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.2--Hinton News Th&apos;urs. April 26, 1979 N !: INTON NEWS Published Tuesdays and Thursdays By the Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Ave. Hinton, W.Va. 25951 Bob Front, Co-Publisher Jane Front, Co-Publisher Richard Mann, Ector USPS 246-180 , By Carrier 15 Cents Daily Subscriptions: By Mail $10.00 per year U.s. Postal regulations require payment in advance. ,,, Second class postage paid at Hinton, W. Va.j _.' ....... . 7=_ %. • - .By Bill Dressier Exciting things have happen- ed to people over the years, and :they distinctly remember every 3ittle detail of the incident. : During the late thirties, my :wife, our daughter, Kloris, and I were staying at my mother- in- aw's home on Eleventh Avenue in Hinton, while she was a atient in the Hinton Hospital. It as summer, and we had finish- ed our evening meal. My wife moved form the window. What had caused this accid- ent was that more accidents and excitements were happening in another part of the city. Three men had robbed a business place in Beckley, W. Va. and all the officers-of-the-law in Hinton were attempting to stop the robbers at the Hinton Toll Brid- ge, but their car broke through the blockade. The robber's car ,vas in the kitchen washing sped onto Temple Street toward dishes, and I was lying on the Second Avenue and crashed into bed in the adjoinihg TOOn S' ,;,;at were parked ing a lullaby to our daughter, front of Cox's Stere• They jump Suddeniy, the windows in the ed from their car and ran out ibedroom crashed with an ex- plosive sound, and the plaster :came falling from the walls and !ceiling. The house was shaking, iand the first thing that came to iny mind was that the world was icoming to an end. My wife was i£arrying a dishpan of water • across the kitchen when the icrash occurred, and dropped i the dishpan of water. She came i screaming out of the kitchen, :"Oh, It's an earthquaket" I picked up our daughter from the bed and started struggling i through the broken glass and plaster toward the front door. My wife held Kloris while I was :attempting to force open the • front door that had been jam- :reed• The door opened, and my 'wife, Kloris, and I came out on :the front porch. There in front of :the house stood a crowd of :people, and still being in shock, : shouted to the crowd, "Help ! :Help! My wife and baby are Mead!" My wife shouted, "We "re not deadl Here we aret " iThe people began to laugh and imy wife looked to her left and Said, "Oh! A car has hit the 'corner of the house"f She ex- plained later when she first came out on the front porch, she was expecting to see a large hole in the ground where the earthquake had made. Mr. Sower's car had drifed from the parking plac eon Temple Street and ran down Eleventh Avenue, hitting the corner of the house. The car would have crashed through the window of the bed- room if it hadn't hit a tree istump in the yard above the ouse. We had rearranged the bedroom furniture a week be- fore, and the bed had been Temple Street toward Third Avenue, brandishing their guns. One police officer shouted to a lady, "Stop that m an!" She threw her hands up in front of one of the robber's face, and when she saw the pistol in his hand, she fainted and fell to the sidewalk. The clerks in the Kroger Store ( where Davis Department Store is today) saw the robbers running out the street, and they hid under the tables in the store. The police- men finally caught two of the robbers, and the third robber, who hadn't been captured, stay- ed at the Y M C A in Hin- ton for three days. He became so tired loafing that he went to the police station and gave himself up to the officers. One robber said later that he was lying along Summers Strret, infront of the police station, and the police came so close to him that they nearly stepped on his fingers. It was dark during all of this excitement, and the officers had a difficult time capturing the robbers. Now the driver of the Sow- er's car bad seen the robber's car run into the parked cars in front of Cox's Store, and he drove the car out Temple Street to Eleventh Avenue to tell the folks about the excitement. He evidently left the gears of the ear in neutral, also failing to put on the emergency brake. The car drifted across Temple St- reet and down Eleventh Avenue, crashing into the cor- ner of the Harford Home. This excitement sure did scare the daylights out of us. Some think placing hone chestnuts in the water will stupefy the fish. Mayor BillHumphreys (left)and Chief of Police far. $70.00 in pennies will buy the meat and Kenneth Wills (right)are counting pennies for a others will bring covered- dishes. This is the Senior Citizens Dinner to be held April 29. These sixth dinner they