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10 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder February 17, 19'/7 i i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA ADREN JONES. JOHN E. ARBUCKLE. ERNEST L. ARBUCKLE. LADDIE R. BELL. and GRETCHEN DAVIS. Plaintiffs. v. CIVIL ACTION NO. 1041 ROUZER OIL COMPANY. a West Virginia corporation: ROY G. HILDRETH, JR.., individually andd/b/a Roy G. Hildreth end Sons: ROY G. HILDRETH, individually and d/b/a Roy G. Hildroth and Sons: PATTY CRIHFIELD; VIRGIL DAUGHERTY; LEWIS SMITH; NELSON G. NAY'LOR, personal representative of the Estate of W. F. Cook: CLARA NAYLOR; NELSON G. NAYLOR; H. BROOKS PAXTON: BILL PAXTON: MRS. DORCAS ARNOLD; H.A. WRIGHT; MRS. CLAUDE B. SMITH; LOLA M. BRANNON; GROVER HEDGES; GROVER HEDGES, personal representative of the Estate of Elizabeth Hedges; CHARLES F. ADAMS: GREGORY ADAMS: BETTY JANE GOODWIN: MARJORIE BETHUNE CHARYL ANN FLESHER: KAREN LEE FLESHER WILLIAM L. FLESHER: GEORGE M. ROBERTS PAUL K. WEEKLY; SARAH M, ROBERTS KATHERINE C. WEEKLY; KENNA MCCTILTY; R. L. MCULTY; O. S. BRANNON; LLOYD EVERETT; P. C. CLEVENGER; CLAUDE B. SMITH: L. F. POFFENBARGER, W. E. DAUGHERTY and LON RUNNION, all individually and as agent for all persons, firms and corporations having an interest in the F. W. Bell Off and Gas Lease dated May 3, 1937. Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION The obiect of the above-entitled action is to have declared cancelled, terminated and ended a certain oil and gas lease which was entered into on the 3rd day of May, 1937, by and between F. W. Bell and Lora D. Bell as lessors and George M. Roberts as lessee and concerning a certain tract of land generally described as follows: "All that certain tract of land situated in Dekalb District. Gilmer County and State of West Virginia, on the waters of Leading Creek bounded substantially as follows: On the North by lands of French Cthers On the East by lands of Adrian Jones On the South by lands of French Cathors On the West by lands of Dock Jones Containing Two Hundred acres, more or less...," Said oil and gas lease being recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia. in Book 134, at Page 159. It appearing that Lola M. Brannon. 16221 "Sonthwest 99th Court. Miami, Florida 33101, Cheryl Ann Flasher. 34 S. Ninth Street. Oahtamo. Michigan 49077, Karen Lee Flasher, 3486 S. Ninth Street, Oshtemo. Michigan 49077, William L. Flasher, 116 Woodward Avenue, Kalamazoo, Michigan 40007. H. A, Wright, 216 West Second Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101, Meriorie Bethune, 214 Sane Drive, Metairie, Louisiana 70005, Charles F. Adams, P. O. Box 41, Parker. Colorado 80134, Betty Jane Goodwin, RFD # 7, Upper Smyra Road, Conyers, Georgia 30207. H. Brooks Paxton, Fisher Building. Detroit. Michigan 48202, and Bill Paxton, Fisher Building, Detroit. Michigan 48202. are successors in title to the lessee's interest in the aforesaid oil and gas lease; and that said persons are non-residents of the State of West Virginia; it is ORDERED that each of them do appear and serve on John M. Slack, III. plaintiffs' attorney. whose address is P. O. Box 553. Charleston. West Viinia 25322. an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before March tl. 1977. otherwise judgment by default will be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office located in Glenville in said County and State. Entered by the said Court February 4. 1977. LANE SMITH Clerk of said Court ll-2-10-2tc AN ORDINANCE TO ESTABLISH MUNICIPAL COURT AND TO CREATE THE POSITION OF "'MUNICIPAL JUDGE" TO PRESIDE OVER SAID COURT AND TO ESTABLISH QUALIFICATIONS, DUTIES AND AUTHORITY OF SAiD POSITION; REPEAL OF INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES AND ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary by the Common Council of the City of Glenville to create this ordinance to better serve the city residents anl else to protect the property, welfare and eataty ot the citizens Of the City of Glanvilla and to upgrade the 'nmnicil} ouR, thus*providtog' for an unbiased posltio, independent of other municipal duties and, NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENVILLE. THAT THE FOLLOWING PROVI gleNS WILL BE ESTABLISHED. SECTION 1-1. MUNICIPAL COURT. 1-2. MUNICIPAL JDGE. i-3. MAINTENANCE OF DOCKET. 1.4. ISSUANCE OF ARREST WARRANTS. 1-5. ISSUANCE OF SUMMONSES. I-6. ISSUANCE OF SUBPOENAES. I-7. TRIAL AND DISPOSITION OF CASES. 1-8. APPEARANCE BONDS AUTHORIZED. 1@. IMPOSITION AND REMISSION OF FINES AND COSTS. 1-10, APPEALS. 1-11, BOND AMOUNTS, CONDITIONS AND FORMS. 1-12. DISPOSITION AND REPORT OF FINES AND COSTS. 1-13. DISTURBANCE OF PROCEEDINGS, DISOBEDIENCE. CONTEMPTUOUS BEHAVIOR. 1-14, VIOLATIONS. 