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LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMON OF WEST at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 30th day ,1979. L 79-070-G-GI GAS OF WEST VIRGINIA, INC., for authority to cancel against providing stored I new customers and the service has loads for existing customers. churches kS , on February 28i 1979, Columbia Gas of West&apos; ce was cot:!nc. ' a corporation, filed an applicant for authority to al. BaptllSting restrictions against providing service to new )ril 1, 19"/  d the service of additional loads for existing Anderso. , Lating. _#|tEREFORE, ORDERED that the matters involved ers . . _aSet for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing 'enes jom,[the Canitol in the City of Charleston on the 1st day at n in extep,J, at 930 a m, EDST, at-which time and place the ;. and Mr[t'all annear and prosecute said application. Leave is : .Jani.,c.anted to'anyone interested' to file objection to .said and son;n at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. tion folIoV'URTHER ORDERED that:theapplicant, Columbia Gas lVirinia Inca cornoration give notice of the filing of .lio.- ' "' -'-- " b rication and of the time and place of said hearing y | l a copy of this order in a neWspaper published and of ) I in each bf thd Couries of Barbour, Braxton, i Grant, Hancock, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Ohio, Preston, Randolph, Rit- Upshur, Wetzel, Boone, Cabeil, Calhoun, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Monroe, Putnam, Raleigh, Raane, Summers, and Wyoming, once a week for two (2)successive :first publication to be made not more than thirty (30) A MAN'S WORLD Women know their place in Japan By JOHN GILMORE Copley News Service KYOTO -- My first visit to Japan was more shocking than I'd expected. It wasn't Tokyo -- that city of millions with mazes of streets and too few street signs -- which sent shivers down my spine. It wasn't the bUildings whose addresses make no sense because they're numbered according to the date of construction, not in sequence as they are at home. Nor was I horrified by the pushers who shove commut- ers into train cars, occasion- ally dislocating a shoulder -- or so, I had read somewhere in my preparations. It wasn't even some of the Japanese food that gave me quivers -- food like raw squid, octopus, eel, horse mackerel and chrysan. themum leaves. Nor was I surprised by the 125-tulle-an-hour bullet trains, more than a hundred a day passing through any one Of a number of statlons In Tokyo -- all on time. It was the women -- those obedient and submissive Jap- anese women who sent me than fifteen (15) days prior to the 1st day of May, into a tizzy. Japanese women due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. . know how to treat their men -- with love and care They. pamper. There are no Helen Reddys or BeLla Abzugs in this country, al- though I must sadly admit that situation Is changing. But sexism still reigns here, enoughso that even the mlld- est feminist would fume. The first hint I got of this was on our visit to the Yoshl- kawa Inn, s ryokan or Japa- nese.style inn, in this ancient imperial cavltal. When we arrived, waiting outside to greet us were the proprietor Yasuo Tanaka and his help, which Included three maids. The eldest, Who must have been at least 70, and the smallest -- all 4 feet, 11 inches of her -- dragged our luggage to the room, which overlooked a lush gar- den. We made ourselves com- fortable while the .younger maid brought hot towels and sweet rice cakes to refresh us from the journey. Shortly, we wandered into another pri- vate room for 'a special tem- pura dinner. Each dish was presented by a kneeling, kimono-clad woman who gracefully ma- nipulated her full sleeves, and bowed and giggled a lot. While we were dining, other maids were busy un- rolling the futons -- padded quilt beds -- on the flOor of our room and arranging ev- erything for our comfort for the night. But the real servlce the perfect pampering, we would soon learn, comes from the geisha. Geishas look like exotic dolls, dressed in beautlful kimonos, with faces painted white to highlight luminous eyes. Contrary to the beliefs of many Westerners, all geishas are not prostitutes, although, In certain places, arrange. ments may be made for such services. Geishas spend years learn- ing the fine, arts of grooming, posture, conveation and entertainment.- They are bright and well-educated The ones we .saw were also trim, graceful, soft-spoken and pretty. They sing, dance, draw and write poetry with beauti- ful calligraphy. One friend talked inces- santly about Meiko, a geisha, who before entertaining in the evening spent the entire day at the hair dresser after her morning music lesson. Geishas not only :slng and dance, they .must also laugh at all the corny jokes told by a group of flirtatious, slightly inebriated gentlemen. This is part of making the men feel wise and witty and is consid- ered good for bealth and hap- piness. In Japan, takingcare of a home and children is still the No. I career for women. Ac- cording to the Japanese male, a good wife stays up until her husband returns home from a night out with friends, no matter how late he may be. Ladies are seldom first at mlythg. Traditionally, they walk three steps behind their men. They are-never put on a pedestal to "be admired. Womn even help men on with'their coats. Spch pampering! t .Beppu, on Kyushu Isldnd, we sampled another kind of pampering. The Japa- nese bath. Ab, the mysteries of public ba.thlng in Japan! Where else can you soal: in a mol fined with lush flow- ers, or be covered in hot sand or coffee beans? Where else could you avoid scurvy by immersing in a pineapple or banana bath? Slnce I was adequately supplied with vitamin C, I couldn't stand the idea of being buried In sand, and feared the coffee bath might keep .me awake. I opted for the flower bath at the Suglnoi Hotel. COpy TESTE: M. Cunningham Secretary Apr. 19 & 26 Lega<Notiee i:// SERVICE . !/ine, ,slmil appear and present its direct testimony on the followihg interim issues: I. Rate of Return 2. Consolidated Federal In- by the PUBLIC come Taxes COMMISSION OF 3. Investment Tax Credit at the Cap- 4. Methodology used to cal- of Charleston on culate snythetlc gas costs of April, 1979. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 79-088-G-42-T that Columbia Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a corporation, GAS OF WEST file ten (10) copies of its dir- INC., act testimony on the above in- terim issues with the Execut- matter of increased ive Secretary of this Commis- charges, sion on or before April 20, 1979. Said testimony on interim iss- ues should be segregated from the 21st day of the bulk of direct testimony for Columbia Gas of the remaining issues. Leave is Inc., a corpor- hereby granted to any person O r for filing revi- orporation to file itspetition to sheets reflecting in- intervene or protest at any time rates and charges of prior to o on, the date of. said $13,613,000 for  hearing. ; gas service to app- IT IS FURTHERED customers in ORDERED that Columbia Gas of West Virginia, to of West Virginia, Inc. a car- effective April 30, 1979. loration, give notice of the ,THEREFORE, ORD- filing of the aforesaid tariff lat Columbia Gas of changes and of the time and Inc., a corpo- place of hearg thereon by land it hereby is, made pesfingia copy 0fd1|s order in a to this proceeding conspicuous place" where bills investigation , for gas service are paid for a and decision thereon, period of at least fourteen (14) revised tariff sh- days prior to the llth day of they hereby are, May, 1979, for public inspection, and the use of the and by publishing a copy of this :harges stated there- order twice in newspapers pub- for the maximum lished in each of the Counties of At a Japanese bath, howev- er, you eat before you leap. I slipped into a starchy kimono -- a yukata -- and softly padded slippers, while maids served tea and rice cakes. I admired the dexteri- ty of their service while pond- ering the cause of their gig- gles. Somehow, they maw aged to communicate-- Japa- nese custom calls for folding .) Thurs. April/26, 1979 Leader-5 Legal Notice Legal Notice CITY OF HINTON PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 8, 1979 LOCATION OF VOTING PRE- CENTS " PRECINCT NUMBER 4. Riverview School 5. O.M. Vass Residence, 8 8th Avenue 6.Library, Ballengee Street P the kimono left over right  7. CRy Hall mine, carefully done right't0 8 Memorial Building left -- is only for the dead!  . 9. G4eenbrier School 10. Avis School 11: Bellepoint School Note: City residents who are registered in Precinct No. 13 ( Armory) will vote at Rallepoint School in City Elections. West Virginh University " unmm umU The flower bath and dream bath -- complete with a foot bridge and a slide as wide as a two-lane road -- are nestled In a building the size of an airplane hangar, complete with tropical plants, palm trees and ferns. Men and women bathe sep- arately, although a number of spas in Japan feature mixed bathing. You can hear the trickle of water running through the lush foliage as you first soap and rinse in preparation for soaking in the deep, hot water of the pool-like tubs. There ls a slight odor of sulfur as you step into the hot, blue water. But the smell and all your assorted aches and pains soon disappear In the soothing waters. By the time I was ready to get out, my whole body was done to a medium rare -- and more than a little pink. Outside, a few brave busi- nessmen, dressed in full- length kimonos, were lying in a narrow, shallow ditch with towels tucked under their heads. Sand was being shoveled on them -- soft, warm, heavy sand which Imparts a sensu- ous pleasure, they say. HOME A6111OULYUOE . YOUTH By Robert M. Baber If it's your pleasure, you $981.Thetop-sellingbuilwasan can have the same treatment Angus consigned by the Mead- with pineapples, bananas or ow Farm of Petersburg, which coffee beans, sold for $3,500. ..SELENIUM APPROVED - Museum Displays Collection ..BULL SALE SUMMARY- A total of 151bulls were sold in the Performance- Tested Bull Sale at Wardensville on March 22. The 151 head averaged $1,340 each. 'he breakdown by breeds was as follows: 84 Angus bulls av- eraged $1,431; 32 Polled Here- ford averaged $1,025; 3 Here- ford averaged $1,667; 6 Char- olais averaged $1,362; 19 Sire- mental Cross averaged $1,362; 2 Limousin averaged $1,150; 1 Murray Gray averaged $800; 4 Maine- Anjou Crosses averaged Recently the Food and Drug Administratin (FDA) approved the use of supplemental sele- nium in cattle rations. Prev- iously the only way to provide supplemental selenium was by injection. This could be good news to West Virginia diary- men since home- grown for- ages and grains have been found to be low in this rain- i markings and identities, a swapper's column, information on regional .thimble collector get- togethers, letters from members to the "Mail .Bag", . eral, said Dr. Robert E. James, WVU Extension Service diary specialist. The level approved by FDA is .1 ppm added selenium in the total ration of forage and con- centrates ( 1.ppm- .02 lb.- ton of feed). Higher levels are per- mitted in dairy concentrates and mineral mixes that make up only part of the total rat- ion. For concentrates, added selenium should not exceed .2 ppm on a dry matter basis. The symptoms associated with a selenium deficiency in cows are increased frequency oi retained placenta, utewrine in- feciton, and downer cow pr blems. Calves and heifers def- icient in selenium are more susceptible to pneumonia, sc. ours# white muscle disease an poor weight gains. Selenium can be toxic t cattle. When selenium is con. sumed at levels of 3 to 5 ppm animals may exhibit blind st, aggers, loss of hair, hoof or foot abormallties, and in some cases death due to respiratory fail- ure. If selenium is added to the die L injectable forms of selen- ium should not be used unles prescribed by the veterinarian For weeks we have discussed and examined various thimbles of great value and detail. Now you can see some of those and many, many more exquisite thimbles at an exhibit at the Henry Morrison Flagler Mus- eum in Palm Beach, Florida, from April 28 through May 27, 1979. The Collector's Circle, a thim- ble collecitng club that is truly dedicated to bringing the ex- citing world of thimble collect- ing to you, the public, is arr- anging for this fabulous dis- plays. There will be collectors showing their private collect- ions at this exhibit. Many will be from Florida, including my own extensive collection. You'll also be able to see on exhibit some of the famous th-. imbles we've talked about here -- and many with very special meaning. For instance, Peter Swingler's "Skilled Hands for Independence" thimble which was presented to Mrs. George exhibit-each with lots of hist- ory and interesting facts. It's a display NOT to be missed. . The Collector,s Circle, which all0ws:pe0ple from all over the worldto share their thimble love d interest has many attributes. No matter whether you just started to collect or have as many as a thousand thimbles in your collectin, a Collector's Circle membership will heighten your enjoyment of your own thimble collection and bring special knowledge about others. A membership brings you an exclusive issue Collector's Circle Thimble, a membership certificate, period- ic announcements of specially commissioned collector's thim- bles, limited editons and much more. You also get a sub- scription to the quarterly Coll- ector's Circle Gazette, a pub- licaiton featuring the history of thimble making past and pre- sent, famous thimble collect- ions in museums questions and General of the Daughters of. the American Revolution ( D:A: R.) onNovember 2, 1978. And you'll be able to view the much" dis- cussed, but not yet formally presented, one of it's nd, "Johnny Carson Thimble- Full= Of- Adoration" thimble. This thimble was especailly com- missioned by the Collector's Circle. It's hand cast in hall- marked sterling silver and bears a solid miniature port- rait of Johnny Carson, hand- painted in hard enamel by the famous English artist, Peter Swingler, This thimble is a sy- mbol of Johnny's magic. As a young magician he used a thimble to do his tricks-)as a T.V. personality he brings his magic of entertaining to mill- ions. It's a true symbol of thousands of thimble collecting Johnny Carson fans whose good wishes will accompany the Joh- nny Carson thimble on a "mile long roll." There will be many, many period of one hund- Barbeur, Braxton, Brooke, Upham Baylies, the President more special thimbles in this answers regarding thimble (120) days from the Doddridge, Grant, Hancock, date of April 30, 1979, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Mar- 28, 1979. Shall, Mineral, Monongalia, ORDERED Ohio, Preston, Randolph, Hitch- case has not been ie, Tucker; Upshur, Wetzel, at the expir- Boone, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, the aforesaid suspen- Gilmer, Greenbrier, Jackson,, such rates and Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, discerning. A luncheon at the the sides of trains for fear. of famous Greenbrier Buffet could being crushed as the trains lean be the highlight of any day trip. into adjoining cars on parallel It can also add to a vacation at tracks? The Greenbrier which offers i ;there will be a severe frost special golf and tennis pack- , here:in late May? One "seer" is ages during summer. The predicting that already ! .the IRS office in Ronceverte was closed for painting for the weeks prior to Apri ! 