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Page 10 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004 I II II CITY OF GLENVILLE GILMER COUNTY POLICE CRASH REPORT SHERIFF'S DEPT. On July 28, 2004, Thurl Wilt, 76, of CRASH REPORT Glenville, driving a 2001 Ford truck On J I 1-~ 9nn4 P.rAin .~ y --, .... o - was on Whiting Avenue when he Atkinson, 41, of New Milton drivinga oacKeo up to rum onto Sherioan St. In 1998 GMC Jimmy drove the process, Wilt struck a 1999 Jeep, ~ int-- '~--- ' .... ''" .... ~ .U |ll~' Idll~ U/ -t /~O~:7 dnvenbyaJUVENILE, whichwas Jk~ ~ JJ~ ChryslerLeBaron drivenby behindhimonWhitingAvenue.~ ~'~1~.. Cath"rine D i3ott^-' -'f ; ~[ vl v CITY OF GLENVILLE Tanner Batton was unable POLICE CITATIONS J J to avoid hitting Atkinson, On Julu 29 2004 ~,-~ while a third vehicle trying 3 ' i ~-= . . , J , Glenville City Police is-~.,,:~~~I~'I to avoid hitting Barton s sued a citation to Bill or~'~ll~l~ vehicle, struck a guardrail, Deanna McAuliffe of~l~.'~.J~L and was hit again when Glenville, forillegaltrash-,~-Jm.~_J_~,lrl~-Battons car spun out of disposal, -- control. On July l6, 2004, Billy Ray Collins On July 24, 2004, Michael M. was cited by Glenville City Police for Cutright, 47, of Wyendotte, MI, driv- disorderly conduct, ing a 1995 Ford Probe, was traveling GILMER COUNTY on Third Run Rd. when he ran off the roadway to avoid hitting a deer His SHERIFF'S DEPT. car then ran into a ditch, and down the CITATIONS ditch approximately 35 feet. On July 21, 2004, Rodney G. On August 1, 2004, James Singleton was cited by the Gilmer Bancroft, 20, of Alum Bridge, driving County Shenff's Dept. for driving on a a 2000 Ford, was traveling north on license revoked due to DUI, andforno SR 33/119 when he met a 1990 proof of insurance. Pontiac, driven by Ronald Hakes, 66, On July 28, 2004, Jason Allen of Granstville. Hakes was left of the Frymier was cited by the Gilmer center line; after being struck by County Sheriff's Dept. for speeding. Bancroft, he ran off the roadway to the On July 28, 2004, Danny H. Smith right, striking the guardrail. was cited bythe Gilmer County Shedff's W, VA. STATE Dept. for speeding, and for seat belt POLICE CITATIONS violations. On July 17, 2004, James Howard On July 31, 2004, Todd Mitchell Bancroft was cited by W. Va. State Pounds was cited by the GilmerPolice for possession of less than 15 County Shedff's Dept. for speeding, grams of marijuana. FACTS OF LAW By F. John Oshoway f.B. T.A, According to the Fourth Circuit fed- eral court, a dog is not considered prop erty sufficient to deem the animal as -being covered by the Fourth Amend- ment unreasonable search and seizure laws, and, as such, may be shot by the police when running***at large. Only husbands and wives can own property as TENANTS IN THE EN- TIRETY. When one spouse dies, the other automatically inherits certain types of property. Most states require that you inform your doctor that you've written a living will. " In Wichita v. Hackett, the Kansas Supreme Court found valid a Wichita ordinance prohibiting operation of a bicycle under the influence of alcohol. Beginning this summer, Connecticut law requires dispatchers fielding emer- gency 911 calls to remain on the line and continue to give life saving instruc- tions while ambu lances and other medi-i cal services are on their way. Brought to you as a public service by F. John Oshoway P.O. Box 156 Grantsville, WV 26147 354-9204 WV Becoming an plans Sept. Workshop The "West Virginia Becoming an Outdoors-Woman" program (BOW) announces that the Fall Workshop at Watoga State Park will be September 17-19,2004. Morethan 1,000women have enjoyed and participated in the program since 1997. "Have you ever wanted to learn a new skill but have never had the op- portunity to try? Or, haveyou wanted to take up an outdoor sport bul were afraid to purchase all the equipment and then find out later that you hated it? Well, the WV Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Program is deft- ,t nitely for you! Women who are at least 18 years old can learn a new outdoor skill in a safe non-threatening atmosphere," said Elizabeth Gallaher, BOW Coordinator for the West Vir- ginia Division of Natural Resources. More than 30 classes are included in this year's schedule and they in- clude biking, shooting, fishing, hik- ing, camping and several new