50.00 TOTAL $ 99.sa You may redeem at any time before March 31, 1960, by paing the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 29th day of January, 1980. Barbara N. Cart Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Virginia Feb. 19, 26 Mar. 4 Legal Notice NOTICE ql) REDEEM TO J.W. Muilens Address unknown You will take notice that Brian Pettyjchn, the purchaser of the following real estate: Lot 17, Farm Side Camps, situate in Talcott District, Summers County, West Virginia, which was returned delinquent in the name of J.W. Mullens, and was sold by the Sheriff of Summers County, West Virginia, at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 30th day of October, 1978, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April, 1980, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real est- ate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31,1980, Amount of taxes paid on the property since the sale, with interest to March 31,19g0, Amount paid for survery and report, Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served and for prep- aration and service of the notice, TOTAL $ 91.09 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Take notice that a 1978 Chev- rolet four wheel drive truck, Serial Number , West Virginia title number K927546, which has been re- possessed by reason of default in the terms of the retention of title or lien instrument, will be' offered for sale and sold at public auction to the highest bidder as provided by law at 10:30 a.m. on the 20th day of February 10 at the following premises: National Bank of Summers, Hinton, West Virg- inia, unie8 prior to the said! sale, the amount now due is paid' to the undersigned, plus storage and keeping of same. The un- dersigned reserves the right to bid in the auction and to par- chase. Dates this Fifth day of February 1980. AW. Willey A.W. Willey, Agent THE NATIONAL BANK OF SUMMERS Feb. 7, 14, 19 Legal?Notice LEGAL NOTICE The City of Rinton is accept- ing sealed bids on a rubber tired endlonder-backhoe comparable to a Case- Model 580C. Bidd- ers must accept for trade the City's loader-backhoe, a 1974 Long- Model 445. Bids will be received until 4:00 p.m. on February 29, 1980 at the City Clerk's office or by mail to City of Hinton, Box 477, Hinton, W.Va. 25951. Mark outside of envelope "Endloader Bid". The Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Janet L. Rush Clerk-Recorder Feb. 14, 19 .Legal Notice $ 14.11 FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for 2.54 settlement: S.D. McLean, Executor of the 15.00 Estate of Irene Harris Fr- anklin, deceased. Given under my hand on this the 5th day of February, 1960. F.W. Sawyers 50.00 Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Feb 12, 19, 26 You may redeem at any time before March 31, 1980, by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 29th day of January, 1960. Barbara N. Carr Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Virginia Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 4 Lega|-Notice NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Jack E. and Janice I. blouse. Address unknown You will take notice that R.L. Smith, the purchaser of the following real estate: Lot 10, Block "C" Sun Valley Lake, situate in Pipestem District, Summers County, West Virginia, which was returned delinquent in the name of Jack E. Janice I. Nouse, and was sold by the Sheriff of Smnmers County, West Virginia, at the sale for delinquent taxes, made on the 30th day of October, 1978, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will he made to him on or after the first day of April, 1980, as provided by law, unless before that day you redeem such real estate, The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: $ 47.20 Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31, 1980, 3.41 10.00 Amount of taxes paid on the property since the sale, with interest to March 31.1980. Amount paid for survey and report. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for prep- aretlon and service of the notice. 