have held in the last 2 years. pennies were collected from employees from Photo by Sally Hayslette. time to time. They have 79 people signed up so Receives Recognition As an accredited hospital, Summers County Hospital has received special recognition from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals in observance of National Hospital Week, May 6- 12, 1979. In an open letter of commendation, John E. Affeldt, M.D., Pres- ident of the Joint Commission, stated: "The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals ex- tends special appreciation to this hospital for the quality of health care provided to its pat- ients. Its colunary efforts to Senior Citizens Ask ? improve the quality of health care while mindful of the need to contain health care costs are to be applauded. The achievement of accredi- tation is evidence of success in complying with national stand- ards of excellence. It signif- ies a voluntary commitment to maintain a high quality of pat- ient care. By attaining accred- itation, this hospital has dem- onstrated its accountability to Consumer News Social security numbers hae become a necessity if you want to do almost anything. You need pne for work. You need one to establish a savings account. In some states, social security numbers are used as the per- mit numbers on your driver's license. When the social security sy- stem was established, it was made easy to get a social security number so everyone would get one. Over the years, however, people have abused this system by getting new social security numbers, to change their identities. But now, before you can get a new, duplicate, or corrected social security card, you must prove your identity. Here is how you di it: If you are applying for a social security number for the first time, you will have to submit proof of your identity, age, and citizenship or your alien status. A birth certificate alone is not enough to prove identity• That means you should have at least two documents to prove your date of birth and identity. Be- sides birth certificates, you can use baptism certificates; school, church, employment, and census records; voter reg- istration cards; insurance pol- icies; marriage and driver's licenses; passports or alien status papers. If you are under 18, you can apply by mail. If you are 18 or over, you must he interviewed in person. AComRlete formal .. Questions for this column may be sent to Box the patients and community it You can apply for a social 776, Hinton, WV 25951 or called in to 466- 4019. All serves." security humber at any local questions will be kept confidential. The Joint Commission on Acc- social security office, Internal • .Q. What do the Senior Citizens Outreach reditation of Hospitals is a Revenue Serviced i strict office, worker do? private, not-for-profit organiz- or, in cities where there is no • .A. The major goal of the Outreach workers is ation that sets standards for social security office, atthepest to locate and assist isolated older people in surveys health and health-rel- office or employment service Summers County. Their challenge is to look ated facilities and services. In office. Check in your phone book beyond the visible the healthy or self- sufficient addition to its program for hos- under "U.S. Government" for older person, and seek out the vulnerable the pit.is, the JCAH also conducts the office nearest you. isolated and the out-of-touch. The Outreach accreditation programs for long If you are applying for a workers sometimes become elderly persons only term care facilities, psychiat- duplicate or corrected social means of making needed changes in their lives, ric facilities and mental health security card, you will also have • .It takes initiative to find tlie right agency to services, ambulatory health to supply evidence to prove your help with a specific problem-- especially when care organizations, and ser- identity• If you are askingfor a there are so many restrictions and eligibility viees formentallyretardedand name change, your evidence requirements involved-- and it takes per- other developmentally disabled must show beth your old name severence to see the process through to success, persons, and new one. You could use a It may, in short take more knowledge and per- marriageor divorce certificate, sistence than many older people have especially the more isolated older person. • .The Outreach workers also assist with the blood pressure clinics, help develop and promote new programs suas he mini- winterization id .....  ' ................ .