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6 - Hinton News Tues. July 7, 1992 Lottery "Having' A Ball" Second Chance Winners Announced Ten finalists made some noise at Charleston Town Center recently, as they popped balloons to reveal their prize amounts in the W. Vs. Lottery's POWERBALL -Iavin' a Ball" Second Chance Drawing. Offered in conjunction with the Lottery's POWERBALL game, the -lavin a Ball" Second Chance Draw- ing included a preliminary event last week in which ten entries were drawn from more than 40,000 re- ceived. An entry consisted of one envelope containing three non-win- sing tickets from the on-line game. At the main event in Charleston, the finalists chose balloons which they popped to reveal cash prize amounts ranging from $2,000 to $50,000. Finalists made their selec- tions in the order their entries were drawn during the preliminary event. Winning the top prize of $50,000 was Milo Adams of Fairmont. A $10,000 prize was won by the only female finalist, Velma Gay,on of Eskdale. Rollin Oarrett of Warderville won $9,000, while LwiburgridtJmmm Ceate won $8,000. 'illiltm E. Harris  Nitro took home $7,000, Paul Geiger of Caldwell drew a $5,000 prize and Dennis Barley of Pax won $4,000. The first finalist, Aaron Groves of Cleveland received $3,000, while $2,000 prizes went to Sam Lash of Weston and Joe Garc/aofClendenin. Lottery luck seems to follow two of the finalists, William Harris and Joe Garci& Harris won $1,000 last winter in a W. Va. Lottery CASH25 Second Chance Drawing, then re- ceived $5,000 on a Daily 4 win. Just last week, the 64-year-old, who is retired from Union Carbide, won $100 in the POWERBALL game by matching three numbers plus the POWERBALL. "I've al ways been ] u cky,  he says. "Fve been winning things all my life. I've been battling cancer for five years; now I think I've won that score, too!" While winning seems to be a life- long activity for Harris, if has only been in the past few years that Garcia's luck has turned around. frhree years ago I didn't have a penny. I was sick and off work for two years," the former pipeline worker recalled. I.'M's.i-however, he claimed $25,000 prize in the W. Va. Lottery's CASH25 game. "I don't know if it's fate or what, but this has been going on since the beginning of the year,  he says. Campbell - Flannagan - Murrell House Museum News By Becky Gill, President Our operatingfunds are extremely low. We need to get to work on some fundrai -- soon. I have begun planning the variety show. A date still has not been set. Several of the very talented people who performed last year are anxious to help us again. Irony ofyou would be interested in performingor helping with the plan- ning or production of the Variety Show, please let me know as soon as potable. CPM is a community project. We appreciate verymuch everyth/ngthe community has done to help get the museum going. We want to reflect Summers County of the era up to around 1915. If you have anything you would like to either loan or donate for display, please let us know. Spring is here and it is time to aspiring Antique Dealer to take advantage of this unique opportu- nity. Space would be provided at little cost for the right business minded individual. If you know of anyone who might he interested , please have them contact me for more details, I completedand submittod agrant to the Dept. of Culture and History on Mar. 31st. for funds to repair the leaking chimneys and re-wire the house. We won't get a reply until June or July. A request was submitted to the Summers County Commission re- questing a donation of $1,000 to come out of the hotel/motel tax fund for the coming fiscal year. To date we have heard nothing from them. If they make this donation, the City of Hinton has agreed to make a match- To Speak At Fellowship If you think fun is finished or the good life is over when you receive Christ, come to hear Princeton's own Renee Walker as she shares the vi- tality and joy of life with Women's Aglow Fellowddp