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- : 7 C -" 4 - Hinton News Tues. July 25, 2017 II The Hinton News Published Weekly on Tuesday By The "Hinton Publishing Corporation 210 Second Avenue Hinton, W VA. 25951 Phone (304) 466-0005 Dawn Crawford Business Manager USPS 246-180 Subscriptions By Mail Out of State $37.50 per year By Carrier ~ Summers Co ~.80 per year 50 Issue AI oOmr WV counlies $30.00 per year (VW msidem pay S% sales tax) ll~.00 Per Year U.S. Postal Regulations Require Payments m Advance POSTMASTER: Send address change/to puMIcaflon name sad mailing address. Periodical Postage Paid At Lewisburg, WV Articles submitted to the Hinton News must reach the office by Thursday noon in order to be considered for publication in the following Tuesday paper. Please include'your name and a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. The Hinton News reserves the right to edit any material and regrets that articles cannot be returned. 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Advertiser and advertising agency will indemnify and hold harmless this newspaper; its officers, agents, employees and contractors, for all contents supplied to publisher, including text; representations and illustrations of advertisements printed, and for any claims arising from contents including, but not limited to defamation, invasion of privacy, copyright infringement, plagiarism, and lathe case of a preprinted insert, deficient.postage This newspaper shall not be liable for failure to print, t.,ublish or circulate all or any part of any issue in which an advertis9mant accepted by the publisher is contained if failure is due to acts of God or government, strikes, accidents,. lack of newsprint or other circumstances ~beyond our control ,~ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Open meetings in the basement of Ascension Episcopal Church, corner of 5th Ave. & Temple St., Hinten at 8:00 p.m. every Tues., Thurs., & Sat. For more information call 1-800- 333-5051. Library Art Show The Library will be having their 2017 Water Festival Art Show beginning August 3rd through August 5th. If anyone would like to submit their work, please bring it to the Library at 201 Temple Street by Monday, July 31 st. Please have the art work ready for hanging.' There will be a Reception to meet the Artists from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, August 3rd at the Library. For questions, please contactAustin Persinger or Nancy Hopps at 304- 466-4490. HEALTH SCREENINGS Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at First Presbyterian Church, 322 Third Ave. Ultrasound screenings to Identify risk factors for Cardiovascular disease include; Carotid Artery (plaque buildup a leading cause of stroke), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (an enlargement or weak area in the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body), Peripheral Arterial Disease (hardening of the arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial Fibrillation irregular heartbeat) and an Osteoporosis Risk Assessment for men and women. Being proactive about your health by knowing your risks ,helps you and your doctor address problems early. Register online TODAY at community c,.'rcle and receive your "Community Circle" discount and your Preferred Appointment! i l in inla i Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) consistent with out national security workers who toil without even basic Submitted written testimony to the and beneficial forAmerican workers, labor protections. United States Trade Representative Senator Manchin wrote in part:"As I have said