1-1. MUNICIPAL COURT. There is hereby established e court which shall be called the Municipal Court. The Municipal Judge of the CiW of Glanville shall preside over saidconrt. I-2. MUNICIPAL JUDGE. The municipal iudge shall be an elected official, and so elected for a term of two years, at the regular City election to be held the first Tuesday in June in 1977 and at every re[ular City election held every two years henceforth thereafter. The term of office shall begin on the first day of July, 1977 of the year following the election and will expire on June 3Oth, 1979 and likewise every two years the'fter. A person may hold the office as many times as re-elected by the City voters. The Municipal Judge will be elected by a popular vote andcan be so elected by a margin of only one vote and shall be elected by s vote of the citizens of the City of Glenville, who ere entitled to vote in the City elections. The filing fee for this office shall be one percent {1%) of the annual salary. The Municipal Judge shall be a conservator of the peace within the city and insofar as any ordinance of the City is concerned, shall huve and shall exercise all such powers and duties in criminal cases as a magistrate may lawfully exercise under the statutes of the State, and as amended, and he or she shah also be ex-officio a magistrate within the City. and shaH, within said City. have and exercise aH of the criminal powers and perform all duties fixed by law or, in the future amended, in a magistrate, except that be shall have no jurisdiction in civil cases, and shall have such further powers and perform such other duties as may be from time to time prescribed or conferred by any law of the State or by ordinance of the City of Glenville and in no other way. A person must meet all of the qualifications of this ordinance before being allowed to file for the office prior to the election or the Filing fee will be returned and the ineligible person's name so filed, will be removed or struck from the ballot. The person elected as municipaljudge, shah bee bona fide resident of this city, and must have so resided within this City for the last twelve months prior to the taking of office on July 1st of the year of the election, or if appointed, must so reside the last twelve months prior to taking said office by said appointment; must he a qualified voter of said City and be at least 21 yeats of age pror to taking office: shall have a high school education or its equivalent: shall not have been convicted of any felony or any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude and is to familiarize bim or herself with all laws, rules and regulations pertaining to said office in order to carry out the duties of the office effectively. Tbe Municipal Judge shaH, before entering upon the duties of office, be sworn in by the Mayor or Recorder as prescribed by City Charter. and execute bond as required. If a vacancy in office shall occur by death, failure to serve by refusing to take the oath of office, resignation, moving out of the City limits, or by some other means, City Counicl members shall fill said vacancy by aooointmant by the council, from among the citizens of this City, who are eligible under this orditmuce and said person so uppointad will serve until the next regular City election. The Municipal Judge is to handle the judicial matters within the municipality and shall preside over the municipal court and shall be known as the Municipal Judge. The Municipal Judge and Municipal Court shall have jurisdiction, exercise the powers and perform the duties spaclfied for magistrates, municipal courts and municipal judges respectively, in Sections 50-I-1 to and including 50-5-13, and 8-10-1, and 8-10-2 of the W.Va. Code, as emended. The Municipal Judge shall have the jurisdiction to hear and try all misdemeanor criminal cases urisin out of a hereon, or oersons violating any City Ordinance, providin a the violation did ocur within the City Halts of the City of Glenville. Any warrant or other process issued by him or her may be executed at any place within the County in which the municipsflity m so located: shall have power to issue arrest warrants in aH criminal matters, to issue warrants for search and seizure and, except in cases involving capital offenses, to set and admit collected, receipt number, whether committed to jail. and all other information that may be relevant, 1.4. ISSUANCE OF ARREST WARRANTS. No warrant of arrest shah be issued by the municipal judge or anyone, except upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation; but upon the verbal complaint of any person of the violation of any of the ordinances of the City aforesaid, the person may. if he or she thinks there be good reason therefor, issue a warrant to have said alleged offender brought before the Municipal Judge to hear the evidence as to said allegedoffense, and the municipal judge shall render iudgement accordingly. On any judgment rendered in pursuance of such Warrant us mentioned in this section, execution may be issued as for other offenses. In oddition to the municipal judge, the mayor and the city recorder and the chief of police and in the absence from the station