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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE- Thursday, November 12, 1998 21 al Advertisements Continued Dawn D. Burgess, l wife, did convey unto and Braun A. certain real in said deed of the beneficiary has Richard A. Pill Huyett as Substi- a Substitution of in the aforesaid and default having Under the aforemen- Trust, and the un- Trustees instructed by the se- to foreclose thereun- for sale at public front door of the Jef- nty Courthouse, in "gania, on ER 17, :35 O'CLOCK P,M. ~g described real es- s improvements, ease- bpurtenances there- situate in the District, Jefferson Virginia, and more as follows: estate situ- part of Charles County, West Vir- by a brick dwell- *f adjoining Lots and Thirty-six Seventy-one (71), )n First Avenue, Lot AND BEING the same real es- tate which was conveyed to An- drew I. Burgess and Dawn D. Bur- gess, husband and wife, by deed dated March 22, 1989, Steven C. Head and Kristie L. Head, husband and wife, and re- corded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jeffer- son County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 627 at page 238. The above described property will be sold subject to any cov- enants, restrictions, easements, leases and conditions of record, and subject further to any unpaid real estate taxes or priority lien- able assessments. The subject property will be sold in "AS IS" condition. The Substitute Trustees shall be under no duty to cause any existing ten- ant or person occupying the sub- ject property to vacate said prop- erty. TERMS: Ten percent (10%) of the purchase price as a cash de- posit with the balance due and payable within 30 days of the day of sale. Kanette L. Huyett, Substitute Trustee Richard A. Pill, Substitute Trustee P.O. Box 440 1444-A Edwin Miller Blvd Martinsburg, WV 25401 10/29/3~ (~04) 263-4971 eing 30 feet and NOTICE being 25 feet in The WV Division of Environ- back between mental Protection and Republic feet to an alley Paperboard Company have en- of said lots being tered into an Agreed Dismissal and described Order which resolves an enforce- Charles Town ment action pending in Jefferson g and Im- County Circuit Court (C.A. #97-C- )any, recorded in 235). Under the Order, Republic Clerk of the Paperboard Company has agreed of Jefferson to pay civil penalties for violations st Virginia, in Deedunder the WV Water Pollution 1, to which plat Control Act. Pursuant to the Or- for further de- der, final settlement is subject to conveyance is comments received during the to all easements andthirty (30) day period ending 11/ of record. 27/98. Further information about is reported to the Order is available by contact- ss of: 334 E. ing the Office of Legal Services, Charles Town, WV 1356 Hansford St, Charleston, WV (304) 558-9160. 10/29/4t SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA , CHARLESTON TARIFF FORM NO. 10 CE OF APPLICATION TO CHANGE RATES FERRY.BOLIVAR PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT CASE NO. 98-0869-PSD-19A flo998, the Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Public Service District r a rate review pursuant to the Commission s Order in 19A regarding the service it provides to its cus- County, West Virginia. Public Service Commission has reviewed the applica- recommended approval of increased rates and charges as Present Staff-recommended $5.00 per month $5.35 per month $4.42 per 1,000 gala. $4.73 per 1,000 gala. apply to all customers who are unmetered, or have but provide input into the system. The monthly customers will be: Staff-recommended $22.68 $24.27 r this rate change has the right to protest or to be the change should not be allowed, either wholly or in to protest the changed rates and charges must do (10) days after the publication of this notice. All be addressed to the Executive Secretary, Public Service Virginia, P.O. Box 812, Charleston, West Virginia Commission determine the justification for additional re- protests must be specific as to the reasons that and charges should not be approved. In addition, any- : in this matter must demand a hearing in the letter protest is not filed, the Commission may ap- rates without a hearing. OF INTENT TO APPOINT County Commission proposes to name persons to Authorities, Boards, Commissions, or Commit- ay, November 19, 1998, or as soon thereafter as the V Ambulance Authority - Three 3-year terms 2, 2001. be