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22 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON CASE NO. 88-269-T-42T GTE SOUTH INCORPORATED In the matter of increased rates and charges. NOTICE OF FILING AND OPPORTUNITY TO INTERVENE On May 13, 1988, GTE South Incor- porated fded revised tariff sheets with the Public Service Ommfism'on re- questing increased rates and charges in the amount of approximately $8,565,060 or 13% annually, to become effective on June 13, 1968, for fur- nishing telephone service to approx- imately 61,000 subscribers in Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, McDoweli, Mercer, Mineral, Morgan and Wyoming Counties. By order entered on June 10, 1988, the revised tariff sheets were suspend- ed and the use of the requested in- creased rates and charges stated therein was deferred until 12:01 a.m., March 11, 1989, unless otherwise ordered by the Public Service Com- mission or an Administrative Law Judge thereof. Persons or corporations wishing to participate in this proceeding, for pur- poses other than filing a protest to the requested rate increase, must file a written petition to intervene with the Executive Secretary of the Public Ser- vice Commission, P. O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia 25323, on or before August 15, 1988. Copies of the petition to intervene must also be for- warded to GTE South Incorporated, John Philip Melick, Escjuire, Jackson & Kelly, P. O. Box 553, Charleston, West Virginia 25322, Counsel for GTE South Incorporated. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA Melissa K. Marland Deputy Chief Administrative 7-14-2t- Law Judge IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA MARGARET E.T. BYRER, Executrix of the Estate of Margaret Beverley, Taylor, deceased, Plaintiff, VS. THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN VIRGINIA, a Virginia corporation, STEPHEN L. CHRESTIAN, VIRGINIA SALTON, and DAVID KINNEY, Trustees of the Episcopal Church, Diocese of West Virginia, THE CHARLES TOWN GENERAL HOSPITAL, doing business as JEFFERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, EDMUND R. TAYLOR, EDMUND R. TAYLOR. JR., PATRICIA TAYLOR SALAZAR, THE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, a non-profit New York corporation and ZION CHURCH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, a non- profit domestic corporation. Ddetants. Civil Action No. 8&.C-269 ORDER The object of the above entitled ac- tion is to have the Circuit Court of Jef- fersen County, West Virginia, construe the Last Will and Testament of Margaret Beverley Taylor, deceased, and for declaratory judgment concer- ning the said Will. It appearing by the Affidavit filed in this action that Edmund R. Taylor, Jr. and Patricia Taylor Salazar are non- residents of the State of West Virginia; it is Ordered that each of them do appear and serve F. Samuel Byrer, whose ad- dress is P.O. Box 48?, 115 East Washington Street, Charles Town, West Virginia 25414, and upon Dennis J. McLoughlin, whose address is 107 North Kent Street, Fourth Floor, P.O. Box 2740, Winchester, Virginia 22601, Plaintiff's attorneys, an answer or other defense to the Complaint filed in , this action on or before August 6, 1988, otherwise judment by default will be taken against them at any time Acopy of said Complaint can be ob- tained from the undersign Clerk at the office located in Charles Town, West Virginia, in said County and State. Entered by the said Court on this 6th day of July, 1988. Taste: DORIS R. WHITING Clerk of said Court By: EDNA E. GIFFT Deputy A TRUE COPY ATTEST: DORIS R. WHITING Clerk, Circuit Court Jefferson County, WV By: EDNA E. GIFFT 7-14-2t- Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE IN RE: APPLICATION OF RAY- MOND R. KERN, SR., FOR LICENSE TO CARRY ON HIS PERSON A REVOLVER AND/OR PISTOL. Notice is hereby given that Ray- mond R. Kern, Sr., whose mailing ad- dress is Route 2, Box SA4, Harpers Ferry., Jefferson County, West Virginia, who is self-employed, will, on Monday, the 25th day of July, 1988, at the hour of 9:00 A.M., apply to the Cir- cuit Court of Jefferson COunty, West Virginia, for a license to carry a dangerous weapon, namely a revolver and/or pistol, in the Counties of Jeffer- son, Berkeley and Morgan, and all other counties of the State of West Virginia. Said application will be made in open Court and any person who has ob- jection to said application or the gran- ting of said license may attend and be heard. Dated this 8th day of July, 1988. RAYMOND R. KERN, SR. Peter L. Chakmakian Attorney for Applicant P.O. Box 547 Charles Town, WV 25414 7-14-It- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY The Sheriff of Jefferson County, West