=' garden programs; they can also provide some transportation, home-maker and health ser- Wear Rental Serv,ce FOR PROMS, DANCES AND ELEGANT WEDDINGS. At Ii('C you'll have the benefit of a tremendous selection of Tuxedoes, Dinner Jackets and formal accessories sure to make you the hit of that special evenillg or that once-in-a-lifetime day. tlCC Clothing Counse- lors will attend your perfect fit. Stop by & see our window display. Order Your Prom Suit Now To Allow Plenty Of Time for Delivery. vices. • .Ann Smith is the Outreach worker for the Hinton, Nimitz, Jumping Branch and Pip,stem areas. Paulett Adkins works out towardsAlderson and down to Indian Mills and Peggy Rossi is the Outreach worker for the Nutrition Program and concentrates on the Brooks to Elton areas. Any of these women would appreciate referrals of older persons who may b in need of assistance. Call 466- 4019 to make a referral. • .Q. What are some of the special programs planned at the Senior Center for the next few weeks? • .A. There are quite a few special programs coming up ..... ..Thursday April 26th we will have the Monroe County Ramblers and Square Dancers, a Senior citizens group that has performed all over the state at the Center. On Friday, the 27th, there will be the regular square dancing led by Richard Cantrell of FMRS. • .In early May there will be ' the birthday party on May 4th for area Seniors with birthdays m May. On Wednesday May 9th, there will be a program called "Protect Yourself Against Rip- Off Artists" led by Ted Bovlen of the Department .. All Special programs begin shortly after lunch  between 12:45 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. Applications Available application section at the Elkins Operations Center by July 31, 1979. Cantner pointed out that bona- fide resident W. Vs. land- owners, their resident children and bona-fide resident tenants may hunt on their own land in counties open to ant,fleas hunt- ing without a Class N License. Only one application may be submitted per applicant• Only W. Vs. residents 12 years of age or older on- or before Dec. 7, 1979 are eligible for Class N licenses. Duplications will he automatically rejected by the computer. Cantner said, "With the ex- panding deer herd and addit- ional western counties open, this could be a record ant.r- less deer season." adoption papers, or official court documents. Social Security will not keep the documents proving your ident- try, but will note them on your application and return them to you. If you have any further quest- ions about your social security record, how benefits are det- ermined, or how you go about applying for benefits, send for a copy of the booklet. Your Soc- ial Security. It's free from the Consumer Information  Dept. 630G, Pueblo, 81009. At the sam tfmej receive a copy of the Information Catalog more than 200 other fr cost federal publicatio sumer interest. The l alog is published qu the Consumer Inform ter of the General Administration. Applicatons for 1979 anterless deer licenses are now avail- able at all hunting and fishing license dealers, DNR district offices, Elkins Operations Cen- ter and County Clerk offices for this year's season Dec. 7-8, according to wildlife resource division chief, Dan E. Cant- ner. "Our 1979 anterless, deer sea- son will be held in fourteen counties. Hampshire, 8976; l-lar- dy, 4392; Grant, 940; Mineral, 900; Tucker, 1568; Morgan, 648; Berkeley, 372; Preston, 1248; Doddridge, 141; Ritchie, 1542; Tyler, 642; Lewis, 642; Upshur, 540 and Gilmer, 501; said Can- tner. All applications for Class N anterless deer season license must be received by the DNR Dates Set Roanoke College, Number 2 ranked college in NCAA College Division, has announced the dates for their Boys and Girls Summer Basketball Camp. The dates for the boys camp are June 17- 22 ( Senior High Play- ers and Team Camp) and June 24- 29 ( Junior High and Elem- enatary Players). Costs for the and $75 for daY. I i The Girls Camp will] July 29- August 2 and] will be $80. Teams at, el attend and play aga schools. For more inf call collect to Ed Gr 389- 2351 (Day) or (703) (Night). If writing, tbl is Ed Green; Roanoke HONOR PERRY EDITH C. R MAR MRS. H dUDSON boys camp is $100 for resident Salem, Va. 24153. [ Southern Photo's LIFE SIZE SPECIAL! 16x20 Color Portrai! LE, HAR, N, PERR [MER, DA' fYR5 v.r IEy, ,,,El iLER_., D, dURY GNNENTS IONS OF WV 'H PACK OF wv HAR R Y, OF wv S[[ A('I'UAL SIZE PORTR/MT DISPLAY IN SOR WINDOW 95 ly $? "NO HIDDEN CHARGES OR HANDLING FEE" "k Babies:- children -- adults -- groups -- $2.00 per petso , Select from finished color portraits  in living color. * Extras, yes 8 x 10, 5 x 7, wallets, but with No One in'preuure you to buy. Fast delivery-.