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8-H[nton News Th&apos;urs. Apr. 26, 1979 Legal Notice Legal Notice Meeting Held At Bartgis [ome .......... NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE The United Methodist of the ..M0tmt Pisgah Church held it's April meeting at the home of Mrs. Pearl Bartgis. Co- host- eu were: Mrs. Jo Hedrick and Mrs. Thelma Williams. Meeting called to order by the Pres- ident, Mrs. Myrtle Bryant and was opened with the Purpose by the group. Spiritual Growth leader Mrs. Vella Comer and Mrs. Edith Jarrell had the devotions. Scripture Matt. 28 chapter 1- 10 "verses- Vella Comer. Reading- "The Cross" by Edith Jarrell and prayer by Nola Lilly. Business- Routine business- Minutes read- roll call answer- ed with Bible verse. Dues and flower fund collected. Two cards signed for sick and shut- in. The Society voted to serve breakfast in the fellowship hall of the Mt. Pisgah Church May 10 to the Bishop of Minister of the District Meet at Pickway May I0 at 2 o'clock with the Bishop guest speaker. Spring District Meeting at Marlington May 9 at 9 o'clock. The society voted to give a donation to a student in Kenya Africa. Thelma Cales presented the program. Song- "He Lives" by the group. Reading- "Our Sav- ior Lives" by Thelma Cales. Benedication by the group. Refreshments served to: Mrs. Pat Miller, Mrs. Annice Darner- on, Mrs. Thelma Cales, Mrs. Glenna Boone, Mrs. Edith Jar- rell, Mrs. Vella Comer, Mrs. Jean Pack, Mrs. Ima Jean Huffman, Mrs. Ocie Dillion, Mrs. Zelma Den Mann, Miss Alice Boone, hostess- Mrs. Pearl Bartgis and Mr. Jo Hed- rick. Guest: Mrs. Barbara Hall- Deleware; Amy Miller, Sarah Miller, and Michael Pack. District Meeting Held The Second District meeting of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge F & A.M. Inc., was held in Hinton, West Virginia, on Sun- day, April 22, 1979. Wiley Lodge No. $ served as host to the meeting. Presiding over the activities was James Arnold, Deputy of the Second District, Beckley, West Virginia. Deputy Arnold discused the obligations of mas- oni and the need to become involved in all aspecting comm- unity life so that their work can be seen and felt. He emphas- ized the need for each lodge to develop a basic program that will meet the needs of the membership and will keep them active. Five lodges compose the Sec- To Preside end District. King Hiram Lodge No. 7, Lewisburg, King Hiram Abiff Lodge No. 25, Beckley, Just Rite Lodge No. 27, Harl- em Heights, Bosz Lodge No. 30, Alderson, and Wiley's Lodge No. 8, Hinton. The purpose of the meeting was to plan the spring and summer program for the Sec- ond District Lodge, which in- cluded the Et John's Day Pro- gram scheduled for June 24, and the Annual Lodge Picnic, set for July 20. Members in attendance were: Lewis A. Matley Jr., Leon A. Trigg, Romano L. Hairston, Caries J. Fields, Forrest K. Henry, Dometrue C. Woodson, R.J. Thomas, James Dillard, Ramond Whillon, Leon Henry, To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ARRINGTON, deceased. All persons having claims against the Estate of the said William Augustus Arriugtbn, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the Voucher thereof, legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Hin- ton, West Virginia, on or be- fore September 14,1979, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand this the 16th day of April, 1979. David L. Parmer Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- ginia James E. Blanks, and James Apr. 19, 26, May 3 Arnold, all of King Hiram Abiss No. 25, Beckley Lodge; Charles Smallwood, Charles Nelson, Sr., Legal Notice Grover Norris, Charles Nelson, f Jr., all of Just Rite No. 27, Harlem Height Lodge; Nath- NOTICE TOPUBLIC OF aniel Johnson, Norman L. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF Crump, Abraham Crawford, FUNDS and Howard Crump, all of King Hiram, No. 7, Lewisburg Governor's Office- Housing Div- Lodge, Earl M. Freeman, Bo22 ision No. 30, Alderson; 2002 Quarrier Street Walter J. Carter, Eugene Mit- Charleston, WV 25.305 chell, F.A. Woods, D.H. Stand- (304) 348- 0370 ard, James Standard, James Gore, Henry Kinley, Rev. Billy TO ALL INTERESTED Galloway, Neal Smith, William AGENCIES, GROUPS AND Ferg'uson, and Clarence Ander- PERSONS: son, all of Wiley's Lodge, No. 8, Hinton. On or about May 8, 1979 the State of West Virginia will request the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment to release Federal funds. under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 ( Pi- 93- 383) for the following project: At Conference Krist Stokes Miss Kristi Stokes, president of the West Virginia Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, will preside at the twenty-fifth annual FBLA state Conference which will be held at Glenville State College on Sat. urday, April 28. In addition to the annual business meeting, twenty- five various competitions will be held. This will be followed by the election of new state off- lcers. Special quest will be the National Secretary. Miss Stokes represents the Summers County Coree Center Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Stokes of Oak Street. The Summers County Career Center Chapter is running T.J. Humphreys, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Humphreys for state FBLA treasurer. The Future Business Leaders of America is the largest youth organization in America. There are over 2,030 FBLA members in the state of West Virginia. Personal Nellie P. Petrey has been dismissed from Beckley Hospital. She is in much im- proved condition. Birth Born to Mr. and Mrs. Greg Allen of EIPaso, Texas on April 20, a son Jakrie Mark. He is the grandson of Mrs. Ona Thomas of 4th Ave. Hinton. Hospital Note Summers County Hospital