house of the chief of police the captains and lientenants of police each have the authority {see W.Va. Code 8-14-3 ae amended} to administer oaths to complainants and shah have the authority as herein set forth to issue warrants for all offenses committed against this code and its amendments hereinafter adopted and also to accept apearance bond. In the absence from the City. or sickness or hospitalization of the municipal iudge, or during any temporary vacancy in the office of municipal judge, the Mayor may appoint a person similarly qualified to serve as municipal iudge during such absence without the necessity of City Council approval. The compensation of the temporary municipal judge shall be determined by City Council. I-5. ISSUANCE OF SUMMONSES. When a complaint of an alleged ordinance violation is made to the municipal judge or such other official as specified in section 1.4. the municipal iudge may in his discretion, in lieu of issuing an arrest warrant, issue a summons, ordering the alleged offender to personally appear before the municipal court at a time specified therein to answer to the charges against him. The summons shah contain a brief description of the offense charged but need not be set out verbatim the provisions of the ordinance alleged to have been violated. Upon the failure of any person to appear before the municipal court as commanded in a summons lawfully served on him or her. the cause may beprocoeded with ex parts, and the judgement of the court shall be valid and binding subject to the defendant's right of appeal. 1-6. ISSUANCE OF SUBPOENAES. The municipal judge or those officials as specified in section 1-4, may subpoena as witnesses aH persons whose testimony he or she believes will be relevant and material to matters coming before the court, and it shall be unlawful for any eairson, lawfully served with such a subpoena, to l or neglect to comply therewdh. The Municipal Judge may declare any such person in contempt of court as defined in section 1-13. 1-7. TRIAL  DISPOSITION OF CASES. Every person chargbd with violating a municival ordinance shall be entitled to an immediate trial and disposition of his or her case, provided it is not on a Sundayor holiday and also provided it is during the set hours of this ordinance or during the time Municipal Court is in session or the municipal iudge is reasonably available. However, the provisions of this section shall not apply when the alleged offender, by reason of drunkenness or other incapacity, is not in a proper condition or is not able to appear before the court. I-8. APPEARANCE BONDS AUTHORIZED. When the municipal judge is not available or when an alleged offender requests and/or has reasonable grounds for a delay in the trial of his or her case, he or she may, in lieu of going to or remaining in jailpending disposition of his or her case, be allnwed to post an appearance bond with anyone so designated to accept the same by this ordinance, provided such alleged offender is not drunk or otherwise in need of protective custody. I-9. IMPOSITION AND REMISSION OF FINES AND COSTS. All fines, costs or other to bail and set appearance bond, and to issue monies collected and due the City of Glenville subpoenas, summonses or other processes shah be turned over to the city treasurer by the pertaining to the office, and to issue executions end of every month. The City shah be entitled to, for all fines and costs imposed by him or her; may and the municipal judge may tax, in all cases commit any person found in violation of a ci appealing before him involving any violations of . ordinance to left; shall receive a compemmtion of City ordinances, the same costs and in the same $350,00 per month for his or her services, which amount as a magistrate may tax. will be effective up to an including lune 3Oth, 1-10. APPEALS. Any defendant who Is 1979. paid out of the City treasury, and shall not dissatisfied with any judgment of the municipal be increased during the term for which elected or court against him or her, within the ten {10J days appointed. This compemmtion is to be fixed by the next after such udgment is rendered, Sundays Clt Council and can only he,incrnamd offutive and legal h _o&lays excepted, may appeal to the ' at the beginning-or a new'term of offlcO m" which .... next tei of the circuit court upon posting an  elected or appointed. He or she shah not be a appeal bond as set forth in 1-11. For State law ks ' voting member of City Council or hold any other to appeals from judgment of a municipal Judge, elected office or any position within City W.Va. Code, section 8-34-1 will apply as may be government, amended. Office hours are set at from 10 A.M. to 12 1-11. BOND AMOUNTS. CONDITIONS AND noon daily, except Sunday and holidays. Other FORMS. An appearance bend in anycnse before hours in addition to the shove hours may be eat the municipal court shall be in such amount as by the municipal judge to take care of