before, (USTR) on the renegotiating of the "Communities across West Virginia government has the ability to create North America Free Trade have suffered significant economic an environment that promotes job Agreement (NAFTA) with Mexico losses over the past several years growthandrenegotiatingNAFTAis and Canada. Having criticized due to trade policies that force a commonsense step to achieving NAFTA repeatedly in the past for Americans to compete with foreign that goal, West Virginians are some undercutting the wages and rights workers making less than a dollar of the hardest working people in our and prevent dumped goods from an hour. Twenty-three years after nation and I am working every day illegally entering the American NAFTA went into effect, Mexico's to preserve and bring back market through Mexico. Senatorminimum wage hasn't risen above manufacturing jobs to our state. I Manchin recommends that the a dollar. It is demoralizing that we, will continue to workwith President administration also take this as Americans are willing to Trump and my colleagues in the opportunity to make it clear that our negotiate with countries that have Senate to protect American jobs and nation will rigorously review any such disregard for their workers. It I will push for solutions that will potential foreign investments in is equally upsetting that we have help create and keep good paying American enterprises to make sure continued to force hard-working jobs in our state and our nation." that such investments are not only Americans to compete with foreign "As Americans, the security of our nation must come first. " banl s to [II for pour praper , Wor s of otJe anb encouragement at the of our ear ila, am, rannp. Tbank for toe flaWer beautiful memorie We toul s! are. ila une Oxlep l 1-3-36 7 -7- l 7 0be pou anb Will altuapS miss pou. ,tuart, ( urtiS, ape, enbra, Tommp # Washington. Through his role on Enforcement law enforcement our national security and curb the House Appropriations agents. These agents will improve illegal immigration," Rep. Jenkins Committee, U.S. Representative efforts to combat human trafficking, said. Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) has helped child exploitation and drug The appropriations bill also funds secure the full funding requested by smuggling, important West Virginia priorities, President Trump to build the wall "As Americans, the security of our including: along the Mexican border, nation must come first. While we $7.3 billion for the Federal Rep. Jenkins supported full have a proud history of welcoming Emergency Management Agency's funding for the wall - $1.6 billion - immigrants, we also have a disaster relief account. in the Fiscal Year 20~g~H6/geI~'hd responsibility ;td:' s e'cUr~ ~hd "~,:'~'$8~ flt~H~n~T0r A~t~attce to ~:'~~i~p~6~riatio~:l~l~/~vhich '~tt~hen~&hr~t~o~rde~to' i~i-b~ct ~'leti~fl~h~l'~nts fb~lki~fi~&ht, tl~d Committed approved on Tuesday ~ our ~ati0n and:ourfel10w Citizens. I traini]i~," ~qt~ibles ahd' otli'er afternoon. The bill also funds the support President Trump's plan to resources. hiring of 500 additional border build a wall along our southern patrol agents and 1,000 new border, and the funding I helped Immigration and Customs secure will allow us to strengthen UOhn 8:32) The Name "Christian" Part 3 by Dave Miller, Ph.D. http'J/ y--11&article=1499&topic=81 But look back at Isaiah's prophecy. The second action that Isaiah anticipated would occur, after salvation went forth from Jerusalem, was that the Gentiles themselves would be the recipients of this same rigliteousness/salva- tion and likewise bask in the glory