April 20, 1979 Admitted: Amy Lemon, Ryan McGuire, Deloris Ballengee, James Vandall, all of Hinton; Darrell Simms, Wayman Adk- ins, both of Rainelle; Thelma Beheler, Premier, W. Vs. Dismissed: Lillie Bradbury, Nellie Wickline, Brosky Rich- mond, Samuel Gill, Alice Hann- ah, Patrick Stennett, all of Hlnton; David Huffman, Tal- eott; Renne Mcgraw, True; Beulah Burns, Meadow Bridge; and Jeaoette Martin, Shady Springs. MR. ARNOLD LODGE MEMBERS Photos by Sally Hayslette ViA NEWS Invitations to use free Vet- erans Administration educat- ional and vocational counseling are being mailed to thousands "of eligible Vietnam Era vet- erans in West Virginia, VA regional director Sam A. Tiano said today. The invitation takes the form of a new brochure and applic- ation which describe available counseling and enable the vet- eran to arrange an interview. "VA counselors can help vet- erans make informed career, job or school choices and plans, " Tiano said. "More import- ant, these professionals can help the veteran solve problems associated with choosing and achieving his goals." All VA offices have been stocked with the brochures ahd supplies have been distributed to veterans service organizat- ions. Those special efforts to en- courage veterans to ask for counseling are a component of "operation Boost" VA's nat- ional awareness program to alert Vietnam Era veterans to unused GI Bill education and training benefits. In general, veterans have ten years from their date of dis- charge to use GI Bill education and training benefits, including this special counseling service. Veterans doe not have to apply for training, however, to receive counseling. VA counselors will help vet- erans identify their interests and best abilities, and to select and make plans for suitable career goals. Counselors will provide specific information based on their knowledge of available training programs, employment opportunities and financial aid or other resources. While there is no charge for VA counseling, the veteran must pay his or her own trans- portation costs, if any. 'Piano said the agency "will do its best to minimize that cost by sch- eduling an appointment as near the veteran's home as possible .,, The new brochure and full informaiton on VA's vocational- educational counseling pro- gram can be obtained from the nearest VA office or form nat- ional veterans organizations. Jumping Branch- Nimitz PSD Water Line Extension on Leath- erwood Road Summers County, West Virginia $25,000 An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by the State of West Virginia which documents the environmental review of the project. This Environmental Review Record is on file at the above add- tess and is available for public examinaiton and copying, upon request. The State of West Virginia will undertake the project des- cribed above with Block Grant funds from the U.S. Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), under Title I of the Housing and Community Dvelopment Act of 1974. The State of West Vir- ginia is certifying to HUD that the State and C. Joe Mnllen in his official capacity as Director of the Governor's Office of Economic and Community Dev- elopment consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal courts ff an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relat- ion to environmental reviews, decisionmaking, and action, and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon its approval, the State of West Virginia may use the Block Grant funds, and HUD will have satisified its respon- sibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. HUD will accept an ob- jection to its approval of the release of funds and accept- ance of the certification only ff it is on one of the following bases: (a) That the certificat- ion was not in fact executed by the chief executive officer or other officer of applicant app- roved by HUD; or (b) that applicant's environmental re- view record for the project indicates omission of a required decision, finding, or step app- licable to the project in the environmental review process. Objections must be prepared and surnbitted in accordance with the required procedure ( 24 CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD at Pitts- burgh Area Office, Two Allegh- ,ency Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Objections to the re- lease of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by HUD. No objection received after May 24, 1979 will be considered by HUD. C. Joe Mullen, Director Governor's Office of Economic and Community Development Capitol Complex Charleston, WV 25305 Apr. 28 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that Bryan W. Ryan, Jr., a res- ident of Summers County, West Virignia, whose occupation is that of a railroad engineer, will make application to Honorable Charles M. Lobban Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers Co- unty, West Virginia, at the Court House of Summers County, at Hinton, West Virginia, on the 1st day of may, 1979, or as soon thereafter as he may be heard, for authority to obtain a state license to carry about his person a pistol or revolver, pursuant to the pro- visions of West Virginia Code, Chapter 61, Article 7, Section 2, and the amendments thereto, in all counties of the State of West Virginia named in said petition. Given under my hand this 14th day of April, 1979. BRYAN W. RYAN JR. By Counsel David L. Parmer Attorney for petitioner P.O. Box 39 Hinton, WV 25951 Apr. 19, 28 Legal-Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIR- INGIA MOGENE BRAGG, et als Plaintiff v. RONALD TENCH, et als Defendant Civ- il Action No. 79-C-28. 