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:? Obituaries BENNY L. MADDY Benny L. Maddy, 63, of 201 Summers St., died Sun. Mar. 10, in a Hinton hospital, following a short illness. Born Apr. 22, 1927, in Hinton, he was the son of Frank and Stella Lester Maddy of Hinton. Mr. Maddy was a lifelong resi- dent of Hinton, was a retired engi- neer for the CSX Corporation, was a member ofthe First Baptist Church in Hinton, was a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 62, a member of the A. F. and A.M. Beni-Kedem Shrine in Charleston, and was a veteran of the Korean Conflict. Other survivors include his wife, Mary E. Lilly Maddy of Hinton; a daughter, Virginia Fitzwater of Charleston, S.C.; two sons, Robert and James Tucker, both of Colum- bus, Oh.; a sister, Betty J. Keaton of Hinton; a brother, Bob J. Maddy of Hinton; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services were held Tues. at 2 p.m. at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor Chapel in Hinton with the Rev. D. D. Eiwell officiating. Burial followed in the Greenbrier Burial Park in Hinton. Pallbearers will be John E. Lilly, Paul Richmond, William P. Mat- thews, Eldridge Whitey Ellison, Donald Mock, Clayton Lester, Jr., Jerry L. Keaton, Charles Saunders, David Quisenberry, Bill Bennett and I$ck Lester. HAZEL A. MURRELL Mrs. Hazel Anderson Murrell, 77, formerly of Hinton, died Tues. Mar. 5, at the home of a daughter, Mari- lyn Murrell of Amelia, Oh., follow- ing a long illness. Born May 26, 1913, at Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Lewis. Gordon and Bessie Rife An- derson. Mrs. Murrell was a 30-year resi- dent of Circleville and was of the Methodist faith. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl M. Murrell in 1989 and two brothers and one sister. Other survivors include throe sons, Carl M. Murrell Jr. of Spana- way, Wash., James Lee Murrell of St. Cloud, Fla., and Robert Lewis MurrellofSalisbury, Md.; five grand. children, and one great-grandson. The body is at the Ronald Mead. ows Funeral Parlors in Hinton. I Y  , , Hitk, diedThurs. Feb., atherhome, following a short illness. Born May 30, 1922, in Summers County, she was the daughter of the late Eunice =Buck" Adkins and Susie Adkins Cales. Mrs. Richmond was a lifelong resident of Summers County, was a homemaker and a member of the Shockley Hill Cnurch of Christ. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Burma Nacli ne Richmond; a brother, Elmer Adkins; two sis- ters, Emma Bennett and Elsie Adkins and four stepbrothers. , Survivors include her husband, William Richmond; four sons, Bobby Richmond of Richmond, Vs., Lucky Richmond of Alderson, Shirley Richmond of Hix and Terry Richmond of Morgantown; four daughters, Elgina Ward of Richmond, Brenda Lilly of Forest Hill, Janice Sears and Meloney Richmond, both ofHix; a sister, Masil Ward of Hinton; 13 grandchildren, and eight stepgrandchildren. Services were held Sun. Mar. 3 at 2 p.m. at the Shockley Hill Church of Christ with Estil Gill officiating. Burial followed in the Bragg Ceme- tery, Hix. CHARLES W. TAYLOR Charles W. Taylor, 27, of 1106 Summers St., died Thurs. Mar. 7, at 8:30 a.m., at Rt. 3, Nimitz. Born Jan. 13, 1964, at Hinton, he was the son of Kathleen Painter Taylor Romanello of Hinton and the late Clarence Taylor. Mr. Taylor had lived most of his life at Hintan, was a member of the Baptist faith and was a timberman and factory worker. Other survivors include his wife, Sandra Steele Taylor; a son, Charles Wayne Taylor H at home; two daugh- ters, Geneva Dawn and Charlotte Lynn Taylor, both of Beaver; a brother, Paul Taylor of Jumping Branch; a sister, Betty Lou Carter of Hinton ; three halfbrothers, Ever- ette Dunn ofHinton, Ronald Dunn of Chicago, Ill.and Edward Taylor of Ballengoe; fou r halfsisters, Brenda Plumley,of Beaver, Alice Trent of Jumping Branch, Sandra Dunn, of Chicago and Nancy Gill of Marie, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Sun. Mar. