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a Lifetime i  his wife, Teresa, who had been vacationing with Marie Sivlnski at Sandypolnt, Chesapeake cruise on the evening of June 12, at dusk. was a shark heading for their boat in 1"acre was a pair of gloves in the boat used for put on and captured the fish. With the help of his &apos; of marine llfe, fummedlately identified it o- and pictures taken, it was returaed to deeper with the help of Captain Don-El, t of the arca the large fish was put on ice. The marine Institute of Marine Sciences in Gioaster, Va., as un Occm 8UnilL It is the ffnt time one bus ever Bay. It was determined the weight was wil be on exhibit at the Virginia Institute of public to view. Steve is a recent graduate of al resides with his wife and two daughters, Jennifer in Charles Town. UNITED WAY of PUBLIC HEARING will hold a second public hearing p.m. at Town Hall for the purpose of obtaining the 1988-89 Small Cities Block Grant and public is encouraged to attend and IXt"ti<mate. /]L PUBLIC NOTICE . +.., 'I CORPORATION OF RANSON tO ,r  IIOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS HEARING tY'..L---- the Board of Adjustments is scheduled for Tuesday, cvat 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. Scheduled for consideration is a i  Jenkins, Jr., for a variance from minimum lot size is propomg to add a small addition 113 Lw pertly for the purpose of installing a permanent . is open to the public. 1__ + Ranson Board of Adjustments James W. Grove l Director of Community Development MEETINGS Commission is filing an application for Small Block Grant funds with the State of West Commission will hold a public meeting on Thur- II:30 a.m., at the Jefferson County Courtimuse, Coun: Room. This meeting is to obtain comments from the application. All citizens and community invited to attend and participate. For further infer- County Commission Office at 725-9761, ex- Garland H. Moore, Jr. President Jefferson County Commission the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at it's g to be held on Tnesday, July 26, t968, at 7:30 p.m., lathe Commission office, located on the second floor of 104 East Washington Street, in the City of Charles pre-appllcatioo informatiou and the impact proect: Title of Plat Location Size r Creek North side of Route 1/9 about l.lmiles math of Middleway 250Lots (maximum) 176 Acres 31 -F Mission Road (Route 915) and Lower Clubhouse Drive in the Shaunoe subdivision Shannondale Road and Skyline "n.ail in the mmn- nondale subdivisi 12Lots 40 Acres encies having an interest in said subdivlsioo Planning Commlson fries on subdivisions  time during normal busineas bours. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission H. Richard Flaherty, President SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1988 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of Wi]hemena BOEHS and of the Estate of Ethel Clatterbuck KIDWELL: All persons having claims against the Estates of the said Wilhemena Boehs, deceased, and Ethel Clatter- buck Kidweli, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his of- flee, 120 South George Street, P.O. Box 728, Charles Town, WV 25414, on or before the 4th day of September, 1988; otherwise they may, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All beneficiaries of said estate may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Given under my hand this I day of July, 1988. RALPH A. LORENZE'II, JR. 7-7-2t- Fiduciary Commissioner ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Charles Robert Gift, Sr. Plaintiff V. Cora Belie Gift Defendant Civil Action No. 88-C-208 I. ( The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrlmony.) To the Above Named Defendant: Cora Belle Gift, 330 Sonth Second Street, Chambersburg, Pa. 17201. It appearing by affidavit fried in this action that Cora Belle Gift is a non- resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that she serve upon John C. Skinner, Jr., L.C., Plain- tfff's attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 487, Charles Town, W.V. 25414, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before August 15th, 1968. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon pro- per hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be ob- tained from theundersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court July 6th, 1988. DORIS R. WHITING Clerk of Court By: EDNA E. GIFTT, 7-14-2t- Deputy ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Gary Dtmlevy Huyett Grove, Larry Fritts, Richard Clark Plaintiffs V. Willis L. Gano, Jr., June E. Gano George Hammersla, Janet Whitacre Henry W. Morrow, Thomas W. Step toe. St. Defendants Civil Action No. 88-C.144 The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to obtain a quiet title to the 6.06 acre tract of land described as "Bluebird Park" in Mechlenburg Heights Subdivision, Jefferson Coun- ty, West Virginia. And it appearing by an affidavit fil- ed in this action that there are or may be persons, designated as XYZ in the complaint who are interested in the subject matter of the action and, who oppose the termination of the dedica- tion of that certain 6.06 acre tract of land described as "Bluebird Park" on the plats of Mechlenburg Heights Sub- division, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, it