interested on the above listed agency should sub- Interest and a resumeor statement of qualifications to the P.O. Box 250, Charles Town, WV 25414, of appointment. regarding these appointments may be obtained i Office at ( ~ 728-3284L 11/5/2t to City of Charles Town Ward 4 move to Jefferson County of Samuel E Taylor and from the City Council, citizens residing in Ward 4 filling the unexpired term of Mr. Taylor should no- Town, 101 E. Washington Street, Charles Town, subvaission of a resume or letter of interest by November 11/5/2t b I'Iigh School has a new business partner. School a partnership contract recently with Central Company of Hagerstown, MD. The com- soft drinks and fruit drinks to the school. A with the school are planned, according 3hris Emmert. Shown during the signing are, left to right, Superinten- Principal Dr. Richard Keeler, Emmert, County Board of Education member Paul NOTICE OF PENDING OR UNADMINISTERED ESTATE Notice is hereby given that settlement of the estate of the fol- lowing named decedents will pro- ceed without reference to a fidu- ciary commissioner unless within ninety days from the first publica- tion of this notice such reference is requested by a party in interest or an unpaid creditor files a "claim and good cause is shown to sup- port such reference to a fiduciary commissioner Melissa Smoot Saucedo Christopher Saucedo Tim Saucedo, Jr. Alan Saucedo Dated this 12th day of Novem- ber, 1998. John' E. Ott Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, WV By Robin J. Gaynor, 11/12/2t Deputy To Provide Market Loss Assistance Payments Agriculture Secretary, Dan ments will be automatically paid Glickman, announced that start- to eligible farmers. They will not ing November 3, 1998, USDA will have to file an application form, begin making $2.8 billion in pay- the payment will simply be on its ments to'farmers to help offset way. heavy losses resulting from low "Even with these payments, commodity prices, and other assistance we are pro- The payments will be issued viding, there remain serious, long- only to those farmers who were term, structural problems in eligible under the 1996 Farm Bill American agriculture," said for fiscal year 1998 final Produc- Glickman. "This Administration tion Flexibility Contract (PFC) has made clear our firm belief that payments; sometimes called mar- the 1996 Farm Bill does too little ket transition payments. Al- to help farmers during bad times. though $3.057 billion was appro- The pain felt in farm country to- priated for the payments, Con- dayis a testament to the lack of an gress mandated that $200 million adequate safety net. There's still be made available for assistance a lot of work that needs to be done, NOTICE TO CREDITORS to dairy farmers. As a result, indi- and I look forward to working with AND BENEFICIARIES vidual farmers will receive about the Congress on these vital is- To the Creditors and Beneficia- 49.72 percent of their total FY sues." ries of the Estate of Paul Wesley 1998 PFC payment. These pay- For more information on 1998 Witt: All persons having claims Elswick, Ashley Hardy, Sarah Lewis, against the Estate of the saicl Paul MCA Honor AdrianneMercer, AlyssaSnuffer, Noe| Wesley Witt, deceased, whether Spickler, Katelyn Stoneberger, Mat- due or not, are notified to exhibit thew Yates same, with the voucher thereofle- Roll Released Third Grade gally verified, to the undersigned Austin Arvon, Joseph Carper, Jonathan Kriss, Alexis Mayes, Ray- at his office, 120 South George Martinsburg Christian Acad- mend McArthur, Amanda Schroen Street, P.O. Box 728, Charles emy announces its first six weeks Fifth Grade Town, WV 25414, on or before the honor roll. Ashley Ausherman, Amanda Ayers, January 29, 1999; otherwise, they First Grade Cameron Clark, Catherine Schwanke, may, by law, be excluded from all Alex Ayers, Kelsey Boule, Billy Samantha Snuffer, Delaney Watson. benefit of said estate. All benefi- Duke, II, Larry Kerns, Jennifer Sixth Grade ciaries of said estate may appear Leto, Tyler Lewis, James Rebekah Carper, Renee Horn, Christine Motilal. on or before said day to examine McNemar, Corey Morgan, JosephSeventh Grade said claims and otherwise protect Mullins, Catherine Newcome, Michael Santos, Tyson Kellerman, their interests. B r a n d o n N i c h o 1 a s, J a m e s Christopher Banks. Given under my hand this 9th Schroen, Jessica Sencindiver, Levi Eighth Grade day of November, 1998. Wingerd. Rebecca Bragg, Blair Butler, Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Second Grade Lauren Croson, James V. Elswick, II, 11/12/2t Fiduciary Commissioner Andrew Ayers,Jasmyne Bartley, Noah Bush, Justene Clark, Cassie FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the first and final account- ing of Anne Whitacre, Executrix for the Estate of Lenee Whitacre, deceased. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the three year accounting of Roy Thomas Craig, guardian for Amanda E. Craig, minor. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 1U12/2t Jefferson County FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the three year accounting of Roy Thomas Craig, guardian for Roy T. Craig, Ill, minor. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the first and final account- ing of Michael D. Roush, guardian for Aaron S. Roush, minor. Ralph A. Lerenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County Market Loss Assistance payments and other USDA programs, con- tact the Jefferson County Farm Service Agency, 209 E. Third Av- enue, Ranson, WV 25438, 304- 725-3471. The meeting on November 11 will have a three-part agenda. First, a nominating committee will be formed to select a slate of~ officers and to set a date for an~ election. Second, a group will be chosen to draft a set of by-laws.~ Third, the group will reassemble: into study groups, which will brainstorm the following declara- tion: "If your Jefferson County Bi- ! centennial could be what you~ want, when you want it, the way: you want it, where you want it, why you want it, how you want it, what will it be and what will it in- clude? Hopefully, by the end of the, evening, the group will have de-~ fined a mission. A time, date and place for the next meeting will be ' decided. FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the first and final account- ing of Alfred F. Galli and Jose- phine G. Heironimus, co-adminis- trators, C.T.A for the Estate of Libera L. Galli, deceased. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for settle- ment the final accounting of Billy F. Owens, surviving executor for the Estate of Nellie G. Owens, de- ceased. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for review and settlement both the annual accounting of conservator and the periodic report of guardian of Billy F. Owens, conservator and guard- ian for Patricia Ann Owens, a pro- tected person, both reports filed October 16, 1998, Case No. 97-G-1. Ralph A. Lorenzetti, Jr. Fiduciary Commissioner 11/12/2t Jefferson County Ryan Hardy, Rachael Palmer Shannah Thompson. Ninth Grade Sarah Banks, Kimberly. Cheeseman, Lester Joy, III, Elizabeth Nethercutt, Morgan Windle. Tenth Grade + Rebecca Croson, Christopher Glover, Julie Linton. Eleventh Grade Genny Boarman, Justin Gay, Bryan Kelvington, Sara Kucenski, Tammy Martin, Adrienne Newlon, Kelly Sieglaff. Twelfth Grade Mary Carper, Rebekah Sieglaff. Give the United Way i I at 10:00 a.m. To settle the estate of Ethel Mae Jenkins, the following wilt be offered for sale located on Darke Lane West. Directions: from Charles Town take 340 S make first nght before John's Diner, From Berryville, take 340 IV, cross state line into WV and make first left after John's Diner. Sale is approximately 1-1/2 miles down Darke Lane on the right. FURNITUFtE; flat wall china closet w/glass doors; ball claw foot piano stool; porch rocker; beige and blue floral sofa; love seat; floor model stereo; walt mount gun rack; corner shelf; 2 small stands; ivory leather recliner; 3 piece cast iron yard fumiture; plant stand; kitchen cabinet; full size bed; oak finish table w/6 chairs; blue La-Z-boy recliner; 2 small pine tables; concrete yard ornaments (jockeys and pots); yard chairs; folding chairs; misc. wall pictures; hospital bed; subaran woodstove; 2 speed washing machine; complete set of duck design dishes; duck design canister set; linens; misc. kitchen items. ~singte shovel horse plow; old wood box corn sheller; garden tractor lay-off plow; metal truck rails; misc. hand tools. BUTCHERING EQUIP: 4 butchering kettles w/stands; lard press; butchering knives and steels. Lots oi other misc. items too many to list. LUNCH RIGHTS RESERVED. Announcements on sale day take precedence over any printed matter. Seller, Patricie Gordon, Executrix for Ethel Mae Jenkins Estate AUCTIONEER: Wesley K. Ware, WV Lic. No. 1006 CLERK: Charles E. Ware PUBLIC AUCTION