classes as well. Registration is now open with a fee of$130, which covers lodg- ing, meals, and class materials during the workshop. For more information or to register for the workshop, please contact BOW at 304-558-2771 or e gallaher@ dnr.state, Youcan also download the registration form by visiting www. bow.shtm. Dropleaf Sets k or Tile To Sets 7pc. Nostalgia Sets 7pc. Black with e 204 Market St. Spencer Phone: 927-2700 ..... Store Hours: Mon-Fri 7-6; Sat. 7-5 I III I I i' i I ] I NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTIE TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given, that the under- signed Substitute Trustee, pursuant to the Ap- ~-.,~pointmenl of Substitute Trustee dated the 16th "~lay of June, 2004, and of record in the Offce of the I~l~fk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 143, at Page 600, and pursuant to the terms of that certain Deed of Trust dated the 281h day of September 2001, executed by James Halmlck and Loretta Helmick, to William C. Garrett, Trustee, conveying the real estate therein de- scribed and hereinafter described, which Deed of Trust is of record in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Giimer County, West Virginia, in Trust Deed Book 131, at Page 480, will, default having been made in the payment of said debt. and the beneficial owner thereof hav- ing requested said sale at the front door of the Court House of Gilmer County, Glenville, West Virginia, at public auction to the highest bidder on Wednesday, the 11th day of August, 2004, at 9:00 am, On that day, the following real estate, together with the improvements thereon and the appurtenances there unto belonging situate in Center District. Gilmer County, West Virginia, and described as follows: Beginning at a stone planted in Cal Norman's line near the edge of the county mad, and with said road S. 23-1/2g E. 14 poles to a stone planted near the road; thence N. 52g E. 18 poles and 10 links to an oak; thence N. 31-11 2~ W. 10 poles and 4 links to a Beech; thence S. 58 W. 18 poles and 17 links to the beginning, containing 1 acre and 65 square reds, more or less. TRACT NO. 2: Beginning at a stone on the East bank of Steer Creek, comer to Burr Furr and Arch Jenkins: thence with old line N. 61g E. 34 poles to a small Poplar;, thence N.30-1/2 W. 30 poles to a stone; thence N. 39 1/2g W. 17.25 poles to a Red Oak on South edge of road; thence S. 54~ W. 6.40 poles to a Beech on creek bank; thence S. 38~ E. 11 20 poles to a Paw Paw, the old comer of Norman and Jenkins; thence with three lines of same S., 55~ W. 4 poles crossing creek to a stone; thence S. 349 E. 18 poles to the beginning, containing 6 acres and 39 r~ls, more or less.. the DAQ within forty-five (45) days from the date PUBUC NOTICE OF CHANGE IN RATES of publication of this notice or from the date the UPON APPUCATION U.S. EPA receives this draft/proposed permit, (Tariff form No. 8-C) whicheveristater.lntheeventthatthe30th/45th NOTICE is hereby given that Hope Gas, day is a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the Inc., ~ Dominion Hope, a public utility, has comment period will be extended until 5:00 pm filed with the PUBLIC SREVICE COMMISSION on the following regularly scheduled business OF WEST VIRGINIA, an apphcation containing day. The public shall have 135 days from the increased rates, tolls and charges for furnishing date of publication of this notice to file petitions natural gas service to all of its customers, at for concurrently reviewed permits. Upon notice various locations in the counties of Barbour, by the U.S. EPA to the DAQ, prior to the end of Boone, Braxton, Calhoun, Clay, Doddndge, tha 4~y notice period, the U.S. EPA may Gilmor, Harrison, Jackson, Kanawha, Lew~s, choose to hold the 30 day comment period on Uncoln, Logan, Marion, Marshall, McDowell, the draft permlt and the 45 day cornmant period Mingo, Monongalia, Nicholas, Pleasants, on the proposed permit sequentially. During the Preston, Raleigh, Ritchle, Roane, Taylor, Tucker, public comment period any interested person Tyler, Upshur, Wetzel. Wirt, Wood and Wyo- may submit written comments on the draft per- ming. mit and may request a public hearing, if no public The proposed increased rates and charges hearing has already been scheduled. A request will become effective November 1,2004, unless for a public