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6 Legal Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN PARTITION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MEltS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA BERNICE "AGNES TIIOMAS CLARKE. Plaintiff, Civil Action No. 7P.26 Vs. Hinton News. Tues. July 3, 1979 Legal Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION ..CIRCUIT COURT OF SUM- MERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA BONNIE HUSTON LOWRY and RUSSELL G. LOWRY, her husband Plaintiff v. NADINE HUSTON HUNTER and DAVID I. HUNTER, he/" husband Defendant Civil Action No. 79-C-82 I. (Theobjoct of this sult lsto GEORGIA EDMONA HARRAH require specific performance of and THOMAS HARRAH, her contract to sell real estate. husband; DAVID ARTHUR To the Above Named Defend- THOMAS and ANNIE ants THOMAS, his wife, MARY It appearing by affidavit fried JOAN BUCKHOLZ and WILL- in this act/on that Nadine Hns- IAM BUCKHOLZ, her hus- ton Htmter and David I. Hunter, band; VIOLET INEZ are non-residents of the State of SNYDER; LEE ELDRIDGE West Virignia, it is hereby THOMAS and OLIVIA ordered that Nadine Huston TIIOMAS, his wife; JEWEL Hunter end David I. Hunter ELIZABETH PIERCE; serve upon David L. Parmer, KENNETH FLINT THOMAS: Plaintiffs attorney, whose add- Legal Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS The Summers County Comm- Ission will conduct public meet- lngs, as required under Public Law 95- 217 4OCFR 25, (Pub- lic Participation in Water Pull- ution Control). A Facilities Plan, as prep- ared by Pentree, Inc., Con- sulting Engineers for said Sum- mers County for the study, prevides for a wastewator man- agement plan, including trans- portation, celleetion, and treat- merit scrvices for a designated study area within Summers County. The plan further add- resses sanitary sewer collect!on systems propused w/thin the study area. The following unln- corporated communities are contained within Summers Co- unty: Hilltop, Pipestem, Forest Hill, EVELYN SCHMEISER WET- ZEL; RUTH SCHMEISER; MARIE SCHMEISER WET- ZEL and ROBERT WETZEL ,her husband; BRIDGETT ALMA THOMAS; BE'ITY MARIE TAYLOR and WILL- IAM TAYLOR, her husband; BILLY EDWARD THOMAS and RUTH THOMAS, his wife; BERNARD ARTHUR THOMAS; BEATRICE HELEN THOMPSON and BERNARD THOMPSON, her husband; BONNIE GAY ROY and DELMAS ROY, her husband; PHYLLIS JEAN CARTER AND THOMAS CARTER, her husband; RALPH HENRY THOMAS and JENNY THOMAS , his wife; FRANK. LIN EUGENE THOMAS and CAROL THOMAS, his wife; ALLAN ELLIOTT THOMAS and DIANA THOMAS, his wife; ELLA DELLA STEEP and DONAfA) STEEP, her hus- hand; and HERSEL OWEN THOMAS, and any and all other unknown heirs of DAVID SILAS THOMAS, deceased, Defendants, The object of the above an- tiffed action is to partition am- ong those entitled thereto the following described lands of which the said David Silas Thomas died seized lnestate: That by deed dated Sept- ember 25, 1924, of record in Deed Book 51 at page 234, in the Office of the Clerk of the Co- unty Court of Summers Co- unty, West Virginia, conveyed to David Silas Thomas, being a tract of approximately 27 acres, more or less, situated in Tal- cart District, Summers County, West Virginia. It appearing by affidavit fil- ed in this action that said Mary Joan Buckholz and William Buckhoiz; Violet Inez Snyder; Lee Eldridge Thomas and Ol- ivia Thomas; Jewel Elizabeth Pierce; Kenneth Flint Thomas; Evelyn Schmelser Wetzel; Ruth Schrneiser; Marie Schmeiser Wetzel and Rohert Wetzel; Bet. ty Marie Taylor and William Taylor; Bernard Arthur Thom- as; Bonnie Gay Boy and Del- mas Roy; Allan ElUott Thomas and Diana Thomas; Hersei Ow. en Thomas, are nonresidents of the state of West Virginia; that there are or may be persons other than those named above, as plaintiff and defendants who, are heirs of said David Silas Thomas and interested in said ress is P.O. Box 39, l-llnton, True, Stroeter, Nimltz- Jump. West Virginia, an answer, in- ingBranch, Madam Crnek, Hill- ciuding any related counter dale, Brooklyn, Talcott, Lowell, claim or defense you may have Pence Springs, Glem'ay, River- to the complaint filed in this side, Brooks, Sandstone, Mead- action on or before July 26, 1979. ow Creek, Beech Run. If you fail to do so, thereafter A preliminary copy of the judgment, upon proper hearing Facilities Plan is available for and trial, may be taken ag- review at the Region I Planning ainst you for the relief de- manded in the complaint, A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersign- ed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court, June 26, 1979. Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT July 3, lO Legal Notice NOTICE! To the Creditors and Bene- & Development Council and at the Commission's offices. The Consulting Engineer will anew- er any and all inquiries prior to the scheduled meeting date. Any such inquiries should be directed to Mary Fisher at 912 East Main Street, Oak Hill, WV, or by telephone at 4e5- 5e97. The public meetings are to be held in the Circuit Courtroom in Hinn, West Virginia, at 3:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. on July 30, 1979, All interested parties are flciaries of the Estate of Ch- invited to atteeM, participate, aries I. Karnes; Margaret S. and comment on the propmed Edmonds; Homer K. Lester; plan. Written comments are and Harry Hill. welcome and will be made a All parsons having claims part of the official record, pro- against the estate of the said vided that such written carom- Charles I. Karnes, Margaret S. ents are relative to the plan and Edmonds, Homer K. Lester and Harry Hill deceased, whether due or not, are notified to ex- hibit same with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at his office, in Hinton, West Virginia, on or before the 5th day of November, 1979; otherwise they may by law he excluded from all bene- fits of said estate. All hens. are received no later than 10 days after the date and time of presentation, as stipulated above. The purpose of these meet- lngs is to allow the public to assist and aid the Summers County Commission in identify- ing valid environmental issues and other pertinent cousiderat- ions prior to formal adoption of ficiaries of said estate may the proposed plan by the part- appear on or before said date to ies involved in said plan. examine said claims or other- wise protect their interest. Given under my hand this 2nd day of July, 1979 Frederick W. Sawyers Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W, Vs. July 3 Legal Notice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA LORETTA MAE HUFFMAN MEADOWS, Plain- tiff an infant, who sues by her mother and next friend, LEOTA HUFFMAN SPADE V. RONALD WAYNE MEADOWS Defendant Civil Action No. 79-C- 78 l. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) TO the Above Named Defend- ant: It appearing by affidavit ili- ad in this action that Ruuald Wayne Meadows is a non- res- /dent of the State of West July 3, I0, 17, 24 Assistance Available West Virginia University st- udents searching for part- time and summer employment while in Morgantown can now get assistance from the University through its now part-time Job service. The service was designed by the WVU Center Services Cen- ter to help find Jobs for st- udents who do net qualify for the federal work- study prog- ram, but who still need to work to help pay for their education. Students are required to pro- Peterstown Area. News Peterstown Area News Joint dedication services for the new Muniqipal Services Center and the Town of Pet- erstown as a bird sanctuary were held Sunday in the center. Jan Duncan, Monroe County prosecuting attorney, conduct- ed the dedication of the Pet- erstown Municipal Services Center which began outdoors with the national anthem and the flag salute. The anthem was played by the Peterstown High School Pep Band which also played "Country Roads". Guests were welcomed by May- or Osby W. Harvey, Keys to the buildings wre presented to C. Cameron Hunt- er of Hunter & Associates, designers of the building by Douglas Mayfield of Mountain Country Enterprises Hunter then presented the keys to Mayor Harvey for the town. After the ribbon cutting, the group entered the center aud- itorium were Rev. Regan Gibb gave the dedicatory prayer. Mayor Harvey and Rap. Tony Whitlow then made comments. Mayor Harvey noted that in 1973 when he was elected to Ms first term the town has no offices as such and council meetings were held in many places, including the mayor's home. He expressed his app. rectation to the people of the Region I Planning and Develop- ment Commission, legislators Marion Shifter, Tony Whitlow and O'Dell Huffman, Mrs. Mark Ratliff, Layne Bailey, the Town Council, Peterstown Woman's Club, the Extension Homemak- er's Clubs, and Peterstown Rot- ary Club for their support in obtaining the center. Funded by a $53,000 partner- ship grant through the Gover- . her's Office of Economic and Community Development, the center contains some 1,400 square feet and houses offices for the mayor, the town clerk and the town police. It has an auditorium for council meetings and community functions and meets all government specif- ications for