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6-Hiaton New.Tues. May 8, 1979 Legal Notice PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 24th day of April, 1979. GENERAL ORDER NO. 184.2 (Electric) GENERAL ORDER NO. 185.2 (Gas) GENERAL ORDER NO• 187•2 (Telephone) GENERAL ORDER NO. 188.1 (Water) In the matter of revision of the rules governing termination of utility services. WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that nubliclv owned utilities must conform their termination proced- ures to certain due process standards, Memphis Light, Gas &amp; Water Division v. Craft t 436 U.S. 1 ( 18); and WHEREAS, the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia has enjoined the City of Gary from trminating any customer of its publicly owned waterworks system because existing termination rules promulgated by this Commission and adopted by the City of Gary do not comply with constitutional due process standards, Long v• City of Gary, Civil Action No. 78-2389 (1978); and WItEREAS,the United States Congress has mandated hearings by public utility regulatory agencies concerning termination procedures used by gas and electric utilities in the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978; and WHEREAS, the Coalition on Legislation for the Elderly and the Council of Senior West Virginians have petitioned this Com- mission in a case assigned Case No• 9579 for a revision of Rule 4.08, Rules and Regulations for the Government of Electric Utilities. and Rule 4.06, Rules and Regulations for the Gov- ernment of Gas Utilities, concerning the termination of electric and gas service for non-payment of bills or for violation of a utility's rules and regulations; and WHEREAS, the circumstances set forth above cumulatively raise the general issue of designing appropriate procedures for the termination of utility services for non-payment of bills or for violation of rules and regulations of the Commission or the public utility; and WHEREAS, uniform termination procedures applicable to telephone, natural gas, water, and electric utilities would simplify the determination of appropriate policy governing termination procedures; and WHEREAS, the problem of designing appropriate uniform termination procedures would be resolved by the repeal of existing Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Government of Electric Utilities, Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Government of Gas Utilities and Gas Pipeline Safety, Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Goveanent of Water Utilities, and Rule 4•08 of the Rules and Regulations for Ihe Government of Telephone Utilities and the adoption of the following rule in each such body of rules and regulations: TERMINATION OF SERVICE BY A UTILITY Rule 4.08 Definition As used in this rule, "utility" includes any public service district and any utility providing telephone, gas, water, or electric services subject ot the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission. A public utility may terminate the service provided to a customer for nonpayment of any bill, violation of its rules and regulatons, or fraudulent use of its services. A termination of utility services for any such rgasofi shall be subject to the following procedures: I I No utility shall terminate service to any customer unless the utility sends a written notice of the' proposed termination of service to the customer according to the procedures specified in subsection tl) tb) of this rule at least seven (7) days prior to the scheduled date of termination• (a) Notice shall include: (1) The date of the scheduled termination of service and the, reason for termination: (2) An explanation informing the customer of his right to obtain an informal pretermination hearing with an employee of the utility who is empowered to resolve any dispute concerning the basis for the scheduled termination; (3) Inslructions for requesting a pretermination hearing prior to the scheduled termination, including a telephone number which the customer may call to request such a hearing; t4) An explanation that the customer may appeal a final decision resulting from a vretermination hearing to the Public Service Commission within seven (7) days following the date of receipt of the utility's written statement of its decision. (b) A utility shall provide notice of any scheduled termination and notice of a final decision in any pretermination hearing by registered mail, return receipt requested, at the customer's address as shown on the records of the utility or by personal delivery to a responsible member of the customer's household. If a utility is unable to provide notice of registered mail or personal delivery, it shall send the required notice to the local office of the Department of Welfare. € 2) Within seven (7) days of receipt of the notice required under subsection ll) of this rule, the customer may request a pretermination hearing with the utility by contacting the utility by mail. by telephone, or in person. Upon receiving a request for a pretermination hearing, the utility shall provide an opportunity to the customer to present his objections to the proposed termination. The utility shall investigate all claims made by the customer and shall render a decision in writing. Notice and a copy of the decision, inchding notice of the right to appeal the decision to the Commission, and a form prescribed by the Commission for that purpose, shall be sent to the customer according to the procedures prescribed under subsection (1) (b) of this rule. If a customer requests a pretermination hearing under this suosectlon, the U|lllty snail nol terminate that customer's service until a decision is rendered, and the customer has an opportunity to appeal the decision to the Commission for the seven day period specified in subsection (3) of this rule. If no vretermination hearing is requested by the customer, the utility may terminate his service as scheduled. 3  Within seven ('7) days of receipt of the utility's decision in a pretermination proceeding, a customer may appeal such decision to the Commission. The Commission shall investigate the scheduled termination and render its decision within a reasonable time following the date on which the pretermination avveal ws filed under this subsection. Notice and a copy of the decison shall be sent to the customer and the utility. If a customer files a pretermination appeal under this subsection.the Commission shall immediately notify the appropriate utility that the appeal is pending. The utility shall not terminate service to the customer during the pendency of the appeal. If service has been terminated the utility shall restore service pending the outcome of the appeal. If the utility has not received notice from the Commission of the filing of a pretermination appeal within the seven day period prescribed under this subsection, the utility may terminate service €4 In lieu of terminating service, each utility shall offer an opportunity for a customer to repay any amount owned and overdue on reasonable terms if the customer establishes that: a  He is unable to pay for the utility service in accordance with the requirements of the utility's billing; or (b tie is abld to pay for the service but only in installments. Legal-Notice (5) If a customer is unable to pay his bill for utility service under a reasonable installment plan or other reasonable agreement, the utility shall provide information