1. (.The object of this suit is to declare the will of Roy F. Ward invalid and of no force and effect. ..To the Above Named De- fant: It appearing Iy affidavit filed in this action that Ronald Teticl 1 is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Ronald Tench serve upon David L. Parmer, Plaintiff's attorney, whose add- ress is P.O. BOx 39, Hinton, West Virginia, an answer, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before March 29, 1979. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon pro- per hearing and trial, may be taken agait you for the re- lief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court February 27, 1979. Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT Ap/'.l'9, 28, & May 3 Legal-Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA RE: PETITION OF LAKIE FRANCES GILL FOR THE ADOPTION OF HEATHER MICHELLE GILL AND SHELLY HENEE GILL.. IN- FANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ROGER MCKINNEY, the named father of the child, Hea- ther Michelle Gill TO: ANDREW JOHNSON, the named father of the child, Shel- ly Renee Gill Or anyone else claiming to be the father of the said children. The object of the above en- titled action is the adoption of the children, Heather Michelle Gill and Shelly Renee Gill, by the Petitioner, Lakie Frances Gill. And it appearing by an affi- davit filed in this action that Roger McKinney is the father of the above named child, Heather Michelle Gill, and that his ad- dress is unknown; and it ap- peariug by an affidavit filed in this action that Andrew Johnson is the father of the above named child, Shelly Renee Gill, and that his address is unknown. It is ordered that Roger Mc- Kinney and Andrew Johnson, do serve upon David L. Parmer, petitioner's attorney, whose ad- dress is P.O. Box 39, Hintun, West Virginia, an answer or other defense to the petition filed in this action on or before April 13, 1979, other wise the relief sought in the Petition may be granted to the Petitioner, the parental rights of the father terminated and the said Hea- ther Michelie Gill and Shelly Renee Gill may be adopted by the Petitioner. Entered by the Clerk of the Court of Summers County, West Virginia, this 13th day of March, 1979. Edith M. Meador Clerk of the Circuit Court Summers County Apr..19 & 28 00Legal Notice APPENDIXA The Public Service Commission of West Virginia has scheduled a public hearing on the following requests for increased rates to be held at the Commission's Hearin Room at the Cavitol in the City of Charleston commencing on Monday, May 14, 1979, and continuing until concluded, at 9:30 a.m., EDST: Huntington Water Corporation West Virginia Water Company (Kanawha Valley District) West Virginia Water Company . (Bluefield District) West Virginia Water Company (Cassawa' District) West Virginia Water Company (Hamlin District) West Virginia Water Company (Hinton District) West Virginia Water Company (Montgomery Dis trict ) West Virginia Water Company (Madison District) West Virginia Water Company (Oak Hill District) West Virginia Water Company (Princeton District) West Virginia Water Company (Sutton District ) West %/irginia Water Company (Webster Springs District) West Virginia Water Company (Weston District) Dollar Percent Increase Increase -. $ 972,135 22.82 per cent $2,385,160 19.49 per cent $ 337,616 45.89 per cent $ 30, 045 30.45 per cent $ 45,997 39.14 per cent $ 56,143 25.74percent $ 60,009 22.29 per cent $ 60,646 23.18percent $ 160, 214 24.89 per cent $ 227,615 27.18percent $ 24,438 24.62 per cent $ 72,585 65.64 per cent $101,663 24.24 per cent Any person affected by these changes has a right to protest or to be heard as to why the changes should not be allowed, either wholly or in part. Anyone desiring to protest the changed rates and charges may do so in writing, within ten (10) days of the date of publication of this notice or at the May 14, 1979 hearing. All protests should be addressed to The Secretary, Public Service Commission of West Virignia, Charleston, West Virginia 25305. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA Howard M. Cunningham Executive Secretary Apr. 19, 26 Baked Beans were mentioned for the first time in Mrs. S. M. Child's "The Frugal Housewife" in 1829. ATTENTION! Vickie Gill- Tom Fitzsimmons Bill Lowry Robin Mazzella Roberta Wheeler Rita Bennett Geneva (ox Lee Ann Johnson Judy Gore Talcott High School Susalt Monroe Kalen HeRon Shirley Bragg Peggy Greer Theodore Sembly Ronnie Ward Blankenship Basil Petrey Frankie Lively Bonnie Massie Janice Coughnour Robin Spencer Jewell Bragg Teresa Bragg Mrs. Howard Deaver Tammy Ratliff Bonnie Hinton Charles Robinson Margaret Carter Melinda Williams Cathy Chitester Patricia Patrick Mrs. Bradberry Sharon Hannah Bernie Neal Lisa Massie and Lois Smith .Pictures you have ed printed at the Daily News are read pickup. Many of the are marked "no charge" ! "paid." .Many of the photos ure cheerleaders, m ettes, awards, class tures, etc. and would wonderful for memory bums. If you believe photo is among these, are urged to come and check, as most of photos are at least one old. Notice! The Sheriff's Tax Department will be closed May l thru May 1 for preparation of 1978 D tinq Lists. Will reopen May 16. Bob J. Mai[dy Sheriff of Summers Coianty 00HDUBE PAINT r I Gallon Reg. $13,99 SAVE $S, oo Glidden's Best Latex Flat House Paint Quick drying, durable flat finish Resists blisters, peeling, cracking Easy water clean-up Gallon Reg. $14,99 SAVE O0 611dden's Best Latex Gloss qa House and Trim Paint Chalk resistant, glossy finish Quick drying, easy to vse Easy water clean-up t Whhe & Ready Mixed Colors Only" F & R Supply Inc. Hinton, W. Va. Phone: 466- 1252 8-H[nton News Th'urs. Apr. 26, 1979 Legal Notice Legal Notice Meeting Held At Bartgis [ome .......... NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE The United Methodist of the ..M0tmt Pisgah Church held it's April meeting at the home of Mrs. Pearl Bartgis. Co- host- eu were: Mrs. Jo Hedrick and Mrs. Thelma Williams. Meeting called to order by the Pres- ident, Mrs. Myrtle Bryant and was opened with the Purpose by the group. Spiritual Growth leader Mrs. Vella Comer and Mrs. Edith Jarrell had the devotions. Scripture Matt. 28 chapter 1- 10 "verses- Vella Comer. Reading- "The Cross" by Edith Jarrell and prayer by Nola Lilly. Business- Routine business- Minutes read- roll call answer- ed with Bible verse. Dues and flower fund collected. Two cards signed for sick and shut- in. The Society voted to serve breakfast in the fellowship hall of the Mt. Pisgah Church May 10 to the Bishop of Minister of the District Meet at Pickway May I0 at 2 o'clock with the Bishop guest speaker. Spring District Meeting at Marlington May 9 at 9 o'clock. The society voted to give a donation to a student in Kenya Africa. Thelma Cales presented the program. Song- "He Lives" by the group. Reading- "Our Sav- ior Lives" by Thelma Cales. Benedication by the group. Refreshments served to: Mrs. Pat Miller, Mrs. Annice Darner- on, Mrs. Thelma Cales, Mrs. Glenna Boone, Mrs. Edith Jar- rell, Mrs. Vella Comer, Mrs. Jean Pack, Mrs. Ima Jean Huffman, Mrs. Ocie Dillion, Mrs. Zelma Den Mann, Miss Alice Boone, hostess- Mrs. Pearl Bartgis and Mr. Jo Hed- rick. Guest: Mrs. Barbara Hall- Deleware; Amy Miller, Sarah Miller, and Michael Pack. District Meeting Held The Second District meeting of the Prince Hall Grand Lodge F & A.M. Inc., was held in Hinton, West Virginia, on Sun- day, April 22, 1979. Wiley Lodge No. $ served as host to the meeting. Presiding over the activities was James Arnold, Deputy of the Second District, Beckley, West Virginia. Deputy Arnold discused the obligations of mas- oni and the need to become involved in all aspecting comm- unity life so that their work can be seen and felt. He emphas- ized the need for each lodge to develop a basic program that will meet the needs of the membership and will keep them active. Five lodges compose the Sec- To Preside end District. King Hiram Lodge No. 7, Lewisburg, King Hiram Abiff Lodge No. 25, Beckley, Just Rite Lodge No. 27, Harl- em Heights, Bosz Lodge No. 30, Alderson, and Wiley's Lodge No. 8, Hinton. The purpose of the meeting was to plan the spring and summer program for the Sec- ond District Lodge, which in- cluded the Et John's Day Pro- gram scheduled for June 24, and the Annual Lodge Picnic, set for July 20. Members in attendance were: Lewis A. Matley Jr., Leon A. Trigg, Romano L. Hairston, Caries J. Fields, Forrest K. Henry, Dometrue C. Woodson, R.J. Thomas, James Dillard, Ramond Whillon, Leon Henry, To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ARRINGTON, deceased. All persons having claims against the Estate of the said William Augustus Arriugtbn, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the Voucher thereof, legally verified to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Hin- ton, West Virginia, on or be- fore September 14,1979, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate are notified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand this the 16th day of April, 1979. David L. Parmer Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, West Vir- ginia James E. Blanks, and James Apr. 19, 26, May 3 Arnold, all of King Hiram Abiss No. 25, Beckley Lodge; Charles Smallwood, Charles Nelson, Sr., Legal Notice Grover Norris, Charles Nelson, f Jr., all of Just Rite No. 27, Harlem Height Lodge; Nath- NOTICE TOPUBLIC OF aniel Johnson, Norman L. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF Crump, Abraham Crawford, FUNDS and Howard Crump, all of King Hiram, No. 7, Lewisburg Governor's Office- Housing Div- Lodge, Earl M. Freeman, Bo22 ision No. 30, Alderson; 2002 Quarrier Street Walter J. Carter, Eugene Mit- Charleston, WV 25.305 chell, F.A. Woods, D.H. Stand- (304) 348- 0370 ard, James Standard, James Gore, Henry Kinley, Rev. Billy TO ALL INTERESTED Galloway, Neal Smith, William AGENCIES, GROUPS AND Ferg'uson, and Clarence Ander- PERSONS: son, all of Wiley's Lodge, No. 8, Hinton. On or about May 8, 1979 the State of West Virginia will request the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment to release Federal funds. under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 ( Pi- 93- 383) for the following project: At Conference Krist Stokes Miss Kristi Stokes, president of the West Virginia Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, will preside at the twenty-fifth annual FBLA state Conference which will be held at Glenville State College on Sat. urday, April 28. In addition to the annual business meeting, twenty- five various competitions will be held. This will be followed by the election of new state off- lcers. Special quest will be the National Secretary. Miss Stokes represents the Summers County Coree Center Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Stokes of Oak Street. The Summers County Career Center Chapter is running T.J. Humphreys, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Humphreys for state FBLA treasurer. The Future Business Leaders of America is the largest youth organization in America. There are over 2,030 FBLA members in the state of West Virginia. Personal Nellie P. Petrey has been dismissed from Beckley Hospital. She is in much im- proved condition. Birth Born to Mr. and Mrs. Greg Allen of EIPaso, Texas on April 20, a son Jakrie Mark. He is the grandson of Mrs. Ona Thomas of 4th Ave. Hinton. Hospital Note Summers County Hospital April 20, 1979 Admitted: Amy Lemon, Ryan McGuire, Deloris Ballengee, James Vandall, all of Hinton; Darrell Simms, Wayman Adk- ins, both of Rainelle; Thelma