AT Int'l Freight Cargo-NOTE: U.S. Customs Cleared & Duties Paid WV STATE ARMORY INDIAN, CAUCASIAN, CHINESE, TURKISH ANATOLIAN RUGS, ETC. Certified as Hamedan, Kashan. Heriz, Sarouk, Isfahan, Bidjar, Kazak, Bokhara, Chinese, Harati, Prayer Rugs, Hinting, Keshmir, Tree of Life, Long Runners, etc Including a scarce 10x13 Silk & Wool Nain. 10% buyers premium TERMS Cash, checks, V SA & MC McAtee Farm Berryville, Virginia Saturday, November 14th, 1998 at 9:34 a.m. Farm Machinery Pickup Tools Auction to be held at McAtee Farm on Rt. 653 1.5 miles west of Berryville, VA. From Berryville take Rt. 7 west to Rt. 653. Turn beside Q-Stop, go 1 mile to farm on right. Watch for auction signs. Farmall H Tractor w/good paint & tires; Old Case DC3 Tractor 4 cyl gas motor, tricycle type, with 3 point hitch; Ford 9N Tractor (good parts only, has been in fire); J.D. 1209 Haybine; Hesston 5500 Hay Roller; Howse 3 pt. 6' Bushog; 3 pt. Hay Bale spear; Old I.H. Pull type sickle bar mower; 5 wheel hay rake; Hay Ring; Mineral Feeder; Sprayer Rig. PICKUP: 1987 Ford F-250 heavy duty Pickup, 2 wheel drive, 460 Motor, 93,000 miles, Nice Truck. Craftsman Tools--3" Belt sander, 9" miter saw, Scroll saw, Table & Band saw, Router (1-1/2 hp new); Delta 12" Compound Miter saw (new); Poulan 305 chainsaw (like new); Remington 14" Electric chain saw; 10 amp Battery charger; (2) Reese Sway bar hitches; Leeson 1-1/2 hp Air Compressor; Bench grinder; (2) Industrial Impact Drills; B&D skilsaw & drill; (2) Sets Craftsman 1/2" drive sockets; (3) Dater Horse clippers (1 cordless); Horse equipment; Saddle racks; Shoeing equipment; Misc. Halters, Tack; Old water can; Hyd. Jacks; Alum ladders (8 ft. & 12 ft. extension); Pushmowers; Propane Reddy Heater 250,000 BTU; Misc. Electrical Supplies, Stilts and Misc. drywall tools. THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LISTING. JUST TOO MUCH TO LIST. Bolens Riding Mower w/38" Front mount deck, 11 hp Briggs & Stratton; Wood Stoves; Metal Storage Cabinets. Cash or Good check with ID. Announcements day of auctions take priority over printed ads. Not responsible for accidents. Food on site. HASH AUCTIONS BERRYVILLE, VA 540-955-0277 AUCTIONEER: BRIAN HASH, VAAR #2032. WV#1122 PA #AU.~O3641.R By order of the Trustee, the complete liquidation of all trust assets including outstanding rugs and furniture. Roger Schlossberg, Attorney for the Trustee 2-Day Public Liquidation Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7p.m. 1-Day Public Auction Sunday, November 15th at 12 noon to be held on-site at the COCHRAN AUCTION COMPLEX, BOONSBORO, MARYLAND (exit 35 south off lnterstate 70) Over I Million Dollars In Inventory of Outstanding Oriental Rugs Over 1,000 handmade oriental rugs including both antique and modern. Highlights included in this huge inventory that must be liquidated are 10 by 14 antique Lavar Kerman, antique Shizazg Cavcaison's, semi-antique 10 by 13 Meshads, semi-antique 10 by 14 Kashan, semi-antique Heriz, many antique and semi-antique Persian rugs; other outstanding rugs from 2 by 3 to Palace size including Tabriz, Kashan, Nailn, Esfahan, Baktiari and others. Outstanding Furniture and Accessories A triple door china cabinet, several beautiful solid wood desks, armoires; fine four drawer chests, inlaid commodes, curio cabinets, mahogany hall stands with marble; inlaid marble top cabinets; chairs; all types of stands; dressers with mirrors; many occasional tables; marble top sideboard; Chippendale style settee; Venetian mirror and other mirrors; oil paintings and framed prints; bronzes; carved marble sculptures; flow blue and porcelains, and hundreds of other items not listed. Lame Inventor/of Omce FurOre and Euulnment (most of which is new and unused) Note: This is a very partial listing only. Also to be sold the daV Of the auction: FORK LIFT, OEUVERY TRUCK, PALLET JACKS & MUCH MORE! For further information please contact the Auction Company at (301) 7390538. Terms include cash or approved check with positive identification required for registration. Not responsible for accidents on site: Food, seating and facilities available on site. AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES LTD PROFESSIONAL AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS SINCE 1972 7704 Mapleviile Road PC). Box 222 Boonsboro. MO. 21713-0222 (301) 739-0538 NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED . AWARD WINNING AUCTIONEERS SINCE 1972