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6 - Hinton News Tues. April 20, 1999 FUND ESTABLISHED Afund for Mary Ann Mender, wife of City Councilman Larry Meador, has been established atthe National Bank of Summers to aid in the expenses associated with her cancer atment. Anyone wishing to make a donation may do so by mailing it to The Mary Ann Meador Fund, do National Bank of Summers, P. O. Box 220, Hinton, WV 25951. PHOTOS TAKEN Photos of drivers license are taken on every Friday at the Hinton State Police Office and Lewisburg every Tuesday and Wednesday. GAITHER HOMECOMING Gaither Homecoming will be held Fri., Apr. 30th. at 7:30 PM at the* Coliseum - in the round at the Charleston Civic Center. Ticket prices: Artist Circle $22.50 (not discounted); Advance $16.50; Seniors (60+_ $13.50; Children (2- 12 years) $13.50; Special groups of 20+ $13.59 (Only available at Civic Center Box Office). For ticket purchase call Ticketmaster Charleston Area (304) 342-5757 or Huntington Area (304) 525-5757. I[11 III III I III II II PUBLIC NOTICE Applications will be given for the Position of Patrolman for the Hinton Police Department on Thursday, April 29, 1999 at 6:00 p. m. at City Hall Council Chambers located at 322 Summers Street, Hinton. For more information? Call 466-3255 POLICE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION I I I II I III IIII I III III IIII III I I I I I I I III I IIII I AUCTION Friday, April 23, 1999, 1:00 PM At Sandstone Fire Dept., Sandstone, WV. Take 1-64 to Sandstone exit, take RL 20 S. toward Hinton, from 1-64 - I/2 mile to Fire Dept. From Hinton take Rt. 20 N to Sandstone. Watch for Signs. Glassware end Collectiblea: Rosevllle, Fenton, McCoy, Carnival Glass, Ruby, Red, Homer Laughlin, Virginia Rose, Currier & lees, Occupied Japan,Blue Willow, Griswsld, Clowns Collectiblss, Buttons, S&P Shakers, Round Coke Barrels, Lighted Coke Signs, Coke Tray, Coos Cola Cooler, Pepsi Items, 7-UP Cooler, 1965 Pepsi Thermometer, Metal Coke Cartons with Bottles, Coca Cola Mailbox, Marbles, Carbide Lamps, Miners Hst, Script, Railroad i Signal Light, Simplex Railroad Jack, Big Copper Ship Wail Plaque, Old Iron ; Pots, Cast iron Items, Crocks, Miners Lunch Bucket with Pie Tray, Mine Anemometer, Set of Pony Boy Cap Pistols with Holsters, Philippines Sword with Leather Case, Antique Radios, Sausage Grinder, Lg. Hunting Scene Picture, Cam) Pocket Knife, XX Hswkbifl Knife, Other Pocket Knives, Furniture and Acceseones: Walnut Couch-Rocker & Chair, Old Round Wicker Table and Chair, Oak Table with Chairs, Old Kitchen Cabinet with Flour Bin, 3-Wooden Kitchen Cabinets, Set of Oak Homemade Rockers, Oak Fireplsue Msntla with Mirror, Large Oak China Cabinet, 2 Oak Rockers, Cherry Cabinet Model Radio &l;teflm; Jenny Lind. @.+Ood Tsl)=h+ Poster Bedroom Suits- Bad-Jeom'-CMm Old Cedar Lined Wardrobe, Sellar KitcJ1Mt Cabinet, Bsetl,,.3P. 19S9 Ma8@ylBSuite, Cloot Bath Tubs, Redwood Porch Furniture, Speed Queen Wringer Washer, Old Frigidaire Ironer, Odd Chairs, Wood Table with 4 Chairs, Old Mirrors, Large Outside Ught Fixtures, High Chsir.2x6 April 20th. Tool=, Etc.: Craft=man Riding Mower, Lawn Mower, Wesdeater, Sewer Cable, McCulloch Chain Saw, Guitar, Trombone, Yamaha SNARE Orum, Restaurant Meat Cutter, 10 ft. SatellIte Dish, Camper, Refrigerator, Old Bicycle, Odd Tools, Table with Umbrsella and 4 Chair=, Oil Heating Stove, 2-Oak Folding 13/Tables, Numerous other Items. Lloyd Gene "Sarge" Ayers, Auctioneer Not Ruponsibla for Accidents WV Llc. #946, VALic. #1996 Refreshments Available Terms: Cash or Checks with I. D. ,I Jl I, ii li Id I Nil i I li ii "'SEXUA' I. H A R A'"S "SME NT ' BIG ISSUE IN HOUSING The City of Hlnton is a recipient of a Small Cities Block Grant from the West Virginia Development Office and the U. S. Department of Housing end Urban Development for the purpose of the Sandstone Sewer Project. This grant carries a requirement that the City of Hinton "affirmatively further fair housing." It is important that citizens 1rod landlords understand fair housing laws including