pending the municipal judge shah prescribe either in cases. No trials will be conducted on Sundays or person or by phone or by a typed list designating on a holiday, but a hearing may be held for the the amounts for the various offenses and shall be [)urpose of setting an appearance bond on said conditioned that the defendant shall appear for thai before the municipal court at the stated time uaySrhe Municipal Judge may appoint the ci and date. The appearance bond will be forfeited metermaid or other city employee as "Clerk of in full to the City of Glenvllle ff anyone posting The Court", to take appearance bond. The cit such bond does not appear for trinlon the time metermaid or other city mnployea will type all and. date specified. warrants or reports, etc., during their regular An appeal bond in any case shall be in the working hours. In addition to the 'C.Jerk of The sum of Five Hundred Dollars {$500.00} and shall Court", the ranking city police officer on duty can be conditioned that ff the circuit court shall find take appearance bond. against the appealer, the fine and aH Costs of the The City of Glenville will provide, furnish, trial and appeal shall be promptly paid by the and maintain an office for the municipal judge. Otandant and/or his sureties. An appearance or 1-3. MAINTENANCE OF D. The appeal bond in any case may be made in the form Municipal Judge shall keep e complete docket of of a cash deposit or by any corporate surety all matters coming before him in his judicial company authorized to do business in West capacity. The docket shall include for each Virginia or by two (2} private persons who defendant such information as his or her name, individually own real property located within warrant, citation, or summons number, alleged Gilmer County. No other type bond shah be offense, disposition, fines and costs imposed and acceptable. 1-12. DISPOSITION AND REPORT OF FINES SALE 20% OFF All Red Wing Boots (in stock sizes) Now is the time to save on long wearing Red Wing Boots We Stock Safety Shoes Many styles to choose from Sale ends Feb. 28 GILMER SHOE SHOP 7 South Lewis St. Opposite Go-Mart - Glenville AND COSTS. A record shall be kept as required by any State Auditor or by the City Council. This record will be open to the public for inspection at any time. 1-13. DISTURBANCE OF PROCEEDINGS, DISOBEDIENCE, CONTEMPTUOUS BEHAVIOR. The Municipal Judge may punish for contempt of courf a person guilty of any of the following acts, and in no other case: A. Contemptuous or insolent behavior toward the municinal judge while enraged in the trial of a case or in any other jndicin|preddin$: B. Any breach of the peace, willful disturbance, or indecent, indecorous, profane or blasphemous language, or by any distracting conduct whatsoever in the presence of the municipal judge while so engaged, or so near as to obstruct or interrupt the proceedings; C. Vtolence or threats of violence to the municipal judge, or any pelic 9 officer, juror,, witness, orparty going to, attending, or returning from, any udicial proceeding before the court Best of Luck to Tom McPherson in His New Real Estate Agency, Town & Country t30 Elk Street - G assaway, Office 384-8365 or 314-M47, Evenings Call: Jeff Wynne 3114-2828; William H unt - 768-2401; Wendell Hay 766-6164; Danny Law 462.52fl0. with respect to anything done or to be done in the course of such proceeding: D. Misbehavior of any police officer acting in his official capacity with respect to any action or judicial proceeding, had or pending before the court, or any process, judgment, order or notice therein; E. Willful resistance of an order by or in the p.resence of the municipal judge, by an officer of the court, juror, witness, party or other person to any lawful process or order of the court. F. Resistance or disobedience by a police or other officer, witness, juror, party or other person to any lawful process, or judgement rendered or order of the municipal judge. 1-14. VIOLATIONS. Upon a violation of anything in section 1-13, the Municipal Judge may, if necessary, issue a warrant of arrest for such person, who shall be given an opportunity to be heard. In the event such person is adjudged guilty of contempt, the person may be fined not more than fifty dollars for the first offense. For a second offense occurring during the same proceeding the person may be fined not more than one hundred dollars For the third or subsequent offense occurring during the same proceeding, the person may be fined not more than one hundred dollars, or imprisoned in jail for not more than ten days, or both fined and imprisoned. It is the intent of the Common Council of the City of Glenville that each separate section and/or part of a section, and/or provision of this ordinance shall be deemed independent of all other sections and/or parts of sections, and/or provisions herein, and it is further the intention of the Common Council of the City of Glenvilla that if any section and/or part of a section, and/or provision of this ordinance be declared to be invalid, all other sections and/or parts of sections, and/or provisions therein shall remain valid and in full force and effect, and enforceable, All ordinances, or parts of ordinances, in conflict herewith, or inconsistent herewith, are hereby repealed tn that extent and no further. This ordinance shall be in effect immediately upon final passage by the Common Council of the City of Glenville. CERTIFICATE OF ENACTMENT I. Delbert L. Davidson. Mayor. do hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was lawfully ordained and the final reading was held at the regular council session assembled on February 7. 