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2 7 Hlnton News Tues. May 30. 1995 \\; I- Me'and Mo'e-Pe-a R'eadg-our-Newspape" 1 I : _ --.. _ Because a recent survey found that The HINTON NEWS is the favored source for three out of five for local news and advertising items. O SIGN ME UR Send me a full year of THE HINTON NEWS (52 Issues). In state residents $16.43. Out of state residents $18.00. Orders must be prepaid. Name Address (pkme i=at) City I State Zlp O My payment is enclosed Please allow up to 3 weeks for delivery of the first .opy TEAR & MAIL TO: THE HINTON NEWS P. O. BOX 1000 L. L.. _ _ -- __ HINTON,_.WV 25951 LETTER TO THE EDTITOR Recognize Distinguish Leaders Dear Editor, I would like to recognize, with great respect, some of our distin- guished leaders in Summers County who have the courage to take a public stand for LIFE. Summers County Right To Life, the local chapter ofWest Virginians For Life, holds a Walk For Life each year in Hinton to show support for the protection of human life and to help raise funds to educate the pub- lic in Life Matters. Sheriffs Report Prepared by the Sheriffs Dept. May 19, Leatha Adkins, 39, charged with two counts worthless check and arrested on a bench war- rant, appeared before Magistrate Beasley paid fine and cost, Sheriff's Deputy Terry Smith. May 23, Marty Davis, 44, charged Summers County can be proud to have leaders willing to put their beliefs into action publicly by par. tidpatingin these walks. Who among us could be more busy than Pastors and Doctors? Yet, they have sacri- riced their valuable time to protect the mostimportant issue of our time, THE RIGHT TO LIFE. Hats Offi to: Rev. David Schmitt, St. Patrick's Church; Rev. and Mrs. Herb Ellison, The Ascension Episcopal Church; Pastor and Mrs. Cecil Welch, Hinton Church of God; Pastor and Mrs. Deputy Dennis Roark. May 23, 47, Joyce Huffman, charged with three counts of false representation of employment, ap- peared before Magistrate Beasley paid fine and cost, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark and Deputy Terry Smith. May 23, Darren Forren, 30, charged with battery, appeared be- fore Magistrate Jeffries released on a year probation, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark and Deputy Terry Smith. May 24, Frankie Berry, 23, charged with two counts ofiseuing a worthless check, appeared before Jeffriea paid fine and cost, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark. May 24, Ronnie D. Adkins, 38, charged with malicious assault and two counts of domestic battery, appeared before Magistrate Jeffries released on bond, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark and Deputy Terry Smith. Laura Dotson, 19, charged with fraud on rental property and issuing a worthless check, appeared before Magistrate Jeries released on bond, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark. William Gross, 20, charged with issuing a worthless check, appeared before Magistrated Jeffries paid fine and cost, Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Roark. Chief's Report Prepared by Police Chief Johnny Mann. May 19, Harold F. Pack, 44, ar- rested on bail piece, Chief Johnny Mann. May 28, Roger Dale Cox, 31, charged with DUI second ofence and driving while license revoked, Patrolman Robert Maddy. May 27, William C. Smith, 22, charged with first offence DUI, Pa- trolman Timothy S. Adkins end Shannon Bartgis I I I Beautiful Rose Bushes in Bud & Bloom Reduced 1/3 WEBBS FLORIST & GREENHOUSES On the 4-lens CRAB ORCHARD, WV. I Eddie Johnson, Sandstone Baptist Church; Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Sea- ton, HJnton. And, to all others, past and pres- ent, who have taken part. Sincerely, Bonnie J. Ayers Sandstone PRESIDENT EISENHOWER, VISITS THE GREENBRIER HOTEL In the 1930s and '40s, President Franklin D. Roosevelt could have won any popularity contest because of his leadership bringing our nation out of the great depression. And, during the '40s, a five-star army general was becoming very popular because of his leadership of ailed forces in defeating the Dictators' of Europe during World War