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Page 10 -- Tile Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Dec. 2, 2004 II MAGISTRATE COURT work in progress. The Ford was dam- SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT aged on the rear and the Hyundai on the front. (11.10.04) John M. Sampson was cited forA red 1996 Subaru Impreza driven speeding and a seat belt violation, by Gerry Hough, 54, of Glenvilleand (11.27.04) a gray 1999 Chevy driven by Justin Altizer, 23, of Barboursville were in- MAGISTRATE COURT volved in an incident near Glenville. DEPARTMENT OF The incident involved backing out of NATURAL RESOURCES a private driveway onto Mineral Road. The Svbaru was damaged in the rear Raymond E. Hall was cited forand the Chevy was damaged on the failuretofieldtagdoedeer.(11.22.04) passenger's side. (11.09.04) Eric Von Hardman was cited for A white 1996 Ford Contour driven negligent shooting. (11.22.04) by James D. Smarr, 35, of Linn and BobbyRayHutsonwascitedfora a green 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Ioadedgunona4-wheeler.(11.23.04) driven by Samantha Shackleford, Brandon H. Kirk was cited for a 17, of Linn were involved in an inci- Ioadedgunona4-wheeler.(11.22.04) dent near Linn. The Ford was dam- James I. Thompson was cited for aged on the driver's side front and the a loaded firearm on vehicle. Pontiac was damaged on the driver's (1 i.22.04) side. (11.28,04) William J. Thompson was citedAblack1988Jeep, drivenbyTimo- for a loaded gun on a 4-wheeler. thy A. Akers, 18, of Clothier, and a (11.22.04) gray / green 2002 Ford truck, driven by Bernard Linn See, II of Clarks- MAGISTRATE COURT burg, were involved in an incident WORTHLESS CHECKS near Lockney. The Jeep was dam- Barbara B. Sauer was cited for a aged on the driver's side front and the worthless check to Glenville Ford was damaged on the driver's Foodland totaling $60.45. (11.29.04) side rear. Seephoto below. (11.26.04) Tyler Fink was cited for a worth- less check to Glenville CiteD total- GLENVILLE CITY ing $34.71. (11.29.04) POLICE TRAFFIC Elbert L. Testerman was cited for a worthless check to Drake's Tow- REPORT inn LLC totaling $50.00. (11.29.04) A red 2000 Chevy truck driven by Tara Linn Kennedy, 24 of Glenville SHERIFF'S DEPT. and a brown 2000 Saturn driven by Idris M. Shaffer, 42, of Stumptown TRAFFIC REPORT were involved in an incident in Glen- A black 2001 Jeep driven by Lark ville.TheChevywasdamagedonthe R. Butler, 17, of Normantown was driver's side rear and the the Saturn involved in an incident near was damaged on the passenger's Normantown. The vehicle swerved side front and the front. (undated) off the road to avoid another vehicle and went over an embankment. The CIRCUIT CLERK vehicle was damaged on all areas. (11.17.04) DIVORCES GRANTED A red 1993 Ford driven by Charles Cora Elaine Arbogast, 41, of Linn McCormick, 60, of East Bank was and David W. Arbogast, 42, of involved in an incident near Linn. The Weston were divorced. (11.1.04) vehicle went off the road while dodg- Shirley J. Dawson, 50, of Green- ingdeerandsliddownahillintosome wood County, SC and Danny L. trees. The vehicle was damaged on Dawson,42,ofShockweredivorced. all areas. (10.15.04) (11.1.04) A red 2000 Chevy truck driven by Michael MCord, 29, of Stouts Eugene Dalton, 69, of Summersville' Mills and Jennifer McCord, 24, of was involved in an incident near Chappel were divorced. (11.10.04) Stouts Mills. The vehicle struck a Jack LaGrone, Jr., 35, of deer and was damaged on the hood Normantown and Lynette Denise and driver's side. (11.11.04)LaGrone, 41, of Glenville were di- A blue 1992 Ford Ranger driven by vorced. (11.19.04) DormanC.Batson,56,ofNewMiltonTammy Golden, 38, of Lockney and a red 2000 Hyundai Accent driven and Ronnie Golden, 42, of Glenville by Vickle J. Shaver, 43, of Weston were divorced. (11.19.04) were involved in an incident near Philip A. Huff, 31, of Glenville and Sand Fork. The incident occurred Marsha A. Huff, 30, of Glenville were during a flag stop near some road divorced. (11.19.04) Notice of Substitute Trustee's Sale NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by wrture cf 1~at ce'ta,n Deed of Trust daled June ~ 7 ! 