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10 - Hinton News Tues. May 13, 1986 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA BILLY JOE EDWARDS PRESIDENT WHEREAS, Ruritan had its humble beginning on May 21, 1928, by a few leaders in Holland, Vir- ginia; and WHEREAS, today, 58 years later, this organization has grown to a present membership of over 36,000 from North to South and East to West in these United States. WHEREAS, the contribution by Buritan under its motto: Fellow- ship, Goodwill, and Community Service has become one of the most active organizations in terms of Contributions to the Senior Citi- zeus bus fund continue to slowly dribble in with the total now standing at $1502.00. Summers County residents who have not contributed to the fund to enable the buses to continue to run for the senior citizens may send their requested $1 to Bob F. Rich- mond or Elizabeth Morris, c - o First National Bank Hinton, West Vir- ginia. Recent contributors include Mr. and Mrs. John Thombleson $5, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kerge $5, Alice Ann Atkins $5, Harry and Evelyn Ga- rrett $5, Ed and Ruth Conner $5, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullins $2, Mrs. Nell Graham of Lewisburg $5, From page ] were Hinton Ylayor James A. Les- lie, Jr. and City Councilmen Pat Jordan, Coleman Leslie, Larry Mea- dor and Fred Long. Indictments were issued on the following: Juan Williams, entered a guilty plea to forgery and utter- ing following the indictment and was sentenced from I to 10 years in the State Penitentiary. Other indict- ments were: Virgil Foley, first degree murder; Carmine Bucldaud, forgery and uttering; Howard Wa- rd, first degree sexual abuse; Jackie Wayne Buck(and, transfer and poss- ession with intent to transfer a controlled substance; Mary S. COx, welfare fraud; Van Gill, malicious wounding; Keith Garlock, armed robbery; Shirl Frances Kay, armed robbery and aider and abettor; and Claud Jones, armed robbery and aider and abettor. e community service; now THEREFORE, I, BILLY JOE EDWARDS, PRESIDENT of the COMMISSION of SUMMERS COUNTY do hereby proclaim Sunday, May 18, 1966 as - RURITAN SUNDAY and the week of May 18 - 24, 1986, as, RURITAN WEEK in SUMMERS COUNTY and commend this observance to all members, By the PRESIDENT OF THE SUMMERS COUNTY COMMISSION signed: Billy Joe Edwards Bunice Botkins $5, Lorene Rich- mend $5, Bessie Ysncey $2, Defla Meadows $I, Loraine Martin $2, He!en and Preston Hedrick $5, Scott Burdette $1, Patti Hutchisun $5, Sterling Lewis Jr. $10, Bob Kiss $5, Louise Stanley $10, Millie Meador $10, Clyde Grimmett $5, Lillian Sehumate $5, Barbara Carr $5, Neff Gwinn $5, Betty Gay Gwinn $5, and Ann Maddy $2. From page 1 ics and Auxiliary. Ida Stennett, Director of Nursing, states, ' We're happy to extend our services to the community and help detect early signs of illness for our neighbors." Local participants in the Health Fair include Summers County Con- tinuous Care Center, Social Sec- urity Administration, American Cancer Society, Greenbrier Respir- atory Care, Medicare Rentals and the WVU Extension Center. From Page 1 are at the cross roads now. With the interstate nearing completion we will either see the tourist industry in Summers County grow, or, I hate to say it, but die. We need to do something now, not when the road is completed. We need someone that will work to see that we get our share of the tourist trade. An investment in this project is an investment in the county's future. That's how I look at it." From page ] project in Summers County. The organization has since grown into an adult company which now has four seed companies in Bradshaw, Mc+ Dowell County; Mullens, Wyoming County; Rupert, Greenbrier Coun- ty; and Summersville, Nicholas County. It regularly performs at state parks and community facilities From page 1 be almost impossible for anyone to correct the mess that exists. Re,- venues have not kept up with expenses. During the past 3 years county revenue from taxes have increased by less than 7 percent. During this same 3 years the ex- penses for operating the assessors office have increased by more than 50 percent. The Assessor suggests that his office have unlimited funding even if it means the elimination of fund- ing for all social services in the county, including health, senior citizens, fire departments, recreat- ion, library and others. We love our Assessor and respect his political hold, because he has kept our taxes low. However, we are reaping the consequences, through our children, of his SEVENTEEN YEAR effort to deny our school system funds to provide advanced science, foreign languages, and other improve- merits. The Assessor prides himself as being a leader to defeat the most recent school levy. This is evident that he