167 Just wlmn you drove over to see them? -mud is a prime problem this time of year? Mt shoppers who get to come into town only once or twice-a month say the r mUd near home keeps them there. Lilacs to: our subscribers' "Happy Easter" greetings ( for shall not Mason, Mercer, Mingo, Mon: effect until the roe, Putnam, Raleigh, Roane, has entered into a Summers, Wayne, Wood, and surety approved by Wyomingi The fwst lmblication: (which approv-. In each of the newslmpers shall given by the Chair-. be made not less than fourt- indicat- een (14):days prior to the llth me thereon) in the day of May, 1979. The second, of Thirteen Million publication in each of the news- Thousand Doll- papers shall be made not less ,700,000.00) conditioned than five (5) days prior to the refund to the persons or llth day of May, 1979. Colum- entitled thereto of the bin Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a of the excess, if any, corporation, shall make due re- at the rate of turn of said:'publication on or and three-quarters per- before the day of hearing on 11-:/4 per cent; per May '11, 1979. required by Chapter IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 2, Section 4 of the that the Secretary of the COm- West Virginia, as mission be, and he hereby is, Did you know? -the name "Hills" is now being mentioned in connection with the.shopping center? -Election day's getting closer '? Axe you registered to vote? -there's a disco contest at EcoTheaters' disco party tom- arrow night? -reading is married women's favorite leisure activity? In a recent survey of married women ( married 1 to 50 year s ) reported in "Psychology Today " 37 per cent chose reading, 26 per cent chose making love or affectional activities, and 25 per cent chose home sewing. Maybe we need a local newstand, huh? or more loving husbands? and features onmembers as "Collector of the Season". Th. ere's just so much to be gain- ed! If you would like more in- formaiton on this fabulous ex- hibit or the Collector's Circle thimble club, write to me per- sonally. Send your name, add- ress and Zipcode to Roz Bel- ford, C-O The Sewing Corner, Dept. RB- 83, 1313 South Kill- Jan Drive, Lake Park, Florida 33404. Greenbrier Buffet is $10.00 per person ( pins tax and grat- uity) for visitors. They suggest you make reservations. Is it True That ...... ? -the rails are so bad in the East Yards the men won't ride Honored On Birthday SAMPLE BALLOT For Primary Election City of Hinton, W. Vs. Tuesday, May 8, 1979 Pursuant to the provisions of Chapmt Ul, Article I, Section 6 of the Code of the State of Wet Virginia, and in accord with th primary election laws of uid state, this ballot has bee, u pre- hereby submitted to vote State of West Virginia, City of Hinton, To wit: I, Janet L. Rush, clerk- rec- order of the City of Hinton, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true and correct speciman of the Republican Ballot to be voted at the Pri- mary Election to be held Tues- day, May 8, 1979. Given under my hand this the 20th day of April 1979. Janet L. Rush, Clerk- Re- corder City of Hinton Apr. 24, May 3 Legal Notice SAMPLE BALLOT For Primary Election City of Hinton, W. Va. Tuesday, May 8, 1979 Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter lU. Article I. Section 6 of the Code of the State of West Virginia. and in accord with "hc rmary elcction laws of'saio state. Ihis ballt has b:en pre- and is hereby submitted to vote. DIOCRATIC TICKET FOR MAYOR (Vote for One) ROBERTRAsHAM,L, "plbby" David Gilbert was. honored Saturday April 14! on the occ- asion of his fourteenth birthday with a skating party at Skat- er's Haven in Hinton by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mend Gilbert. The group en- joyed games and an afternoon of Skating; The honoree open- and filed said bond directed to serve a copy of this Secretary of the Cam- Order upon Columbia Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a corpor- ation, by United States Cart- matter be set for ified Mail, return receipt re- on the interim issues to quested. In the Commission's Room at the Capitol in A TRUE COPY A'IrEST: of Charleston on the Howard M. Cunningham of May, 1979, at 9:30 ' ExecutiVe Serotary Which time and place :.Leader Apri!Ze, May 3 of West Virginia, , metal hoop on a a harp. ' :. ,  ....  : "-the World Famous Buffett Luncheon is now being served at the Greenbrier? Yes! Serv- ed daily from 12 noon to 3 p.m. in the informal atmosphere of The Greenbrier Golf Club, this elaborate buffet is a classic production of sumptuous food skillfully prepared and artfully displayed by the renowned cui- : inary staff at The Greenbrier. Diners may choose from a selection of hot and cold ent- rees, cold meats, fresh sea- foods, soups, crisp salads and cheeses from all over the world, pl 'favorite beverages and eocki.l#.. Crowning the meal is an array of delectable desserts "" to tempt and please the most David Wayne Golf will celebrated his 3rd birthday April 20th. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Golf of Pi stem. Gradpdrens 'a Mr.i Sidney Godd and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lyon of Pipestem. ,c . --]W. f. 'Bill" HUMPHREYS [ CHARLES B. RUSHFORD, SR.  THEODORE SEMBLY ' W. SIMS WICKER ' ' i FOR COUNCIl. (Vote for Four) --]JOE CONNER ---] B. W, CRANE TM, A. "Tony" GRIMMHTT - CLYDE HENSI.EY  PAT JORDAN -' COLEMAN L. LESIAE '-7 FREDERICK D. LONG " LARRY K. MEADOR r.- STUART OXLEY " RUTH PIVONT '--]DAVID QUISENBERRY . , or unless components of the ['1 J" MELVIN PLUMLEY /  , ration are analyzed for sei-  JENNY RODES David Gilbert / ium..i The": Penn State Fo'rdge. CRTIS .......... Testing Service will , "- "Curtie" SHUMATE selenite1' analysis on feeds upon . SPICER special request. ' JERRY C. Routine , selenium supple- mentation is not a cure- all for State of West Virginia, herd health problems. How- City of Hinton, To-wit: ,. ever, it may appreciaably lower the incidence of some infections I, Janet L. Rush, clerk- re-'."' and mebloic disorders. For corder of the City of Hinton, do best results, this new manage- :hereby certify that the fore-.. ed and displayed many nice ment tool must be used wise-going is a true and correct'.. gifts and refreshments were Iy, Dr. James said. For further speciman of the Democratic served to: information, contact your vet- Ballot to be voted at the Pri- i, '. Lewis and Nancy Meadows, erinarian, mary Election to be held Tues- Danny Fitzpatrick, Butch Gore, " day, May 8, 1979. David McLean, Freddy Will- Given under my hand this the' 20th day of April 1979. Janet L. Rush, Clerk- Re=.: corder Apr. 24, May 3 The Hinton News now has more iams, Tom Haryey, Shawn O' subscribers than ever I)- keep Farrell, Cheri Neal, Lori Rich- the news and views coming ! .... the not- so-glaring orange shopping center lights .... Lemons to: gravel in the roadway making it so easy to " slide" from place to place .... grocery buggies that don't roll r '-. .... - _. .._._2. ,, , , -,..