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Year--No 178 5E THE LEADER be hired but Camara&apos;s motion : Secretary III. ttinton. 00'est Vir/zinia Thursday April 5, 1979 died for lack of a second. The Board did, however, fin- ally hire Janie Shaver as ESE A & Purchasing Secretary. Shaver actually was transf- , erred from the IM Center where she was classed as a Secret- ary I under state guidelines. Her new position is classed as a The beard approved the 1979- 80 Levy estimate, budget and school calendar and also app- roved the hiring of Vickie Hin- , erman as Principal of Pipe- stem Elementary and Delores Kessler as Aide III, Early Child- hood Program, at Pipestem. Director Hired County Board ti0n once again bucked ndent D.E. "Jim" the hiring of Attend- nstructional Material rector at Tuesday eeting. recommended Steven d Board member Dr. ]la-moved that Tickle  I SCllooI. CALENDAR 1979-1980 [0NTII ...... August 29 to September 25, Inc. | Labor Day, Sept. 3 | Student Enrollment, Sept. 4 1 Teachers bleeting, Aug. 29  Inservlce, Aug. 30 h 31 .................. 16 ir)TON'l'H September 26 to October 23, Inc 20 II0NTH ............. October 24 to November 20, Inc. Veterans l)ay, Nov. 12 .................... 19 Tl llk IONTH ............ November.21 to December 18, Inc. t Thanksgiving Holidays, Nov. 22-23* ....... IS f' (*Nov. 23 must be made up by 2 Visitation Nights) i[10NTII  ...... December 19 to January 22, Inc. I' Christmas Vacation, Dec. 24 thru January I, Inc ....... 18 fONT H ............. January 23 to February 19, Inc. Records Day, Jan. 28 " 19 MONTH ............ February 20 to March 18, Inc .............. 20 MONTll ............ March 19 to April 15, Inc. Good Friday, April 4* ..................... 19 (*Aprll 4 must be made up with 2 night workshops) IONTH ............. April ]6 to May 13, Inc .......... ......... 20 MONTH ............. May 14.to June i0, Inc. Memorial Day, May 30 ,,:: Primary Election, June 3 ............ Records Day, June 5 Inservice. June 9 & 10" .................. 15 (June 9 & 10 wiiI be made up by nine 1 hr.20 min. fac.lty meetings beginning with the 2nd month) TOTAL DAYS TAUGHT ...................................... 184 MEF/r N(;S : August 29 ................................. i SESSINS: August 30, 31. April 4, June 9 & i0 to be made up as listed above ................ 5 I)AYS: January 28 and June 5 ..................... 2 DAYS: Two visitation nights to be announced ..... [ (Paid) Sept. 3, Labor Day; Nov. 12, Veterans Day; Nov. 22, Thanksgiving; Dec. 25, Christmas; Jan. I, New Years; May 30, blemorial Day; Jtme 3, Primary Election ..... 7 TOTAl. DAYS IN TEI@! .................................... 0t Days Taught Area Obituaries m "1 ROGERS Mrs. Neely was a lifelong She was a former school- ri'al graveside services i Virginia Rogers, 71, of resident of Summers County teacher in Summers and Mon- iil , Fla., formerly of Hin- and attended the Baptist roe Counties. .1 he at 2, m Amril 8 in Church. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. tlt  r. ,- Her husband, Brady Noely," Naomi Gwinn, Mrs. Wanda , P :emetery in Hinton died in February 1940. Kurzina and Mrs. Ida Mac e lv. Billy R. Wick- . Survivors include one son, Dodd, all of Oak Hill, Mrs. Mary eiating, m ROgers died at 11 a. E.B. Neely of Jumping Branch; Hisel of San Francisco, Mrs. lin a Henderson, N.C., one sister, Mrs. Ollie Gwinn of Ioma Neely of Raleigh, N.C., Hinton; three grandchildren Mrs. Hilda West of Ravens- "after . a long illness, and two great- grandchildren, wood, brothers, Howard Wilson March 14 1908. in Mer- e. , , of Ballengee, Russell Wilson of , ty, she was a daughter HOLLIDAY Hinton, Woodrow Wilson of teWalter p. and Rosa James I. Holliday, 51, of Sweet Springs, sisters, Mrs. [.'Wling. " Lewisburg, died Friday night at Lettie Hedrick of Poca, Miss L "'vgers bad lived the the Beckley Veterans hosPital Evelyn Wilson of Hinton; 20 [' rt of her life in Him long illness. f,was a member of the after a grandchildren; 20 great- grand- Ptist Church in Hinton. Born April 25, 1927 at Grassy children. .s.hand, Robert C. Rog- Meadows, he was a son of the Services were held at 2 p.m. LT" In September 1978. late Cleve and Thena Howell Monday in Dodd-Payne Funeral Il Holliday. Home, Fayetteville, with the hs include two sons, A 31- year resident of Lewis- Rev.Bill Menefee and the Rev. |.. of Richmond, Va., burg, Mr. Holliday was a mere- L.A. Garten officiating. Burial i Caas j. of Hender- ber of the Calvery United Meth- followed in the High Lawn brother, Murrell Bowl- edist Church' and a former Memorial Park, Oak Hill. ton; two sisters, Mrs. employee 0,f Bill Lewis Motors. WYKLE SERVICES fOYer and mrs Paul- Survivors include his wife, q Services for Mr. James Dor- !, both of Statesville, Mildred B. Holliday; one son, sey Wykle, 70, were held at 11 L t fou r grandchildren. Wayne of Lewisburg; four