is ordered that such in- terested persons do serve upon Nan- cy A. Dalby, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 730, Charles Town, WV 25414, an answer or other defense to the complaint flied in this action on or before August 15th, 1988, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against them at any time therafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. DORIS R. WHITING Clerk of Court By: EDNA E. GIFF'Y, 7-14-2t- Deputy ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Conale George P.O. Box 1050 Leeslmrg, Vs. 22075 Plshttiff v. Frank W. "George 10t Ridgeville Blvd. Mt. Airy, Md. 21771 Defendant Civil Action No. 88-C-593 The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to obtain judgment in the amount of 113.24 for wood stove, court costs and Attorney fees incurred by Peoples Home Furnishings and my court costs incurred. And it appearing by an affidavit fil- ed in this action that the defendant is a non resident of the State of West Virginia it is ordered that the defen- dant do serve upon C.C. Cheezum, P.O. Beg 607, Charles Town, WV 25414, an amw or other dekme to the com- plaint fried in this action on or before Aupst Is, rues,  judgnmt by default will be taken against defen- dant at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Cma't July II, 1988. LINDA S. BITrNER 7-14-2t- Magistrate Court Clerk ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY,. WEST VIRGINIA William R. Honk c/o J. Michael CusseH, Esq. P.O. Box 782 Charles Town, WV 25414 Plaintiff V. Lcah Carl 1326 W. Dogwood Dr. Rogers, Ark. 72756 Defendant Civil Action No. 88-C-582 The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to obtain judgment in the, amount of $500.00 plus attorney fees, interest and court costs. And it appearing by an affidavit fd- ed in this action that the defendant is a non resident of the State of West Virginia, it is ordered that the defen- dant do serve upon Gaff Viands, magistrate, whose address is P.O. BOx 607, Charles Town, WV 25414, an answer or other defense to the com- plaint filed in this action on or before August 1, 1968, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against defendant at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court June 24, 1988. LINDA S. BUTNER 6-30-3t-pal. Magistrate Court Clerk ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Jeanne Berger Rt. 3, Box 163-21 Charles Town, WV 25414 Plaintiff v. Earl & Veronica (Ronnie) Briseee 13402 Sand Rock Court Chuntllly, Va, 22021 Defendant Civil Action No. 88-C-592 The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to obtain judgment in the amount of $2,990.00 for galloping, swinuning, therapy, bedding, medical and misc. expenses for a thoroughbred horse named Gap Opening. Plus court costs in the amount of $53.26. And it appearing by an affidavit ffl- ed in this action that the Defendants are non residents of the State of West Virginia, it is ordered that the defen- dants do serve upon Gaff Viands, magistrate, whose address is P.O. Box 607, Charles Town,WV 25414, an answer or other defense to the com- plaint filed in this action on or before August 1, 1968, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against the defen- dants at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court June 24, 1988. LINDA S. BUTNER 6-30-3t-pd. Magistrate Court Clerk 21 NOTICE POSSIBLE LEAD CONTAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER Recent amendments to the federal "Safe Drinking Water Act" require that all water systems notify their con- sumers about possible lead con- tamination of drinking water. Please note that lead concentrations in water produced by Sanitary Associates, serving Patrick Henry Estates, are already strictly regulated. This notice is intended on- ly to alert you that the possibility of contamination may exist due to the type of pipe or solder used in your own residence. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the West Virginia Department of Health sets drinking water standards and has determined that lead is a health con- cern at certain levels of exposure. There is currently a standard of 0.050 parts per millien (ppm). Based on new health iRformation this standard may be lowered in the future. Part of the purpose of this notice is to inform you of the potential adverse health effects of lead. This is being done even though your water may not be in violation of the current standard. The EPA and the Health Depart- ment are concerned about lead in drinking water. Too much lad in the human body can cause serious damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system and red blood cells. The greatest risk, even with short-term ex- posure, is to young children and preg- nant women. Lead levels in drinking water are likely to be highest if: - your home or water system has lead pipes, or - your home has copper pipes with lead solder, and - your home is less than five years old, or - you have soft or acidic water, or - water sits in the pipes for several hours. Lead differs from most other water pollutants in one important respect; it may get into the drinking water offer .the water has left the water plant. Some individual service lines that carry treated water may be made of lead, or joined to each other with solder