Two, General Dwight D. Eisenhower. The war was over, our nation was prospering with jobs and ecconomic stability. The Republican Party persuaded the general to run for President of the U. S. Campaign literature and buttons with the theme, "I Like lke" was everywhere, and truly, the nation did like Ike. Wherever Ike went to speak he flashed that handsome, friendly smile and doffed his hat and in doing so won halfofthe constituents to his side before he even opened his mouth. President Dwight D. Eisenhower served two full terms in the White House, 1952 through 1959. During this second term, Presi- dent Eisenhower decided to host a "get acquainted" meeting with our neighboring countries, Canada and Mexico. He reasoned that when high ranking visitors from Europe visited the U. S. an all out greeting was given while our neighbors were hardly ever hosted. An informal conference billed as a hemespheric solidarity" meeting was scheduled to be held at the world famous Green- brier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs, W. Vs. starting with a din- ner hosted by President Eisenhower the night of March 26th., a business meeting Tuesday March 27th. and all return to their respective capi- tals Wednesday, March 28th. The C&O Railway Company re- furbished C&O President Walter J. Tuohy's private business car for President Eisenhower's use. The J, nnivorsarv Ooen .........   , ..... "g r- " O0 .,,,,,,.lttxaQr.m'bQate aloagex m ....... '{}i [eeVislon, a el, dining room, five bedrooms and crew quar- ters. The celebrated 16.room presi- dential suite at the Greenbrier Ho- tel was made ready for his arrival. A full crew of railroad men dead- headed from Hinton to Washington, D.C., to handle the president's, 14- car special train. They were: Engi- neer Cecil C. Lilly, fireman Pat H. White, conductor Wiley S. Ailstock, brakeman J.W. Gore and Ray Hay- the. William J. (Jackie) &Mary Kelly of St. Augustine, Fi. will be hosting a 50th. Wedding Anniversary Open House honoring his parents, Dan and Edith Boyer, at the Boyer home on Freezeland Mt. Sun. June 4th., 2:00 - 4:00 P.M. They were married Jan. 20, 1945 in the First Christian Church in Baltimore, Md. Relatives and friends are invited to join the celebration.  I I I J,mmy s TV Sales & Serv=ce Steve Ross, Owner Free Estimates, In Home TV lll , i Service, We Service All erandsl I/ '"' ,HI "Keeping The Tradition Alive" We Appreciate Your Patronage Downtown Hinton 466-0466 NEW OPERA TING HOURS Starting ,Julle 1st. For Our Customers Convenience Mon. thru Fri. 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Sat. 9:00 am till 12:00 Noon Quality Service is our Main Goal RABIES C LINIC JUNE 10 - 17th VACCINES COST $5,00 LOCATION Sat, 10th ......................... New River Animel Hospital, 2.4 Mon., 12th ......................... Hix Store 2-3 & Keetley, 3:304 Tues., 13th. Plpestem KOA 2-3 & Forest Hill Near Blumes Store, 3:30-4 Wed., 14111 ........................ Green Sulphur Post Office, 2 - 4 Thurs., 15th ................................ Kroger, Hlnton, 2 - 4 Fri., 161h ..... Talcott School, 2 3; and Pence Spdngs, P. O., 3:30 - 4 Sat, 17th .......................... New River Animal Hospital, 2-4 SPONSORED BY NEW RIVER ANIMAL HOSPITAL DR. CONNIE HYLER-BOTH, DVM Pets must be at least 3 months old. Aboard the train besides Presi- dent Eisenhower and the train crew were about fifty presidential atten- dants and nearly one-hundred U.S., Canadian and Mexican newsmen. The special left Washington, D.C., at 11:02 p.m., Sunday night, March 25, 1956 traveling over the B&O, RF&P, Southern and C&O, and arrived White Sulphr Springs at 7:30 a.m., Monday morning March 26th. President Adolf Cortines of Mex- ico and Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent of Canada arrived by plane later in the day. While waiting for his guests to arrive, a fourseome round of golf was played by President Eisenhower, Sam Snead, the White Sulphur golf pro., Bernard Shanley, the White House appointment secretary and Press Secretary James Hagerty. As the golf game got under way in a light rain the temperature hovered around 38 degrees. President