996, an~ made ~y t'4art!',er'a Bunn to Tor'y Morgan and Victor Ham iron Trustees pursuanl, to se- c;Je to Juar !a Ha;,.k;ns payment of a prom,s- sob' no:e ~ :he pnnc L'a~ amount of $37.600 00 bearing even date tr, erev,:.,h, whch said Deed of Trust ~s oi reco rd in T rust Deed Book 115, at Paee 251. ~n the Offce of the Clerk Of the Gilmer County Comrc.ssion and. Tbe undersigned Subst!tute Trustee bawng been appointed as Subst tute Trustee to a "Des- ignation and Appointment of SubsMute Trustee" cf record in the Office of Ihe C!erk ot the Gi!mer Ccunty Comr'niss~on in Tn.;st Deed Book 145. at page 339 and. The ur',0e!s~gned Subsbtute Trustee bawng been redues;ed m wn~ng to do so by Juanita Hawkins t~e u'.','~er ant~ ~:older of said notes, the ,.moers*~rk d Subst tute Th;stee ..'.: ~[ on Decem- ber 10, 2004 at 10:30 am local time, otter for sa!e and st; at ;:=up; c auctc n'.e/ances o! record and sut',iect to an':, and a~ utoa d taxes assessed aga nst sa~d ;?rc~'eqy The property wili be conveyed m an "As Is" cendit ons by Dee,3 cor]taln~ng no warranty, ex- press or mpied sublect to a~t property rights of ways. easements, oop.venants conveyancesand condibons of record in the Clel ks Ofhce or affect- =ng the subject property and any ngC~ts of re- demption heid by the lr'qemaI Revenue Servioe of the Unfed States o! Amenca pursuant to 26 US C 7425 The Substitute Yrustee shall be unde~ no d'.y Io cause an}, exisN',g tenant or person c:c ::py n~ the vrope'ly to vacate said propey :~c am, ; :~sonal b'roperty and or betong ngS to ~e na~'~ at '.he properly a}tW tre torecioswe sale v,i; be gceyed !o constitute ABANDONED PROPERTY A'XD WiLL BE DISPOSED OF ACCORDINGLY The benefcary, to--w~t: Juan~ta HawkinS. reserves ~ne ~gb~ to bid. The undersigned Sub- stitute Trustee resewes the right to reject any or al! bids. From the proceeds o! the sale the Substitute : Trustee shal~J r~$ .l:;,a~ t.hq~e .~)R3ense.s. ~ssoo- reasonab!e Sobslilu!e Trustees' commission a,,~ expenses ot ~L:bi cation and adw.~rtis,ng, recur- t~at~on o~ dccumnls prepalatioA of documents and ottlel expenses as may be reasonably inci- denta~ to the saie Thereafter. the proceeds of sa~e sta~ !re apped ;) the indebledness se- c~ed by t~e deed st '.;:~st mentioned heren The ba',ance of the proceeds ol sate d any snail be d stributed to the ma~ers of any deed of t,us! or any junior ~er~hoider according tO iav. Or as their ,nteresls may' appe ~.r Anno~Jscen',erls made at sale take prece- dence over any statemente or representatiof~s contained in ths notice The ur'.'.:lers g~:ed ;ese~ves Ihe rgL't to con- iaiA the sa~e ne~ t:me to sine u~'on oral procia- fl-~atloc, ~erms ot Saie: Cash in r~and day of sale Dated Nevemr~er t6, 2004 James W. Martin, Jr. Substitute Trustee Siegrist & White, PLLC P.O. Box Drawer 2550 Clarksburg, WV 26302-2550 :RIDAY EVENING WRECK NEAR NORMANTOWN-- At about 6 p.m. c ass. 2t -2c on last Fri., Nov. 26, a 1988 Jeep, dnven by Timothy Akers, 18, of ..................................................... Clothier, slid across the center lane at the 90-degree turn on SRs 33/ 119 near Good Time Charlie's AKA Susie's Place, and hit this 2002 Music Js riot teehnlque arid. Ford truck (in photo), which, then, veered into the hillside and stopped, me[o(].~ but the meardn~ of life The truck is owned by Bernard Linn See, 35, of Clarksburg. There were itself, infiriitely sorrowful arid no injuries sustained or citations issued, The accident was handled by uribearably beautif-ud. the Gilmer County Sheriff's Dept. ($taffphoto) --Pearl S. Buck Memoir of a Young Chinese hnmigrant who became Mm, o Doctor Doctor News December 9. at 5 pm a rcprcsenta ive from the WV Alzheimers Associa- tion will be here. Wc invite all our families and friends. We want to thank the Kimble Our Angel tree is now m our family, who is decorating our front fr',~nt [,obbx. Please stop by and lobby and porch for the Christmas help tls give'lots o[ Christmas gift,. " tO C, tll" ics{dcnts season At 1"7 in 194f. Victoria L. Beckett fled war-torn China by boat to ,.