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6--Hinton N ewsThurs. Apr. 3,1980 Pipestem Park E, o rheater News D.N.R. News" i Activities With all rooms and cottages already reserved, Easter act- ivities at Pipes/era State Park beginning Thursday, April 3 and continuing through Sunday are expected to attract several thousand visitors. The Easter program begins Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Cardinal Room when Wayne Lilly, park naturalist, presents a color slide show entitled "Nature at Pipestem". Friday's program includes a photographic clinic from 10:30 am. until noon at the Nate Center: Geology River. Hike from 3 to 5 p.m., and a feature movie in the Cardinal Room at 9p.m. Saturday there will be a nature hike starting at 10 a.m., and from I to 4 p.m,, there will be a children's party I age 12 and under} and egg, coloring contest, There will also be games and a movie• Prizes will be awarded. At 5:30 p.m. there will be a nature slide show in Cardinal Room. All these events are free and the public is invited. Joe McClure, "The Wonder Man of Magic" will present a show at 9 p.m. Saturday in the Cardinal Room. There will be a small admission for this ev- ent. Sunday at 7 p.m in the am- phitheatre, Reverend Thomson Johnston, pastor of Hinton First Presbyterian Church will conduct a Sunrise service. Mus- ic will be furnished by the Sounds of Conviction. Pipestem Park's Annual Eas- ter Egg Hunt for children under 12 will be held at I p.m. Pri- zes will be awarded. An egg tossing contest will start at 2:30 p.m. Persons of all ages are invited to compete. Seeking Nominations For Award  . The nominating committee of i :-" the West Virginia Health Sy- ' " stem Agency, Inc. (WV HSA) is • / seeking nominations for the :  annual Anise Floyd Memorial Award for Voluntary Services in Improving the Health of the Citizens of West Virginia. The • WV HSA board of directors , -, established this prestigious aw- ", ard in June 1978, to honor Mrs. :i .. Floyd, who devoted her life to "" improving health care services in the state and the nation. The award is not for those :   whose everyday work requires : y. contributions to improving he- .'.  alth, but for those who have given of their time, efforts, and - talents on a volunteer basis over a period of years. The committee is especially looking for people who have helped improve health conditions for • .. the poor and underprivileged  : by working to change and im- prove the established system through the use of reason and good will. Special consideration will be given to those who have not received honors or recog- nition for their volunteer work in the past. A plaque representing the • . Anise Floyd Memorial Award is on permanent display at the West Virginia Institute of Te- chnoloogy School of Nursing in Montgomery, WV, where a sch- olarship has been established in Mrs. Floyd's name. The recip- ient will receive a similar pla- que. This year's presentation will be the second annual award• The first award, presented in June 1979, was given to Exter Bumpers of Northfork, WV, a retired coal miner who helped to established a primary care center in McDowell county" He is now president of the beard of directors of Tri- District Com- munity Health Services, Inc., which operates the clinic. All nominations should be sent to W. Murray Smith, Ch- arleston, WV HSA Nominating Committee, Suite 212 Morrison Building, 815 Quarrier Street, Charleston, WV 25301. The deadline for nominations is April 16. The award will be presented at the WV HSA ann- ual meeting on June 21, 1980, in Charleston. More information on the aw- ard and the process for sub- mitting nominations may be obtained at the WV HSA off- ice in Charleston• Awarded Contract The BFGoodrich Company has been awarded a $4.9 million contract to supply life rafts to the U. S Navy. The rafts will be manufactured by the Com- pany's Transportation Prod- ucts Division facility in Union, W. VA. Under the terms of the base contract. Goodrich will supply the Navy with 1,416 of its Mark VI life rafts, with an option for additional rafts in the future• Delivery is scheduled to begin m the second half of 1980 and run through mid-1981 The Mark VI is a 25-person raft which is stored