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6 - Hinton News Tues. June 7, 1994 Local School Selected For Federal Program VALLEY TRAINING CENTERS, PRINCETON has been selected to participate in the Federal Direct Student Loan Program beginning in the 1995-96 academic year, U. S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley announced recently. VALLEY TRAINING CENTERS is one of 983 schools announced by Riley. They are among the first to participate in a new streamlined system to restTucture the nation's student loan programs. "These schools will have an op- portunity to demonstrate that direct lending can indeed simplify the administrative tasks of educational institutions, lower costs to taxpsy- ere, and most importantly, provide better services to students," said Riley. Under the new program, the fed- era] government provides ]cBns di- rectly to students through schools. By eliminating middlemen --guar- anty agencies, secondary markets, banks and other private lenders -- direct lending eliminates excess profits, while reducing administra- tive burdens and increasing effi- ciency to make borrowing easier for students. By taking advantage of the fed- era] government's ability to borrow money at a lower interest rate, di- rect lending will save taxpayers bil- lions of dollars. The new program also offers studente a repayment option that tailors monthly payments to t he borrower's income. There are more than 6,500 public, private, 4-year, 2.year, and proprie- tary schools eligible to participate in the direct loan program. VALLEY TRAINING cENTERS met the following criteria for partici- pation: -- participates in the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP); -- had a cohort default rate in the FFELP of less than 25 percent in fiscal year 1990 or 1991; -- has the technological capabil- ity to participate electronically now or in the nest future; -- has demonstrated administra. five and financial responsibility. Last Nov., the Education Dept. ,elected 104 pmtmmndary schools to participate in the first year of the program, academic year 1994-96. The direct loan volume will increa to 40 parent for ecademicyear 1995- 96. President Clinton's direct lend- ing proposal, the Student Loan Re- form Act of 1993, was passed with bipartisan mzpport by Congress as part of the Omnibus Budget Recon. ciliation Act of 1993 (P.L. 103-66). Audrey Thomas Recewes Award From Concord Reading Council Audrey Thomas (left) receives Concord Collegg Reading Comleil award m Council PredmtKarm Elmore, ;  ,( ; , Audrey L. Thomas of Lewisburg was named the first recipient of the Distinguished Member Award from the Concord College Reading Coun- cil on May 4 during the College's 33rd annual Honors Banquet in Athens. Presenting the award was Read. ing Council President Karen Elmore of Union. She told the banquet audi- ence that the recipient "is devoted to education and the promotion of lit- eracy on campus and beyond." Tho- mas is the Reading Council's vice president. She is a senior majoring in Ele- mentary Education kindergarten through grade eight, with additional study in Early Childhood Education. She is a member of the Gamma Beta Phi service organization, Kappa Delta Pi education honorary, the International Beading Association and W. Vs. State Reading Council. She has received a Concord Col- lege UndergraduatoScholarship and the Underwood Smith Teaching Scholarship funded by the state of W.Va. Thoma a 1991 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, is the daughter of Jim and Jenny Thomas. She is engaged to marry Mark Pereinger of Pence Springs in Aug. Hinton Area Elementary News Parent Volunteer Visits Classroom Mrs. Vicki Caleds third grade classroom had a parent "volunteer. Mrs. Vickie Lemon came to talk and share her experiences with the classroom. Mrs. Lemon works for Ex- tend-a:Care in Becidey. "Jump Rope For He00" Students in Kindergarten and First Grade partiellmted in Jump Rope for Heart . This contest is sponsored by the" American Heart Assoei_ation. Pieturad is first grader Jessiea Mitehem from Mrs. Ryan's first grade clamnoom. LEGAL NOTICE SgVICE OOnMI$1ON Off WIBT vnINIA CHARLISTON CMB NO, g/-0n?PC MOUNTMNEI GAS COMPANY NOTICK OF HRARING O March 4. 