heanng shell be in writing and shall othan~Hse ordered by ~ Public Serv,,ce COrn- state the nature of the issues proposed to be mission and will provide approximately $ 35.1 raised in the headng. The Director ol the DAQ miUion annually in additional revenue, an in- shall grant such a request for a hearing if he crease of 26%. The average monthly bill for the concludes that a public heanng is appropriate, various classes of customers will be changes as Any public hearing shall be held in the general follows. area in which the facility is located, after 30 day ($)INCREASE (%) INCREASE notice is given. The DAQ will consider all written Residential $19 24% comments prior to final action on the pert'niL Comn~ricel Various Vanous Copies of the DAQ Fact Sheet and Draft/ Industrial Various Various Proposal Permit may be downloaded from the Resale $ 7,600 32% DAQ's web site at the following address httpYl Resale costomers of Dominion Hope in-, then Title V Guidance, clude Standard Gas, Consumers Gas Utility Natural Gas General Permit. Cop0es of the Per- Co., Wyoming Natural Gas, Inc., Lumberport- mit Application, DAQ Fact Sheet, and Draft/ Shinnston Gas, East Resources, Inc., Moun- Proposed Permit are available for public review taineer Gas Co., Southern Public Serv~e Co., at the following location between the hours of Man Gas co., Biacksville Oil & Gas Co., Tawney 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Gas Services, Inc., Allegheny Energy Services, WV Departmenl of Environmental and Equitable Gas Co. Protection The increases shown are based on aver- Division of Air Qualityages of all customers in the indicated class. 7012 MacCodde Ave., SE Each class may receive an increase or dedrease Chaheston, WV 25304 greater or less then stated here. Individual cos- (304) 926-3727 tomers may receive increases that are greater Comments and questior~s concemin9 this oriessthanaverage. Futherrncre, the requested matter should be addressed to the above refer- increased rates and charges are only a proposat enced individual, and are subject to change (increases or de- Jennifer L Rice creases) by the Publio Service Commission in its Permitting Secretary review of this filing. Any increase in rates and Legal Class I It 8-5 charges will not become effective until autho- ................................................. rized and approved by the Public Service Corn- BEING the same tracts or parcels of real missioo. ( If a hearing is conducted, notice willbe~, estate conveyed unto James Helmick by Violet Cathoun-Gilmer Career Center given of the time and place of hearing.) ,H..L, F, Helmick and James Heimiok' her husband, by A complete copy of the proposed rates, a~ thatcertaindeeddatedthe23rddayofJuly1996, INVffATION FOR BID weft as a representative of the Company to and of record in the Office of the Clerk of the provide any information requested concerning County Commission of Gilmer County, West OWNER: The Calhoun - Gilmer Career it. is available to all custon~,rs, prdspective Virginia, in Deed Book 416, at Page 597 and a Canter customers, or their agents at the Clarksburg deed executed by James Helmiok to Loratta M. The Calhoun-Gilmer Career canter hal office of the Company, Dominion Hope, 500 Helmick, his wife, by deed dated the 3rd day of for bid the following school project: Davisson Run Road, Ciarksburg, West Virginia. August 2000, and of record ~ the a!oresaid office Sealed proposals will be received by the A copy of the proposed rates is available for in Deed Book 436, at Page 423. Caihoun-GllmerCareerCenter, GrantsvUle, West public inspection as the office of the Executive This conveyance will be made by Special Virginia, at the Director's Offw, e at Route 1, Box Secrelan/of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMIS- Warranty Deed, subject to any special assess- 542A, Grantsville, WV, 26147, until I pm local SION at 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, West mants, unpaid taxes, restrictions, conditions, res- prevailing time, August 23,2004, at which time all Virginia. ervetions, exceptions, easements and provisions sealed bids received will be publicly opened and The 30-C procedure is designed to provide as set forth in the chain of title to the aforesaid mad aloud for:. a procedure for changing rates charged to cos- property. The preperty is sold in "as