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t )- / ,J 2 - Hinton News Tues. May 2, 2017 More and More People are Reading our Newspaper Because a recent survey found that The HINTON NEWS is the favored source for three out of five for local news and advertising items. Save $$$. Call Monday through Friday, or send this coupon to the address below and we will bill you for your 52 week subscription. Name Address (please print) I City. State Zip.__ TEAR & MAIL TO: THE HINTON NEWS P. O. BOX 1000 HINTON, WV 25951 "1 mJ Hinton Area Foundation Grant Reception with Dr. Steve Richman presenting a check to the McQuaig's, co-founders of Beyond Wishes TR Program Beyond Wishes Therapeutic Rio's Place on top of Zion Mtn., five Riding Program is already going into days a week, Wednesday through their active season for 2017. This Sunday. Individuals come to the year Hinton Area Foundation is farm to interact and learn about supporting our "mini visit" program, horses while receiving many This is where we take our mini horse benefits that can enrich one's well-' "Princess" into long term care being, along with improving skills facilities and schools. Interaction for everyday life. with a horse can enrich an Our program is in need of individuals' life in so many ways. volunteers, no experience necessary, Equine Assisted Activities and training is available. Volunteers Therapies (EAAT) have been proven assist as horse handlers, side to increase cognitive, physical, walkers and in other capacities. For emotional and social skills and is more information about also fun! The reactions we receive participating or volunteering with are just amazing & one of Beyond Our program contact us by email: Wishes Program highlights. The beyondwishestrp@hughes.net, Beyond Wishes staff and volunteers connect on Facebook, also checkout will make Mini Visits in Summers our website at www.beyondwishes County starting May 15t. If .org. To make a tax deductible interested in a mini visit please call donation please send to Beyond (304) 466-0431 for an appointment. Wishes Therapeutic Riding Thanks again to Hinton Area Program, Inc., 1153 Hartwell Rd., Foundation for recognizing the Hinton, WV 25951. Donations can importance of this program. With also be made on our website through your continuing support we look PayPal. ~" forward to providing this service in Save The Date!! Open House the Summers County area. Sunday May 215T. t:5pm, Come See Beyond Wishes TRP continues to What We Are All About. Of Course work with individuals with dis- There Will Be Music, Food And ABILITIES and special needs at Demonstrations. When stock prices are extremely overvalued and don't seem justified, the stocks are sometimes referred to as "castles in the sky." By Roy C. THE RIGHT TO WORK- A voice from the past. When I went to work for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company in 1939, everywhere I went, old timers encouraged me to join the union as soon as I could. By old timers I mean employees who had been with the railroad forty or fifty years. They knew first hand of the dedication it took to organize and form committees to negotiate for higher wages and better working conditions. We are aware of the secret black-ball code used by politicians are trying to paint a "To those class, the inalienable picture of prosperity if the right to right to work means simply the work were made into law. Hog-wash! inalienable right to the employer, The following reprint from The without let or hindrance, to go out Traln Dispatcher used by pormission in the open market and bid for is an article written by the noted Lawyer Clarence Darrow: "So long and vociferously have been the enemies of trade unions declared for the open shop that no doubt many of them really believe that they are fighting for some principle of liberty and justice, not to serve their selfish ends. Mainly their arguments consist in various laborers on the hardest terms or, rather, to so order that industrial world that all men and women and children must bid against each other for a right to toil. ~No Organized government and no powerful body of men ever really made any demand or enforced any means that would give to every working man an inalienable right to railroad managements throughout statements of the assumption that work. All the rights a labor has the country. When a person who had every man has an inalienable right under the law, or under present been engaged in union work left to work when he pleases, for what industrial methods, is the r~ght to their employment, they were given wages he pleases, and for whom he go from employer to employer in a service letter. What the men didn't pleases, search of work. know was the fact his letter "The word "inalienable" sounds "His right to work depends contained a secret code watermark