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4B-Hinton New, Wed. Apr. 7, 1982 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL, NOTICE I RUM 1 ,000,.ic o, P. O. Box 8427 113 North Street • , So. Charleston, WV 25303 P.O. Box Iiii rea/izing the worth | • . City National Bank of Charleston Ripley,  25271 of your possessionsJ . 3601 MacCorkle Avenue, SE First National Bank of West NOTIC E is hereby given that Appalachian Power Company, a public utility, has filed with the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, a tariff containing increased rates, tolls and charges for furnishing electric service to 375,738 customers at various municipalities, towns and rural areas in the Counties of Boone, Cabell, Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, McDowell, Mercer, Mingo, Monroe, Nicholas, Putnam, Raleigh, Roans, Summers, Wayne and Wyoming. The proposed increased rates and charges will become effective May I0, 1982 unless otherwise ordered by the Public Service Commission and will produce approximately k $66,397,953 annually in additional revenue over the revenues produced by Commission approved rates in effect March 31, 1982. The rates in effect on March 31, 1982 include an increment designed to recover over the period January 15, 1982 to September 30, 1982, past underrecovery of certain coal costs. Excluding such increment, the proposed increased rates and charges will produce approximately $88,182,160 annually in additional revenue over "the revenues produced by rates in effect on March 31, 1982. The $66,397,953 in additional revenuewould result in an increase of 14.2%. The $88,182,160 in additional revenue would result in an increase of 19.7%. The average monthly bill for the various classes of customers will be changed as follows: $ Increase $ Increase Increase % Increase % Based Upon Based Upon Based Upon Based Upon ". - $66f397€953 $88f182f160 $66t397f953 $88r182r160 Residential $ 6.35 $ 7.88 16.8 % 21.7 % emmercial $ 183.73 $ 243.97 12.1 % 16.7 % • Industrial $4617.88 $7068.98 i0.0 % 16.1 % A complete copy of this tariff, as well as a representative of the Company to provide any information requested concerning it, is available to all customers, prospective customers or their agents at any of the following offices of the Company: Appalachian Power Company 306 Kanawha Street, South Beckley, WV 25801 Appalachain Power Company 305 Main Street Oak Hill, WV 25901 Appalachian Power Company 507 Main Street Rainelle, WV 25962 Appalachian Power Company 704 Bland Street Bluefield, WV 24701 Appalachian Power Company Route i0 Pineville, WV 24874 Appalachian PowerCompany 108 South Walker Street Princeton, WV 24740 Appalachian Power Company 85 Wyoming Street Welch, WV 24801 Appalachian Power Company 301 Virginia Street, East Charleston, WV 25327 Appalachian Power Company 706 Third Avenue Montgomery, WV 25136 Appalachian Power Company 620 Sixth Avenue St. Albans, WV 25177 Appalachian Power Company 1125 Sixth Avenue Huntington, WV 25719 Appalachian Power Company 1046 Pike Street Milton, WV '25541 Appalachian Power Company 1406 Jefferson Boulevard Point Pleasant, WV 25550 Appalachian Power Company 420 Main Street Logan, WV 25601 Appalachian Power Company 557 Main Street Madison, WV 25130 Appalachian Power Company 212 East Second Avenue Williamson,.WV 25661 A complete copy of this tariff is available to all customers, prospective customers, or their agents at any of the following collection agencies of the Company: Cooks Department Store, Inc. Fayetteville, WV 25840 First State Bank & Trust P. O. Box 785 Rainelle, WV 25962 Montgomery Ward Raleigh Mall Beckley, VN 25801 t G. C. Murphy Co. 218 Main Street • Beckley, WV 25801 • National Bank of Ansted P. O. Box 338 " Ansted, WV 25812 ' New River Banking & . Trust Company Oak Hill, WV 25901 '-- " Sears, Roebuck & Company ' Route 16 "•. Mt. Hope, WV 25880 "Town of Whitesville "- 429 Boone Street East ".. Whitesville, WV 25209 ..... Bank of Athens Athens, WV 24712 Bank of Greenville -::.iGreenville, WV 24945 Commercial Bank of Bluefield P. O. BOX 268 Bluefield, WV 24701 First Clark National Bank of Northfork Northfork, WV 24868 First National Bank of Peterstown Peterstown, WV 24963 First National Bank P. O. Box 1559 Bluefield, WV 24701 Flat Top National Bank 211 Federal Street Bluefield, WV 24701 J & J Jewelers Barger Avenue Matoaka, WV 24736 Jimmy's Super Market Roderfield, WV 24881 Painter Furniture Co. Keystone, WV 24852 Peoples Bank of Bluewell P. O. Box 3068 Bluewell, WV 24701 Princeton Bank & Trust Co. Princeton, WV 24740 Valley Bank & Trust of Green