sis- a.m. Saturday in the Ronald ly will be cremated, ters, Mrs. Lola Burns of Fair- Meadows Funeral Parlors in LI Meadows Funeral lea, Mrs. Laura Blankenship of Hinton with the Elder A.L. :  ltinton is in charge of eents. Hinton, Mrs. Pearl Champ of Neely officiating. Burial follow- Layland and Mrs. Lorine With- ed in Restwood Memorial Gar- NEELY row of Ronceverte; two bro- dens in Hinton. for Mrs. Pearl thers , William R. of Fairlea He died Monday in a Lex- will be at 2 p.m. and Harry Holliday of Grassy ington, Virginia Hospital. in the Ronald Mead- Meadows and three grand- BRYDIE Parlors in Hinton children. Robert B. Brydie, 77, of Hin- A.L. Neely and Services were held at 2 p.m. officiating Bur- Monday at the Calvary United ton died Thursday in a Clifton Forge, Va., hospital after a long the Neely Cede- Methodist Church with the Rev. illness. Branch. Ben Simmers in charge. Bur- died at 9:45 a.m. ial followed in the Wallace sieHesystemWaS employeeand wasfathememberCbes" a Beckley hospital Memorial Cemetery at Clinton- of the Brotherhood of Railway illness, ville, and Airline Clerks. Mr. Bry- CANTERBURY v. 9, 1891, in Sum- Mrs. Carnie Grey Canterbury, die was a member of the First she was a daugh- 80, of Minden, Fayette County, Baptist Church Of Hinton and lae Chapman and died Saturday in Pinecrest Hos- the Masons. Farley. pital, Becldey. Surviving: wife. Fare: son 10 cents R R Car Severe Hazard Here ! Hinton City Council met Tues- day evening with Mayor Bill Humphreys, Council woman Ruth Pivont, Councilman Stuart Oxley, Pat Jordan and B.W. Crane in attendance. Council approved a request for a small decorative overhang for Brier's Furniture at their new location. Council also app- roved the Levy Estimate for Fiscal Year 1979- 80 and the City Budget for the same period. Mayor Bill. Humphreys said the city stood to loose several CETA employees including most of the emergency services dispatchers, two policemen and three firemen. The city hopes to pick up at least seven of the employees on the regular pay- roll. Hinton Fire Chief Ray Piv- ont asked that a letter be written to the C&O Railroad concerning the handling of haz- erdous materials. According to Pivont a recent accident down- river from Hinton left a rail- road tank car carrying liquid propane gas with a leak. The car was moved to the Avis yard while still loaded and leaking according to the Fire Chief. He asked that the Fire Department be notified when a potentially dangerous situation arises. Stuart Oxley said a housing project on 17th Ave. was well underway and the city could look forward to better, housing in the future. Council app roved the February list of bills and Financail Statement and the meeting was adjourned. Subscribe Robert of Wilmington, N.C. and sister, Mrs. James Gee of Ken- bridge, 'Virginia. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. D.D. Elwell officiating. Burial with Masonic rites followed in Restwood memorial Gardens. BUCKLAND Services for Mr. Jaekie J. Buckland, 44, of Route 5, Blue- field will be at 11 a.m. Tues- day in the Cravens-Shires Fun- eral Home chapel in Bluefield With the Revs. John J. Rhine- hart and Earl Ward officiating. Burial will be in the Rose- lawn Cemetery in Princeton. Mr. Buckland was pronounc- ed dead on arrival Saturday at a Bluefield hospital of an app- arent heart attack. Born Aug. 21, 1934, Belle- point, he was a son of the late Frank T. Buckland and Ethel Meadows. A Air Force veteran, Mr. Buckland had lived in Bluewell three years, was employed by the Tyott- Boone Co. in Taze- well, Va., was a Baptist and was graduated from Bluefield State College. Survivors include his wife, Shirely Belcher Buckland; one son, Jeff, and one daughter, Cathy, both at home; four bro- thers, Frank P. Jr of Saint Maria Calif., Jarol H. of Fort Wayne, Ind., Darrell D. of Mor- gantown, N.C., and Gary W. of Bluewell, and three sisters, Mrs. Virginia Meador and Mrs. Joyce Rhodes, beth of Talcott, and mrs. Linda Greenlief of Louisville, Ky. Commissioner Bill Gore (left) discusses the bud- get of the Sheriff's Department with Kay Cox of that department while Mrs. D.R. Brumit, wife of Chief Deputy D.R. Brumit, listens to Commis- sioner Marvin Lacy in the background. Budget Includes Six? The Summers County comm- ission held a public hearing Tuesday evening on the pro- posed budget for fiscal year 1979-. 80. In an opening state- ment Commission President Billy Joe Edwards said that the budget was a "serious situation ,t. He indicated that the county only has a certain amount of money available and they had "to expend these (dollars) to the best advantage of every- body". He added, "The gov- ernment is supposed.., to prov- ide a set'vice that the people can't provide for themselves." The budget is divided into three parts, the first being taxation which is based on ass- essments on real and personal property by the county assess- or, certain fees and charges and state grants. Total projected income in the coming fiscal year is $496,543. Part two- coal severance ta x , is expected to yield an income of eight th- ousand dollars, all of which has been budgeted to the Office of the County Clerk for new In- dex books. Part three- revenue sharing should yield the county $237, 643. The projected total income Livestock Bluegrass Market Inc. Sat- urday March 17, 1979. 