--€ouxteous service. * Doll'em up, Bring'era in, Wateh'em Smile -- Thank You! * Senior Citizens Invited -- Color charms available. --LIM[T ONE SPECIAL OFFER PER FAMILY--" COM ING...one-day-only Thurs. May 3 Time: 11 till 4 Don Array Shop. in..old McCrerr Hotel Lobby Hinton MAY 'e wv iTTMAN wv L. HAR% STEWA A. KE IAM COLM R l OF HI AGG, E QFHI R. CR wv HHER IIARV| .2--Hinton News Th'urs. April 26, 1979 N !: INTON NEWS Published Tuesdays and Thursdays By the Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Ave. Hinton, W.Va. 25951 Bob Front, Co-Publisher Jane Front, Co-Publisher Richard Mann, Ector USPS 246-180 , By Carrier 15 Cents Daily Subscriptions: By Mail $10.00 per year U.s. Postal regulations require payment in advance. ,,, Second class postage paid at Hinton, W. Va.j _.' ....... . 7=_ %. • - .By Bill Dressier Exciting things have happen- ed to people over the years, and :they distinctly remember every 3ittle detail of the incident. : During the late thirties, my :wife, our daughter, Kloris, and I were staying at my mother- in- aw's home on Eleventh Avenue in Hinton, while she was a atient in the Hinton Hospital. It as summer, and we had finish- ed our evening meal. My wife moved form the window. What had caused this accid- ent was that more accidents and excitements were happening in another part of the city. Three men had robbed a business place in Beckley, W. Va. and all the officers-of-the-law in Hinton were attempting to stop the robbers at the Hinton Toll Brid- ge, but their car broke through the blockade. The robber's car ,vas in the kitchen washing sped onto Temple Street toward dishes, and I was lying on the Second Avenue and crashed into bed in the adjoinihg TOOn S' ,;,;at were parked ing a lullaby to our daughter, front of Cox's Stere• They jump Suddeniy, the windows in the ed from their car and ran out ibedroom crashed with an ex- plosive sound, and the plaster :came falling from the walls and !ceiling. The house was shaking, iand the first thing that came to iny mind was that the world was icoming to an end. My wife was i£arrying a dishpan of water • across the kitchen when the icrash occurred, and dropped i the dishpan of water. She came i screaming out of the kitchen, :"Oh, It's an earthquaket" I picked up our daughter from the bed and started struggling i through the broken glass and plaster toward the front door. My wife held Kloris while I was :attempting to force open the • front door that had been jam- :reed• The door opened, and my 'wife, Kloris, and I came out on :the front porch. There in front of :the house stood a crowd of :people, and still being in shock, : shouted to the crowd, "Help ! :Help! My wife and baby are Mead!" My wife shouted, "We "re not deadl Here we aret " iThe people began to laugh and imy wife looked to her left and Said, "Oh! A car has hit the 'corner of the house"f She ex- plained later when she first came out on the front porch, she was expecting to see a large hole in the ground where the earthquake had made. Mr. Sower's car had drifed from the parking plac eon Temple Street and ran down Eleventh Avenue, hitting the corner of the house. The car would have crashed through the window of the bed- room if it hadn't hit a tree istump in the yard above the ouse. We had rearranged the bedroom furniture a week be- fore, and the bed had been Temple Street toward Third Avenue, brandishing their guns. One police officer shouted to a lady, "Stop that m an!" She threw her hands up in front of one of the robber's face, and when she saw the pistol in his hand, she fainted and fell to the sidewalk. The clerks in the Kroger Store ( where Davis Department Store is today) saw the robbers running out the street, and they hid under the tables in the store. The police- men finally caught two of the robbers, and the third robber, who hadn't been captured, stay- ed at the Y M C A in Hin- ton for three days. He became so tired loafing that he went to the police station and gave himself up to the officers. One robber said later that he was lying along Summers Strret, infront of the police station, and the police came so close to him that they nearly stepped on his fingers. It was dark during all of this excitement, and the officers had a difficult time capturing the robbers. Now the driver of the Sow- er's car bad seen the robber's car run into the parked cars in front of Cox's Store, and he drove the car out Temple Street to Eleventh Avenue to tell the folks about the excitement. He evidently left the gears of the ear in neutral, also failing to put on the emergency brake. The car drifted across Temple St- reet and down Eleventh Avenue, crashing into the cor- ner of the Harford Home. This excitement sure did scare the daylights out of us. Some think placing hone chestnuts in the water will stupefy the fish. Mayor BillHumphreys (left)and Chief of Police far. $70.00 in pennies will buy the meat and Kenneth Wills (right)are counting pennies for a others will bring covered- dishes. This is the