and others friends on Tues., July 14. e A native of Princeton, Renee is minister of music at Saint's Memo- rial Church of God in Christ and also music minis'mr for the W.V. North District of the denomination. She has been a Hcen.,-,i evangelist mis- sionary for 5 years following in her parents' footsteps. Her father is pastor at Saint's Memorial and her mother is an evangelist missionary. Two of her four brothers are minis- ters as well. Renee studied at the University of Charleston, completing her L.P.N. requirements in Princeton. She is employed by Mountaineer Home Nursing, caring for critically ill and terminal patients. She considers nursing another aspect of her minis- try. Renee has been invited to the Christian Artist's Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado this Aug. and will be performing in a concert series lo- cally this summer. She delights in travel, enjoying the' opportunity to explore the uniqueness of God's creation. All area women are invited to join us as Renee shares in music and the Word of God on Tues., July 14, at Western Steer, Oakvale Rd., Prince- ton. Dinner buffet begins at 6:00 p.m. National Park Serviice Offers Summer Canoe Programs New River Gorge National River invites you to join National Park Service rangers as they resume their popular River Canoeing Program starting Man. June 15th. This five hour program will be hem from 10:00 a.m.to 3:00 p.m. every Man. through- out the summer. This program is an introduction to basic river canoeing, river read- ing, and water safety. Participants will meet at Hinton Visitor Center for a brief introduction to the Na- tional River area. The group will proceed to the area below Brooks Falls on the New River where Na- tional Park Service rangers will give instructionsin paddling techniques. Participants will practice their skills in a quiet pool, then paddle a three mile section of the river that in- cludes several short rapids. The trip will stop at an island for lunch (bringyour own). Participants will have the opportunity to see wildlife and discuss the natural and cultural history of the upper New River Gorge. Take out is about one mile upstream from Sandstone Falls. ]?re-registration by the Fri. pre- ceding the trip is required, as groups are limited to ten people. Bring your own equipment, i.e., canoe, paddles, and life jackets or you may rent this equipment and shuttle service from alocal outfitter. Additional informa- tion about the trip and canoe rental will be given at the time reserva- tions are made. For more information and to make reservations please call River Gorge National River, Hinton Visitor Cen- ter at 466-0417, or stop by the Visi- tor Center on the Rt. 20 bypass any day between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. start thinking about the yard at CFM. We need someone who would be willing to take ears ofeutting the CAMP THE YOUTH MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA will ing donation of $1,000, These funds be conducting three different ses- would be used to help match our stuns oftheir popular "Pioneer Day share of the grant. Camp" again this summer. E. "WHITEY" ELLISON REAL ESTATE State St. 7' Room House. Nice carpet. Priced to sell. Must see to appreciate. 7th. Ave. and Temple Street Store Building. Full size base- ment. 5 room apartment up- stairs with carpet. Private entrance. Forest Hill District Indian Mills Road 17.97 acres of woodland in- eludes, mall pond, and 5 acres of small timber. Behind Summers County Hospital 40 acres more or less of wood- land. Lots of good timber. 3 large room School House on about A 1 Acre lot, on Leath- erwood road, good well, would make a nice camp We need small Farms. 25 to 30 acres, let us list your Place. Let me Hat your property. Eldridge Ellison, Jr REAL ESTATE BROKER PHONE 466-1127 HINTON Ronnie H. Shuck Salesman Phone 466-5014 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF FILING OF ESTATE ACCOUNTS To the Credito end Beneficiarim of the within daresd permr: I have before me the following decee*ed permms and the accounts o( the fiduciaries of their estates: Decedent: Oral Harvey, Fiduciaries: Raymond llar- vey,Rt. 8G,Ik 101 ,Jumping Branch,WV and Athalene Brumfield, 73 Plier Dr., Dublin, VA; Decedent: Fiiza Graham, Fidtiary: Ruby Jo Graham. 