-= ..-----.=-y.. .-- ,i---..f .... =. ........ =__---.-  .--... - . . ,. :: ,:/Eskimo boys at one time were forbiddento play ,ea ; 'cradle beCause in later life their fingers might become / entangled in harpoon lines as a result. Engagement mend, Beverly Richmond, Lacy Engagement and forthcoming Miller, Brian Gallagher, Brent weddingls being announced fro: Gallagher, Tom Plumley, Mary Miss Judith Irene Steele, dau- Lyons, Dawn Harvey, Kristi ghter of Mrs. Lottie M. Steele of Gore, Sylvia Mathews, Sherri Temple Street and the late Silas Mann, Medeta Miller, Charles M. Steele to Royce J. Brown, Harford and David Gilbert. son of Mrs. India B. Brown of Sixth Ave. and the late L.J. Bronw Jr. Judy is a graduate Of Hinton High School and is employed by Davis Department Store in Hin- ton. Royce is a graduate of Hinton High School and Beckley College is employed by the KrogerCom/ : : ./.: .... . .. "A 3dne,idin is 4eing:! planned: ::. ) Ittakm the fragrance of the sverage perfume four hours to fade. .i i o, J LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMON OF WEST at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 30th day ,1979. L 79-070-G-GI GAS OF WEST VIRGINIA, INC., for authority to cancel against providing stored I new customers and the service has loads for existing customers. churches kS , on February 28i 1979, Columbia Gas of West' ce was cot:!nc. ' a corporation, filed an applicant for authority to al. BaptllSting restrictions against providing service to new )ril 1, 19"/  d the service of additional loads for existing Anderso. , Lating. _#|tEREFORE, ORDERED that the matters involved ers . . _aSet for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing 'enes jom,[the Canitol in the City of Charleston on the 1st day at n in extep,J, at 930 a m, EDST, at-which time and place the ;. and Mr[t'all annear and prosecute said application. Leave is : .Jani.,c.anted to'anyone interested' to file objection to .said and son;n at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. tion folIoV'URTHER ORDERED that:theapplicant, Columbia Gas lVirinia Inca cornoration give notice of the filing of .lio.- ' "' -'-- " b rication and of the time and place of said hearing y | l a copy of this order in a neWspaper published and of ) I in each bf thd Couries of Barbour, Braxton, i Grant, Hancock, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Ohio, Preston, Randolph, Rit- Upshur, Wetzel, Boone, Cabeil, Calhoun, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Monroe, Putnam, Raleigh, Raane, Summers, and Wyoming, once a week for two (2)successive :first publication to be made not more than thirty (30) A MAN'S WORLD Women know their place in Japan By JOHN GILMORE Copley News Service KYOTO -- My first visit to Japan was more shocking than I'd expected. It wasn't Tokyo -- that city of millions with mazes of streets and too few street signs -- which sent shivers down my spine. It wasn't the bUildings whose addresses make no sense because they're numbered according to the date of construction, not in sequence as they are at home. Nor was I horrified by the pushers who shove commut- ers into train cars, occasion- ally dislocating a shoulder -- or so, I had read somewhere in my preparations. It wasn't even some of the Japanese food that gave me quivers -- food like raw squid, octopus, eel, horse mackerel and chrysan. themum leaves. Nor was I surprised by the 125-tulle-an-hour bullet trains, more than a hundred a day passing through any one Of a number of statlons In Tokyo -- all on time. It was the women -- those obedient and submissive Jap- anese women who sent me than fifteen (15) days prior to the 1st day of May, into a tizzy. Japanese women due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. . know how to treat their men -- with love and care They. pamper. There are no Helen Reddys or BeLla Abzugs in this country, al- though I must sadly admit that situation Is changing. But sexism still reigns here, enoughso that even the mlld- est feminist would fume. The first hint I got of this was on our visit to the Yoshl- kawa Inn, s ryokan or Japa- nese.style inn, in this ancient imperial cavltal. When we arrived, waiting outside to greet us were the proprietor Yasuo Tanaka and his help, which Included three maids. The eldest, Who must have been at least 70, and the smallest -- all 4 feet, 11 inches of her -- dragged our luggage to the room, which overlooked a lush gar- den. We made ourselves com- fortable while the .younger maid brought hot towels and sweet rice cakes to refresh us from the journey. Shortly, we wandered into another pri- vate room for 'a special tem- pura dinner. Each dish was presented by a kneeling, kimono-clad woman who gracefully ma- nipulated her full sleeves, and bowed and giggled a lot. While we were dining, other maids were busy un- rolling the futons -- padded quilt beds -- on the flOor of our room and arranging ev- erything for our comfort for the night. But the real servlce the perfect pampering, we would soon learn, comes from the geisha. Geishas look like exotic dolls, dressed in beautlful kimonos, with faces painted white to highlight luminous eyes. Contrary to the beliefs of many Westerners, all geishas are not prostitutes, although, In certain places, arrange. ments may be made for such services. Geishas spend years learn- ing the fine, arts of grooming, posture, conveation and entertainment.- They are bright and well-educated The ones we .saw were also trim, graceful, soft-spoken and pretty. They sing, dance, draw and write poetry with beauti- ful calligraphy. One friend talked inces- santly about Meiko, a geisha, who before entertaining in the evening spent the entire day at the hair dresser after her morning music lesson. Geishas not only :slng and dance, they .must also laugh at all the corny jokes told by a group of flirtatious, slightly inebriated gentlemen. This is part of making the men feel wise and witty and is consid- ered good for bealth and hap- piness. In Japan, takingcare of a home and children is still the No. I career for women. Ac- cording to the Japanese male, a good wife stays up until her husband returns home from a night out with friends, no matter how late he may be. Ladies are seldom first at mlythg. Traditionally, they walk three steps behind their men. They are-never put on a pedestal to "be admired. Womn even help men on with'their coats. Spch pampering! t .Beppu, on Kyushu Isldnd, we sampled another kind of pampering. The Japa- nese bath. Ab, the mysteries of public ba.thlng in Japan! Where else can you soal: in a mol fined with lush flow- ers, or be covered in hot sand or coffee beans? Where else could you avoid scurvy by immersing in a pineapple or banana bath? Slnce I was adequately supplied with vitamin C, I couldn't stand the idea of being buried In sand, and feared the coffee bath might keep .me awake. I opted for the flower bath at the Suglnoi Hotel. COpy TESTE: M. Cunningham Secretary Apr. 19 & 26 Lega<Notiee i:// SERVICE . !