Valley • Bluefield, WV 24701 i Bank of St. Albans 200 Main Street St. Albans, WV 25177 . : Bradshaw Hardware & Furniture :-: Box 86 . . Bradshaw, WV 24817 " "Collins, Helen E. Bramwel i, WV 24715 charleston, WV 25304 Classic Shoe Store llth Street & Myers Ave. Dunbar, WV 25064 Clendenin Pharmacy Main & Maywood Streets Clendenin, WV 25045 Elk National Bank Big Chimney, WV 25302 Kanawha Valley Bank P. O. Box 1793 Charleston, WV 25326 Marmet Pharmacy 9203 MacCorkle Ave. Marmet, WV 25315 Medicare Rental Supply, Inc. 4963 McCorkle Avenue South Charleston, WV 25309 City of Nitro - City Hall Second Ave. & 20th Street Nitro, WV 25143 Poca Valley Bank Walton, WV 25286 Rose Shopping Center, Inc. Route 7, Box 322 So. Charleston, WV 25309 Sears, Roebuck & Co. 200 East Kanawha Boulevard Charleston, WV 25301 Wilshires Self-Service Market Chelyan, WV 25041 Bank of Ripley 108 North Church Street P. O. Box 191 Ripley, WV 25271 Buffalo Shopping Center P. O. Box 158 Buffalo, WV 25033 Cumminghams Drug Store 1401 Adams Ave. Huntington, WV 25704 Eleanor Super Market P. O. Box 157 Eleanor, WV 25070 Hamlin Sheridan Street P. O. Box 219 West Hamlin, WV 25571 First State Bank of Barboursville 650 Main Street Barboursville, WV 25504 Flair, Inc. P. O. Box 108 Kenova, WV 25530 Hamlin Foodland J & J Foods, Inc. P. O. Box 608 Route 3 Hamlin, WV 25523 Heritage National Bank 2883 Fifth Avenue Huntington, WV 27502 Highlawn Pharmacy, Inc. 2585 Third Ave. Huntington, WV 25703 Huntington Federal Savings & Loa Association U. S. Route 60E - Irvin Road P. O. Box 239 Huntington, WV 25707 Huntington Trust & Savings Bank 1050 Fourth Ave. P. O. Box 2087 Huntington, WV 25701 Jackson County Bank Washington Street P. O. Box 20 Ravenswood, WV 26164 Mason County Bank East Fifth Street New Haven, WV 25265 Murphy's Drug Store 201 Main Street - Guyandotte Huntington, WV 25702 Sears, Roebuck & Co. i00 Huntington Mall Barboursville, WV 25504 Wayne County Bank 708 Hendricks Street P. O. Box 278 Wayne, WV 25570 Farmers Federal Savings and Loan Association 2755 1/2 Main Street Hurricane, WV 25526 Fizst Huntington National Bank 1000 Fifth Ave Huntington, WV 25701 First National Bank of Ceredo U. S. Route 60 at West 2nd St. Ceredo, WV 25507 First National Bank 202 East Main Street P. O. Box 689 Louisa, KY 41230 (Agency for Fort Gay, WV) Browning Furniture & Appliance Company Chapmanville, WV 25508 Caplan's of Matewan Matewan, WV 25678 Cook's, Inc, Mountain Mart Village Man, WV 25635 Man Clothing & Jewelry Co. 209 Main Street Man, WV 25635 Western Auto Annex 144 Mingo Ave. Kermit, WV 25674 A copy of this tariff is also available for public inspection at ,:he Offices of the Secretary of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS- SION at the Capitol. Anyone desiring to protest the increased rats and charges contained in this tariff should do so, in writing, at least five (5) days prior to the effective date, May 10, 1982. All protests should briefly state the reason for the protest and should be addressed to The Secretary, Public Service Com- mission of West Virginia, Charleston, West Virginia 25305. APPALACHIAN PER COMPANY John W. Vaughan President L! €:iVq00l ' I I I=' l''r' ',,i ' WHAT INTHE WORLD IS A CONCIERGE? Less frequent or seasoned in their praise of the service. travelers who've stayed at a They generally tend to be travelers who've experienced first class hotel in recent "? pleasure in getting some- years may have noticed a new desk or section in the thing done by a concierge check-in area of the lobby• or hall porter in Europe A sign simply said "Con- and who missed the service eierge" and the guest never in American hotels." availed himself or herself What can you reasonably of the services provided by ask a concierge to do? this unique individual be- First, forget the word "rea- cause he or she didn't sonable." As long as the know what such a person request is legal, you can did. pretty well ask them to do That's unfortunate, be- ,anything: reservations at a cause the individual called top restaurant, tours of the city, the location of special concierge upholds a long Carl Ls Rose is one of shops, tickets to a show, and honorable tradition of three concierges st The rental of a limousine, find providing those services aim- Westin Gellerie in Houston. ing a locksmith, what's the ply unavailable elsewhere. Knowing what e concierge easiest way to get from They've been called by dif- does can help you have e point "A" to point "B", ferent names, "hall porters" better time and may even where to get a letter trans- being the most common, but the job has been the save