457 head of livestock sold to 125 buyers amounting to $101,070.76. Heifers: Good, 62.00-65.00; Standard, 56.00- 59.00; Utility, 51.00- 57.50. Stocker & Feeder: Choice, 84.00- 85.00; Good, 74.00- 78. 25; Medium, 71.75- 73.75; Common, 66.00. Steer Calves: Choice, 94.00- 97.00; Good, 89.00- 93.00; Med- ium, 78.00- 88.00. Heifer Calves: Choice, 84.00- 89.00; Good, 76.00- 82.00; Med- ium, 66.00- 75.50. Veal Calves: Choice, 98,00; Medium, 81.00- 67.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 62. 25; Cutters, 56.75; Light Bulls 56.00- 85.00. Bull Calves: BH CWT, 66.00- 105.00. Baby Calves: 25.00- 156.00. Cows: Commercial: 51.50- 54. 25; Utility, 45.00- 49.75; Can- ner & cutter, 6.00- 44.50. Cows: CalvesBH; 530.00- 670. 00. BH , 270.00- 535.00. Hogs: NO. 1, 46.50- 48.75; No. 2, 43.50- 46.00; No. 3, 40.00- 52.00; Sows, 40.00- 46.25; Boars, 34.00- 66.00; Pigs & Shoats, BH, 7.50- 60.00; Ponies, BH, 6.00- 56.00. Sheep & Lambs: Red, 32.00- 59.00. Ewes,. CWT, 13.00- 33.50; Ewes, & Lambs, 49.00; Bucks, Cwt, 20.00- 28.00. Baby Lambs, B.H. 11.00. 15.00 Baby Goats, BH, 16.00- 34.00; Goats BH, 8.00- 24.00. for the county for fiscal year A spectator commented that 1979- 80 then is $742,186. "these men risk their lives, he Of this amount the sheriff's won't have any damned dep- department including Tax and uties on that salary". Further law enforcement divisions and questioning of the commission- the jail have been allotted ers resulted only in that the $148,148. $65832 of this is set as sheriff was responsible for his salary and wages for all de- department and this was the puties and jailors, dollar amount of his budget. When asked if this amount Commissioner Marvin Lacy was for six deputies and four summed up with." He can give jailors as requested by the it all to one and work with that if Sheriff's Department and sev- he wants to." eral citizens, Edwards said the On the brighter side the corn  number of deputies and jail- mission allotted $30 thousand to ors was undetermined; that the the county's rural fire depart- Sheriff could employ however many persons this amount would allow. But Commissioner Bill Gore indicated that the commission had figured on six deputies and four jailors, al- though one of the field de- puties would actually be funded by the state through the STEP Program which expires in May, 1980. ments, a move Mike Cooper, Captain of the JB- Nimitz Vol- unteer Fire Department lauded as a vast improvement over the $1000 allocation of three years ago. The only other budget item that drew any criticism was an allotment of $24,897 to the Cir- cuit Clerk's Office. Clerk Edith M. "Millie" Meador asked, "Is there some way not obvious to me that you're making an all- owance for the increase in the work load with an additional judge?" The question apparently never was answered directly, but Edwards said that there would not necessarily be ah increase since the court docket has always been overloaded and sometimes trials were set over to a second or third term of court. He said that instead of papers being served two or three times, now they would only have to be served once A deputy commented after the meeting, "That's like saying its cheaper to have two cars be- cause you don't use as much gas." All figures contained herein are unofficial. The final budget will be carried in the Hinton News under Legal Advertising at a later date. Contestants Vie Seventeen contestants sign up for Junior Miss Program from Summers County. The 6th annual Junior Miss Program sponsored by the Hinton Jaycees and Jaycee- ettes will be held at the Hinton High School Auditorium May 5th and 6th, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. A Tea honoring the girls and their parents was held at the Miller Memorial Methodist Chruch on March 16th. Unable to attend, so they are not shown in the picture. They are Debble Helton, Sherry Burroughs and Diane Meadows. From left seated, Teresa Ballard, Renee Cook, Beckey Davis, Becca Richmond, Eva Atkins and Kayetta Cannon. Standing, Mary Richmond, Penny Sowder, Teresa Smith, Melanie'Campbell, Jayne Reid, Angle randall, Kim Bennett and Shirley Jones. Last years two equal winners won each $500.00 cash scholar- ships $200.00 savings bond and a trophy. First Runner Up received $250.00 Cash and $150.00 savings bond and trophy. Junior Miss Ambass- ador a $I00.00 savings bond and trophy. Spirit of Junior Miss received $I00.00 savings bond and a trophy. Scholastic winner received $I00.00 savings bond and a one year renewable scholar- ship to W. Va. Tech and Creative & Performing Arts winner received $I.00 savings Bond and a one year renewable scholarship to Concord College. - Year--No 178 5E THE LEADER be hired but Camara's motion : Secretary III. ttinton. 