to the customer concerning the Department of Welfare or other social agencies whose programs may assist the customer to pay for utility services. The utility shah also forward the names of such customers to the local office of the Department of Welfare• (6) In case of medical emergency, a utility shall not terminate service to a customer if a licensed physician has notified the utility within the preceding thirty (30) days that a medical emergency exists at the location of the proposed termination or that an emergency would result from such termination. Certification of a medical emergency must be confirmed in writing within seven (7) days. (7) Each utility shall report all terminations under this rule to the Commission and shall include in its report with respect to each termination the customer's name, and address, the date of the termination, reason for termination, and the number and ages of persons in the affected household. (8) Each utility shah maintain on a regular basis a record of termination notices, contacts with customers and social agencies in connection with a proposed termination, and determinations made at pretermination hearings. (9) (a) Whenever service is terminated under this rule, a utility may charge the customer whose service was terminated for the recounecUon of such service as provided in its tariff. (b) ff service is discontinued at the request of a customer, the utility may refuse service to such customer, at the same premises, within eight (8) months of the discontinuation of service, unless the customer pays the charge for reconnection as set forth in the utility's tariff. (10) A utility may terminate service at any time without prior notice to a customer ff dangerous conditions on. the customer's premises require such termination in the interest of public safety. In all other respect, such emerenc.y terminations shah be subject to the provisions of this rule. If the utility or the customer remedies the cenditions upon the termination was based, the' utility shah restore service to the customer pending the outcome of any pretermination hearing with the company or preterminat- ion appeal before the Commission. (11) No utility shall terminate service during the period from November 1 through March 31, subject to the exception for dangerous conditions in subsection (10) of this rule. During this ,-.ried any vrocedure prescribed under this rule may be followed, including notice of a scheduled termination, pretermination hearing, and appeal to the Commission, but no termination that is the subject of such proceedin, g s shall be scheduled for a date earlier than April 1. IT IS ORDERED that this matter he set for separate hearings for each type of utility service to he held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 28th day of May, 1979, for electric utilities, on the 31st day of May, 1979, for natural gas utilities, on the 4th day of June, 1979, for water utilities, on the 14th day of June, 1979, for telephone utilities. Each such hearing is to he held at 9: 30 a.m., EST. At that time and place anyone may appear and make such objection to the proposed rule as may he considered proper. Leave is hereby granted to anyone interested to file comments in support of or opposition to such proposed rule with the Commission at any time on or before the 28th day of May, 1979. IT IS FURTHERED ORDERED that the Executive Secretary of the Public Service Commission of West Virginia give notice of the proposed rule and of the time and place of the hearings on such rule by certified mail, return receipt requested, to each telephone, natural gas, water, and electric utility under the jurisdiction of the West Virignia Public Service Commission, to the Coalition on Legislation for the Elderly and the Council of Senior West Virginians, petitioners in Case NO. 9579, to the Attorney General and the Secretary of State. The Secretary of the Commission shall cause a copy of this order to the published in newspapers published in each county of this State, for two (2) successive weeks, the iastublicaton to he made prior to May 28, 1979. A Copy. Teste: HOWARD M• CUNNINGHAM ExecutiVe Secretary May 1, 8 Legal-Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA HAZEL YOUNG WISEMAN Pluto Route, Box 9B Hinton, West Virginia Plaintiff v. FERRIS WISEMAN Defend- ant Civil Action No. 79-C-60 1.(The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Ferris Wise- man is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Ferris Wiseman serve upon David L. Parmer, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 39, Hinton, West Virginia 25951, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint fried in this action on or before May 24, 1979• If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon pro- per hearing and trial, may he taken against you for the relief 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 April 24, 1979. Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT May 1,8,15 Report of Livestock Auction Sale held Friday, April 27, 1979 amounting to $23,380.59. 61 head of livestock was sold by 26 different consignors, and 24 buyers. Steckers & Feeders: Good, 78.50- 82.00; Med. 72.00- 76.00; Common, 65.00- 89.50. Stockers & Feeders: Steers: Good, 85.00- 89.00; Medium, 80.00- 83.50. Steer Calves: Choice, 115.00- i20.00; Good, 107.00- 114.00; Medium, 95.00- 99.00. Bull Calves: 95.00- 110.00. Cows: Commercial: 57.00- 60.00; Utility, 53.00- 55.50; Can- ner & Cutter, 47.00- 51.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 62.00- 67.00; Cutter, 55.00- 60.00 • Heifer Calves: Choice, 85.00- 89•00; Good, 81.00- 84.00. Yeal Calves: Good, 99.00- 108. 95. LegaY1Not00ce FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for settlement: Pauline Goodson, Executrix of the Estate of Fred F. Good- son, deceased. Given under my hand on this 17th day of April, 1979. F.W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Apr. 24, May I, 8 Legal-lNotice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA ROGER LEE MANSFIELD Plaintiff v. KAREN DELORES PALANZO MANSFIELD Defendant Civil Action No. 79-C-55 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Karen Del- ores Palanzo Mansfield is a non- resident of the State of West Virginia, it '., hereby ordered that Karen Delores Palanzo Mansfield serve upon David L. Ziegler, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 110 James St., Hinton, West Virginia 25951, 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 May 19, 1979. If you fail to do so, there- after judgement, upon proper hearing and trial, may he taken against you for the relief de- manded in the complaint• A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court April 19, 1979 Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT Apr. 24, May 1, 8 I ANNE BOLEYN Queen Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII was sent to the Tower of London on May 2, 1536. Letter To The Editor Senior Citizens Center Hinton, WV 25951 May I, 1979 Editor Hinton WV 25951 Act 79--this will be a leng- thy description of our visit to Washington DC ( in the Mall) to attend the fair of Act 79. Iurge all concerned leaders and cit- izens of Hinton to read this report and thereby learn what the folks are really doing about ecology, solar energy, compos- ite, recycling. Act 79 encomp- assed our whole eastern area, and one outfit was there from Nebrasca. The Act of 79 fair was set up just at the Lincoln Memorial and consisted of