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P 6 - Hinton News Tues. July 10, 2012 l By Congressman Nick Rahall dedication and common purpose of As we weather the aftermath of everyone else. recent storms, perhaps Andy Like so many times before, West Griffith has been looking down on Virginians, once again, answered us with that signature smile ofthe call to action by calling on our satisfaction that his character, character and time tested good ' Sheriff Taylor of "Mayberry,"natures to band together and help proudly wore after everyone, often each other. While we all hope this including himself, had achievedis a once in a lifetime emergency~ * some new appreciation for family, event, it is fertile ground in which friends or the fraternity of their we can plant and grow seeds of = community, opportunities for future statewide Over the last several days, while emergency responses. : meeting with homeowners and The size and scope of this recent business owners, our hard working storm has certainly stymied the and dedicated National Guardsmen response mechanisms upon which "' and utility workers, I was reminded we have traditionally relied. When of those timeless television episodes, coupled with the struggles involving embodying the Golden Rule. I power outages many families faced witnessed and heard numerous last winter after a wave of snow accounts of family helping family, storms, the costs financially and neighbors helping neighbor, and yes, emotionally mount up. even strangers helping strangers. I am coordinating closely with All of the extra hours and efforts of Federal, State and local officials to our emergency responders, get water moving to where it is most volunteers and those working at our needed. It is our most essential television and radio stations to staple and one we in West Virginia provide assistance and information are used to having in surplus. deserve our thanks. Seems like in After we are back up and running, the worst times, West Virginians I think it would be useful to explore and their caring nature shine the how we might address brightest, vulnerabilities in the electric grid It sometimes took Andy Taylor'sthat increasingly serves as a lifeline wit and wisdom, clever coaxing,for entire communities, as well as, Sheriff's badge or Town Judge'sgiving 'thought to our emergency gavel to get the attention of the stockpiles and evacuation plans. townspeople. But he knew that Our most basic infrastructure needs under the sometimes thick up to date and secure backup headedness, people were basically systems. Let's face it, the longer " good souls. Like so many we know, families are without power,, the more For RENT or SALE We Accept HUD "Rent to Own Houses Available" whether as a father, friend, choir volatile health issues become, member, neighbor or champion of especially in a sustained hot spell the community, Andy led by helping like this one. others lead, lifting the whole town's spirits and abilities in the end. Even in our largest cities in our small state, we can relate to the trials and triumphs quaint Mayberry experienced. Mayberry may not have faced the proportion of storms and their subsequent toll in the middle of a sustained tidal wave of heat. Certainly though, its citizens had their share of outside forces that combined to keep them engaged including everything from bank robbers to escaped prisoners. Time and again, the town's people - benefitted from working together. It sounds so simple, but I-don't think any generation has had a premium ) on the simpler times. Life's complexities and getting along, achieving and building together have always required leaders like Andy, but also depended on the Andy Griffith's passing leaves behind a body Of work that will weather the forces of the ages. Generations of West-Virginians have been entertained and enriched by his little lessons in humbleness and character building. They are lessons that could lead some good Sunday school discussions, as well as some emergency response efforts. Let's hope we never get too old to learn, nor tire of seeking help from all q~arters to find ways to work tOgether, especially if those lessons also warm our hearts and bring us a hearty laugh or