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'| i A "f ii Volume 80 No. lie I I I II I I . I I I ,, .). 'L I III HINTON NEWS Continlling tin, Hinton Daily News 'Home el Lake 'Bluestone' I I I I Hinton. I I West Virginia Tuesday October 12, 1982 ill I I I I I II 20 Cents F Bi'ian G. Richards, S'mnmers County Hospital is Doctor Richards was bern !n proud to announce the addition Washington; D.C., and attended of Doctor Brian G. Richards, the College of William and General Practice - Internal Mary in Williamsburg, Virgin Medicine, as a member of it's .and the University of Virginia Medical Staff. at Charlottesville, Virginia. His Dr. Richards will be in his office on Monday- Tuesday - Fridays from 8:20 to 12:30. Wednesday evening from 4 to 8. Call for appointment, 466 - 5440. Also excepting Healthwise pat- ients. internship and residency were completed At Marshall Univer- sity, Huntingtom West Virginia. Doctor Richards' office will be located at 220 Ballengee Street in Hinton - the office Photo by Sally Haysletto formerly occupied by the late Doctor B. W. McNeer. Darl- eena Adkins, formerly the Ch- ief Nurse at the Marshall Un- iversity Outpatient Clinic, will serve as his Office Assistant. Doctor Richards and his wife, Susan, children, Geoffrey and Katrina will reside at Forest Hill as well as their dog " Norman Jean" and horse, " Devan Revenue." Doctor Albino F. Gimenez Photo by Fred Long New Doctors Here Doctor Albino F. Gimenez, 'at DePaul Hospital, Norfolk, with office hours Monday th- General Surgeon, has joined Virginia and stwgical training rough Friday from 8:30 a.m. to the Medical Staff of Summers County Hospital. Doctor Gim- enez is a graduate of the University of Asuncion Medical College, Asuncion, Paraguay, South America with internship at the university of Roches- ter Rochester t New York. Doctor Gimenez opened his practice in the Summers Co- mmunity Clinic October 4, 198 ' To Receive Increase Welfare Commissioner Leon H. Ginsberg said that more than 36,000 West Virginlans will receive a small increase in the amount of their food stamps in November. Ginsberg said the increase automatically affects the 90 per local welfare office for additional increase. The change is due to a seasonal increase in the am- ount of the standardized ded- uction for utility payments in computing eligibility for food stamps. cent of food stamp recipients Persons who think they may who pay $147 a month or less for be affected by this change utilitles in the winter. Pets. should contact the local wel- ans who pay morehan $147. a fare office or call 1 - 800 - 642. month for utilities should take 8589. r mail their utility bills to the, 4: p.m. For appointments please call 466 - 1000, exten- sion 269. Doctor Gimenez and family 'ill reside at Hilldale. Stores' To Stay / Open Monday [ an Night Till S I[ The Hinton Merchants and Business Association met Oct- ober 6th at Bowiing's Dairy Bar. The group decided on staying open on Monday nigh till 8 P.M. 17 people attended, the meet- ing. The group also decided on running sale promotions and they discussed the pblem of loafing on the street earners and talked about beautification projects for downtown ltinton. The next meeting will be Poll Workers Named ' Poll workers named by the Democrat Executive Commit- tee for the November 2 election dre as follows: FOREST HILL precinct No. 1; Ruth Ann Williams, Ruby Gre- enlief, Patty Harvey. TALCOTT HIGH SCHOOL, 30; Theresa Adkins, Annie Low e, Christina Buckland. ARMORY, 13;' Opal Redes, Virginia Mann, Vera O'Bryan Kirk. BELLEPOINT SCHOOL, 11; Jayne L. Reid Sarah Ritter, Mary Firth. TALCOTT VOAG BUILDING, 31; Pearl Bartgis, Linda Turn- er, Wanda Lowery. PENCE SPRINGS, 32; Clara O. Willey, Margaret Gwinn, Ann Hedriek AVIS, 10; Lena Turner, Dilla Sombly, Everetta Jones. GREEN SULPHUR, 15, Carm- ella Vandall, Ants Brogan, Gre- ely Cozart. UPLAND, 12; Ursley Burdette, Dicie Boone, Barbara Gill. WEST END, 4; Elizabeth Wood, Ruby Cyrees, Maude Williams. VASS, 5; Mary Jane O'Riley, Waja Cobb, Sharon Mann. LIBRARY, 6; Pearl Ballard, Virginia Saunders, Margaret Kessler. SANDSTONE, 17; Eula Kibler, Helen Honaker, Daisy Cozari. RAMP, 19; Maicde Burdatte, Francis Ward, Emma Mary Richmond. CITY HALL 7'; Virginia Wait, Enola Saunders, Linda Rhodes. HINTER AREA ELEM. SCHOOL, 9; Eugene Mitchell, Callie Neely, Dortby Adkins. WHITE OAK, 23; Doris Crook, Meldred Meador, Brenda Lilly. PIPESTEM, 27; Norma Jean