in a rigid, weatherproof container. When deployed, it is inflated by two high-pressure air cylinders to form a raft measuring 21 feet long by 9 feet wide. Each raft carries a survival kit and is covered by a bright orange- colored canopy. Flotation is pro- vided by two rubber tubes that form the sides of the raR. Either of the tubes is sufficient to float the fully-loaded raft, which can be inflated in appro- ximately 30 seconds. The Mark VI was developed to U.S. Navy specifications in 1974. It has been in continu- ous production for the past five years to meet the Navy's re- quirements for survival equip- ment. Livestock Market Alderson Livestock Market Cows: Commercial, 45.00- 47. Report of livestock auction: 00: Utility, 42.00- 44.50; Can- sale held Friday March 28, 1980 amounting to $34,398.74. 150 • head of livestock was sold by 18 different consignors and 32 buy- ers. Steer Calves: Good, 81.00. .85;00: Medium. 74.00- 78•00. Bull Calves: 65.00- 83.00. Baby Calves: 95.00- 170.00. ner& Cutter, 37.00- 40.00. Heifer Calves: Good, 68.00- 73.00; Medium, 53.00- 63.00. Veal Calves: Good, 70.00- 75.00; Medium, 64.00- 69.00; Common, 55.o0- 62.95. Sheep & Lambs: Blue, ungr- aded, 69.50. Goats, 29•0@ 21.00. A unique weekend is planned by EcoTheater on April Ii- 13 when work-study students from various colleges in West Vir- ginia, and others interested in finding out about EcoTheater will gather with staff members and a few veteran EcoTheater company members at the Wo- man's Farm, to take part in an various theater exercises and tasks designed to reproduce in miniature what the summer EcoTheater experience is ab- out. Loading and unloading the haywagon stage, improvisat- ions, theater "games", group singing, plus orientation to this innovative theater, plus picnics and a cookout, are part of the activities planned, as well as interviews of those interested in jobs, or as volunteers this summer. Participants from stant po-' ints interested in the weekend will be billeted at the Farm, and are advised to bring their sleeping bags or equivalent, There is a charge of $I0 to cover meals for the weekend, and this. must be received at the EL-o- A new spring gobbler record Theater office no later than harvest is a distinct possibil- April 9. Phone 466- 4592 or write Ec' Theater Rt. 1, Box 189, Hinton, WV• 25951. Call Number If You Need Help Some workers are bilingual and will be able to help call- ers who speak or read little or no English. Also, the number is to be used by persons who want to have a census questionnaire in Spanish sent to them. Number to call: 1-800-642-9280 Dates: March 28 to Aprill 11 Hours: 3:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Monday tlxough Friday. Did you notice the telephone number below your address on your 198o census questionnaire 9 Tony Misiti, Manager of the local census office, says you may call the number if you need help in filling out your questionnaire. Your call will be answered by one of a team of trained census workers. years. Nimrods are urged to try ity during the upcoming April southern, central and western • 28-May 17 season, according to counties that showed increased Department of Natural Resou. harvest in 1979. Some of these rces game biologist, James C.. counties are Preston, Barbour, Pack: Braxton, Clay, Upshur, Mer- "This year for the first time spring gobbler hunters will be permitted to bag two bearded turkeys due to a new regul- ation established by DNR Com- missioners," said Pack. "How- ever, ff a hunter chooses to kill two birds in the spring, he may not harvest a turkey during the fall. Only one turkey per day will be allowed." Pack contin- ued, "This new limit coupled with good winter survival sh- ould produce an excellent sp- ring gobbler season•" There has been a large increase of turkey observations in those areas stocked during recent eer, McDowell, Summers, Doddridge, Gilmer, Ritchie and Jackson. Spring gobbler hunt- ers are reminded that turkeys in West Virginia. become more wary during the spring and the successful hunters will be those who exhibit the most skill and persistence. Mobile Wildlife Exhibit Available for 1980 Season The Department of NaturaI Resources' mobile wildlife ex- hibit is now available for