two. U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall (D-WV) represents West Virginia's 3rd District. LOOKING FOR HHS CLASS OF "77" We need current addresses for the following people, if you have any information please contact Denise Bennett 304-466-0677 or Robin Giles 304-731-3602. Sandra K Adkins, Myra Allen, Darlene Gross Bennett, Gayla Bowles, Kathy Bragg, Mike L. Buckland, Denzil Cadle, Michael Rae Cales, Jayme Hutchison Davis, Jess Dawson, Patty Deed, Douglas Franklin, Regina Howell Hill, Jerry Lilly, Kaleb Lively, Barbara Maddy, Cheryl Markland, James Martin, Sally McCormick, Andrew McMurry, Daniel McReynolds, Dale Mills, Patrick Noble, Tommy Pettry, John Richmond, Rebecca Romanello, Susan Saunders, Donna Breen Sparks, Clyde Steers, Terry Tallman, Anthony Jay Taylor, Jeri Martin Thomas, Ruby Meadows Wade, Doris Ward, Mary Lauretta Ward, Thomas Ward, Loretta Darlene Wills, Robert Wills, Sherry Gill Wills. We all have big changes in our lives that are more or less a sec- ond chance. ---Harrison Ford ltlelpJbr people with Macular Degeneration Find out if special glasses can help you see better. Call for a FREE phone consultation with Dr. Armstrong, Optometrist Offices in: Roanoke, Charlottesville, Harrisonburg, Wytheville Sr:-RVING SUMMERS COUNTY SINCE 1980 ~r Dr. David L. Armstrong LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE Pursuant to the auth'ority vested in the undersigned by deed of trust dated the 21st day of November, 2002, signed by Jessie Conner, single, to W'flliam D. Levine and J.W. St. Clair, Trustees, which said deed of trust is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Summers County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 194, at page 589, and Golden & Amos, PLLC, Trustee having been requested so to do by the Lender, and default having been made under the terms and conditions of said deed cf trust, and the previsions in said deed of trust concerning acceleration having been complied with by the Lender and present holder of the note, said Trustee will sell at public auction at 5:00 o'clock, p.m: on the 17TH DAY OF JULY 2012 at the front doors of the Courthouse in Summers County, West Virginia the following described real estate: The following described real estate situate in Forest Hill District, Summers County, West Virginia, and more particularly bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point at the northwest co)mar of parcel 24.10 and the northeast right of way line of State Route 12, said paint being the SW corner of Parcel 24.3 feet and the herein described tract. Thence along said right of way for the next three calls; N 24 degrees 45' 16~ W 618.07 feet to a paint; N 18 degrees 02' 30" W 160.93 feet to a point; N 12 degrees 20~ W 21.00 feet to a point; N 12 degrees 20~ W 21.00 it to a roof belt (set). Thence along a southern line of Parcel 24, N 77 degrees 40' 08" E 30.00 tt to a roof bel~ (set). Thence along the western line of Parcel 24 for the next two calls: S 00 degrees 03'49~ E 58.18 feet to a paint; S 06 degrees 64' 3T' E 58.91 feet to a point. Thence along the southwest line of Parcel 24 for the next four calls: S 36 degrees 24'35~ E 154.93 feet to a paint; S 35 degrees 22' 03" E 200.65 feet to a paint; $42 degrees 07' 31~ E 276.01 feet to a paint; S 36 degrees 45' 38~ E 83.55 feet to a gate past (found). Thence along the western line of Parcel 14, S 26 degrees 01' 55" E 141.00 feet to an iron pipe (found) and being the NE corner of Parcel 24.10. Thence along the northern line of Parcel 24.10 N 74 degrees 4T 40~ W passing a roof bolt on line at 222.84 feet and continuing for a total distance 0f236.74 feet to the paint of beginning and containing 1.70 acres more or less. It is the intention of this notice to sell the secured property by proper description as was intended to be transferred and conveyed in the aforesaid deed of trust. The above described real estate is reported to have a mailing address of: RT. 12 Bradshaw Run Road Forest Hill, West Virginia 24935 TERMS OF SALE: Cash in hand on day of sale or within 30 days ofdete of sale upon terms to be agreed upon between Trustee and successful bidder, time being of the essence; payment for unpaid real estate taxes to be assumed by the