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Reflections of Area Sports BASKETBALL TOURNEY The "Brothers United Community Society, Inc." will be holding a fund raising basketball tourney. All proceeds go to the B.U.C.S. youth recreation fund. Place: Perry Memorial Gym (downtown Hinton) Date: April 8-9 ( Sat - Sun ) Time: starts 9:00 am each day Highway News Gen. Adm.: $4.00 all day Age groups contending-- boys 16- under. Concession stand will be open. Teams included: Blacksburg, VA.; Fayette Co.; Salem VA.; Bluefield; . Monroe Co.; Shady Spring. Come one come all, it's Spring Basketball. To Play In Scott Brown Memorial All--Star Game AMANDA WILLIAMS The Summers County Lady Bobcats are proud to announce that Amanda Williams has been chosen to play in the Scott Brown Memorial All--Star game. Williams, a First Team All State selection has signed with Bluefield College to continue her basketball career and was instrumental in the Lady Bobcats capturing the 2000 "A A" State Championship. The statewide All Star game will be held at .the Raleigh Co. Armory on April 8 at 6:00 p. m. Summers County head coach Wayne Ryan has been selected to coach the AA/A All Star team in this contest. W. VA. Dept. of Transportation, Division of Highways, District Nine Lewisburg. Week of April 3th. thru 7th. MONROE COUNTY: Shoulder Stabilization (CR-23/5) Back Creek Rd.; (CR-25) Assurance Rd. Patching (various routes). Brush Control (CR- 219/4) Charles Booth Rd. Improve Shoulders & Ditches (CR-25) Assurace Rd. (CR-23/5) Back Creek Rd. Other maintenance projects that should not delay traffic. . SUMMERS COUNTY: Steel Piling Project (CR-3/21) Madams Creek Rd.; Brush Control (WV-3) Lowell to Co. Line; Resurfacing & Widening (WV-107) Bellepoint Rd. Culvert Installation (CR-3/55) Main St.-Talcott. Patching (Various Routes). Bridge Replacement (CR- 12/2) Martha's Chapel Rd. Roadway Widening (CR-3/52) Roy Keaton Rd. Other maintenance projects that should not delay traffic. All scheduled maintenance work is contingent upon favorable weather conditions. BRITNEY SPEARS .Britney Spears with special guests LFO and Bosson will be in concert on Saturday, April 8th at 7:30 PM at the Coliseum of the Charleston Civic Center. Ticket prices are: $37.50 and $27.50. $1 surcharge added to each ticket at Civic Center Box Office. All seats reserved. " State Fair Announces 2000 Scholarship Opportunities AIDS Quilt On Show Scholarship Fund. Display Equine ScholarshiPs are On April 12 and 13, the AIDS quilt will be displayed at Concord College. The viewing of the quilt will be from 8 am to 10 pmboth days in the State Room of the campus College Center. There will also be a reception on April 12 at 6:00 pm in the State Room where there will be a guest speaker giving general information about AIDS awareness. Refreshments will be' served and anyone is welcome to attend. If you have any further questions you may contact Angle Slack at 384- 5581 or Kendra Evans at 384-5502. (These are the students in charge of this project). NOTICE CLASS REUNION The 1980 graduating class of Hinton High School is planning to hold its 20th year reunion in August, 2000. Any help with addresses or information of the following classmates would be appreciated. Debra Bolton, Steve Hudson, Raymond Nutter, Ellis Vest, Diana Richardson, Teresa June Humphries, Kayetta Cannon, Verla, Adkins, Sonjay Agarwal, Vinay . Sharma, Mike Adams or Cathy Adams. Please contact: Mary Beth Merritt at 466-4052 or Donna Helms For ticket purchase-call C OLLE GE HONOR Ticketmaster Charleston Area (304) S/'tfT]rlV qpf 342-5757 or Huntington Area (304) at 4R-3564 Re=Eleet JAMES . "Wootie" BEASLEY Summers County Magistrate Democrat Magistrate Certification By: American Academy of Judicial Education and West Virginia State Supreme Court of Appeals Since October 1991 Pol. ad paid by James E. "Wootie" Beasley WHAT WE BELIEVE at Riverview Chapel SOME POINTS TO PONDER: The Concord College Chapter of the Alpha Chi National Collegiate Honor Society will induct 23 Concord students in a formal ceremony at 7:00 p. m. on April 19, 2000'. The induction ceremony will be held in the State Room on the 2nd floor of the College Center. To be eligible for this