Senior Citizens Dinner to be held April 29. These sixth dinner they have held in the last 2 years. pennies were collected from employees from Photo by Sally Hayslette. time to time. They have 79 people signed up so Receives Recognition As an accredited hospital, Summers County Hospital has received special recognition from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals in observance of National Hospital Week, May 6- 12, 1979. In an open letter of commendation, John E. Affeldt, M.D., Pres- ident of the Joint Commission, stated: "The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals ex- tends special appreciation to this hospital for the quality of health care provided to its pat- ients. Its colunary efforts to Senior Citizens Ask ? improve the quality of health care while mindful of the need to contain health care costs are to be applauded. The achievement of accredi- tation is evidence of success in complying with national stand- ards of excellence. It signif- ies a voluntary commitment to maintain a high quality of pat- ient care. By attaining accred- itation, this hospital has dem- onstrated its accountability to Consumer News Social security numbers hae become a necessity if you want to do almost anything. You need pne for work. You need one to establish a savings account. In some states, social security numbers are used as the per- mit numbers on your driver's license. When the social security sy- stem was established, it was made easy to get a social security number so everyone would get one. Over the years, however, people have abused this system by getting new social security numbers, to change their identities. But now, before you can get a new, duplicate, or corrected social security card, you must prove your identity. Here is how you di it: If you are applying for a social security number for the first time, you will have to submit proof of your identity, age, and citizenship or your alien status. A birth certificate alone is not enough to prove identity• That means you should have at least two documents to prove your date of birth and identity. Be- sides birth certificates, you can use baptism certificates; school, church, employment, and census records; voter reg- istration cards; insurance pol- icies; marriage and driver's licenses; passports or alien status papers. If you are under 18, you can apply by mail. If you are 18 or over, you must he interviewed in person. AComRlete formal .. Questions for this column may be sent to Box the patients and community it You can apply for a social 776, Hinton, WV 25951 or called in to 466- 4019. All serves." security humber at any local questions will be kept confidential. The Joint Commission on Acc- social security office, Internal • .Q. What do the Senior Citizens Outreach reditation of Hospitals is a Revenue Serviced i strict office, worker do? private, not-for-profit organiz- or, in cities where there is no • .A. The major goal of the Outreach workers is ation that sets standards for social security office, atthepest to locate and assist isolated older people in surveys health and health-rel- office or employment service Summers County. Their challenge is to look ated facilities and services. In office. Check in your phone book beyond the visible the healthy or self- sufficient addition to its program for hos- under "U.S. Government" for older person, and seek out the vulnerable the pit.is, the JCAH also conducts the office nearest you. isolated and the out-of-touch. The Outreach accreditation programs for long If you are applying for a workers sometimes become elderly persons only term care facilities, psychiat- duplicate or corrected social means of making needed changes in their lives, ric facilities and mental health security card, you will also have • .It takes initiative to find tlie right agency to services, ambulatory health to supply evidence to prove your help with a specific problem-- especially when care organizations, and ser- identity• If you are askingfor a there are so many restrictions and eligibility viees formentallyretardedand name change, your evidence requirements involved-- and it takes per- other developmentally disabled must show beth your old name severence to see the process through to success, persons, and new one. You could use a It may, in short take more knowledge and per- marriageor divorce certificate, sistence than many older people have especially the more isolated older person. • .The Outreach workers also assist with the blood pressure clinics, help develop and promote new programs suas he mini- winterization id .....  ' ................ .