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6--Hinton News Tues. Mar. 18, 1980 Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE On March 21, 1980 at 7:00 p.m. in the County Commission Room of the Summers County Courthouse, the Summers County Commission will con- duct a budget hearing on a proposed budget for the 1980- 81 fiscal year. The hearing is on revenue sharing and the  ntire budget. The public and especially senior citizens and handicapp- ed persons are invited to attend this budget hearing. The ('ormnission invites written or oral comments regarding the use of all revenue. Legal Notice WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGilWAYS NOTICE OF RELOCATION ASSISTANCE It is the intent of this Not- ice to inform all persons con- corned that the West Virginia Department of Highways has begun a long range highway construction program designed to provide first class trans- portation facilities so as to best serve the needs of the people and the economic needs of West Virginia. The road improvement which is about to be undertaken in the area from Station 1009 + 14. 85 to Station 1009 + 49.92, Pro- ject 1-64-4 (23) 132, Green SUl- Billy Joe Edwards, President phur Disctict, Summers Summers County County, West Virginia, consist- Commission , mg of approximately 3.8764 miles, is one of the specific and Legal Notice necessary links in the planned _ NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE highway system. • Pursuant to Section 46-9- 504 This specific link will cause of the West Virginia Uniform the necessary relocation of a Commercial Code the First portion of the Taylor Cemetery Nat- located on the property of Clara tonal Bank will sell at public L. Simmons. sale to the highest bidder on Anyone having knowldege of 3-24-80, at 10:00 A.M. on First decedents or relatives of dec- National Bank Parking Lot, edents, please contact this off ..... Hinton, West Virginia, the foil- ice at 103 North Court Street, , owing repossessed automobile: Lewisburg, West Virginia, 2490-. ,: 1,977 PLYMOUTH VOLARE or 24901 Monday through Fri- SER NO: HH29G7B190157 day, between the hours of 7:30 "['he sale of the above des- A.M and4:00P.M. Telephone: cribed automobile will be made (304) 645- 1301 or 645- 1302. WITHOUT WARRANTY', and Your help in the contacting of the Bank reserves the right (1) people concerned would be app- to bid at the public sale, (2) to reciated. reject bids at the public sale, Archie Brackens ,,: 'and (3) to continue such sale to any other time and place by announcement of such contin- dance at the time and place set forth herein. Tim automobile to be sold . may' be inspected 3-22-80, bet- ween 9:00 A.M. and noon on First National Bank Parking District Right of Way Agent West Virginia Department of Highways Mar. 11, 18, 25 Legal Notice CLASS I LEGAl, AD In Compliance with Chapter Lot, liinlon, West Vdrginia. 18, Article 5, Section 4, of the Dated at Hinton, West Vir- West Virginia code, the Suture- ginia, this 3-12-80. I,'IRST NATIONAL BANK Pat .lordon Assistam (:ashier Installment Loan Officer Mar. 18, 20 Legal Notice dILl)El{ OF PUBLICATION Circuit COURT OF Summ- ers COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA DANNY EARL PATTON Plaintiff v. SHARON KAY PATTON ( Defendant Civil Action No. 80-C-48. I. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce fromthe bonds ot matrimony.) 3. 'l'he object of this suit is to affirm a contract of marriage.) To the Above Named Def- endani: Sharon Kay Patton It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Sharon Kay Palton is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Sharon Kay Patton serve upon Robert J. Golcheski, Plaintiff's attor- ney. whose address is 1419 Main St., Princeton, W. Va. 24740, West Virginia, an answ- er. including any related coun- ter claim or defense you may  '. have to the complaint filed in this action on or before April 11, 'c 1980. If you fail to do so, :' thereafter judgment, upon pro- . per hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relif demanded in the complaint. . A copy of said complaint can .!:i?. be obtained from the under- ': signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said " Court March 11, 1980 Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT Mar. 18, 25, April 1 ers County Board of Education will make available to the public a preliminary budget docmnent for a period of ten (10) days, for their inspection, prior to a public hearing on March 25, 1980. The prelimin- ary budget document may be picked up at the Board of Education Offices, on Main