of the Lord. The Con- version of Cornelius and .those with him in Acts 10 con- stitutes the fulfillment of the second criterion of Isaiah's prediction. Incredibly, immediately after the conversion of the Gentiles in Acts 10, in the very next chapter, Luke reported that Peter was confronted by hostile Jerusalem Jews who had heard about the inclusion of Gentiles into the Christ's church. These Jewish Christians insisted that he give account of his actions. He did so in Acts 11:4-18, recounting sequentially the events of Acts 10. Upon hear- ing of these astounding events orchestrated by the Holy Spirit, the hostile Jews melted, backed off, glorified God, and conceded: "Then God has also granted to the Gentiles repentance to life" (Acts 11:18). This was an amazing con- cession that further cleared the way for Gentile missions. At this point in his inspired narrative, beginning in Acts 11:19, Luke proceeded to clarify the full significance of what had just occurred. The persecution that drove Jew- ish Christians out of Jerusalem (Acts 8:1-4) forced them to travel into predominately Gentile areas. However, these Jewish Christians had refrained from imparting the Gos- pel message to Gentiles (Acts 11:19). But with the conver- sion of the household of Cornelius, the Gospel now began to be presented to the predominately Gentile population in the city of Antioch: "And the hand of the Lord was with them, and a great number believed and turned to the Lord" (Acts 11:21). Aside from Cornelius' own household, Antioch thus became the first Gentile church of Christ in all of human history. The church in Jerusalem imme- diately sent Barnabas to Antioch to confirm the reports, who in turn (quite logically) went to Tarsus in search of the "apostle to the Gentiles," Paul, to introduce him into the mix at Antioch. Together, the two men spent an entire year meeting with the church and teaching many people. REFERENCES Clarke, Adam (no date), Clarke's Commentary: Matthew- Acts (New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury). Haggard, Rice (1804), An Address to the Different Reli- gious Societies, on the Sacred Import of the Christian Name (Lexington, KY: Joseph Charless). McCord, Hugo (no date), Fifty Years of Lectures (Atwood, TN: Atwood Church of Christ). Moulton, W.F., A.S. Geden, and H.K. Moulton (1978), A Concordance to the Greek Testament (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark)~ fifth edition. Robertson, A.T. (1930), Word Pictures in the New Testa- ment (New York, NY: Harper). Thayer, Joseph H. (1901), A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 1977 reprint). Copyright 2005 Apologetics Press, Inc. All rights re- served. Paid by Shockley Hill church of Christ Continued next week. $345 million for Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grants. ~"- 1 | II I I I I n iIiIii bat le s;ing q lap S ine on pou... RADTI-~T Beech Run Baptist Church Orbra B. Angell, Jr., Pastor Sunday School 10 am, Morning Service 11 am, Night Service 7 pm, Wed. night prayer meeting 7 PmBellepoint Baptist Church Sun. Service: S. S. 9:46 am, Morning Worship, 11 am. Youth fellowship,5:45 pm. Evening Service, 7 prn. Wed. Servtce, 7:0C pm. Big Creek Lynn Maddy, Pastor: Sunda~ Schoo410 a.m. Moming Worshir It a.m, each Sunday. Prayer meeting Wed. at 7 p.m. B Y F Sunday at 6 p.m. Brooks Baptist Church Jay Meadows, Sunday School Superintendent., Sun.School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service Sun. at 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed. at 7:00 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church Red Sulphur: Rev. Eddie Howdock, Sunday