Eisenhower's personal doctor, Ma- jor General Howard M. Snyder, fol- lowed closely behind the players keeping a close watch on the Presi- dent. Ike had suffered a heart attack in Denver, Colorado, the summer of 1955 causing Dr. Snyder great con- cern for his health. While the conference asbeingheld between the three great leaders, separate meetings were held by Secretary of State John Foster Dul- les of the U. S., Lester B. Pearson, Canadian Foreign Minister and Luis Padilla Nerve, Mexican Foreign Minister. Aphotograph of C&O officials and the train crew that brought the spedal train into White Sulphur Springs is on display in Hinton's Railroad Museum. I urge readers of this trivia to donate their railroad memorabilia to the Museum for safe keeping and also to be appreciated by future generations. LETTER TO THE ' EDITOR In Need Of New Uniforms Dear Fellow Summers Countians: The Summers County High School Band is in need of financial support to purchase new uniforms. Their current uniforms are worn and out- dated. This makes it difficult for our band to participate in competitions, festivals, and public appearances with confidence. The cost of each complete uniform is around $500.00 and approximately 50 uniforms are needed. The Summers County High School Band is composed of talented, dedi- cated young people, who, as we know, are the future of Summers County. Donations may be sent to: Sum- mers County High School Band Uniform Fund: do The First Na- tional Bank of Hinton, P. O. Box 70, Hinton or do The First National Bank of Hinton, P. O. Box 220, Hin- ton. Your support will be greatly ap- preciated. Gary L. Miller Summers County High School Band Boosters A F co s AVE. & TEMPLE ST. HINTON, WV PHONE 441S-S i:!!  ..... Mark W R. Ph. Treatment Options for Uterine Fibrids = Fibroids arc noncancerous tu- I mors in the uterus. It is estimated I that 1 out of 5 women over 30 and under age 50 experience fibroids. According to a recent issue of FDA Consumer, fibroids are responsible I for 3 out of every 10 hysterecto- | mies performed in the U.S. each I year. Some fibroids take years to I grow to the size of a pea, while t others reach grapefruit size in the same amount of time. Some weigh more than 20 pounds. The FDA Consumer indicates that the Ameri- 1 can College of Obstetricians and Gynccologists has developed guidelines regarding fibroid size and the need for surgery. If the uterus i bigger than it would be at the 12th week of a normal preg- nancy, a hysterectomy is indicated, even if no other symptoms arc present r Other treatment options ifi- elude medications and less inva- sive surgery. A new group of pre- scription drugs known as "GnRH analogs" may be used to block the release of estrogen, causing a shrinkage of fibroid tissue. These drugs include leuprolide (Lupron), nafarelin (Synarel), and goserelin (Zoladex). Sometimes, symptoms such as pressure or pain can be relieved by the shrinkage. New sur- gical techniques for fibroids in- clude laser or electrosurgery. Myo- mectomy or removal of the fibroid itself often is recommended over a hysterectomy. i Dan's C:afe Top of the hill at Hilldale (former Peppermill Cafe) .... F eql . ,Wed., only aeua for all you can eatl. I. pizza, Spaghetti, Lasagna, Feltuccini al Fredo and 6 different desserts / 5:00 pm to closing Fresh Homemade Bread Daily and the Best Pizza M W. I/. Specialty of the House: White Wine Seafood Lasagna a Coconut Cream Pie Sunday Buffet / 12 noon to6 pm 466-5814 Open 7 days a week / 11 am to 11 pm i PRIMATENE MIST COMPLETE UNIT I DURACELL AA OR AAA BATTERIES 2-Pock C or D 2-Pock or 9-Volt 239 EFFERDENT 3] 9 LiSTERINE ,oc, J 2 79 == FAMILY PHARMACY OYSTER SHELL ...... CALCIUM [/I 250 rag., 100 ct. FAMILY PHARMACY SPF 1S SUNBLOCK 4 oz. 1 II / MAALOX 49 Extro Stren" n 12 oz Liqui0 or Plus 100 Ct. TobieS. TOWELS J ,F 4 oz ........ 3.49 Big FoUr Drug Store 3rd. Ave. & Temple St. 466-2323 NOTICE: ThrS  IS preoed 90 days p/.3r to sate date, In some csses, some  items may not be avallafe due to c.cumstances beyond our control We regeet ths nconvemence Wa rese.,a the rtgt to hffat qoanobes. M( M te le of R , d