honor, students had to meet the requirements of a 3.5 grade point average, exemplify personal character and scholarship, and receive nomination for membership from the Concord College faculty. "I have been associated with Alpha Chi since 1985," stated Dr. Stephen Rowe, academic sponsor for Alpha Chi, "I like Alpha Chi," continued Rowe, "because they have the financial means to do things that other organizations only talk about. Funds for student activities come from student dues and from the national organization. Alpha Chi provides scholarships that both undergraduat and graduate students can compete for. Moreover, Alpha Chi will pay expenses for a student and their sponsor to attend their national conference. The honor society is required by the national organization to sponsor one 'scholarly' event on campus for the academic year. Some of the events Alpha Chi has sponsored in the past include speaker forums and academic discussions that are pertinent and relevant to students.  Local students to be inducted will be: Teressa D. Katz, Pipestem. Concord College was granted a chapter of Alpha Chi in 1969. This spring 2000 class of inductees marks the 30th anniversary of Concord's Beta chapter of the honor society. In the 30 years that Concord has made this honor available, over 500 of the college's students have been inducted. For information about attending Concord College, please call 1-888- 384-5249 or 1-304-384-5248. SUMMERS COUNTY RESIDENTS If you are or know someone who is fighting cancer, the Summers County Unit of the American Cancer Society would like you to know that we offer help to cancer patients and their families. You may even be eligible for funds that will help cover your transportation to and from treatments and we may be able to help pay for pain medication and liquid food supplements. To find out moi'e about our patient services call 1-800-288-3618 or 252- 4361 ask for Alice. Tues. April 4, 2000 Hinton News - 5 If there is to be any peace, it will come through being, not hay- ing. --Henry Miller THREE "COMES" FOR A SUCCESSFUL LIFE: 1. COME.. Matthew 11:28: "Come unto ME, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Also Isaiah 1 .:18: "Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow, though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool." This Is the WELCOME of Godl John 1:12 "But as many as received Him, to them He gave the power to BECOME the sons of God, even to them that believe on His name." Also in I John 3:1 "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed on us, that we should be celled the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew Him not." This is the WITNESS of Godl I John 5:4 "For whosoever, is born of God OVERCoMETH the world: and this is the victory that OVERCoMETH the world, even ou;" faith." And again in I John 2:14:"1 have written unto you, young men, because ye ere strong, and the word of God abideth in you, and ye have OVERCOME the wicked one." Also In Revelation 2:7 "To him that OVERCoMETH will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God." This Is the WEALTH of God! RIVERVIEW CHAPEL: 16th & Temple, Hinton, W. V. For for further help call 468-0950 or 466-5423. For free Bible Course call 466- 5423. The State Fair of West Virginia, The in association with corporate, civic, and individual contributors, will TRADING POST offer scholarships to qualified participants. Financial awards are available for the following ItlaJ categories: I BI If You're Looking For It We May Have StateFair Junior 00ves00k Show I k WEEKLY SPEC,ALS Scholarships" are available to qualified participants from a I'I  CheckU$Out v I llJw', p' previous State Fair Junior Livestock Show who are attending college or 1  409 211d, Ave, Ph:466-0432 who are planning to enroll in the Fall of 2000. These awards are i fl derived from funds accumulated! PaiaPmAw through the 4-H and FFA Junior : ::ii+iii+ii++++iiii++iiii+i+iiiiiii::i::i++ ......................... *i::i::iii:i+:ii+iii+i+iiiiiiiiiil}i+i+iiii+i!i!ii+++i SUPPORT BRUCE H. ::::!:!::i .!