access by the hand- icapped. Following the center dedicat- ion Mrs Jewel McDonald, pre- sident of the Peterstown Wom- an's Club, conducted the pro- gram dedicating the Town of Peterstown as a bird santu- uary in memory of Wesley Frame Jr., a conservation off- icer for the West Virginia De- partment of Natural Resources who was killed on duty near Psterstown, Speakers included James Br- own, member of the Blbbee Nature Club, Monroe County Sheriff John Porterfield and Fairley Long, president of the Peterstown Rotary Club. The project was conceived while Mrs. Sandra Frame was chairman of the conservation department of the Woman's Mabel Isola; Treasurer- Ella Buckland; Conductress- Kellan Martin; Associate Conductress- Bonnie Sutton; Chtplain- Ruby Baliard; Marshall -Dorothy Dram; Organist-Carmel Fran- cis; Adeh- Sandy Porterfleld; Ruth Marilyn Duaford; Esther- Faye Ramsay; Martba- Patty Vaillanoourt; Elects- Donna Jordan; Warder- Elizabeth Si- bold; Eartinel- Cecil Ramsey. The new worthy matron chose for her Emblem, "The Open Holy Bible"; Motto- "We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight"; " Watchwords", "Faith Hope and Prayer", Flowers, Yellow Carnations or Seasonal Flowers ; Colors, Yellow, Green and White, Five Emblematic colors. Following the installation ser- vice , the worthy matron and worthy patron was presented with gifts from the chapter, and the outgoing officers and in- stalling officers were presented gifts from the worthy matron and patron. A short program, under the direction of Irene Long was presented the worthy matron and patron by the off- icers. A social hour followed in the fining hail, with the Red Sul- phur members serving as host- eases, which was enjoyed by all. Senior Coke Party "Moments to Remember" was the theme of the Annual Coke Party honoring the 1979 graduates of Peterstown High School. Decorations were foc- used on special monents and memories for the class and table centerpiece featured "The Big Moment", graduation- June 5. Peterstown Botary Club, Pet- erstown's Woman's and Peter- stown Junior Woman's Club were the sponsors for the ann- ual event. Class members were divided into three teams- blue, green and pink- for the evening's act- ivities. Some of the highlights of the evening included relays such as 'Pass the orange', 'Old clothes race'. 'Thread the spoon ', and other interesting games and a donee contest. The tempo was speeded up when the Senior Class sponsors and Pri. nO/pal were persuaded to join in the fun and games. One spon- sor, Coach Jerry Smith, out- shined his colleagues by win- ning the dance contest with his partner Lisa Meadows, head cheerleader. At the close of the games the 'Blue Team' was declared as winner of the night and each member was reward- ed with a kiss (Chocolate !! ). Refreshments were served to everyone, which of course in- eluded plenty of Cokes, as well as cookies, chips and dip. The Senior Class of 1979 wish- fog to make the party another "moment to remember" invent- ed their own unique game with Club. Department members vo- shaving cream and raw eggs, ( ted to complete the project as a leftovers from previous memorial under the new chair- games.) man, mrs. Fairley Long. The ordinance was presented to the Town Council in February, 1979, and passed the final reading in April. The women have bought signs to be placed at the town limits designating it a sanct- uary area. After a few minutes of clean- up, several graduates joined around the piano or a sing- a - long. As members of the Senior Class departed for home, sent- iments were expressed to the 1979 Coke Party being exciting, Gerald Chandler, Clarence Drain, Russell Fleshman, C.L. Spangler, Oscar Spongier, James Terry, Wallace Young, Garfield Ganoe, Felix Ballard, James White, and Miss Frances Terry. Mr. and mrs. Jackie White of Prince George, Virginia visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Sibold. On Saturday they motored and was accompanied by Dewey Wayne Sibold of Ballard, W.Va. to Ashland, Ken- tucky and spent the night with Dennis's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Runynn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Buck- land of Spencer, Indiana, ann- ounce the birth on June 13 of their first child, a daughter, Christina Leigh, weight 5 lbs. 12 oz. The mother is the former Nancy St. Clair of Christians- Others attending the meeting were: Mrs. Cora Carmen, Mrs. Jennings Carden, Mrs. William Tuggle, Mrs. Allen Rubortmn, Mrs. Harold Shrader, Mrs. Fred Meadows, and a guest, Mrs. Jewell Francis. Garden Club Holds Meeting The Seneca Trail Garden Club