dofinitiona of protected clasasa and explanations of their rights. To do so, the CRy of Hinton ia making an effort to provide information on Fair Housing laws and present examples of possible problem arose. For enmple, sexual harassment ia becoming s big Issue in the Federal Fair Housing Law. Housing providere should be aware that they are responsible for any of their actions end the actions of any of their employees or agenta with regard to sots of sexual harassment. The owners of an apartment building were ordered by the federal district court to pay a total of $432,000 for sexual haram,nent of female torrents by the resident manager. This was in addition to $572,000 already paid by the company for damages to other female tenants who had filed private lawsuits. After announcement of the award, Attorney General William P. Barr stated, "No Amedcen ehould have to endure sexual harassment or sexual advance= for any reason." Placing any conditions of rental or sale of property on the granting of sexual favor= oonatifutse Nxuel harassment. Creating a hoatile or Intimidating atmosphere in hotming through unwanted sexual remarks, innuendo=, sexual gestures, or display of sexual mateflaie may also be construed as acts of sexual harassment. Oommon types of hareuing behavior Include offedng rental for sexual favors, making repairs or providing benefits on the basis of sexual request=, or agreeing to forego rent in exchange for sex. Tenants should be aware that the landlord or owner has no right to enter the rental premises unless reasonable notice has been giwm to the tenant or there Is need for emergency repairs. If you have questions or are seeking infommtion regarding sexual harasemant in housing, you may contact the Fair Housing Oivislen of the U. 8. Department of Housing end Urban Development at {304) 347-5316. Tt'4 City of Hinton, u s mlplent of federal fund=, is an equal Opportunity employer who does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age and disability in employment or the provision of mrvicea. Brochures and other publicetione regarding Fair Houeing may be picked up at the Fair Housing Division of the U. S. Depsrtmentof Housing & Urban Development, Charleston, We. [ li II I LEGAL NOTICE WreST vnINIA DlCPARIIUr OF TION Division of NOTICZ TO COIACTORS Sealed proposal will be received by the Wut Virnia Department of Transportation, Dive.on of Highways at its o/ in Building Five, Roam A-148, 1900 KAnawhs Boulevard East, Charleston, Wast Virginia 2qOr430 Imtil 10 & M. May 04,1999 and said propo*ale wtB be publicly opened and read immediately therer f the cohortS.ion of following insect(s): Call: 066;Contract: "9)086r34001M}0-00034 00; Description: Rsourfaing Lowell Road. Begin: Bridge No. 46-15-0.20; KNIt. 100 LF  CO 15/2 COUNTY: SUMMERS. Pro,ab wm be revi frm prequrd ond West Vl[ginia limnasd amtractom oaly mmept that on Federal.Aid Project* a o.tract'a |immm ie not required at time of bid, but will be required work can begin. Rqistratlon b required tb the Department often,  eta, in accordanes with Chapr  Arc 3, on 12 ofth Wt Xrglnla COd*. All contracto mdmvtng bid on prect() must idude 0e of the fowin form. propadyezuted with h propm Prepe Guaranty Bond, or'= Ched or Certified Cbeck f $500.00 cr 5% of intei bld, wldd.wor la rmatr. *'rhe m pe0 on wld any mmetor with to bid. The West Virgtma Department of ['snspm'tetion, Dividon of Hiwys rorv the rt to defer, dolsy or pestpene the date for rmalving and ImMidy openm propoaals for any project designated in this LEGAL NOTICE Fiscal Year 1999-2000 Summers County Commiss/on Levy Estimate (Budget) TATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF SUMMERS to-wit In accordance with W Va. Code II-8-I0, as amended, the Commission proceeded to make an tints ' the amottnts neceesal T to be raised by a levy of tes for the current year, and doth determine Umate the several months to be ts follows: COUNTY COMMISSION LEVY F.TIMATE (BUDGET) The amount due and the amount that will become dne and coUectible from every source during the year