1994. Mountairme s Cmlm ) filed a pltn riuesting approv oa primal to  aditt ou its customers' bills fee luml8 tdling almaty Tw, Million D0l- hu {t:t000ee) fa. toke4r-lV eentraet mferma- tim mwdmrl to be remived from Columbi s M*uatalnes p.tittm ulld that mith it nee It* m hay. mmtved mAu e( thi mtl- t t tllm,t ,tbeu Mountaltmpm izvl& Ig t4r-Iv tmt matkm  to tto tstm.s  Nmmb 1, I, Mmtolm,r belly, s that the  of nmds whi it ne 1 rec, iv,. with the effect oftMs tr wmth, r on mzstmu's bals. mquir oth than t nermul t,t- ZDI e4 tfuds thlt t Ill Mstoy born1 followed by Mmtr. (1tltm, Pare. 6). ia sul*rt t lt lmMg. Mouatoim net tlmt the atmme mmth egpedeneed tkls dntor hat led to M@h than sntilmtod Mils and that devlatie mm It vmalreditinglmdum would amist customers in mging thIr ob|ittlen (Ptit|on, Pant. 7). Mtmtsimm ruutd that it be permitted to peovlde eredita for beth rotund motmt to ito ctmtom- bilk, wldeh wSl be mmlvl in May far mee in bpil. Motmtalmm elm rpmtod tlmt tha  appte tha credit allomtion method* dqff mt fm'th in lt Ixitlm (Potition, Pm. 6). On May 18,1994, tim Public Service Commission ofWmt Viqjinis (m mimfm) lmml an Order ir with Mountainu that ruunds of this magnitude and the mmually hanh wintor dt- dv/atl.n fr.m the normal Imxmdum r mtumln tmda The C6m__mimt betteves that Mountaineer's ualee eue- t4mm uld immedttdy remtve the full bent of the retund In the Commiudm's opinion the brat way to semldlsh this is thr0q  cbecka Aeeeed- tngb', rather than mdlting tmtomer'bills, the Com- miutea is e the opinion thst the refund ebeuld be diepermd by distributing refund chadu to the *aim Nt4OfJ tJFJ 11 (0) d0tys   dLe of It4 erda. The Cemmllen b further et the oplnin that may t Iturred and intere earned by Mmtairt. me in lministinll them refunds should be eenmd. in Metmimmt mutt Rule 30-C proceeding. On May 20.1994, Mountulneer flied s petition fee memuddmttion of the Cemmi's May 13, 1094 Ord mqumting that the Order be motfled to allow 'ki]n etmmmee jroop to he r.thmied by a .-:dit to thdr MU, mtbe than by refund cheek Ou May 17. 114. Motmtoirmr's ltlw f" ddwstim wu gnmt and the Commlmim OR- DgRED that MountoimsrOu Compsn be lmrmitt*d to mfml the Ibllowin4 ctmtemer greups by credit to thalr bill mtlu than by refund check: a. Ctmtemers whme mrivm has been dteconnctod duo to nm-imyment; b. U"t who have entered into imYment plan with Meuntaineer due to s delinqtmnt aeeotmt e. Cuemer8 whine delinquent cctnt balance has been tm.ned over to dlection 88enc, d. Ctmtomers whme de"nquet acotmt balance hit/be wttms effby Motmne as unolectibl and L Cuat0asm who otherwlm have delinqmmt u- mmt  but to which none d'th above ction hsv* mt bm tsm A Imblk hea/n this matter k ledul*d te m Thursday. June 0, 194, in the C.mimim HmrinZ Room, 01 Brash Street, . Wt Vllnla. begtdng at IP.SO a.m.. in 1 to  m mmal itm At tl Jd. ull Isrl til b Mmmtaim  Cmlmny, tbe SmffdtbePub]l Senke Cemmimim, the Cmsm= Advat Divdcm, Cam G*s Cempany. and any ether Intmted part/e HN Juae 7 Graduates Ms. Deborah Ballengse of Leath- erwood Rd. was a recent graduate of Valley Training Centers in Prince- ton. She received top honor as Vale- dictorian for the 1993 - 94 Winter/ Spring graduating class. Dabble pcesved an the Madical Qfflce TechrW.ality. Graduation ceremonies were held May 22 at the Ramada Inn of B]ue- 00eld, wv. Dabble is married to Troy Bal- ]enges. She is the daughter of Fran- ldin and Shealvey Rate]life of the Leatherwood Rd. She is currently employed at Rite Aid Pharmacy in Hinton. Loans Available For Small Business Do you have a small business, even one operated part time out of your home, that you would like to expand? Do you have a trade or a