@ ::!:::!i!!i available for youth who are qualified participants from the State Fair's open Horse Show. Scholarships are for one-year and applicants must be eligible for college admission in the same year in which they apply, or they must be currently enrolled in post-secondary education. Fifty percent of the funds raised in the Equine " Scholarship and Promotional Fund are used for the scholarships. 4-H and FFA Youth Exhibit Scholarships are available for youth with non-animal projects who have exhibited in the 4-H and FFA youth building at the State Fair. Junior Dairy Show Scholarships are available to qualified participants from a previous State Fair Junior Dairy Show who are attending college or who are planning to enroll during the Fall of 2000. Scholarships are presented annually and are derived from funds accumulated from the sale of donations of milk by dairy exhibitors at the state Fair. All scholarship applications must be received by May 15, 2000. To receive a scholarship application, .call (304) 645-1090, email wvstatefair@wvstatefair.com, or write State Fair of WV, P.O. Drawer 986, Lewisburg, WV 24901. Please specify the scholarship for which you are applying. HOYLE FOR SHERIFF AND YOU WILL GET RESULTS/ Honest Dedicated Enforcement of the Law v, Increased Day and Night Patrols v, Quicker Response To Calls By Citizens =, Fair and Equal Service To All v, Safer, More Secure Communities v, My Door Will Always Be Open To Serve You Pol. Ad. Paid By Bruce Hoyie Paid Political Advertising I:Ze" j ]iron Pol. Ad Paid By Committee to Re-Elect Judge Irene, Shene Ashley, Treasurer. This is the fourth in a series of columns that I've published in THE HINTON NEWS to discuss my candidacy for Prosecuting Attorney. What is the job of prosecuting attorney? I believe the job can be outlined as follows: - a prosecutor represents the interests of the citizens in decisions as to the charging, prosecution and resolution of criminal matters. Since a prosecutor has wide discretion in such matters, the quality of the person in that job is critical to effective law enforcement; - to build respect for the prosecutor's office and use public resources efficiently, a prosecutor must be able and willing to effectively bring criminal cases to trial using the "in-house" attorneys and staff of the prosecutor's office, and without the assistance of special prosecutors; These are the kinds of issues I will actively and energetically address as your new Prosecuting Attorney. I can get the job done. I have a record of nearly 30 years of proven, effective service to Summers County and West Virginia in a variety of roles, including educator, state legislator, public administrator, Viet-Nam veteran/W.Va. National Guard officer, and attorney practicing in state and federal trial and appellate courts. I also have experience as a City Police Judge and as a hearing examiner conducting administrative hearings for state agencies. With those qualifications and experience, I am confident that I can work with the current staff, of the prosecutor's office to give Summers County a Prosecuting Attorney it can be proud of and have confidence in. With your vote and your support, I can go to work for you as Prosecuting Attorney of Summers County. - a prosecuting attorney provides legal assistance as requested toother county offices and agencies in the area of administrative law. If those offices/agencies have confidence in the prosecutor, the outside counsel fees they pay may be reduced; and, Jim McNeely Your mm-Rool=, Door-To-Door, Cndldm for Promulln! AHomey If you have any questions, or want more information about me or my candidacy for Prosecuting Attorney, you can either contact me as I campaign door-to-door through the county by car, foot and bicycle, or write or call me at: - a modern prosecutor works with and in the community on issues such as crime prevention, drug abuse, victim's rights, domestic violence, and child welfare, participating as appropriate in committees, task forces, and schOol or civic activities. James W. "Jim" McNeely Greenville School Road P.O. Box 40 Grsenvllle, WV 24945 Phone (304) 832-6319 Fax: (304) 832-6329 James W. "Jim" McNEELY - competent, effective fair: a new choice... ..your best choice, for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Pol. ad paid for by James W. "Jim" McNeely ': ...... . ,.., T1, ,, .... , .