1977, and said ordinance was enacted by the Council of the City of Glenville and said ordinance shall be in immediate force and effect as of February 7, 1977. DELBERT L. DAVIDSON, MAYOR ATTEST: EDNA WHITE, RECORDER I-O-2ol 7-1 tc REMINDER TO TAXPAYERS March 1st, 1977, last day to receive 2A% Discount on second half of 1976 Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes. March 2nd through March 31st. second half 1976 Taxes will be collected at face value. Interest on second half beginning April 1. 1977. Receipts will be mailed to those mailing in tax payments. CLARK R. JAMES Sheriff and Treasurer Of Gilmer County II-O-2-10-2tc LEGAL NOTICe. OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until 2:30 PM February 24, 1977 on File 32 for Glenville State College on Reqn. No. 214 for: Contract for printing of Glenville State College Student Newspaper "The Glenviile Mercury" No bid will bd considered unless submitted Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.45. Total - $880.59. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-0-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Okay McCartney. Okay McCartney, Jr., Manoka McCartney Hardman. Manella McCall- nay Clevenger, and all the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okay McCartney, if he be deceased You will take notice that I.L. Morris and Trio Petroleum Corporation. a corporation, the purchaser of the followingreal estate, a 1/5th interest in and to the Minerals in, on and underlying a tract of 33 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District, which was returned delinquent in the name of Okey McCartney, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County st the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November. 1975. has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977, as provided by law. unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day. March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31st - $590.00. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $94.46. Total - $703.60. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Okay McCartney. Okay McCartney, Jr., Manoka McCartuey Hardman, Maneila McCart- nay Clevenger, and all the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okay McCartney. if he be dacoased You will take notice that I.L. Morris end Trio Petroleum Corporation. a corporation, the purchaser of the foll0wingrual estate, a 1/Sth interest in and to the Minerals in. on and underlying a tract of 23 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Okay McCariney, and was sold by the sheriff of Gllmor County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November. 1975, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first Day of April 1977, as provided by law. unless before that da you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31st - $590.00, Amount of taxes paid on the property, since. the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.o0. Amount paid for preparation o'f list of those to be served, and for preparation and service of on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance and Administration. Room W-130, Capitol Building, the notice - $94.46. Charleston. West Virginia. Total - 703.60. BEN E. RUBRECHT. DIRECTOR You may redeem at any time before March 2-10-2tc thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest. Gven under my hand this 14th day of NOTICE TO REDEEM January, 1977. TO Doris Logsden, Alvin L. Engelke. and all the MARY R. DAVIDSON unknown heirs, davisees, legatees and/or the Clerk of the County Commission personal representatives of the said Doric GilmerCounty Logsden. if she be deceased. You will take notice that I.L. Mot'r and Trio  State of West VirLia Petroleum Corporation. a orporatian; te'   ' " : HI..O*2-10t* purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/72nd interest in and to the Off and Gas in, on and NOTICE TO REDEEM underlying a tract of 110.75 acres, more or lass, TO Miriam S. Kornhauser, and all the unknown situate on the waters of Gluck Run. Located in heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personal Glenville District, which was returned delinquent representatives of the said Miriam S. in the name of Doris Logsden, and was sold