product or service you think could become a business? If so, the help you have been looking for is now available. Many small business owners find they do nothave the credit history or collateral to qualify for bank loans, or that the amounts they want to borrow are too small to he profitable for banks. The Monroe Neighborhood En- terprise Center (NEC) is designed to fill the need of such ndcroentrepre- neurs. Through the program, par- ticipante receive basic business training and have access to loan capital in graduated amounts begin- ning with a maximum of 81500. Participant= operate in self-selected groups of 4-7 members and analyze one another's business plans, ap- prove one another's loans, collect loan payments and provide a net- work for advice and upport. One group has flnied training and has just approved its first loans. They say the program is the best thing they've ever seen for small business people. A second group is in train- ing, and everal small business owners from Greonbrier, Summers and Mercer counties are looking for others to join with them in forming groups so they can participate in, ]urn fl, om, and benefit from the program. Wouldn't you like to join them? The NEC program is open to resi- dents of Monroe, Greanbrier, Sum- mer Mercer and Raleigh counties. An information meeting will be held 1es., June 14, at 6:30 PM at the Monroe Community House in Un- ion, earner of Main St. and Rt. 219 S. All intsrmRad persons are invited to attend. For more information, call 772- 3381 and uk for the NEC program. E. "WHITEY" ELLISON REAL ESTATE (DUPLEX) cerner of and Summers Street. First Floor - 5 teens, 1 172 losed in front porch, partially furnished. Second floor . 4 rooms, 1 full bath and uUl/ty room with built in partially fro'n/shed. Dwelling ha8 full size cement basement,, gas hot water heat, storm window and doors. Good rental property, presently occupied. Shown by appoint- ment. PRICE REDUCED. 7th. Ave. and Temple Street Stere Building. Full  bale. ment. 5 room apartment up- stairs with carpet. Private entrance. 466-1100 June McGraw, Broker-CREA New River Road- 12 acre tract overlooking New River with river  Good investment. Can be sold off by the acre. Sse,000. West End- 21ote 40' II0' each. Overlooking New River. 810,000. Avis Good Commercial property on Pleasant Street, rmmlngbaek to Main Street, and on this property their is a cinder block build/rig known as Avis Laundry Mat, a large build- ing known as H/nton Auto Parts, and a 5 room house with full size bath, fireplace with gas logs. Beautiful oak floors and woodwork, nice big c]os- eta, full size basement, gas hot water heat and enclosed porch. Shown by appoint- ment. 74 acres, more or less, situ- ated on the head waters of Little Wolf Creek in Forest Hill District of Summers County. Good timber and is excellent for deer and turkey hunting. We need small FarmL 25 to 30 acres, let us list your Place. Let me llst your property. Eldridge ElIison, Jr REAL ESTATE BROKER PHONE 466-1127 HINTON Ronnie H. Shuck Salesman Phone 255-4286 LEGAL NOTICE FIDUCdgY NOTICg The follow/ng anmml mttlement is new befem m Rehaem U. Gin, Caefittm & mne Ferlmm IRRy is. MANN Flduchtty Cmmtumr HN Jun 7,14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTIC OF FILING ' grATg ACOOI2RT To the Cmdito and Bafleiarl eftbe wtthia deemmd pmom: I hae hafore me tha fom'qr demNed ponem and the aemunts st' the ladarlm tr tha/r mtato eedmu wtua  tm,s. MaA th=. p. O. 155, Jum#nz eneh, wv: Demd, a Oem Rtin Ptduehwy: Virn Rinee Bas 118 Hlnton, wv; Ddm  wm,  Will, y. Rt. 1, Hem tl,  wv; Dmkat Dea wmey. ldueta. Lucy wta.y. r  Aw, Htntm, WV; D*eedent: Dm-ddd , l'uds:. (smT Temy. BE  Sk*itea. WY; I)mt:  Lov 8,, Fkiudm. inis Lew Beg 111. F HJn. wv; Debe Jtm d. ltuc. W,lam. lla. Mat Item WUm,. 1 plmmat i: Joy Hud,m and m Ndy, HC 715, Bg IC, I, WV; Ddt: Wulls Dill,  L- f,e Dilim, HC  B,ffi 80. Wamide, Wv: D-,I P, om Bo,q, tdu,u,r, m.h.rd . 