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8-Hmton News Tues. May 19, 1981 = Engagement The engagement of Miss Vic- ki Lynn Gill to Wallace Dean Moninger is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Melvin Gill of Flatwooda Ky. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ja- mes Wayne Moniuger of Ru- ssell, Ky. Announced Miss Gill is the granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keaton of Hilldale and Mrs. Birdie Gill of Rt. 1, Hlnton. The open church wedding will take place at 7:30, July 25th in the Grace Church of the Naz- arene, Ashland, Ky. Intern Program (00larified- Explained EcoTheater, Inc. is an idig-- airman of Kent State Theat- enous theater company located re Department; Dr. Richard on a 200 acre farm at Pew- Mennen, Director of Theatre, ley's Creek, WV. EcoThaater University of North Carolina at will be continuing their intern Greensboro; Dr. Maureen Sh- program started last year. Th- ea, Assistant Professor of Th- ere are several positions, open eatre, Virginia Tech, along .which provide room and a with workshops with Humanist small stipend or travel expens- Scholars. Humanists include : es locally in exchange for exp- Dr. Colin Turnbull, anthropol- erience under supervision of ogist; Mary Dean Lee, organ- professional directors that incl- izational anthropologist; Dr. ude Dr. Louis Erdmann, Ch- Richard Mennen, Director of Radiologic Technology C lasses Availab le A number of student slots for Bluefieid State College's 1981 - 82 Radiologic Technology pro- gram in Beckley are still open, according to college officials. "Persons interested in apply- ing for admission into this program should make their app- lication immediately," said program director Steve Curry. Information about the radiol- Theatre; Toni Cade Bambara, author; Charles Dickenson, th- eologian; Lou Erdmann, dir- ector. Interns will be expected to report to work on the first day of June and work to the end of August, and bring with them clothing and other supplies needed to set up residency at the Women's Farm, home base of EcoTheater. Male interns will reside approximately a mile from the main farm in an old fashioned farm house with running water piped into the house from a spring for kitchen useage. Female interns live about one third mile from the main farm in an old school ogic technology program can house with a well. There are no be obtained from Jim Parsons indoor plumbing facilities. The in Beckley at 255- 5812, Curry on the Bluefleld campus at 325 - 7102 or 425 - 7600 or through the Bluefield State College admi- ssion office. The openings apply only to the Beckley - based program and not to the Bluefield rad- iologic technology program. river is 2 miles away; the lake, 9 miles. The town is also about 9 miles away. Personal- Mr. Jacob Daniels is a pat- ient in the Montgomery Hos- pital, Room 316, Montgomery, W. Va. Interns who work toward credit from their colleges are expected to have conference with Maryat Lee, Director of the program, weekly. Students working for credit will have extra work such as a paper, or a number of reports to be evaluated along with their work to qualify for the credits. In- terns will be hired to perform certain tasks for the entire summer. In music, the intern will be responsible to the playwright - director for creating lyrics suit- able to the plays The Day itinton Died, John Henry and Ole Miz Dacey, perform in plays, be responsible at per- formances for the setting and striking of the mikes and all sound equipment. Music for rehersals will be taught and directed by the music intern and supervision and care of all sound eqtdpment will be in his - her charge. The pUbhc relations lmern will be in charge of all. pub- licity about EcoTheater and Simmons Come on over to Foodiand tim, house the specials are close to ! performances including: TV, radio, advance, poster, bann- ers, signs and word-of-mouth and may conduct a writing workshop. This intern may also act in productions. Passing out programs, replenishing supply of brochures at businesses in 'town and other local places are also son'ie of the duties. This intern will have a crew to teach, delegate and supervise. The newest intern position this year will be in marketing .or sales; for souvenirs, food, promotional materials, of Eco- Theater, setting up a souvenir table at each performance and for advertising signs, posters or the