you money, lated, how to get your same: do the impossible for luggage repaired (or your the guest. But the orientation is the shoes or eyeglasses or cal- The word is pronounced same, no matter who the culator), where a good den- kon' (French nasal "n") concmrge is: if one of the tist is, how to get a baby- syerzh (soft "j"). It comes guests needs something sitter. And on and on. from the Latin, conserus, done, do it. The intent of And how do you reward meaning "fellow slave," be- the concierge is to serve, them for the service? Tip lieve it or not. But it is ethically and honorably, the them what you think is fair more in the tradition of a clientele of his or her hotel, based on the difficulty of household 'slave: a trusted, A number of American the service requested. Their knowledgeable part of the hotels have borrowed from hand is not out for a gratui- Roman noble family. Like the European tradition and ty, it is out in the name of a buffer or a valet. It was established concierges as service and friendship. And f'st Used to describe some- part of the regular hotel once you get to know them, thing like its present mean- staff, seattle-based Westin they'll remember your name, ing in the 12th century. Hotels, for example, has your special needs, what The concierge kept track of concierges in most of its kind of room you like, titles of distinguished vial- 55 hotels world wide, rang- where you like to travel tots and then, later, took ing from The Westin Hotel, and most everything you'd over maintenance of the Chicago to The Westin Ben- expect of a person whose royal palace, son in Portland, Oregon. tradition comes from doing Today, in its present The experience of the com- the impossible -- every day. form, the duties of a c0n- pany has been gratifying. The next time you're in cierge may run the gamut Alan Harrison, of the a strange city and staying depending on ability and Rooms Division at the corn- at a good hotel, look for at -- from provid- pany's headquarters in Seat- the concierge and when you ing maps, information and tie, says, "Those of our have a need, just ask. The directions to getting a ticket hotels who've tried it. have concierge will do the rest, or two to a sold-out show. found guests unanimous gratefully and efficiently• Growing Government By Dexter D. MacBride, ASA Executive Vice President A mericanSocietyofAppraisers One of the most important aspects of the U.S. real estate industry is the confidence which investors place in the Market Place value system. The purchase of homes and farms, the acquisition of businesses, are based on mar- ket value agreements. In most instances, these transactions involve "financ- ing." Funds are borrowed to complete purchases. Apprai- sals are generally required by the money lenders to evaluate loan security. The appraisal is, therefore, a key element in the entire real estate chain. It is essential that the appraisal be objective. It is equally essential the appraiser is experienced, skilled, educated, professional. According to the College of Fellows of the American Society of Appraisers, the real estate chain is being seriously weakened by "in- direct licensing" of appraisers. The public and the real estate profession are being impru- dently served by these govern- ment controls. Licensing of real estate brokers]salesmen by the state Control Of Appraising is' well known and accepted. Most state laws define "real estate broker" as one who lists, sells, purchases, ex- changes, rents, leases, auctions real estate for a fee. However, some 25% of the states add appraising to the definition, thereby imposing brokers/ salesmen licensing criteria upon this latter group. Stressing the differences in brokerage and appraising, and differences in educational and experience backgrounds of the two groups, the ASA College illustrates the problem in Florida (which indirectly licenses appraisers). "There are fewer than 1,500 pro- fessional appraisers in Florida who have been tested/desig- nated by the major profes- sional appraisal societies," states the College. However, "more than 147,000 real estate people are 'qualified' under the Florida Real Estate License Law to make apprai- sals of real estate." The " conclusion of the College: Enforced regulation of professional appraisers through indirect licensing does not protect the public. No one gains protection from a law which confuses brokerage with the very different nature of appraisal. "Pajama Tops" To Be Presented J ;on" t Greenbrier Valley Theatre announces auditions for " Paj- ama Tops" to be held at the Fort Savannah Inn in