Beheler, Premier, W. Vs. Dismissed: Lillie Bradbury, Nellie Wickline, Brosky Rich- mond, Samuel Gill, Alice Hann- ah, Patrick Stennett, all of Hlnton; David Huffman, Tal- eott; Renne Mcgraw, True; Beulah Burns, Meadow Bridge; and Jeaoette Martin, Shady Springs. MR. ARNOLD LODGE MEMBERS Photos by Sally Hayslette ViA NEWS Invitations to use free Vet- erans Administration educat- ional and vocational counseling are being mailed to thousands "of eligible Vietnam Era vet- erans in West Virginia, VA regional director Sam A. Tiano said today. The invitation takes the form of a new brochure and applic- ation which describe available counseling and enable the vet- eran to arrange an interview. "VA counselors can help vet- erans make informed career, job or school choices and plans, " Tiano said. "More import- ant, these professionals can help the veteran solve problems associated with choosing and achieving his goals." All VA offices have been stocked with the brochures ahd supplies have been distributed to veterans service organizat- ions. Those special efforts to en- courage veterans to ask for counseling are a component of "operation Boost" VA's nat- ional awareness program to alert Vietnam Era veterans to unused GI Bill education and training benefits. In general, veterans have ten years from their date of dis- charge to use GI Bill education and training benefits, including this special counseling service. Veterans doe not have to apply for training, however, to receive counseling. VA counselors will help vet- erans identify their interests and best abilities, and to select and make plans for suitable career goals. Counselors will provide specific information based on their knowledge of available training programs, employment opportunities and financial aid or other resources. While there is no charge for VA counseling, the veteran must pay his or her own trans- portation costs, if any. 'Piano said the agency "will do its best to minimize that cost by sch- eduling an appointment as near the veteran's home as possible .,, The new brochure and full informaiton on VA's vocational- educational counseling pro- gram can be obtained from the nearest VA office or form nat- ional veterans organizations. Jumping Branch- Nimitz PSD Water Line Extension on Leath- erwood Road Summers County, West Virginia $25,000 An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by the State of West Virginia which documents the environmental review of the project. This Environmental Review Record is on file at the above add- tess and is available for public examinaiton and copying, upon request. The State of West Virginia will undertake the project des- cribed above with Block Grant funds from the U.S. Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), under Title I of the Housing and Community Dvelopment Act of 1974. The State of West Vir- ginia is certifying to HUD that the State and C. Joe Mnllen in his official capacity as Director of the Governor's Office of Economic and Community Dev- elopment consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal courts ff an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relat- ion to environmental reviews, decisionmaking, and action, and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect of the certification is that upon its approval, the State of West Virginia may use the Block Grant funds, and HUD will have satisified its respon- sibilities under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. HUD will accept an ob- jection to its approval of the release of funds and accept- ance of the certification only ff it is on one of the following bases: (a) That the certificat- ion was not in fact executed by the chief executive officer or other officer of applicant app- roved by HUD; or (b) that applicant's environmental re- view record for the project indicates omission of a required decision, finding, or step app- licable to the project in the environmental review process. Objections must be prepared and surnbitted in accordance with the required procedure ( 24 CFR Part 58), and may be addressed to HUD at Pitts- burgh Area Office, Two Allegh- ,ency Center, Pittsburgh, PA 15212. Objections to the re- lease of funds on bases other than those stated above will not be considered by HUD. No objection received after May 24, 1979 will be considered by HUD. C. Joe Mullen, Director Governor's Office of Economic and Community Development Capitol Complex Charleston, WV 25305 Apr. 28 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that Bryan W. Ryan, Jr., a res- ident of Summers County, West Virignia, whose occupation is that of a railroad engineer, will make application to Honorable Charles M. Lobban Judge of the Circuit Court of Summers Co- unty, West Virginia, at the Court House of Summers County, at Hinton, West Virginia, on the 1st day of may, 1979, or as soon thereafter as he may be heard, for authority to obtain a state license to carry about his person a pistol or revolver, pursuant to the pro- visions of West Virginia Code, Chapter 61, Article 7, Section 2, and the amendments thereto, in all counties of the State of West Virginia named in said petition. Given under my hand this 14th day of April, 1979. BRYAN W. RYAN JR. By Counsel David L. Parmer Attorney for petitioner P.O. Box 39 Hinton, WV 25951 Apr. 19, 28 Legal-Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIR- INGIA MOGENE BRAGG, et als Plaintiff v. RONALD TENCH, et als Defendant Civ- il Action No. 79-C-28. 1. (.The object of this suit is to declare the will of Roy F. Ward invalid and of no force and effect. ..To the Above Named De- fant: It appearing Iy affidavit filed in this action that Ronald Teticl 1 is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Ronald Tench serve upon David L. Parmer, Plaintiff's attorney, whose add- ress is P.O. BOx 39, Hinton, West Virginia, an answer, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before March 29, 1979. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon pro- per hearing and trial, may be taken agait you for the re- lief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court February 27, 1979. Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT Ap/'.l'9, 28, & May 3 Legal-Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA RE: PETITION OF LAKIE FRANCES GILL FOR THE ADOPTION OF HEATHER MICHELLE GILL AND SHELLY HENEE GILL.. IN- FANTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: ROGER MCKINNEY, the named father of the child, Hea- ther Michelle Gill TO: ANDREW JOHNSON, the named father of the child, Shel- ly Renee Gill Or anyone else claiming to be the father of the said children. The object of the above en- titled action is the adoption of the children, Heather Michelle Gill and Shelly Renee Gill, by the Petitioner, Lakie Frances Gill. And it appearing by an affi- davit filed in this action that Roger McKinney is the father of the above named child, Heather Michelle Gill, and that his ad- dress is unknown; and it ap- peariug by an affidavit filed in this action that Andrew Johnson is the father of the above named child, Shelly Renee Gill, and that his address is unknown. It is ordered that Roger Mc- Kinney and Andrew Johnson, do serve upon David L. Parmer, petitioner's attorney, whose ad- dress is P.O. Box 39, Hintun, West Virginia, an answer or other defense to the petition filed in this action on or before April 13, 1979, other wise the relief sought in the Petition may be granted to the Petitioner, the parental rights of the father terminated and the said Hea- ther Michelie Gill and Shelly Renee Gill may be adopted by the Petitioner. Entered by the Clerk of the Court of Summers County, West Virginia, this 13th day of March, 1979. Edith M. Meador Clerk of the Circuit Court Summers County Apr..19 & 28 00Legal Notice APPENDIXA The Public Service Commission of West Virginia has scheduled a public hearing on the following requests for increased rates to be held at the Commission's Hearin Room at the Cavitol in the City of Charleston commencing on Monday, May 14, 1979, and continuing until concluded, at 9:30 a.m., EDST: Huntington Water Corporation West Virginia Water Company (Kanawha Valley District) West Virginia Water Company . (Bluefield District) West Virginia Water Company (Cassawa' District) West Virginia Water Company (Hamlin District) West Virginia Water Company (Hinton District) West Virginia Water Company (Montgomery Dis trict ) West Virginia Water Company (Madison District) West Virginia Water Company (Oak Hill District) West Virginia Water Company (Princeton District) West Virginia Water Company (Sutton District ) West %/irginia Water Company (Webster Springs District) West Virginia Water Company (Weston District) Dollar Percent Increase Increase -. $ 972,135 22.82 per cent $2,385,160 19.49 per cent $ 337,616 45.89 per cent $ 30, 045 30.45 per cent $ 45,997 39.14 per cent $ 56,143 25.74percent $ 60,009 22.29 per cent $ 60,646 23.18percent $ 160, 214 24.89 per cent $ 227,615 27.18percent $ 24,438 24.62 per cent $ 72,585 65.64 per cent $101,663 24.24 per cent Any person affected by these changes has a right to protest or to be heard as to why the changes should not be allowed, either wholly or in part. Anyone desiring to protest the changed rates and charges may do so in writing, within ten (10) days of the date of publication of this notice or at the May 14, 1979 hearing. All protests should be addressed to The Secretary, Public Service Commission of West Virignia, Charleston, West Virginia 25305. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA Howard M. Cunningham Executive Secretary Apr. 19, 26 Baked Beans were mentioned for the first time in Mrs. S. M. Child's "The Frugal Housewife" in 1829. ATTENTION! Vickie Gill- Tom Fitzsimmons Bill Lowry Robin Mazzella Roberta Wheeler Rita Bennett Geneva (ox Lee Ann Johnson Judy Gore Talcott High School Susalt Monroe Kalen HeRon Shirley Bragg Peggy Greer Theodore Sembly Ronnie Ward Blankenship Basil Petrey Frankie Lively Bonnie Massie Janice Coughnour Robin Spencer Jewell Bragg Teresa Bragg Mrs. Howard Deaver Tammy Ratliff Bonnie Hinton Charles Robinson Margaret Carter Melinda Williams Cathy Chitester Patricia Patrick Mrs. Bradberry Sharon Hannah Bernie Neal Lisa Massie and Lois Smith .Pictures you have ed printed at the Daily News are read pickup. Many of the are marked "no charge" ! "paid." .Many of the photos ure cheerleaders, m ettes, awards, class tures, etc. and would wonderful for memory bums. If you believe photo is among these, are urged to come and check, as most of photos are at least one old. Notice! The Sheriff's Tax Department will be closed May l thru May 1 for preparation of 1978 D tinq Lists. Will reopen May 16. Bob J. Mai[dy Sheriff of Summers Coianty 00HDUBE PAINT r I Gallon Reg. $13,99 SAVE $S, oo Glidden's Best Latex Flat House Paint Quick drying, durable flat finish Resists blisters, peeling, cracking Easy water clean-up Gallon Reg. $14,99 SAVE O0 611dden's Best Latex Gloss qa House and Trim Paint Chalk resistant, glossy finish Quick drying, easy to vse Easy water clean-up t Whhe & Ready Mixed Colors Only" F & R Supply Inc. Hinton, W. Va. Phone: 466- 1252 8-Hinton News Thurs. Apr. 26, 1979 Meeting' Held At Bartgis Home e u Memt of the MInut yd. roll n w eha Cat= pted the xpra meettng at me home  now fund nte. Two the group, eea. "Our Sav- { uv= 1' by Tbel CJu. ntlon by the t. m w: un. Jo Hed and m n um'fhetmsw.Meet e Soety vcd to  ReU=tmed; , nl to  by