INCLUDING THE LEVY OF TAXES, is as follows: GENERAL FUND BALANCE SOURCE Unencumbered Balance (July I ) $21,969 Ad.Valorem Property Taxes (NET) $854,629 Supplemental Taxes & Prior Years $.52,000 Tat Penalties, Interest & Publication Fees $24,000 DMV Peso $3,000 Sheriffs Service of Process $2,580 Sheriff's Commiion $3,000 Aocldont Reports $1,660 County Clerk's Eandngs $25,000 Circuit Clerk's Earnings $9,000 Federal 'lxes-ln-Lieu $17,359 Precutingr Attorney'a Earnings $350 parks & Recreation $63,000 Rents &Commiasione $18,000 Commissions $320 Property Prarusfer Tax $35,000 Gas & Oil Severance Tax $3,119 advertisement, witlmut the noesmdty ofrenewin such W'me mid Liquor Tax $534 advertisement. All bidders holding valid bidding Building Permits $3,000 propesal will be nothd of such dal'snmt, delay or Filing Fees $1,500 postponement and the date that propesalo will be Franchi Agreements $17,000 received and publicly opened. The West Virginia Departmut 0fTrmuqortation, Division of Highways hereby notifies all bidder= that it will affmatlvely mmm that in any contract entered into pursuant to th ndnt minority boadness enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grotmd* of race. color, religion, sex or national origin in consideration for an award. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division of Highways John J. Welch, Jr., Director Project Control Division HN April 20, 27 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Pursuant to section 46-9-504 of the Wast Virginia Uniform Commercial Code, the National Bank of Summers  soil at public sale to the highest bidder on the 30th. day of APRIL, 1999 at 3:00 p.m., on the parking lot of the Stokes Drive Phsa of the National Bank of Summers in-Hinton, West Virginia, the following described repoedd collateral: 1997 Ford F 150 Truck Ser # IFTDF1820VNA27043 The sale of the above described collateral will be made WITHOUT WARRANTY and the bank reserves the right to: (1 Bid at the public sale; (2) Reject bids at the public sale; (3) Continue such sale to any other time and place by announcemet of such continuance at the time and place set forth therein. The collateral to be sold may be inspected at the above mentioned location. Dated this 15TH. day of APRIL, 1999 at Hinton, West Virgmia. NATIONAL BANK OF SUMMERS BY PJ E. Ball JrJAMt, VP HN APR. 20,27 55 Alive/Mature Driving Course The 55 Alive/Mature Driving Course is a classroom refresher designed to meet the specific needs of older drivers. It covers age-related physical ,change,  declining perceptual skill, rules of the road, local driving problems, and license renewal requirements. Volunteers 50 years of age or older recruited and trained by AARP conduct the course, which is presented through a combination of slide presentations and group discussion. The eight-hour curriculum is provided in two, four-hour time blocks over a two-day period. There is a set fee of $8.00 for the class. Enrollment is limited to 30 people. Participants can be 50 years of age or older. Participants may receive a discount on auto insurance, but you must be present both days and be 55 years of age or older. These classes will be held at the Hinton Senior Center on April 27 and 28 from 12:30 pm- 4:30 pm each day. Please call Rose Moten at 466-4019 to pro-register for the class. BOYS BASKETBALL CAMPS Concord College will be offering two Boy's Basketball Camps during the summer. The first camp will run from July 15th., through July 18th. This camp is for boy's ranging from ages 12 - 18. This session will emphasis fundamentals and individual skill in the mornings. In the afternoDn and evenings games will be played. This session will help players that are ready for Junior High, Junior Varsity, or Varsity competition for the upcoming year The annual "Small Fry" Camp will run from July 29th. - August 1st. This camp is for ages 8-13. This camp is geared to eliminate domination by older players, and to provide more individual attention. The "Small Fry" Camp will provide instruction in the mornings and games in