Keaton, Cassie Stclair, Wands Neely. MEMORIAL BUILDING, 8, Nell Lilly, Nadine Woodrum, Nets MeadoWs. Keaton, Pearl Lilly, Opal Deeds. MADAMS CREEK, 26; Carl Charlton, Virginia Charllon, Gladys Meadows. Poll workers named by the Republican Executive Commit- tee are as follows; FOREST HILL, l ; Bernice Light, Ida Moe Bower. TALCOTT HIGH SCHOOL, 30; Betty Mann, Debra Martin. ARMORY, 13; Jean Hall, Effe Cox. BELLEPOINT SCHOOL, 11; Betty Bulmer, Basil Blanken- ship. TALCOTT VOAG BUILDING, 31; Marion Talbot, Edith Jarrell. PENCE SPRINGS, 32; Lorene Garten, Ctberine Liegel. AVIS,10; lmogene TrimmeSt, Lets Light. GREEN SULPHUR, 15, Peggy Reynolds, Nancy Hartwell. SANDSTONE, 17; Barbara Stone, Harriet Gunter. RAMP, 19; Edith Williams, Zeima Cales. UPLAND, 12; Sarrah Gill, Miious Cales. WEST END, 4; Hazel Lilly, Elizabeth Martin. VASS, 5: Margaret Clark, Betty Allen. LIBRARY, 6; Cinay Cooper, Glen Grahman. CITY HALL, 7: Larry King, Tamara Wiiley. HINTON AREA ELEM. SCHOOL, 9; Margaret Nelson, Warren Lambert. WHITE OAK, 23, Virginia Wil- coxl Carol Lilly. PIPESTEM, 27; Marie Good- all, Annie Farley. MEMORIAL BUILDING, 8; Dorthy Lambert, Giadys Taylor. JUMPING BRANCH, 22; Quinlin Cooper, Jeannie Lee Cooper. MADAMS CREEK, 26; JUMPING BRANCH, 22; Lola Virginia Petrey, Brenda King. Chamber of Commerce Sponsors Fall Raft Trip The Chamber of Commerce of Summers County is sponsor- ing a Fall Raft Trip to be held on Sunday, October 17th. The Trip will take you on the scenic New River from Hinton to Sandstone Falls, This section of the New River is relatively calm, but offers several points of excitement along the way. This ride is a great introduc- tion to the whitewater sport. Being co - sponsored by the New River Scenic Whitewater Tours, a Hinton-hased outfit, the trip will provide you with a scenic View of the New River Gorge National River. The trip includes 16 feet raft's, which are supplied with the needed ship- ment of paddies, life jackets , and first aid equipment. They will be manned by professional guides, who are licensed with the State of West Virginia, and the Eastern Professional Out- fitters Association. A meal will be provided for you at the end of the run. The trip s being planned for the 17th of October, beginning at I o' clock, leaying from the Whitewater Tours Office on Route 20, near Hinton. If you are interested, phone 466. 5332 or 466 - 2040. ,., , , NEW RIVER TRAIN-'82 NEW RIVER TRAIN - '82 is the latest series of scenic excursiom by railroad through the famed "Grand Canyon of the East", West Virginia's New Rivet C.-tge. Now one of the newest national parklands, the gorge country is highlighted in October by fall tree colors. Since 196, the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Hi'orical Society, and the Chempeoke end Ohio Railway, hove been -sponsoring memorable all-day treks from the Huntington and Charleston areas to Hinton. For 1982 we offer four delightful round- trip ram: blm, timed to coincide with the predicted height o1' fall colo. A usual, our train will travel the entire length of the Gorge. At the historic coal town of 5swell, we'll pause to take photos from tro(:kslde as our train charges up the "mainline". In Hinton, thete'll be local food stands, and oth attractions while our train is ,,ervlced for the return home. Although our trains will be powered by diesel Iocamot|vm thlt Poll, most of the comfortable cars from the past ",:doty Express" trains will be on hand - l" including the popular open.sided observation car Iwhlch allows you to photograph and view the spectacular scenery unobm:ured by a window. Food Work began last week on the construction of a second level fire escape for the Summers County Jail. The fire escape is a requirement of the State Fire Marshall and only one bid was subnnitt- ed for the addition. The ('aunty Commission awarded the contract to the Follingstad Cor- poration on September 20 at a bid price of $30. 553. The bid calls for 100 days on" 60 (lays from the receipt of the stairwa) steel. Photo by Fred ,AREA BRIEFS ACTIVITIES AT THE HINTON Summers County. REVIVAL S]RVICES SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER If you would like your name Revival Services will be held FROM OCTOBER 13 THRU listed, please call 466. 