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Hinton Church of God with Pastor Cecil Welch and Rev. Eddie Tatum offici- ating. Burial followed in the Elk Knob Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dale Plumley, Randall and Lonnie Steele, James Asbury, Dorse Calloway and Leo Moore. The body was at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hin- ton. Legislative Notes By Delegate Mary P. Compton The final days of the 1991 Legis. lative session were quite long and laborious. Many issues having long- term impacts on the state have been debated during the past weeks. A great deal of our time has been de- voted to health care issues, medical education and congressional redis- tricting. According to statistics provided by the U. S. Census Bureau, W. Va. will lose one congressional seat, from four to three, because era significant decline in population. As such, the Legislature is charged with the re- sponsibility of realigning these dis- tricts o follow closely the Constitution's =one man, one vote r standard. The House passed a measure which reportedly splits the state into three horizontal districts, each con- taining significantly porportional cities The plan also combines the Eastern and Northern panhandles into one district. In this case, Con- gressman Mollohan and Staggers #ould share the district for the 1992 primary election. The Senate plan essentially com- bines the Eastern panhandle and counties bordering Vs. into a single district, with the north central coun- ties and the Northern panhandle forming a district, and southern counties along the Oh. and Ky. bor- ders"rounding out the third. Under this plan, Congressman Rahal] and Staggers would be sharing a spot on the primary ballot. The Legislature must occur on a sinle plan prior to the commence- ment of the filing period for the pri- mary election in 1992. In line with the global =greening  trend, W. Va. lawmakers prepared compromise measures designed to protest the state's natural resources while continuing to promote eco- nomic enhancement strategies. A bill passed by the Legislature and pending the signature of the GOv. will ban commercial medical waste incinerators from being con- structed in W. Vs. However, the measure does allow hospitals and physicians.to dispose of their own medical wastes. Additionally, the Division of Health has been given expanded responsibilities regarding the regulations and licensing of medical wastes, whole those haul- ingtherefuso will beoperatingunder guidelines established by the Public Service Commission. As always, I will continue to keep you updated on the events of the W. Vs. Legislature. If you wish to ob- tain further information about the Legislature,including bill status, you may call Legislative Public Informa- tion at 1-800-642.8650. Messages for myself or other Delegates and Sena- tors also may be left at this number. I also value your view so if you have any questions or comments on the various issues that were before the Legislature, please feel free to write or call me directly. My address is 211-E, Main Capitol Building, Charleston, WV, 25305 and my phone number is 340-3175. SCHOOL Rotary Club Report MENU HINTON HIGH SCHOOL WEEK OF MARCH 13 THRU 19 BREAKFAST Wed. Mar. 13 Fruit or Juice, Boiled Egg, Toast - Jelly, Milk. Thurs. Mar. 14 Fruit ar J'uice, Super Donut, Milk, *Cereal. Fri. Mar. 15 Fruit or Juice, Oatmeal Mttffin, Milk, *Cereal. Men. Mar. 18 Fruit or Juice, Cheese Toast, *Cereal, Milk. Tues. Mar. 19 Fruit or Juice, Cinnamon Roll or Granola Bar, Milk. LUNCH Wed. Mar. 13 Beef Stew and Rolls, Spinach, Cooked Apples, Milk, Salad Bar & Hot Bar. Thurs. Mar. 14 Sub Sandwich, Vegetable Dip, Steam Brown Rice, Fruit & Milk, Hot Bar & Salad Bar. Fri. Mar. 15 Chicken Pattie with Bun, Lettuce & Tomato, California Mix, Fruit & Milk, Hot Bar & Salad Bar. Men. Mar. 18 Taco Salad, Spinach, Assorted Fruit, Tortillo Chips, Milk, Hot Bar & Salad Bar. Tues. Mar. 19 Macaroni/Tomato/Cheese Casse- role, Corn, Roll, Hot Bar & Salad Bar, Milk & Orange. WEEK OF MAR. 13 THRU 19 BRFAkKFAST Wed. Mar. 13 Fruit or Juice, Boiled Egg, Toast - Jelly, Milk. Thurs. Mar. 14 Fruit or Juice, Super Donut, Milk, *Cereal. Fri. Mar. 15 Fruit or Juice, Oatmeal Muffin, Milk, *Cereal. Men. Mar. 18 Fruit or Juice, Cheese Toast, Milk, *Cereal. Tues. Mar. 19 Fruit or Juice, Cinnamon Roll or Granola Bar, Milk. LUNCH Wed, Mar. 13 Corn Dog, Macaroni Salad, Fruited Jello, Brownie, Milk. Thurs. Mar. 14 Baked Chicken, Broccoli w/Cheese Sauce, Fruit, Roll, Milk. Fri. Mar. 16 Sloppy Joe, Pickle, Fries or Tater Tots, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Mon. Mar. 16 Cooks Choice. Tues. Mar. 19 Brown Beans, Onion Rings, Spin- ach or Kale, Cornbread, Peaches, Milk. ARTIST LECTURE SERIES March Events A Certain Slant Of Light Mar. 3 - 15. Art Gallery. Free Admission. Faculty Piano Recital Mar. 148:00 P.M. Main Theatre. Free Admission. Taming Of The Shrew Mar. 26 8:00 P.M. Main Theatre. Student Art Show Mar. 25 - May 7. Art Gallery, Free Admission. For more information please con- tact Dr. Ron Burgher, Director 384. 5275, Alexander Fine Arts Center, Concord College, Athens, WV 24712; We of Rotary would like to Thank the last three guest speakers. Each one was very enlighting. Thank You for your time. Gary Dotson. =Child Advocaf'. David Springston - Painting Dis- play. -Jack Chapman - Owner Indus- trial Electric Corp. It is important to keep our self informed of what is gel ng on not only in the world but around us here at home. Members wishing more informa- tion on the District Conference to be held Apr. 4-6,1991. You may contact Pres. David Schmauss 466-4421. CIRCLE OF LIGHT By Maxine Ciampi A steady diet of proper food and proper thoughts enhanced by prayer, can bring about a healthy attitude concerning life and Self. Our thoughts, words and actions are a reflection of our diet, be it proper or improper. We must be aware of what we are feeding our - Body - Mind - Spirit From %Vings of Life  FIRE NEWS By Ray Gill Structure fire, Willowwood Rd., 1 mile 1 tenth from Wiggens Bridge belonging to John and Sylvia Johnson of Beckley. Fire was re- ported to Hinton Station then Hin- ton members called Summers Co. Vol. Fire Dept. & Rescue Squad members then tones was set offother members enroute plus 3 trucks and then called J.B. Nimitz Fire Dept. 1 truck out and Talcott out but Talcott didn't come. Other camps were very close. Structure was burned out a total , loss but outside walls still standing. Other camps are still there. 56 PORTRAITS A Time Remembered 4--8x 10 4--3x5 16--Wallets S2OO='"oFee =1 PLUS FREE BONUS Studio Quality Portraits * Babies Chddren Adults, Fam#y Groups $2.00 Each A(Idhonal SuD/ect Posing Our Choice One SDacza/Per SubleCt One Special Per Fam#y Additional Portraits Avadable Kf: -Tots & Teens Hinton, WV. Friday, March 22nd Hours 10 til 5 004EAIRS SAVE $35 18.2 CU. FT. FROSTLESS REFRIGERATOR $599.99 $17 MONTHLY* KENMORE EXTRA-LARGE CAPACITY WASHER Tues. March 12, 1991 Hinton News - 3 IN THE LIBRARY To all of those who wrote letters to your representatives in the W. Vs. legislature on behalf of the Library - give yourselves a pat on the back! Governor Caperton announced to the 1000 library supporters who attended the annual Library Appreciation Dinner in Charleston Feb. 25, that the money which had been cut from that part of the State budget allocated to libraries had been restored. That means that for the coming year we will receive approximately what we received last year. (We are as yet unsure how our population loss will effect our appropriation). I was told by several ofour representatives that they had received many