the afternoon and evenings. The afternoon session will feature games in which campers will play on teams of five without substitutes. In both sessions Coaches and the players of Concord College will supervise the campers. Overnight campers will be housed in the resident halls of Concord College and will eat their meals in the dining hall on campus. The cost for either session will be $175.00 for a resident camper or $90.00 for a commuter camper. For more information contact the Concord College Basketball Office at (304) 384-5330 or (304) 384-5347. CHANGING TABLE N]DKD  The Family Resource Center (411-FRC) is in need of a baby changing tablefor use in its Day Care program. If you have one you : are no longer using, that you would ; consider donating or selling, please contact the FRC at 466-2226 and ask for Lands or HellS. Hotel Occupancy Tax $90,000 Intert Earned on Investments $9,000 Ralmbttrsements $50,000 Mlsoellaneous Revenue $1,000 TOTAL ESTIMATED GENERAL FUND REVENUF $I.306.020 SEVERANCE TAX FUND Unencumbered Balance (July 1) $ 0 Coal Severance Tax $24,000 Intert $0 TOTAL ESTIMATED COAL SEVERANCE TAX $24,000 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES General Fund Genera] Government Ependitures County Commission $103,357 County Clerk $97,500 Circuit Clerk $79,200 SheMff- Treasurer $101,425 Prosecuting Attorney $99,333 Assessor $96,699 Statswide Computer Network $17,302 Agricultural Agent $8,334 Elections - County Clerk $32,300 Elections - Circuit Clerk $13,300 Purchasing Department $158,500 Courthouse $53,388 Other Buildings $7,000 Regional Development Authority $1,915 Economic Development $14,914 Contribution to Commissiom. Authorities & Other Statutory Entities $1,000 Contingencies $3,022 TotaIGeneral Government Expenditures $888,4S9 Public Safety Expenditures Sheriff- Law Enforcement $71,730 Sheriff- Service of Process $3,000 Regional Jail $215,000 County Jail - Nonreinburssable Jail Costs $1,000 Communication Center - Emergency Services $3.819 Flood Control $7,898 Total Public Safety Expenditures $302,447 Health & Sanitation Expenditures Local Heahb Del)al'tment $0 Mental Health $250 Vital Statistics 0 LandfilVlncinerator 0 Total Health & Sauitation Expenditures $250 Culture & Recreation Expenditures Parka & Rccreatiu $0 4-H Camp $(;3.834 Fair Associatioestival $0 Visitors' Bureau $45,000 Total Culture & Recreation Expenditures $108,334 Social Servic Expenditures Senior Citizens $0 Boauticaton ..... $0 Education Expenditures Libaries "  ; $61008 Law Library 05 Total Education Expendituree $6,000 General Fund Grand Toa] 1.306,020 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES Coal Severance Fund Purchasing Department $24,000 Total General Government Expenditures $24,000 Coal Severance Fund Grand Total $24,000 LEVY PAGE For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2000 County of Summers Assessed Values Tax Purposes Clau l Property $ 2,130,045 Personal Property $923,129 Public Utilities $ 3,053,174 Class II Property Real Estate $ 77,710,119 Personal Property $596,748 Total Class [l $ 78,306,867 Clam III Property Real Estate $ 24,213,344 Personal Property $18,192,106 Public Utilities $44,077,679 Total Class III , $ 86,483,131 Class W Property Real Estate $15,628,169 Personal Property $8,271,924 Public Utilities $5.877 127 Tatal Clm IV $ 29,777,220 TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE $197,620,392 Current Expense Levy RatW$100 Taxes Levied Clm I Property Personal Property 14.3 $ 30,460 Public Utiltias 14,3 $13,201 Total Cla I $ 43,661 Clmm II Pjoporty Reel Estate 28.6 $ 222.251 Persomt ] Property 28.6 $1,707 Total Chs 11 $ 223,958 Class Ill Property Real Estate 57.2 $138,500 Personal Property 57.2 $104,059 Public Utilities 57.2 $252,124 Total Clmm II[ $494,683 Class IV Property Real Estate 57,2 $89,393 Perdonal Property 57,2 $47,315 Public Ulilties 57.2 $33,617 Total Clau IV $170,325 TOTAL PROJECTED PROPERTY TAX REVENUE $ 932,627 Less 112. 113. 