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PUBLIC NOTICE Ranson Planning Commission a public hearing on 13, 19e3, at 7:00 p.m. inthe "312 S. Mildred Street, Ran- the purpose of obtaining views. application requests a zoning on properties located at Tax 107, parcels 2 and 2.2 by West Seventh the east by North George change is from Com- (CD) to Residential 6 The City encourages all in- to attend and present rezoning TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Trustee, by virtue vested in him by that Deed of Trust made by R. CREAMER and ROX- CREAMER, husband and wife~ A. Pill and Edward W. of Berkeley and Kanawha Trustees, dated day of March 19e2, and ' Commission of Jefferson Coun- Virginia, in Deed of Trust at page 711, default having under the aforementioned Trust, and the undersigned having been instructed by the party to foreclose thereunder, for sale at public auction at door of the Jefferson County in Charles Town, West on FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 19@3 AT 10:30 O'CLOCK ? M. following lot or parcel of real with its improvements and ap- thereunto belonging, the Shepherdstown District y, West Virginia, and 'described as follows: of that certain parcel of real as descri~ by a survey of Fox Inc as follows: along the north side of West ~8treet, West Virginia Primary t45 in the Town ol S epberdstown, County, West Virginia, and more particularly described as at a railroad spike in right-of-wRy of West Main ! and being at the southwest cor- a parcel of land conveyed by Williams Mauidin, and her and Margaret Williams and her husband, to the Housing Authority, by August 8, 1~, and record- Book 475, Page 497 among records of Jefferson County, Virginia, thence running back said road and bracing on the lands W. Washington (D.B. 163, 474), thence N 28-12-20 E 129.06 tan iron pipe in the south margin unimproved alley, thence with S 72-03-15 E 54.59 feet to an thence with a line of division 138.78 feet to an iren pipe ~aforesaid right-of-way of West thence with said right-of- 61-47-4@ W $3.72 feet to the polDt containing 7,194 square land, more or less." BEING the same real estate conveyed to the Grantors by Deed dated the 25th day of 1981, from The Housing of the Town of Shepherd- a/k/a Shepherdstown Housing which said Deed is of record PUBLIC NOTICES COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: The Old National Bank of Martin- sburg, Committee for Samuel W. Tib- bs, Incompetent. Edith E. McCormick, Ad- ministratrix of the Estate of Oscar H. McCormick, Deceased. Given under my hand this 8th day of August, 1963. MICHAEL D. THOMPSON Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, W. Va. Aug. n-2t- NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of WILLIAM F. MUSSER All persons having claims against the estate of the said WILLIAM F. MUSSER deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 119 E. Liberty Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 14th day of November, 1963; 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 4th day of August, 1963. MICHAEL D. THOMPSON Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, West Virginia Aug. n-2t-pd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Beneficiaries of the Estate of H. GARLAND HEFLEBOWER, JR Deceased All persons having claims against the estate of the said H. GARLAND HEFLEBOWER, JR deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same, with the voucher thereof legally verified, to the undersigned at his office at 119 E. Liberty Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, on or before the 14th day of November, 1963; 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 4th day of August, 1963. MICHAEL D. THOMPSON Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson Couny, West Virginia Aug. n-~-~ NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE By virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned by a .Deed of Trust made by Debby A. L. Cox, to the un- dersigned Trustee, dated December 9, 1982, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 508, at Page 22, default having been made in the provisions of the Deed of Trust and being required by the beneficiary to de so, the under- signed Trustee will sell at public auc- tion at the front door of the Court House of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at Charles Town, West Virginia, on Friday, September 2, 1963, at I0:00 o'clock a.m the following described real estate: That certain lot or parcel of real estate situate in the village of Kabletown, K~bletown District, Jof- fersm County, West Virginia, described as the slmp lot on which County there was a blacksmith's shop and is ~, West the same lot and Slml~iof conveyed to Book 4T2, at page $75. Debby A.L. Cox by deed from Roy F. | sale is made subject to publicBean, et ux dated Decemher 9, 1981, t easements and to reservations,recorded in said Clerk's Office on the covenants and conditions 10th day of December, 1981 in Deed Book 493 at Page 685. property will be sold in The deed from the Trustee will be The Trustees shall be subject to the lien for the payment of 'nodutytocauseanyexistingte- 1963 real estate taxes, and the oocupymg subject pro restrictive covenants and easements said property: of record. Cash on date of sale to the TERM8 OF SALE: Cash on Day of Sale. Richard A. Pill, Trustee JOHN C. SKINNER, JR. (304) ~3-4971A.