sch- eduling by interested organiz- ations during the 1980 season, I.R,S. Update Acquired A rare historical document 1040A or have the IRS com. pute their tax bill. They must file a Form 1040 and the am- ount of estimated tax paid with the Form 4868 should be en- tered on the appropriate line of the FOrm 1040. Additional extensions are gr- anted only under unusual cir- cumstances, according to the IRS. Taxpayers can apply for such extensions by letter or by filling out Form 2688, an App- lication for Extension of Time "If the amount of tax paid .:to File U.S. Individual Income " Tax Return. The statement must include the reasons why the additional extension is nec- essary. The IRS cautioned taxpayers to file requests for additional extensions early enough to be able to file their return on time if the request is rejected. Taxpayers who need extra time to file their federal in- come tax returns may request an automatic two-month ext- ension from the Internal Rev- enue Service. "Form 4868, an Application for Automatic Extension of Time to file U.S. Individual Ineoem Tax Return, must be filed to receive the extension, " said IRS spokesman Los Wit- mer. "The taxpayer must com- pute the tax expected to be owed for 1979, subtract any prepayments of tax from with- holdings or estimated tax pay- ments, and pay any balance. This must be sent with Form 4868 to the IRS on or before the normal filing date." Taxpayers who receive the extension cannot use the Form with the Form 4868 does not cover the taxpayer's total lia- bility," added Witmer, " the taxpayer is required to pay interest on the remaining tax due. Further, if the unpaid tax is over 10 percent of the total tax bill, the taxapyer may be penalized." A LIFESAVER FOR THE AMERICAN FAMILY The Department of Natural Resources' division of forestry in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service is sponsoring sawmill maintenance and trou- bleshooting workshops in Bec- kley, Buckhannon and King- has wealhered dramatic changes. wood April 15-17, ib ann- Most recently, however, the big- " ounced today by jtat:i!: For- "goat threat Io Ihe American faro- ester, Asher W. K[iy di' ily comes from the central arm of By Rep. Roberl E, Bauman fR-MdJ, Chairman, Amerk'an Consort,alive Union WASHINGTON, D.C.--"When home ties are loosened," said Teddy Rooseveh in 1906, "then evil days for the commonwealth are al hand." In the 74 years since then, the American family Similarly, the bill sets up the mechanism for a lax-deferred par- cntal support accounl, similar to a retirement accounl, for the old- age support of parents• And it provides for a similar retirement account, at $1500 per year's tax- free contribution, for nonworking spouses. Rare Document that sheds new light on West Virginia's history has been acq- uired by the West Virginia Un iversity Library. The document, a record book of the New England Land Co- mpany, relates the history of a 100,000-acre region of the Buck- hannon River Basin--now. Up- shur and Randolph counties-- from 1799 to 1846. George Parkinson, curator of the West Virginia and Regional History Collection, said the 162- page text will be available to historians, genealogists and other interested persons. "This new acquisition is n historical treasure that will 'Contribute immeasurably to our understanding of the state 's past," Dr. Patkinson obs- erved. He said the volume lists head Among subjects to be dis- cussed are: review of mill alignment procedures, handl- ing and adjusting the saw, saw filing techniques and winter sawing problems• All mill owners, sawyers and maintenance personnel are in- vited to attend these work- shops. Kelly said the workshop instructor will be Mr. George Brown, who has 45 years of experience in sawmill operat- ion. Workshop locations and times will be as follows: Ap- ril 15, 1980---9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.-- Division of Forestry off- ice, Route 16 S., Beckley; 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.-- Chessie Re- sources Mill. April 16, 1980-- 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. -- Tri- County Vocational Technical Sc- hool, Buckhannon; 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.