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Obituarie k.T ':'Y:' ' HARRY H. BREEN :'"Harry H. Breen, 85, of 418 James "t.7Iinton, died Wednesday, March ?Ji3,:'2002, in Summers County kPIalachian Regional Hospital, ':tncon. 'nB0rn Nov. 28, 1916, in Hinton, he asthe son of the late George L. and d &unie Meadows Breen. Mr. Breen wds h member of Central Baptist ltdrch, Hinton. He Was a retired b'struction heavy equipment operator and a World War H veteran. ' 4 .':ia Survivors include a sister, Joyce Musgrave of Hurricane; five 'hews, Skip and Tom Musgrave, ttl  of South Charleston, Larry  Aght of Hurricane, David Hatcher  Roanoke, VA., and Ray Hatcher Rno, Nev.; three nieces, Carol Stone of Beckley and Jenny Wolford and Lisa Keeling, beth of Hurricane; adrseveral great-nieces and great- nephews. Services were held at 11 a. m. Sdturday, March 16th. at Pivont ral Home Chapel, Hinton, with ( ors Lynn Maddy and Bill Jlengee officiating. Burial [[Ib@ed in Greenbfier Burial Park, Hinton. : Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home. Hinton. "' PANSY L. FOX Pansy Leah Fox, 71, of Judson, ed at 10:10 a. m. Wednesday, arch 13, 2002, at her home lowing a long illness. Born June 1,1930, in Judson, she as the daughter of the late Vaitman Esco and Ethel Mae rimmett Martin. | Mrs. Fox had lived most of her life n Judson. ! She was preceded, in death by a grandson, Ivan Ray Fox Jr.; two bthers; and a sister. o Survivors include her husband of 5t years, Alfred E. Fox Jr.; three sons, Ivan Fox and his wife, Joyce, of Lowell, Alfred L. Bobbf' Fox and hiswife, Billie, of Judson and Paul FQx .and Cecelia Godbey of Judson; i fQur daughters, Mary Bennett of i Roanoke, VA., Wanda i Jones and her husband, Walter, Meadow Bridge, Ida Mae Mize i';ii iier ' hCband, Jim, "bGed tllphur Springs and Bar-b'ara Donitzen of Judson, three brothers, i Elliot Martin and his wife, Naomi, tPenrose, Fla., Bill Martin and his wife, Goldm, of Talcott and Woodrow l lartm of Talcott; two smters, Ruth Martin of Talcott and Mona Roach  Indianapolis; 12 grandchildren; ! nd four great-grandchildren. ' Services were held at 11 a. m. Sturday, March 16th. at Elk Knob Baptist Church with Pastor Dana $talnaker officiating. Burial fg!!owed in Elk Knob Baptist Church Cemetery.  lallbearers were Walter Jones, IaTen Lanier, John Doaitzen, John Mid.e, Dale Bennett and Jim Bob dns. -Arrangements by Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors, Hinten. > " SUNRISE SERVICE  There will be an Easter Sunrise Service on Zion Mt. at Zion Mt. Church on Zion Mt. Mar. 31st. at :,30a'm" Fat Mick and concregation invites ieryone to attend, i ' Minute. | a single source for ALL |lyou00insu00a0000e needs: t -.Auto " * Home i.Finandal Products Business me_ Stop by... Log on - tt it'syour II Ph: 466-1075 ll..00 ...,oow,.- Call Toll Free 1 -888-229-7541 RANDY'S SATELLITE [ OA$11/00 HELEN&HANNAH Helen June Hannah, 82, of Bellepoint, died at 12:30 a. m. Friday, March 15, 2002, in Greenbrier Vlley Medical Center, Fairlea, following a long illness. Born April 21, 1919, in Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Lee and Gussie Stone Sinar. Ms. Hannah was a lifelong homemaker and mother of seven children. She was a member of Central Baptist Church, Hinton, and the Loyal Philathea Class at the church. She was also a member of the Ladies of Willow Wood. She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Charles R. Hannah, on June 30, 2001; three brothers, Eddie, Guy and Alfred Sinar; two sisters, Margaret Beettcher and Nola Ripley; and a great-grand son, Randy Lake Cales. Survivors include four sons, Ed Hannah and his wife, Sharon, of Hinton, Mark Hannah and his wife, Kay, of Hinton, Alfred Hannah and his wife, Susan, of Salem, VA., and Richard Hannah and his wife, Colleen of Hilldale, three daughters Joyce Gwinn and her husband A1, of Lexington, Ky., Linda Ewing and her husband, Gary of Hinton and Betty Cales and her husband, Randy, of Hinton; 13 gandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. Services were held at 2 p. m. Sunday, March 17th. at Central Baptist Church, Hinton, with Dr. Alfred W. Gwinn and Pastor Don Hannah officiating. Burial followed in Greenbrier Burial Park, Hinten. Grandsons served as pallbearers. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. JOHN R. LILLY John Raymond Lilly, 84, of Irenten, Ohio, formerly of Hinten, died Friday, March 15, 2002, at Oakmont Manor, Flatwoods, Ky., following a long illness. Born Feb. 11,1918, in Hinton, he was the sonofthe late John Henry and Clara Frances Richmond Lilly. Mr. Lilly liVed the early part of his life in Hinton. He was.a retired machinist for C&O Railroad, was a member of and former officer with the International Association of Machinists and was of the Baptist fai'.' ' " '  ,. , =  He wa also'preceded in death by /btlier, RalphLilly. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Thelma Gulley Lilly; two sons, Randy Lilly and his wife, Gena, of Irenton and Reggie Lilly and his wife, Candace, of Franklin Furnace, Ohio; a daughter, Becky Hodgson and her husband, John, of Ironton; KOUNSE MORGAN' Nelle Kounse Morgan, age 84, of Pence Springs, formerly of Hampton, VA., died Wednesday, March 13, 2002, at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, Fairlea, following a short,illness. Born' May 25, 1917 in Raleigh County, she was the daughter of the late Walter Percy and Rosa Lewis Campbell Kounse. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, John VTdlett and her second husband, Kermit Morgan, two sisters, Lillian Pearl Johnson and Golda E. Walton, and three brothers, Wdliam If. Kounse, Basil D. Kounse, and Kenneth Pat Konnso. Mrs. Morgan was a retired beautician, having retired after 44 years of service. She was a 1935 graduate of Talcott High School, Talcett, WV. Mrs. Morgan was of the Baptist faith and attended the Pence Springs Community Church, Pence Springs, and she enjoyed bowling. Survivors include one brother, George M. Kounse and wife Janet of Pence Springs, many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Sat. March 16th., at 2:00 P.M. at the Pence Springs Community Church, Pence Springs, with the Rev. Roger Persinger officiating. Burial followed in the Haven of Rest Cemetery, Pence Springs. Serving as pallbearers were Dale Hedrick, Steve Hedrick, Alvin Garten, Bob Cales, Bucky Kounse, and Nathan Hedrick. Arrangements by Lobban Funeral Home, Alderson. LENA BELL WILLS Lena Bell Wills, 80, of 103 Shumaker Dr., Ohio, died Tuesday, March 12, 2002 at the Medical College of Ohio, in Toledo, Oh. Born June 30,1921 at Hinton, she was a daughter of the late Oather and Bertha Meadows Wills, and had lived the early part of her life in Hinton. She was a 19 year employee at the Norfolk and Western Railway Dormitory at Bellevue, Oh., and was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church at Jumping Branch, WV. She is sved by two daughters, Mrs. x:e:C0oper and hUsnd Thomaof uffolk, VA. nd"Mrs. Margaret Ruffing and husband James of Bellevue, Oh.; one sister, Gleuna Greene of Ghent, WV, one brother, Edward Wills and wife Virginia of Nimitz; four grandchildren, Charles and Rich Lilly, Douglas Cooper and Sheila a sister, Jerry Lilly of Hinton; six Flanagan. Eleven great grandchildren; and seven great- grandchildren also survive. grandchildren. Funeral services were held Services were held at 11 a. m. Friday, March 12, 2002 at the Foos Monday, March 18th. at Ronald and Sons Funeral Homes in Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel, Bellevue, OH. with Pastor Andrew Hinton, with Pastor D. D. Elwell Winters officiating. Burial followed officiating. Burial followed in in the Bellevue Cemetery. Restwood Memorial Gardens, Arrangements by Foos and Sons Hinton. Funeral Homes of Bellevue, Oh. Arrangements by Ronald Submitted by Ronald Meadows Meadows S Funeral Parlors, Hinton. Funeral Parlors. Where: Peace m the Valley Praise Center State Road 12, Ballard, West Virginia When: Saturday, March 23, 2002 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM What: Gospel Music Hallelujah Square Easter Play "The Way of The Cross" Refreshments will be served Everyone Welcome This is an outdoor program. Admission free. (304) 753-WWJD 1-(877)-698-2957 CoilT00 :00NDY'S SATELLITI [ Call Toll Free 1-888-229-7541 --.,- Tues. March 19, 2002 Hinton News- 3o Leolslative Ns00tes By Delegate Mary R Compton The 2002 Regular Session of the 75th. Legislature has reached its much awaited climax, anticipated by legislators and citizens alike. This has been a very daunting legislative session, with the significant underlying themes of educational development and economic revival. As of Monday, March 11th., the total number of bills introduced in