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mllIJIgllllm Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7B mIMER COUNTY VENDOR PAYMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2004 I ! ALLEGHENY POWER ALS II CONTRACTING AMES BACKHOE SERVICE AMSTERDAM PRINTING APPALACHIAN PIPING APPCON LUMBER ASC GOV'T RECORD MGT ASSESSOR VALUATION FUND AVAN MCHENRY AVAYA INC BALLOTT COMMISSIONERS ELECTION BARCO PRODUCTS BD OF REVIEW WV BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT BEVERLY MARKS BRAXTON BIBLE BOOK STORE BRIER INN BUCHANAN SOUND8 ELECTRONICS C D HESS TRAVEL CARR CONTRACTING CASON JONES CASTO & HARRIS LANE SMITH CIRCUIT CLERK CITY OF GLENVILLE CO COMM ASSOC OF 'WV COLLINS INSURANCE COMP RESOURCE CREATIVE AUTOMATION CRESCENT & SPRAGUE SUPPLY CSSI DANIE B DOTSON Ill DAVID FRYMIER DAYTON LEGAL BLANK DISCOVER THE REAL WV FOUNDATION DODSON EXTERMINATING DOMINION HOPE DOSS ENTERPRISES DRAKES AUTO SALES DWAYNE C VANDEVENDOR ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE ELECTION WORKERS EXPANETS GALLS INC GERALD B HOUGH - GILMER CO REC CENTER GILMER MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES GILMER PRIMARY CARE GLENVILLE DEMOCRAT I PATHFINDER GLENVILLE UTILITY GLENVILLE WESTERN AUTO GRAGG CONSTRUCTION HAMPTON INN MARTINSBURG HARDMAN'S HOTEL AT THE WELLS INN HUTCHISON SANITARY SUPPLY IDRIS SHAFFER IKON OFRCE SOLUTIONS INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE PROSECUTOR INVESTIGATIVE EXPENSE-SHERIFF lOS CAPITAL JACK'S SEPTIC SERVICE JIMMY MOSS JONES BUSINESS MACHINES KLINE SOMERVILLE EXXON LANE SMITH LANIER LARRY B CHAPMAN LARRY GERWtG LEROY LANG LEWIS COUNTY E 911 LEXIS NEXIS MATTHEW BENDER MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL MCCARTY'S PORTABLE TOILETS MCI MEADOWFILL LANDFILL MEGG ASSOCIATES METROCALL MID STATE MOTORS MILLER SUPPLY OF WV MINERAL SPRINGS MOTEL MOUNTAINEER MART MOUNTAINEER RESORT MY SERVER ONLINE N C REMS NATIONAL ASSOC OF COUNTIES NATIONAL BUSINES FURNITURE NATIONWIDE INSURANCE OAKLEY ONE STAR PITNEY BOWES .... QUILL CORPORATION R D ZANDE & ASSOCIATES RAMCO RED CLAY PRESS REGION VII RELIABLE OFFICE SUPPUES RETA KIGHT RITCHIE COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY S & S LANDFILL IN(:: SAFETY LEAGUE tNC SHARON RATLIFF SNOWSHOE MOUNTAIN RESORT SOFTWARE COMPUTER GROUP SPENCER BUSINESS FORMS STACY HARLOW STAPLES STEPHENS AUTO STOUT CO INC STREICHERS T J BUTCHER TMC TECHNOLOGIES UNITED NATIONAL BANK - DEPOSITS VERIZON VERIZON WIRELESS VIKING OFFICE PF:IODUCTS VITAL REGISTRATION W V STATE TAX DEPARTMENT WALMART WASTE MANAGEMENT WHITES HEATING & AIR WOOD COUNTY COMMISSION WV ASSESSORS' ASSOCIATION WV ASSOC OF COUNTY & CIRCUIT CLERKS WV DH HR WV ETHICS REPORTER WV PAGING WV PROSECUTING ATTNY'S INSTITUTE WV PUBLIC EMPLOYFFS IN,,,URANCE WV SCHOOL BOARD ASSOCIATION WV SECRETARY OF STATE WV SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION WV ST TAX DEPT PROP TX DIVISION COMPUTER NETWORK WV STATE AUDITOR WV STATE BOARD OF RISK & INS MGT WV UNEMPLOYMENT DMSION WV UNIFORMS WV WORKERS' COMPENSATION WV ASSOC OF COUNTIES ® AUTHORIZID REPRESEHTATIVE Melissa "Missy" Bartlett, owner 124 E. Main St. Harrisville, WV 26362 Tlae only coast to coast Walkie - Talkie is here! CELLULARONE® Authorized Dealer Office: 304-684-CELL (2355) or 304-643-2800 Cellular: 304-299-2139 Fax: 304,684-CELL (2355) E-Mail: missyscellular @ zoominternet.net 99,u/ u.r at, e/t/ c: /o e/oa, & o/'. J?. . Multiple sizes monthly rates 5x10- *25 10xl0 - *35 10x15- *45 Not enought room? 10x20 - s55 See us for your storage needs! i i ii $14,576.35 $1,200.00 $2,725.00 $ 128" 24 $600.00 $1,277.66 $30.30 $4,500.00 $840.00 $1,487.16 $1 ,200"00 $191.45 $366.00 $266.89 $50.00 $97.20 $75,967.3O $903.85 $1,400.00 $223.16 $21,764.65 $600.00 $5O&79 $435.00 $8,776.78 $501.52 $60.44 $4,845.00 $6,548.9O $51.10 $175.00 $180.10 $4O .00 $789.00 $ 13'417"07 $2,475"00 $784.63 $45.99 $3,4O9.92 $12,088.00 $20,676.99 $2,801.48 $491.85 $8,148.99 $3,soo.00 $258.00 $ 33,89&65 $1,918.53 $193.00 $8,058.66 $400.47 $1,529.23 $103.77 $1,879.78 $180.00 $I ,392.36 $161,926.80 $I ,O8O.OO $I,000.00 $I ,969.91 $1,053.65 $177.44 $1,002.10 $197.84 $180.71 $4,217.50 198.35 $164.44 $405.00 $128,554.84 $2,292.24 $893.68 $120.00 $111.62 $869.28 $435.00 t~8.10 $2,119.82 $199.28 $121.00 $7,267.12 $384.51 $845.04 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE MAGISTRATE COURT OF Gilmer County. West Virginia Calhoun Banks, Inc. Civil Action P.O. Box 430 No. 03C-138 Grantsville, WV 26147 Plaintiff V Dorothy Townsend RR 1 Box 12 Cox's Mitts, WV 26342 Defendant GILMER COUNIY COMMISSION LARRY B CHAPMAN, PRESIDENT Legal Class II-O 2t12-16c The object of the entitled action =s judgment for the purpose of recordalion and / or attach- ment in the amount of $816.46 and interest thereon at the contract rate of 8 810 and Court Costs $55.50 and Pubhcat~on lee, And if appearing by an affidavit filed in this action that Dorothy Townsend no longer resides at last known address of RR 1 Box 12, Cox's Mills, WV 26342. The plaintilf has used due diligence to ascertain lhe residence and where- abouts of said defendant, without effect. It is ordered that Dorothy Townsend do serve upon RW Minigh, Gilmer County Magistrate Court, magistrate, whose address is Courrnouse Annex, Glenville, WV 26351, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or before Jan. 13, 2005, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against Dorothy Townsend at any time thereafter A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court Gilmer County Magistrate Coud 12-01-04 Dixie L. Moyers Magistrate Court Clerk Legal Class II 2t 12-16c FIDUCIARY NOTICE Please take notice that Gerald Davis, Executor, for the Herbert E. Davis Estate, =s now before me for Final Settlemenl Dated this the 1st day of December 2004. C. Joel Shanesy, Fiduciary Commissioner Gilmer County, West Virginia Legal Class II 2t 12-16c Council Seeking Fellowship Proposals The West Virginia Humanities Council invites West Virginia col- lege and university humanities fac- ulty to apply for 2005 Fellowships. The award provides scholars with a stipend of $2,500. The deadline is February I, 2005• These fellowships, unique in West Virginia, offer an opportunity for teachers college, faculty, and inde- pendent scholars who need encour- agement and support for research and writing projects. Eligible projects in- clude, but are not limited to, the study of the following: interpretive archae- ology; the history, theory, and criti- cism of the arts; ethics; history, juris- prudence; modern and classical lan- guages; linguistics, literature; philoso- phy; comparative religion; and philo- sophical and historical approaches to the social sciences• For more information on grants. Contact Humanities Council grants $428.95 $240.00 administrator Pam LeRose by phone $75.15 at (304) 346-8500 " or via $1,091.37 email@wvhumanities.org. Guidelines $9,718.20 and applications are available in the $983.82 $9,818.0o Council's website $3,o3o.28 www. wvhuw~mities, org. $448.00 $1,288.80 ='*" IOLTA Prog ram: $777.00 $8,896.63 'Interest On $177.52 L wy Tr ,,o,,,,a er ust $32a.o9 $2 3& o8 Accounts ' $3O,987.OO $982.5o In 1990, the Interest On Lawyer ¢,349.9o • $14.96 Trust Account (IOLTA) Program was $99o.00 initiated by an Order of the West $1s,887.oo Virginia Supreme Court, according $9,072.69 $2,340.18 tO the State's Bar Foundation. $663.21 As an amendment to Rule 1.5 of the $91.00 West Virginia Rules of Professional $23,s89.se Conduct, lawyers must set up interest $1,448.20 $147.26 bearing trust accounts for their clients $3,259.68 with the interestgenerated being used $1,5OO.00 $I00.0o to provide free civil legal services for ~78.0o low income citizens in West Virginia. $33o.oo The Bar Foundation administers the 11e9.oo IOLTA Program. $34&00 $1,5oo.oo In 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court $1~,oo2.52 issued an Opinion in a case involving $178.oo the IOLTA Programs in all 50 states $35o.00 $34o.oo and declared that it was constitutional. $a&~1.64 A significant factor in the success of ~2,00&00 the IOLTA Program in West Virginia $36,718.OO has been the strong level of support $3,529.1 o $1,623.53 and participation by the financial in- $17,91e.ll stitutions. Almost every one of the $3,825.00 financial institutions make IOLTA $990,526.52 accounts available for use by lawyers and law offices. For details, call the W.Va. Bar Foun- dation at (304) 558-2467. We offer a • "Lifetime Guarantee" "Why just epray it on, when you can, bake it on?" Free Estimates • Accepting all insurances. Cha=,a.. Owned. OWmd bit odn= • Weston "269-0077 . I NOTICE BIDS FOR LIMITED VIDEO LOTTERY TERMINAL PERMITS Under provisions of Section 29-22B-I107 of the West Virginia Code, the West Virginia State Lottery Commission will accep¢ bids from persons who are, or intend to become, licensed opermor~ and retailers for perrmts to porchase or lease limited x~leo Io(~ry terminals from licenscxl manufacturcrs. The minimum bid per-terminal mu~ be at leasl three thousand five- hundred dollars 153,500.00). To be licensed as a limited video lottery operator or retailer, a person must meet the four-year West Virginia residency requirement. Bids for permits to own or lease video lottery terminals shall be submitted to the Purchasing Division, West Virginia Departmeni of Administration. Bids delivered or mailed to the Pm'ehL$ing Division shall be in the possession and control of the Purchasing Division on or before 10:00 a.m eastern standard time on February 18, 2005. A duplicate bid shall be delivered or mailed to the State Auditor's bid observer's office using the same time restrictions. Mailed and com-ier-delivered bids shall be addressed and submitled as follows: ~ubrnit one ( 1 ~ ORIGINAL Bi~] to: Sulm~t one t l'l COPY of the Bid to: State of West Virginia State Auditor's Office Department of Administration Bid Observer Purchasing Division ~ State of West Virginia 2019 Washington Street, East 1900 Kanawha Blvd., East PO Box 50130 Bldg. I, Room WlI4 Chades~n, WV 25305-0130 Charleston, WV 25305-0230 All submitted bids must be enclosed in a ~=altd J;ll.Y.tl~ that is clearty marked with the following wording: Buye~ Lottery Buyer R~: Video Lottery Permit Bids Date: February 18,2005 Time: (opening) 2:00 p.m Bids received that are not in a sealed envelope marked with the requited information, stated above, will be rejected. Bids submitted to either office by fax shall be rejected. Failure of the United States Postal Service or a courier service to make timely delivery of any bid shall not validate any bid not in the hands of the Purchasing Division or the State Auditor's Bid Observers' Office by the requited date and time. Each bid should be typed or priraed on an 8½" x I I" sheet of white paper using the following format: The bidder's name: The bidder's address: The bidder's telephone n~ The number of video lottery temunals for which the permit is sought: The per-terminal bid for which the permit is sought: $ The total bid (per-termtnM bid times number o/terminals): $ The amount of the bid bond submitted with the bid (must equal "total b/d"): DoNol Include bidders FEIN or mdal leeudty -,amber. No bid shall be considered unless the amount of the bid equals or exceeds the tluee-thousand five- hundred dollar ($3,500.00~ minimum bid amount for a video lottery terminal q~ecified by the State Lottery Commission. No bid shall be withdrawn after the appointed hour for the opening of the bids. Each person submitting a bid must furnish a bid bond guaranteeing payment of 100 percent of the amount bid for the permit sought by the bidder The bid boad rmmt he furnlahed In oae of the three fellow leg fornls: I WV Treasurer's Office Det~osit Receim . proving that the ~ certified or check or other negotiable securities was deposited without restriction at the WV Treasu~r's Office and credited to the West Virginia State Lott~y Commiuiort. D¢ix~its are on~ a~ if hand-delivered to the WV Treasurer's Office, located in the Main Capaal Building, Room EI45, Bld euvelope~ ¢ontsi~alg. em~ cortifl~! or embiers cheduk or other negotiable secarltles shall be caa~ for rejection. 