is" condition. Calhoun-Gllmer Career Center Sitetomers by natural gas distribotton utilities besed Pursuant to the terms of said deed of trust, Preparations for New Classroom Building exclusively on the cost of purchased gas. Con- The CalhourPGflmer Career Center reserves the Substitute Trustee may postpone the sale by sequentty, protest should be limited 1o the rea- public announcement at the time and place des- the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any sonableness of such costs and the method by ignated for the sale. " informalities therein. Bidders on this work will he which they are calculated. Anyone desiring to TERMS OF SALE: Cash on hand on date of required to comply with all Federal statutes reiat- protest or intervene should file a written protest sale and subject to any unpaid real property ing to non-discrimination. In addition, the con- or notice of intervention within twenty----five (25) taxes, tract will require compliance with: labor standards days following the date of this publication unless BERNARD MAUSER established by West Virginia Department of La- otherwise modified by Commission order. Fail- SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE bor or the standards established by the Davis- ure to timely intervene can affect your nghts to Legal Class II 2t 8-5 Bacon Act, whichever standards are higher, protest any rate increases and to participate in The information for bidders: Form of Bid; future proceedings. Requeststo intervene must NOTICE OF TRUSTEES' SALE FormofC, ontrac~ Plez~s;Spe(~ca6ons;an0Forms comply withtheContmission'srutes oninterven- Pursuant to the terms of a certain deed of of pid Bond, Performance Bond, and other Con- lion set forth in the Commission's Rules of Prac- trust made by Danny S. Wgkinson to Tony Mor- t r'~t Documents may he examined at the follow- tice and Procedure. All protests and interven- gan and James L. Bennett, trustees, bearieg ~ng: tions should be addressed to ExecutNe Secre- date on the 17th day of August, 2000, of record ~ tan/, Public Service Com~issk~ of West Vir- in the office of the Clerk of the County Commis- MSES Consultants, Inc. gtnia, P.O. Box812, Cherlesto~ WV 25323, with sion of Gilmer County, West Virginia, in Trust 609 West Main Street co~es to Susan G. George, Managing Counset, Deed Book No. 128, at page 261, having been Building 2 Dominion Hope, Post Office Box 2868, requested by Calhoun Banks, a corporation~ the Clarksburg, WV 26301 Clericsburg, WV 26302-2868 and E. Dandrldge beneficiary thereof, so to do, and default having 304--624--9700 McDonald, P.O. Box 1588, Charleston, WV been made in the paymentof the iodebtedness 25326-1588. secured by said deed of trust, the undersigned Owner: Undo D. I-tarbert will sell at the front doorof the CourthOuse of said Cainoun-Gilmer Career Center Hope Gas, Inc,dba county of GUmer, in the town of G~, West Route 1, Box 542A Dominion Hope Virginia, beginning at 1:30 pm on the 8th day of Grantavige, WV 26147 Legal Class II 2 t 8-12c September, 2004, a certain lot, tract or parcel of 304-354-6151 land lying and being situate on the head of Big NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CHANGE Lick Run of Little Ellis, in the district of Gtenville, ~: RATES county of Gilmer, state of West Virginia, further Engineer's Offices - As Above Notice is hereby given that Equitable Gas bounded and described as follows: Owner's Building - As Above Company, a pub~ utility, has tiled with the Beginning at a stone pile on the ridge be- Public Service Co .m~ of West Virginia, an the two tiN'ks of Ellis; thence with the Contrector's Association of West Virginia application containing increased rates, tolls and ddge;N 20-1/2 E, 35 poles to Chestnut Oak' N 2114 KanawhaBoulevard, East charges for furnishing natural gas service to 4 W, 95.6 poles to Chestnut Oak pointers on Charleston, WV 25311 13,025 customers in IPm Counties of Braxton, knob, comerto Stephen Hill's land and with two Clay, Doddddge, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, llnes of same, N 80 E, 45 poles to Chestnut Oak; Coplesofptans, specif.ations and proposal Marion, Monongalia, Ritchie, Taylor, Tyler, N 55-1/2 E. 34 poles to Chestnut Oak, comer to forms may be obtained from MSES Consultants, Upshur, and Wetze~. lands of John Lamb and with two lines of same, inc. by chock or money order