the Legislature was 2,052 and the number of bills passed was 327. Of this number, eight were administrative rules, 30 were Sunset Legislation and 18 were Supplemental Appropriations. According to the Legislative Duplicating Division, approximately 2 million sheets of paper were used to print 250 copies of each bill introduced. Today, I would like to present you with some of the bills that have completed legislative action. I believe these bills rightfully made their way through this complicated legislative process. House Bill 2374 will prohibit all elementary, secondary and post- secondary schools in the state from publicly displaying the social security numbers of students. The bill does not restrict the use of social security numbers for internal registration and recJrd-keeping purposes of the school. This bill will restrict the use of student sociali security numbers for posting or public listing of grades, on class rosters or other lists provided to teachers, on student identiciation cards, in student directories or any other similar listings. House Bill 4017 will create a new Sales Tax Holiday for purchases of back-to-school clothing and school supplies by consumers during a three-day period in August 2002. Among the exemptions are articles of clothing or footwear and school 'supplies stich '&i ibns'/pdiiffs, binders, notebooks, reference books, book bags, lunch boxes, computers, computer accessories and calculators. These items are exempt from taxation if the sales price of the article or school supply is less than $100, the price of a computer or computer accessory is less than $600 ! enrollment, a student would be and provided that the sale takes i obligated to the attendance rules set place during a period be'g at forth for other students and could 12:01 a. m. on th first Friday in August 2002 and ending at 12:00 a. m. on the following Snnday.-This exemption does not apply to any special clothing or footwear designed for athletic activity or protective use and is not usually worn except for during athletic activity; accessories, including jewelry, handbags, luggage, umbrellas, wallets, watches and other similar items; the rental of clothing, footwear or school supplies; furniture; and tangible personal property for use in a trade or business. Senate Bill 247 will increase the salaries for teachers and school service personnel. Teachers are to receive an averageincrease of $1,465. This figure is $265 more than that proposed by Governor Wise in his State-of-the-State on January 9, 2002. All teachers will get $804 and an incremental pay of $36 for each year of service with an additional increment pay. School service personnel will also receive an average of $870, $71 across the beard and an additional $1 a month for each year of service up to 40 years. In addition to the increase in teachers' salaries, Senate Bill 247 calls for the requirement that all counties have pre-kindergarten programs for four-year-olds. According to the House Education Committee Chair, Delegate Jerry Mezzatesta who explained this bill to the full House, four-year-olds would not be required to enroll in not withdraw from the program. In relation to higher education, a bill was passed to ensure no stacking would occur with state financial aid, thus allowing for more students in the state to receive aid. The bill prohibits students from double- dipping  financial aid such as the PROMISE scholarship and the Higher Education Grant. The bill relates only to state-funded aid and includes a provision allowing for students whose family income is less than $30,000 per year to receive more than one form of state-funded aid. Senate Bill 701 authorizes the Department of Natural Resources Director to develop and implement a program to preserve the historical integrity of the town of Cass. This' bill originated because of many factors, some of which include the Legislature's finding that preserving heritage is essential to promoting the education, prosperity and general welfare of West Virginians, that the tewnfCass, in Pocahontas County, is one of the few remaining historical logging towns in the United States; and that the town of Cass is richly endowed with numerous historic buildings, structures and sites, which are representative of the historical and cultural heritage of the state. 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