00'est Vir/zinia Thursday April 5, 1979 died for lack of a second. The Board did, however, fin- ally hire Janie Shaver as ESE A & Purchasing Secretary. Shaver actually was transf- , erred from the IM Center where she was classed as a Secret- ary I under state guidelines. Her new position is classed as a The beard approved the 1979- 80 Levy estimate, budget and school calendar and also app- roved the hiring of Vickie Hin- , erman as Principal of Pipe- stem Elementary and Delores Kessler as Aide III, Early Child- hood Program, at Pipestem. Director Hired County Board ti0n once again bucked ndent D.E. "Jim" the hiring of Attend- nstructional Material rector at Tuesday eeting. recommended Steven d Board member Dr. ]la-moved that Tickle  I SCllooI. CALENDAR 1979-1980 [0NTII ...... August 29 to September 25, Inc. | Labor Day, Sept. 3 | Student Enrollment, Sept. 4 1 Teachers bleeting, Aug. 29  Inservlce, Aug. 30 h 31 .................. 16 ir)TON'l'H September 26 to October 23, Inc 20 II0NTH ............. October 24 to November 20, Inc. Veterans l)ay, Nov. 12 .................... 19 Tl llk IONTH ............ November.21 to December 18, Inc. t Thanksgiving Holidays, Nov. 22-23* ....... IS f' (*Nov. 23 must be made up by 2 Visitation Nights) i[10NTII  ...... December 19 to January 22, Inc. I' Christmas Vacation, Dec. 24 thru January I, Inc ....... 18 fONT H ............. January 23 to February 19, Inc. Records Day, Jan. 28 " 19 MONTH ............ February 20 to March 18, Inc .............. 20 MONTll ............ March 19 to April 15, Inc. Good Friday, April 4* ..................... 19 (*Aprll 4 must be made up with 2 night workshops) IONTH ............. April ]6 to May 13, Inc .......... ......... 20 MONTH ............. May 14.to June i0, Inc. Memorial Day, May 30 ,,:: Primary Election, June 3 ............ Records Day, June 5 Inservice. June 9 & 10" .................. 15 (June 9 & 10 wiiI be made up by nine 1 hr.20 min. fac.lty meetings beginning with the 2nd month) TOTAL DAYS TAUGHT ...................................... 184 MEF/r N(;S : August 29 ................................. i SESSINS: August 30, 31. April 4, June 9 & i0 to be made up as listed above ................ 5 I)AYS: January 28 and June 5 ..................... 2 DAYS: Two visitation nights to be announced ..... [ (Paid) Sept. 3, Labor Day; Nov. 12, Veterans Day; Nov. 22, Thanksgiving; Dec. 25, Christmas; Jan. I, New Years; May 30, blemorial Day; Jtme 3, Primary Election ..... 7 TOTAl. DAYS IN TEI@! .................................... 0t Days Taught Area Obituaries m "1 ROGERS Mrs. Neely was a lifelong She was a former school- ri'al graveside services i Virginia Rogers, 71, of resident of Summers County teacher in Summers and Mon- iil , Fla., formerly of Hin- and attended the Baptist roe Counties. .1 he at 2, m Amril 8 in Church. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. tlt  r. ,- Her husband, Brady Noely," Naomi Gwinn, Mrs. Wanda , P :emetery in Hinton died in February 1940. Kurzina and Mrs. Ida Mac e lv. Billy R. Wick- . Survivors include one son, Dodd, all of Oak Hill, Mrs. Mary eiating, m ROgers died at 11 a. E.B. Neely of Jumping Branch; Hisel of San Francisco, Mrs. lin a Henderson, N.C., one sister, Mrs. Ollie Gwinn of Ioma Neely of Raleigh, N.C., Hinton; three grandchildren Mrs. Hilda West of Ravens- "after . a long illness, and two great- grandchildren, wood, brothers, Howard Wilson March 14 1908. in Mer- e. , , of Ballengee, Russell Wilson of , ty, she was a daughter HOLLIDAY Hinton, Woodrow Wilson of teWalter p. and Rosa James I. Holliday, 51, of Sweet Springs, sisters, Mrs. [.'Wling. " Lewisburg, died Friday night at Lettie Hedrick of Poca, Miss L "'vgers bad lived the the Beckley Veterans hosPital Evelyn Wilson of Hinton; 20 [' rt of her life in Him long illness. f,was a member of the after a grandchildren; 20 great- grand- Ptist Church in Hinton. Born April 25, 1927 at Grassy children. .s.hand, Robert C. Rog- Meadows, he was a son of the Services were held at 2 p.m. LT" In September 1978. late Cleve and Thena Howell Monday in Dodd-Payne Funeral Il Holliday. Home, Fayetteville, with the hs include two sons, A 31- year resident of Lewis- Rev.Bill Menefee and the Rev. |.. of Richmond, Va., burg, Mr. Holliday was a mere- L.A. Garten officiating. Burial i Caas j. of Hender- ber of the Calvery United Meth- followed in the High Lawn brother, Murrell Bowl- edist Church' and a former Memorial Park, Oak Hill. ton; two sisters, Mrs. employee 0,f Bill Lewis Motors. WYKLE SERVICES