Virginia, gives notice that he will sell the following personal property previously levied upon in civil action number 88-C-58 Blakeley Bank & Trust Co. VS. Frank Parrish Sr. in the Magistrate Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, being 1985 Honda Nighthawk650; Id. No.JH2RC1303FM 204140 the property of the said Frank- lin F. Parrish, defendent therein, which sale is to be held at Sheriff's Dept., 101 East Liberty St., Jefferson County, West Virginia on Friday, the 22nd day of July, 1968 at 10:00 (A.M.) or as soon thereafter as may be con- venient or possible. ROY THOMPSON Sheriff of Jefferson County, 7-14-2t- West Virginia FOR SALE Pursuant to Section 46-9-504 of the West Virginia Uniform Commercial Code, Blakeley Bank and Trust Com- pany, North Mildred Street, Ranson, West Virginia, will offer for sale to the highest bidder on July 22, 1968 at 10:30 a.m. on the bank's parking lot, the following repossessed 1981 Datsun 280ZX, Serial Number JN1CZ04S2BX277985 will be made WITHOUT WARRANTY. The bank reserves the right (1. to bid at public sale, 2. to reject bids at public sale and 3. to continue such sale ,to any other time and place set forth herein.) The 1961 Datsun 280ZX to be sold may be inspected at Blakeley Bank and Trust Company, North Mildred Street, Ranson, West Virginia. The terms of the sale shall be cash in hand at the time of sale. BLAKELEY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY North Mildred Street 7/14/2 Ranson, W. Va. 25438 FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for partial set- tlement the accounts of Blakeley Bank and Trust Company - Administration for the Estate of ERIK PREISSLER For the period of July 25, 1985 through July 7, 1988. HENRY E. JOVANELLY Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, 7-14-2t- West Virginia NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the estate of John A. Washington, deceased. All persons having claims against the estate of John A. Washington, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit the same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 103 West Liberty Street, P.O. Box 711, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, on or before the 15th day of Septem- ber, 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 interest. JAMES B. CRAWFORD, III FIDUCIARY COMMISSIONER OF 7/14/2t JEFFERSON COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Give the United Way FARM USE VALUES It is imperative that farmers wishing to qualify for Farm Use values pertaining to the West Virginia statewide reappraisal contact the Asses- sor's Office before August 31, 1988. When th@ reappraisal is used for tax purposes, only those properties whose applications have been approved will be valued upon the farm valuation regulations. 7/7 & 21/2-T T I I I III II I SURPLUS VEHICLES SALE Please take notice that the Jefferson County Board of Education will accept sealed bids until Monday, July 25, 1988 at 12:00 noon on the following : Bus no. 74, 1972 Ford - 66 Passenger - Serial no. B71EVPSIS15 Bus no. 77, 1973 Ford- 66 Passenger - Serial no. BTOEVS13561 Bus no. 80, 1973 Ford - 66 Passenger - Serial no. BTOEVS15563 Bus no. 81,1973 Ford- 66 Passenger - Serial no. B70EVS13559 These buses passed recent State Inspections and are running buses. In- terested persons may inspect the above vehicles by contacting the Direc- tor of Transportation at the Shenandoah Junction School Bus Garage, Monday thru Friday betwee0 the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Jefferson County Board of Education reserves the right to refuse any or all bids. TERMS: Cash prior to picking up vehicles and must be removed within 10 days of acceptance of bid. 7/14/2t ,|ii HI I i i SPiRiT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1988 Workshop Conducted I t The Jefferson County Oral and Visual History Association held a photo preservation workshop at Jeffer- son High School on Saturday, July 9th. Taught by Mike Northrup, instructor of photography at Shepherd College, the class focused on topics such as ear- ly photographic methods, criteria for preservation, basic copying techni- qaues, and processing of negatives and prints. The session was videotaped and will be available for use in the future. The group also presented Dang Perks, Director of Social Studies for the county, with a videotape entitled "An Oral Historian's Work." This in- structional tape will be used in the Jef- ferson County School System for local history projects. The photo workshop was designed to give JCOVHA members the basic skills they need to work on the group's audio/visual histories of Thoroughbred Racing in Jefferson County, Shepherdstown in the 1920's, and Bakerton's First One