-- Woody Lumber Co- mpany Mill. April 17,' 1980-- l:00p.m, to 3:30 p.m.-- Preston County Vocational Technical Center, Kingwood; 4:00 p.mto 6:30 p.m.-- E.C. Grim Lumb- er Company• For more information, con- tact Edward Murriner, Forest Products Utilization Forester, by calling 348- 2788. Plans To Purchase Stock the commonwcahh itself--lhe fed- eral bureaucracy. I have cosponsored a bill that will restore families' control over their own lives--the Family Pro- tcction Act, H.R. 6028. With close to 40 provisions, fully 17 of those are devoted to getting the federal government out of the education of.young Americans. On the threat of cutting off federal funds, it would allow parents to visit any public classroom to see for them- selves their children's education; it would allow parents and commun- ities to review textbooks prior to their use in schools, as well as prohibit the ridiculous censorship of textbooks that currently for- bids "Founding Fathers," "chair- man," and a host of other words from appearing on allegedly "sex- /st" grounds. The bill would give back to the states the power to de- cide policy such as teacher certifi- cation and attendance require- ments, and. in doing so make the schools more responsiv¢, to tax- payers. The bill is a true tax boon to American families. It proposes a $2500 tax deduction for the educa- tion-public or private, elemen- tary or university--of each child. The legislation abolishes the so- called "marriage tax" which cur- rently forces two married workers to pay more taxes than two sin- gles• It stops the payment of food stamps to those voluntarily unem- ployed, such as students. And in S, major recognition of the ex- tended family, the bill allows a $1000 tax dedoction---or a $250 Ashland Oil, Inc. announced today that it plans to purch- ase from time to time up to 350,000 shares of its Cumulat- ive Preferred Stock, $4.50 Ser- ies of 1980. The shares will be purchased in the open marke or in privately negotiated tr- ansactions with the holders of blocks of the preferred stock. S & S Gifts (formerly Ann' s Restaurant) Located 7 miles East of Hinton on at Hilldale of families in the land tr- act, describing people as " natives", "mongrels" and "full-blooded Yankeys." According to Parkinson, the book reveals the singular att- titudes of New England spec- ulators in their management of Company affairs• For instance, in its efforts to meet the religious and educa- tional needs of New England settlers--as opposed to other ba- sin residents under company jurisdiction-- it was claimed that the "natives are very desirous that the company... should make settlement as they highly'esteem the Yankeys and say that one Yankey will do as much work as four of them- selves." Rep. Bauman The American Conservative Un- ion and many members of Con. gross have long recognized that it's high time for Washington to en- courage-not discourage--the ex- istence of an atmosphere where the mosl precious resource our na. {ion possesses can thrive. The fed- eral government, through years of encroachment and meddling, has usurped far too many of the fare- :fly's perogatives. The Family Pro- tcction Act will restore these rights and responsibilities to their right. ful place--the home and the com- munity'. At a time when economic and social pressures beset this Rt, 3 III I II Announces NEW SHOP HOURS effective March 30 Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Large Selection @ House Plants Outstanding students enroll- ed in higher education in West Virginia. and surrounding states are invited to a special graduate and professional day on April 26 at West Virginia University. "You and Your Future: Life after4he Bachelor's  Degree" is the title of the program sp- • onsored by the WVU Graduate l. According to Nancy Ram- soy of the Graduate School, students will be recognized for their achievements and encour- aged to consider graduate or according to Bob! life resources di Miles pointed o Bh hibit is availableIph fairs, festivals andre : functions from Mun through Octobdegul charge, him Scheduled outine H upon request datesth, of conflict, priori! Ch: upon projected atria. [ Fourteen speciebitte small birds and ere exhibited in the e ha wildlife managem,s ol ual programs• nia Patrons must pillion ricity and appropleg Requests shouldlate early as possible te cn ion RepresentativeJn el¢ eek Game farm, bnve erich Creek, West thq 218.  