by the Kornhauser, if she be deceased sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent You will take notice that Wendell Belknap, taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, the purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/8ih has requested that you be notified that a deed for interest in and to tho Oil and Gas in, on and such real estate will be made to him nn or after underlying a tract of 40 acres, more or less, the first day of April 1977, as provided by law, situate on the waters of the Left Fork of Steer" unless before that day you redeem such real Creek. Located in Canter District, which was estate. The amount you will have to pay to returned delinquent in the name of Miriam S. redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be Kornhansor. and was sold by the sheri of Gilmer as follows: County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested March 31st - $354.00. that you he notified that a deed for such real Amount of taxes paid on the property, since estate will be made to him on or after the first day the sale with interest to March 31st - $1.73. of April 1977, a8 provided by law, unless before Amount paid for survey and report- $15.00. that day you redeem such real estate. The Amount paid for preparation of list of those amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last to be served, and for preparation and service of day. March thirty-firsL will be as follows: the notice - $'94.48. Amount paid sheriff as sale, with interest to Total - $46,5,21, March 31st - $389.40. You may redeem at any time before March Amount of taxes paid on the property, since thirty-first by paying the above total less any the sale with interest to March 31st - $1.38. unearned interest. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Given under my hand this 14th day of Amcunt paid for proparation of list of those to be Janunry. 1977. served, and for preparation and service of the MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gihoer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO Virginia Lee Bowyer Smith, and aH the un. known heirs, devisees, legatees and/or the personl representatives of the said Virginia Lee Bowyer Smtth, if she be deceased You will take notice that I.L. Morris and Trio Petoleum Corporation. a corporetien, the purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/eth interest in and to the Oil and Gas in, on and underlyin 8 .a tract of 195 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Dusk Camp, Located in Glenville District, which was returned delinquent in the name of Virginia Lee Bowyer Smith, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested that yon be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977, as provided by law, unless before that da you redeem such real estate. The amount yon will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount pe sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31St - $fi.00. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $8.26. Amount paid for survey end report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of those to he served, and for preparation and service of the notice - $92.39. Total - $2,003.65. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by payin 8 the above total less any unearned interest. Given under my hand this 14th day of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Vlrginin IH-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO RFEEM TO Okay McCartnev, Okev McCartnaV, Jr., Manoka McCartnay Hardmun. Manella McCart- nay Clevenger, and all the unkewn heirs, doviseas, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Okay McCartnay, ff he be deceased You will take notice that I.L. Morris and Trio Petroleum Corporation, a corporation, the purdhaear of the following real estate, a 1/Sth interest in and to the Minerals in. on and underlying a traCt of 74 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Lower Two Run. Located in Center District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Okay McCartnay, and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November. 1075. has requested that yon be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on fter the first day of April 1977, as provided by law. unless before that day you redeem such real estate. The amount yon will have to pay to redeem on the last day. March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31st - $767.00. Amount of taxes pnid t the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $4.14. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. notice - $91.46. Total - $497.26. You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by payin8 the above total s any unearned interest Given under my hand this 14th doy of January, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gilmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO REDEEM TO The Nancy Turner. Hrs., D. H. Turner, Turner. and all the unknown heirs, devim, legatees and/or the personal representatives of the said Nancy Turner, Hrs., ff they be damaged You will take notice that Wendell Bo]kap, the purchaser of tho following real estate, a Hth interest in and to the Oil and Gas in, en and underlying a tract of 80 acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Owens Run. Located in Center District, which was returned delinquent in the name of Nancy Turner, Hrs., and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November. 1975, has requested that you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or after the first day of April 1977, as provided hy law, unless before that dax you redeem such real estate. The smonnt you will have to pay to redeem on the last day. March thirty-first, will be as followa: Amount paid sheriff at sale. with interest to March 31st - $454.30. Amount of taxes paid on the property, since the sale with interest to March 31st - $1.38. Amount paid for survey and report - $15.00. Amount paid for preparation of list of tho to he served, and for preparation end service of the notice - $95,50. Total - $566.18. .You may redeem at any time before March thirty-first by paying the above total less any unearned interest, Given under my hand this 14th day of Ianunry, 1977. MARY R. DAVIDSON Clerk of the County Commission Gllmer County State of West Virginia III-O-2-10-3t* NOTICE TO RDEFJVl TO Carrie S. Godfrey, and all the unknown heir. devisee, legatees and/or the personol representatives of the said Carrie S. Gddrey, if he be deceased You will take notice that Wendell Beiknap, the purchaser of the following real estate, a 1/lOath interest in and to the Minerals in. on and underlying u tract of 171 acres, more or lees. situate on the waters of Lower Run. Locatad in DeKalb District. which was returned delinquent in the name of Carris S, Oodfrey. and was sold by the sheriff of Gilmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes made on the 17th day of November, 1975, has requested thst you be notified that a deed for such real estate will be made to him on or affer the first day of April 1977. as provided by law, unless before that ds you redeem such real estate. The amount you will have to pay to redeem on the last day, March thirty-first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff at sale, with interest to March 31st - I;129.80. Amount of taxes the sale with Amount Amount to be served the notice. - $92.64. Total - $239.51. You may redeem tbirty-first by paying fits unearned interest. Given under my January, 1977. NOTICE TO TO Walter Walton, all the Boggs. You will take notice purchaser of mtersst in and to the tract of 88 acres, more interest in and to the tract of 101 acres, tracts being situate on Located in Center delinquent in the name sold by the z I" eriff fiG[ delinquent taxes made November, 1975, has notified that a deed for made to him on or 1977. as our ave to pay to redeem thirty-first, will be as f Amount paid sheriff at ! March 31st - $395.30. . Amount of taxes paid the sale with interest to Amount paid for Amount paid for to be served, and for the notice - $106.64. Total - $526.76. You may redeem at thirty-first by paying the unearned interest. Given under my ha January. 1977. TO Dorothy or Dortha McHenry, and aH the legatees and/or the the said Dorothy deceased You Petroleum Corporation, purchaser of the followi interest in and to the underlying a tract of 53.5 situate on the water in the name of Doroth, the sheriff of delinquent taxes made on November, 1975, has notified that a deed made to him on ur after 1977 as to pay t? redeem thirty-first, will be as Amount paid sheriff et March 31st - $141.60. Amount of taxes paid o9' the sale with interest to M Amount paid for survey $ Amount paid for to be served, and for the notice - $93.96. Total - $251.94. You may thirty-first by paying the unearned interest. Given under my hand January, 1977, Clerk To the Creditors estate All of Lucy are notified to exhibit ofice betore August 10, 1977, otherwise, they ] a' by i benefits of said estate, All beneficiaries on or before said day to otherwise protect their Given under my ha February, 1977. / Denrl Clay Simmons, Ev$ Plaintiffs. vs. ORDER 76-C-26 Myra Inc. Rebecca Trachman, Parer, Iue Parst, Thomas L Jr., George W. Stavuneun, William H. Platts, Funccius, Gall K. unknown owners of interests in the well 1969. from Myron H. Defendants. The object of the abandonment of that development of nil acrse, situate in West Virginia, and therefrom. It that Paret, Cerita Trachnmn, Ran Henry M. Botuck. Tamez. Bett W. Stevenson, Platts. Frances P. Siegel State of West the lease and thereon. Harvey at. al. toR, J. are unknown it upon John R. addresss is P. O. 26452, sn answqt complaint filed in this day of March, default will he thereafter. A from Entered by 14, lg77. The State of 42, Reg. No. 2078. corrugated iron or No bids will be The State of 42, Req. No. precast concrete No bide will