495 Stokes Dr., Apt. 802, Ilinton, WV; Decedent: George Gilpin, F'id u, ciarim: Janet Bresn, P. O. Beat 117, Hinton, WV and Edith Buckland Rt. 1, Box 142, Meadow Bridge, WV; Decedent: tiallie McCall, Fiduciary: Anna Ligh t. Rt. 1, Box I00, Wayside. WV; Decedent: Rarriett Reed, Fi- duciarT: Thomas Read, Jr.. Box 24246, Naahvlle, Tennessee; Decedent: Ethel Sister, Fiduciary: John F'rell, 911 South R SL, St. Albens, WV; Decedent: Satan Lilly, Fiduciary:. Carl Moran, Box 52, Glen Fer- ric, WV; Dendent: Katherine Mauitaby, Fiduciary: Wiles Plumley, 408 6th Ave., Hinton, WV; Decedent: John R. Wi]ley, Fiduciary: Gloria June Willey, Box 546, Ilinton, WV. Any person having a claim against the e=tata of any penmn are notified to aahibit same, with legally verified vouchers, to fiduciary, within 75 days, or nt later than ple bar 20,1992, or to eulrvor within 120 days, at sddrau below, not late r the n November 4, 1992;otherwles anyora}l euchlaima muy be excluded from all benafita of*aid estate. All beneficiaries of esid emte may appear before fldueiury or oupervi by dates shown to examine claims and prett their interestL Oiv uller my hand thie29th day of June, 1997. Fiduciary Supervisor, County Clerk'l Office IIN July 7, 14 DANA. Auxiliary Meets The D.A.V.A. Auxiliary, H]nton Unit #30, met at the Memorial Build- ing May 12th. The meeting was called to order by Commander Cora Lee Arthur. Garnett Meadows called the roll of officers and read the minutes of the last meeting. Geneva Sowder, gave the treasurer report. Card sender Va. Rippetoe gave the report on cards sent to the sick and shut-ins. All reports were accepted as read. All old and new business was taken care of and mail from head- quarters was read. The Bingo party has been canceled for May because of Memorial Day. The meeting closed with prayer by Chaplain Va. Lilly. The next meeting will be June 9th. Refreshments were served by Charlotte Graham and Core Lee Arthur to those present: George and Geneva Sowder, Charlotte Graham, Core Lee Arthur, Robert and Dorothy grass, weedin etc. Mulch has been spread around the sign and in the front of the house where we took out those large bushes. This will elimi- nate the mud. A soon as it is warm enough, we should put in some flow. ers, If anyone would llke to donate flowers for the beds, we need impa- tiens, hastes, ferns, candytuft, se- dum, and clematis. A market peek of impatiens (6 plants) ts a little over adollar. The next time you go by some place that has annuals for sale, why not pick up a pack for CFM. Oryou can call Chris Chanlett and he will be glad to sell you the plants. We are still in need ofvohnteers to work as tour guides. If you can spare just one day a week, or one day a month, it would really help. Just stop by CFlVl and we can put your name on the schedule. This is proba. bly the mostimportant job CFM, All of our other efforts are wasted if we do not keep the museum open for visitors. Due to other commitments, Tummy will not he able to open the Antiques and Gift Shop. I boHeve that this is another neeseeary pro. act here at CFM.Thismldbe an on. going incomo producing , We are looking for an Antique Dealer or Thanks again to everyone who is helping with CFM. For more infor- mation about any of our projects, please stop by the musuem at 422 Summers St. on Fri., Sat. or Sun., or call me in the evenings at 466-5088. Weelc of July 5, i 992 ARIES (3/21 - 4/19}: Doq'10hirk unplemont duties. The sooner you OmphDte tem. the sooner you con COmte On more Imioyob tasks You'll reserve ,mportant /etter TAURUS (4/20 - $/20): Find increomd senm at: sell worth through volunteer work Efforts may turn into port tme }oh w pay. Obstochl, in your pafl will be overcome