=' garden programs; they can also provide some transportation, home-maker and health ser- Wear Rental Serv,ce FOR PROMS, DANCES AND ELEGANT WEDDINGS. At Ii('C you'll have the benefit of a tremendous selection of Tuxedoes, Dinner Jackets and formal accessories sure to make you the hit of that special evenillg or that once-in-a-lifetime day. tlCC Clothing Counse- lors will attend your perfect fit. Stop by & see our window display. Order Your Prom Suit Now To Allow Plenty Of Time for Delivery. vices. • .Ann Smith is the Outreach worker for the Hinton, Nimitz, Jumping Branch and Pip,stem areas. Paulett Adkins works out towardsAlderson and down to Indian Mills and Peggy Rossi is the Outreach worker for the Nutrition Program and concentrates on the Brooks to Elton areas. Any of these women would appreciate referrals of older persons who may b in need of assistance. Call 466- 4019 to make a referral. • .Q. What are some of the special programs planned at the Senior Center for the next few weeks? • .A. There are quite a few special programs coming up ..... ..Thursday April 26th we will have the Monroe County Ramblers and Square Dancers, a Senior citizens group that has performed all over the state at the Center. On Friday, the 27th, there will be the regular square dancing led by Richard Cantrell of FMRS. • .In early May there will be ' the birthday party on May 4th for area Seniors with birthdays m May. On Wednesday May 9th, there will be a program called "Protect Yourself Against Rip- Off Artists" led by Ted Bovlen of the Department .. All Special programs begin shortly after lunch  between 12:45 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. Applications Available application section at the Elkins Operations Center by July 31, 1979. Cantner pointed out that bona- fide resident W. Vs. land- owners, their resident children and bona-fide resident tenants may hunt on their own land in counties open to ant,fleas hunt- ing without a Class N License. Only one application may be submitted per applicant• Only W. Vs. residents 12 years of age or older on- or before Dec. 7, 1979 are eligible for Class N licenses. Duplications will he automatically rejected by the computer. Cantner said, "With the ex- panding deer herd and addit- ional western counties open, this could be a record ant.r- less deer season." adoption papers, or official court documents. Social Security will not keep the documents proving your ident- try, but will note them on your application and return them to you. If you have any further quest- ions about your social security record, how benefits are det- ermined, or how you go about applying for benefits, send for a copy of the booklet. Your Soc- ial Security. It's free from the Consumer Information  Dept. 630G, Pueblo, 81009. At the sam tfmej receive a copy of the Information Catalog more than 200 other fr cost federal publicatio sumer interest. The l alog is published qu the Consumer Inform ter of the General Administration. Applicatons for 1979 anterless deer licenses are now avail- able at all hunting and fishing license dealers, DNR district offices, Elkins Operations Cen- ter and County Clerk offices for this year's season Dec. 7-8, according to wildlife resource division chief, Dan E. Cant- ner. "Our 1979 anterless, deer sea- son will be held in fourteen counties. Hampshire, 8976; l-lar- dy, 4392; Grant, 940; Mineral, 900; Tucker, 1568; Morgan, 648; Berkeley, 372; Preston, 1248; Doddridge, 141; Ritchie, 1542; Tyler, 642; Lewis, 642; Upshur, 540 and Gilmer, 501; said Can- tner. All applications for Class N anterless deer season license must be received by the DNR Dates Set Roanoke College, Number 2 ranked college in NCAA College Division, has announced the dates for their Boys and Girls Summer Basketball Camp. The dates for the boys camp are June 17- 22 ( Senior High Play- ers and Team Camp) and June 24- 29 ( Junior High and Elem- enatary Players). Costs for the and $75 for daY. I i The Girls Camp will] July 29- August 2 and] will be $80. Teams at, el attend and play aga schools. For more inf call collect to Ed Gr 389- 2351 (Day) or (703) (Night). If writing, tbl is Ed Green; Roanoke HONOR PERRY EDITH C. R MAR MRS. H dUDSON boys camp is $100 for resident Salem, Va. 24153. [ Southern Photo's LIFE SIZE SPECIAL! 16x20 Color Portrai! LE, HAR, N, PERR [MER, DA' fYR5 v.r IEy, ,,,El iLER_., D, dURY GNNENTS IONS OF WV 'H PACK OF wv HAR R Y, OF wv S[[ A('I'UAL SIZE PORTR/MT DISPLAY IN SOR WINDOW 95 ly $? "NO HIDDEN CHARGES OR HANDLING FEE" "k Babies:- children -- adults -- groups -- $2.00 per petso , Select from finished color portraits  in living color. * Extras, yes 8 x 10, 5 x 7, wallets, but with No One in'preuure you to buy. Fast delivery-.