50.00 TOTAL $110.61 You may redeem at any time before March 31, 1960, by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 29th day of January, 1960. Barbara N. Carr Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Virginia Feb. 19, 26, Mar. 4 Legal Notice NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Thomas T. and Susan A. Bouldin. address unknown You will take notice that the purchaser of the following real estate: 12 Acres, 80 poles, situate in Talcott District, Sum. mers County, West Virginia, which was returned delinqmmt in the name of Thomas T. and Susan A. Bouldln, and was sold by the l Sheriff of Summers County, West Virginia, at the sale for, delinquent taxes made on the 30th day of October, 1978, has. requested that you he notified that a deed for such real estate will he made to him on or after the first day of April, 1960, as provided' by law, unless before that day you redeem such real eat-' ate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty- first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31,1960, $ 30.30 Amount of taxes paid on the property since the sale, with interest to March 31,1980, Amount paid for survey and rel)ort. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for prep- aration and service of the notice, 50.00' TOTAL $138.73 You may redeem at any time before March 31, 1980, by paying the above total less any unearned interest Given under my hand this 29th day of January, 1980, Barbara N. Cart Clerk of the County Court of Summers County, West Virginia Feb, 19/26, Mar. 4 Legal Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of ELIZABETH NEAL ARRING- TON, Deceased. All parsons having claims against the Estate of Elizabeth Neal Arrtngton, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same wRh the voucher thereof, leg- ally verified to the undersigned, at my office, in the City of Hlnton, West Virginia, on or before May 5, 1980, at 10:00 A.M., otherwise, they may by law he excluded from all bene- fits from said estate. All bene- ficiaries of said estate are not- ified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand this 4th day of February, 1980. David L. Parmer (;ommiesioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- ginfa Feb. 12, 19, 26 Legal Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be rec- eived by the West Virginia Department of Highways at its office in Charleston, West Vir- ginia, Room A-1017, 1900 Wash- ington Street, East, until I0 AM, March 25, 1980 and said pro- " pesals will be publicly opened and read immediately there. after for the construction of the following project on State Hi- ghways. Interstate Project 1-64-4 (43) 130 (X341-64-129.00-03) Raleigh & Summers Counties. 0.27 miles of 1-64 (Expressway) to con- struc! the New River Bridge No. and Grading. 6,876,929 Lbe. Structural Steel. A Pre-Bid Conference for the above project will be held at 1:00 PM, March 4, 1980 at the South Briefing Room, Science and Culture Center, Capitol Complex, Charleston, West Vir- ginia. All PFopoul. Guaranties are 00.00 or 5 percent of total bid, whichever is greater, The West Virginia Depart- ment of Highways hereby no- titles all bidders that it will affirmatively iddure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business unterprises will be afforded full opportunity to sub- mlt bids in response to this invitation, and will not be dis- criminated against on the gr- ounds of race, color, religion, sex or national origin in eon- sideratiou for an award WEST VIRGINIA DEPART- MENT OF HIGHWAYS PHILIP J. SHEETS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Feb. 19,26 Mt. P00sgah Wom, Hold Feb. Meeti .................. ThaMt. Plsph'UnitedMeth- Minutes were  lt ESTATE 5Att edist Women met on Febru- oved. .. ary 8, 1980, at the home of Mrs.  The group was I h For only $5,000 don ' Genny Bengy, Betty Wills co- the World Day d 'bedSore house, fl host. The meeting was called to March Tth at 78:30 td M, with kitcl order by group president, Mry- the Miller Memort es. On 2 acre wo tie Bryant. , Church '3510. For the Spiritual Growth de-, For the month d 9. Feb. 28p votions, Mrs. Edith Jarrcll read were a total of 4 Psalm 3"/: 1-5 and a poem aptersread, lSsick! e: Approximately entitled "How Do You Know cards sent room home, paz When It's Time To Pray". The The meeting was Spruce Run. Phc devotion was closed with pray- the MYF Benedicti0 er by Mrs. Nola Lilly. mentswereserved 