EMIN! (5/21 6/20): You will be racogniz for your dili. ece ond prOgres, with important proct, Fin0nciol bonus ond/or po- motion ould o}iow, Romonce Io- toms TCttemt (e/21. /l he ompetitive sid of you is strstin 9 to o out 5eizo coearol ot i#uioes and make yo...v s bo Imx a:J worth hstenw to Thorough pmpom- tio i key. LEO (7/25 - 81221: Invermnt in new drett o uit for ,mportonJ oocosion will draw complY- mont.., heghhm mood, giving you hmb in9 of woli o. oir. omo* do** to yoo is obor wdl kapl u#t Decte what attS of your li crave Ari*, votv. Traditional crafts, open hearth -- Miller, Frank Richards, Rev. Car] cooking and colonial games are just a few activities planned for the week long events. For a complete summer class schedule contact the Youth Museum at 252-3730. Edwards, Vs. Rippetoe, Helen Tur- man, Walter Pack, A.R. Harvey, Garnett Meadows, Vs. Lilly, Freddy Lows, and Mark Crawford. Renowned Py(=hlo Elizabeth Meffeo and esaoletel.., are now on the line for your immnal rlings. Prominent medi immnl/ty and educator. Elizabet and her usoeislos  In inoWidual al:oa to allmlogy ana find the "pen;on in t' horoope'. You w rNdtly fsel oomfo and truly Immzed at the ins@ht c te Sllenmd ndivtduats  they pe ,rough e heavens and find  hidden meardn 0 for you. You must be 18 yearn o older to e this mc. Call 11 arn ) 11prn seven days s week. USRA (9/23 - 10/22): Scenar/o high}ights good h4end,, good I*ms Pyhonest, provideunusuoland creaDve entertainment Your efforts wdl be apprecoNK. $O04tPI O (10/23 - 11/21 ): Let your heart dictate your OchOns. What you feel inside i, true and your words and hoaesI actions will be re- warded. Capricorn figures prominent .tGITTARIUS (! !122 - 12/211: Cupid's oerow sailing in your direction New romantic interest will arise Take things dowy so as not to domge ony long term potential. ltlqtlCORN (12/22 - 1/19): Your worm. about Iowd one rnoy be confirmed. Be careful not to moke sic, orion worse. Lend on eor, o help,ng bond. not citicism AQUARIUS (1/20 - 2/18): Sceodo hgjhlightstrovel to distonl place Exffect delays an route. Wr could be  factor Use tirr to your advan- toga Ari.s pbays role PISCES (2/19 - 3/20): Le4' Ortlstic toients ow Creahve efforts : are not oMy o good ouI o reduce ,tress, but may md to *nancial oppor- ! unity Keep your aurs ond eyes open ii I II 466-1100 June McGraw, Broker-CREA FrsBr..qRD D_:_,_ pE00J00.NG New River - By Pass 3 & 20 - Camp & trailer - 120' on River. 153 Pleasant St. Sale Pending Bluestone Park Area - 50 A. Temple St. - 2 story frame, 4 BR. Great View of River - 25,000. - Brick - 2 BR-2 Apts. upstairs. Price Reduced. .V- 2 BR. on lovely 2 Acres. - 4 BR. Brick, ga- rage, good Location * $49,900. Greenbrier River Lots - AV. 1/ 2 Acre or more from 8,500 to 12,500. Private. New River - Lots for Sale - near 1-64. Bellepoint - Lovely 3 BR.. 2 bath - Great location. Excel* lent condition. 63,000. West End - 3 BR. frame, gar- den area. Beautiful view of river. Richmond Bottom - 3 BR., 2 baths, modular home. River access. it i LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE: PETITION OF DELMAS EDWARD WIl- LIAMS AND MARY KAY WILLIAMS, FOR TIlE ADOPTION OF A FEMALE CHllD, UNDER THE AGE OF E IGIITEEN YEARS, NOW NAMED MEGAN ANN MILES AND [-'OR A CItANGE OF NAME PaR TIlE SAID CIIILD "(O MEGAN ANN WILLIAMS. No 92-A-1 The object of the above entitled action is to adopt a child by the name of Megen Ann Miles and to change her name to Mogen Ann Williams. And it appoaringby an u fl'tdavit filed in this uetim that Teresa Miles, the mother of Megan Ann Miles, is a non*resident of the State of West Virginia and is believed to be re*iding in the State arabia and a he,r- ing will be beId on i.he 3rd day of August, 1992, at 2:15 p.m. in the Summers County Courthouse before the HonorabledudgeFnk E. Jol]iffe on mid adoption. It is ordered that Teresa Miles do erve upon David L. Pa rm, plaint/fi", attorney, whese addrm ie PO Box 39, Hinton, WV 25961, an answer er ether defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before