well, for it is taken from the entirely upon his ability to find (a crane with broken neck) meaning Declaration of Independence, but it someone who has the means and he was undesirable and he hadhas no meaning in this connection, inclination to hire him; and no trouble getting hired on another An "inalienable right is one which matter how willing or anxious, he railroad. We are also aware of the struggle coal miners faced in order to better themselves. The mine war on Cabin Creek, Matewan, and the Baldwin- Felt Detectives armed with rifles and riding horseback causing havoc on Loup Creek of the C. & O. There is no double in my mind the unions were good for and needed by the working people, otherwise the movement would not have succeeded. During the present era, labor unions seem to be losing their strength in-bargaining power. The present generation of the work force probably have no idea of the struggle the working men faced in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Are we facing a return to the old days? Anti union "right to work" cannot be taken away, and it is cannot force himself upon an obvious that under present employer; but he may be denied this conditions no such right exists. In fact, it is stoutly contended for by the very men who have taken away every opportunity that would give a laborer a right or chance to work. "Men cannot labor without an inalienable right upon any reason or pretext, no matter what. "The great mass of work men today have practically nothing but their hands. Where are they to go to enforce this inalienable right? opportunity to apply his hands to "No one knows better then the some of the bounties of nature, to masters of industry that they may some material from which things are be denied this inalienable right upon made; and still the inalienable right the master's will; and should trade to work is insisted upon by those unionism be destroyed, the will who have taken all the coal, and ore, would be harder and more arbitrary, and lumber; who control all the factories and railroads, all the land, and every means to which man might apply his toil. "There can be no inalienable right to work without a place to work, and neither the government nor those who declaim the loudest or insist the most have ever furnished the laborer and the right to work far less available than it is today. "The inalienable right to work is a bit of birdlime, used to catch the unthinking mass; and society and all industrial life must be made over, or at least radically changed, before such right is anything except a far- off dream. movement is prevalent and some a place to toil. DONATIONS OF BOOKS Ascension Episcopal Church is in need of books f0r their Free Books For Kids program. We would appreciate any donation of books for children of all ages, from pre-school to high school. No text books please. We have served Summers County with this program since August of 1993, and have given over 20,000 books to children of all ages. All donations would be greatly appreciated. ~ Call ojoanne Duvall at 304-466- 3358 for info Main Street Care Now Accepting Private Pay and Medicaid Patients A small nursing home located on 3rd floor of summers county hospital. 304"466"6090 Jack's Bargain Located between Advanced Auto Parts and Save-A-Lot Hours: Mon-Sat 10-7 Sunday 1-7. Phone 681-207-7347 Come out and check out our bargains. LETTERS POLICY Letters are welcome, but no more than one letter each month will be accepted from the same writer. Preference will be given to letters of 300 words or less. Longer letters may be shortened or rejected. Letters must be signed and must include an address and phone number. The telephone number will not be published. Letters by E-mail will not be accepted unless followed up with a signedletter. Letters will be edited for grammar, spelling, taste, syntax, and libel. Names will not be withheld. Address them to Letters to the Editor, P. O. Box 1000, Hinten, WV 25951. i PSD MEETING " The Meadow Creek Public AL-ANON , - / ;~' ........................ Are U troubled by ~omeon s. AI~HQLIC.~ ~~OUS.-., [ "~ " S "Jt,~L/~ ~'~.:~m',. 0 leI :~::~ 1 ..~ ~ e ~ : ~ ~; " ou u en meecm in me ~aseme . hem h ve to 01 Ascension ~ iscopai tgnurcn, fluhur D~strict_ Volunteer F~re~., ~an help..To help~t , yOU ..~ ............. ~w..;': .P ~- ~ ..... ,~ ,~,, ,~: =Monday thtu Thursda~ - rst corner o~ ~n ~ve ~ ~empie v~, Department at 6 p.m. Meetings are help yourself fi -, ...... " ,, " | Business Hours: open to the public. Meetings every Monday nights l-lln~on at ~:uu p.m. every 'lues., / Mon. & Tue.: 9am to 4 pro. 7:00 p.m. behind the Child Advocacy Thurs., & Sat. 1 Wed.: 9 am to 12 pm. PIPESTEM RURITAN CLUB Center at 411 Temple Street. For For more reformation call 1-800- ] Thurs.: 9 am to 4 pro. The Pipestem Ruritan club meets more information call: 466-2760. 