fOYer and mrs Paul- Survivors include his wife, q Services for Mr. James Dor- !, both of Statesville, Mildred B. Holliday; one son, sey Wykle, 70, were held at 11 L t fou r grandchildren. Wayne of Lewisburg; four sis- a.m. Saturday in the Ronald ly will be cremated, ters, Mrs. Lola Burns of Fair- Meadows Funeral Parlors in LI Meadows Funeral lea, Mrs. Laura Blankenship of Hinton with the Elder A.L. :  ltinton is in charge of eents. Hinton, Mrs. Pearl Champ of Neely officiating. Burial follow- Layland and Mrs. Lorine With- ed in Restwood Memorial Gar- NEELY row of Ronceverte; two bro- dens in Hinton. for Mrs. Pearl thers , William R. of Fairlea He died Monday in a Lex- will be at 2 p.m. and Harry Holliday of Grassy ington, Virginia Hospital. in the Ronald Mead- Meadows and three grand- BRYDIE Parlors in Hinton children. Robert B. Brydie, 77, of Hin- A.L. Neely and Services were held at 2 p.m. officiating Bur- Monday at the Calvary United ton died Thursday in a Clifton Forge, Va., hospital after a long the Neely Cede- Methodist Church with the Rev. illness. Branch. Ben Simmers in charge. Bur- died at 9:45 a.m. ial followed in the Wallace sieHesystemWaS employeeand wasfathememberCbes" a Beckley hospital Memorial Cemetery at Clinton- of the Brotherhood of Railway illness, ville, and Airline Clerks. Mr. Bry- CANTERBURY v. 9, 1891, in Sum- Mrs. Carnie Grey Canterbury, die was a member of the First she was a daugh- 80, of Minden, Fayette County, Baptist Church Of Hinton and lae Chapman and died Saturday in Pinecrest Hos- the Masons. Farley. pital, Becldey. Surviving: wife. Fare: son 10 cents R R Car Severe Hazard Here ! Hinton City Council met Tues- day evening with Mayor Bill Humphreys, Council woman Ruth Pivont, Councilman Stuart Oxley, Pat Jordan and B.W. Crane in attendance. Council approved a request for a small decorative overhang for Brier's Furniture at their new location. Council also app- roved the Levy Estimate for Fiscal Year 1979- 80 and the City Budget for the same period. Mayor Bill. Humphreys said the city stood to loose several CETA employees including most of the emergency services dispatchers, two policemen and three firemen. The city hopes to pick up at least seven of the employees on the regular pay- roll. Hinton Fire Chief Ray Piv- ont asked that a letter be written to the C&O Railroad concerning the handling of haz- erdous materials. According to Pivont a recent accident down- river from Hinton left a rail- road tank car carrying liquid propane gas with a leak. The car was moved to the Avis yard while still loaded and leaking according to the Fire Chief. He asked that the Fire Department be notified when a potentially dangerous situation arises. Stuart Oxley said a housing project on 17th Ave. was well underway and the city could look forward to better, housing in the future. Council app roved the February list of bills and Financail Statement and the meeting was adjourned. Subscribe Robert of Wilmington, N.C. and sister, Mrs. James Gee of Ken- bridge, 'Virginia. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Ronald Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. D.D. Elwell officiating. Burial with Masonic rites followed in Restwood memorial Gardens. BUCKLAND Services for Mr. Jaekie J. Buckland, 44, of Route 5, Blue- field will be at 11 a.m. Tues- day in the Cravens-Shires Fun- eral Home chapel in Bluefield With the Revs. John J. Rhine- hart and Earl Ward officiating. Burial will be in the Rose- lawn Cemetery in Princeton. Mr. Buckland was pronounc- ed dead on arrival Saturday at a Bluefield hospital of an app- arent heart attack. Born Aug. 21, 1934, Belle- point, he was a son of the late Frank T. Buckland and Ethel Meadows. A Air Force veteran, Mr. Buckland had lived in Bluewell three years, was employed by the Tyott- Boone Co. in Taze- well, Va., was a Baptist and was graduated from Bluefield State College. Survivors include his wife, Shirely Belcher Buckland; one son, Jeff, and one daughter, Cathy, both at home; four bro- thers, Frank P. Jr of Saint Maria Calif., Jarol H. of Fort Wayne, Ind., Darrell D. of Mor- gantown, N.C., and Gary W. of Bluewell, and three sisters, Mrs. Virginia Meador and Mrs. Joyce Rhodes, beth of Talcott, and mrs. Linda Greenlief of Louisville, Ky. Commissioner Bill Gore (left) discusses the bud- get of the Sheriff's Department with Kay Cox of that department while Mrs. D.R. Brumit, wife of Chief Deputy D.R. Brumit, listens to Commis- sioner Marvin Lacy in the background. Budget Includes Six? The Summers County comm- ission held a public hearing Tuesday evening on the pro- posed budget for fiscal year 1979-. 