/ine, ,slmil appear and present its direct testimony on the followihg interim issues: I. Rate of Return 2. Consolidated Federal In- by the PUBLIC come Taxes COMMISSION OF 3. Investment Tax Credit at the Cap- 4. Methodology used to cal- of Charleston on culate snythetlc gas costs of April, 1979. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 79-088-G-42-T that Columbia Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a corporation, GAS OF WEST file ten (10) copies of its dir- INC., act testimony on the above in- terim issues with the Execut- matter of increased ive Secretary of this Commis- charges, sion on or before April 20, 1979. Said testimony on interim iss- ues should be segregated from the 21st day of the bulk of direct testimony for Columbia Gas of the remaining issues. Leave is Inc., a corpor- hereby granted to any person O r for filing revi- orporation to file itspetition to sheets reflecting in- intervene or protest at any time rates and charges of prior to o on, the date of. said $13,613,000 for  hearing. ; gas service to app- IT IS FURTHERED customers in ORDERED that Columbia Gas of West Virginia, to of West Virginia, Inc. a car- effective April 30, 1979. loration, give notice of the ,THEREFORE, ORD- filing of the aforesaid tariff lat Columbia Gas of changes and of the time and Inc., a corpo- place of hearg thereon by land it hereby is, made pesfingia copy 0fd1|s order in a to this proceeding conspicuous place" where bills investigation , for gas service are paid for a and decision thereon, period of at least fourteen (14) revised tariff sh- days prior to the llth day of they hereby are, May, 1979, for public inspection, and the use of the and by publishing a copy of this :harges stated there- order twice in newspapers pub- for the maximum lished in each of the Counties of At a Japanese bath, howev- er, you eat before you leap. I slipped into a starchy kimono -- a yukata -- and softly padded slippers, while maids served tea and rice cakes. I admired the dexteri- ty of their service while pond- ering the cause of their gig- gles. Somehow, they maw aged to communicate-- Japa- nese custom calls for folding .) Thurs. April/26, 1979 Leader-5 Legal Notice Legal Notice CITY OF HINTON PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 8, 1979 LOCATION OF VOTING PRE- CENTS " PRECINCT NUMBER 4. Riverview School 5. O.M. Vass Residence, 8 8th Avenue 6.Library, Ballengee Street P the kimono left over right  7. CRy Hall mine, carefully done right't0 8 Memorial Building left -- is only for the dead!  . 9. G4eenbrier School 10. Avis School 11: Bellepoint School Note: City residents who are registered in Precinct No. 13 ( Armory) will vote at Rallepoint School in City Elections. West Virginh University " unmm umU The flower bath and dream bath -- complete with a foot bridge and a slide as wide as a two-lane road -- are nestled In a building the size of an airplane hangar, complete with tropical plants, palm trees and ferns. Men and women bathe sep- arately, although a number of spas in Japan feature mixed bathing. You can hear the trickle of water running through the lush foliage as you first soap and rinse in preparation for soaking in the deep, hot water of the pool-like tubs. There ls a slight odor of sulfur as you step into the hot, blue water. But the smell and all your assorted aches and pains soon disappear In the soothing waters. By the time I was ready to get out, my whole body was done to a medium rare -- and more than a little pink. Outside, a few brave busi- nessmen, dressed in full- length kimonos, were lying in a narrow, shallow ditch with towels tucked under their heads. Sand was being shoveled on them -- soft, warm, heavy sand which Imparts a sensu- ous pleasure, they say. HOME A6111OULYUOE . YOUTH By Robert M. Baber If it's your pleasure, you $981.Thetop-sellingbuilwasan can have the same treatment Angus consigned by the Mead- with pineapples, bananas or ow Farm of Petersburg, which coffee beans, sold for $3,500. ..SELENIUM APPROVED - Museum Displays Collection ..BULL SALE SUMMARY- A total of 151bulls were sold in the Performance- Tested Bull Sale at Wardensville on March 22. The 151 head averaged $1,340 each. 'he breakdown by breeds was as follows: 84 Angus bulls av- eraged $1,431; 32 Polled Here- ford averaged $1,025; 3 Here- ford averaged $1,667; 6 Char- olais averaged $1,362; 19 Sire- mental Cross averaged $1,362; 2 Limousin averaged $1,150; 1 Murray Gray averaged $800; 4 Maine- Anjou Crosses averaged Recently the Food and Drug Administratin (FDA) approved the use of supplemental sele- nium in cattle rations. Prev- iously the only way to provide supplemental selenium was by injection. This could be good news to West Virginia diary- men since home- grown for- ages and grains have been found to be low in this rain- i markings and identities, a swapper's column, information on regional .thimble collector get- togethers, letters from members to the "Mail .Bag", . eral, said Dr. Robert E. James, WVU Extension Service diary specialist. The level approved by FDA is .1 ppm added selenium in the total ration of forage and con- centrates ( 1.ppm- .02 lb.- ton of feed). Higher levels are per- mitted in dairy concentrates and mineral mixes that make up only part of the total rat- ion. For concentrates, added selenium should not exceed .2 ppm on a dry matter basis. The symptoms associated with a selenium deficiency in cows are increased frequency oi retained placenta, utewrine in- feciton, and downer cow pr blems. Calves and heifers def- icient in selenium are more susceptible to pneumonia, sc. ours# white muscle disease an poor weight gains. Selenium can be toxic t cattle. When selenium is con. sumed at levels of 3 to 5 ppm animals may exhibit blind st, aggers, loss of hair, hoof or foot abormallties, and in some cases death due to respiratory fail- ure. If selenium is added to the die L injectable forms of selen- ium should not be used unles prescribed by the veterinarian For weeks we have discussed and examined various thimbles of great value and detail. Now you can see some of those and many, many more exquisite thimbles at an exhibit at the Henry Morrison Flagler Mus- eum in Palm Beach, Florida, from April 28 through May 27, 1979. The Collector's Circle, a thim- ble collecitng club that is truly dedicated to bringing the ex- citing world of thimble collect- ing to you, the public, is arr- anging for this fabulous dis- plays. There will be collectors showing their private collect- ions at this exhibit. Many will be from Florida, including my own extensive collection. You'll also be able to see on exhibit some of the famous th-. imbles we've talked about here -- and many with very special meaning. For instance, Peter Swingler's "Skilled Hands for Independence" thimble which was presented to Mrs. George exhibit-each with lots of hist- ory and interesting facts. It's a display NOT to be missed. . The Collector,s Circle, which all0ws:pe0ple from all over the worldto share their thimble love d interest has many attributes. No matter whether you just started to collect or have as many as a thousand thimbles in your collectin, a Collector's