5771 Northup Rd., dt,  vO, All imrs havlns a ehdm at the stats ef any e( the ahavenamed deemNd  whether due er net, a net/ed to m@db/t mine with vemm thwe hl  te tha la er sh - md pmmm u sdsmm italia 7S dm  ttm flx publtlm hwr tlat,r thanAulmg I, I4;  if net m uhtbttod to meh dudmy by that dsto to *xMlt tha ta at tha etam  th, undmlla udaty =,li wltldu l:e dsys r net Istr than ther  1904;  sr otull meh shims m by k beudHtm all ImmSts 'mbl mt MI the,e harem t undm/p.d adudm mp,,vt. ewby tha dtohut ulve 8howtl toemmine]sims 8nd othm Imtt th OIvm uad m bud this $1t da0w/Ma, 14. Summmu Ceuntv uev  HN June 7,14 LEGAL NOTICE I have hafbee me the Inpm-l mV.kmmst *g the estate ot Ide Odmmett, de,cued, which sMil  be- fare the Suemm C4me C4mmimim en June 511, Given unde My Imnd this Slet day My, IL lluebw/8upem HN Jtme7 New River - almost I acre lots. 100' River frontage, Private Road, large trees, bordering River. Never floods. Commercial Building - Bal- lengee St. occupied. 10,500 sq. ft. exeeUent location. Buyer can assume lease, f5,000. Wholesale Furniture Stere and 5 acre salvage yard. In- cludes salvage license. Rt. 3, 5 miles south of Alderson. Hinten . 3 BR. frame, 1 1/2 hath, garage. In good repair, large front porch, near schooL Price Reduced to t32,000. 401 Summers Street. attrac. tive older colonial style home. Remodeled, new kitchen, 10 rooms, 2 full baths, carpeted,  large front porches, carport, corner let. Or san he 2 apts. Se,00. 309 6th. Avenue. Frame 3 BR., bathe, dr, large It, garage, full basement, lots of storage. Good eond/tion, good neigh- borhood, convenient. $35,/)00. Hix - 22 acres 1.75 miles from hard road at Hix. Privacy. Beautiful view. El*etrii mad telaphone  avaiIable. Spring on property. 812,000. Hix - 86 secluded acres, 2 1/2 miles from hard road. Beauti- ful view includipf view of New River Goro3ce and pri- vacy. Prosleet 6/10 acre pc- tential pond site. Waterfall, some imsture, 30 minutes from 1-64. $3800. Sandstone . Kings Mt. Rd. Rustic 2 BR. house, I0 acres, I0 minut from 1-64. 818,000. Barkadale. Summer cottage, 3 rooms and bath, on I00' road frontage to creek. New River access. WAN'ID REAL ffAT2 LISTINGS We have Buym WE ALSO BUY RFJkL FTATE June McGraw- Broker 466-1100 After Hours - 4f-1767 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE SALil ON VAIAIM M/AL lrATg By v/rtm d'ths autha  in me mm" a DI rrust dstod tim 18th day dJu. ll. snd t rmlin t OtsJs Ckkd'th*Cm Cmm- d orSummCem,WeViqliztatnt !)! Bo 181 at 817,emmtodbyK& SManqDmmt, Fan1hm L', a Vi mqmmtlm. I will m tlm ad day ef Jura, IN4, at 100 A. at tha at 4m er tha Smam Cat Ca,rth,m st lliatm, S- emm C*enty, Wt Virz. eS  ml* at Wde attlm to tha Mshmt ltw, th* /al , }stated/a  Cma, to wlt: ALL that me.,/a tmet w Im*l d real mmto dedllmted , Let #l,Blak L Ssa/m .H ,ewa  8 mp pmd by 4. Chmbe I.LJL. .tat AND mqNG A PAIIT OP tt mare ptm/ ms- VIRGINIA DIVIBION OF TIgAN*OaTATION Divlsdn e Hisbwe 8mid IS will be  by the Watt Vnia Dmt t Tnumtotio mi,im ef Hl4ways 8t Its emm in Bmding Pive, Room A- 148, 1900Kanawlm Boulevard East, Charleston. West Vtr- 81n W(-040 tmUI 1O AJd. Jura 14,14 end mid pe will be publicly  Jmd msd tmmedj- atd  fw tha m,tti r tbe felewlng 00o70.014. 00; Fedmzl Preset: Deecrlptbn: RESgJAClNO  CREEK MOtrffrA/N RD JUT g44/8 TO JCT DL.TA 8 OOUNTY: ,T]iOIE]gS; d1:88; ntm*lO1411; 8tatoPr 834 RF.JRFACINO ELK KNOB OAD 75 LFN: ID .1 M1. N CBICOUNTY: SUMMERS. Prq will be rmived om pmqualtfled and wmt Virnis IkeMd mtrtm oaly ampt that on Fed*ml-A/d la watnta I/em*e tenet re- ql4 at thm bkl, bt will be mqnd harem werk san bqlz Bqlistmtim I. Zlultl with tha Depart- meat Aa/aktr*ti I)/vim e(Purd lu u- mrham th Cat  & Stoles I ef tha Wmt Vim--ia m. MI mtraeta mbm/ttin bi en lm.eet( mmt Iiude ne of the fdiowiag frms nty Bead. Ckhl* Check, w t/aed Chack br t000 e 8t d tmal btd.  i imtor. *l"m am imbm ea whkh mV eeatmeter th a Cmq "W" tlm ItatnS  ha uli- sU* tobL a.w,,,vwtt .rtmat ,rrneutht/ wpmqmm th. .to  mm/vh,l Imblt qm, pt.opmls