2. ~ - issued by a national or state beak or otl=r £maneisl inst~totion acceptable to tbe conm~is~iou. (|rrevocable Letter of Credit format m=y be found at http://www wvlottery corn on the Internet ) 3. ~ - issued by a company authorized by the West Viw, inia lnmmuge Commissiones to do surety business in the State of West Virginia. (Bid Bond format may be found at http:fwww.wvlottery.com on the Intemet) No bid shall be considered tmless the Rquired bid bond is included in the bid submitted to the Purchasing Division. Perrmts shall be awarded to the persons subrmnmg the highest per-terminal bids, No ~ shall be authorized to directly or indirectly own or lease more than 675 video lottery temunalt whether tl~.l~mit J,~N~taiaed, b'~ alc,~fful/a~l, by ~'ufi¢.a~ err tz~zer'~ztie~ ot by a ¢ombittatiott of both ~iort and bidding NO retailer shall be authorized to operate more dam t-we (S) video terminals at one licensed Iocatiot~ ex.eel~ that fraternal clubs aed vetenms' oqpmizatiom may dis.rate up to ten (10) vkleo kxtery tuna~ls m oe,¢ Ik:¢used Io¢=io~. II MAGISTRATE COURT STATE POLICE David L. Cottrill was cited for pos- session of less than 15 grams. (12.1.04) Norma Jean Hurley was cited for no proof of insurance and a seat belt violation. (12.2.04) MAGISTRATE COURT SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT Steven H. Mitchell was cited for failure to maintain control. (12.2.04). MAGISTRATE COURT DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES A juvenile was cited for having a loaded gun on a 4 wheeler. (12.4.04) Nathanlel Lee Jones was cited for having a loaded gun in a vehicle. (12.1.04) Rodney Shane Moyere was cited for having a loaded gun in a vehicld. (12.1.04) MAGISTRATE COURT WORTHLESS CHECKS Robert A. Starcher was cited for a worthless check to Donald Reaser totaling $350.00. (12.7.04) John B. Lockwood, II was cited for a worthless check to RAMCO Tech. nologies totaling $1 62.79. (12.7.04) Barbara B. Sauer's name should not have appeared in the Dec. 2 pa- per. According to the Magistrate's Of- rice, the matter had been resolved prior and this fact had not beenan- - tared into the computer before the Courthouse N ews reporter got the list- ings. We apologize for any inconve- nience. SHERIFF'S DEPT. TRAFFIC REPORT A gray 1991 Ford Ranger XLT truck driven by Steven H. Mltchel, 46, of Frametown and a black 1994 CheW Blazer driven by Justin Todd Townsend, 19, of Glenville were in- volved in an incident near Normantown. The Ford was damaged in all areas and the CheW was dam- aged on the front and front dnver's side. The vehicles were towed by Drake's. (12.2.04) A black 2003 Chew K1500 pickup driven by Ann M. Kreasho, 23, of Coxs Mills was involved in an incident with a deer near Tanner. The vehicle swerved off the road and overtumed. The vehicle was damaged on all ar- eas and was towed by Drake's. (12.4.04) A tan 1992 Plymouth Acclaim driven by William Kniceley, 19, of Salem was involved in an incident near Linn. The vehicle slid off the road and into an embankment. The vehicle was damaged on the front and was towed by Drake's. (11.17.04) GLENVILLE CITY POLICE TRAFFIC REPORT A red 2000 Chew truck driven by Tara Linn Kennedy, 25, of Glenville and a brown 2000 Serum dnven by Idris M. Shaffer, 42, of Stumptown were involved in an incident in Glen- villa. The CheW was damaged on the driver's side and ddver's side rear and the Saturn was damaged on the front and passenger's side front. GLENVILLE CiTY CITATIONS • juvenile was cited for underage dnnking. (12.4.04) CIRCUIT CLERK DIVORCES GRANTED Cammle Lou Jamison, 48, of Sand Fork and Rocky KIm Jemleon, 48, of Stouts Mills were divorced. (12.6.04) Jennifer Elizabeth Ruelmtt, 23, of Glenville and James William Ruuett, III, 27, of Smyrna, NY were divorced. (12.6.04) Rebecca Woo