a H' ;i° ntir NotN laarl, Summer March Dismissed: Augustus Bennett, I aham, Jo Ann Adkins, all of Legg, Pipestem; lmer, Pence Cutlip, Lula Alderson; Frank Cox, beth of Admitted: Virginia Smith, James ows, Glenna Meadows, Betty Hinton; Bridge; Ada Sherri Man and Lawrence Students Invited Financing gradU iT: fessional education tns in Morgantown uth, Visitors will mee'-, ulty for informal qO s answer sessions a es, uate programs at 1 professional education. Participants will meet with representatives of graduate and professional programs• • .Bill Nugent, WVU vice- pre- sident for academic affairs, will welcome visitors at a 11 a.m. brunch in the Mountain- lair Blue Ballroom. Woodburn Hall• . r Afte¢ a performance by the For more inform#.. WVU Graduate String Quart- raduate School, W el, Ray Koppelman, vice- pre: University, Morgaff 26506. ! sident for energy studies, gr- aduate progams and research, will discuss "Deciding on Gr- aduate or Professional School Seminar According to ASHA, the 35, 500- member non-profit society of speech- language patholog- ists and audiologists, many people with communicative dis- ordes suffer needlessly because they don't know where to turn for help. Nationally, over $I. 75 billion in earnings are lost each year due to communicative disorders. Professional help is avail- able. For information, write the West Virginia Speech and West Virginia University's College of Engineering will conduct a seminar on ware- housing operations April 16- 17 at Lakeview Inn. Instructor will be Michael Pregmon Jr., director of dis- tribution for Citrus Central, Inc. The seminar will focus on solutions to everyday ware- house problems including man- agement, profitable techniques and warehouse improvement. Hearing Aociation, Box 3699, Cost will be $395 payable at Charleston, West Virginia. their families• the opening session. For more information and registration " " .... . .- - " .... materials, contact James O. Denny tII, Seminar Adminls- tax credit--for each person over vania 'Avenue, S•E., Suite 400, Insurance Information Instil- 63 living in a household. , Washington, D.C. 20003.) Ute. most basic cultur/,I building block, trlttor, 147 College of Engin- ACU and i intend to strengthen coring, West Virginia Univer-. it by giving American families the sity, Morgantown, WV 26506. support they deserve. A'/ Teddy Roosevelt so accurately pointed out, the well-being of the Republic Fire In U.8. depends on it, EVer W II aecond8 a fire (The American Conservative ' breaks out somewhere in the Union is located at 316 PennTI- "UnRed ltes, according to the CITY OF HINTON CLEAN UP WEEK _ New Hd'eken e. " ? • The Veterans Ad r. Regional Office in ,d Pel has a new home! Dilkl M. Tiano (Tee-ano) has visi that the VA is now ting in the new Federal,  ilding in downtown .M. The address of tld Mr ation is 640 4th Av in G ington, W. Va. 257ut.i,...t numbers are unch vr. al 5720 for business pucela Huntington area irlB 344. 3531 for Charlnmie information, and [[. for state-wide infor .r. at The VA RegionaI[Irtea Huntington is prou¢ and our State's 235,000 ve L, h0m Pepsi's Got PUT YOUR TRASH. except dally household trash and garbage - at the curb or ia yourdriveway on the day designated below for your area. ( • PLEASE NOTE. that City employees will NOT go into basements or other indoor locations to make collections, nor will they shovel up any refuse. Trash must be In neat piles or in containers. HAVE YOUR TRASH READY early on the day specified for your area. Only one day will be allocated for each area according to schodule. HELP YOUR NEIGHBORS when you can, especially the eMerly or 111. Any organization or group eliot'is to clean up alleys, roud$1des or Weant lois will .be appreciated. ..  .... CLEAN UP SCHEDULE City Limits West E H tn 12th Avenue 12th Ave#ue to 4th Avenue - . lib Arm0 tO n•:gvorh.d.00r00e. "All of Avis" • Ai[of Oei!=epoint 4/21/00 MONDAY 4/22180 TU[SDAY 412S/i0 W.NtS[OAY - 4/24/60 THURSDAY ' 4/25/00 FRIDAY Lot To Give bottled by • Pepsi-C0ta. Inc,  . : , o| Alderson, W. Vo. "under aut hor|ty of Isico, N. Y r