~ .-~ Trustee ef k pm, Tin/m, Delb, r vs, id eflkw w.v , IL$. Pem4 .e Saturday, August 20, 1983 10:00 A.M. FURNITURE - Drop leaf tables, blanket chest, hanging corn- corner cupboard, wash stands, wardrobes, rack- choirs, spindle bed, buffet w/mirror, other buffet, sew- early phone-radio combination, jelly cabinet, hutch with doors, childs rocker, childs bed, mirror, 4 stained glass church dressers, cherry dining suite, 6 matched oak chairs, oak . cherry furniture, drop leaf tea cart, wicker furniture, cast iron pictures, tools, kitchen wore and other miscellaneous items. TOYS & TRAINS . Bisque dolls, ina dolls, foreign and dolls in original clothes and boxes, No. 1609 Lionel train original box, American Flyer passenger set, tin train sets; engines g asst. cars, numerous train transformers, accesser. parts, Chein roller coaster, many tin trucks & other toys by Hubley, Wyandot, Tootsietoy and mechanical toys, early toys, chitds china dishes. -Silver dollars 1885-0, 1898-s, 1921-s, 1921-d, walking libertys, 1942, 44, 47, Franklin 194B, 62, 63d, 1964, 65; 67, 68d, Foreign (925) sterling coins, approx. 300 coins (not silver). Jade carvings, Jade beads, Opal beads, silver belt buckle, sterling spoon bracelets, pearls. - Sterling silver candle holders, china, glassware etched, depression and stemmed pieces), sewing baskets, demitasse set, needlepoint, lamps and other desira- Au~: Butl~ & Newbraugh ~: ILH. Fcrz tm,ch wmbe~ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY, AUGUST 18f 1983 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE OF REAL ESTATE BY DEPUTY COMMI881ONER BY DEPUTY COMMI881ONER OF FORFEITED AND OF FORFEITED AND DELINQUENT LAND~ DELINQUENT LAND8 Notice is bereby givm that, pursuant Notice is hereby ~given that, pursuant to the Order of the Circuit Court of Jef- to the Order of the Circuit Court of Jef- ferson County, West Virffmia, the ferson County, West Virginia, the following described tracts or lots of following described tracts or lots of land, or un vided interests therein, land, or undivided interests therein, will unless sooner redeemed be sold for will tmless sooner redeemed be sold for 'cash to the highest bidder. Such sale cash to the highest bidder. Such sale will be held at the front door of the Jef- will be held at the front door of the Jef- ferson County Courthouse in Charles ferson County Courthouse in Charles Town, West Virginia, beginning at 3:30 Town, West Virginia, beginni at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, the 2rid day of September, 1963: (1) 4.43 2nd day of September, 1983: (I) Lots6 acres (calculated)on the south side of and 7 in Block W in the Town of Route 9 on the east side of the Shenan- Harpers Ferry, containing 0.36 acres in doah River in Jefferson County, the aggregate, as said 10ts are describ- for r rlyownedbyThomasRobey; (2) ed on a plat of Harpers Ferry in the Of- Lot No. 12 in Block 148 of the City of rice of the Clerk of the Cmmty Commis- Ranson, Jefferson County, West sionofsaidCmmty, formerly owned by V'wginia, containmg. 6acres, fonner- S.W. Lightner; (2) Lots S and 9 in Block ly owned by C. F. Wall. W in said Town of Harpers Ferry as ROBERT R. SKINNER, said lots are described on said plat, DEPUTY CDMMi881ONER OF containing 0.36 acres in the aggregate, FORFEITED AND DELINQUENT formerly owned by Henry Brewetts. LANDS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, ROBERT R. SKINNER, 8-18-3 WEST VIRGINIA DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF FORFEITED AND DELINQUENT GNE THE UNITED WAY LANDS OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, $-18-3 WEST VIRGINIA SALE CALENDAR FOR E. Ware Public Auction Clerk SATILJJ~AY, AUGUST 20" M4~rl's Club Sale. Shepherdstown, WV FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 - Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Arnold, 3% miles West of Charles Town, W.Va. off Rt. 51 on Earle I oad. 10:S0 A.M. Ned Morrow, Auct. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 - Mr. Clarence Pearl - 2 mi. South of Charles Town, W.Va. on Rt. 340 - 10:30 A.M. Ned Morrow, Auct. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 - Mr. Harold V. Grove, 13 Mi. West of Martinsburg, W.Va 3 Mi. West of Tomahawk on Oak Grove School Rd. !:00 P.M. Ned Morrow, Auct. SATURDAY, SEPT. 3 - Glen Blue Estate. 