made of lead. Water passing through these pipes may pick up traces of the metal. The exact ammmt of lead, when it is present in home tap water, varies a great deal from residence to residence (generally be. lug lower in old houses than in new), and from tap to tap within the same residence, Also, individual dosages of lead drawn from the same tap will de- pond on whether the user flushes the tap before drinking. In order to dimlsh the possibility of lead contamination, use only the cold water faucet for drinking, cooking, or preparing baby formula and run the water until it is cold before each use. If there has recently been major water use in the household, such as  or bang, fng toiks, or doing laundry with cold water, this should take 5-S0 seconds, ff not, flushing could take as much as several minutes. The plumbing materials used in your home are most easily visible beneath sinks or in the basement. Lead water pipes are extremely rare, but can be identified by their dull gray look and the relative softness of the metal. Visual inspection of copper pipes cannot reveal whether or not lead-hased solder is in contact with the water inside. If you make plumbing repairs or replace plumbing, be sure to use only lead-free solder, pipe and fixtures. You may wish to have your tap water tested if you suspect it is cen- taminnied with lead. Testing is the one sure way of telling whether or not there are harmful quantities of lead in your drinking water. Water samples from the tap will have to be collected and sent to a qualified laboratory for analysis at your own extreme. A llst of approved laboratories is available. If you have any questions concern- ing your public water supply, or if y desire more information about lead or testing, contact Snyder Enviroumen- tal Services, Inc., telephone number (304) 725-9140 or The State Depart- ment, telephone number (304) 725-9453. 6116-7/14--15/11 NOTICE POSSIBLE LEAD CONTAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER Recent amendments to the federal "Safe Drinking Water Act" require that all water systems notify their con- sumers about possible lead con- tamination of drinking water. Please note that lead concentrations in water produced by the Mockingbir- dhil, inc. are already strictly regulated. This notice is intended on- ly to alert you that the possibility of contamination may exist due to the type of pipe or solder used in your own residence. The United States Environmental Protection Agencyy (EPA) and the West Virginia Department of Health sets drinking water standards and has determined that lead is a health con- cern at certain levels of expbmwe. There is currently a standard of 0.050 parts per million (ppm). Based on new health irfformation this standard may be lowered in the future. Part of the purpose of this notice is to inform you of the potential adverse health effects of lead. This is being done even though your water may net be in violation of the current standard. The EPA and the Health Depart- ment are concerned about lead in drinking water. TOO much led in the human body can cause serious damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system and red blood cells. The greatest risk, even with short-term exposure, is to young children and pregnant women. Lead levels in drinking water are likely to be highest if: -- your home or water system has lead pipes, or -- your home has copper pipes with lead solder, and -- your home is less than five years old, or -- you have soft or acidic water, or -- water sits in the pipes for several hours. Lead differs from most other water pollutants in one important respect: it may get into the drinking water after the water has left the water plant. Some individual service lines that carry treated water may be made of lead, or joined to each other with solder made of lead. Water passing through these pipes may pick up traces of the metal. The exact amount of lead, when it is present in home tap water, varies a great deal frem residence to residence (gem'ally being lower in eider houses than in new). and from tap to tap within the same residence. Also, individual dosages of lead drawn from the same tap will depend on whether the user flashes the tap before drinking. In order to diminish the possibility of lead contamination, use only the cold water for drinking, cooking, or preparing baby formula and run the water until it is cold before each use. If tbere has recmtiy boen major water use in the household, such as shower- ing or bathing, flushing toilets, or doing laundry with cold water, this should take 5-30 seconds; if not, flushing could take as much as several minutes. . The plumbing materials used in your home are most easily visible beneath sinks or in the basement. Lead water pipes are extremely rare, but can be identified by their dull gray look and the relative softness of the metal. Visual inspection of copper pipes cannot reveal whether or not lesd-besed solder is in contact with the water inside. If you make plumbing repairs or replace plumbing, be sure to use only lead-free solder, pipe and fixtures. You may wish to have your tap water tested if you suspect it is con- tated with lead. Testing is tbe one sure way of telling whether or not there are harmful quantities of lead in your drinking water. Water samples from the tap will have to be collected and sent to a qualified laboratory for analysis at your own expenso. A list of approved laboratories is available. If you have any questions concer- ning your public water supply, or if you desire more information about lead or testing, contact Mr. Carroll Scaggs, 725-5329, Parkview & Woodland Mobile Home Parks. 