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liner County Concrete Concrete Ready Mixed S ) ! 5 ,} i Page 8 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, July 3, 2003 III I II i i , ii Magistrate's Court # 105, in care of trustees. The con- Traffic Violations sidered sum of this land is $583.33. On May 16, 2003, John a. Cityof Glenville-Traffic Richards,39,ofGrantsville, wascited On Thursday, June 26 at 11:30 by the W. Va. state police for speed- p.m., Patrick Shawn Cutright, 29, ing. of Gienville, driving a 1994 Ford On May 22, 2003, Roger Kent Tempo which he owns, ran off the Stobart, 26, of Wharton, W. Va., was pavement on Elm Street; his front cited by W. Va. state police for driving wheel ran into a drain of a culvert. He on a suspended/revoked license, and was not wearing his seat belt. also for no proof of insurance. Sheriff's Dept. On May 22, 2003, Roger Kent Traffic Report Stobart was cited by W. Va. state On Monday, June 23 at 5:24 p.m., police for registration violations. Sheldon Riddle, 36, of Nettle, ddv- On May21,2003,EwellRayStump, ing a Buick on College Street, was 22, of Sand Fork, was cited by W. Va cited for expired registration and no state police for registration violations proof of insurance, according to the and for no proof of insurance. Sheriff's Dept. OnMay21,2003,EwellRayStump, Lynette Denise LaGrone, 40, of 22, of Sand Fork, was cited by W. Va Letter Gap, on Monday, June 23 at state police for driving on a suspended/ 8:25 p.m., was driving a 1984 Chevy revoked license, which she owns. She was cited by On May 15, 2003, James Heath Sheriff's Dept. for expired registra- Summers, 35, of French Creek, re- lion. ceived two citations from the W. Va. On Tuesday, June 24 at 7:00 DOH for overweight, overwidth and p.m., Melvin Starkey, 21, of Glen- overlength, ville, was charged with disturbing Deeds the peace by spinning the tires of a On Feb. 20, 2003, James J. Shaver 1989 Chevy, owned by Billy Jenkins sold to Mary Beth Lichty a parcel of of Glenville. land in Whiting Addition, Glenville, for Herschel Matthew Miller, 34, of $57,000. Glenville was cited by Sheriff's Dept. On Mar. 7, 2003, Janice Kay on Thursday, June 26 at 8:43 p.m. for Geschwind, Beverly Jane Morel, parking a Yamaha Grizzly ATV on a Donna Jean Broerman, and Ken- city street. The ATV was owned by neth Rollin Gifford, Jr., transferred Kenneth Self of Stours Mills. gas and oil rights of a 44.75 acre lot Kenneth Townsend, 37, of Glen- along the waters of Middle Run to the ville, was cited for an unleashed dog GlenvilleOddfellowsLodge, I.O.O.F. on Friday, June 27 at 9:18 a.m. Glenviile Moose Lodge #2604 " III to 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Officers'meeting at 6:30; membership meeting at 7:30 p.m. DETAILING p, Inc. Professional Services Offered: Wash Only, Inside (_'leaned, Wax, Steam Seats, Steam Carpet, Engine Cleaned. * Call for an appointment! Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. P.O. Box 159, Glenville, WV 26351, (304) 462-4881 Illlllll II II I I I I J, HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Residents who will be 65 ).'ears of age (or older) between July !, 2003 and June 30, 2004, or who are permanently and totally disabied, may apply for the $20,000 Homestead Exemption, be- tween July 1 and December 1. Applicants must have been a resident of West Virginia for two consecutive calender years preceding the tax year in which they apply and own a homestead that is exclusively used for residential purposes. Applicants that have been previously approved for Homestead Exemption. and still own the same property, need not reapFly. If you wish to apply for h )mestead exemption or have any questions, stop by or call the Assessor's office at 462-773 I. Gary L. Wolfe, Assessor of Gilmer County II I II I IIII asoline. 462-7820 On~Off Road Diesel. Beer. Wine. Hot Dogs. Snacks Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sundays 8 aJn. - 9 p.m. Insect Repellents- choosing and using Mosquitoes, biting flies and ticks can be annoying and sometimes pose a serious risk to public health. In certain areas of the U.S.. mosquitoes can transmit diseases like West Nile Virus. Biting flies can inflict a pain- ful bite that can persist for days and become infected. Ticks can transmit diseases like Lyme disease. Accord- ing to the U.S. Environmental Protec- tion Agency (EPA), when properly used, insect repellents can discourage biting insects from landing on treated skin or clothing. Choosing Insect Repellents Insect repellents are available in various forms and concentrations. Aerosol and pump-spray products are intended for skin applications as well as for treating clothing. Liquid, cream, h)tion, spray and stick products enable direct skin ap- plication. Products with a low concentration of active ingredient may bc useful in highly infested areas or with insect species which are more difficult to repel. Using Insect Repellents Safely EPA recommends the following precautions when using insect repel- lents: Apply only to eXl~sed skin and/or clothing as directed on the label. Do not use under clothing. Never use repellents over cuts, wounds, or irritated skin. Do not apply to eyes and mouth, and apply sparingly around ears. When using spray, do not spray di- rectly onto face; spray on hands first and then apply to lace. Do not allow children to handle the products, and do not apply to children's hands. Apply to your own hands and then put it on the child. Do not spray in enclosed areas and do not use near food. After returning indoors, wash treated skin with soap and water. This is especially important when repel- lents are used repeatedly in a day or on consecutive days. Also, wash treated clothing before wearing again. Get specific medical information about the active ingredients in repel- lents and other pesticides by calling the National Pesticide Information Center at 10800-858-7378. Local merchants are friendly, helpful and more likely to know your namet Please patronize theml NOTICE TO REDEEM To E~4r, ie Law Jones Hrs, Donzil JOnes, o~ ~e~rs at iaw ~ev~sees cre0~lors, representatives, successo~ or ass~rls: YOU Will take notice ~at Ed Broome Inc., the purchaser of me fotlow~ng real estate. P..,4wtffi~ No.; 111($76, ~cated m Troy District. 0escnbed as 1/70G 30. t 5 Ac Big Cove w~ch was returned 0ehnquent or no.entered tn the name of dom~l, Esale Law HRS., and was sok/by the deputy comm=ssK)ner of oew~)uen~ arid nonentered lancts gram of GHmer County at the sale for delinquent taxes co MarcP. 31. 2003. Ed ~'oome request thal yo~ be notify,0 that a Oeed for such real estate wt{ be maOe on or a her July 25, 2003. as provKJed by law. unless before that day you r ec~e~n such real estate The amount neeOed to redeem on or be'tore July 25. 2003. w~lt be as follows: Region Amount equal to the taxes and charges due on the 0ate of the sale. 3~8-9530 tO obtaifl | with interest, to July 25, 2003 ................................................................................ $202.76 Request Amoum of taxes paid s~nce the sale. w~th previous RequeSt for ~nterest to July 25, 2003 .................................................................................. $0.00 2003, with a Amount paid for Title Examtnatio~ an