fw  peg d,mt,dta thl m- ttmmmt. All Ikl bekll valkl I1 pmml mat =1 ti 4at, tim peqb wl ha lved ud 1 almati immm timt In m mmwt mtml tt, muut to rids vtlm, mtu . m mWl 1 ha amk4 tll mmit to smdt Mdsi mmm, to tl izltatim ml dll mt b dlsm(nstsd sft m ths Stands rs . maS. s  mUmsl  In mid*mUm r n v unto K & S Msmssmmk la, a Wmt W awaL /n by dsl datd 8qml flil.sml d nml POigTAION Wmt V/qn/a,  Demt ]ek 15. at pqo lW, Gem T 81dlmpd Th, tvm ,trek dl be hta hml m tl day Aubtaut  of role. SI role is meet t# U tme m due " to HN/ty 81. Jtms 7 imum d m mid . Dm, d tl tha th d*tM, 14. lZmgR W.  11ffJS'll HNJtmeT, 14 Rt. 1 Box 86 Ballard, W.Va. 24918 JUST LISTED IN THE FOR- EST HILL AREA - on the Monroe/Summers County llne. 133 acre farm with 3 BR. home, combination LR & DR. Ritchen, bath, fireplace with insert, sewing or music room, screened in back porch, full basement with 1/2 bath and Fisher stove. This farm con- sists of a 32 66 tool shed or shop. Horse barn, machine or hay shed, several utility or storage buildngs, grape har- bor and fruit trees. 3/4 cleared land with 2 ponds and good pasture land, balance in wood- land. Paved driveway. home has good privacy, yet it is located on hardtop road. Will consider selling in 2 par- cel FOREST HILL ON RT. 12 - a nice 3 BR. home. Livingroom with ceiling fan, bath with shower, kitchen with built-in cabinets, front porch car- peted, back porch with treated lumber. Full basement with combinatiou garage, natural gas furnace, paved driveway, 2 wells, large lot with fruit and evergreen trees, a tract. In a very convenient location. $46,500. GREENVIIJ ARF - Monroe Co.2 story, 10 room home, built before 1900 with no major changes since. A candidate to he restored. t"venient loca- tion in th'O.eVvillage. Only 1 acre land. Near school, bank, church, etc. Also public wa- ter. Call today. FOREST HILL GREENVIIJ AREA. Monroe Co. 3BR.brick home, 1960 sq. ft, livingroom, large family room with fire. place with vala rock walL Combination dining room/ kitchen with custom cabinets. 1 1/bath, front porch, sun poroh, partial basement, lots of closet sp, ace, eleetie,C Lug heat. 2aF attached ]rik finlshed Ifarage. Large" 'in " ground swimming pool. This home is situated on approxi- mately 58 acres of land in a beautiful setting in Monroe Co. Fronting on hard top road. 30 60 barn, 12 x 60 storage or tool shed. 2 ponds, 1/2 cleared, 1/2 woodland. Ideal for retire- ment or hobby farm. This could he the one you have been looking for. Call today, price has been reduced. MARIE/FOREST HILL AREA - 1 1/2 story 5 BR., cinder block home. Livingroom, hathroom, kitchen, enclosed hack porch, full basement il furnace. Situatedov 'acra ofland, on hardte,.Voad. Fruit and other trees. Needs a septic tank and some repairs. Only $28,000. UNION AREA MONROE COUNTY - Beautiful 3 BR. brick home, livingroom, fam- ily room, large combination kitchen and dining room, kitchen nook, lots of cabinet space. Bathroom, carport, mud room, fully finished base- ment with recreation room and canning rom, office, bedrooms, full bath. Gas fired furnace. City water and sew- age, TV Cable. Situated on a large lot in a very nice section of town. You must see to ap- preciate the quality of this home. Only $78,000. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light I Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 LEGAL NOTICE The Sums County Council m   be aelgi. dl bids m a 198 Ded t6 pmm= Van, through June 17, 1994. Plmm submit writtan blds to ummmCtmty Coml m Agi 120Sml Avu., ltinton, WV 5961. Summers Cemty Cadl en AS  the riBht to raet any and an'44. Per morn tlea, ad] Dn Wsrd at 44-4t  In lt by Wmt Virtnla Cemmi,,en en A. ILOJ. HNJu7,14 QUESTION/ANSWER SESSION There wit] be a question/answer session for parents of Summers Middle School students at Hinton Area Elementary on June 7th. at 6:00 PM. Finger foods will be provided. There will also be an organizational ' meeting for a PTO at Summers Middle School.