dozens of tents wherein was contained six different folks displaying their arts and art- ifacts in a single tent. Many other displays were out in the open air. Our fair town of Hinton was ably represented in the quilting, weaving, sewing ( the antique Singer sewing machine that was used in the Summers County Citizens tent was loaned by Mrs. Betty Tall- man of Temple St. and it sewed perfectl). Those folks taking care of this display for five days, April 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 were: Peggy Rossi, our beloved outreach worker for our Senior Citizen Center, Pat- ty Falk, Peggy's efficient help- er, Edna Gwinn, Sandstone, Carolyn Meadows,, Lockbridge, Evelyn Reed, Big Creek, all most active in the Sandstone Senior Citizen Center. Two oth- ers, Bruce Osen, Beckley, and Jon Averill, Hinton, were our leaders that got us there. Try driving to such an event as above described for the first time, and you will appreciate what I said above "got us there It is hoped that you are not bored up to this point and will read on... Jon and Bruce also has their corner in another tent demon- strating the new water saver shower head that saves hund- reds of gallons of water and gives you a better feeling shower bath, and their non- smelling toilet that uses no water and is perfect for where water is not available. Yours truly and wife, thanks to Hel- aine Retgin, former House- of- Delegate Kanawha County, had our display on recycling alum- inum in the open- air area of Resource Recovery. We were positioned between the Compos- ite display and the Municipal Land-fill Alternative stage. The stage was recycled from elect- ric comapnys'- well, Big Wheels? You know, cables and wire are rolled onto them- Yeah. Much singing, dancing, and folks' plays were performed on this recycled stage. This Land- fill alternative had a large truck that separates waste into glass, metal, paper, other. Theya lso had a glass smasher and Can smasher, and a smasher that separates aluminum from other metal. Trash cans placed aobut the area were 4 separate cans, one, green for glass, one white for paper, one blue for metal, one red for other• The Mall Park attendants picked up from all these trash ans and brought it to the Resources Recovery area and all the trash there was recycled right there. That is, made into acceptable form to be sold to the people who dod do the recycling. At THIS POINT I WILL MENTION THE WORD "litter"• THERE IS NO "litter " ANY WHERE UP THERE. ALONG HIGHWAYS ON ALL WASHINGTON DC STREETS, THE MALL, ABSOLUTELY NOT EVEN A PEA-NUT SHELL LITERS ANYWHERE. IN THE RESOURCE RE- COVERY AREA, WHERE THE RECYCLED STAGE WAS POS- ITIONED, THESE FOLK GAVE A HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY AND HAD GALLONS AND GALLONS OF WINE CASES AND CASES OF BEER- CHEESES - PRETZELS, RAISINS, HARD BREADS, PEANUTS, now wait a minute• THESE WERE PEANUTS IN THE SHELL. ,. get it. IN THE SHELL• There was not a single pea-nut shell thrown on the ground. Wake up- Hinton- Pence Springs flea market• CON- CERNED LEADERS FIND A WAY TO CHANNEL ALL OF THESE RE USABLE ARTICLES IN TO RECYCLE - thus NO TRASH TO THE LAND FILL. All of this above party was for free. De you get the message about land-fill. New York City, for instance, can no longer get any land-f'dl area, it is barged out into the Altanta Ocean ( ex- pensive -??), not to mention that the Atlantic is about to quit accepting this trash - That is where us concerned folks will know that 90 per cent of trash is not trash at all• It is prec- ious reusable material that should never he thrown away as trash. Now here in Hinton ( and the County Commisson can help, as it has in the past), has a market for aluminum cans, scrap, clean food containers, newspapers, and a place to bring them to, on the Bellep- oint Road. When we get enough public support, we will collect glass, oil, cardboard, etc. The 4-H Club has a market for news- paper and we have a market for aluminum. Do you remember way back up there at the first of ths "lecture" where you read "ACT 79"-- I sure hope you do rem- ember - and WHY- Well I will now tell you- Since we attend- ed the Act 79 fair and saw what active people are doing- we will do the same thing here in Hinton. We will have a fair for our fair City of Hinton some- where on the Bellepoint Road as soon as possible• This fair will be for everybody that will con- tribute to it's success. We can Legal NOTICE To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Fred F. Goodson. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Fred F. Goodson deceased, wh- ether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 24th day of August, have this fair on empty Bellepoint and individuals participate, maybe with the, Fall whatever. Rossi and I, will hopefully on Road, fair living € can do to help ment. Another revelent to of recreation for older folks. A essential here. bowl. I saw a 5 a bowling ball Bowl Wick strike. I watched an old lady bowl in she was having Hinton needs that make some as well as cyclables. As will have a fair. concerned about solar energy, serving energy. Senior Citizens fund from selling Reynolds Alumi to purchasing provides a ready one bringing their our truck on the Road the first month. (. Except January & Also, remember net will NOT um. C.B. Rushford Sr. SCAT Notice 1979; otherwise law be excluded fits of said estate. ficiaries of said appear on or before examine said wise protect their Given under my 17th day of April, Frederick W. Commissioner Summers County, Apr. 24 , May 1, 8 The First National Bank of Hinton anno00 a most beautiful way to save money \\; \\; \\; When you open a new savings account for.S50 or add $50 to your existing Savings account or open a new checking account for $100 or more, you'll get this elegant white-on white 3 piece place setting of fine China ab- solutely free. • •Beautiful, durable Lace Bouquet China; oven- proof, dishwater safe and absolutely free--- what a beautiful way to save. ..And you can keep adding to your collection of fine dinnerware while you add to your family's financial security. Each time you deposit $25 or more to your savings account, you can purchase additional place settings, add-on settings or completer pieces at less than half the retail price. Buy six 3-piece place settings you get another FREE place setting. ..Or you can get an entire 61- piece service for only $89.95 (plus tax) when you deposit or more. Or with a deposit of $5,000 or get an entire 61- piece service for 8 for only (plus tax). ..Each add-on setting comes with a coupon. Collect 8 and you can [ beautiful covered casserole for only $I 2..q5. • .So start saving today. It's sure to be the beautiful way to save money you've • .Sorry, only one free first place setting per family. TH l? / , Hours: Main Bank Mon.- fri. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sat. 9a.m.- 12 ()l.' IIINT().