326 Boyd Ave. Martinsburg, W. Va. -- 10:30 A.M. Ned Morrow, Auct. To Schedule Your Sale Phone Charles E. Ware 725-2510 - Day or Night WE WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS I VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1983 At 10:00 A.M. The undersigned owners of the real estate at 321 East Liberty Street, in Charles Town, will offer the same for sale at the lo- cation of the property (321 East Liberty Stree)) TERMS: Ten percent in cash of accepted bid on day of sale. Bedance in $0 days or upon delivery of a good and sufficient general warranty deed. This real estate fronts 38 feet, more or less, on the South side of East Liberty Street and extends back 108 feet, more or less. Improvements on the property consist of a two-story frame dwelling house with basement and attic and baseboard oil heating system. The first floor consists of living room (hard- wood floor), carpeted dining room, kitchen, and wall-to-wall carpeted foyer. The second floor consists of three bedrooms (two with hardwood floors) and bath. There is a small tool shed on rear of grass yard. Yard enclosed by fence. This property was the residence of the late Edna Mills. Property may be inspected prior to sale by contacting Attorney Henry W. Morrow, 725-3441. House will be open immediately prior to offering same for sale. "Ned" Morrow Rebecca P. Hays * William L. Propps, Jr. Owners I[ II II mill I l 145 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS SELLING IN THE MaN OCACY KNOLL COMPLETE FARMS HOLSTEIN DISPERSAL On the farm located at 8400-D East Patrick Street just back of the Frederick Airport, in Frederick County, Md. Take E. Patrick St. Ext'd beyond the edge of town and turn left at the farm lane, go 11/4 miles to the farm. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1983 11:00 A.M. 145 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS 145 lSRegistered . 130Gradel 85 Cows - 14 Bred Heifers. 16 Yeerling Hailers 20 Heifers under 10 months of age. ski mt ,Pregnancy checked The herd has been on the Owner-Sampler testing program and cows sell with records to over 18,0(X)M. The average butterfat test for the year is 3.8%. Majority of the cows are young, and the herd is bred to A.I. bulls in the Sire Power program. You'll find cows selling with good udders, lots of dairy character and in excellent working condit- ion. Many fresh since June and a number are due in September and October. The heifers are all home raised, well grown and in fine condition. The majority are A.I. sired identified as to sires and dams, and are colfhood vaccinated. Registered animals include daughters of Poverty Hollow Milestone, Paclamar Double Triune, Paclamar Combination, Adincla Fond Master and Tri.Day Capitol C. Sole Mohairs Note: Tills Is a complete dllperlal and offerl a at .ng da TERMS: Cash or good check 8 ie Manager REMSlUIG SALE SlLqVlCE P.O. Box 177 Jefferson. Md. 217SS 201-47'J-8214 &I~IT I Lunch available WILLIAM DRENNING MONOCACY KNOLL FARMS P.O. Box 477 Walkersville,/lAd. 21792 $014911-$192 20t- - 9! (O iry) I I I II LEGAL NOTICE OF WVU PURCHASING West Virginia University request bids on: Req. No. 300978P, Commody I each Electronic Telephone Key System: 12 Phone System, GTE or equal; Bid Opening Date and Time, 9/7/83; at 3:00 P.M. No bida will be unlem sub- mitted on forms prescribed by WVU Purchasing. Specifications and bid forms available upon application at West Virginia University, Purchasing Office, 218 Prospect Street, Morgan- town, WV 2 50 . Harry P. Saoreck, 8-18-1 Director COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I certify that I have before me for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Margaret B. Cross, Executrix of the Estate of Robert N. Cross, Deceased. Edith Whittington, Executrix of the Estate of Annie L. Grove, Deceased. Barbara Mouiton Browne, Executrix of the Estate of E. Wayles Browne, Jr Deceased. Mary Ann Stambaugh, Ad- ministratrix of the Estate of Clyde Stambaugh, Deceased. Given under my hand this 4th day of August, 1983. MICHAEL D. THOMPSON Aug. H-2t- NOTICE Notice is hereby given that. pur- suant to the Order of the Circa~t Court of Jefferson County, W~t V~ginia~ the following described tract'~ ~r tots of land, or undivided inter~ts therein, will unless sooner redeemed t~e s~td for cash to the highest bidder. Such sale will be held at the froat d(x)r )t the Jefferson County Courthouse ia Charles Town, West Virginia, begin- ning at 10:00 o'clock in the moraisg on Friday, the 26th day of August, i~: (l) Lot 25, in Block 112, City of Ham son, Jefferson County, West Virginia, as said lot is de, scribed on a plat of the Lands of the Charles Town Mining, Manufacturing and Improvement Company in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of said (oun- ty, which plat was formerly recorded in said Office in Deed Book X, at Page 1, containing 0.0717 acres, formerly owned by James M. Mason, Jr (2) Lot 34, in Block 112, in the City of Ran- son, as said lot is described in said plat, containing 0.0574 acres, formerly owned by Charles Town ?dining, Manufacturing and Improvement Company. ROBERT R. SKINNER, Deputy Corn missioner of Forfeited and Delinquent Lands of Jefferson County, West Virginia Aug. ll-3t Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, W. Va. GIVE THE UNITED WAY II Illll I II ! JI I! O in I Inc, WOODSBORO, MD. PRIVATE SALE DAILY Just Arrived, One Load From Maine. One Load From New York State. One Load From New Hampshire. One l,oad From Vermont And One From Pennsylvania. 