July 24, 1992, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against you at any time thereafter. A copy of aid cam plaint csn be obtained from the undermgned Clerk at his office. Enterod by the Clerk of said Court ,June 23, 1992. Edith M. Mcador IlN June 30, ,lu4y 7.14 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALEI) PROI'OSAI,S WILL liE RECEIVED RY THE WEST VII{GINIA I)EPARTMENT OF TRANS. PORTATION, DIVISION UP IIIGIIWAYS AT ITS OFFICE IN ROOM A-148, HI;ILD|NG FIVE, CAPI- TOL COMPLEX, CI I ARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA, UNTIL 10 A.M TU ESDA Y.JULY 2,S. 1992ANDSAID PROPOSAI,S WILL liE PUBIACLY OPENED AND READ IMMEI)IATEI,Y TiIER.EAFTER ["OR TIIE CONSTI(L'CTION OF Till." FOLLOWING PROJECT ON STATE IIIGIIWAYS: STATE PROJECT R089-REM/GR-93 VA]{IOUS COUN"I'Y LOCATION: I)ISTRICT.WIDE Rrs TYPE OE WOItK: INSrALL OR REPLACE GUARDIM L I)ROPOSALS WIIJ, Ill': RECEIVED FROM PRE- QUAI,1PIED AND WEST VIRGINIA LICENSED CONTRACTORS ONLY EXCEI'T TIIAT ON FED- ERAL AID I'ROdECTS A CO NTRACTORS LIC[-:NSE IS NOT REQU lll[-,'D AT TIM E UP BID, BUT W ILL BE REQUIRED BE[-Y)RE WORK CAN BEGIN. EACII PROPOSAL MUST BE ACCOMPANIFD BY A BID BOND,CASI I IR'SCli ECK OR CERT1 FlED CI | ECK FOR 500.00 OR 5% OF TOTAL BID, WHICIIEVER IS GREATER. PROFO SALS AND B II) BON DS MUST BE SLrBMITTED ON STATE STANDARD FORMS WIlICII MAY BE OBTAINED AT TI I E CI IABJ.ESTON OFFICE. TIlE RIGItT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY OR ALl, PROPOSALS. TIIESE .ARE I'ROdECTS ON" WI|ICtI ANY CONTRACTOR WITII A CATEGORY "V" PRE- QUALIFICATION RATING MAY lit': ELIGII]LE TO BID. TIlE WEST VIRGINIA I)EI'ARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DIVISION OF}t IOHWAYSRE- SFRVES T] 1E RIGIIT TO DE PER, DE LAY OR POST. PONE FROM TIME TO TIME THE DATE FOR RECEIVING AND PUBLICLY OPENING PROPOS- ALS FOR ANY PROJECT DESIGNATED IN TillS ADVERTISEMENT, WITIt OUT TIlE NT.CESSITY OF RENEWING SUCH ADVERTISEMENT. ALl, BIDDERS liOLDING VALID BIDDING PROWJS- ALS WILL BE NOTIFIED OF SUCH DEFERMENT, DELAY OR POSTPONEMENT AND TIlE DATE TIIAT PROIK)SALS WILL BE RECEIVED AND PUBLICLY OPENED. THE WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DIVISION OF H1GEIWAS HEREBY NOTIFIES ALL BIDDERS TIIAT IT WILL AFFIRMATIVELY INSURE TtiAT IN ANY CON- TRACT ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO TItIS AD- Rt. 1 Box 86 Ballard, W.Va. 24918 TALCOTr AREA- on Rt. 3 and 12 - 80 + Acres of level to roll- ling Super land for develop- ment, camps, plus much more. Overlooking Greenbrier River with public entrance near. This is a unique piece of property with lots of hard road frontage, yet very pr/vate in back. A quality built 52x60, 2 story barn with large walnut and oak boards. If you are looking for land to develop, the potential is here with public water, TV cable. You must see to appreciate. All 80+ acres selling for $149,000.00. MARIE AREA. 3 BR., restored home. Livingroom, kitchen, utility room, full beth, 1/2 basement, front porch, situ- ated on corner lot with lots of fruit trees, good garden spot, 2 utility buildings. In a very convenient location. Only $25,000.00. GREENBRIER COUNTY DAWSON AREA NEAR 1-64 INTERCHANGE- 97 acre farm 60% cleared with good pas- ture land, app. 40% woodland 3/4 acre pond stocked with fish with large watering trough. Lots of wild life and game, app. 4 to 5 acres well main- tained young orchard some 90 young fruit trees of many different rarities. 20,(tng nut trees 4 differer'ms of grapes. Situa d.hls farm is a super4. p of the line 2Sx64.. Norris Mobile Ho. a mint condition. With full length sun deck and front porch, full finished basement with attached garage. Also 24x24 detached garage and other out buildings. Home is furnished by clear developed spring water. Satellite dish, plus much more. This beauti- ful home and farm is located app. 1/2 way between Beckley and Lewisburg WV. and only 2 miles off 1-64 interchange at Dawson. This could le the one you have been looking for. Call for appointment. All for only $130,000.00. ALDERSON AREA - approx. 