--€ouxteous service. * Doll'em up, Bring'era in, Wateh'em Smile -- Thank You! * Senior Citizens Invited -- Color charms available. --LIM[T ONE SPECIAL OFFER PER FAMILY--" COM ING...one-day-only Thurs. May 3 Time: 11 till 4 Don Array Shop. in..old McCrerr Hotel Lobby Hinton MAY 'e wv iTTMAN wv L. HAR% STEWA A. KE IAM COLM R l OF HI AGG, E QFHI R. CR wv HHER IIARV| 2--Hinton News Th'urs. April 26, 1979 HINTON NEWS Publl.hed Tudayn and Thursdays By the Hinton PubUshtng Corperutlon 2t0 Second Ave. HJnton. W+Va. 25951 Bob Front. CPubLish Jane Front,.Co-Publisher Pchard Mann, Edkor qsPs ue.tso - By Carrier Subscriptions: 15 Cents Daily + BY Mall $1tl.o0 per year ta. Pmn r,,ll*tJ. r+q.ir ptyment la trivet, :: Dressier ExcmnRtmnp Imvo happen mow f me window. :edtopeopteovtheyn, and whm d ed ts aid Lhey d]BfiLly emJ¢r eve t was Lhal mo acclden and :Line detaO of me +mtaem. excJtts w harmng Ln : D.nng t te lhtrJ, my another part OF the city.  :wife, oauchto, ra,ar m had mbbe a bm we yiagat my- - placen ee, W va+i ad U aw' ho  lth Av t he officer-the-Law in Hinton in mnten, we she w a w ampling to stop the .p+tlet n me lttmon I+taL Xt been a the mnto. Toll n  s,and  had fthh- ge, but Ulr  bloke Uough 'ed  emos ml, tar wt+e 0m blockade.  blr's r ,aa m me kteh wasmng Spndtom#eStreettowarS l.m, and I w In me mmondAvdera+hadm bed m the domtg reed d#:. .*r +t w parkea !ing. i,maby to o daul, tniofC+x'.Store, aZeyjmp '•ddenly, the wtt,ow n the ed fm tr e d r out :ooom hed Lm  - m#e Street toward Trd plive sd, and the phufi Av. brandisldng their g. came fanmg fm me wa a Oe peU om shomnd w a and me fit .g met ca to threw h hand. up t. ft d :nymt.dwasttthewordw e of the bber'a face, d eomLng to  end, My wge w wbea she w m+ 1 m a,ry.g a dmhpan of water .d,ahefmte*.dfeltbe :aero the +teh wh the dewdk.  cks m me ora curred, .nd  t:roger sto < *h Dav the ,. of water, she me tstot. toy) w scrog t of the Iotehen. the bbers mnntag t the "o, rt's an rmakeV' I tt, and they m und the cked up daugter f the tabl m mo sth  ol. bed and started strs#tog men nrmuy t t of the thrh the broken  d hbs, and the md r, piast towed the ft dor, wha hndwt n pLUred, slap Myre heldmormwhUeX ed m the y M C A ta Hth- attemJ, s to ro  the m  mine ys He me rt dr that had beta jam-  tired ln that  m to raed. The or , and my ts mh ata  gave wfe, Khrm, nd l me out m ml up to the omn Ome :thefmroh.leLnfnta robber  htr that he w :me house stmd a cwd ot im alg Sme Steer. b, eop, and st LI] Ln8 Ln ahock, infant of  poJl sta Lion, and :l slmmnd th te ,*d, '+e+lp + the mll e  cl te him :tlp my wive and taby a tlmttm rlmpp+don h+ :dead V' My wlfe shouted, "We finger• It w dark htng aH o f 're.oideed Hl " mteexelteml,andtheoffce 11e people began to laugh and had a difficult time pturlag my wfe lked to her l end the mbbn. Id, ,+am A  hat mt the P+ the w of the Sow- cthebo"! Shed. er'shadthebber's ptamed later wm am mat   into me ed  tn eameoutonthet,he ft a COX'S S'to, and he +a exeg to  a  Vovete eutmpleS'rk hole m me ground wtwe the to th Argue to teU me thqke hed ma. t. tol about the oxetemt. te ower's e ha dri/ fm the evldsntl.v left the g of the arking pac n Temp)e . r in nU"al, also fairing tn pat n.dr.ndolthA, on the emergcy brake, wha hJtUg the  of the houae. r drt  Temple ,. The  wcd have hed reel and d mevenlh tht the w of the bae. Av. ca*shrug into me r- m f t haa't et a tree n of me tlm'ord eme+  Consumer News Socialmtybeha')e amption papa, or efficiaI becomeatyyouwanl court denls Depl. a.s0G. Pueblo,< todoalmt anyttttng, youneed So¢ia Secty wm not keep Sl00  t wk. You need one to the dlents proving yo At the me ffme i race+re a py of me tabltsh a vinl aet In ident sme stat, ml security tRy, but will note th on yo Znfoafi Catalog nmbers used theper- applieattonandretnthem to t nmben on yÙ driver's you li. if you have any furlher q+ ser Gea the ial unty y iom abot your sml tnity .tern w blted. l was erd he+ b.ont  del- made y to get a ial ermmnd, or bow you go about tar of the ttty nbec  eryone applying for nefits,d for a Administration uld get one Over the y. copy of the booklet Yo Sac- hoover, people have abused ial Security. It's fm fm the th+s system by gellmg new ............. Dates Set But n. ba you n get a . dupilcate, or tnd Roanoke College. Nber  and $75 ior day. saclal urity cat. y mt ranked college In NCAA Coege pro y ldennty. Division, has ao the [x Ls how y m it: dat for thot Boys a.d Grs MayBlllH.mpreysle/t)andCmeloIPelloe lar. $s.ee tn pel wm bay the meal nd If y a applying for a SummBaaketbalLCamp The Kneth Wills (right) are cnllng pennies f a othe will bring vered- dlh.  I the ial urity nbx f the dat for the boys mp are SenlorCillDlm*erbeheldAprll.Te sJxthdhmer theyttaveheldtnthotast2yea, ftt time, you wfl] have to Je t?- 21Senior High play nnles were col]N [m employ  from Photo by ly ]lal, audit prod of y dttly, e and Tm Camp .d Je time to a. 