\\; HINTON, W,VA 25951 Drive-In Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. S at;8 a.m. - 12 6-Hiaton New.Tues. May 8, 1979 Legal Notice PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 24th day of April, 1979. GENERAL ORDER NO. 184.2 (Electric) GENERAL ORDER NO. 185.2 (Gas) GENERAL ORDER NO• 187•2 (Telephone) GENERAL ORDER NO. 188.1 (Water) In the matter of revision of the rules governing termination of utility services. WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that nubliclv owned utilities must conform their termination proced- ures to certain due process standards, Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division v. Craft t 436 U.S. 1 ( 18); and WHEREAS, the United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia has enjoined the City of Gary from trminating any customer of its publicly owned waterworks system because existing termination rules promulgated by this Commission and adopted by the City of Gary do not comply with constitutional due process standards, Long v• City of Gary, Civil Action No. 78-2389 (1978); and WItEREAS,the United States Congress has mandated hearings by public utility regulatory agencies concerning termination procedures used by gas and electric utilities in the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978; and WHEREAS, the Coalition on Legislation for the Elderly and the Council of Senior West Virginians have petitioned this Com- mission in a case assigned Case No• 9579 for a revision of Rule 4.08, Rules and Regulations for the Government of Electric Utilities. and Rule 4.06, Rules and Regulations for the Gov- ernment of Gas Utilities, concerning the termination of electric and gas service for non-payment of bills or for violation of a utility's rules and regulations; and WHEREAS, the circumstances set forth above cumulatively raise the general issue of designing appropriate procedures for the termination of utility services for non-payment of bills or for violation of rules and regulations of the Commission or the public utility; and WHEREAS, uniform termination procedures applicable to telephone, natural gas, water, and electric utilities would simplify the determination of appropriate policy governing termination procedures; and WHEREAS, the problem of designing appropriate uniform termination procedures would be resolved by the repeal of existing Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Government of Electric Utilities, Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Government of Gas Utilities and Gas Pipeline Safety, Rule 4.08 of the Rules and Regulations for the Goveanent of Water Utilities, and Rule 4•08 of the Rules and Regulations for Ihe Government of Telephone Utilities and the adoption of the following rule in each such body of rules and regulations: TERMINATION OF SERVICE BY A UTILITY Rule 4.08 Definition As used in this rule, "utility" includes any public service district and any utility providing telephone, gas, water, or electric services subject ot the jurisdiction of the Public Service Commission. A public utility may terminate the service provided to a customer for nonpayment of any bill, violation of its rules and regulatons, or fraudulent use of its services. A termination of utility services for any such rgasofi shall be subject to the following procedures: I I No utility shall terminate service to any customer unless the utility sends a written notice of the' proposed termination of service to the customer according to the procedures specified in subsection tl) tb) of this rule at least seven (7) days prior to the scheduled date of termination• (a) Notice shall include: (1) The date of the scheduled termination of service and the, reason for termination: (2) An explanation informing the customer of his right to obtain an informal pretermination hearing with an employee of the utility who is empowered to resolve any dispute concerning the basis for the scheduled termination; (3) Inslructions for requesting a pretermination hearing prior to the scheduled termination, including a telephone number which the customer may call to request such a hearing; t4) An explanation that the customer may appeal a final decision resulting from a vretermination hearing to the Public Service Commission within seven (7) days following the date of receipt of the utility's written statement of its decision. (b) A utility shall provide notice of any scheduled termination and notice of a final decision in any pretermination hearing by registered mail, return receipt requested, at the customer's address as shown on the records of the utility or by personal delivery to a responsible member of the customer's household. If a utility is unable to provide notice of registered mail or personal delivery, it shall send the required notice to the local office of the Department of Welfare. € 2) Within seven (7) days of receipt of the notice required under subsection ll) of this rule, the customer may request a pretermination hearing with the utility by contacting the utility by mail. by telephone, or in person. Upon receiving a request for a pretermination hearing, the utility shall provide an opportunity to the customer to present his objections to the proposed termination. The utility shall investigate all claims made by the customer and shall render a decision in writing. Notice and a copy of the decision, inchding notice of the right to appeal the decision to the Commission, and a form prescribed by the Commission for that purpose, shall be sent to the customer according to the procedures prescribed under subsection (1) (b) of this rule. If a customer requests a pretermination hearing under this suosectlon, the U|lllty snail nol terminate that customer's service until a decision is rendered, and the customer has an opportunity to appeal the decision to the Commission for the seven day period specified in subsection (3) of this rule. If no vretermination hearing is requested by the customer, the utility may terminate his service as scheduled. 3  Within seven ('7) days of receipt of the utility's decision in a pretermination proceeding, a customer may appeal such decision to the Commission. The Commission shall investigate the scheduled termination and render its decision within a reasonable time following the date on which the pretermination avveal ws filed under this subsection. Notice and a copy of the decison shall be sent to the customer and the utility. If a customer files a pretermination appeal under this subsection.the Commission shall immediately notify the appropriate utility that the appeal is pending. The utility shall not terminate service to the customer during the pendency of the appeal. If service has been terminated the utility shall restore service pending the outcome of the appeal. If the utility has not received notice from the Commission of the filing of a pretermination appeal within the seven day period prescribed under this subsection, the utility may terminate service €4 In lieu of terminating service, each utility shall offer an opportunity for a customer to repay any amount owned and overdue on reasonable terms if the customer establishes that: a  He is unable to pay for the utility service in accordance with the requirements of the utility's billing; or (b tie is abld to pay for the service but only in installments. Legal-Notice (5) If a customer is unable to pay his bill for utility service under a reasonable installment plan or other reasonable agreement, the utility shall provide information to the customer concerning the Department of Welfare or other social agencies whose programs may assist the customer to pay for utility services. The utility shah also forward the names of such customers to the local office of the Department of Welfare• (6) In case of medical emergency, a utility shall not terminate service to a customer if a licensed physician has notified the utility within the preceding thirty (30) days that a medical emergency exists at the location of the proposed termination or that an emergency