Circle membership will heighten your enjoyment of your own thimble collection and bring special knowledge about others. A membership brings you an exclusive issue Collector's Circle Thimble, a membership certificate, period- ic announcements of specially commissioned collector's thim- bles, limited editons and much more. You also get a sub- scription to the quarterly Coll- ector's Circle Gazette, a pub- licaiton featuring the history of thimble making past and pre- sent, famous thimble collect- ions in museums questions and General of the Daughters of. the American Revolution ( D:A: R.) onNovember 2, 1978. And you'll be able to view the much" dis- cussed, but not yet formally presented, one of it's nd, "Johnny Carson Thimble- Full= Of- Adoration" thimble. This thimble was especailly com- missioned by the Collector's Circle. It's hand cast in hall- marked sterling silver and bears a solid miniature port- rait of Johnny Carson, hand- painted in hard enamel by the famous English artist, Peter Swingler, This thimble is a sy- mbol of Johnny's magic. As a young magician he used a thimble to do his tricks-)as a T.V. personality he brings his magic of entertaining to mill- ions. It's a true symbol of thousands of thimble collecting Johnny Carson fans whose good wishes will accompany the Joh- nny Carson thimble on a "mile long roll." There will be many, many period of one hund- Barbeur, Braxton, Brooke, Upham Baylies, the President more special thimbles in this answers regarding thimble (120) days from the Doddridge, Grant, Hancock, date of April 30, 1979, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Mar- 28, 1979. Shall, Mineral, Monongalia, ORDERED Ohio, Preston, Randolph, Hitch- case has not been ie, Tucker; Upshur, Wetzel, at the expir- Boone, Cabell, Calhoun, Clay, the aforesaid suspen- Gilmer, Greenbrier, Jackson,, such rates and Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, discerning. A luncheon at the the sides of trains for fear. of famous Greenbrier Buffet could being crushed as the trains lean be the highlight of any day trip. into adjoining cars on parallel It can also add to a vacation at tracks? The Greenbrier which offers i ;there will be a severe frost special golf and tennis pack- , here:in late May? One "seer" is ages during summer. The predicting that already ! .the IRS office in Ronceverte was closed for painting for the weeks prior to Apri ! 167 Just wlmn you drove over to see them? -mud is a prime problem this time of year? Mt shoppers who get to come into town only once or twice-a month say the r mUd near home keeps them there. Lilacs to: our subscribers' "Happy Easter" greetings ( for shall not Mason, Mercer, Mingo, Mon: effect until the roe, Putnam, Raleigh, Roane, has entered into a Summers, Wayne, Wood, and surety approved by Wyomingi The fwst lmblication: (which approv-. In each of the newslmpers shall given by the Chair-. be made not less than fourt- indicat- een (14):days prior to the llth me thereon) in the day of May, 1979. The second, of Thirteen Million publication in each of the news- Thousand Doll- papers shall be made not less ,700,000.00) conditioned than five (5) days prior to the refund to the persons or llth day of May, 1979. Colum- entitled thereto of the bin Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a of the excess, if any, corporation, shall make due re- at the rate of turn of said:'publication on or and three-quarters per- before the day of hearing on 11-:/4 per cent; per May '11, 1979. required by Chapter IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 2, Section 4 of the that the Secretary of the COm- West Virginia, as mission be, and he hereby is, Did you know? -the name "Hills" is now being mentioned in connection with the.shopping center? -Election day's getting closer '? Axe you registered to vote? -there's a disco contest at EcoTheaters' disco party tom- arrow night? -reading is married women's favorite leisure activity? In a recent survey of married women ( married 1 to 50 year s ) reported in "Psychology Today " 37 per cent chose reading, 26 per cent chose making love or affectional activities, and 25 per cent chose home sewing. Maybe we need a local newstand, huh? or more loving husbands? and features onmembers as "Collector of the Season". Th. ere's just so much to be gain- ed! If you would like more in- formaiton on this fabulous ex- hibit or the Collector's Circle thimble club, write to me per- sonally. Send your name, add- ress and Zipcode to Roz Bel- ford, C-O The Sewing Corner, Dept. RB- 83, 1313 South Kill- Jan Drive, Lake Park, Florida 33404. Greenbrier Buffet is $10.00 per person ( pins tax and grat- uity) for visitors. They suggest you make reservations. Is it True That ...... ? -the rails are so bad in the East Yards the men won't ride Honored On Birthday SAMPLE BALLOT For Primary Election City of Hinton, W. Vs. Tuesday, May 8, 1979 Pursuant to the provisions of Chapmt Ul, Article I, Section 6 of the Code of the State of Wet Virginia, and in accord with th primary election laws of uid state, this ballot has bee, u pre- hereby submitted to vote State of West Virginia, City of Hinton, To wit: I, Janet L. Rush, clerk- rec- order of the City of Hinton, do hereby certify that the fore- going is a true and correct speciman of the Republican Ballot to be voted at the Pri- mary Election to be held Tues- day, May 8, 1979. Given under my hand this the 20th day of April 1979. Janet L. Rush, Clerk- Re- corder City of Hinton Apr. 24, May 3 Legal Notice SAMPLE BALLOT For Primary Election City of Hinton, W. Va. Tuesday, May 8, 1979 Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter lU. Article I. Section 6 of the Code of the State of West Virginia. and in accord with "hc rmary elcction laws of'saio state. Ihis ballt has b:en pre- and is hereby submitted to vote. DIOCRATIC TICKET FOR MAYOR (Vote for One) ROBERTRAsHAM,L, "plbby" David Gilbert was. honored Saturday April 14! on the occ- asion of his fourteenth birthday with a skating party at Skat- er's Haven in Hinton by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mend Gilbert. The group en- joyed games and an afternoon of Skating; The honoree open- and filed said bond directed to serve a copy of this Secretary of the Cam- Order upon Columbia Gas of West Virginia, Inc., a corpor- ation, by United States Cart- matter be set for ified Mail, return receipt re- on the interim issues to quested. In the Commission's Room at the Capitol in A TRUE COPY A'IrEST: of Charleston on the Howard M. Cunningham of May, 1979, at 9:30 ' ExecutiVe Serotary Which time and place :.Leader Apri!Ze, May 3 of West Virginia, , metal hoop on a a harp. ' :. ,  ....  : "-the World Famous Buffett Luncheon is now being served at the Greenbrier? Yes! Serv- ed daily from 12 noon to 3 p.m. in the informal atmosphere of The Greenbrier Golf Club, this elaborate buffet is a classic production of sumptuous food skillfully prepared and artfully displayed by the renowned cui- : inary staff at The Greenbrier. Diners may choose from a selection of hot and cold ent- rees, cold meats, fresh sea- foods, soups, crisp salads and cheeses from all over the world, pl 'favorite beverages and eocki.l#.. Crowning the meal is an array of delectable desserts "" to tempt and please the most David Wayne Golf will celebrated his 3rd birthday April 20th. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Golf of Pi stem. Gradpdrens 'a Mr.i Sidney Godd and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Lyon of Pipestem. ,c . --]W. f. 'Bill" HUMPHREYS [ CHARLES B. RUSHFORD, SR.  THEODORE SEMBLY ' W. SIMS WICKER ' ' i FOR COUNCIl. (Vote for Four) --]JOE CONNER ---] B. W, CRANE TM, A. "Tony" GRIMMHTT - CLYDE HENSI.EY  PAT JORDAN -' COLEMAN L. LESIAE '-7 FREDERICK D. LONG " LARRY K. MEADOR r.- STUART OXLEY " RUTH PIVONT '--]DAVID QUISENBERRY . , or unless components of the ['1 J" MELVIN PLUMLEY /  , ration are analyzed for sei-  JENNY RODES David Gilbert / ium..i The": Penn State Fo'rdge. CRTIS .......... Testing Service will , "- "Curtie" SHUMATE selenite1' analysis on feeds upon . SPICER special request. ' JERRY C. Routine , selenium supple- mentation is not a cure- all for State of West Virginia, herd health problems. How- City of Hinton, To-wit: ,. ever, it may appreciaably lower the incidence of some infections I, Janet L. Rush, clerk- re-'."' and mebloic disorders. For corder of the City of Hinton, do best results, this new manage- :hereby certify that the fore-.. ed and displayed many nice ment tool must be used wise-going is a true and correct'.. gifts and refreshments were Iy, Dr. James said. For further speciman of the Democratic served to: information, contact your vet- Ballot to be voted at the Pri- i, '. Lewis and Nancy Meadows, erinarian, mary Election to be held Tues- Danny Fitzpatrick, Butch Gore, " day, May 8, 1979. David McLean, Freddy Will- Given under my hand this the' 20th day of April 1979. Janet L. Rush, Clerk- Re=.: corder Apr. 24, May 3 The Hinton News now has more iams, Tom Haryey, Shawn O' subscribers than ever I)- keep Farrell, Cheri Neal, Lori Rich- the news and views coming ! .... the not- so-glaring orange shopping center lights .... Lemons to: gravel in the roadway making it so easy to " slide" from place to place .... grocery buggies that don't roll r '-. .... - _. .._._2. ,, , , -,..-= ..-----.=-y.. .-- ,i---..f .... =. ........ =__---.-  .--... - . . ,. :: ,:/Eskimo boys at one time were forbiddento play ,ea ; 'cradle beCause in later life their fingers might become / entangled in harpoon lines as a result. Engagement mend, Beverly Richmond, Lacy Engagement and forthcoming Miller, Brian Gallagher, Brent weddingls being announced fro: Gallagher, Tom Plumley, Mary Miss Judith Irene Steele, dau- Lyons, Dawn Harvey, Kristi ghter of Mrs. Lottie M. Steele of Gore, Sylvia Mathews, Sherri Temple Street and the late Silas Mann, Medeta Miller, Charles M. Steele to Royce J. Brown, Harford and David Gilbert. son of Mrs. India B. Brown of Sixth Ave. and the late L.J. Bronw Jr. Judy is a graduate Of Hinton High School and is employed by Davis Department Store in Hin- ton. Royce is a graduate of Hinton High School and Beckley College is employed by the KrogerCom/ : : ./.: .... . .. "A 3dne,idin is 4eing:! planned: ::. ) Ittakm the fragrance of the sverage perfume four hours to fade. .i i o, J KOTO  My test vlstt to Japan w mo snaking m.n I'd expamo It wa't TOKyo tim, r=,y f mmls wtm ma or stret a.d  ew street slg.s -- wmeh nt ve me +m- down my spine. t wa't the 0tmdmgs who addrs , m. CombSa GolWmt maze no sense oecause mad  ap#nt f =urea++ y to mey' numbered aJg the date of nmrueUon provlatog ,creme to .ew t mueaameyaat , d jdddttol l<m or et*tm me ++or w I m,mflml by me mat me mattczs mIved umera who sove mmut-  capitol in me oty or rl on me 1 day at ==v dtm=uz a ahomder -- T. =t.wm tL  pl= me   I haa d me*h m my ppa to ,a It wa't ea me or m Japan ta mat gve me Colbs quivers -- f Itke raw ula opus .el nor mackerel a,a :hrysa,+ mem lw. or was Z rtd by me tS+mile.an-nor nuuet mim morn ttn a hundrea . Caben: Cla. Oy. a day tqg uh any  a a nmer of smuons m e.ne. Sm It w me women -- mo le,t and s,mnlve Ja-  me wan m me -- with ]e and c. "nay pamper. "Phe am Helen ReSales or BeUa tlt0 Z m dly admit -Notice . n.#, t ow.,+ ..- temm wo mrae. 11m t him 1 got or m sa direct t*hmony  the wovlttotheyasM. |ollowq In t .Im loe: kawa I. a ryokn or Jpa- L Sate o+ P.e esa.my]e mr m V;ts .ncJem 2, Cormelidsted Federal In. zmnm mL oy  pUBZC meTam COMMISSION OF 3. Intmmt Tax Ctedil They amg, d draw Ataaapanem.v+ d write pcry wlth aut1+ er, you t belo y leap. r csmly I mlprd into a stm.cy o read Xed n mo -- a yoXaa -- a =n atut Meko, a geisha, my pad0ed supper, we ryTa.*e who f entermmg m maa e t.a a n ms elp. wmcn ncu0ed gspenLU .Zameae--m- Lhme mama T el0em, who y =I the mr drer an  oFme I w penal+ must have been at lea , net mo, mumn Jn. ermg 0 u o mr Sg+ .nd0maUem--an4e1 gl Someho+ me man- 0 eX's not amy stag and age Io mmureate-- J=pa- U h a h -- aragg mmc tlmy must  laugh  custom ns or m lo m me m, ataUmeypSestaby trkinlererrt wt orte a i ear- a Sp OF mrtaUo s.ghttr mine, am.Uy de rt to den metlamd genUen 'l Is le --  oily tar me deall We made uIves m+ part o m*.mg me mn rl Te no bath and dr mum wn.e me younger we ar may a s nma- barn -- mplet wlm a mald u.gtt t tets d r goad for he.m d mp. bage d a ae aa wide  sw r eaes  ma'  wandered o omer prt- In alton, ta ea o a m a bnIIdmg me s o va  #or a slal ram- me ann en.n IS stm me airplane hangar, nomplete o mr No. I c f men. sc wm pt plants, palm ach d*S wan pn' cordm to me Japanes a d terns o a ..g, onca male. a goc wife amy up M  wom me p- *am=. who graceOy ma- m her hu.band mtur aratey+ mmo, a .umr mpumed r uU smeves, e rmm a nmnt am w,,n nr spu in Japan feature d twe ann glea a I reds  mater how Za*e mxe bathm hJleme were mg. may Youeanarmemelae lt me mns -- daea mkll  r r a dtUn II.V.m.y lu olle as you  p q[ eda -- on me r  W tlu.ee steps hmd their an rl m prau r r  dev-  "yeneverpuxona aXlng m me dp. hot gtorourmmrtt dtal to be admJred waterotmel-lmembs. me mOa. won even ep men on e m a ll odor o But me  ml  mmm mUur  u ep m me L luewater ButUen per pame.ng, we woma c [mnn  m.  from me t Beau. on Kyashu d atZ ,r rted ac 1I. we mpJ anotr d ham n alpr m CeS lk te exoue la,aovampnn The Jail- gwae. aU, da m beautll  m B U..e Ume f was ready  S. with ta pln Ah, the mymer or puu,e get out. my wlte body  wm  blJgm mmm mm Japan namemr- ey wem e ca, u ** m mn man a litUe pink e,nmry W me le ot a .l  with lu a,+ Oulae a +e* rave num- myWeem, anlhaa orelnotmmo eemr dsa m Ful- m m pm. ge WmekulaUavod anew shaJJow01te, wire mmaymaderuc  by Immeng m a towels tucked unar me ] meappe  oana barn? a, Gel,.dat since I waa a0luate:y sna w ms ']ea i*heFlar(alg, mluea w*m vLmmm C, I mth--R.wm.b mure. natt  ea,'t sd t ld  ,d which Imam a - entertainment. They  plenum, mey uy nc aria weltducatl+  me  bath mtgm U It's n p].  