te Pres. brealattnthefenmp hen ptMmer, Mn XnmD- was ope with the PI by 10 to the Bkhop of Intstez of Glen B, M. Edith Jar- Um greap. Srnual Gwth the Diaries t at ptckway U, Y. Vet Com, Ors. tead . VeUa Co and My I0 at  o'clock with me Jn Pack. s. Im Jn Mrs+ Edith Jarre]l had the Bishop gt spek. Huffman, Mrs. Oc{e Dlllion, chapter l- 1o "v- Voile Marltngton May 9 at 9 o'clk. Alice Boo, htess. Mrs Com. The _tety voted to Ova  Prl rt d Mr. Jo Hed. peadin 8- , "The Ces" by dotlon to n stealers in Kenya rick Gut: ' 8arba Hall. mth darr ad ay by rca. ela: Amy Uer. Sarah ola uny. Miller, a Mctmel Pack District Meeting Held The Seoond District mtiag ondDiatrict. KingP.IrLodge J E. Blanks. and Jamm ofthePrt,zeItlGra.'t,ge No. 7,1z.barg, mng mr Aola,Uazmgatram. F a A.M. Inc., w be1  Ahtt Coe No. , eey, No,,Bekeyte;r1 tun*on, wt r, on Sun- Just rote Lodge No , Hart. Smallwood,arlNeen,Sr.. da.Apri122.1979. WfleyLodg e I4eighta. BoeLodgeNa.* GmverNorrls. Charl=Nels. N. e  u best to  . and W11ey' Lodge dr. an of Jt ms* o v. meeting. No. B. ttlnten. Harlem Height Lodge; Nath- ' Prmtding e the acti.tl The I of the mting aniel John, No.an L wu d Artm[d, Iy of w to plan t*e spring d Cmp. Abraham Crawford. the Seed Dte, pocey, s program rot the see. and oward trump, att of rang wt vh'a. Daet Arnold d l:trc Ledge, which in- mrs, No. 7, Lewmburg e'u*etheoSatlat- eluded the Zt Joh,'s Day  Lodge. Earl M. reen. BO Old and the need to become 8ramheduledfofJune24,d NO 2O, JdelOn; involved in eli i:eeth3g " the Annual Lodge Flenie. set for Walter J. Car tar. Euge Mit. unit y life  filet ll'*eir k n Jtby 20. cbel]. F.A. Woods. D.H. Stand- ized the need f ch lode to Lewis A, Mat]ey Jr,, Len A Go, Henry Kthtey, Rev. Billy deop a bam progr mat ,m, Pomano L tstan, aUoway, ] Smith, wmtsra wm t the  of the carl= J Fie. Fot K. F/. and Claee Indef. membershipandwiakeepth Heary. DometC. Woedson. n.a[Iotwiley'sLedge. N8 *etve rJ . Jam= Veto-d. mnton lqve m m the ec. m,nd whine, Leon Henry, To Preside At Conference KrtStke, xrmt stake*, predator of me wt vlrn ap of me ,ere nmn Leaeen o Ameri, we1 pde at the twty-fltth annual FBLA state Conf Which will he bald at Glvme state nonage on Sat. urda, Ar*l . In additl to the ual blmlnm mee, twerp n var enxma wm be Ile. 'rnis wm be oned by the elation of w state oft- t. 6pe qt wm be the auor, al Secremc. uts Stok repreaeata the sm enemy Cane nearer C1apt  of the Fut Bufl Lead o Ame. Sha Is the dmte a V.r, m;d Mn. CW, Smk of tk street The Suen Coty C.re cave" chapt is hg T.J. Hptaeys,  of Mr s, .. William Hphreys for state FBLA te. The Fet B Leaden of Amert m the largt youth nrsantlon tn Am There a  z,e PBI+ mmben in me state of wt vh-gin. Personal mml=ed from Jey ,Zpt, ee is In much m- Brih  u, Mr and m. G AII ot EIPo, Ts on A grandson d m, aria o of  ,e. mnton. Hospital Note summ Cty xplml ap,l co, n &@altted: Amy Lera, Ryan Jam Vallall, all nf Nine; Dane, Slm, wayman A'+- Dillmed: Lime Brata'y, Nelle Sickens, Broa eh- mend, Samue G+ .+d1 .ann+ Ih, Patrick Stennett, aU o mean; Vavd leUman. Tel- eelS;  MCGraw, Tree; e. Mdow etrtdge; tad aaette Uert, s.a@ InvRatio to  fr Vet m Administrauon educat. lena] and vttt c0unselmg a bet.g ma,ed to thoan e eligible Vletn Era vet- am in W, vtegi, VA regioa dttor S X Tta.o {d tay, The invtatton tak the m or. a b and apptte- at wic de,cabs available counseng and eb]e me t- eran to aaage ao tntvew "VA eou]on can help vnt- s make mfmed ear, jc nr scl eho and pla, " rtann Mid. "Mn import- ant, th prmslnts elp m veteran delve proU iatea ,m chtag and achieving ht= See" VA ofn ha bn tea wit' the bro ad supp]{ a bee distritmted Th special etrerts to end ase te.m to k rOE elg a a eompot ot "operaUnn neat- VA'S t+ ioMI awa program to a]ea Vetam Era ter to med G! Bill e41ueati nnd traing benettts. egai-Noticc OTICE 1'O calnn'oas To the Cr,ton and Bove- fic= ol me tate ol coNcgg: WlL[AM AUGUeIS ARRINGTON. , You  heby helmed the All peru vlns dated, aryan W. Rye. dr., a - amt the tate of the sd t,t of Sm coty, w wtmam Agtm Arr.sn, Vgnta. wtee oceatnn ece+sed+ wlmm ee  not, that of a mild gt.eer,',mlt  notilied to teghihit e with make appiition to Honorable the Vaher thereof, legally Charl=M. LobbanJndgeafthe vee to e rmgned. at Ch'emt Court of Smmaen Co- my offi in the City of Hie- ty. Wt Virginia, at the foreSeptemtqJ079, at10:00 Coty. at Htntce, Wt o'etk A.M, ommmse, they vtr+,n=.o, thelstdaynfy, mayby law. beeludedf 17,oraathereafterhe an benents of d tato. A may be hrd. for authortty to benendaI ot m =tale a obm a elate l to c ootmat to be prnt on d about h, pen a pistol day to protect their interests. alv. Imrsnt to the pr mv der my hand ms the .s d w vtrgira code, lath day ot April. lq9 Chapter 6L, Article 7, Seon 2, David L Paer and the amendments thereto, in commmmon of Aets a cooU of the state at w=t gSm Coty. W=l ViE- virginiamedinidpetitton. eta {w  my tend this Apr. 1, e. y s 14th day of Ar, zm.e BRYA w. ItyAN Jr. y cewse Legal Notice David L P .... Attoey far petmo.er 1".0 BOX OS NO'nC PUeLlC OF mmon, wv SSl asoczs'r Foe aLEOF Ar. 10, 2S rUSeS Legal Notice Governor's ofn Homing DlV- e uam Ste cmcvrr COVrT OF sum- Chl=ton, WV 2 MERS COUNTY, 'JYiST VIR. (4 e- e'ro INGZA GENE BRAC, et ats PIUff v. ROAI TO ALL ZERSD TNCH, et at nefm0.nt O- AGENCIES, GROUPS AND {1 Action No. 79-C- pmgSONS:  e obj, n  amt Is to aeela the wU of p.y p, Ward on or abet May , 170 the invalid and of  t and sta*e of w=t vtrg*na win eut reqtheus, Dapartmento .To the tve Nam v Heml and urban Develop- t=.t: mt to release FeVers1 fumds It appearing by affidavit nted der 'rRle I of the Hing at,d in this acti that IFld TNeI Commtmlty Delopmt Act of Ls a nr=ident of the State of 1974 ( pl.  1 f the WI Virgltda, It is hby ordered that Ronald ch following project: e upon David L Parma. Jpiv.g BvCh. NImiL pSI) Plaintiff's attorney, wh add. WaterLineExtenmonLatl'.  