would result from such termination. Certification of a medical emergency must be confirmed in writing within seven (7) days. (7) Each utility shall report all terminations under this rule to the Commission and shall include in its report with respect to each termination the customer's name, and address, the date of the termination, reason for termination, and the number and ages of persons in the affected household. (8) Each utility shah maintain on a regular basis a record of termination notices, contacts with customers and social agencies in connection with a proposed termination, and determinations made at pretermination hearings. (9) (a) Whenever service is terminated under this rule, a utility may charge the customer whose service was terminated for the recounecUon of such service as provided in its tariff. (b) ff service is discontinued at the request of a customer, the utility may refuse service to such customer, at the same premises, within eight (8) months of the discontinuation of service, unless the customer pays the charge for reconnection as set forth in the utility's tariff. (10) A utility may terminate service at any time without prior notice to a customer ff dangerous conditions on. the customer's premises require such termination in the interest of public safety. In all other respect, such emerenc.y terminations shah be subject to the provisions of this rule. If the utility or the customer remedies the cenditions upon the termination was based, the' utility shah restore service to the customer pending the outcome of any pretermination hearing with the company or preterminat- ion appeal before the Commission. (11) No utility shall terminate service during the period from November 1 through March 31, subject to the exception for dangerous conditions in subsection (10) of this rule. During this ,-.ried any vrocedure prescribed under this rule may be followed, including notice of a scheduled termination, pretermination hearing, and appeal to the Commission, but no termination that is the subject of such proceedin, g s shall be scheduled for a date earlier than April 1. IT IS ORDERED that this matter he set for separate hearings for each type of utility service to he held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 28th day of May, 1979, for electric utilities, on the 31st day of May, 1979, for natural gas utilities, on the 4th day of June, 1979, for water utilities, on the 14th day of June, 1979, for telephone utilities. Each such hearing is to he held at 9: 30 a.m., EST. At that time and place anyone may appear and make such objection to the proposed rule as may he considered proper. Leave is hereby granted to anyone interested to file comments in support of or opposition to such proposed rule with the Commission at any time on or before the 28th day of May, 1979. IT IS FURTHERED ORDERED that the Executive Secretary of the Public Service Commission of West Virginia give notice of the proposed rule and of the time and place of the hearings on such rule by certified mail, return receipt requested, to each telephone, natural gas, water, and electric utility under the jurisdiction of the West Virignia Public Service Commission, to the Coalition on Legislation for the Elderly and the Council of Senior West Virginians, petitioners in Case NO. 9579, to the Attorney General and the Secretary of State. The Secretary of the Commission shall cause a copy of this order to the published in newspapers published in each county of this State, for two (2) successive weeks, the iastublicaton to he made prior to May 28, 1979. A Copy. Teste: HOWARD M• CUNNINGHAM ExecutiVe Secretary May 1, 8 Legal-Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA HAZEL YOUNG WISEMAN Pluto Route, Box 9B Hinton, West Virginia Plaintiff v. FERRIS WISEMAN Defend- ant Civil Action No. 79-C-60 1.(The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Ferris Wise- man is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Ferris Wiseman serve upon David L. Parmer, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 39, Hinton, West Virginia 25951, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint fried in this action on or before May 24, 1979• If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon pro- per hearing and trial, may he taken against you for the relief 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 April 24, 1979. Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT May 1,8,15 Report of Livestock Auction Sale held Friday, April 27, 1979 amounting to $23,380.59. 61 head of livestock was sold by 26 different consignors, and 24 buyers. Steckers & Feeders: Good, 78.50- 82.00; Med. 72.00- 76.00; Common, 65.00- 89.50. Stockers & Feeders: Steers: Good, 85.00- 89.00; Medium, 80.00- 83.50. Steer Calves: Choice, 115.00- i20.00; Good, 107.00- 114.00; Medium, 95.00- 99.00. Bull Calves: 95.00- 110.00. Cows: Commercial: 57.00- 60.00; Utility, 53.00- 55.50; Can- ner & Cutter, 47.00- 51.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 62.00- 67.00; Cutter, 55.00- 60.00 • Heifer Calves: Choice, 85.00- 89•00; Good, 81.00- 84.00. Yeal Calves: Good, 99.00- 108. 95. LegaY1Not00ce FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts of the following fiduciary are before me for settlement: Pauline Goodson, Executrix of the Estate of Fred F. Good- son, deceased. Given under my hand on this 17th day of April, 1979. F.W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts Summers County, W. Va. Apr. 24, May I, 8 Legal-lNotice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA ROGER LEE MANSFIELD Plaintiff v. KAREN DELORES PALANZO MANSFIELD Defendant Civil Action No. 79-C-55 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Karen Del- ores Palanzo Mansfield is a non- resident of the State of West Virginia, it '., hereby ordered that Karen Delores Palanzo Mansfield serve upon David L. Ziegler, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 110 James St., Hinton, West Virginia 25951, 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 May 19, 1979. If you fail to do so, there- after judgement, upon proper hearing and trial, may he taken against you for the relief de- manded in the complaint• A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court April 19, 1979 Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT Apr. 24, May 1, 8 I ANNE BOLEYN Queen Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII was sent to the Tower of London on May 2, 1536. Letter To The Editor Senior Citizens Center Hinton, WV 25951 May I, 1979 Editor Hinton WV 25951 Act 79--this will be a leng- thy description of our visit to Washington DC ( in the Mall) to attend the fair of Act 79. Iurge all concerned leaders and cit- izens of Hinton to read this report and thereby learn what the folks are really doing about ecology, solar energy, compos- ite, recycling. Act 79 encomp- assed our whole eastern area, and one outfit was there from Nebrasca. The Act of 79 fair was set up just at the Lincoln Memorial and consisted of dozens of tents wherein was contained six different folks displaying their arts and art- ifacts in a single tent. Many other displays were out in the open air. Our fair town of Hinton was ably represented in the quilting, weaving, sewing ( the antique Singer sewing machine that was used in the Summers County Citizens tent was loaned by Mrs. Betty Tall- man of Temple St. and it sewed perfectl). Those folks taking care of this display for five days, April 