239(below) 5 $4=6.631 L 302- Tax Di.ounts I% $9,326 Total Prectad Property Tax Collection $876,670 Le Amasor Valuation Fund 3% $22.041 (Subtracted from cmTont expemm taxes levied only) Net Amount to be  by Levy of Pcony Tm $S4,69 112 Uncolloctable 'rues $ 2,000 113 Exonoratio $1,800 239 Dalinquozies $ 41,492 STATE OF WEST V1RINIA COUNTY OF Sumnmrs I, Mary E. Morritt, CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISION OF BAlD COUNTY, DO HEREBY CERFITY THAT THE FOREGOING ARE TRUE COPIES FROM THE RECORD OF ORDERS MADE AND ENTERED BY SAID COMMISSION ON THE 2Sth. DAYOF MARCH, 1999. Mary E. Merrill CLERK HN Apr, 13, 20 466-1100 June McGraw, BROKER, MADAMS CREEK. 45 acre=. 41 acres is wood land. Pixer- upper house. $65,000. GREENBRIER RIVER AT RIVERREST SUB DIVISION - ive oottage in exoellent condition, includes all furni- ture and applianess. Taste. fully decorated, porch furni- ture and gas grill included. Larg-- wrap around porch overlooking Greenbrier River. Has huge beautiful tree= in front of cottage at the river's edge. Very pieturuquo. 1/2 aere NEW RIVER ROAD. framed S hr,  baths, on 1 1/9 acres on the river.  years old. $95,000. 19 minutes from downtown. 619 BALLENGEE STREET - story frame, 5 br., 8 imrehes, one porch large and screened in. Garage and offstreet park- ing. Lot goes to alley. $29,500. SANDSTONE - large lot, view of river and near 1-64. $8,000. BALLENGEE STREET stately brick home, 2 hr, din- tug room, large foyer-recep- tion hall 2 baths, wood ornate woodwork, including ornate woodwork on flrepla and stairway. Woodwork in excel- lent condition. 2 large porches. Also includes 8 apts. with monthly incom? exceed- ing $1,000. In very good condi- tion. $123,000.00. I I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE CARMELLA BROGAN VANDALL BENNETT, Petitioner VS. ROGER LEE VANDALL, Respondent. CIVIL ACTION NO: 98-P.47  Pursuant to an Order of the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virginia in the above referenced Civil Action, the undersigned Special Commissioners will sell at the front door of the Courthouse in Hinton, West Virginia on the 21st day of April, 1999, at 2:30 p. m. the following described real estate situate in Green Sulphur District, Summers County, West Virginia, to-wit: BEGINNING at the old Mason line and the right of way of the old road and joins the Shaffer place on top of the mountain at a stake; thence following the Shaffer llne around the mountain and corner with Kincaid line and following the Kincaid line down the mountain; thence following the Kincaid line back up the mountain to Martin line; thence following the Martin line to a stake; thence down the mountain between Smoke Hollow end Spring Hollow to the beginning corner at a twin buckeye, containing 35 0cres, more or less This property will be sold at public auction on the 21st day of April, 1999, at 2:30 p. m to the highest bidder cash in hand on day of sale and subject to confirmation by the Circuit Court of Summers County, West Virgirda, DAVID L. PARMER Special Commioner D. CLINTON GALLAHER IV Special Commissioner HN Apr, 6, 13, 20 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Pursuant to section 4@9-504 of the Wsat Virginia Uniform Commercial Code, the National Bank of Summers will sell at public sale to the highest bidder on the 23rd. day of APRIL, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. on the parking lot of the branch office of the National Bank of Summers in Hinton, West Virginia, the following derbed vebide; 1994 DODGE SW CARAVAN SERIAL #2B4GH2539RR789416 1987 CHEVROLET BLAZER SERIAL # IGNCTI8R7H011534 The sale of the above described vehide will bet made WITHOUT WARRANTY and the bank reserves the right to: (1) Bid at the public sale; (2) Reject bids at the public Sale; (3) Continue such sale to any other time and place by annomcemot of such continuance at the time and place set forth therein. The vehicle to be s0ld may be inpecd APRIL 22, 1999, on the parking lot of Om branch office of the National Bank of Summere, on Stokes Drive, in Hinton, West Virginia. Dated this 12TH. day of APRIL, 1999 at Hinton, West Virginia. NATIONAL BANK OF SUMMERS BY JACK K HELLEMS Asst. VP HN APR. 13, 20 LEGAL NOTICE Advertisement for Invitation to BM Sealed bid* will be a4mpted by the Summers County Board of Edtio 116 Main Stamt. Hintm, WV 25 1 on imttsnatlea of a replaeemmt Maindto xno/" (apprealm4y 4,6S Oq.  