cards, letters and phone calls from library sup- porters urging them to raise the library appropriation.and I am sure that THIS input from you helped to insure this increase in support to our libraries! Thank you for writing and thanks to our legislators for looking out for W. Va. libraries. Now we noed to concentrate our efforts on our U. S. Representatives. The national budget proposed by President Bush for 1991 - 92 contains BIG cuts for libraries. Unless the Congress can restore these funds we may be forced to cut as much as $9,000 from our budget next year! Congratulations and thanks are also due to those talented and generous people who helped make the Friends of the Library's Musicale ( Sun. the 24th) so wonderful. More than seventy folks came to enjoy the music which was beautiful despite the fact that the piano in the Memorial Building is old and rickity! Afterwards we enjoyed punch and cookies supplied by our always willing Friends. We also enjoyed counting the proceeds which amounted to $300 to add to our "Inchf' fund. "Inchy  is now only $200 from his goal of $16,000 - a goal I am sure we will reach with the proceeds from the CHARITY BALL which is scheduled for Apr. 6 at the Moose Club in Hinton with the Concord Commanders suppling their own special music. Tickets which are available in the Library are $10/person. When you come in to pick up yours you may want to check out some of our beautiful new books. Among those which arrived last week were the following best seller types: The Old Contemotibles by that marvelous mystery writer Martha Grimes. Battle_roun d. the fourth in W. E.B. Griffin's saga about the Marine Corps. MaJc Hour. Susan Isaacs' newest mystery andCold Fire." a novel of unequaled wonder, mystery and terror" by Dean Koontz. We are also pleased to have a copy of The Lees of Virginia; Seven (?nerations of an American Fam}ly given to us in memory of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fredeking and Embroidery a beautiful book with more than 40 embroidery projects given in memory of Barbara Miller Murrell. SUPPORT GROUP The Blind and Visually Impaired Support Group will meet Mar. 18. Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm Location: Mountain State Center for Independent Living, 329 Prince St., Beckley, WV 25801. Fr more information contact Sharon Minor at 255-0122. CONCORD BOARD OF ADVISORS TO MEET The Concord College Board of Advisors will meet in Athens on Thurs. Mar. 14, at 2 p.m. in the J. Frank Marsh Library Conference Room. The meeting is open to the public. Bluestone Satellite Systems We sell the Best! Pipestem. W.V. General Instrument Drake ........... Uniden ,.  , and Sales & Service Descramblers Benny Wills 466-5409 MR93301 Thru 31st AND DRYER \\; 0NLY $15 MON.THLY \\;\ For the pa00r p=,o.,^,  SAyE $80 ON THE PAIR!/ 2 s-eed '\\; I\\; /4-temperature " "P "\\; it /electricdryer y-cyoe wasner, I' / ,,,..l .,.- .$199.99 \\;I - Was $349 99 Was $439.99 k -' Was $3, . $13 MONTHLY* $12 MONTHLY* Natural gas $40 higher LG38023 CRAFTSMAN EAGER I 3.5-H.P. MOWER WITH 20,INCH CUT $169.97 $10 MONTHLY* SAVE $30 KENMORE SELF- CLEANING GAS RANGE $$49.99 $16 MONTHLY" MR73401 SAVE $30 KENMORE SELF-CLEANING ELECTRIC RANGE $449.99 MONTHLY" only SAVE $20 3-LEVEL DISHWASHER WITH POTSCRUBBER FEATURE $349.99 sl2 sONT.LY" MR18495 "On SearsCharge (or SeorsCharge PLUS credit pan--avoilabie on most purchases totaling $699.99 or more), Actual payments depeno on ex=sting account balance. Shipping included to store. Electric dryer red, uires cord, Appliances are white: colors extra. Most ITEMS IN-STOCK for immediate leli, m sho ae ,, ikbb as hdrssd tt not on diy . dvm are ialty orderl. Temple Street 8 am- S pm Mon. to Fd. $ am - 12 am Sat Downtown Hinton STORE PHONE: 4( MR89333 KENMORE 1.0-CU. FT. 650-w. MICROWAVE $168.88$000 MONTHLY* MR41333 SUPER BUY! 20" GE COLOR TV $309.97 MONTHLY"