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 were: Peggy Rossi, our beloved outreach worker for our Senior Citizen Center, Pat- ty Falk, Peggy's efficient help- er, Edna Gwinn, Sandstone, Carolyn Meadows,, Lockbridge, Evelyn Reed, Big Creek, all most active in the Sandstone Senior Citizen Center. Two oth- ers, Bruce Osen, Beckley, and Jon Averill, Hinton, were our leaders that got us there. Try driving to such an event as above described for the first time, and you will appreciate what I said above "got us there It is hoped that you are not bored up to this point and will read on... Jon and Bruce also has their corner in another tent demon- strating the new water saver shower head that saves hund- reds of gallons of water and gives you a better feeling shower bath, and their non- smelling toilet that uses no water and is perfect for where water is not available. Yours truly and wife, thanks to Hel- aine Retgin, former House- of- Delegate Kanawha County, had our display on recycling alum- inum in the open- air area of Resource Recovery. We were positioned between the Compos- ite display and the Municipal Land-fill Alternative stage. The stage was recycled from elect- ric comapnys'- well, Big Wheels? You know, cables and wire are rolled onto them- Yeah. Much singing, dancing, and folks' plays were performed on this recycled stage. This Land- fill alternative had a large truck that separates waste into glass, metal, paper, other. Theya lso had a glass smasher and Can smasher, and a smasher that separates aluminum from other metal. Trash cans placed aobut the area were 4 separate cans, one, green for glass, one white for paper, one blue for metal, one red for other• The Mall Park attendants picked up from all these trash ans and brought it to the Resources Recovery area and all the trash there was recycled right there. That is, made into acceptable form to be sold to the people who dod do the recycling. At THIS POINT I WILL MENTION THE WORD "litter"• THERE IS NO "litter " ANY WHERE UP THERE. ALONG HIGHWAYS ON ALL WASHINGTON DC STREETS, THE MALL, ABSOLUTELY NOT EVEN A PEA-NUT SHELL LITERS ANYWHERE. IN THE RESOURCE RE- COVERY AREA, WHERE THE RECYCLED STAGE WAS POS- ITIONED, THESE FOLK GAVE A HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY AND HAD GALLONS AND GALLONS OF WINE CASES AND CASES OF BEER- CHEESES - PRETZELS, RAISINS, HARD BREADS, PEANUTS, now wait a minute• THESE WERE PEANUTS IN THE SHELL. ,. get it. IN THE SHELL• There was not a single pea-nut shell thrown on the ground. Wake up- Hinton- Pence Springs flea market• CON- CERNED LEADERS FIND A WAY TO CHANNEL ALL OF THESE RE USABLE ARTICLES IN TO RECYCLE - thus NO TRASH TO THE LAND FILL. All of this above party was for free. De you get the message about land-fill. New York City, for instance, can no longer get any land-f'dl area, it is barged out into the Altanta Ocean ( ex- pensive -??), not to mention that the Atlantic is about to quit accepting this trash - That is where us concerned folks will know that 90 per cent of trash is not trash at all• It is prec- ious reusable material that should never he thrown away as trash. Now here in Hinton ( and the County Commisson can help, as it has in the past), has a market for aluminum cans, scrap, clean food containers, newspapers, and a place to bring them to, on the Bellep- oint Road. When we get enough public support, we will collect glass, oil, cardboard, etc. The 4-H Club has a market for news- paper and we have a market for aluminum. Do you remember way back up there at the first of ths "lecture" where you read "ACT 79"-- I sure hope you do rem- ember - and WHY- Well I will now tell you- Since we attend- ed the Act 79 fair and saw what active people are doing- we will do the same thing here in Hinton. We will have a fair for our fair City of Hinton some- where on the Bellepoint Road as soon as possible• This fair will be for everybody that will con- tribute to it's success. We can Legal NOTICE To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries of the Estate of Fred F. Goodson. All persons having claims against the estate of the said Fred F. Goodson deceased, wh- ether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 24th day of August, have this fair on empty Bellepoint and individuals participate, maybe with the, Fall whatever. Rossi and I, will hopefully on Road, fair living € can do to help ment. Another revelent to of recreation for older folks. A essential here. bowl. I saw a 5 a bowling ball Bowl Wick strike. I watched an old lady bowl in she was having Hinton needs that make some as well as cyclables. As will have a fair. concerned about solar energy, serving energy. Senior Citizens fund from selling Reynolds Alumi to purchasing provides a ready one bringing their our truck on the Road the first month. (. Except January & Also, remember net will NOT um. C.B. Rushford Sr. SCAT Notice 1979; otherwise law be excluded fits of said estate. ficiaries of said appear on or before examine said wise protect their Given under my 17th day of April, Frederick W. Commissioner Summers County, Apr. 24 , May 1, 8 The First National Bank of Hinton anno00 a most beautiful way to save money \\; \\; \\; When you open a new savings account for.S50 or add $50 to your existing Savings account or open a new checking account for $100 or more, you'll get this elegant white-on white 3 piece place setting of fine China ab- solutely free. • •Beautiful, durable Lace Bouquet China; oven- proof, dishwater safe and absolutely free--- what a beautiful way to save. ..And you can keep adding to your collection of fine dinnerware while you add to your family's financial security. Each time you deposit $25 or more to your savings account, you can purchase additional place settings, add-on settings or completer pieces at less than half the retail price. Buy six 3-piece place settings you get another FREE place setting. ..Or you can get an entire 61- piece service for only $89.95 (plus tax) when you deposit or more. Or with a deposit of $5,000 or get an entire 61- piece service for 8 for only (plus tax). ..Each add-on setting comes with a coupon. Collect 8 and you can [ beautiful covered casserole for only $I 2..q5. • .So start saving today. It's sure to be the beautiful way to save money you've • .Sorry, only one free first place setting per family. TH l? / , Hours: Main Bank Mon. - fri. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Sat. 9a.m.- 12 ()l.' IIINT().