80. In an opening state- ment Commission President Billy Joe Edwards said that the budget was a "serious situation ,t. He indicated that the county only has a certain amount of money available and they had "to expend these (dollars) to the best advantage of every- body". He added, "The gov- ernment is supposed.., to prov- ide a set'vice that the people can't provide for themselves." The budget is divided into three parts, the first being taxation which is based on ass- essments on real and personal property by the county assess- or, certain fees and charges and state grants. Total projected income in the coming fiscal year is $496,543. Part two- coal severance ta x , is expected to yield an income of eight th- ousand dollars, all of which has been budgeted to the Office of the County Clerk for new In- dex books. Part three- revenue sharing should yield the county $237, 643. The projected total income Livestock Bluegrass Market Inc. Sat- urday March 17, 1979. 457 head of livestock sold to 125 buyers amounting to $101,070.76. Heifers: Good, 62.00-65.00; Standard, 56.00- 59.00; Utility, 51.00- 57.50. Stocker & Feeder: Choice, 84.00- 85.00; Good, 74.00- 78. 25; Medium, 71.75- 73.75; Common, 66.00. Steer Calves: Choice, 94.00- 97.00; Good, 89.00- 93.00; Med- ium, 78.00- 88.00. Heifer Calves: Choice, 84.00- 89.00; Good, 76.00- 82.00; Med- ium, 66.00- 75.50. Veal Calves: Choice, 98,00; Medium, 81.00- 67.00. Bulls: Commercial & Good, 62. 25; Cutters, 56.75; Light Bulls 56.00- 85.00. Bull Calves: BH CWT, 66.00- 105.00. Baby Calves: 25.00- 156.00. Cows: Commercial: 51.50- 54. 25; Utility, 45.00- 49.75; Can- ner & cutter, 6.00- 44.50. Cows: CalvesBH; 530.00- 670. 00. BH , 270.00- 535.00. Hogs: NO. 1, 46.50- 48.75; No. 2, 43.50- 46.00; No. 3, 40.00- 52.00; Sows, 40.00- 46.25; Boars, 34.00- 66.00; Pigs & Shoats, BH, 7.50- 60.00; Ponies, BH, 6.00- 56.00. Sheep & Lambs: Red, 32.00- 59.00. Ewes,. CWT, 13.00- 33.50; Ewes, & Lambs, 49.00; Bucks, Cwt, 20.00- 28.00. Baby Lambs, B.H. 11.00. 15.00 Baby Goats, BH, 16.00- 34.00; Goats BH, 8.00- 24.00. for the county for fiscal year A spectator commented that 1979- 80 then is $742,186. "these men risk their lives, he Of this amount the sheriff's won't have any damned dep- department including Tax and uties on that salary". Further law enforcement divisions and questioning of the commission- the jail have been allotted ers resulted only in that the $148,148. $65832 of this is set as sheriff was responsible for his salary and wages for all de- department and this was the puties and jailors, dollar amount of his budget. When asked if this amount Commissioner Marvin Lacy was for six deputies and four summed up with." He can give jailors as requested by the it all to one and work with that if Sheriff's Department and sev- he wants to." eral citizens, Edwards said the On the brighter side the corn  number of deputies and jail- mission allotted $30 thousand to ors was undetermined; that the the county's rural fire depart- Sheriff could employ however many persons this amount would allow. But Commissioner Bill Gore indicated that the commission had figured on six deputies and four jailors, al- though one of the field de- puties would actually be funded by the state through the STEP Program which expires in May, 1980. ments, a move Mike Cooper, Captain of the JB- Nimitz Vol- unteer Fire Department lauded as a vast improvement over the $1000 allocation of three years ago. The only other budget item that drew any criticism was an allotment of $24,897 to the Cir- cuit Clerk's Office. Clerk Edith M. "Millie" Meador asked, "Is there some way not obvious to me that you're making an all- owance for the increase in the work load with an additional judge?" The question apparently never was answered directly, but Edwards said that there would not necessarily be ah increase since the court docket has always been overloaded and sometimes trials were set over to a second or third term of court. He said that instead of papers being served two or three times, now they would only have to be served once A deputy commented after the meeting, "That's like saying its cheaper to have two cars be- cause you don't use as much gas." All figures contained herein are unofficial. The final budget will be carried in the Hinton News under Legal Advertising at a later date. Contestants Vie Seventeen contestants sign up for Junior Miss Program from Summers County. The 6th annual Junior Miss Program sponsored by the Hinton Jaycees and Jaycee- ettes will be held at the Hinton High School Auditorium May 5th and 6th, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. A Tea honoring the girls and their parents was held at the Miller Memorial Methodist Chruch on March 16th. Unable to attend, so they are not shown in the picture. They are Debble Helton, Sherry Burroughs and Diane Meadows. From left seated, Teresa Ballard, Renee Cook, Beckey Davis, Becca Richmond, Eva Atkins and Kayetta Cannon. Standing, Mary Richmond, Penny Sowder, Teresa Smith, Melanie'Campbell, Jayne Reid, Angle randall, Kim Bennett and Shirley Jones. Last years two