ts P.O. POX , Hinton. semm catty, WL eluding y lated cot virginia claim  del you may have 2,000 to the cpiaint filed in this action on  bof March 29, An Envirommtal Review i+ If you tail to do . Record respeetmg the within thfl judgment, upon pro- project hal be de by the per  d trisJ, y be State of Wet Virginia whie tak against yau for tbe dU me vLrotal ]iefdndedintheepteint. rev1 of the -eect.  A opy  ad plaint n Envirotal '3evi Record be obtained  the der- is  file at the above add- signed Clk at hk office r and la available for public Entered by the Ck of said tttn d copy'8, upoa nears Febtary m,, lt'. requ=t. :nm . Mender 0Y tmT The State ol We Vlrgirda APe 19. 2, & May 3 MR. ARNOLD  dertake the projl 6=- crtbed above 'm mock Grant d   u.S. D,** LegafNotice mt nf tl and Urban Deent ( trv>,  IN TmZ CmCUIT COURT oF Title   me Ho and SUMMSS COUNTY, WSST Commtwlty Delapmt Act  VIRGINIA I4, 'me State of Wmt Vtr- RE: pz'rmo ov tAKm girda t eerttying o h'VD that ERANCgS Gn FOR the State acd C, J Mt in ADOPTION OF IaATIR htsorncpacryJ,eetor MICHU. olL AND et the Cv +. 0 of SHELUY RZNF. OraL. - zonomJe and Commuty -.v- FAN UrVZ Tm AGE OF eloper t to accept the 18 YEARS. , urmeUon of the zederat OTICOIZpUSLIC'nO ' couriaifactilsbugittt O TO: ROGERMCKINNEy, the : elre0omdbmUminrelat- medfatheroftheehild, 14. , .. . t to vtrom reew th cheUe GU] d that these rit+ttm= etathofmeChUd. mJ- ,; have beam Ulmed. The leg ly  <3m , at of the certton  that Or anyone etu,ahlag to be . upon ts appa, the ste  the fath or the ,d chn&,. i, " W=t Vtrga my  e The object or the above - l I BlkGrant[unda, andHUD flfledaetionistheadoptionot will  mmed tm p- the cIdre. Hth Melte LODOEMEmeF+S mbatt  the Nat{l Gm and Slwn eeme Gin, by Pho by Sally Hayslette Environmeatal Policy Act of the Petitl, Lakle Fr 19eo lv w aeee  ob Gm. A NEWS .................. ring .......  d feeds and pt- &vt nted t e aeUon that In geal, vet trove  ce of the cermtU nnl t o Mcey  e father of y m em- date at dis. r is  e  tha toUo,emg ahemeteld, lt charge to  OI Bill edutten bases: (a) That the rmlt- M{ehene Ore, and that ht ad- dtramgbenefits, ir, elnding ionwtin facq uted by  is tmknov:n; and it ap mis apecal cou se.d the cer Uve et  pearg by ao affvt mee In Vet doe not have  ot .m  airlift m aettlol,l apply for training, w, to mvd by Ht;  (b that tsmelathefmeaboveed VA eouom vu ep vet- v; record t me preet that hts addre t unko. crane ideny the4r tterests IndttesonJvekmofarequh' itlsordthat Reg M . and bet abaiti. d to ]t deeiMon, finding, or Btep app- IQnney d Andrew J0bl do and make pJam f suitable hcable to the F:vjeet In the  upon David L. Paer, pvtde sprite inloro Ob'ttons mint he prepared dress ts P+O+ pox , mnten, based on their kowlede of d bllted in ardane Wt Virginia, an a or avmlame traL, ttng pms, wththereq,redoeee, a(. other dee to the e*{t{ employment opportiti d CFR paet f), arid may be filed in rids aett on or befo finanetalaidnrot, addressed to h'UD at Pit ApJ 13. 107e. oh" we the While there is  charae fo r burghAreaOffi,TwoAIlegh, reliefttghtmthePetRlmay mt pay + or her o tra Sz. Oben te the  pastel rlts ot the tamer {dtheagey,+wtlldoitsbest thanthaestatedabovewna thee Mehetle m and eUy ,, natant Smnm County, wt inroito on VA,s vt{d. C.evernr'a Om of P-onom am. edutional elln,g  and Coeatty Develoomt Edith M. MdOr gram n be ctaed mm the cagi Comp Clerk of me Ctreutt Ceurt nt vA om or tom t- arles, wv  s Cmmy tonal veera oeganitiorat. Age. e LegalNotice Apple)IX A Legal Notice e p.bl Settee Commis+io. o w vtrgtnm h +hed.lnd NO TICE a ublic hearing on the foil owmg zqts for incrsed rat to be held at the Commiion's Hearin Room al the Capitol iv the TO WaOM IT MAy city of carl=to mme.c{ o me.day, May l. s, and continutag until cclued, at :so ., EDST: Dollar Percem Increase [nerea. Hutlfi WaS er raUon $ 2.135 .$2 r cenL Wt Virgmia Water Comply < Kanawha Valley Diatrct ) $2,3,160 19.49 per ceic wt virginia wat Company. {BlfieldDmtrlct) $ 337,616 45.89prcent Wt virginia Wat Company c.ewayDmtrtc $ 30rmS Ireem Wt Virginia Water Company ttlam6nDistrictl $ 45 3gHpercent w VrgLma water Cop,oy {HintonDisriet) $ ,143 .74percen Wt virginia Water Company Monlgomy Dstrtct m  rcn wt Virginia water Company (MadinDIsict) $ 641] 2318percent w=t v{rginta wr comlny toak Hill District) $ t60. 214 24 B9 per n w Vienna Water Company ,vrinDttr+ct S .m5 zmper,,t wt wrgina Water company tSuttonDistrietl $ 24,438 z62percent wt VL-ginia Water Company (WebstorSprtogsDistrict) $ 72.:> 0564pereent wt Vtrglnia Water Company Wt Distrle StOL6g 2pereenl Any pe atod by th chang h. rtgm to protom or t,, be hd as to why the chang sbeuid nat be allowed, eithel wholly or in part Anyone dtrin g to pt=t the changed rat avd charg= zney do  in writieg, within ten { 0) days of the dale of puhlieat ton o[ thle not{ or a tbe May 14,1979 hearing All pl=ts should be addre+sed  he retary, Pum: s+iee Commismo. of wt wngn, Chad=to., w= Virgima ss PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WgST VmG[NIA Howard M, Cningham Eutive Sanitary ApE 19, . Biked Beanl were mentioned for the first time in m,,. S. m. ChUrl +, "tha Fruoal Ho.mw;." . le2+ Notice ! The Sheriff's Tax Department vfll be dosed May 1 thru May 15 for preparation of 1978 Delim Lists. Will reopen May 16. Bob J. Maddy Sheriff of Summers County 00HDUBE PAINT I:ADTDRYBAL Slidden's Best Latex Flat House Paint Quick dwing, durable flat finish * Resists blislera. elm0. cracking Easy water clean-up 6Hdden's Best Latex GLOSS' Hog= and Trim Palm Chalk resistant, glossy finish Quick drying, easy to d Easy water cea-up , Whhe  Rnady F & R Supply Inc. H[nton, W. Va.