Hunderd Years. JCOVHA's long-term project, the creation of a 1,000-item photo ar- chive, will draw its materials from the three audio/visual histories and local photo collections. More than 800 items have been collected to date. Each of the 1,000 items in the photo archive will be available as a slide, negative, and enlargement. The col- lection will be accessible through computer-generated catalogs and sub- ject indexes and through a visual in- dex that will let people browse through the collection. The photo archive will be expanded in the coming years and may eventually contain several thou- sand items. Discussion is now under- way to find a centralized, accessible place to house the collection. The Association's next workshop on the collection, use, and preservation of Oral History materials begins this Saturday, July 16th at the Jefferson High School Library (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.), Sunday, July 17th (2-5 p.m.), and Saturday, July 23rd (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Taught by Blair Hubbard, David Nathanson, and Bill Theriault, the workshop will deal with research techniques, processing of interviews, and preservation. The workshop is open to JCOVHA members at no charge, but reservations must be made by July 15th. JCOVHA workshops and projects are funded through a grant from the Humanities Foundation of West Virginia. Sponsors such as the Jeffer- son County Commission, the Charles Town Races, and the Bakerton Ruritan, and individual membership fees. Membership in JCOVHA is $15 per year and entitles members to free ad- mission to all workshops and exhibits and brings them six bimonthly issues of the Association's newsletter, Words & Pictures. Persons wishing to attend the workshop or become a member should contact Bill Theriault (876-3321), Sharon Phenneger (876-6691), Susan Frye (535-6898), or Jim Surkamp (876-6995) or write to JCOVHA, P.O. Box 173, Bakerton, WV 25410. PSC APPROVES, PE RATE DECREASE The West Virginia Public Service Commission has approved Potomac Edison's $3 million rate decrease ef- fective July 1. The decrease, due to lower costs associated with fuel, amounts to a three percent reduction in the company's revenue. For a residential cusomer using 800 kilowatthours a month, the rate reduc- tion decreases a total bill by $1.73 per month of 3.3 percent. Average monthly bills for these customers will fall from $52.32 to $50.59. A residential customer who uses 2,000 kilowatthours a month will ex- perience a decrease of $4.32 a month of 3.3 percent. Theiraverage bills will fall from $130.25 to $125.93 a month. Bonnie Weber Recognized For "Dedication" Dave Coulter, right, unwraps a bronze plaque for presentation to Bonnie Weber, second from right, in recognition of her "dedication and loyalty" to Shannon- dale Club and the Shannondale community over the years. At left are Guy Yolton, who served as emcee during a special tribute to Weber. and Blackie Coulter. ,o Crime Solvers Underway Locally Crime Solvers is being organized in the Jefferson County area, a movement that has become quite active in neighboring Berkeley County and has helped in the disposition of a number of criminal cases. Shown above, from left are Mayor Don C. Master. Chief Everett Boober. of Ranson, Charles Town Police Captain Charlie The presentation was part of a celebration at the club, which petitive games, and a 45-minute over Lake Shannondale. Some around the club and lake to Henry, and Bill and Donna .Crime Solvers offers rewards leadi I sion and conviction of criminals. to the organization is confidential. Medicare Coverage Benefits00 lutomatic Coverage under the new Medicare Catastrophic Health Insurance legisla- tion will be automatic for current beneficiaries in the Eastern Panhan- dle, according to Social Security officials. Those officials said currently enroll- ed beneficiaries will receive automatic protection as the provisions of the Catastrophic Insurance are phased in over the years ahead and do not need to call the local office to apply. The provisions of the new Medicare bill include: -Elimination of the $540 inpatient hospital deductible for each spell of il- lness and replacement with a single annual deductible (effective in 1969) ; -No new hospital deductible if the beneficiary paid a hospital deductible in December of the preceding year and is admitted to a hospital in January of the following year (effective 1989); -Care in a skilled nursing facility after treatment for an acute illness is extended from the current limit of 100 days to 150 days. The current require- ment for a prior hospital admission is eliminated (effective 1989); -Hospice benefits are extended beyond the current 210 day limit for