met for the first meeting of the new club year on Tuesday with the recently elected president, Mrs. Oscar Spangier presiding. Devotions were given by Mrs. Hazel Jervis. A reading she gave featured the extremely important role a mother plays in the lives of her children. Minutes of the previous meet- ing were read by the secretary, Mrs. James White. Roll call was answered with a sugg, cation for a program for the coming year. A financial report was give, by the treasurer, Mrs. Orman Lively. Following the business sess- ion the chairmen of each com- mittee met with the members to plan programs and projects for the coming year. Instead of a picnic in July, there will be a regular meet- ing on the third Tuesday. Mem- bers are to answer roll call by giving the name, with a brief discussion of a perennial grow- ing in her garden or yard. The hostesses, Mrs. F_Agar I)ickson and Mrs. K.R. Courier, served delicious refreshments to sixteen members. Conference burg, Va. Paternal grandpar- La Leche League of Monroe' ents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. "corky" Buckiand of Cash- County and the Hinton Nursing Mothers' Group will send a mere, W. Va. delegate to hear health leaders from around the world speaking Ann Judson Circle at the Seventh International Conference of La Loche League, July 7-9, 1979, in Atlanta, Geo- rgia. La Leche League is an international organization which offers information and encouragement to mothers who want to breastfeed their babies. "Breastfeeding: The Inter- The Ann Judson Circle of the Peterstown Baptist Church met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Keith Boggess. Mrs. Vera Mann, vice-chalrman call- ed the meeting to order with the reading of the APW Purpose. The minutes and treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Row nie Brown. Members present colunteered refreshments for one day of Vacation Bible School. The program was most in- forming and interesting, given by Mrs. Oscar Spangler, a special guest, Mrs. Spangier spoke to the group on Baptist missions and mission work a- round the world. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Spangier, Mrs. Vera Mann, Mrs. Eugene Rice, Mrs. Norma Johnson and Mrs. Bonnie Brown. Happiness Group Hold Meeting The June meeting of the Hapiness Group of the United Methodist Women was held at the home of Mrs. Carol Wentz. Mrs. Linda Ray called the meeting to order and Mrs. Lillian Reynolds presented the devotions using as her theme, The International Year of the Child". Mrs. Carol Wentz was prog- ram leader and discussed Un- named Women of the Gospels. The minutes were read and approved and the roll was call- ed. During the business session it was announced that the United Methodist Women would be ser- ving at the Lindside Good Sam- aritan Center in July. An early morning worship service will begin in July at 8:30 a.m. rather than 11:00 a.m. The group is in charge of serving Men's Club on Monday night. Members plann- ed a menu and discussed ser- ving the men's group. The July meeting will be a family pot- luck dinner. The meeting adjourned and refreshments were served by Mrs. Wentz to Linda Ray, Bar- bara Pile, Eugena Floyd, Dab- bie Elmore, Lillian Reynolds, Donna Jordan, and Rita Moo- hey. Additives on Behavorial Prob Iels," to name a few. London H. Smith, M.D., "The Children's Doctor," well- known author, T.V. show guest and pediatrician will highlight the Conference with his Banquet address. It seems appropriate that this Conference is being held during the International Year of the Child since healthy babies and breast milk are two of the world's most valuable resourc- es. national Language of Love" is the theme of this unique Con- ference, featuring over two hundred speakers with a shared interest in the physical and emotional well-being of child- ran. Guest speakers will include pediatricians, psychiatrists, all- ergists, nutritionists, and others with particular expertise in breast feeding and related fields. Joan Beck, noted athur and syndicated columnist will discuss "Best Beginnings: Your Child's Mental Development, " Armond S. Goldman, M.D., will speak on "Immunological As- pects of Breastfeeding", and William Crook, M.D., warns of the "Effects of Food and Food Monroe County La Leehe Lea- gue has been active for one year. Informal meetings are held in members' homes month- ly to acquaint those interested with the physical, psycholog-,7 foal, and practical aspects o . breastfeedlng.  