equal winners won each $500.00 cash scholar- ships $200.00 savings bond and a trophy. First Runner Up received $250.00 Cash and $150.00 savings bond and trophy. Junior Miss Ambass- ador a $I00.00 savings bond and trophy. Spirit of Junior Miss received $I00.00 savings bond and a trophy. Scholastic winner received $I00.00 savings bond and a one year renewable scholar- ship to W. Va. Tech and Creative & Performing Arts winner received $I.00 savings Bond and a one year renewable scholarship to Concord College. - THE LEADER i Year--No 178 Ilinton. g ,.st l irginia Thursday April 5, 1979 ]0 cents Director Hired R RCar  Board be rural but cam.ra's motion S,'] IIt eve e DE "Jtm" The Board did, hever, fin-  Levy timate, budgel and Hazard Here aga bucked diedforlkofaond Theboardapprovedthe1979 ...... lly hiPurJnlntmver asecSreEmtarEyA sovhoe<ltalrdla arfldviaclO e aj.np+ actually was traitor, amen as Prlneipal of pipe- HintonCityCouneilmetTu- ,eedfromthelMCeaterwhe st Elementary and Ibelo day ening with may Bin she was ctaased as a Secret. IlerasAide [ll, Earlyild. at+y I u.der state gmdelin, heed Program, at pipmstem . Her new PCRion [s cla as a m:m,m ,:ALFmAX 1979-IS0 L1,or Dy. Sept. 3 stoat .ro11t, sop,. 4 (*Aprit  ms bc dc up h 2 nght orkhop :=:7o";."+YoTu ...................... fo,,llty me.tings bcgng with he 2rid =onth) agot 29 ................................ I SESSIHS: August 30, 31. ^pril . Jut,e 9  10 to I^YS: wo vlultatton nt#ts CO be lsnovt,,'d ..... (Paid) Sp . 3, Labor Day: Nov. 12, Veterans ....................................... Subscribe Huorlal [laY; Jutle 3, PrimlY3 Electlol, ..... : Area Obituaries Hphreys. Cecil woman Ruth PivonL Cocflman Start Oxley, Pat Jordoa and BW Craae i atten CeU approved  uL for a +m.lL doratJw owh.ng tar Bner's Vurniture at tr new IaUo=, ei al app mved the tvy Um.te tar Viscal Vr 1'-  andt City uaget for 1he me red mayor Bil ltumghys ld the cty st to Ie severa CTA mploy mclmng mt or the emergcy i dispatche, two licemn aud t' [iramen. 'le city  to pick up .t let eve. o the Hmton w Chf y Pv- ant asked that a letter be written to the C&O aitrond concelng the handling o[ haz- Ious matedats According to river from HinlO left a rail. rd tank car r+lng hquid propane gas with a leak, T'ae car was med to the Avis yard while still loaded and Iking acrding Io [he Fi Chief He asked that [he Fire Der tml be notified when a potentially daagernm situation ari Sturl Osley said a hoeing jl on [Tth Ave was ell underway attd lhe oily could Ik orard to bette hm in the future, Council app ed the February list of bills and Pinanil Statement and the mtblg ws ad jour n. lltl IoGP M', Nly wH a Llfelo She was a fomer h+l hertofWllmington, NC an d nEe  idt of Summers Catty teacher in Summe .nd man- tter, Mm Jam Ca+ or Ken- ' m,n, of a atat the Baptist rcoti, i , ta..foerlyoHi.- Seic will be at 2 pro. latp.m AprUaSn Cheh Svtving: ughter, im b+ie, Virglnia Her hlmnd, Brady Nly," Naomi Owl.n, Mrs. W.nda Set.day in P.mald Mda P Cemeter in Hint+n ded m Vebry lm0 Kzl and M. Ida M.e runeral Home, Hints, with the v Bray It. Wck- Sivo i,,dmle e ., Doad, alloOakHll,mm mary Pay. D.I). mlw orficlatiog. lanng. roB. pllyofJumpimCBrah; IIl of San Vi, m= Bu,al wth masonic rit e  a tlenden,di at n Nc,am one si+ter, M. One Gwmn of Ima Ny of l+aleigh, PIC., ll ta Rmtwoc<l mamori.l mmatn.gill.. Hinton; three r.dehnar+n M, mLa+ Wt of ve+ ar and two grit granhUdr+n wd, bthem, tmwad Wiln BVCXLAro arch 4, , n m- eF Baneng, Imll Wilm of e mr M Jaekie J LtY, he was a daughter InOLI+mA'+ Hmtan, Wmdrow Wln of Bbektand, 44. of Iute S, Blu le Wlter p. and R Jam I. ttomday, m, of Swat Sriags, siate, Mm. held will b+ at n am ut. m:l, Iwisborg dedFrmayn+ghtat lttie Itedrtek of P, mi dayJntheCrav-shiPan. d tved the the mcklay Vet+ram hptat 1 Home uhel in mneld rt of h Itte m Hn  a memher of the at a lang +ltn. Zveyn WII. of mntaa: 2O gandchlldn:grt geand- wtmthelvs JohnJ. mme- 'lkt Chh in Hinto. Barn April , lm7 at Gravy ehildr, hart and Parl Wa,l ofieanng, L Mda tmwaofthe S+icweheldatpm, Blal win be m the ram+- mbm4, Ib+bart C. Rug- late Cle ad Tnena wen mondaylnL'<J,-paynelr,mal la Cm+tm'y m prancers+ I September a Itonty. He, Fayettevme, with me mr Bmand was pronoe- 0r+ incline two , A 31- yr ldet of Les Rv.mU Men and the ev. +d and on amvJ Sm.ntay at a Rehmand, Va., borg, mr. ttomy was a men- L.A Oarten omatmg, etl Bluield httal at .n app J. of H herotheCalveyUnltmlMem renewed m the High Lawn atlmartattk. Umr, M..-eell BOwl- 't; odt+t (b cud a former memorial Park, Oak rml Im aug 1, lea4, eeU er and , pa.V emplny 0t Bill Le+s Mnte WVKI+E SEaVlCZS point, he w a n at Um late two sist, Mrs , both at rear.vine Siv include hs wire. Sale or Mr Jam Ir. Frank T. Bmand and Ethel mtmr4 B Uomdayl one , y Wykle, 0, w held at n Meadu. to r.ndhUdren. Wayne of mwibm'g; o 1.