25 Fancy First Calf Heifers Load consists of one-half Calf Heifers. Balance 2nd and 3rd Ctoss. All just fresh or close. Many Fancy Purebreds handpicked by the Boss himself. Selections made from the finest heads available. Mel Kolb will be at the Maryland farm, located ~z mile Northeast of Woodsboro, Md on Route 550, Frederick County. EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENINGS tq-TF I Ill I Illlllllll l][I Class 111 Legal Advertisement Notice is hereby given that Millville Quarry, Inc P.O. Box Millville, WV 25432, has submitted an application for the surface mining of ap- tely 314.0 acres in order to quarry/open ,cut tbe Tom town Dolomite Formation seam of limestone located on an unnamed tributa,of Shenandoah River, .4 miles, southwest of Millville, WV in Harpers Ferry District of Jefferson County, Longitude 77 degrees 47' 30"; Latitude 39 degrees 17' 20". Surface of the area to be mined is owned by Mason & Nichols, Mr. F.D. Nichols; Mary R. Moler Estate, Charles Town, Va. 25414; Mark B. Wetzel, Et AI, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414; United Stat Steel Corp, $00 Grant street, Pittsburgh, Pa 15320; Martin Marietta Executive Plaza II, Hunt Valley, Md, 21031, and the mineral to be mined is owned by Mason & Nichols, Mr. F.D. Nichols; Mary R Moler, Estate, Charles Town, W. Va 25414; Mark B. Wetzel, Et AI, Charl~ Town, W. Va 25414; United States Steel Corp 600 Grant St Pittsburgh, Pa. 15320; Mar tin Mariett$, Executive Plaza, II, Hunt Valley, Md 21031. The source of the applicant's legal to enter and conduct operations on the land to be covered by this permit app!ication is by Lease and The following is a listing of all active stwface mining permits now held by the applicant N -A (No Permits). The reputed owner (or owners) of all surface area within five hundred feet of any part of the proposed disturbed land in this application are) : Bethlehem Steel Corp 703 E. Thwa street, l etalehem, Pa 18016; Martin Marietta Chemical Refractories Division, Executive }Plaza If, tiunt Vall~', Md 21(~; Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp Blair Limestone Division, RFD 1, Ha rpe Ferry, W. Va. 25425; Parcel 19- Henry D. Harder, PD. Box ]2 Millville, W. Va. 25432; Parcel 21, Ora W. Cooper, P.O. Box Charles Town, W. Va. 25414; Robert H, and Anna B. Piper, Millville, W. Va. 25432; Blue Ridge Enterprises of West Virginia, Inc 5701 Captain Jones Court Fairfax Station, Va. 22039; C.R. Whipp, Millville, W. Va. 254 ; and Felix Petrucecci Estate, c/o Rose Petrucecci, P.O.Box 23, Millville, W. Va. 254,12. The name (s) and address (es) of every office/partner, director and plicant is (are); M.H. Perkins, President, Route I, Box 125A, Charles Town, WV; Mark E. Lyons, Secretary/Treasurer, Millville, WV; John Campbell, Director, Millville Quarry, Inc Millville, WV, any subsidiary, affiliate, or any person: Stockholders: THE JOAN TRUST; Beneficiari~: Larry A. Campbell, Yvonne Campbell, Joan Campbell; THE CUT TRUST: Beneficiaries: John W. Lyon, Elanor Lyon, Timothy Lyon, Mark E. Lyon; THE PERKINS TRUST: ]Sene~K:iaries: M.H. Perkins. Jr Pearl E. Perkw~; controlled by or under common control with applicant has not had a sur- face mining permit issued under the laws of this state revoked or has not had a surface mining bond or security forfeited. Written protest to such application will be received until September 1963 or thirty (30) days from oriel date of publication by the Direct )r Department of Natural Resources, Room 322, 1800 Washington St E Charleston, West Virginia 25305. ATTENTION: File No. SMA 11:~3 This map is p~,vtded as a guideline only. The sample depicted is from the West V~rgi~ia Del>ar tmeot o Highways General Highway County Maps. Other possible sources mcl~e the U S C.~ TOll~gral~hi~ maps or a ham~ketched map showing all information required t~ A~icle fi , C~ ~0. Section 9. Code o~ Wut Vlrglnla. as amended The lo~l and latitude. ! coordinates for the advertmement and the map muS~ be tr~e san'~ and should ~ at or near an end of strip marker for the pro~ operatmn. I t // / LOCAT! ON MAP SCALE " I'= 2 Mi. Aug ll-3t- Jefferson Count v Harpers FerryD st r'ict File Number 1130