119-26p The monthly program was led Those present :  by Mrs. Gienna Boone which Genny Bengy, Edl e: Small house (N enclnded a reading entitled " Pearl Bartgis, Ali sher stove and so Another Chance" and Psalms I: eima Cales, Terri I . Wall to wall car 34-40. Also a reading entitled ia Lilly, Gleuna Walls, Beam ceili "More or Less Personal" read tie Bryant. ,,?,ed insulated. |llh Acres woodland by Nola Lilly ,  Plot. Private Road ,," Circle N ber O] kt Mountain. See T, um T 127 Riverside ] Holds Meeting ..... .,,-.,..,. ..Members of circle number lesson entitled the t one met at the Presbyterian little Puscha." lot with free Dorothy Shull ( standing , left), assistant professor of family Church Thursday Feb. 14 for The meeting resources at West Virginia University, examines proposed their regular meeting. Bonnie benediction. Tho interior designs for brightening Weston State Hospital develop- Peck opened the meeting with joyed a nice ed by WVU students. They include (from left) Becky Cart, Devotions taken from Psa]m l21 were : Lena Blue Luster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cart of 313 Wood St., reading the Psalm and exp- chmond, Effie carpet clean, Sistersville; Beverly llawkins, daughter of Mrs. Aubrey Haw- laining it. Closing with prayer, cely, Bonnie and save kins of 703 Bittersweet Rd., Monroevfllo, 'Pa.; and Mary Beth Old and no business of the tar, Harriet Reed Mart in the Corn Knapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Knapp of 100 Phillips l,st meeting read and approv- Cormick, Miss St., Beckley. ed. Sick members to be 'ram- ell, and Miss :27. TFN embered with cards, ers. Clara Porter gave the Bible! trailer for x at Nimitz Exxon. New Designs Created Trees Avaih Med. size trail, Near Sumt $135.00 Mental hospitals can be dep- with the environment that you She said that if patients are The West Virginia Depart- The Teresa at ressing places for their pat- don't think you're picking up seated ar right angles or in a meat of Natural Resources,. ed by April 15, (12. 26p tents-- and not just because the cues, but you are, constantly. " circle, there is more interact- Division of Forestry offers this! species provide " patients are sick. Ms. Shull used the color pur- ion than if the chairs are lined packet of tree and shrub seed- and ccver, win The buildings themselves can pie as an example. She said up against a wall. " lings for by landow- andgeneral cause some depression, observ- purple has negative connotat- The WVU designers were not purchase unp nm for piant00 West Vir- en0000onment. ed Dorothy Shull, assistant pro- ions which the mentally ill find given an entirely free hand in ginia . : seven dollars and I" '1 YOU - - lessor of family resources in the comforting. "Purple has been redesigning. Because of the Th packet contains 30 seed- $7.50) delivered'. t w x0u'me adon,tnusineSnee College of Human Resources associated with the color of nature of Weston, there were lin" Order blanks areal to Start Begin at h, and Education. death," she said. "For that very practical restrictions. 5- llinese Chestnut, 5- Black the Soil Conservauqnr -- - "  part time. Ideal That's why Professor Shull reason we did not want to use it. "Most restrictions were be- Walnut, 5- Gary- Sllky Dogwood Office in the Court.ndandwifeteamsor and 27 senior students in her The patients may he more cause of safety and security , 5- Norway Spruce, 5- White nex at Hinton. rbligation, write professional practices class at comfortable with it but that requirements." Ms. Shull said. Pine, 5- Scotch Pine. ' lver, W. Va. 21 WVU were asked by Weston would not he beneficial. "We couldn't use cloth, any- .12- 21p .. State Hospital to create new "The Weston staff wanted us thing hanging from the ceiling, .... design for brighter, more stim- to make the spaces more ch- anything that might ha picked r^..._-' ' ' ulating interiors at the hospital, eerful and so we chose light and up and thrown, or any kind of ,,,L AL[ "At one time mental prob- bright colors. These will help to cord - in short, anything that lems and disorders were con- make the areas more stimul- could be used as a weapon. [or ale. Good cond sidered something to be ash- ating. "And there were main,- n Listed " amod of and to be hidden." Ms. "We also wanted to encoura- ance restrictions as well. Most  anks .... ShUli observed. "It was during age interaction among the pat- of the living spaces and areas ale: White steel bali his period that Weston was ients. Seating arrangements are repainted very often. So we and, 466- 4610. built. It has an institutional have a great deal to do with this. could not put adesign on walls --,T" - sPro"ram , look. It's not only a matter of clo- that would take a great deal of 2p "Now people realize that seness but also a matter of artistic care to maintain."  