purchaser. The Trustee does not warrant title or fitness to this property; it is being purchased as is; this is a buyer beware sale and any buyer is advised to retain counsel before the sale. If there is any part of the process of sale which is found to be objectionable, the Trustee reserves the right to cancel the sale. No purchaser should take possession or make improvements in the premises until the Trustee deed is delivered or recorded. A third party purchaser at sale may be required to pay the purchase price plus all recording and transfer fees. Any sale here under may be adjourned from time to time without any notice other than oral proclamation at the time and place appointed for this sale or by pasting of a notice of same. Should the Trustee not appear at the time appointed for the sale and there is no notice pasted of a continuance please contact the office of the Trustee to make further inquiry. Any sale may be conducted or adjourned by the designated agent or attorney of the Trustee. The undersigned is fully vested with the authority to sell said property as Trustee by instrument of recerd. Should any party have any inquires, objections to the sale or protests regarding the sale, or requests regarding the sale,pleasa notify the trustee below by one of the means of cemmunications set forth below. GOLDEN& AMOS, PLLC, TRUSTEE 543 Filth Street, P.O. Box 81 Parkereburg, WV 26102 Telephone(304) 486x3851 Fax (304) 485-0261 E-marl: vgolden& Lender: Gr~enTree Processor: Kristi Payton (ConnerJessie.nts/mbaker/ finished foreelseure2012) HN Jtme 26, July 3, 10 Taxpayer Reminder & Information >-Taxpayer's are now paying 2012 taxes (which are based on July 1,2011) Business and Personal Property Assessments .due by October 1 st. >-Farm Reports due by September 1st. Turning 65? You must sign up for the Homestead/Disability Discount by December 1st. )-Deputy Assessor's are Reviewing the Talcott District this year Greg Vandall Summers County Assessor For photos and details of the above listings, visit our website at Call 304-466-4246 office or call any of our sales associates for details. a 0! J. w. Word, III, Issues Challenge To Hinton Area Foundation For First Time Contributors Hinton Area Foundation is pleased to announce a $10,000,000 Challenge issued by J. W. Word, III of Beckley, WV. MR. Word is a well- known and respected businessman. The Challenge is for first-time contributors to the Hinton Area Foundation. Mr. Word will match first-time donations from a minimum of $25.00 to a maximum of $250.00 up to $10,000,000 in his philanthropic effort to introduce and educate as many as 400 or as few as 40 new donors, depending upon the dollar amount of each contributor. The funds that would be matched (ex: $25.00 first time donation + $25.00 more from Mr. Word=S50.00) would go into HAF's unrestricted grant fund. Mr. Word feels that his unrestricted matching fund will show the strength of community support for the Hinton Area Foundation. Finally, this fund will provide dollars to fund projects in which Summers County citizens have interest. Hinton Area .Foundation is a 501C organization and donations are tax deductible. This is an opportunity to enhance projects in Summers County as well as foster generous giving among current residents, former residents and any folks who feel the desire to share in Hinton's growth. What a onderful opportunity to act on thoughts of giving. DRIVERS CLASS-B CDL: Great Pay & Home-Time! No- Forced Dispatch! New singles from Dublin terminal to surrounding states. 888-567-4861 CLASSIFIED ADS ONLY 35 a word 12 N. THURSDAY (The paper is responsible for only one incorrect insertion.) BUSINESS ADS ine 12 N. THURSDAY If your camper is located in Summers County July 1,2012 you are required to pay 2013 personal property taxes in Summers County according to code 11-5-4. To report your camper please contact the Summers County Assessor's Office at 04-466-7101 *Antiques-Collections & of Value* & Property Cleanout Available* * 304-466-9100 or cell 304-660-5 711 * Real Estate. HC~85 Box 99, Broomstraw Ridge Road, Jumping Branch, WV 25969 " CalIFot, OufLatest ' ................ ' T HIEE Brochures &CataioOs ' ' ' NO ()nb lOtou Thb Co ttiir/Z#ce We DO// #1181 22 ACRES, PRIVATE SMALL FARM. Mostly cleared pasture and hayfields, fenced and crossfenced, "well" fed water troughs. 2 barns, older home has LR, Kit. Bath, BR and new unfinished addition. A very private location, great hunting, good for animals, Beautiful views. $160,000 #1183 NIMITZ AREA, off Ellison Ridge Road. Beautiful mostly level building lot, over an acre, electric available. Great views. #17,500. BARGER SPRINGS AREA, "DOC FOX" ROAD ..... various lots and tracts from 1-3 acres with river access. Priced from $14,500 to $30,000. PERCTESTapproved by SCH Dept. #1137 2 miles to NEW RIVER and Hinton. 3 BR ranch style home on level lot. Relax on the covered back porch overlookiing the creek. Nice family room w f sher woodstove plus gas heat. $49,500 #1159 Barger Springs area, CAMP ON 4 LOTS....Iocated on public stream access road. Cabin is one room, screened porch and storage room. Has electric, satelite dish and an OUTHOUSE. Selling furnished. NO WELL OR SEPTIC. $17,500 #1182 NEW WOOD SIDED HOME near entrance to Pipestem Resort. 3 BR, 2 Baths, all appliances including WID. Relaxing covered front porch, rear sundeck. All furniture and rustic wood porch furniture included. Could be used as vacation rental. CALL FOR APPOINTMENT TO VIEW .... #1170 20 ACRES }ronting NEW RIVER, between Brooks Falls and Sandstone Falls...on New River Road. About 5 acres cleared on river and balance woodland, cliffs and mountain across the road. Beautiful river frontage...$168,000 (appraised value). #1133 46 ACRES OF SMALL FARM, LOCKBRIDGE ROAD, The property offers farming, hunting, views and charm. Pasture and woodland, fruit and nut trees, garden space and wildlife. 3BR home, porches, outbuildings and "wood cook stove". $150,000 #1102 JUMPING BRANCH, 12 acre hobby farm, fenced, 3 stall barn, 2 car garage, chicken Coop, mostly level to sloping land, 14X70 mobile home, 2 ponds....must see. $145,000 #1148 BLUESTONE MUSEUM" property located on Hinton By- Pass. Formerly a museum and taxidermy shop is needing a new owneE These 5 lots fronts 250' on New River and Rts. 3 & 20. Public water and sewage available. The building needs work but the location is great. $175,000. #1155 QUALITY, CUSTOM BUILT, BRICK HOME - This 2 stow, 8 year old grand home is situated on a 2.2 acre lot in the Jumping Branch area. Gourmet kitchen with S/S appliances, 3 bedrooms, luxury master bath with Jacuzzi tub, fireplace, study, hardwood and ceramic floors, 4 sets of French doors, custom designed SUN ROOM, breezeway, two additional baths, central vac system, full basement and 2 car attached garage. Natural light floods the home. Custom window treatments and custom window seating is included. The lawn has extensive landscaping, bi-level deck and paved driveway. $440,000. #1156 BRICK HOME ON 2 ACRES...Iocated just past DOH garage on RT. 12. This home was a beautiful home and is now in need :of upgrading and repairs. Paved Driveway, huge garage, patio, private well and septic. 11 rooms plus.., call for appointment to see... $70,000 #1146 1300 Summers Street - 2 separate units. LIVE in one unit and RENT the other unit to make your mortgage payment. Unit one - 3 BR one Bath. Unit two - BR one bath. REDUCED $45,000. #1164 TALCOTT 3 BR home on 2 lots. Nice front porch and enclosed back porch, partial bsm't and workshop. Located across from entrance of new John Henry Park. $52,000 #1120 POWLEYS CREEK ROAD, 75.2 acres of farm. This fenced property currently has horses, a creek, pond, barn, great views, good hunting. Agreat place to hike, ride ATVs,horses .... there is a old homesite with old well, electric. $169,000 #1111 RIVER REST, Pence Springs, 3 BR. ranch home or retreat with metal roof, screened )orch on .378 acres. Deeded access to Greenbrier River.. $42,90) #1124 Beautiful mountaintop farm, surveyed 180 acres, hayfields, pasture, woodland, springs and pond. Very private setting, unique home, several outbuildings, spring and well water. $295,000 #1105 712 TEMPLE ST. Historic 2 story brick home, 4 BR, 2 baths, bsm't. The home has beautiful oak trim and hardwood floors and staircase. Aspacious covered front porch, large fenced back yard, patio. Very nice home....$69,500. 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