is not consistent, when he is constantly asking for more, but for SEVENTEEN YEARS has been unwilling to produce more through his official capacity as assessor. Work hours required by our County Commission? Don't be misled by the Assessor in his statement that only a 6 hour work per day is required by the Co- unty Commisision. Most certainly our Assessor should be acquainted with Court Order Book No. 14, Page 480, dated April 4, 1983, whereby a motion was made by Commissioner, John W. Gilbert, second by Comm- From page 1 Gov. Moore called the black fly a serious health problem when he announced in Beckley on April 10 that he would order the Bti spraying of the Summers County rivers. He said the black fly harm the area's tourist industry and that he would "eradicate" the black fly population by spraying the rivers for up to three years. (Owned by Leonard Anderson, owner of the Daky Queen & Sandman Motel) grease j (Most brands of oil in stock) ONLY $ it Check us about our special on spring tune ups and replacement of brake shoes. Automobile check-ups are like preventive medicine. Come to us for al/your car needs.., we're experts! 7All to 8PM [V[IYMY OF TIE WEFJ( throughout West Virginia. Governor Moore praised the effo- rts of EcoTheater's producer-play- wright Maryat Lee and present and past members of the EcoTheater cast, stating that their hard work and dedication to the program have helped it become one highly deserv- ing of the national attention. issioner, William R.Gore and passed unamiously," Summers County Go- vernment Employees, excluding elected officials, shall have a work week of forty (40) hours." The courthouse is made available for any elected official or their em- ployees to work any time they see fit; however, the Assessor is first to point out that he is an elected official and he will maintain full control over his employees. The Assessor would seem to be suggesting longer office hours, this would really be great to work his people behind closed doors for two additional hours per day, as some offices have done, this gives opp- ortuvity to accomplish a lot of work without interruptions. Now the Assessor says his em- ployees are overworked and under- paid !!! Overworked - NO - No person in America today can not be forced into being overworked. Does not the Assessor know that we have Fed- eral and State laws, equal rights laws, womens liberation, and labor unions, all of which protects the rights of individuals. Underpaid - POSSIBLY YES However, we must realize that County Government must operate within the limits of revenues re- ceived. Each county office is bud- geted a specific amount of money for each employee; but the courts have ruled that the elected official of that office may pay each employee whatever they choose, so long as they don't over expend their budget. That could be the justification the Assessor used to pay his daughter at the rate of $6.95 per hour for service performed during the month of April 1986. You will have to be the judge to decide if the Assessor employees are underpaid. I have observed the actions of the Summers County Commission over the past forty years and feel they have used good business judgement in operating the County as eff- eciently as possible with the funds that have been made available to them. Hinton, W.V., April 24,86 - Represen- tatives of the Baha'i Faith today presented Mayor James Leslie and each member of City Council a statement on world peace recently issued by the international govern- ing body of the Baha'is, the Univer- sal House of Justice. On December 10 that same state- ment was presented to President Reagan at a special White House Human Rights Day program to which all nine members of the governing body of the Baha'is of the United States were invited. A perso- nal presentation was also made to the Secretary General of the United Nations and to nearly 80 heads of state or their representatives. "The Promise of World Peace" is the first formal document to be addressed by the Baha'ls to the peoples of the world. It was issued on the occasion of the United Nations International Year of Peace. In over 200 countries, the statement is being delivered by Baha'is to leaders of political, academic, religious and social organizations and to state, national and international officials. In WV all members of the legislators were presented with the statement in Feb. and Geve r Moore soon will receive his copy. m, l lllll New galvanized corrugated culvert, $2.35 ft., up. Used, less. Used bridge and house steel, beams, etc., saves up to 1 - 3rd. Delivery. CHAMPION METALS BOX CHARLES'IN)N, W. VA. ~ISl PHONE I-(394)-9M~-$211 I I SEEKING ADDRESSES We are seeking addresses of the following members who graduated from Hinton High School in 1946. Joe Earnest Crump, William ( Bill) Seruggs, Jr., Ernest Cladde Bragg, John Edward Basham, Ch- arles Johnson Butler, Evelyn Ball- angee Richmond, Charles Wilford Allen, Ivaline Berry Dean, Dorothy j Jean Allen. Please call 466-1603 or ..4~- 3383 after 10 A.M. Thank@fine REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will be held at the Laurel Creek Baptist Church May 18 thru 24th at 7:30 nightly. Speaker will be Rick Henderson. Pastor is Eddie Bragg. REVIVAL Meadow Creek Missionary Baptist Church will hold a Revival May 19 thru 23 at 7:00 P.M. nightly. Speaker will be Elder Bobby Lakes of Kentucky. Pastor Herbert Cade invites everyone to attend. NOTICE To all members and friends of the Summers County Historical Society. The Society will meet at the Courthouse in Hinton on Tuesday, May 20th, 1986 at 7:30 p.m. This later meeting date is for the month of May only. The July meeting will be on the second Tuesday, as usual. Our guest speaker will be Dr. John Montgomery of the Greenbrier Co- unty Historical Society. Dr. Mont- gomery will speak about some historical matters that embrace Summers County as well as Green- brier. He will also tell us about the upcoming book - " The History of Greenbrier County." State Treasurer A. James Manch- in today released checks to the City of Hinton and Summers County totaling $5,673.22 as the 2rid quarter- ly distribution of the Coal Severance Tax. The tax is a fee placed on the removal of every ton of coal mined in West Virginia. The funds are then allocated to both coal-producing and non-coal-producing areas. The check for the City of Hinton is for $1,942.90 and the County check came to $4,730.32. According to Payman, local Baha'i spokesporsun, "The Promise of World Peace" defines the root causes of war and disunity and outlines a course of action for their elimination. "We offer it as a source of hope and feel that its message is of special importance to leaders, organizations and individuals at the grassroots level," Payman said. "Their involvement in the peace process is crucial to its eventual SUCCESS." The Baha'i Faith began in Iran in 1844 and has over 4,000,000 followers worldwide; 1,000,000 in the United States. Baha'is believe that certain barriers must be overcome before peace can be achieved. Among these I, TOP VIDEO ONLY AT Natloul Lampoen's Europenn" Vacatiou Return of the Jedi Summer Rental Alabama (Greatest Hits ) Volunteers TEMPLE STREET, ,HINII)N THE @UILT ~llOP RT. 3 BEECH RUN SPalNG F/mmc SALE May IM tbru 3IN. M Per Cent OH AllFabric le Per Cent OH Nutlens !OImt: Tsar., Pri., Sat., 1OA.M. To4 P.M. Come See Our B mUtui Hand Made Quilts, IVery,Speclai Gift For Graduatkm Pho - l BETrY LANE: OWNER RETIRED SCHOOL EMPLOYEES The Summers County Association of Retired School Employees will meet for a 10:00 brunch in the main dining room of Pipestem State Park on May 17. Dr.and Mrs. Fred Webb, who recently returned from teaching assignments in China, will be guest speakers at the meeting which will follow in the Maple Room. Reservations should be made with the arrangements committee: Mae Dodd, chairman, Pauline Meadows and Eveline Meadows. UNIVERSITY WOMEN The Hinton Branch of the Amer- ican Association of University Wo- menw ill meet Tuesday evening May 20 at 7:00 at the home of Sorour Payman. Co - hostesses are Pat- ricia Stacklin and Marflyn McLe-n. The program is 1986 Internat~.' ,d Year of Peace and will be l>re- sented by Dr. Leo Misagi from Becldey. All members are invited. REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will be held at the Lockbridge Methodist Church May 18 thru 25. Speaker will be Rev. Billy Cornell. Everyone Welcome. Services are at 7:00 p.m. Special music each night. "Prayer Time" 6:30 P.M. each night. Lay leader is Melvin Rich- mond. Beckley College will hold their fifty-third commencement, on Fri- day, May 16, 1986 at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Baptist Church, 1405 SOu- th Kanawha Street, Beckley. Dr. Jerry Beasley, President of Concord College, will be the guest speaker. A reception will follow the comm- encement ceremony, and graduates and their guests are invited to attend. Dr. John W. Saunders, President of Beckley College, has announced the following students as prospect- ive graduates to receive their de- grees at the commencement. Local graduates are: ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN RESPIRATORY THERAPY Don Franklin Holton of Meadow Bridge, West Virginia, p~od Lola Suzanne Keaten of NI~"'~ West Virginia. barriers are racism, unrestrained nationalism, religious conflict, the unequal status of women and lack of both a un/versal language and universal education. Will Do Ca@ontia' Work Roofing, Siding, Painting, Rosedeling, And Room Additioos, Call Bobby Gtin r - 0512 Tim carl GIm at 4t-H50. Me Jt ooJ late The itia nor