Or 49 IKluaras) for the S Cotmty Board of Edttttlon Ooes at the abeve location tmtil L0 PM, Thm'mt,Ai129,1999, at which tim# bid* hall be opened. All old ro0mg shall be stripped ml hauled away peiOr to  with the new roof. F omnplein details and bid propemd form tac  Imr--,,me,  , 466-6007. HN Apr. 20, 27 I IIIII III I NOTICE The 1998 real and personal property taxes are now delinquent. Unless paid by April 30, 1999, they will be included for publication in the forthcoming delinquent list. John M. Plurnley, Jr. Sheriff of Summers County I III II I Rt. 1 Box 86 Ballard, W.Va. 24918 WAYMDE AREA - 2 br. home restored throughout, comb. DR &kitchon wAmsw cabinets, LR., bath, new carpet throughout, front por.h and enclosed back porch, lropane gas irane utral air con- dition, viny)- .qg. Situated on app. 1 Of level land w/ baautlt ndseaped lawn. Paved driveway, new side walk, on'port, utillty buildlng. | M is a beautufnl smper l quality top of the line home. Call today only $59,000.00 HINTON AREA - 2 story, 2 hr. home on 2 plu acres of land in the city limits. Kitcb  ', lar _._?.."  with other bui "O_ lot and garden spots. Overlooking New River, all lllng for only M2,000.00. CREENVILI AREA RT. 122. 2 story, 8 or 4 BR. home. DR, kitchen, large LP laundry room,  full baths, office or breakfast nook, den, fireplace, hardwood floors under car- pet, electric baseboard, pro- pane eand wood heat, porch and large deck. Situated on appx. 1 acre level land buildings, 1 new. All selling for only 00.00. ALDERSONAREA. 5 br. home with eombiuation 2 story frame and 40 81 log. Large L] DR. and kitchen, large bath with whirpooL Log part with insulated windows and doors, wood, eloet, and heat pump, and appl/ancea, situ- ated on 110 160 nice corner lot in very good location at 211 Washington Street. Plus 12 20 carport also 10x18 utility building. All for $64,500.00. PENCE SPRINGS AREA. App. 70 acres land, no land cleared all with woodland, all small trees no valuable timber, but an excellent hunt;- 4WD a deeded right of way to property. Ca]] today, only $34,000.00. FOREST HILL AREA - Semi- nole Road. Approz. 125 aer of land, joining hardtop road. 25 to 30 acres cleared with a beautiful view, for secluded home. Balance in woodland. Good hunting, for deer, wild turkey and other wild llfe. Call today, all selling for only $115,000. HINTON 407 SECOND AVE. NUE Commercial brick build. ing with app. 2700 sq. it. of floor space, the former Char- les Skaggs Stere Business. Phm lots of store flureL Walk in refriger,;?.ales, 'meat other lated e,,,1t. Also the am  footage upstain with  business offlee pres- ently occupied. Plus lots of other potential office space. Call today. All for $70,000.00. INDIAN MILI AREA 2 story 8 br. home, LR, modern kitchen, with lots of cabinet 8pace. 1 1/2 bath, large room down stairs. Central air eond/tioning. Situated on !ce level lot joini)he govern- ment land .____b=O1=/near Indian Creek. Thi home is in extra good condition. Would be great for summer home or year around living on hard top road. Also utility build- ing. For Llngs Or Auction Sales Call 466-3210 Anytime Paul "Buddy" Ught Broker & Aucti0neer Lirmed No. 478 i LEGAL NOTICE Advertisement for Invitation ' to Bid Sealed bids will be accepted by the Summere County Board of Ftwatlan on labor and materials for rsomlmng the ofll for Summer= County Board ol Education, 116 Main Street, Hinton, WV 25951, Bidn will be aceeptod at the same location until I:00 P.M., Apr 29, 1999, at wbich tima bid* ,hall be . Complete sm:iflcatim  a propamd form esn b :r obtained by calling lchard Lawrence at 466.6007. HN Apr. 20, 27 MASONIC LODGE -- Hinton Masonic Lodge #62 meg .on tha first and third Mondays o each month at 7:30 PM at 31; Temple Street. All master masons and visitin brothers welcome.