333-5051. L Come join the eelebreatlon at Htnton's 2nd Saturday to be held each 2nd Saturday, May - October in Historic Downtown Hinton. Listen FREE to top notch local bands on the nminstage at CourthouseSquare and enjoy delicious food, over 30 indoor retail vendors, old ears, legal libation and more:.. Enjoy a day exploring our many trails and waterways and then come to town for music, rood & fun! 2nd Saturdays Mainstage Music Series Calendar Main Event 8:00pm - lO:OOpm Stage opens earlier Friday, MaylZth - Common Ground * Shady Sprtn~ WV Common Ground from nvarby Shady Spring is a must see show. These Talented muscim~ play a wide variety of music which thctudes Souther~ rook, u]dtes, and old and new country, A great wa~ to kick off the year! Saturday. May 13th - The Bogtment * Beekley. WV Known rot their rock or new gT~q sound, The Boatmen actttally view themselves as more an Ameri~.n Sou] Grass genre. Their popular blend of music appeals to everyone. The group is lead by IL~udy Gilkey. perwmsiou]st Robert Gro~, and the songwriting talent of Matt MU]Ih~ and Nick Durra. Saturday, June 1Oth - The Kind Thlav~ * Fayettevtlle, WV A lOCa| favorite The K/rid Th/eves are a regular on #he looul music circuit beesuse they axe goocL The group cc~nbinez a unique folksy hluegra~m m~tmd tb~tt makes you want to tap your foot or get up and dance. You don't wsnna miss thisshow[: ~turtlay. July 8th - Creek Don't Rise ~, OH & I{Y = .. An eclectic four p/ece band hailing from the tri-state W~, Ohlo and Kentucky. The group~ sou]fu] blues inspired sound spa~s country, bin~ sou] a~d Rook*ICRoll. A great night of m~mio ~Ssturday, August 12th - Bicycle * Atl~ns, WV Bicycle is a high enery Indic Rock Pop Band sound, Bicycles unique sound mixe~ hit~ rrom the 70's thru today along with s few of their own originiais that are being played on college and indic radio statio~. Crone enjoy the mix! Saturday. September 9th - Redline-The Baml * A~heboro, NC Radlthe from Asheboro, NC ha~ become one of the regions most so~zght &fret g~up of entertainers. The talented group mixes the best of oldies with rock, beach, count1T and pop sounds and love~ to interact and h~w ~m with tlus audience a great show you don't want to miss. Ssturday, Oetoher Sth - Loug Point StrthS Band Beekley, WV The Long Point String Baud is an old acoustic group from ~outhern We~ Virginia. The gz~up blends Old Time Motmtaiu Music with the flaire of bluegrm~. The group conalsts of virtucsic every fourth Saturday at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful dinner before our meeting. We would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about this service club to come and join us. We have a gospel sing the Friday before our meetings. Come join in the fun and fellowship. For more information please call Brenda Garcia at 304- 923-1622 or 304-466-6804. BINGO Bingo every Friday night at the Hinton Senior Citizens Building on Second Ave. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. starts at 6:00 p.m. CALL ACWP If you see a dog in a neglectful or 'abusive situation please ACWP. If you see a stray dog on the road, especially one that you've never seen before, please callACWP. If you have a litter of puppies and would like them to be placed in homes that are pre-approved as responsible pet owners than please call ACWP. The number is easy to remember 855- WV4-PETS. COMMUNITY SUPPORT The Hinton Lions Club is asking for the Communities support in helping to provide those who need, eye examinations or eye glasses. The Hinton Lions have been providing assistance for over 18 years and are asking community organizations and businesses as well as citizens for monetary donations to continue-providing help to those 'in need in our community. As news spreads of the help being provided, requests are now outnumbering the Lions Club's ability to help. Once a request is received, the individual's application is screened to insure that other avenues of assistance are pursued before the Lions Club provides help. Donations can be mailed to: Lions Club, Sight Assistance Program, P.O. Box 1321, Hinton, WV 25951. Checks should be made out to: Hinton Lions Club. TOPS Tops (take offPounds Sensibly) is a very affordable, nonprofit, weight loss support group. Meetings are held at the Miller Memorial Methodist Church basement, 109 Miller Ave. Every thursday evening. Weigh-in begins at 5:00 p,m. meeting starts at 5:30 pm. First meeting is free. Come join us or call 304-890-2112 or 304-466-3045. ::~ili!~iii~i~iiii!iii!iii~ ii :! i .: ii~ i i i:ii: i!i: :: ~ :::. :iiii::i: o r Hunier Walker. Brizm Bell and Lar~ Swanson. styllugs after virtuo~lc. iii L i'~'L .... irr ........... ...................... .... ~.."-~ ~::~i~i~-: ...... : i ":"i:i~i I Go to 2nd Saturdays Facebook for updates and more info!