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6B- Hinton News Wed. Apr. 7, 1982 I S i Bithd P ty . *" --- ..... " Passes State Board en ors r ay ar Henry Low'y of Becldey. Gr- ke, beautifully decorated in the Birthday by every one present, iCormick, and Mrs. Gladys Lilly A neport 'From Congremmn  Bempdlot I I IIII 'l:here is a " cieai of-'West Virginia and across the nation were finding themselves concern in Washington about how to lower the federal de- ficit so that the federal bud- get can be balanced more quickly. As part of the overall" eff- ort to reduce federal spending, I suggest that members of Congress, the President and other high ranking government officials take a few percent pay cut next year. Cutting the pay of congress- men and other high ranking government officials will not balance the budget, but it will demonstrate our commitment to a lower deficit, even at our own expense. Cutting our own pay is the best way I know to show the taxpayers that we are serious about solving America 's economic problems. After all, it is the big spending policies of the Congress that got us into the economic situation we are facing in the first place. For years the philosophy of " tax and spend, tax and spend" dominated Congress at the ex- .pense of the taxpayer. By the time the present Congress took office in January of 1981, the failure of these policies was clear. Interest rates were sky- rocketing. Inflation was at dou- ble- digit levels. Productivity was on the decline. Taxes were higher than ever. Workers in Files worse off as their standard of livieng actually decreased for the third year in a row. Congress responded to this economic crisis last year by adopting an economic recovery program to lay tile foundation for improvements in the quality of life for all of our citizens. A federal budget was passed for the first time in over four ' decades that actually reduced the rate of growth in federal spending. Tax rates for indid- ividuals and businesses were also reduced for the first time since John F. Kennedy's 1963 tax cut. Much more remains to be done before we are safely down the road to economic recovery. This year Congress has many more tough choices to make regarding the federal budget. With concern about the pro- jected deficit mounting, Mem- bers are seeking new places in the federal budget to make cuts. I think one of those places should be our own pay. There must be no double standard placing high ranking government officials in a spec- ial category immune from sp- ending cuts. Before asking the average taxpayer to sacrifice, we must be prepared to sac- rifice ourselves. Cutting our salaries will be a subtle rem- inder to all Members that Con- gress cannot be part of the solution to our economic trou- bles until it admits that it has been part of the problem (The address to contact Con- gressman Benedict is: 1229 Longworth Building, Washing- ton, D. C. ). / Richard P. Baylor Richard P. Baylor filed with the Secretary of State's Off- ice announcing his candidacy for State Senate, for the 10th Senatorial District. Richard P. Baylor is a life long Democ- rat, born in Hinton, Summers County on May 1, 1925 and is a son of the late Lewis Worth Bayior and Birdie McCreery Baylor of Hinton. Educated in the public sch- ools of Sumniers County, att- ended Randolph - Macon Mil- itary Academy, St. Christoph- er's School and graduated from Concord Colge with a Bachelor of Science Degree, West Virginia University wh- ere he earned his Master of Arts Degree, College of Divine Metaphysics with a Doctor of Psychology Degree and The Neotarian College of Philoso- phy of The Neotarian Fellow- ship where he earned his Doe-! tor of Philosophy Degree. A life- long resident of Hin- ton, Richard Prince Baylor is married to Margaret Jacque Clinebell, also of Hinton. They are the parents of one daugh- ter, Jennifer Mc Creery Bay- lot and reside at 318 Ball- engee Street, Hinton, West Vir- ginia. Bayior is a businessman and former school teacher. He is engaged in the wholesale bus- iness, has interests in coal, gas, timber and is a large landi owner. Bsylor served in the World War II and Korean War. Dur- ing World War II Mr. Baylor served as an enlisted man with the U.S. Marine Corps for th- irty - six months, saw action in Europe, and later served in the Pacific Theater. During the, Korean War he was called back on active duty as a Lieuten- ant in the' United States Air Force. Mr. Baylor is a member of the Ascension Episcopal Church, YMCA, Elks Lodge, Moose Ledge, American Leg- :ion, Forty et Eight, Veterans of "Foreign Wars, Phi Delta Pi and Epsilon Delta Chi Fraternities, _ life member of Disabled Am- "ican Veterans and. Marine ".Corps League. He ia a a for- - 2mer member of the West Vir- /inia Democrat Executive Co- : *-fiamittee. Michael Paul Bragg celebrated his 4th birthday Friday March 19. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Bragg of Tug Creek Mountain. Maternal gr- andparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sears of Hinton. Pat- ernal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bragg of Tug Creek Mountain. Michael has one sis- ter, Yubecea, age 6. Little Mires Jamle Lee Edwards daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gr- egory P. Edwards of 288 Main St. celebrated her 2nd birthday March 29 at the home of her parents. Her cake was decorat- ed with Raggedy Ann and Andy theme. Guests included were : Jamie Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Edwards, Brad and Bryan, Adkins and Pam Adk-. ins, Chad Knott and Debbie Blese, Juanita Sims, Kitty Br- agg, Matthew Stoddard, Klm St- oddard, Bubby Stoddard, Mab- el Stoddard, C..E. Edwards, and Elizabeth Edwards. Jamie is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, James Stoddard of Avis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ed- wards of Nimitz. A quick and tasty cake ' frosting can be created if you mix chocolate syrup with prepared whipped topping. !' itenrietta Sue Bragg Henrietta Sue (Lowry) Bragg celebrated successfully passing Ohio's State Board of Nursing examination for registered nur- ses by visiting relatives in Hinton and Beckiey. Henrietta is the daughter of Arleen Rogers of Hinton and andmothers, Glady Taylor and Lola Lowry are both of Hlnton. Henriefta was born and rear- ed in Hinton, married a home- town boy, Kenneth Dale Bragg and moved to Dayton, Ohio. She has two children, Kathy, age 11 and John, age 8. She graduated from Sinclair Community College this past December with an associate degree in nursing. She has now been employed by Good Samar- itan Hospital in Dayton, Olo as a registered muse in their cardiac step - down unit. While awaiting state"boards Henrietta successfully comple- ted an acute care course off- ered by Good Samaritan Hos- pital to obtain special skills such as, drawing arterial blood gases, interpretation of cardiac monitors, and cardiac defibrill- ation. These skills were needed in the cardiac unit Where she will be working. Future plans include further- ing her education and obtaining a bachelor degree in nursing. Athletic Club Dinner Set Fred A. Schaus, Direc- tor of Athletics at West Virginia University, will share the podium with WVU coaches at the up- coming Mountaineer Athle- tic Club dinner at The Gr- eenbrier Hotel in White Sul- phur Springs, West Virginia. Schaus, who coached the Mountaineer basketball team from 1955 to 1960, is in his first year as director of intercollegiate athletics at WVU. A native of Newark, Oh- io, he graduated from WVU in 1949 after lettering three years on the Mountaineer basketball team. He was an honor student, captain of the 1948 and 1949 squ- ads and was elected pres- ident of the student body. tie later earned his mast- er's degree from WVU in 1953. Following graduation Schaus spent five years. playing professional bask- etball before he returned to The Senior Citizens birthday party was held Friday, April 2rid at 2:30 p.m. at the Senior Center in the old YMCA build- ing in Hinton, WV The guests who were having birthdays in the month of April were sea- ted around a table especially decorated and prepared for the occasion. A large birthday ca- Easter motif, covered with Having birthdays were Mr. Pr- white icing and decorated in ince Fleshman, Susie Harris- Easter flowers and bunnies, ton, Wilson Ballard, Mrs. Er- plus candies, was made esp- ,ma Berry, Mrs. Elsie Haysl- ecially for the party by Mrs. ette, Mrs. Cora Lively, Marg- Dessie Cox. A bountiful dinner ..uerite