'me   w  aLso  me aw. I optea tar n  me ae aem ., Methodology mad to cal. IT m s OROZD th= Colt au a WI Vtnli.la. Xn=,, a corperau rile mn (m) codu o i m t tumy  the above In. Par wee  have d ,  vm ,e xt+ d mined vno= tmbl lye Serear a u cmm- of rat value and dela,. Now S.d Ummoy  mrtm ira+ y, ny me exq  shauld te m lhtmb at  exhlUt .t the thebk amy my Morr rmgl M the aml U. Z.ave t*   Pa seah Zld. hgrantoan;'! era  April 28 mrug May V, at to melt. peUU t mx  's at y ume The Contor'a Cle am,m- I o,t o*d. bleeOUtS elubtatls Cy mr D aedlcated to brmgn me ex- i m a- IT IS 'I cti w +t thmbZe coUt. OP.ZR mat Colb s ins to you, me ubUe, is a- perfinn, 81re tl at the #as Tn vl be collt Fmng o U d t shawlng their vate Ueet- O  cng  at the time and iamatthmehmt nywm pla  r t bY Fplorda, mnludngmyown maline a aCtts cra t" a extsiw cntition. c0md ! w tuna Vau'n also be able  s on tar g I a prod lot a exhibit me of the Fmo m period of at lt toen FI4) mbl we've talked about here y prior W me rich day of - a.d many m vary sal d by publhi a py  mi. order t m w.ve's pub- maxtra tized In cb at me CouU of Sarbo, Brx, Brooke, dge, Crant. Xank, Hamo., Lewis, m'on. Mar- mineral, monIm, WetS, Jaeo. Incan, logan. efft unt,l me m, Pumam, Ralegh, saane, ha .tar mto a Summer W., Wood, and ot- ' day at y, Xr The nd ys 'I to me thelo a e maGCWeltVtrgn.',c.a q .tera day o bearing on u.h per eem; per May n, x la quired by Clapter IT IS FURTHER ORDF, RED e , Sectson  of te that the Secretary at the Cem- wt Virginia, 1Rm at the Capitol in A TRUE copy AT1TT: Museum Displays Collection - CraZet"avautedthe ex- ch *lth lore a hv Amerln lvo]utlo. ( D,A R, ) 0ry d intetiag faem R'a  ove,= Z97,,dm' dhra NOT to be med be aUe to v th much  T C41tor's Ch'te. wn ctme, t .at yet formally alt*pa#eFmmaUerthe pm,ted,   t's nd ]dte  the tblmbto 'Johnny Camon Tabl ' love  mta nan many Of- AomUm" thmbl T atbm. NO mtter wbemar thtmble was pecmy earn.  jt tarred tn enlist or mma.ed y the CoUtr'+ h  ma.y  a thoand Orcle. It's ha. st , hn, b'mbl t. y u,m, a marked sterg mLv an CoUlor's Cte mmbehip beam a tid mhate pe.. nbelShtyoeroymentoF rmt a Johnny ca bd. your own tblmme co]ttlen in in hard emel by he ..a bring spec kanwJee famo Zgl amst, Pe .born e A mmbehp Slnsler Thin th,mb]e  a sy- brl you .n e.clusive le ml a Jahnny's mae.  a CoUr's Czre T,mbla, a yog magZean e u a mmbe,pcemeate, penod- thtmble m   t.e]-  a he m of apeClally T V perJity he   o,d elect's mime tangLe of etermg ta ram- b, nmited crotons and much io It'+ a true +ymol of  Yau aLo get a sub- th. of thimble llectmg lptm. to me qaery cn- Jnny Caro. ta wh good tor'a Orc]e Gatte, a pub+ meaning For hmtan, Vet wishwiHapanytheJoh- llcaEtonfttllqngthehlstoryot S.#'a "Skmed nds for nny Cain Oble  a" le thSable making p and pr Xrependenee" mbe which long raft." nt, mo thbXe t- wa pted to M Geors  ,':Ill be my. many i  m qU d Upm Sayt, the Prdant more apcat mbL= in this we ragarmng Uble fDid you ? dLsng A cn a the the st o trai tar (r o :the ne "HilLs" m z w famnGnb 'iBuffetd beinge!'asl!edtheslel w e opp ng  . can alo add to n vatl a tracks? Elation day's getting clvser Th e Grbrier which vS/ ,th will be a v fret ? Ate you glstered to vote? speclaZ golf d teen, pack- lImlateMay+PO"r"is .th'a a disco nontl al ag ding summa,  pred[ng that aL'lldy] EeoThters' dLseo party tom- G nbre r Buffe  $io. per -the IRS ffi Im Ronverle ow night? ben ( # tax nd grat- w rimed or imtmg f the -ding is mared womn's my)  vtt Tey stmgt weeks prior to Apt" t+? J favorite ]eis activity? In a you make atio+ wn pou 'ove ov to rent suey of married them? women ( le i te SO yrs } IS it Tree 'rt ,.....? por ted in *'Psychelogy Today -the mils a  bad in  d a prime problem this " 37 pot nt eh rBng, 26 E yds the mm 't fide time of year? Mot sbeplrs who get to me into t ooy per cent ch making love or on  twi a month y the afftiolacttviti,and251r mud  ho k them et eh home wlng. Maybe the. we n a ]a nelana, huh? hsa to:  ,u+ct]im, m zmg hba.ds? "appy Eter" geUnSs ( "-the Wlfl Fam Btdfett , TeHinteNanawhmo Leh  new being ed sub.,,ers than ew )- p at the Gbrler? Y Sexv- me.dvamng  .... dally fm i n to 3 pro. me .or-  slang e.se in the informal atmosphere of shopping ter ghts .... the br t Club, mis Lm to: 'ave., the elaborate buffet L a nlaJe rWayklngitsyto" prti o[ ptuo food sllLy r d and ully diaplayed by the o eu]- mary sf al  Grnbri Di may  tram a ltien of hat d enid eat- ' , amp aalaS d e.lbr*ld hi, ra ble an L.'.. Dav,d O+U t st. Oraapr ,at. Mr. Siey Cad = Mr. ann M.. to tempt and pte me mat De.ale Ly a Pq.em. Thurs. April 26, 1979 Leader-5 Legal Notice Legal Notice city ovurro  BALLOT MAY *. m o  Hin.n, w, v,. AV s. o.M,v, uary,  Street. . Memoiaz BmJmn u. .ue sch letmUCN ncm Note: city tdmta who a  v o wm te at u.mt  . wm wets* U.lvmUy mm  imm [] .... [] -- I, Janet L. Rush, clk - .nULL SALZ sumtxas- A ntr a e aty d t, do tot+loflS1b]weso]dthe by certify that the fo Pm-toa Tted un Sate gems m   d t it Wl on N . s of e Nbln m hd avemg+d ,z,se maZLot to be voted an the Pri- bkdo'+zabybree(m* day, May , lms a+ o,s: e4 Ag buns .v- Cndm madmshe (o averag $1.i 3 H- let  Rh ffk- ford averaged $1,; 6   olaia avaged $1.; 19 - CL of Hinton men1 Cras avag@d $I,; 2 AP. 24, May 3 Luom was+a az.l x u  a,* , Legal Notice s ted by me e- SAMPLE BALLOT ow F or Pet-g, wmc .SLENIV PPaOWD - OydHi,,,W+V,. P,=t the Food and Drug ru'mhY, tV'lw+ ,din m mtm mt. my. tody the only way to povlde mupplemtal mleni w by i** mcl. T eo.ld be good marKings and idenaam, a n m W=t Vru ary swapper's I.. mtt m stn m Zro tar+ on region} .te cougar age* =nd raln have t*n gel toseth, let rom td to be low m t n- members te Lhe "Ma0 Sag , eral, d Dr,  ]Z. and ft eber U jm.a.VExSe OCIC IIC*(U 'cntor oF the Sen". "/- a*ry m.  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Dept, P. m, 1+3 .th Km- mZen++ mo.Jd not + ,+ lan Drive, Lake Park, Flonda ppm on a y rotter m. )n fOriNt II c+s am mcr marcy at retained pLaemm, utew'rtne m.  e w c.,,c fro+ton md down+ m Honored .,.. ca,_ and ha.. ++-^ *+" ........ ieient + mira+ m mm E-]+n++sty On Birthday ++,w'++'e+"+ + ......... t plm sazm+  be to+  [] CULem^+  ,+s,o ,3; ' sd at leve o[ $ t 5 PP re  aoicK v LOG ahem.Is may oxlt utd st i l aBg, l of bait, hN  [i [] LARRY  Mroa O+.th e to mpaty f=il- .UseZermaddatothe  .urn ,oi met, lntabte t or l- Lure su]d not be used 1m L prmri by the vetertnar. []  MeLVI p+umtv JNNY , Tlm" Prom State e - m..mGm+.. "r.m; sm++t .,,am  c%m.'g.Jl2++. David Gilbert + m mlenlmmalystsmfeedsupc [] +elm+ c smc.n Sat+day ApriL L4 on the - la[ req t nmenorh+srom+omnmbtrUmy P+uU aem+ s.p+ w,th a skattng any at Skit- mmmtmn ts mt a  u f+ State of Wmt emma, +'a Hamn in Hintm by his herd illth preblems+ How. CityofFAnt.T+wR: parents, i and ]Mrs. Ray- +.+itm,+yamym+, mend Gillmrt The roup m. tlmlmid(mmomefect L Jamt L mmh, el+k- r+ joyed games and + m'noon avd metalolc dbrde Par cord+ o# me aty of Xtmon. do o+ dmLtng. e tree opera+ i,mt um. Lm mw +s+ hereby oerqry tht the f+ e and s]ayed romp rdm mint t mint be used wile- going s a t+ ar.d reprint . gifts and refbmens  ly, Or. Jammmid. V+tm spectrum of the mm+raue saved to: omatim, co#act 0+ vm- Sa,ot to m vm at me Pr*. l*w+s and Namy mmm, ertnartan, nmry mmtzon t be bed m.+ Danny htzpack, Butch Gore, day, May a, 197+ Oavid mLean, P wm- Gtrm +m my hard tMs the is, TO m Ha+ey , ,a O' Engagement , ,y oF +p:l tm Faell, chert Neal, Leri Jch- jzmt L. eh, Clerk- md, Beverly Rehmd, Lacy Engaeient and [mcnanl rder Mill, Brian Oallagh, Bt edmgm be art Ar 24. M.y s Gagher Tomp]nmley, Mm'y M Judith Ireqe Steele, du. Lyo, Da Haey, KHsti 8hterofM LttleM, Steelef Ge, Sy]vm Mathewe  Temp]eSttan rlthelatesjz slide*' fm pZa to pla .. Mann, Medeta Mi[]+ Char] M Steele to Roy J B+ grocery Tes that don't roll ]]afford and Dawd Gilbert, n of M lr*dia B, .rown o Judylsa grammte M mnmn ../6.%./.]: .. /.+ ,+ ....... ,.,+by + +,,-,-+_ +- ........... =2++ -- "+ .......... :] e,k mo b"..t  Ore .. o m .I.+,+ == -0 coz. o o+ m. ' IMm ke+ in lamr Gfe teir fingeo =lOht boan, p].noi, taefd Pe  r OUrS ntanuied in harpoon lines =1 . result+ A JS dd] m 4ng ItUMthlfttltilre  e