Street, beginning March 14, 1980 through March 24, 1980. A public hearing will then be held on March 25, 1980 at 7:30 P.M for any person or persons des- iring the opportunity to speak or make a presentation to the Board of Education and to also submit any written documents regarding the preliminary bud- get they so desire. Mar. 18, 20 See the R.S.V.P. display in the Public Library. This is one of the activities going on during the Celebrates 5th Birthday ) "Rachel ilodges, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Randall Ilodges of Red Sulphur ceh;bratcd her 5th hi:'tbday Wednesday. She rec- eivvd gifts from family and friimds. Iter favorite birthday ˘.ak˘. ,.., made ;u,d det'Drated hs. hH' i.˘,(b.r. Itachlll is a granddaughter of Mr. Vernon Bowers of Ilinton i R.S.V.P. Recruitment for March. Photos by Sally Hayslette. Nita Meadows and June Connor. Lega[ Notice Shown is group that attend the first R.S.V.P. meeting. R.S.V.P. Holds Meeting The R.S.V.P. (ltired Senior Volunteers Program) held it's. scheduled meeting at the office on March 13th at 10:00 o' clock. The volunteers, braving tile March weather, assembled for the meeting. As they arrived they were presented shamrocks of green to pin on their lapel and then signed their name on .the reg- ister book. Everyone became acquaint- ed and the meeting began by welcoming the volunteers and presenting June Connor as assistant corrdinator of Summ- PUBLIC NOTICE On March 28, 1980 at 7:30 p.m. in the City Council Ch- ambers, the Hinton City Council will conduct a budget hearing on a proposedbudget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1980. The hearing is on Revenue Sharing and all other funds in the proposed 'budget. E,WrlMATED REVENUES ARE: General Fund 515,754. Revenue Sharing Fund 142,678. Coal Severence Tax 6,000. TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES 664,432. ESTIMATED ESPENDITURES ARE: GENERAL FUND: Personal Services 419,019. Contractural Services 52,591. Commodities 27,810. Contributions 4,667. Capital Outlay 11,667. TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES 515,754. COAL SEVERANCE 'TAX FUND: Contractural Services 5,585. Commodities 415. TOTAL COAL TAX FUND EXPENDITURES 6,000. REVENUE SHARING FUND: Personal Services 28,962. Contractural Services 59,683. Commodities 20,150. Contributions 2,500. Capital Outlay 31,383. TOTAL REVENUE SHARING EXPENDITURES 142,678. TOTAI ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES ALL FUNDS 664,432. The public and especiali senior citizens and handicapped persons are invited to attend this budget hearing. The Council invites written or oral comments regarding the use of all revenue. The proposed budget is available for public inspection at the city clerk's office Monday thru Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. .lanel I,. Itush ' Clerk-Recorder Mar. 18. ers County R.S.V.P. Routine business was carried on and plans were given a report of the many hours volunteered last year. Of about 45 volunteers in 1979 there was 13,942 hours volunteered and if you could count that by an hourly wage of $3.00 per hour, as of minumum wage for 1979 that would mean $41,826.00 in monthly value was contributed to the community. • Fifteen (15) new volunteers ,laye been. recruited since Aug- ust 1979, but a recruitment drive is on to add to this list. The goal is also to set up. new volunteer stations where vol- unteers may work. Certificates of hours, pins, membership cards and insurance cards were given to the volunteers. Sally Hayslette took pic- tures for Hinton News. Delicious refreshments were served to the following: Aub- rey Lilly, James Akers, Burl McKinney, William Fergnson, Edith Huffman. Gladys Taylor, Sarah L. Heath, Odessa Bow- man, June Connor and Nits Meadows. Vaccine Administered The State Health Department reports that 24,578 doses of in- fluenza vaccine were adminis- tered by the county health de- partments throughout West Vir- ginia from August, 1979 through January, 1980. The vaccine was earmarked for persons considered at high risk of complications from in- fluenza, including all persons 65 years of age and over and those under 65 with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes. According to, or kidney disease• According to the 1970 census, there are 188, 688 persons over 64 years of age in West Virginia, ranging from 569 in Wirt County to 22, 073 in Kanawha. Statewide, West Vir- ginia has 179,312 persons with chronic illnesses, for a total eligible population of 368,000. Each flu season, approxim- ately 73,600 of the high-risk individuals