School tO A.M. Randy Hedge, Superintendent Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. Wedpssday Worship 7:30 P.M. Central Pastor Robble Merdtt: g:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday Mid . Week ,service. Che=mut Mountain Baptist Chunmh ,services Every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Paster Bobby Calas. Chestnut Grove Pastor: Benny Allen. Superintendent: Maynard Blankenship. Sunday Schoof, 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service 7:00 Wed. Evening ,service 7:00 p.m. Clayton BaptlM Church (3 1/2 miles up Clayton Rd frcm Pence Springs) Pastor: Granl Petitt, Jr. Sun. service 10 a.m, Worship 11 a.m. Wed. eveofng 7 p.m. Ph: 466-5052 Cook's Chaprd (Independent Fundamental Dallas Peyton Jr., Pastor:. Sunda School. Supt., Tom Lamb ,service: S. S. I0 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Country Side Rt. 12 ForeSt Hill Sunday,Service 10& 11 am, & pm. Wed night service 7 pro. Fairvlew Baptist Church ' Forest Hill, Pastor: Michael McCoy; Worship `sendcas, 9".45 am; Sunday School; 11:00 am; Evening Sendcas, 7:00 pro; Cho~r Practice, Wed., 6:30 pm; Mid- Week Sewlca, 7:30 pro, Faith Baptist Church J D Fox, Pastor: Sun. School 10 am, Morning Service, 11 am; Night Service, 6 pro. Wed. night [ prayer meeting 6 pro. Feemstw - Freewill Two miles north of Aldemon on the ARa Road, Sunday School 10 a.m. Baptist Youth League 6 p.m. Evening services 7 p.m. Rrlt Blpttst Church Sunday SCI'KX:49:45 a.m. Eugene Jonee, Supt. Momlng Wership 11 a.m., Evening Service 7:.00 p.m. Mid Week `service 7:00 p.m, Forest Hill Baptist Church Pasto~ Jeff Canted0ury: `services 2nd. & 4th. Sunday 9:45, Sunday ~ 10:45, Evening Service * Freedom Baptist Church Poweley's Ck., Pastor Georg~ Cook. Sun. School 10 a.m., ,services 11 a.m. Evening Serif, ca 7 pro., Wed. 7 p.m. Come to Frkmdshlp Baptist Church Two miles north of Forest Hill on Rt. 12. Pastor Joe Spencer. Sunday School, 10 am, Worship, 11 am evening worship 7 pm; Wed. worship 7 pm. Grace Baptist Church Jill Ballengee, Pastor. Sunday ~choof 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:00 7:00 p.m. Wed. Mid Week Prayer and Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Youth Meeting Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Dlasses for every age group. Nursery available. Indlen Mill= Baptist Church Herb Miller, Pastor:. S. S. Supt. James Kea0ey. Sun. School 10 am. Classes for all ages. Worship., 11 am. and 6 pro. Every Sun. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7 pro. J~ Free Will Pastor Chadle Danlels. Sunday School 10 am, Woc~hip Sendce, 11 am, Evening `service, 7 pro, Thurs. SerVice 7 pro. ~x~ngs Sunday Schoof 10 am. - Laur~ Creek B=p-'ltet Church Pastor: Melvin Wills, S.S. Superintendent .R~ert w~ts. S. S. 10 am., Morning Worship 11 am., "vening ,~rvice 6 pro. Wed. night dble study 7 pm. Lick Creek Baptist Church -~reeh Sulphur: Speaker Bob deadows: Sendces Sunday 10to ~1 am. Sun. Night, 7 pm. Wed. tight 7 K~ ~le Wolf Creek ~t Church,suck, Pastor, Eddie -lards, Sunday School 10:00 am. doming Worchip 11:00 am. `sen. Evening Worship 6:00 pm. Prayer ~eelin/B.Y.F. Wed. night 7 pm. Meadow Creek =astor Harry Allen: Sunday Scheol l0 am. Morning Wondlip 11 am., =-vening Woraldp 7 prn, Wed. Night 3ible Study, 7 pro. New Salem Baptist Church =astor I. E. Hatcher: Sunday ~chool 10:00. Church 11:00 =undamental. Nlmltz Mimdonmy ~tptisl Church Pastor Donald L. dannah S. S. Superintendent Mark Ellison, Sunday School 9:45. ~orning Worship and Children 3hurch 11 a.m, Sunday Morning. Evening Sunday Worship 6:00. Prayer Meeting and Youth Meeting 7:00 Wednesday. ~m Southern 2 1/2 miles past Marina, Rt. 20, midway hetween Pipestem Bi Park and Hinton. Pastor Roy B. Cmler, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Wed. Night Prayer and Bible Study 7:00 p.m. pipeeUmmbc2.oom Rhonda Anna Memorial Strseter, WV. `service every 2rid., 4th. and 5th. Saturday at 7:00 pro. Rive" Valley Rt. 12 Forest Hill Road, Lowell O'Dall, Pastor: 10 a.m. Sunday ~hoof, 11 a.m. Morning Worship. t pro. Evening Service. 