\merica. without parents ora support network-lust 550, and a trunk of clothes. Still. she went on to c N!ege at Mr. Holyokc, to medical school at University of blichigan, and to resi- dency training at he prestigious Mayo Clinic. Along the way as a practi~:ing docto,, bhe encountered gun shot vie- runs at 2 am. a car bornb outside Trinity College, rich and poor pa- tients in Detroit and Dublin, Ireland, and patients set to sue every doctor they save. Through e~ery experience, she nexcr sa~ herself as Chinese or a woman, but simply as striving to be tl~c best physician she could be. Now in retirement, she has kept mentally alert by earning a Masters degree in pa3chology, and physically fit by teaci~ing Tai-chi. "lhis book is her story, from her childhood in Dhina, and her t7 )'ears at thc ~\layu Clinic (working with some of the I~e~t doctors in the world) to her active retirement. She and hus- band Joseph Stmrp, live in Rochester, a sr :til Nlinncsot:~cily. "Doctors with- ou! border:," x:il[ receive book pro- cecds. XI ib~is is a strategic partner of Ran- dom House Ventures, LLC, a subsid- iary of Random House, Inc. Books can be purchased in any major book- store, or online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Borders or Xlibris. For more information, contact libris (888) 795-- 4274 or look up the web ww~t' Myths Abound Regarding Paying for Nursing Home Care and Medicaid Estate Recovery One of the most common worries for a typical senior West Viroinian is "what will happen to me if my spouse has to go to a nursing home?" In West Virginia, nearly 75c~- of nursing home residents are on Medicaid. But Med- icaid is only available for people v. ho cannot all\->rd the hcalthcare they need. so most of those nursing home resi- dents have to "spend do'~vn" most of .their liquid assets before they qualify for Medicaid. However, there are sev- eral kinds of assets that are excluded from the spending down. and your home is one of them. Many believe that the state takes your house when you enter a nursing home. That is not true. In becoming eligible for nursing home Medcaid, )'our home is ~enc,'allv an exempt-it does not count in the $'2,000 of assets you are allowed to have and still qualify, for benefits. Also, if you have a spouse at home, there are special provisions that can allow your spouse to keep m uch more than $2.000. Your spouse may also be able to keep some nursing home care can talk to an attor- of your monthly income that would ney for free at West Virginia Senior have otherwise gone to the nursing Legal Aid (WVSLA.) WVSLA is a home if you were single, program supported by the WV Bu- Though the state does not take your reau of Senior Services, the North- home when you go in the nursing westAreaAgencyonAging, theWest home, it may be able to put a lien Virginia Bar Foundation, the Federal against your home later if you accept Administration on Aging, the WC Medcaid benefits for your nursing Fund for Law in the Public Interest, home care. This is called Medcaid and donations, which provides free Estate Recovery, and there is plenty legal services to needy senior West of misunderstanding and mythology Virginians age 60 and over, in all 55 about it in West Virginia. First, it only counties of the state. Seniors can call applies to Medcaid beneficiaries, so 1-800-229-5068 to get the legal in- those who pay for all their care with formation, advice, or advocacy they cash or insurance have nothing to need. The program also provides a worry about. Second, itgenerallyonly variety of legal information on applies after you (tbe Medcaid nurs- elderlaw issues through its Web site ing home resident') have died. Third, www.seniorlegalaid, Org. there are several situations where re- Every person's financial circum- covery is delayed, so your spouse or stances are different, there is no-one- aduhdisabledchildforexample,may size-fits-all solution. If you are try- still be able to remain in the home for ing to plan for the future, you need a his or her lifetime, real advocate [o help you understand Needy senior West Virginians who your rights and all your legal options. are trying to plan for the possibility of more than sl0.gMILLION in all garne~ and prize ~mounts claimed in October 2004 Donald M~che#e Ju0y Iv~s Kenneth W~t~erJot~ HyOer ~ P,~e J~ Montgomery, Mentgome~ Mallory Ct~rtes "~own Pmceton (~on We.shot1 ~ Lew $13,000 $5.000 ff~.000 $'10,000 $13,0OO M Dec, Satu ever Re feh Dec, mus Cele Arti Ms. "'Th, and over M ebra den{ a sto heril sing crisp, "I ctas: woo Arm Arm lnstt Arti sct F 199, SUm !-i T gini Mot wh L, Cou L Gre, ante tim( T on ( pior Ir Tt tecti quar Vi and frier prot, ' .*([ facil C'abi hous how T and inte ing, crea sucl