made payable to The propoead increased rates and cha rges S 62-1/2 E, 36 poles to White Oak stump in gap MSES Consultants, Inc., in the amount of $100.00. w~ become eflect~,,e November 1, 2004 unless at heed of Ellis, S 64 E, 42 poles to stone on This ~ otherwise ordered by the Public Service Com- point; S 25 E, 48.1poles to hickon/; S 33 W, 26 Eachbiddermustdeposit, wit~ttdsbid, secu- mission end will produce approximately poles to white oak; $24 E, 16 poles to chestnut ntyin the amount, form, and subjact to thecondi- $1,808,000 annually in additional revenue, an stump, comer to Brinkley and with lines of tions provided in the information for bidders, increase of 22%. The average monthly bill for same, S 7 W, 39 poles to chestnut oak, S 18 W, Pursuant to the West Virginia Contractor U- the various clasaes of custon'~ers willbechanged 32-1/2 polea to btackoak; S 13-1/2W, 15poles cenea Act, all contractors must include their ll- as follows. to black Oek; S 25 W, 19 poles to stone pile; conse number on the Form of Proposal. ($) INCREASES (%) INCREASE leaving the ridge, N 66-1/4 W, 156 poles No bidder may withdraw his bid within 60 Residential $10.56 12.8% to the beginning, containing 152-1/4 acres, more days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Commercial$33.60 13.4% or lesa. A pre.-bld conference will be Neld at 10:00 am Industrial$288.00 14.0% The foregoing real estate was conveyed Iocelprevalllngtlme, on Augu$t 9, 2004, at the The increases shown are based on aver- unto Danny S. willonsonbyJeffreyM Prayand Calhoun-Gil~CareerCenteroffStaleRoute5 ages of all customers in the indicated class. others by a cleed bearing bate on the 24th day of in Calhoun Courdy, near Graotsvll~e. West Vir- Eachclessmayrecalveanincreaseocdecmase September, 1998, of record in the office of the ginia.Thescopeanddstaiisof theproposedwork greator or iaes then statod here. Individual cus- Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer will be covered. " tomersmayrecalveincreasesthataregreateror County, West Virginia. Attendance is mandeloW, less than ave.age. Futhermore, the requesteq EXCEPTIONS AND RESERVATIONS: Dr. Robert Rentechler increased rates and charges are only a pro- Seidsale shallba madeand accepted subject to Director,posal and are subjeot'to change (increases or all of the exceptions and reserva~ which are Calhoun--.Gilmer Career Center decreases) by the Public Sendce ~lon in contained in the deed from the predecessors in Legal Claaa II 2 t ~ its review of this filing. Any increase in rates and title of Danny S. Wilkinson. charges wig not become effective until auth~ TERMS OF SALE: Cash in hand on day of dzed and approved by the Public Service Corn- sale. mission. (If a hearing is conducted, notice wi~ be Tony Morgan given of the time and place of hearing.) James L Bennett A complete copy of the proposed rates, as - Trustee= Uttle K~tawha River Parkway Authority well as a representative of the Con~ny toort f Legal Class II 21 8-12c provide any infom~tion requested concerning NOTICE OF COMMENT PERIOD FOR DRAFT--PROPOSED OPERATING PERMIT Title V of the Federal Clean Air Act and the state Air Pollution Control Act requires that all major soumes and certain minor sources have a permit to operate which stales all requirements (e.g. emission limitations, monitorieg require- ments, etc) established by regulations promul- gated under the aforementioned programs. The Division of Air Quality (DAQ) has determined that the draft/proposal permit referenced herein meets this requirement. The DAQ is providing notice to the general public of its preliminary determination to issue a General Operating Permit to operate Natural Gas Compressor Facilities. Facilities are de- signed and operated for the purpose of gather- ing, dehydrating, transmitting, processing or compre~ Natural Gas. Facilities will include some or all of the following eguipment: Indirect Heat Exchangers, Engines, Turbines, Natural Gas, Processing Plant, Storage VesseJs, Glycol Dehydration Units and Mobile Glycol Reciaimar. This notice solicits comments from the pub- tic and affected state(s) concerning the above preliminary determinabon and provides an op- portunity for such parties to review the basis for the proposal approval and the "draft" permit. This notice also solicits comments lrom the U.S. EPA concemieg the same