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 ]WMlllUmll !illtL llMlllMillUkJiRUIWLaltm, ililL[ JBliIMll CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES The administration of the estate(s) of the following deceased, is pending before the Clerk of the County Commission of GIImer County. 10 Howard Street, Glenville, WV 26351. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative&apos;s attorney are set forth below. Notice is hereby given that the estate(s) of the following has been opened for probate. Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall rile.notice of an objection with the County Commission within ninety days after the date of the first publicat,on or within 30 days of service of notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, wheth }r due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerks Office on or before December 16, 2009 otherwise they may by taw be excluded from all benefit of said estate(s). All beneficiaries of said estate(s) may appear on or before said 'lay to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests. Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a. DECEDENT NAME PER.REP/NAME RER./PEPJ ADDRESS Albert Moore Robert Scott Cozzens 647 Windy Ridge Rd. Jeffrey Lynn Cozzens Vincent, OH 45748 William Clark Neoma Clark 515 Kanawha St. Glenville, WV 26351 ATTORNEY'S FID./COMM. NAME/ADDRESS NAME/ADDRESS None Required None Required None Required None Required Clerk of Gilmer County Commission Beverly Marks Legal Class II, 2t 9-24 NOTICE OF HEARINGS On June 1, 2009, Mountaineer Gas Company ("Mountaineer") tendered for filing revised tariff sheets reflecting increased rates and charges of approximately 6.6% annually, or $26,358,900, for furnishing natural gas utility service to approximately 220,000 customers in the Counties of Barbour, Berkeley, Boone, Braxton, Brooke, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, Doddridge, Fayette, Gilmer, Grant, Greenbner, Hancock, Hardy, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Kanawha, Lewis, Lincoln, Logan, Marion, Marshall, Mason, McDowell, Memer, Mineral, Mingo, Monongalia, Monroe, Nicholas, Ohio, Pendleton, Preston, Putnam, Raleigh, Randolph, Ritchie, Roane, Summers, Tucker, Tyler, Upshur, Wayne, Wetzel, Wirt, Wood, and Wyoming to become effective on July 1,2009. Resale customers of Mountaineer include Ashford Gas Company, Canaan Valley Gas, Consumers Gas Utility, Southern Public Service, and East Resources. By Commission Order entered on June 17, 2009, Mountaineer was made a respondent to this proceeding and, pending investigation and decision thereon, the revised tariff sheets filed by Mountaineer were suspended and the use of the rates and charges stated therein was deferred until 12:01 a.m., March 29, 2010, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission. The following protests and evidentiary hearings have been scheduled by the Public Service Comission for this proceeding. The scheduled protest hearings are as follows: 1. On September 24, 2009, at 6:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers, Ohio County Courthouse City County Complex, 1600 Chapline Street, Wheeling, West Virginia; 2. On September 28, 2009, at 6"30 p.m., in the Cultural Center Auditorium, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, West Vicginia; 3. On September 30, 2009, at 6:30 p.m., in the Raleigh County Armory, Conference Room C, 200 Armory Drive, Beckley, West Virginia; and 4. On October 1,2009, at 6:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers, Huntington City Building, 800 5th Avenue, Huntington, West Virginia. The evidentiary hearing in this matter is scheduled to commence on Monday, December 7, 2009, at 9:30 a.m., in the Howard M. Cunningham Hearing Room, Public Service Commission Building, 201 Brooks Street, Charleston, West Virginia, and will continue on successive weekdays thereafter, as necessary, through December 11, 2009. Anyone affected by Mountameer's requested increased rates and charges may attend any of the public protest hearings and make such statements as they may deem appropriate. Additionally, the Commission will also allow public comments on the morning of the first day of the evidentiary hearing in December. MOUNTAINEER GAS COMPANY Legal Class II, 2t 9-24 ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA: STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, ex. rel. THE WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES VS. INFANT RESPONDENT, MARIAH LARGE, DOB: (7/29/2009) ADAM M. HEATER, DOB: (12/13/2007) Juvenile Abuse Neglect No. 09-JA-1O and 11 Judge Alsop 09-JA-10 09-JA-11 ADULT RESPONDENTS, ,. . < BRITTANY LARGE, Adult Mother Respondent CHRISTOPHER HEATER, Adult Father Respondent of Adam Heater UNKNOWN FATHER, Father Respondent of Mariah Large Responden ORDER OF PUBLICATION To: David Fraley, CT Greenlief, Jared Lusk, John Doe, or Unknown The object of the above entitled action is to seek the termination of parental dghts of David Fraley, CT Greenlief, Jared Lusk; John Doe or Unknown. You are hereby notified that an abuse and/or neglect and/or abandonment amended petition has been filed in the Circuit Court of Gilmer County, West Virginia, on the 7 = day of August, 2009, and assigned case No. 09-JA-10 and 11 wherein it is alleged that the father of Infant M.L. is David Jordan or David Fraley, CT Greenlief, Jared Lusk, John Doe or Unknown. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have the right to have counsel present at all stages of these proceedings and ALL PROCEEDINGS CAN RESULT IN PERMANENT TERMINATION OF CUSTODIAL AND PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THE SAID INFANT CHILDREN. Accordingly, it is ORDERED that each of you do appear and serve upon Gerald B. Hough, Gilmer County Prosecuting Attorney, Petitioner's Attorney, whose address is 7 North Court Street, Glenville, WV 26351 an answer or other defense to the Petition filed in this action on or before November 23, 2009, otherwise judgement by default will be taken against you at any time thereafter, and termination of your custodial and parental rights may be ordered by the Court. A copy of said Petition can be obtained from the Office of the Circuit Clerk of Gilmer County, West Virginia, at the Gilmer County Courthouse, Glenville, WV. State ex. Rel. West Virginia Department of Health and Human RgnHrae& Child Protective Services Division. By: Gerald B. Hough, Gilmer County Prosecuting Attorney. Entered by the Clerk of said Court on September 16, 2009. GILMER COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK'S OFFICE KAREN ELKIN, CLERK Legal Class II, 2t 10-1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Job's Temple Association, Inc. Job's Temple Association is soliciting propsals from general contractors to structurally stabilize, arrest the deterioration and preservation work needed on the Civil War Era hand-hewn log structure. This structure is located 9 miles from Glenville on WV Route 5 West. The structure (church) has been listed on the National Register of Historical Places since 1977. If interested you may contact Robert C. Max- well, Association President at 540/468-2176 or Fred Radabaugh, Association Vice President and Project Manager a 304/553-9538 to obtain bid Packets. Bids must be submitted by October 20, 2009. As ordered by: The Job's Temple Associa- tion, Inc. JOB'S TEMPLE ASSOCIATION, INC. Legal Class 114), 2t 10-1 ............................................................. Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children. --George Bernard Shaw *** More than Italiarl" reek salads Seafood handcut Steaks Omelete,. Serving breakfast, lunch & dinner " Braxton Lumber Company, Inc. P.O. Box 53, Heaters, WV 26627 (304) 765-5461 Rt. 19 North at Salt Lick Bridge For Sale Air Dried Hemlock Siding 65 cents sq. ft, lx8, lxl0, lxl2 T & G Paneling .75 cents sq. ft. Various Species Planer Shavings, Pick up Truck Load, $25 Grandchildren are God's way of compensating us for growing old. --Mary H. Waldrip LOCAL PUBLIC NOTICE AND CERTIFI- CATES OF COMPLIANCE NEWSPAPER LOCAL PUBLIC NOTICE: CEDARVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA On August 25, 2009, West Virginia Educa- tional Broadcasting Authority filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission seeking a construction permit to operate a new digital television translator station in the commu- nity of Cedarville, West Virginia. The transmitter for the proposed television translator station will be located at north latitude: 36 -o 43' 42.7" and west longitude: 80-o 39' 49.0" The proposed chan- nel of operation is channel 28. The proposed television translator station intends to rebroad- cast the signal of station WSWP-TV, located in Grandview, West Virginia, operating on channel 10.  .* -. , . A copy of the application and related mate rial is on file for public inspection at West Virginia Public Broadcasting, 124 Industrial Park Drive, Beaver, WV 25813. West Virginia Press Services, Inc. Legal Class IV 4t 10-1 .............................................................. NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA IN RE: CHANGE OF NAME FROM Destiny Nicholson TO Destiny Dobbins CASE NO: 09-P-36 LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLICATION CHANGE OF NAME PROCEEDING CIRCUIT COURT OF GILMER COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Notice is hereby given that on the 28th day of September, 2009 at 10:45 o'clock a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, will apply by Petition to the Circuit Court of County, West Virginia for the entry of an order by the Court changing the Petitioner's child or ward's name from Destiny Nicholson to Destiny Dobbins, at which time and place any interested person may appear and be heard, if they so desire. You are