Summers County Nursi Mothers' Group, which is not yet formally affiliated with La, Locbe League but shares its purpose, meets at St. Patrick's Church in Wmton. It meets at 1. p.m. on the first Monday of each month. Mothers, expectant too- thers, and children are. welcome. The Budget Charade Thanks to double-digit Inflat- ion, Washington's tax collectors are laughing all the way to the bank. With your money. Tax collectors had a big month in April. Tax payments gave the government its first monthly budget surplus this year, according to Treasury Department figures - $52.2 bill- ion in tax receipts, or almost $10 billion higher than April a year ago. Tax receipts from last Oct. 1, when the fiscal year commenc- ed, through April teta]ed $253.8 'billion, compared with $212.4 billion for the same period in 1978 - a whopping increase of $41.4 billion or almost 20 percent. According to the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, double-digit inflation already . has helped reduce the size of the federal budget deficits for fis- cal 1979 and 1980 by extracting larger tax payments from work- era' paychecks and from cor- porate profits. Inflation pushes people into lands, whose names unknown to the plaintiff, and who are made parties to the complaint filed in this action by the general des- cription of unknown defendants '. it is ordered that each of them do serve upon David L. Zieg. let, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 110 James St., Inn- ton, West Virginia, an answer or other defense to the complaint filed in this action on or be- fore July 13, 1979, otherwise judgment by default will be taken against them at any time thereafter. A copy of said com. plaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her off- ice. Entered by the clerk of said Court June 18, 1979. Edith M. Meador Clerk of Citcuit Court June 19,26, July 3 Legal Notice FIDUCIARY NOTICE The accounts d the following fiduciaries are before me for settlement: Madeline Karnes, Executrix of the Estate of Charles I. Karnes; Doris S. Swatts, et ais., Ex- ecutor of Estate of Margaret S, Edmonds; Maisie M. Lester, Executrix of the Estate of Homer K. Lester; and Wilford E. Smith, Administ- rator of the Estate of Harry Hill.. Gigen under my hand on this ; the =rid day of July, 1979. W. Vs. Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Ronald Wayne Meadows e upon Kenneth E. Tawney, Plaintiff's attorney, whose add- ress is II0 James St., Hinton, West Virginia, an answer, in- eluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before July II, 1979. If yOU fail to do so, there- after judgment , upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can he obtained from the under- signed Clerk at his office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court June 11, 1979 Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT June 19, 26, July 3 Legal Notice Fiduciary Notice Notice is hereby given that the accounts of the following fiduciaries are now before me for settlement: Marvin B. Lacy, Committee for R.A. Ward an incompet- eat. Glemm Enela Parker, Exec- utrix of the Estate of William Harold Parker, deceased. Marjorie McNenr Ford and Jewell McNeer Bigony, Execut- rices of the Estate of Lena Faye McNeer, deceased, Larry D. Deeds, Administ- rator, C.T.A., Estate of Claire  Addle Shlrey, deceased. Rouald Dale McMlllen, Adm- inistrator of the Estate of Mabel E. McMillen, deceased. Given under my hand this the 28th day of June, 1979. J.C. Wise vide certain informalton on Mrs. Frame attended the dad- their application ( academic icatlon and expressed her major, number of course hours, trausportation availability and career goals) to help match the most qualified student with the best job. The jobs range from waiters and waitresses to part- time bookkeeper for area firms. Funding for the service is provided by the Financial Aid Office through its work- study program, with the provision that program costs must be exceeded by benefits received by the students in carnins. In the first two months of operation, 2e9 students applied for 62 JObs. Forty of these jobs have been filled, "I think it's amazing that in two months we've been able to exceed program costs," obser- ved Frank G. Carney coord- inater of the Career Services Center. Carney explained that the thanks for the honor given her late hnsband. She was accom- panied by her son W.C. Frame Ill, her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Pletcher, her parents Marthe and Ralph Pletcber, Mr. Frame's sisters, Penny and Maria and his nelce Katrina Simmons, all of Gassaway, W. Vs. The benediction was given by enjoyable, "best time of the year ", and truly fun.filled. Circle Meeting Held The Kathieen Hamm