preliminary determi- nation and provides an oplportunity for the U.S. EPA to ooncurr~r,,tiy review the basis for the proposed approval as a "proposed" permiL Upon issuance of Title V General Permit a facility can ap~y to DAQ !or Title V General Permit Registration. The registration process will no{ be advertised for the public comment. All writtefl comments submitted by the public and affected state(s) pursuanl to this notice must be received by the DAQ within thirty (30) days of the date of publication of this notice. Under concurrent review, written comments submitted by the U.S. EPA must be received by I ..I There is nothing inherently wrong with a brain in your 90s. If you keep it fed and interested, it will last you very well. --Mary Stoneman Douglas it, is available to all customem, pn~oective customors, or their agents at any of the following offices ofthecompany: POBox 1550, Clarks~Jrg, WV 26302-1550. A copy of IPm propoeed rates is available for pui~c inspection at the office of the Executive Secretary of the Public Service Cornndssion at 201 Brooks Street, Cbarfeston, WV. The 30-C procedure is designed to provide a procedure for changing rates charged to cos- tomers by natural gas distribution utlliUes based ex~ on the cost of parohased ga~. Con- saquentty, protest shoutd ba limited to the rea- sonabk~esa of such costs and the method by which they are calculated. Anyone desiring to protest or notice of intervenben within twenty- five (25) days following the date of this publica- tion unless otherwise modified by Commissions order, Failure to tm~y intewene can affect your rights to protest any rate increases and to partid- bate in future proceed~gs. Requests to inter- vena must comply wi~h ltm Commissk~'s rules, on intorvantk~n eat lorth in b'le Commissions Rules of Practice and Procedure. All protests and intervenltons should be addressed to Ex- ecutive Secretan/. Public Sennce Commission of West Virginia, PO Box 812, Charleston, WV 25323. Eq,,dtable Gas Company L.egal Class 1 It 8..-5c Reouest~ for Statements of Qualiflcatioo~ Take notice that the Little Kanawba River Parkway Authority, established in 1997, for tbe purpose of edvocating the construction of a mod- em four-lana highway linking Interstate 79 near Parkerspurg, is seeking statements of qualifica- tions from interested pa~es or firms to provide the following services to the Authority and to the residents of Central West Virginia: Formulation and execution of a plan to relate the objectives of the Autt~dty to federal, state and local officials and othen~sa represent the interests of the authority before public agen- cies and privata entities for the purpose of gener- ating support for the Little Kanawtla River Park- way. Coordination of a public relations campaign with an emphasis on mobilization of impacted communities and populations in Support OI ~e objectives of the Authority. Attend quarterly mee~ Of the Authority and present reports of acth~tles conducted in support of the ob~ctives of ~ Authority and pro~le advice accordingly. The contra~ for services will be awarded to the most qualified firm and be awarded for a period of one year with the right to renew the same for up to five (5) successive one year terms at the discretion of the Autto'ity. The Little Kanawha Parkway Authority reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to select an individual or firm that is determined to be the bast within the capacity of the Authority to pay for such services. All proposals are to he sent to the following location postmarked by August 6, 2004: Retl K~ht President, Little Kanawha Parkway Aumorm/ 414 Kanawha SL Glenville, WV 26351 Legal Class II 2 t 8-5 Don't bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself. ---William Faulkner F'IOUClARY NOllCE Please take notice thai Gary L Rose, Com- mtttea for Ronnie L Pyles, is now before me for Annual Accounting. . - Dated this the 3rd day of Augult 2004. C.Jo~ Shammy, F1duchu'y Commissioner Gilmer County, West Virglnla ~ Legal Class II 2t 8-12c e.e Get over the idea that only chil. dren should spend their tlme in study. Be a student so long as you still have something to learn, and this will mean all your life. ---Henry L. Doherty .ee Tt Ir~ At PI Tt or Sl el~ AI M M le~ in' Ai F( or P~ T~ 1( ol T C A F a T U A ) n I" h n ( I c ( E t, t t t ( ) 1 [ 1 f 3 L t t