notices used to create sales promotion. Inventory, reorder- ing, cataloging and packaging and sales reports and charts are among some of the res- ponsibilities of this intern. This intern will also have the opp- ortunity to train an assistant and will be able to act in one of the plays. Maintenance and Technical Engineer will be another int- ern position. This person will have to have certain skills and knowledge of using machinery, i. e power tools, as well as car- pentry tools. There are 2 small buildings to construct and this intern will be responsible for repairs and up keep of the other buildings. There will also be the responsibility of creating pro- ps, building sets and creating production needs as directed by the director or designer. Th- ere maybe time also to act in the .plays and participate in workshops and other classes. This intern will be in charge of a crew in a supervisory capa- city. Responsibilities for veh- icles will be another aspect of the job. Someone with carp- entry and mechanical skills but without theater training is en- couraged to apply. Persons interested in apply- ing for an intership with Eco- Theater are asked to call Luc- inda Ayres or Teri Vaughn at the Business Office Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM at 466- 2498 or 466- 4592 or write for more information to Re. 1, Box 189, Hinton, WV 25951. Fried Chicken $2 s, WHIT[ CLOUD Balk Tiawo ,,o, 99 Pkg, . Ill It nil I lll n Illlllln It, t FOOm.MDCeW "t tn ml u.,4,.,.,..,c..,.,, m o p Ioa Ibdishos . lb. n  Brown t __, [ Beans mm00m n, m I s  - ( Charcoal Ice Cream : tV Irllfll t..,,.,,wo,, | ,, , ' n,..,., Milk Colby I ,, ........... :: ..... frH--.. ', (__) _q I 41NnNrlllapki o | " I I I I = cou eoed  T IIlUllllll w U.S. No. 1 Fancy Tmatoes 3 lb. / 1.00 cam sw Strawberries .P qt. F SWNI Yal (m sck) Cm 6 oars / 1.00 caiia Nmt Oranps 10 / 1.00 Napkins 69" of-.. , J[ 1 Shampoo '. $ m 29 Balls .,,... , , paper 99" -'' '" 79" , 49 , Marshmollowg Plates , Rinse 0" " Additionally, I held casework sessions in the counties, where people came and talked with me individually. Sometimes they came with problems ass- ociated with black lung or social security benefits. Some- times they just wanted to dis. cuss legislation. Often they'd have a small checklist of things they wanted to talk about, Just to make sure they told me everything thai was on their mind. Some people were really con- corned that the budget cutting process would seriously harm good programs like those deal- ing with special education or vocational education. I tried to assure them there was no less commitment to these programs by this administration and that our aim really is to try and improve delivery of these pro- grams to the people. The open, town hall meetings resulted in some good discuss- ions between the group and myself and individuals within the group. It provided an opportunity for me to talk about some of the new law that is in Congress and changes in old laws which are being proposed. In Summers County, resid- ents there let me know they wanted to see Bluestone Lake remain as a fishing and rec- reation area. They were trou- bled by sporadic reports that the U.S. Army Corps of Eng- ineers is studying the install- ation of power generating fa- cilities on the river. Follcs in Pocahontas County said they needed a modern all - purpose north- south highway to serve that area. They po- inted out that the so - called " scenic highway" built in that area several years ago at con- stderable expense gets very limited use. Congress has reconvened foil owing a two-week recess in which I spent much of the time in the 2nd District meeting with and talking to constituents. My travels took me from Summers County, nearly in the southern-most part of the dist- rict to Morgan County in the far north I also stopped in rural areas like Pocahontas County as well as more urban comm- unities like Martinsburg and Charles Town. On these visits, I always attempted to touch base with two groups -- senior citizens and high school students. I usually had lunch with the seniors which gave me an opportunity to hear about their programs and concerns. For instance, many seniors in Sum- mers County were concerned about proposed budget cuts that would affect the Cardinal, the Amtrak passenger train that serves that area.Hinton is a railroad town and I can share the concern of the people who fear losing that vital