Circle of the First Missionary Baptist Church met on June 13 in the home of mrs. James M. White with eleven members present. Mrs, James J. Terry, chair- man opened the meeting with the reading of the "purpose of the American Baptist Women ". Rev. Stafford Davis. Also att- Mrs. Oscar Spangier led the ending the dedication were Jim group in prayer and presented a McCroskey of the Region I most interesting program con- Planning and Development Commission and Giles Jones, mayor-elect. Refreshments were furnished by the Peters- town Rotary Club and the Pet- erstown Woman's Club. Peterstewn Chapter Order of Eastern Star Hold Installation On Tuesday night, Peters- town Chapter 118 Order of the Eastern Star held their regular program would probably have monthly meeting, and the in. been even more successful if it stallation of new officers for the had been operating during the ensuing year. peak hiring period of Novem- Members and guests were bar and December, Welcomed by the worthy mat- Student Administration and ton, Eloise Foster, and visitors the American Society of Per- were from Hope Chapter No. 60, sonnei Administrators, s stud- R0ckvllle, Connecticut; ent professional organization, and Talcott Chapter No. 139, help operate the service by Talcott, W,Va,; and Lakeland providing advertising and by Chapter, Narrows, Virginia. contacting prospective employ- Following the short business, earning the child in the home. She told of the problems of Child Abuse and suggested many ways parents could make the home a healthier , happier atmosphere in whcih a child could grow and develop to his full potential. This was the third in a serfs sol programs in observance of the International Year of the Child. Members entered into a dis- 81"8. In the future, the service is considering . expansion into areas such as babysitting, typ- ing and home repairs so that persons needing small jobs done can be matched with students having the necessary skills. The service employs two staff workers to match the student with the job, file resumes and contact prespective employers. Commissioner of ACcounts They have recently completeda Summers Cotmty, West Vir- pamphlet on the service which ginia they feel will increase tntermt July 3, 1o in the business community. installing of new officers were held, with installing officers serving; INstalling officer, El- aine Flint; Installing Marshall, Evelyn Helm; Installing Chap- lain, Peggy Howdeck; Install- ing Organist, Irene Long; Installing Warder, Drama Fos- ter; Installing Sentinel, Clar- ence spangior. Officers for 1979- 1980 are: Worthy Matron- Eloise Fos- ter; Worthy Patron- Ernest Foster; Associate Matron- Viol- et Munsey; Associate Patron - George MunSey; /egntary- cussion of First Corinthians, the Bible book of the month. Min- utes were read by Mrs. James White and the Sunshine report was given by mrs. Wallace Young. After s short business session by mrs. James Terry, chairman, a letter was read by Mrs. Oscar Spangler, thanking the circle members for cards and materials that were sent to Lydia Singha of the Mission Girls High School in Assam, India. The next meeting will be a luncheon meeting at the home of mrs. Russell Fleshman at II:00 A.M.on July 11. Mrs. Felix Ballard dedicated the Love Gift offering with a reading and prayer. Contributions were made to the General Fund, Love Gift, Peace Gun Fund, Flowers for the church and the Circle Pund. The Book Reading count was taken and the following memb- ers were present: Mesdames Peterstown Personals Rev. William Johnson was a patient in the Community Hos- pital, Princeton for several days for x-rays, treatment and observation. He is pastor of the Peterstown Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mc- Clung and son Matt, have re- turned to their home after vis- iting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rule and other rel- atives in the area. They are living in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald has returned to their home after visiting with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith in Pittsburg, Penn. They also vis- ited their son Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDonald in Maryland. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Smith who visited with them a few days before, returning home. Ellen Bali Group Meet The Ellen Ball Group of Un- Red Methodist Women of Pet- erstown United Methodist Ch- urch held the June meetins[ in the home of Mrs. Grayden Tuggle. Mrs. Harold Shrader opened the meeting with a devotional rending on "Positive and Neg- ative Thinking". The group jo- ined in singing, "Open My Eyes That I May See." Mrs. Freda Weatherford led the book study, "The Vision at Patnees". Group discussion followed and the contrast was drawn between America today and the city of Laddicia in Johns writing of the biblical book of Revelation. Twenty-five cards and twenty visits were recorded for the group ministry to the sick and shut-ins. The July meeting will be a picnic at Highland Park. higher tax brackets as they obtain pay increases trying to offset inflation. Thus, a larger percentage of their earnings goes for income taxes. Dr. Jack Carlson, chief econ- omist of the U.S. Chamber, estimates $15 billion in higher federal revenues helped bring: down the 1979 deficit, to billion. In January, 1978, the budget deficit was projected by President Carter at $61 billion. A slower rate of federal spend- ing, some appropriation chan- ges by Congress, and s small- er.than-expected reduction in revenues from the 1978 tax cut voted by Congress accounted for the remainder of the billion redtiction in the estimat- ed deficit. "This is not what taxpayers bad in mind when they adopted tax- cutting proposals like Pro- position 13 and the host of other tax protest measures, "said Dr. Carlson. "They want control of spending, not higher taxes ." Now Congress is counting on at least $5 billion in additional revenues- again largely due to inflation - to hold down the size of the deficit for fiscal 1980, which begins Oct. I. Estimated at $29 billion in January, the deficit for the new fiscal year now will be $23 billion, according to the I budget resolution just adopted by Congress. This resolution sets targets on spending and revenues and the size of the projected deficit. But when a group of House members thought it would be a good idea to let the public in on the sleight of figures by which the deficit is reduced, the House voted dawn the amendment, 112 to56. Rap. John M. Ashbrook ( R-Ohio), who sponsored the am- en.dment, said it would be help- ful if the House Budget Com- mittee would bring in a speciaJ report indicating anticipated in- ' creases in revenues in the en- suing year, with the portion of , such increases attributed to in- fiation, growth in GNP (Gross National Product) etc. "It is , in fact, a truth in government bill," said Rap. Bar- ber B. Conable, Jr. (R-N.Y.) 6, one of its supporters in the floor debate. "This simply requires.. _ the committee on the Budget to . report the tax increases that occur not by action of the. Congress but as a result of, inflation or other reasons, and Jt permits also the inclusion of a -. statement estimating the im- pact of each of the items so specified on individual taxpay" ers according to family size and :, income level... " "'" : "Frankly, I think we owe  ", the American people to let them : know whet is happening" to i them, whether we have done'it / by direction or whether the in-..: teraction of inflation and the graduated incoem tax are,the "". reasons for the increases ,,' are inflicted upon us." /' If inflation persists, Washin- !'-" ., gten may yet produce a bar , : ancnd budget for 1981 by great- L ly increasing the tax burden on .: all American workers and bits-" " iness people.  !,1 But is this any way to fight the ' war against inflation? Strong Defense On Proflts  i American business, in de- lense of profits, has gone on the offensive, most notably through . efforts of the Chamber of Com- ' meres of the United States. In a recent analysis of U.S. corp- orate profits, pungently titled, "The Inadequacy of profits/' Dr. Jack Carlson, the Chamber i 's chief economist, explains that corporate profits declined by almost. 30 percent, comparing .; first quarter 1979 profits with : final quart 1978 profits. Actually, when measured bY the most meaningful yardstick- profits per unit of' output - corporate profits have been de- - I clining for 15 years, Dr. Carl- i  son points out. Nor is there any " sign of a reversal of the trend. Yet, without adequate profits, : we cannot hope to turn the tide.: against either infiaiton or sl-' umping productivity. "Profits from current prod- uction par unit of output ve been so low as to discomage investment in modern machines and building," Dr. Cadson says. "This means our worlters are handicapped by inadequate equipment , machinery and tools, with the result that pro- ductivity has slowed and init ion has worsened." AS part of the new offense on profits, Dr. Carlson has chall- enged the White House-or anyone else for that matter- o prove, if they can, that poftts are causing inflation. As yet,lno takers. fl, 1o W Ol 5 ai 0 ' 24