1/ 2 acre land, with 10' x 40' trail@r in need of repair. With 2 wells, septic system. 1 mile from the Greenbrier River on the Muddy Creek Rd. All for only $6,000. HINTON AREA BROOKS MT. ROAD - approx. 102.59 acres. 20 acres mostly level land could be cleared. Remainder in woodland with lots of nice trees. 2 or more springs on property. Very secluded. All for only $38,500. For Listings Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Light Broker & Auctioneer Licensed No. 478 Gloria J. Meadows, Sales Assoc. 461925 After 4 P. LEGAL NOTICE CIRcurr COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, VERTISEMENT, MINORITY BUSINESS ENTER- WEST VIRGINIA PRISE8 WILL BE AFFORDED FULL OPPORTU. PETITION OF WILMA RICHMOND, MOTIIER NITYTOSUBMrrBIDSINRESPONSETOTIIISIN. AND LEGAL GUARDIAN OF KATHERINE ALISA V1TATION AND WHL NOT BE DISCRIMINATED RICHMOND, AGE 14 AND WILLIAM M1CIIAEL AGAINST ON TIlE GROUNDS OF RACE, COLOR, RLrrHERFORD,AGE 13, FORACHANGEOFNAME RELIGION, SEX OR NATIONAL ORIGIN lN CON- OF SAID INFANTS TO KATHERINE ALISA SIDERATION FOR AN AWARD, RICHMOND AND WILLIAM MICHAELRIC}IMOND WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- Civil Action Ne, 9.P48. PORTATION CHANGE OF NAME DIVISION OF HIGIIWAYS GEORGE T. SIDIROPOLIS ASSISTANT COMM/SSIONEFI }IN July 7, 14 LEGAL NOTICE FIDUCIARY NOTICE To the Creditm and Bmiaries of tha within euad permn I have befera me the mtt]mmto of the within dtereed pormn which all Ie hefom the Summers ounty Cemmiion the 20th day ef July, 19@2, which tettlemente have bean approved: Hubert HInkle, Nannie Vandatl, Della ] gllgabeth B. glsworth Lueas. Ira Smith, Jamm Williams, Edna Fester. Any pmmm havinganint may appenr at specified or ehm may ha forev berrad lrma asaerU such inlermt. Given undor my hand this th day 'June, 12. Ittth_tM Fiduciary 8upervtmr HN July 7 LEGAL NOTICE FIDUCAIRY NOTICE I have befre mo the final  e( Wiles Plumely al mittt for Katlrlna M-Ulleby, In- ompotenL Giver* undor my hand thla 2th day ef June, 1992. lah.Hshlt Ftdueairy Supervimr IIN July ?, 14 LEGAL NOTICE FIDUCIARY NOTICE The following annual sottlemant ia iQ mg Trelee E. Lilby, Guardian for Christopher A. L/lly. PERRY E. MANN Fiduciary Commimduner HN July 7, 14 NOTICE ie hereby 'ved in lanes with Chapter 48, Article , Section I efthe CodaofWest Fir. ginia of the intemien dWilm Richmond, mother and legal guardian of Katherine Alia Rutherford and William Michael Rutherford to change their name t Katherine Klies Richmond and William Mkhaet Richmond. The petitionere will appear in penum b fore the Judge efthe Circuit Court efSummeCounty, West Virginia, in aeeordan with her parities on the 3rd day ef AuguaL 1992 at 2:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter al the same may be heard in ,uppert eftheir petition for change of name as set forth in this noti may appear on said dale and make propor ebjectiem theret Entered by the Clerk of said Court June 16, 1992 Edith M Mkr Clerk of Court HN June 23, 30, July 7 LEGAL NOTICE The Summers County Ceunil on Agingia reqt- ingbids for program audits for the period of Ogtebr 1, 1991 te September 30,1992. Auditmust mply with ingla aintT audit guidelines under OMB Circular A- ll0 as appliabl Audit .ope includ four federal and Igate programs under the Older Americana Act and T.XX eftha Social Sorurity Act. Intareed pail.ten dumkl submit i bid no later than July 17, 19@2 to Summers County Council on Aging, 120 Second Ave- nue, Hinten, WV 51. Audits must be made by CPA Mrm s or }teemmd public aountant SummeraCounty Comltl all Aging rerlrvu th right to reject any and all btd HN July 7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE The annual aount/ng ef lnald F. Mk, Jr., Comm/ttee for IIerbert P. WyanL an inemn potent, for period ef April 8, 1991 through April 7,1992 and the final accounting for the period endinf May 6, lg02 |1 before the tmderaigned for It period dten (10) deye for review. tIN May 2July 28p