for persons over 64 receive influenza immunizat- ions from the private medical sector. The goal of the State Influenza Program was to imm- unize an additional 73,600 persons. The 24, 578 persons immunized by the county health departments to date represent 33 per cen of this uoal. The number of doses administeredl by individual counties ranged from one dose to 3,510 doses. The vaccine was available free of charge from the State ileaith Department's Hygienic Laboratory to all county heal- th departments. Private phys- icians and other health care providers could also obtain vac- cine through their county health departments, provided that it be used only for high-risk in- dividuals and persons 65 and over and that no charge be made for the vaccine. Accepts Positions With EcoThe, Underlining the important ed- ucational aspects of theater for today's youth, two noted schol- ars have recently accepted pos- itions on the Board of Direct- ors for EcoTheater, Summers County's grassroots theater program for area young people. Accepting positions on the Boa- rd were: Ancella R. Bickley Vice President for Administr- ation at West Virginia State College, and Professor Barbara Smith, Chairman of the Hmn- anities Division at Alderson- Broaddus College. A West Virginia native, Ms. Bickley graduated from Doug- lass High School in Hunting- ton and has studied at West Virginia State College tMagna Cure Laude graduate in Eng- lish), Marshall University and West Virginia University, wh- ere she attained a Doctorate degree in education• Before accepting her current position at West Virginia St- ate College, Ms. Bickley taught in several states as well as in Germany. Her writings on mat- ters concerning teaching and the arts have paved the way for major advances in the field of education for disadvantaged and minority youth. Ms. Bickley is a memberof the West Virginia Human Ri- ghts Commission, the West Vir- ginia Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Board of Directors at the Sunrise Museums in Ch- arleston, the Danforth Assoc- iate Program and acts as Co- Chairperson for a committee with the American Council o Education. In addition to her current work at West Virginia State, Ms. Bickley is writing a book entitled The History of the West Virginia State Teachers Assoc- iation: 1891- 1954. Professor Barbara Smith is a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native and the mother of three child- ren. She is a graduate of Carroll College, in Waukesha, Wiscon- sin, and the University of WiG- cons(n, where she earned her Masters Degree. Since accepting a position as Associate Professor of Litera- ture and Writing at Alderson- Broaddus College in 1960, she has been active in community and church affairs. Professor • Smith has served as a leader in the National Baptist Student Movement and is presently an active church school teacher at Philippi Baptist Church. She currently serves as Dir- ector ol the Barbour County Arts and Humanities Council, the Barbour County Writers Workshop, the Seuthern Appal- achian Writers Cooperative and the Appalachian Women Wiit- ers. She is a member of the West Virginia Writers Associa- tion, the Society for Techn- ical Communication Council on Programs nical and Scientific Smith ector of the Barbour University Extension and a number of positions. During recent ears, 40 of her articles, ies and a variety of tonal publications. On March 22-23, Sm- ith and Ms. Bickley, other Board attend a meeting at t men's Farm on for a review of this EcoTheater program. Notice Of Public Hearing The City of Hinton will conduct a publ hearing at 7.00 P. M. Thursday, March 1980 in the Hinton City Hall. The of this meeting is tO receive citizens' comments on Hinton's proposed three community development application to submitted to the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on April 2, 1980. Information concerning activities proposed for each year, the Housing Assistance Plan, and program guidelines will be presented. The first public meeting will be held at hOOP. Monday, March 17, 1980. Interested citizens are Urged to ONCE-A-YEAR LO00W PRIGES ON FAMOUS GL INTERIOR LATEX PAINTS ONLY Glidden Gallon Reg. 59.95 Glidden No. 3400 FAMOUS Latex Flat Wall Paint '0 Beautiful flat finish • Scrubs clean, stays colorfast • * Easy water clean-up ONLY NO. 3700 Glidden BEST Latex Semi-Gloss Enamel • Resists dirt, grease, moisture • Applies easily, dries quickly Easy water clean-up Gal. TAZllW|LL. VA. WIELCH. W.VA. IILU|FI|LD, VA. COVINGTON, VA. GRUNDY, VA. 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