'l,y h,,, s p+op e.d .p o age, and emzeup o, yo 24+   Jmior mgh and Elem- ali stat etary Playe) Cot for the Reeeives Reeognhion .++ ................................................. + +e +ot,,.,. my ehotdd have at lst 1 Southern two dent to rove o ........... ' .................................................... LIFE SIZE Summe Coty Hospital ha tled: ca while mindd of the  ide birth cJrtif' t s ,  you can ........ 1 ..................... SPECIAL! to be appla.dnd. t:ol urc mploymnt Aremtate. of .pttat+ m ee s a ppanen to The ohtmnt of aecreea, ad e rOs voter rug oleance of National RospitaJ this hpital for tho qlity of faLLen is idene of s in is+ration rds. iance pal- open tatter or commend.On, tents Its eolary efforts to  of mlle tt starer- Its =r or ale Joha . Afdl, mo, Pnm: • 1 tars tmtto ' a ve eam. status pape X ntatn a tph qtty of pat- [f you e under la you can Senior Citizens Ask ? .......................  itati th bospltal has data- lby m' t ' , u orov youm Color Portrait o(ratoq Its atability to be In1 • ed ..Qutlons for ths column may be sent to ox e,ew m pa  the patenm and ¢mdty it You  apply for a ial questions will be kept confidential. Q What do the Senior Citizens Outreach leJOmtCommtslonAc ial mqty effi. Intml redttati of Heptals ts a Renserveselomce, ....... "OX• ,rheO/tajo r goal of lbe Outreach workers i$ private, nt-z+.prit +ganiz+ +, in d m wem thm Is m aonti that mrs standards lot mia m] rely olflm,atthe mt +so inonm c.+mm on m+osn m" to locate and assist isolated older people in su+eya heals .m4 ealth ml+ [tic t m Summers County. Their challenge is to Ik o e or empJoymm m m *m+.t.=r.+++.m,+,,+.-,l¢. atod taemum d ,4+ In o flee. Checkin y+ phone book beyond the visible the bealthy + self- sufficient adctlm to ts sram + h- d+ "U.S, Oovemmt" for * ,o':''' older person, and seek out the vulnerable the p+tam, the JCAFI also mnducts the offim nmmt ym. * +m +m ......... i , ,v.® ++, ..++ m. w..++  ,++ -  + isolated and the out+f-touch. The Outreach aecredttattonpregrat+lemg If you m appLying for a +m++o,lmi.vJtm--+m*.ml.++ workers sometimes become elderly persons only tem  facilitlm, peychlat, duplim or rated mLal meansoimakin neededehan esintheirlives+ ty ,you a have COMING,..one-da • It takes initikive to find te  right agency to He taemtl and mhd health " rd writ tan l. tm+datory health tomlpplyeldeneetepve3m  help with a specific problem- especially when hurs. May 3 Time: ca fio, and - identity, ffyeukingfore there are so many restrictions and eligibility vtfmentayretardedd evlden Don Array Shop requirements involved- and it takes per- me change, yo severenee to see the process through to success, other devdopmentagy dlzabled mat shaw both yo oLd  It may. in short take more knowledge and per- m. and  e. You uld m a sistenee than many aider people have especia gy mrrtae  d tmte, the more isolated olden' person. • .The Outreach workers also assist with the blued pressure eIinlcs, help develop and lpl romote new programs suEffas be minl:°Wlfifrlza'ibn'hiff garden programs; they can also provide some t ransportahon, h ...... b .......... , .... ..Ann Smith is the Outreach worker for the Hinton, Nimltz. Jumping Branch and PJpestem areas• Paulett Adbins works out towardsAIderson alld down to Indian Mills and Peggy Roast Is the Outreach worker for the Nutrition Program and concentrates an the Brks to Elton ureas. An Y of these women would appreciate referrals ot alder persons wbo may b in need of assistance. Call 466- 4019 to make a referral. , .Q, What are some of the spial programs planned at the Senior Center for the next few weeks? • .A. There are quite a few special programs coining up -- .Thursday AplrS 26th we will have the Monroe County Ramblers and Square Dancers. a Senior citizens group that has performed all over the state at the Center. On Friday, the 27th, there will be the re.ular square dancing led hy Richard Cantreu of FMR . . .In early May there will be the birthday patty on May 4th for area Seniors with birthdays in May. On Wednesday May 9th, there will be a program called "Protect Yourself Against Rip- Off Artists" led by Ted BovLen of the Department ., All Special progra ms begin shortly after lunch between 12:45 p,m+ and 1 to0 p,m. Applications Available Apphthns for 1 anterl applitlon ton at the EIM deer lice  now avail- Operatie Center by JuJy I, able at an hting and fhing is0 Cantn pointed out tut $ic dle, Dlt district bo-fideidentW Va. land- offL, Elki Operatio Cen- o, £helr ldent ehdren terdCotmlykofflet and bom-fde em teams this yr's an Dee, 7, may ht on thelr o land in aceerdang to wilcLfe  topentoanterlht+ mvat eof. Dan i. cant- L e ',thout a cl t+ x. strop In  yard above the itemt a did ma the  wilt be held in fou W. Va,identsl2yofage tmse. 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