- am Set.tray m he ld A Air Fo rob+ran, Mr. Wtllbetl. tea, mrs LolBm'nofFar" Meadow, Vuneral Parlo tu BueklandhadlZvdmmwU Ida al ea mrs t+ura Bta.kenshipot Hinton wth the Elder A,L, thr ears, WaS moy.d by uatnclmrg+c+ mton M. prL Champ at NlyofficiaU,g BiI l- me l'yatt- B.e Co. in 'ra- l++mm, Laylandandmm IrneW h- edtnRtwomartaLGar" well, Va.,wapUmam+w m "Ltm m t+lmLy row at neavertel twa b dens m rome., 'aduat f Bluene]d Stab+ a f mr. Prl the Wmiam a or Fairl He died Monday tn a Lax. Celtic ' , Will be at X p.m. and Harry Homey of Gy mgto., Vtrgnm HpLtal Sm+tV ttmtmi+ hm wife,  the P.aLd Md- mowa and  grand- BRVVm Shtly mer Buemana: one I Parl m m.tm emla.'e.. Itobt B. Brdie, , of ran- s, Joft. and e dam, A, NLy a Sm'v we held at 2 p.m. ton died llmrmy in a Cliaon Cathy, both at home; to tro- y oftictt,m. B+ Monttay at U Cmvary t)mt+d For,Va.,hmptalatt.la.g the, Prank p. Jr. o( S.lnt MetlmtchurchwiththeP.ev +llnw. Mar Cat++,, J.L H. o Fort . In the Nly Cem B Ss In elmme. Bur- '8 re'auth. Ite wemployot Um Chm- Way. ind..In+fret] I) or m. Ydledal:a.m. tel tetlow+d in the Wallace sieSystemdwHamlmr nto,N,C.,amtGar'yW at  Imkmy Memat cmetery at Citroen- o the ethhoml at railway mw, and mm sL+tam. ho+pital ,., + ..................................... ca,.+,, she was a datt" M. Carnie GY CnterbuW, die w a mher of the Fit Joy Rhode, both of Taltt, o, of Minden, Fayette cowry, Baptt Chh of Hinton and and m. Linda Greene# of  lalte Chapman and dedSaturdaytnpintH- theMa. Louisville. Ky. W.n r" I y ItaS, Bmay stvlne: wt. +'ave: n ommissioner Bl[ldeft) dilhe bud. Chief Deputy DR BmZt, ]iste to Commis getortheSheriW. IrartmentwtthKayCoxor soner man ey m the baekgd. thai department wmle M D.R Brumit. wife of Budget Includes Six? The Summe Cnly Carom- for the county for flal year A spectator commented that here me way t ubviom to t+on held a mle hring I?- m th i 4.IP.S "the men risk theb lw, he me that y' makmg  .U- 't+,mmlay evening on tim p O mm mont the shfr's won't Imve .By dand dep uwanee t the tne in abe posed budget for nsca yr d+partmenl ineludln Tax and utl  that alar", Further work Id with  aadtonat 1- m tn an opening slat law ufarcemt division+ and qutinning ot the commlLon- judge?" merit Cnmmlion IiaL mlt. J Edward* id that the dm wa. a "s mtuannn " He indicat that the ty only h a camm amour of moey avable and they had "to exnd th t nal to th best advantage o every y" H .dd, "The gnv. eminent is sups, Io pv- ide a rviee mat the people can't provida fur themtw " e bget ts divided into th Parts, the t he,rig taxation bi s bed o. .- smems o. real and nonl prulrty by the coumy ass er,cerai f and ch.rg aed atate gram+ Total p'ted i.me n me coming +iscal yr is ,,m Part twu- c everance tax, s expl to yield an income or eit th- oand dollam, at1 o whZch ha. budget. to me Omee or Prt mrs- venue arin shautd yieLd the ealty ,7.  'he LOj'd totaL mme Livestock Bluegra Market I Sat- day march t, t9. + head d l,tk Id to ls buye standard, ,iio. ,,oo; Utility, moo SV.0 Stoker & Fe: Chei, me steer Calw: choice, s+.m. Heifer Calv: Lloi, 4.0 Vl Calv: Choir, m.oo; MecU, m. av,. BulL: Ceremonial & C.cod.  ; Cmt, 7; hight Bs  .0. L Calv: BI CWT, S+ tco Cows: Cemmeta]: 51 54 ooCows: CalwBH; 0 0. ml, mo .oo. llo: NO, I, 'm. ,ms; No. , 4, 4oo; No. a, ,.a ,co- 2.; Sows, o. e.; Boa, aoe- *o.oo; Pm, BH, S mU0. .00, Ewe, CWT, leO0- ,350 Baby Lam, B.H. n IS, Baby Costs, BH, 1am- .0o; the jail haPe been allotted em resulted anty in that the The qtion apaatly tl+B.14,.lSalofmltst a+ shriU*as rrspomible +or hi* never w.s amp+red dtly, salary and wag (or aZJ de- departmt and thb+ w.s the but rod+aries id th.t th utle nd ado dollar .mount of his budget. uld t nerity tm a When asked lr this anent Commoner Man Lacy I.a+theuttocket was rot six dapuli and rn smmeduvwlth." neon l haaalw.psb.uwl<mdedand jailurs as requited by the itatnoo.eandrkwtthttmtlf metLmtratsove. ShertWa l)epamne.t and soy- he wants to." to a +o,,a  thmt te of eralmzen.,gdwardssadthe Onmebrtghtersid+thecom" court Uetdttmttdur number oF dputies and jail mlsslonaUotmdm0thowndto mmlm being ed two oe n was undetermmed; th.t the the cou.ty's +J tt depart- tb tim. now they ud Sheriff could employ however monte, a leave Mike Cper. o.ly havetobe ed  ^ ma.y peon, ths amnunt Captam oF the JB- mmitz Vol- deputy ,mment citer th wuuldalZo I+utcommisslu.er u.trlireOep.rtmenltaudod mmgr"That'slmeyintlim mU Gore indicated mat the savamimproveme.toverthe chper tn hve t ca he- .remission had ngmlen six $000 allatiun at th yearn cause yuu da't   mh dputies and to jaila ab ago gas" though o.e oF the tieZd de- The .ny other budget tem All rgur ctai.ed benin puliouldactuallybetd thatdrewanycrmcismwaan auuofficiaI, TheBaabuet by the state thmgh he STEP allutmen of *4,as ta arm Cir- wm be carried in the mntn. Prnmm which exp m May, eutt Clerk's Once Cterk Edith News u,,er a Advertb+mg t<m m,+'Mm+e"Meadoraskd,"Is t. Imer d.te Contestants Vie