terminally ill patients (effective 1989); -Out-of-pocket patient expenses for the $75 Medical Insurance deductible and 20 percent co-insurance are limited to $1,370 a year. At that point Medicare will reim- burse 100 percent of the reasonable charge ( effective 1990); -Prescription drug expenses over $600 in a year will be reimbursed at the rate of 50 percent beginning in 1991, rising to 80 percent in 1993. Costs of fumncing the system will be In West Virginia, Potomac Edison borne by Medicare beneficiaries in the serves about 77,000 customers in form of a premium of about $4.00 add- Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, ed to the current medical insurance Jefferson, Mineral and Morgan rate of $24.80 a month. Beneficiaries counties, who also have hospital covere under SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1988 BEGINNING at 10:00 A.M. LOCATION: 4 miles north of Charles Town, W. Va. on Rt. :$40, turn dght on Bloomery Rood dirocfly behind Harpers Ferry Flea Market. -- Follow salo signs. Having dlKontlnued housekeeping, I will sell: S-pc. maple dinette set; 4-pc. cherry suite; S-pc. dinette set; Whirlpool refrigerator; Hotpoint washer & dryer; 3-pc. bedroom suite; York piano; 2 Zenith color TVs; G.E. stereo; oak straight chairs; 2 Singer sewing machines; Lane cedar chest; Westing- house air conditioner; occasional chairs: wooden rocker; mantle clock; handpainted pictures; quilting frames; lawn furniture; andirons; stools; tables; trunk; Samsonite luggage; bed linens; large quantity of quilting material; New Century 3 apple peeler; porch swing; 2 sump pumps; card. table; pole lamp; baskets; mirrors; shampooer; books; W. V. 8iubooks (1943-1980); china & glassware including accupied Japan , depression; kitchen utensils & appliances; Scott's lawn spreader; Homelite weed. eater; Words edger; push lawn mower; tools; wheelbarrow; and other items far too numerous to list. Vontell Medows Auctioneers: Paul E. Miller, Jr., W.V. Lic. !13-11 Nelson a. Robinson, Jr., W.V. Uc. 123-88 " Clerks: Furr, Furr, Nibert Luncheon rights reserved TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID. 7/,'l.t NOT RISPONS/ML! FOIl ACCIDENTS ON PMOPERTY Medicare will pay an annual sup- plemental premium at the same time they pay their Federal taxes. The supplemental hospital premium is currently estimated at $22.50 for every $150 of income tax liability up to a maximum premium of $800. People with questions about the new Catastrophic Health Insurance may call the Health Care Financing Ad- ministration toll-free at 1-800-888-1998. According to officials, about 9,000 people enjoy Medicare protection in the Eastern Panhandle. Horse 1' First Tack HorseS FAT First James ESTATE SALE To seffle the Estate of Harold A. Sencindiver, I will sell tl 7 miles south of Marfinsburg, W. Vo. along U.S. Rt. i'1 in SATURDAY, JULY 16, Sale Begins at 10:00 A.M. G.E. Auto washer, signature Auto dryer, tar, G.E. Dlb. Door refrigerator, Whirlpool freezer, Elec. stove, S-pc. breakfast set, base cabinet, room air cond., 2 T.V. sets, 2 hospital beds, suite, 2 metal wardrobes, iron bed, square aak drawers, 2 window fans, dishes, pots, pans, dusk pool filter, small tools, ext. cords, elec. welder, Rata Tiller, Dynamark Riding mower, many not listed. 1975 Mercury, 2 - 1971 Hornets, 1979 Pinto TERMS: Cash On Day Of Sale Nor RESPONSIBLE FOR ANV ACCIDENTS AUCTIONEER: Edward "'Ned" Morrow, tic. No. 191-11 CLERK: Charles E. Ware PUBLIC AUC Of Coins - Baskets - Furniture Due to relocation I will sell the following at the borne Summit Point, W.Va., located S%-mibs Soueast of Turn off of Route 51 onto Route 13, the SummH Point turn North off of Roue 3d0 onto Route 61 I, the road to Watch for Solo signs In Summit Point. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 198# Beginning at 10:00 A.M. 5 Oak straight back chairs w/leather bottom w/leather bottom; straight back chairs; china derback rocker; 2 round stands; 2 end tobieS; wooden bed; 2 Singer treadle sewing machines; pine prayer bench; 3-pc, living room suite; rocker; swivel rocker; 3 old quilts: old baskets; 2 kerosene lamps; old keys; old buttons; old di glass churns; elec. fryer; blancher; floor lampSl; heater; refrigerator; deep freeze; adding mochirle" license plates. COINS: Lerle cents (1848, 1825, 1852, 1856 g eagle; 1833 shield nickel; Booker T. Washington Barber quarters (1896, 1897 & 1899): 3 silver dol & 1899); 1864 2' piece; 37 Indian head pennies; Barber dimes; Buffalo & V-nickels. A LOT OF ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTI Of 4 Terms: Cash or good check. Nothing for. W.D. Orndorff, Auct. ! -703-667-1574 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NOTE: Coins will be sold at 12 O'clock.