6:00 pro. t youth meeting. Wed. Services ~:00 pro. Roles Chapel Church :lonald Cobb, Pastor; Sunda~ ~hoof, 10 a.m.,Moming Worship I1 a.m. Web. Bible Study, 7 p.m. Romn~mrg 3. L Stalnaker, Pastor. 10 a.m. ~unday School classes for all ;gas. Richard Holloran Superintendent It am. Morning Worship. 7 pro. Night `service. ,sendmna Baptist Church Sunday School 10 am., Morning =reaching Service 11 am & 6 ).m.Sunday Night. Mid Weak mrvtce 7:00 pro. Pastor Jack Ward Second Baptist Church Rev. Matthew Saunders, Pastor;, Supt. V'ky Caul. Worship at 11:00 every Sunday. SS 10:00 a.m. Orgalnst, Margaret Nalson. Second Baptist Church Talcott, Pastor Bryan Copmey. ~ervice 1st & 3rd Sun. at 11 am, Temps Church ~bby Reed, Pastor:. SS, 10 am. delvin Williams, Supt. Preaching ~ewices every scnday at 11:00am UplalKI Baptist Church )astor.Eddie Wills. Sunday School ~upedntendent:Mike Broaden.aS I 0:00, Worship ,sen4cas at - 11:00. "vening Services 6:00. Wed. mrvice at 6:00 p.m. War Ridge Freewill 3aptist Church. Sunday Schoo 10:00 am., Morning Worship 11:00 ~m., Sunday Evening 6:00 pm., Ned. Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm., qev. Joseph Swiney. CATHOLIC 3L Patrick Catholic Church, Holy ~laas Schedule: Saturday ',Sunday Vigil Mass)- 5:00 p.m.; ~Jnday 9:00 a.m., Wednesday - ~:00 p.m., Friday - 8:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN Rrct Chrhdlan Church Mount Plegah United Betty Shields. Pastor: Worshi| 9:30 am, Sunday Schuo110:so am Wedi Bible Study 4.'30 pm Hilidale Fit. 3; 304-327-6494. Mt Zlon Unltad Penny Bivens, Pastor; SS 10 Worship 11; Mt Zion Rd; 304-392- 2448. New Hope Linda Payton, Pastor: Sunday School 10 am, Worship 1st & 3rd ~un. 11 am & 4th Sun. at 7:30 pro. I04-466-9850 Oak Grove inda Payton, Pastor:. Worship a! 9:30 am, Sunday School 10:SO am, Fifth Sunday Worship rotates between Oak Grove, Tdnity, and New l-l~e. Call 3O4-466-985O. `send Knob Untind Penny Blivens, Pastor:. Sand Knob Worship 9:30, SS 10:30. Sand Know Rd; 304-392-2448. Trinity United Metlmdl~t Linda Payton, Pastor: Sunday Scheof 9:45 am, Worship services every Sun. 11 am, Bible study Wed 7 pm. Ph: 304-466-9850 PRESBYTERIAN Centarville Greenville, 10 am. Sunday School, 7:45 pm, Community Worshil: 3unday School 9:45 am, Morning I Service -. ~/orship t1:00 am., SundayI RrstPreebyterlent;nurcn Evening Bibte Study, Sunday6:cclJamas Irwn, nterm Pusto~ Youth Meetings 6:00 Sunday Worship 11 am,Wed. Bible CHURCH OF CHRIST Hlnton 1621 Summers SL Minister, Walter Dekte: Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship `service 10:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening 6:00 p.m. Shocktey Hill ohurch of Christ Sun. Assembly Worship 9:30 am Bible Class 10:30 am. Worship lt:15 am. Wed. Bible Class 6:30 I~n. CcJI for info & dirsctions 466- 5907 or 253-9570. EPISCOPAL A~enalon Episcopal Church ith & Temple St.Worship 11 am .