Lewis- burg, Wednesday, April 7th at 7:00 PM. Also to be consid- ered are performers for the summer season of " The King and I", " Everybody Loves Opal", and " Life with Father In the ensuing months of April through August, Greenb- rier Valley Theatre will be looking for area volunteers who have an interest in acting and all aspects of backstage work. To help area volunteers have a comprehensive idea of the joys of theatre, GVT will h01d a workshop April 17th and 18th from 2: 00 to 4: 00 PM at the Fort Savannah Inn. The current production of " I Never Sang For My Father " will be finishing its run this weekend, April 9th and 10th. For reservations or additional information call 645 - 3838 or 645 - 3055. Hospital Notes Suulmers Cou.ty ilospital Marcl123. 1982 AdmiIled: J,,hn Cooper, Ath- ens: Arcenia East,m, Nellie While, James Terry, Martha Reed. Tony Blackburn, Linda Wilson• Geraldine Grant, Keilh B,mds, all of Hinton; Arn.ld Adkins, Aileen Browning, b,)lh of Alderson: Jennings Rodes, SI. Albans- Susie Bragg, Sh- ady Spring: Susan Williams, Stuarl, Va.: Delphia Cales, Sandshme:"Samuel Meador, Pi- peslem; a:,d Thelma Shanks. Wayside. l)ismissed: Paul (.;,,re, F,r- esl Hill; Leslie Martin, ()cie Vass, Fred Williams, Meredith Williams, Shannon Wood, I)a- nny Meador. Eleanor Mann, t'atricia Harris, all ,ff Hinton: D,,rothy Reynolds, Green Sul- phur; Elhel Taylor, Cool Rid- ge. Attend Conference Some 400 students attended the annual Southern Seclional Leadership Conference of the Future Business Leaders of Am- erica held this pasl weekend at Bluefield State College. The ev- ent included competilion in var- ious business areas in addit- ion Io other aclivities. First place wirmers in the contest from the Hinton area were : Susan Bennett, Summers Co.- unty Career Center ( Data Processing), Sylvia Mathews, Summers County Career Cent- er ( Extemporaneous Speaking Debbie Meador, Summers . County Career Center ( Clerk Typist IlL Elizabeth Gunler. Summers County Ca'reef Cent. er i Office Procedures). Tim O' Dell of Raleigh Co- • unly Vocalional - Technical Center was chosen Mr. FBLA, and Susan Elaine Toombs of Plaleau was named Ms. FBLA. Janie Selient of Nicholas Co- unty High was elected sec- tional president. The event was hosted by the college's division of business. Help, Your Heart00 i:00Amefican Head IFAss°ciati°n I Benefits of Exercise If you are one of the many Americans who recently started exercising -- or even if you are only considering it -- you probably want to know what the experts now say about the benefits of exercise. Physical activity may pro- tect you against coronary heart disease and may improve your likelihood of surviving a heart attack, the American HQaart Association's Subcom- mittee on Exercise and Cardiac Rehabilitation said in a report published recently in Circulation, one of the AHA's journals. And exercise may help people control their cigarette smoking, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, diabetes, obesity and emo- tional stress -- all of which are factors that may increase the risk of developing coro- nary heart disease, said the committee, which includes some of the top exercise experts in the United States. In its report, the AHA committee cited studies which suggest that men working in physically demanding jobs or performing strenuous recrea- tional activities have less coronary heart disease du.ring middle age. When present, inactive men. However, because it is so difficult to carry out human studies in which all the factors that may increase the risk of coronary heart disease are strictly controlled over many years, no conclusive and unquestionable evidence has been reported so far to confirm whether exercise either prevents or retards the development of the disease, the committee said. More research must be done to answer this and other ques- tions about the effects of exercise. Help your hearty The committee encore'aged indi- viduals of all ages to develop a physically active lifestyle. It recommended walking, hiking, stair climbing, jogging, running, bicycling, swimmin8 and other active sported' Exercise is most effectivf:-. when it is performed 30 minutes, per session on an every-other-day schedule. Check with your doctor if you plan to start an exercise program, especially if your lifestyle has been sedentary. The doctor can help you find an exercise program that suits your needs and your physical condition• You may coronary heart disease appears be given an exercise tolermwe later In life In physically "Clil/l'l"tq active men than in physically potential hazards. , . .• .