hereby notified that this matter may be rescheduled without further notice or publication. A copy of the Petition can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk's office at: Gilmer County Circuit Clerk. Entered by the Clerk of the Court this t 5th day of September, 2009. GILMER COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK KAREN ELKIN, CLERK Legal Class I, It 9-24 .............................................................. An extra editorial Be considerate of immigrants because all of our families came to America from elsewhere! When mine came in the 1840s and '50s, they spoke only German and Gaelic. It took a while for them to assimilate, but they did. As a result, here I am, here you are, so here we all are together ... in the USA, and proud to be Ameri- cans. NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING Notice of Public Meeting for Citizens of Glenville who have been flooded in the past When: Wednesday, October 7 Time: 6:00 p.m. Where: Glenville City Hall (Upstairs meeting room) All persons who have sustained substantial damage from flooding to their homes in the past are encouraged to attend a meeting on Wednesday, October 7, at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall, City of Glenville. State and FEMA Representa- tives of the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) will be in attendance to explain the program and eligibility for inclusion in the City of Glenville's HMGP Application. There are also other programs you may already qualify for: If you are interested in being a participants in the State/FEMA HMGP (BUYOUT) project, it is essen- tial that you attend this meeting. Please direct questions to Mayor Allman at 304-462-7411 or DumP Truck Load $50:  , ,/iman.tashuam@hotmail.com ThursdaY, September 24, 20(!9 -7" "l'!!c (;!envi!le. Democrat -- I',,e 13 Couffbouse News --esented Key to ) Family Court News Family Court Judge, Larry Whited, KEY TO THE CITY: Tashua AIIman, Mayor of Glenviile, presents Mrs. Glenna Queen the Key to the City on September i 0,2009. Mrs Queen reached the century mark in July of this year. She has been a Iongtime volunteer at Gilmer Public Library and for the Historical Society, where she contributed greatly to the completion of the Gilmer County History Book. In 2003 she received the Rotary Clubs Service Above Self award. Free Health Screenings at conducted an all-day hearing in a di- vorce case. At 4:30, he recessed the hearing, upon motion of attorney F. John Oshoway, and will reschedule it for a date in October. One divorce was reset for October 16, to enable the parties to complete more paperwork in the case to his satisfaction. Another divorce hearing will be rescheduled, upon the defen- dant filing an answer and more of her paperwork. 'Ashley Harper, 241 of Linn, divorced Patrick Harper, 30, of Harpers Ferry. Bobby Carr, 41, of Gassaway, di- vorced Amanda Carr, 32, of Frametown. After a preliminary hearing in an- other divorce case, it was reset for October, to enable the defendant to take his parenting class. He lives in Florida and will be taking the class in that state and submitting a certificate proving the same was taken. A hearing on allocation of custodial responsibility was continued, and a contempt hearing was held again in a 2008 divorce case, wherein both par- ties had not given the other party their separate property. They were or- dered to do so. If the same has not been resolved by October 25, the Clerk is to notify the Family Court Judge, and further action will be taken. Family Court Judge Whited returned to Glenville on Wednesday, Septem- Gilmer Co. Elementary Schools in October West Virginia has one of the worst health profiles in the nation and ranks third, with regards to obesity, in fact, nearly 50% of West Virginia's children are considered to be at-risk for obesity. The CARDIAC Project, a statewide school-based cholesterol screening pro- gram in West Virginia, is the first of its kind developed in response to this is- sue. By identifying the children and par- ents who have abnormal cholesterol levels and other heart disease risk factos, CARDIAC aims to reduce the preva- lence of cardiovascular disease at both the individual and the family level, and ultimately improve the health of West Virginians at the community and state level. CARDIAC's free screening consists of a family history questionnaire, mea- surement of height, weight, blood pres- sure, and calculation of Body Mass Index (BMI). A team of trained medi- cal staff then measures the child's cho- lesterol level with a Fasting Lipd Pro- file to determine the amount of total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cho- lesterol, and triglycerides in the child's blood. Following screening, a letteris mailed home. If there are abnormal results, recommendations are provided. While some children may be uncom- fortable having a teaspoon or two of blood