\\; HINTON, W,VA 25951 Drive-In Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. S at;8 a.m. - 12 6-Hiaton New..Tues. May 8, 1979 Legal Notice UBUC SERVICE MM]ION OF wvvmmm CUt.aLMS'tON .tored by the pUIILIC SERVtCZ COUMIION OE WEST vtRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Omriton on the th day of April tS OENmRAL ORDER NO tin2  ztto GNL ORDER NO 152 Gas) GENEftAL ORDER NO. 1872 (Telephone) GENERAL ORDER NO ISSl tWater In the tr of rewson of the tad governing lamination of amity WHZSZAS, tl vt stat supme court Va m mat m,blicl v oed utilfli mt nfm their termiUou ped-  to ¢in due Ftoe atandar. Ntta_' Ligilt. Gas & Wter Div$[on V. a t 4 U 1  I WaERAS. the Unlted st Dtie Court for the southern Dhtnct of Wt Virginia has enjoined the City of Gary from I.iti any cer of Its publieIy oed watoorks stem b.a exmt termlnatt rul t:multted by ttt Commiion and adopted by the City of Gary do not mply with eouatit uliol d p standarL' L .L Civll ^etCh, Na S.2aSS <ISS; d WHEV.rS.mo United smt Coo h mlt hrhma by public ulility regulatory agei celng torndna/i pred used by gaa avd eltric utllJti in the Public Utility Regato, Palc Act or t; d WEREAS, the CliUou on lmlli for the Elderly a ad the Conned of Senior w[ Virinia have petitmned thts earn. mmsoa m a  gnd ca o 7s for a revision or Rule , iz and muUom for the Goverum,lt of Elme tmzm, and Rule 4as. Rm d rgulata for the C* ment of Gaa Ugliti, neer the termination of elt: and gaffi rvt far n-payment M bills or far vlulaHon of a utilily's rul and gulatlons: and WIIEREA.. lhe eistane t forth above emulaHveiy ra the genial iue of digning approprlate pdu for the termifiou of utility ie for nl.paymeu( of bills or for violation of nlJ and rega!aU of the Cammisslon or the public umt: and WrmReAS, u,ru tarmhau prd apUbl to telephone, t urn L gas, waler, and eltrle uliliti wool d sire p]i fy the derminaflon o[ appprae policy govelng lamination peedu: and WHEREAS, the problem af digning appropriate uniform lerminUon pred uld be rolv hy the peal or existing Rule 4 of the Rul and Regulatioz for the Governmenl of Eltri¢ UliEti Re 4t n[ the Rules and Regula ti for the Govt of Gas Utiittl and G pipel[ Safety. RUle   of the Pmt and Regulaflo #or the Govent of Water UliliH and Rule 4 of the Ru and Regulatim for he Governmenl ol Telephone Otilitl and the adoption of the folLowing rule in each such body o[ ] and regulations: TERMINATION OF" SrRVlCZ av A trTlLt Ty Rule 4 DefiniUoo s ud in th m, "um.y' mel any pub.c service district and any utility pvidng telephone, gas, water, or eltric servi sublet at the junodietion of the Public Service Commam A public uillty may tminate the seee provided to a customer Ior noaptyment of any bill vielaUou uf its rult and regmals, or frautmt  of its le, A trt of utility serele tar ally sdch rn shall be aubjt to me fulloiag precede: I I No ut thly shell tminate service to any eustamer unl the utility sends a written notice of the proposed erminalian of rvica to the customer aecor,ng to the praeedurea specified in subsection  b) of this le at least ven ?l days pzinr to the achod date of tmmatlan la Noice ]l include: i  The date of te huld rePLetion oC ee and the leam for termination: 1 An explauatiun informing the etomer f his right to ablain an informal preterminafien hring with an employee of the utUity ho m emwered to roJve any. dispute ncernhlg the basis for the heduled tminaton: L3, Instructions /or requiting a preteinatinn hearing prior Iothe seheUled tmitinn, ineludthga lephone number whm the etomer may call to requt saeh a hearing; t4 An explanation that the emtamer may apical a fill disian ultt f a 9rerminatLon hrtng to the Public Ser, iee Cammiian within ven tT days following the date of reeeipl or the ultlity's written statement of its dision h A utilily shall provide uce of any heded termination and notice of a /{l decision in any peetermmation hearing by regisled maiL, rel ript requed, at the ctomer's addr  sh,n an the rords ot the utility or by penal delivery to a responsible mere her of the etomar's haehold If a utlily is unable to pvide notice of giatered mail or pensl delivy, it aha]l nd the required noUee to the Iai offi of the Department of WeLfare ,2 Within sren 17 daya of ript of t he notice requid der suGslion l ol this me, the emtomer may requt a prelermmalion hear zng l¢h [he utility by contacting the utility by .,al by tooph,e or in nun vl:.m iving a requl tar a preermtnatian hearing, the utilRy shall provide an opportmLty to the etomer to prent hie oblations to the proposed terminalt0ll Tile utility shall invtigato all claims made by the euslnmet and shall render a doeiaion in writing. Notice and a cop)' of the decision, including notice Of the right to appeal the dision to the C°mmission. d a form prlb by the Commilan for that purpose, shah be nt to the etomer arng to the predures prribed und subsecti {D b) o[ thin rtde tr a elomer  t a tmination hearing der th .....................  anan le.offt eralna t e t,a[ ctomer's s.ine unt il a deeisian is rdered, and the ctomer has an oppor/ity m appeal the demo, to the CommOn,on roy the ven day priod specified in sultion t31 of this rule• if no 9reteinali arin K is uted by the custoz the mthy may terminate bin er,a a hued. , :, u,mi. e e,, da, o ept of the utlmy' decision m a pr eer mine t ian pree0Jng, a et er may appeal such decision to the Commisslon The Commission shall inv,/iRate the scheduled termination and nderita decision wnhin a anable time following the date an which the pretemimtion ava] w filed under h m suhectLan Notice and a copy of the decin shall be sent to the ct amer ned the utility. If a emtomer ffl a ptetLon appoal dor this sbsenmn\\;me c'emmm,a, shall mmemalely nomy the appropriate ulilit y that the appeal is pending The utility shall no terminate ice to the ctamer during the pendency of the apal I rvice has be. terminated the tm,y bll stoe ser,ee tr,dmg the oute o me appeal ir the ut ,ity hea net reved tiee fm the Comm,sson o the filing of a Freterminatloo appeal within the van day perle6 prcrihed under this subsliou, the utility may teL[e aer,'me ,, In Ieu at te=moatin aee, nh atmty shall oUer an opportunity for a clom to repay any aren.t ownod and owdne on rble tma it the euatomer tabllh that: la  He is unable to pay for the nLllily selee in accordance with the requirements of the utilily'a billing; or rb He is abM to imy f me iee bul only i installmta LegafNotice is) If a emtom m ble to pey his bill f utility iee d a r=ble L.mtaamt r4a  other able agreement, tks UUEt 7  pr,d6,e litigation to the etom neerning the Department cff Welf  other lal ageaci wh pgra y tumlt the etmtom to pay f utility ie. Toe utility =hall abe fard the mm of such etom to the total om of t l:partmt of weue. ta) In c at mediml gx.y, a utility shag not termina(e Lee to a e=to  a u  has harmed the utility withh the ps thirty (nO) days that a me,dice] emm'g exits at u It ot me pro<-,d termination or mat  y weald mmlt tram s tmm,mu. certmmtmn of a motUml emer mint be nnmea (7) Each uUlRy shall report all terminaUom under thin rule to t coon d shall Irlu I. its report wire rpt to ch termJfi the ctattom's e, and addrtas, the date of thetuan,  tort,nnrato,l,d me nber and ag of pe ia the afft hot,old. (l Each uUILty abaft intain  a regular basis a nrd of IinatLon ti, ntacta with tome and iai agci rode at pmeO nngs b U ,ee  ta st the reqa=t 0 a tom, me utmtv my ren=e *' to tud emto, at the e .. vatl t (al muls ot tse cuseoauauon ot s,.a, unl the c=tom ps ate rge for au as orm L the utmtys term. (to) A atiUty y terminate ati at any time without prior nee  a emta it  ,,t  u ctomr'a pise* require auch terminati in Ore iatemt o f public ufety. In =U o et,  ny m'mLU san be aubj=a to t pvo  tat= r=. U  atmty or Ute tomer ed the uons uroa U Im-mlr+u w based+ th millty tmau tm+ .m,,+ to  c=tamer  me outhame at any pet.muau  ,,dth tl Vany  pmtermt,t- ,on apral b,' the camwlm. lid NO utity shall tar rainate iee during the period from November i  March 81, subject to the exeeptl for dange ¢onditlom k subge, ztion it0) aS this ride. During thia .'od any ro   this ru y be tot+owed. Um subJeCt at a,:     to, a date rlier than April 1. IT is OreaO that thl mtt be t f parate hearings for ch type of utigty serv ta be hold in the Cohs 's ltLr Room at the Ca#tel in the Oty of CharJmton on the t day a May, t7, I elU4e utmtles.  