mental illness can he treated arranging chairs properly." We know that atmosphere is At a meeting held at the meeting to provid, impertantinthetreatnent, but on - Credit Sheraton Inn today, Small the Banks being cer it's not a panacea," she ex- .-- Business Administration new program. The.] ,, ginia Banks were jo plained. We have learned from announced that six West Vir- the work of psychologist Rob- ginia Banks are being certif- banks from the w tea  ert Summers that people do led under SBA's new Bank Pennsylvania that pick up cues from their envir- Certification Program The six attendance.. . .-------- f-. onment. M " " C banks are: Arthur J Glick, w. v,\\; ' "... YOU become so familiar 00,.inl- ourse Bank of Mount Hope, Mount for West Virglnla, #. ' Hope, West Virginia West Virginia is r' [.'' Spring Trials The nrst Runt00gton National certifiod b00ks fine record that ot_._ Bank, Huntington, West hanks have in assWRo Concord College and the nat- ritional information, and In- Virginia - l.an* called the To Be Held ura, food cooperative Food For formation on sprout growing, Kanawha Bank & Trust Co., business. .j.a,;;-, auea me Us, Inc. have announced a non- bread baking, meatless main N.A., Charleston, West Virginia Thenewprngram\\; credit mini-course on natural dishes, and tofu making. The The Lowndes Bank, Clarks. certified hanks to I,ar. food cooking. It will be taught at ingredients used are available burg, West Virginia er authority and re ' Holroyd Hall on the Concord in this area at the natural food The Parkersburg National in the five major stel The West Virginia Bird Dog College campus in Athens on cooperative Food For Us, Inc., Bank, Parkersburg, West Vir- loan making proce, ] '  ][ w Association, Inc. will hold their four consecutive Wednesday ev- which is located on Re. 20 one ginia items are : i| " gg. D {! Trials on May3and May enings, starting February 20 and a half miles north of the The ScourRy Bank of Hunt- Eligibility, Cr .- /- !- Spring 4, 1980, at Camp Shankiin from 7 to 8:30 p.m The fee will Pipestem State Park entrance, ington, Huntington, West Vir- iness, Loan CloMt' fIj][-r ms snl] Ferry, WV at Booze, WV. The he for the course, to cover the Registration will be handled ginia ion and Servicing  - alien Actions. drawing will he held in Princ- cost of food being nreuared and at class time. For more inform- . , , eten, WV at 9:00 p.m. on May 1, served to the artici ants ation call 384- 7667 or 384- 700,5. The meeting is a two. day |  . owing old can ha' -, P .... P. - " - "" ! A r citizens do hay 1980, at American Block Co. Tne course Will mcluoe nut- " |-ngthemarcafewu Inc., South 2nd Street. The " '" [Sand over. events to he run are as foil- " ' ' : Frtax pur oscs ot ows: Open Shooting Dog, Open [ $o on the day Pefore ot Derby, Open Puppy, Amateur . ,f t,can benefit in the y Puppy, Amateur Derby, Amat- -- -- -- .- - " e s On the last day o _ -_,,  ...... ' ,-T-- , ..- IIIllll--'-- t .i-' pe, if your 65t! eur Shooting Dog, Members  jaL,  .... III][H'-,"[/ .ryl. 1980,youca shooting dog. o' all of 1979. And b If any information is desir- [l ,Lf:'-'.,./lc:;l; k/, ..... Illlfl  |:. l e special and increi edkindly write or call C.E. Ball, ,mr v'LY"IIIII , " 1;: "o of ,o o,  BOX 472, Princeton, WV, or call ...... " ......... _ I ,,  -  lil Tone is whether or ' aFe 425-8158 or 425-3241. The St. Lawrence River Valley :s the moat dsnmly populated region in Canada. 6s n  deraltax return r,, ' u OVer do not haw a n Unlesstheirgross east $4 300 The 6 te, I/" only one s I  0, and if both mar [ i_ u is $7,400. Rem IRS Offers Tax Advice [r.!.eret'aintypesofi n ttree [  s, Is completely e Legal Notice for Disaster V:ctlms [.)