drawn, they are reasured by the staff that they will only feel a small pinch on their arm. Other kids, how- ever, are excited to be a part of the CARDIAC school screenings. In fact, students talk on screening day about how they want to know if they are healthy or not. The CARDIAC team is there to offer support and answer any questions the kids have about the project. Since CARDIACs inception in 1998, more than 40,000 have been screened for risk factors that are known to contribute to premature heart disease, the number one cause of death for men and women in West Virginia and the United States. Whilte CARDIAC surveillance starts with the child, the parents stay involved every step of the way. Because participation in the study is voluntary, parents must sign a con- sent form. As CARDIAC Project co-founder Valerie Minor suggests, this consent becomes more than just a signature allowing their child to participate in the study. "This is something parents can do to help their children live longer and healthier lives," Minor says. "Heart disease and diabetes start when we are very young, and we can do some- thing to reduce the risks if we catch it early enough." Gilmer County's School Nurse, Beverly Ferguson, assists during CARDY/C screentnk wfi]ch a sheddled fur. '!" ..... " " : '"; October6: Troy; October7: Normantown; October 8: Sand Fork; October9: Glenville. For more information about CAR- DIAC screenings taking place in your area, call Anna Reno at 462-6465, CARDIAC Project at 866-347-4757, e-mail at anna.reno@nwvrhec.org or visit www.cardiacwv.org. ber 23, for domestic violence cases. Circuit Court News Judge Jack Atsop has matters set forThursday, September 24, and Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire has a hearing set for Friday, September 25. At this time, jury trials are scheduled before Judge Alsop on Tuesday, Sep- tember 291 Wednesday, September 30, and Thursday, October 1. The trial originally scheduled in State Vs. Bradford Getgen, for October 6, will have a plea hearing on September 24. Another trial is set for October 7, and the final trial of the July term will be October 27. Circuit Clerk Karen Elkin will be drawing the November, 2009, jurors during the first week of October, so watch your mail to See if you have been drawn for jury duty in the future. Fall Festival is Oct. 23-25 Come to the Fall Festival, on the grounds of the Trans-Allegheny Lu- natic Asylum, and enjoy autumn and Halloween at the same time! This fun weekend offers haunted hayrides, historical or haunted hospi- tal tours, music, food, a pretty baby c.qn, tSI,cstume,en, a parad.e, a chili cook-off, and more. , ,,;.. There will be fun for all ages, and some activities have admission fees. For more information, call 269- 5070 or visit the website www. Trans- alle g henylunaticasylum, cont. The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age. --Lucille Ball " ...... " 6ilmer6o-" L Getters The following individuals or businesses want you readers Io have a ready reference lo them. via their Business Cards As a result, our "Gilmer Go-Geners" Honor Roll of area shops and offices was created to fili that need. When you have time, or if you need one of their )roducts and/or services.just stop by aad say, "Hello[ I saw your Business Card in the Glenville newspapers, so 1 know that I am at the righ place at the fight tiine." Area shoppers, enjoy this specia! section of our newspaper! ROSHELLS ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES -Best Ca-re-Ph-a-r/na, $2.00 off any_prescription l (Under new ownership) Hours: Mon. 8:30 - 7pm, T-F 8:30 - 6pm Sat 9-1pm _4 Garton Plaza Weston I 304-269-3737 J C00NTRAL MOUNTAIH BO00. in Flatwoods - ..... " _ --) , .) Mon.-Thurs. 1 lam-I lpm t,,! I Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-midnight Sun. l-Spm c 1 ' 2258 Sutton Lane 304-765-2811_ [ MONDAYS are Dollar Days  ] i SUZUKI / MITSUBISIll Two locations to serve you/ 1 Paul's Tractor Sales, camden J City Barbershop & TractoLr Sales, Wesn I I)IXIE CI IOPPF.RS | :iiiiiiiiiii!ili!!ii:!!t::::ii' ;" ii o iiiiiii!i!i]iiii: ii=, i" r Rusty Allison, Owner m304-2697700 u 304.6294409 * Layaways available ',;EWA'.:hley 7umiture 145 MAIN AVE. WESTON OPEN MON-SAT 9-5, SUN I-5 PM FREE GIFT W/$100 PURCHASE 304-269-2877 Oomt0000 soul Cntm/te# ree-Sl#ns .#ewArrlalS!or Sprl#g & Summer! "layawas#owhallaMe" Make yoar money go further at Fashions Discount Accepting WV Clothing Vouchers & EBT Cash Cards Regular Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9-6; Sun., 12-5 160 MAIN AVE. Westoi - 26)-5270 George's Restaurant & Pizzeria ,'Your best vahte in restaurants" M-F 9am-9pm Sat. 9 am-9 pm Closed Sun. 215 MAIN ST. SPENCER 304-927-8300 Sharvn & ]irn Cokcr, Owners N TREASUi00,Es #7 East Main Street {dl'' Buckhannon, WV 26201 .Oe Phone: 304.472.5186 A 1- ov x 4 Ylt'C Fa :304. 72.5187 .l  t S Men-Sat 9am-7pm c3, t: i Featuring regional, handcrafted items!