t aat day of May, 179. for nut,a1 gaa nUlitl, on the *LI1 y of J. 1979. for water utiliti, on i'm 14th day of J. 1979. far telephone utthti Each such hearbt Is to be held at 9:0 a m. EST. At that time and pla ye my appear and ke Sh ob tion to the pr,od rte  y be eIder proper. Leave  herey granted to anye inter,tinted to tile mments in supper t of or opposRton to uch proposed nile with the Cohml at any time on or befo the th day of May, ltq, IT IS FU R'rmRED ORDERED that me Exutlve Secretary or the Public Service Comn of wmt Virginia give noti of the proposed rnle d of the time d g4 of the hearings on aueh rule by rtml mU. rm e reat to c telephe, natal g. wal, and altrte utility mlder te "uriodietion of the Wt Virigma Pubge Set vi mmhmian. to te Coalitl  Legislation f me Eldly and the Coeu of semor wet vt,.g nm, peiu m c No. ss, to me At toy Ge'rai and the Seexetaty of ,late 'rhe Seeretat o f the Corn misst shag  a copy of thi order to me pubEhed in newpave blt. m  ty a tins state, tar t A Copy. OWAO r. Cr, mINt:A Legal'lNotce Legal Notice OaDF.n OF pUeCATION FmClARV tOtCl CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- The ats of the following MRS C0uier, WaST VIRGtNIA HAZgL YOUNG fidiary  bet me for WlSEMAN Pluto Route, x a tmttlemt: Hinton. West VrgLnLa PLnfiff v vmaRls WISmMAN Detd- nl Cvl AnUon Zo 7C , decked. l C Zhe objt of thts sug is to obtain a mvo fm the heads 17tb day of gr.dL {t nf matrimony3 FW, Saw To the Above Named Defend. otmioner of A¢ts ant: Sem Cotalty+ w Vs. It appearing by affidavit fil Apr. . May 1. s m this ton that Farm Wlr4 Legal Notice man  a non-rdent ot the State of Wmt virgLnia. Lt  ORDEROFPUILICA'ION hereby dered that Feiu cmCIT COURT OF sum. Wimaa e n David L. MEgS COUNTY. WbT Parmer. PLaLmiffs attoy. VIRGINIA ROGER LE wh addre m PO cox , .NSLD ptaLntUf v. Hinton. wt Vir#nla z.l, an KAREN DgLORES pALANZO answer, including any related MANSFIELD Dendant Civil editor claim or dal y Action No. ?'a-C-as mg here IO t he eplalnt filed 1. iThe object of thin aunt s to n ths aeti   ba Mle/ oln a div om tb* ben& 2.  It y fail to do , M matronly3 therfter jodgml, upon pro- To the AbOve Named Deled- per bearing and try. y bz ant: taken agalnat y for the ral It al:arag by affLdavLt filed demanded In tbe oomplaint, in this aetl that Karon DI- A copy of id complaint  a pala Ham field  a non- be obtained from the er- i6ent of t State of wt signed Clk at hs office. Vira. R  rby erdar nted by the Clerk of It that Karma DeLa Palan Court April 24. 19+ Mamfmld e upon David L Edith M. Mdor Zel. PlaLntiff'a attorney. CLERK OP COURT who address m ito Jamm SL.. May 1.S,15 Hlnt ' Wt Virginia 25951. wt wrmla, an awer, m- Report el Lvestk Aunt}an clu&ng any lated ter Sale held Friday, April , lq, claim or defen you may have amottngto$,O.G¢.Sthd to *he eomplaim tiled in this of lvestk wan sold by  actltmfoMaylO,, different eomlgn. d 24 It you fail to do . buye attm" judgemt, upon propor Stk & Feale's: Good. hrlngandtrahybetaken Common,  +i. 6O.5O mended tn the m#alnt. S1ke & Feeders: Steers: A copy of id complaint can Oood, t0e- .00; Medm, he obtained from the under-   sgned Cterk at  om. gtr Calv: olei. I1.0¢- intend by the Clk of td zatm  mdar BmJ Calw: m.c u0.00. CIRK OF COURT Co: CommerOah 57.OO- AFt. 24. May 1.8 ; UtBity. $3.-KS.; Can. her & Cotter, 47.OO- GI co. amls: Commzl & c.ooa, tmE BOtW z. ST+01 Cutter, +0o. o.0o  ueen Anna Boleyn, ond He{for Calv: C1i, as.o- wl/e ot Henr'y VIII was nt oo; Good, szoe- m.oa. io tee "rower of tndo, on 00yl Ca]: . . i ' Mayg IB. Letter To The Editor sur Ote, Clta" ay L 1 tor m.n WV Z Act '--tJus w{IJ be. Ig tby d.eptinn or o vt to Waah,ngt CC ( n me MaUl to attend the ta" of Ant 79. I ge all ean lea and e+t- ize of m.ton to d thm repart and thby Im what the fof  ny doing .ut Lt, yeing. Act 79 enmp ascii o whnle aast a, and one nmnt was tre tm Nebraa The Act of  fair was set up it at the Lmln MemnraI and t o+ de, of toms whein w ctained six ffent rotk dmplang the" arm d .rt .et in a sLle mnt Many nm moplays  oul n the open air Our rar tawn a Rmton was amy rerented in th qmLtmg, wvi.. ing < tt aaUq Stager s.g mchine thai waa  in the Sme Cty OtLzeas tam  leaued by mm ttty Tall man o; Temple Sl and il wed rft. Th folks m.g  of th+s display tor five days, April S, o beLov.loutreh werer tor Se,dor CilLn Cent, Pat- ty talk, P'a efneient help C=nl Meada,. Ix¢brdge, Evelyu m'ed, mg Ck. a. mt aeUve th the Sanaaon Sealor CiUn Center¸ Two nth- e, Bruce Osen. kLey, and Jon AvenU, mntou, were o lea that get  there 'ivi,m to aueh an enl  abeve diner]bed tor thn first time, and you wm appiate rh.t I id aheve "got  there II ts hn that you a nul =ed up tn his int aed wd read ml Jon and Bm l has their corner in auother tem den- atrating the new waler sav ahawa= head lhal  hd-  of gallo OZ wat aad gLw yau a tmt tltog sbawe bath. and the+r nnn- ameumg lulet ttt  nu wateran01sprft fw. ARTICLgS IN TO RECyCLE . haw this wa  0or avallaUB y thNO'mamrr0TImLANI emul try and wife, thanks to He- PmL. An of this aove pty nine Rcg. fo  of- w tor f. tlatK=waCotty, hed Dooultttmgeabout perU a sptay en r,,e s al la.a-ml.  YOt City, for with in m t o- ar a of instal,  noluager get any *hatover o Re=er. We  land.fro , It is harged out R pomUonbwnthCom, into me ltanta Ocean  ex+ ho .e dtplny and t Mietpat perve -??), nat to mUon Land-fro Jtattve stage. The tsar the Atlantic s about to quit w atage w ryel from elt- accertmg thw truh - Chat L can e mnpnys'- well, nlg wh.z = ned toLks LI Whels? Yeu kn, b d aew that 0 pa- eem of tr.sh s we am roll onto mere- nnt tras at all. It ia p of rrealion far Vh io abIe m.l that Much singing, dancing, and Shldnerbathroawayaa folks' playa we petfoad en trash Now here in HLn[on ( and this lstge.  Id- the Cty C.oma nan fm alteat+ve had a rge trck help, astt hen In t ast>, b.s a malseparahwtoLn#, market tar alinum ca, metro, paper, oar. a  r.p, elan food ntaLn, had a glass mslr and Can newapapors, and a place to smasher, d • amh that brugthem to, on the ae,ep metal Trash  placlaobut n  get ennugh public the a w 4 arate m, anlort, we wm canal gls, one, g for gta=,  wte nil, earned, e,c.  q-H foe psr, one m for metal, Club has a mark for ns one red for other e Me1 Park par ned we ave a ket for attdaa picked up  an .lminm, t tra*h aM and brought it DO you rmr way eaek totheR,ousPorya up morn aL the ft af ths d aU the tra th wan '+lte"whereyd'.Acr yel rght the. teat is, "-- I ae hul you 0o m- madeineaer,tblefomto emlr-andWHY Welltwm ld to the peooLe who dad do me n U u- S we attld. Hintan heads m that make some as well to pvd ryelng, At THIS POINT ] edtheActT0faLratMaawwhat WILL ugn'rloN  WORD nerve peopteedoing-wewiU "liLLer". Tt-mla. IS NO ",tt o the me thing he in momb . Except " AnY WaEa UP TI-mRZ mnton. We wm have a fa- for an.a ALONG mGmVAyS On ALL a fair Oy a Uinton me- J AS WASHINGTON IX: sragES, whetheBellointaoadas eel w Tin: MALL. AaSOLULY   Oosmble. is fair will tOT EWN A pEA.m:T bforelVodythatwm am,- CB SHEL Lrmgs Ar'/v,'m:ag, heta to it's  We . IN Tim mSOURCe RE. COVERV AagA, WH Tim aeCVCLZD STAE WAS POS- ITIOtD, THS POLK GAVE A HAPPY BIRTAY Legal Notice PAR'f/ AD  cLos AND GALLONS OE Wlm NICE ls: CASZSANDCASmOpBER. To the Cremto ann B.ne CHEESES . prZEI, fi¢iari o[ the tate of Fred F t,m[NS, l-t BREADS, Goedsoa PEANUTS, nnw walt a mnute. All I having claims THESE WERE PEANUTS IN agait the tate nf the id TISHELL ,.get R+ IN THE FredF ondeceascd, wh. SI'ELL There w not a single ether d or not, a untitled t o pea-nut ahell thro on the exhibit e, with the voucher gund. 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