Higgenbotham, Mr. Or- was served by the Nutrition 'ville Young, Mrs Lucille Hop- Program. Each guest present .kins, Mr. Melvin Bennett, Mr. received a small gift and en- 'Hulme Plumley, Mrs. Jewel joyed the singing of Happy Allen, Thomas Pitzer, C. D. Mc Easter Values at Rite Aid MILK CHOCOLATE FLAVORED SOLID RABBIT I It Morgantown as hed bask- ll= etball coach in 1954. He coached the Mountaineers , to a 146 - 37 record and six .Southern Conference titles. During that timetbe Me- f PNUT  h untaineers played in the NCAA tournament on six / occasions and finished se- BUTTER EGGS /I cond in the 1959 national championship. t,  Following his success at came head coach of the LOs Angeles Lakers for seven years. He was named the Lakers' general manager in 1967. Schaus returned to coll- egiate coaching in 1972 as head basketball coach at Purdue. He later became Purdue's as.sociate athletic director in charge of fac- ilities and personnel in 1978. $55.00 tax deductible ti- ckets are still available for the April 9 dinner and may be purchased from area re- presentatives. FCI News Officer. She was promoted to Senior Officer Specialist in July 1968 and to Correctional Co- unselor in 1972. On March 17, 1974, she was promoted to CO- rrectional Programs Officer ( Training Officer) and reassig- ned to the position of Unit Manager in May 1974. Evelyn was honored at the Annual Christmas Dinner Dance held at Pipestem State Park on De- cember 12th and with a coffee. held at the institution on 'De-. cembar llth. Carol Fullen, Unit Clerk, re-, signed her position effective December 12, 1981. Carol ent- 'ered on duty at FCI, Alder- son, on February 1, 1976, as a Clerk Typist and was promoted' to the position of Un it Clerk in March, 1978. Her co - workers had an opportunity to say fare- well to Carol at a coffee held at the institution in her honor on Staff at the Federal Corr- ectional Institution, Alderson, said farewell to three co work- ers at recent functions. Mrs Betty Johnson, Home Economics Teacher, retired from FCI, Alderson, on Dec- ember 12, 1981. She began her Prison Service career on Nov- ember 20, 1961, at Alderson as a .Teacher. In August, 1964, she accepted the position of Social Worker. In 1967 she returned to' the teaching field as Home Economies Instructor. Betty was honored with a dinner at  the Fort Savannah Inn, Lewis- burg, on December 4th and with a Coffee held at the in- stitution on December llth. She also served as " Warden for a 'Day" on December llth. ' Mrs. Evelyn F. Cary, Unit Manager, will retire on Dec- ember 23, 1981. She began her Prison Service career on June 19,. 1961, as a Correctional December 11th. Awarded Grant Noted Shakespeare scholar,. Dr. William French, ameelate professor tn the English Dep- artment at W.V.U., has requ- ested and been awarded a grant by the Humanities Foundation of W. Vs. , to " gather, edit, annotate, introduce and gener- ally prepare for publication, Maryat Le's Appalachian pl 7 ays." He will be working with Eco- Theater plays, John Henry, Ole Miz Dacey, Four Men & a Monster, The Hinton Play, One Man, and Mountain Oedi- pus, and also prepare a coll- ection of her other plays which include: The Chrlstmas Play, DOPE (published in Best Short Plays, IN| - 53) The Class. room, Day to Day, (Published by Samuel French), After the Fashinashow, Luba, Roger Wi- lliams, Kairos, Meat Hansom, Opal, Tightrope Walker, Love in a 57th Street Gallery, and Fue. Very recently, a paper wri- tten by Dr. French, with the tltle: " Maryat Lee's EcoTh- eater: An Indigenous Ameri- can Theatre", March 18 - 20, 1982 was presented at the Sixth Annual Conference on Comp- arative Drama by the Class- ics Department of the Univer- sity of Florida at Gainesville, Florida. Easter Cards ; Rite-Aid Offers A Complete Selection For All Your Eas Needs CHICK-CHICK EASTER EGG DYE KIT Mr. Hulme Plumley, who was 92 years old and Mrs. Susie Harriston, who was 87 years old, were the oldest guests and . were given gifts. The door prize was awarded to Mary Avis J Connor who held the lucky number. MARY SUE PECAN EGG H. SCHOLL'S EXERCISE SANDALS AS4iOIfflO COtOSS g SlZrC li I 7 179900 STAYFREE MAXl PADS 39 6 OZ. EGG CHOCOLATE FLAVORED EASTER PKG. 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