5/12, 6/9, 7/14. LEGAL NOTICES FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my bands for final settle- ment the First and Final Accounting of Anna M. Bryan, Executrix for the Estate of Carter R. Bryan, deceased for the period of April 17, 1988 to June 28, 1988. RALPH A. LORENZE'IWI, JR. 7-7-2t- Fiduciary Commissioner LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The state of West Virginia Purchas- ,* ing Division will accept sealed bids on: : Buyer: MM-43, Req. No.: P1064-89; - Spending Unit: Shepherd College; Commodity: Contract for construction of an extension to the existing back  . stage area of auditorium at the Shepherd College Creative Arts o Center, Shepherd College Campus, Shepherdstown, WV. Plans and Specifications available from Clint Bryan and Associates-Architects, Suite 1200-One Valley Square, ' Charleston, WV 25301. Phone: (304) 342-2151, Bid opening date & time: 7/26/88, 2:30p.m. Bids may not be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and - availahle from the Purchasing Div-. sion, Department of Finance & Ad- ministration, Room E-108, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. Telephone (304) 348-2063. KATHY P. KLEIN, 7-7-3- Director NOTICE POSSIBLE LEAD CONTAMINATION OF DRINKING WATER Recent amendments to the federal "Safe Drinking Water Act" require that all water systems notify their con- sumers about possible lead con- tamination of drinking water. Please note that lead concentrations in water produced by the water system of Cave Quarter Utilities, are already strictly regulated. This notice is in- tended only to alert you that the' possibility of contamination may ex-" ist due to the type of pipe or solder us- i" ed in your own residence. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the West Virginia Department of Health sets drinking water standards and has determined that lead is a health con-" cern at certain levels of exposure.' There is currently a standard of 0.050 parts per million (pprn). Based on new health information this standard may be lowered in e future. Part of the purpose of this notice is to inform you of the potential adverse" health effects of lead. This is being done even though your water may not be in violation of the current standard." The pA and the Health +Dc?part- ment are concerned al0ut lead in drinking water. Too much lead in the' human body can cause serious damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system and red blood cells. The' greatest risk, even with short-term ex. pesure, is to young children and preg-" nant women. Lead levels in drinking water are likely to he highest if: - your home or water system has lead pipes, or - your home has copper pipes with lead solder, and - your home is less than five years I rid, or - you have soft or acidic water, or - water sits in the pipes for several hours. Lead differs from most other water pollutants in one importanmt respect: it may get into the drinking water after, the water has left the water piant, Some individual service lines that carry treated water may be made of lead, or joined to each other with: solder made of lead. Water passing through these pipes may pick up traces o the metal. The exact amount of lead. when it is present in home tap water, varies a great deal from, , residence to residence (generally be- lng lower in old hmmes than+in new)- and from tap to tap within the same residence. Also, individual dmages of lead drawn from the same tap will d pond on whether the user flushes the tap before drinking. In order to dimish the possibility of lead contamination, use only the cold water faucet for drinking, cooking, or' preparing baby formula and run the water until it is cold before each use. If them has recently been major water use in the household, such asr ! showering or bathing, flushing toilets, or doing laundry with cold water, this +should take 5-30 seconds; if not: flushing could take as much as severa minutes. The plumbing materials used in your home are most easily visibl beneath sinks or in the basement, Lead water pipes are extremely rare but can be identified by their dull gray look and the relative softness of the metal. Visual inspection of copper pipes cannot reveal whether or not lead-baml solder is in oontact with the water inside. If you make plumbing repairs or replace plumbing, be sure to use only lead-free solder, pipe and fixtures. You may wish to have your tap water tested if you suspect it is con. tamineted with lead. Testing is the one sure way of telling whether or not there are harmful quantities of lead in your drinking water. Water samples from the tap will have to be collected and sent to a qualified laboratory for analysis at your own expenso. A list of approved laboratories is availahle. If you have any questions concern- ing your public water supply, or if you desire more information about lead or testing, Cave Quarter Utilities cu tomers call 725-0136. 6L16--7/14--8/11