~unday. Holy Eucharist 3 time a neath. Ph: 304-627-1232 METHODIST Rret Unltad Msthodlat Church ~lel/asa Wh/te, Minister: SS 9:45 un, Morning Worship 11:00 am. 3hiid cam available: Moments with :hildrsn, Wed. Youth Club, 4:3~ ~:30 pro., Transportation: 466- Forest Hill LJnda Payton, Pastor:. Ist & 3r Sundays: Worship 9:45 am, Sun ;chool 10:45 am. 5th Sunday 1oation, Bible Study Sundays at 6 ).m. 304-466-9850 Jamee Chapel At True ~ev. David Damawond, Pastor: ~tvicas 9 am. Sun. School 10 am. Johnson ~tinister, Hubert'Groves: Sam 3rovas, Lay Leader. Study: 9:45. Nership 11 am. Martim Chapel United :lebert Shields, Pastor; SS 10, Norship 11; Madams Ck Rd; 304- 27-6494. Mary Jane Memorial astor Emest Calfee: Sunday k~ool t 0 am. Morning Wond'~p t t un. Prayer Meeting 7:30 pm. Miller Memorial United 3eft/Shields, Pastor, Sun. Schoo~ < thru Adult 10 a.m.; Womhip 11 Lm.; Nursery provided, Wed. Bible ~tudy 6:30 p.m., www.gbgm. mc.or~/mille rmemodal. Study 6 pm, Prayer Meeting 7 pm Hun's Creek Greenville, 10 a.m. Sunday SchoO 7:45 pm., Community Worshil~ ,service. Keller at Lo~l Rev. Stawart McMurray, Pastor Worship ,Services held at 2:30 prt on 1st. and 3rd. Sundays. McEIkmny Ray. Stawart McMurray, Pastor ~=raasy Meadows,1O am. Sunda) School Worship Service beid at am on 2nd. and 4th. Sundays. ' OTHERS Denne~ ,,.;nepel Tug Creek Mt. Travis Hocufn Pastor: Services, Sat. 7 p.m Sunday evening 2 p.m. Church of the Living God Pastor Ron Iddings: Sun. ,School 10 am Morning Worship 11 am Sun. 6 pm Hinton Gospel Tabemasla 102 Main Street, Teny Weetbedy, Pastor: Sun. School 10 am. Worship lt:00 am, Evangelistic ,service 7:00 pm. Bible Study Wed. 7:00 pm. Jehovah's Witness Sun. 10am Publi9 Talk, ~ 11 am Watchtower, Stlfdy Tue. 7:30 pro, Theoersllc School Thurs. 8:30 pm Servica Meeting. Jumping Bhmch Tabernacle Tom & Darlene Coflman, Pastor: Fnmldin Bowie*, Supt Sun. School 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10:45 am. Youth Fellowship 6:00 pm. Evening Worship 7:00 pm. Prsye, Service Wed. 7:00 pro. LIMIIna Church 505 Stokes Dr. Hinton , Sun, lays 11a.m., Wednesday 7 ~.m. Pastor Mark ,seyle Mount Oilv~ Chmh community church, Madams ;reek Road, 21/2 miles, William A. Thompson, Pastor. 466-4299 Sunday School 10:00 am. Morning Worship 11:00 am, Evening ,service 7:30 prn. EDT, Wednesday (7 pm EST winter) New Hope Church of the Nazarene 1301 Summers St. : Sunday SChoof 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 am Sunday Evening 6 pm Wed. Kids Club 7 pm. Pen~ s~ng= Communtiy Church Pastor Roger Persinger. SS 10 am, Worship service 11am, Youth meeting 6 pro, Sun. night worship 7 pro, Wed. night prayer meeting 7:00 pro. Women's Christian Fellowship meeting every first Men. of the month 7 pro. Plller of Truth Church Burger Spdngs: Sunday School 10:~ am, Morning Wonddp 11:00 am, Wed. Bible Study 7:00 pro. Rlvervlew Chapel Riverview Chapel Comer of Tempte St. & 16th Ave. Pastor:. Scott Ross.SO4-466-0769 Sunday: 11 a.m. Family Bible Hour:7 p.m. Lord's Supper ~towed by Bible Study. Monday: 6:30 p.m. Men's Bible Study:6:30 p.m. Women's Bible Study , Wednesday: 7 p.m. Midweek Prayer & Bible Study Rocky Community Churoh Indian Ridge Pipestem: Buck GoooMdn, Pastor. S. S. 10 am, Worship, 11 am; Youth S., 6 pro; Bible Study, 7 pro. 2rid SoU me., Gospel Sing, refreshments 7 pro. Big 4 Drug Store, Inc. THIS SPACE IS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISMENT ONLY $72 a year. HEAR Pastor Donald Hannah on WMLJ-FM 90.5 & 96.7 M - F at 2:05 p.m. Sunday 8:15 a.m. or anytime at RONALD MEADOWS FUNERALPARLORS 466-1179 1~ ~mpte Strsst THIS SPACE IS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTiSMENT ONLY $72 a year. THIS SPACE IS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTIsMENT ONLY $72 a year. THIS SPACE IS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTIsMENT ONLY $72 a year. THIS SPACE IS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTIsMENT ONLY $72 a year.