!Uldneitherberepc ea adding up gross i ;|!e. SOCal Security, R NOTICE! | 'Ublic assistance work La this past summer, tornadoes and identifiable event. But if the ones from a you of it. A theft can also include it,the like.) '  C To the Creditors and Bone. hurricanes ravaged pans of our country, retaining wail fall out onc by one because of unlawful acts as kidnapping for ra ','i. ausethefilingre ficiares of the Estate of Irene leaving little but destruction behind. Natu're gradual erosion by the elements, while there eatortton, larceny, robbery, and embeieaSed a arger nu Harris Franklin has a way ofdoin that every now and then. surely i damage, thereis no castmlty for tax merit, but it is not limited to these  ti nave to file. Bth, ( All persons having claims Every day it seems some kind of disaster purposes. takes its toll somewhere in fires, storms, SomeareasoftheU.S. areveryoftenhard against the estate of the said shipwrecks, accidents, hit by natural disasters. When a natural Irene Franklin deceased, wheth The tolls can be costly. Some things can disaster occurs, the President maydetermine -er due or not, are notified to never be replaced or restored, and no dollar that these areas are eligible for Federal exhibit same, with the voucher value can be placed on them. But in many disaster assistance. When this happens, thereof, legally verified, to the cases where a loss is sustained, a definite taxpayers in the areas so apecified have a value can be determined, and when this is so. special tax option. They may deduct the loss undersigned, at his office, in the loss is usually allowable. This is true not in the year in which it occurred, or they may Hintnn, West Virignia, on or only in the case of natural disasters, but also elect to deduct their Imses in the preceding before the 7th day of June, 1980; in the case of thefts, ycarasifthey had occurred in that year. For who itemize deductions, that is, IC"l otherwise they may by law be Losses on business property, regardless of disasters other than those in a presidentially Folh- Persons who jus excluded from all benefits of the cause, are generallydeductible, but this is specified are& the loss mnst be deducted in Shedule A with the "long frm" , 3Selves as elderly. "I said estate. All beneficiaries of not true of nonbusiness or personal the ycar in whieh it occurred. Forexample, if 1040. s OWed and can a property, afamilyhadafireintheirhomeinJuly1979, To provide help in the correct mportir. 'fo ' said estate may appear on or Fora nonbusincsscnsualty, certain clearly theywoulddeductitontheiri979taxreturn, casualties, IRS has prepared Publirl'T  ' r single taxpa rtcd couples. before said date to examine defined conditions must exist. Acasualty is ButifshurricanehitinAuipat1979,cansing 547, "Tax Information on Disasi#_, ,, 11  claim this crcd t, said claims or otherwise pro- thc complete or partial destruetion or loss of thearcalobedeeiaredadisastcrareabythe Casnalty Losses, andThefts, Ittspart!h n o '  r a rcs:dcnt t their interest, property, which was the resuR of an President, taxplyers could deduct their larly helpful because, while very dctaJl %le income and sc Given under my hand this 5th identifiable event that was sudden, unex. losses on their 1979 tax return, or elect to all aspects of losses, it is arranged $o.hitklit ' is even available the sections wll,qt!.r 65, particularl peered, or unusual in nature, amend their 1978 return and deduct it as if it readers can elect only day of February, 1980. Damage in itself is not the criterion. Slow occurred in 1978. apply to them. J. lMierlck W. Sawyers and steady, progressive destruction is not a Deductions for losses, are allowed for This and over 90 other publications o'qfi/'remem'n, system inco Commissioner of Acceunts for casualty for tax purposes. For example, if theft, aho. The definition of theft is the subjects are available free from ocal l.lhere arc some limi Summers County, W.Va. sonic boom breaksallthedishesandeventbe unlawful mkins and removing of your offices o( by mail -- there' a handy or. r l,t doesn't work Feb. 12, 19, 26 windows, that's a sudden, unexpected, and moneyor property wtth the intent todeprive blank in the tax package. 1