transpor- tation link. I enjoyed speaking to Ameri- can government classes in high 'school. It is always a refre- shing experience. I try to ill- ustrate the legislative pro- cess by explaining step by step how an idea by a lawmaker becomes a bill and goes th- rough the hearing and debate stages in both the Senate and the House. Although the students gener- ally asked provocative quest- ions, occasionally one of them had an " off the wall" in- quiry. ! recall one asking me what made me think Con#xess- men were worth all the money we are paid. I had to tell him he would have to make that dee. ision, but I explained the sal- aries are set by law and how they compare to other senior government officials. A Report From Congressmen Cleve Benediot i iiii i i ii ,ill i III II I II I I new development, advertising eer." and public relations. Aluminum ..,.:.,*" "' "" """ 9 9" --.- 5 7" BBQ Sauce 7 9" I I I I III "m|lm||||..ll Ci B r --o-,...o.,o. ,___ i ncinnati oosters k A ,-.,..,-- n Cincinnati's new tourism pro-" Delta Air Lines will spend ik_lk ' 0"0 Mdm" I'I .-=-.=- m=,= gram has received a number of $9.5 million and add 13 flights to [ll m ! Fellmd 12 Oz. TU;o  few weeks,bcmsts in rapid order in the last make,,It is the most significantCincinnati a major hub. t[ lll\\;M Superior I Whipped pping 9 Here are among the most increase in new destination [ Prankies ] " """ ---. noteworthy: service we have ever made in n.,=i k|tl  --Flights have been added by one city," said Delta president iA12o Sl [  several airlines, linking the city David C. Garrett. United is with cities across the country initiating serviceto Cincinnati, sttn .ICCD FOODLAND as well as to nearby destin- and Republic is adding two " Iklcon Pkg. . - n kco= King IJizo Bread ations. Delta Air Lines is mak- flights. ing Greater Cincinnati a major Samuel Huttenhauer, Jr., Ch-  SNd At rtdld I 4 t 5[9 Half [.Sg hub. airman of the Greater Cin- '' ' -,.,,-,,-- . 89" "n- ._.,'-. [" $1 =" -- The financial package has cinnatt Convention and Visitors lFullpnndt been completed for a $65 mill- Burea , said The increased "t.-;m, maammm,mm  '. ion ttyatt Regency Hotel and flights to places such as Sos- BonelessBreak)ulnamSlice FamilyPackM[xedCcnterCul Saks Fifth Avenue store to be ton, Los Angeles, Chicago and i. Pork i'hops I. Armor's Canned Hams- $ lb. Fresh Lean Ground Chuck 1,69 I *-- HMIRGI & H0T DOG constructed downtown, Dallas will help our already site ..49 Family Pack Extra [,tun Ch- -- Plans have been comple- strong convention business, . Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna . opped Sirloin 1,99 Superior flraunschweigcr ,79 Ikml f " ted for a $25 million renova- and the added service to such iz or. pkg, ( Reg.- Thick1 1.49 Superior Bee[ [.'rankles. 12 oz. I "' lng Ballard's Potato Salud, Mac- Fomlly Pack Boneh#ss Rib Eye pkg. 1.19 tion of the Netherland Hilton by places as Columbus, Indiana- aronlSalador Cole Slaw-12 or. (I)elmonlcol Steaks 4.99 n    j Dunfey Hotel Corporation. polis, Evansville and Ft. Way .....  I.'antily Pack Boneless Break- Land-O-FrostChlpped Meats- When completed, the newly - ne will make it easy for those in  de gas1 Hun, Slices 1.99 Z % oz. pkg. z- I.m I --" )$ renovated Hotel Netherland near- by cities to visit us for a Chicken 9, --- 99 ,-- will be in the top of Dpnfey's close- to - home three - day .- 7 b d d[dl three classes of hotels, holiday. S   a._ Chopped ' $ Ill 99 Ham ,,: ..,,= - - _ Bread .,L V2P' -- THE WESTIN HOTEL, "Cincinnati and its metro i Sirloin ,. *- s',,: .sta ,u.erhal, CINCINNATI, Westin's new area offer an impressive, and I  Sit IlstNI ttad Turkeys - 4 - 1O lb. 1.19 luxury hotel across from the think very appealing, arrayof $ =! 29. ,,..-- " Turkey  """" "  I-o city's Fountain Square, opened cultural, dining, entertaining Chicken 10-14 its doors in April. and historical attractions that asts , , Lunch $1 49 " v Amlel rood =..-.- - The new developments corn- far exceed those foundin other Meat m ,, , , , __ 12St. plement Greater Cincinnati's cities of its size -- or even much UA  k, t.p year- old tourism program that larger cities", said Huttenbau- lldoln $  39 '  * " " $ Ill 59 SWill UOIII ' 79 " is designed to quadruple local er. "This makes it a desir- Steaks V . Wieners tourism into a billion dollar able destination for either the ammal industry by 1984 through vacationer or the convention- Haviland Porcelain Fine China