53:32. at the Riverviev Chapel, 16th OCTOBER 20, 1982 and Temple Sis. in Hinton, (Funded by the West Virginia SPE('IALOI,YMPICS October I0 thru 15th. Guest Commission on Aging] There will be an organizat- speaker will be Evaugelist Ray tonal meeting for the Summers Schuster; of Roanoke, Va. Ser- Wednesday, October 13th - County Chapter of Special O1- vices will be each evening at Beckley Mini - bus trip. ympies. Anyme interested in 7:30. All in the area are hea- Thursday, October 14th- Gain- assisting with it, is invited to rtily invited to attend. A nur- es after lunch, the meeting - Tuesday, October sery will be provided. Friday, October 15th - She-... 12lh - 7 p.m. at the Memorial pping by mini - bus after lunch. Building. GOSPEL SING Saturday October 18th and Sun- A Gospel Sing will be held on day October 17th- Bakers and REVIVAL October 16 at 7 P.M in the helpers needed for" New River Revival services will be held Memorial Building in Hinton Trail" hake and craft sale to be October 10th thru lflh nightly featuring the Gracemen and held from 1:30 till 3:30 p.m. al the Hinlon Church of God. The Glorymen. each day on the porch of the Evangelist Gary Eskins is the Free admission. Sponsored Senior Center. guest speaker. Services begin by brother Bah Reed. Monday, October 18th - May- at 7:00 p.m. each evening. ie after lunch " Catfish Man of Paslor Richard Hadpix invit- RETIRED EMPLOYEES the Woods". Blood Pressure es everyone to attend. The Summers County Assoc- clinic at Lockbridge from 10:30 iation of Retired School Em- till 11:30a.m. Nimitz from 9:30 ('OVEREDDISll DINNER ployees will meet Saturday, till 10:30 a.m. Jumping Branch The Democratic Committee October 16, at 10:tZ) am. is 1he from 10:30 till 11:30 a.m. will have a covered dish dinn. Presbyterian Church, lports Tuesday, October 19th - Cer- er Saturday Oclober 30th at on the regional meeting held in amics after lunch. Blood Pre- 7:00 p.m. at the Memorial Beckley on October 7 will be ssure clinic at Martha's Ch Building with H, O, Staggers give. and a film entitled " The apel from 9:30 till 10:30 a.m, Publis is invited. Cancer No One Talks About" Hix Mini - bus run. will be shown. All members are Wednesday, October 20th - SPORTSMAN'S CLUB invited to attend. Flue shot clinic at the Memor- TO MEET ial Building. Alderson Mini - Dawn's Sportsman's Club P.T.O. TOMEET bus run. - . will hold it's regular meeting on Hinton Area Elernetlary P. TRIP CANCELLED Thursday October 14, at 7 P.M. T. (), will meet at the sch))l at Due to a decrease in rider, at the Club Range. 7:o0 P.M,., Tuesday, October 12, ship, the shopping trip from the SINGING CONVENTION 1982. Parents and teachers are Hinton Senior Center to the Summers County Singing urged teal,end. Country Roads Shopping Cent- Convention will be held at the or, previously scheduled for Thorny Point Tabernacle on REVlVAL SERVICES every Tuesday at I:00 p.m. has Sunday October 17 from 2 to 4. Revival ..Revival services been cancelled. The bus will CHOIR PRACTICE will begin Monday October llth make this shopping trip every Summers County Choir pra- at the Upland Baptist Church Friday at I:00 p.m. ctice will be held on October 16 near Hinton and continue th- at the Gospel Tabernacle in rugh Saturday, Oct. 10th. Hinton at 7:30. Services start each evening CHEESE TOARRIVE at 7:30 with Leroy Crane of The next shipment of comm- DEGREE OF HONOR Lewisburg as evangelist. odity ehesee and butter will be The Degree "of Honor will The public is invited and distributed in Summers County meet Thursday October 14 at there will be special singing. on Thursday, October 14th be- 1:30 in the City Building for Roy. Donald Spade is the ginning at 9:00 a.m. at the old their regular meeting. All Church Pastor. Senior Center building behind members are urged to attend. the jail in Hinton Senior Ci- CHURCH LEAGUE tizens over 60 are asked to HOMEMAKERS CLUB bring proof of age. 'e Hinton Homemakers All persons interested in pl- Applicants will also need to Club will meet Monday October aying Independent League Ba- know their social security nu- 18th at one o' clock in the sketball are asked to sign up. tuber and the amount of their basement of the Episcopal Ch- Games should start around income ( if they are under age urch. Dues for membership for November I. Entry fee is $20. 00 60). They should bring a box or 1983 will be collected at this and must be paid before play bag to make carrying the but- meeting, begins. ter and cheese easier. The lesson will be needle Interested persons should If you are asking someone to point on plastic, contact Bill Elllson, Eugene pick up your cheese they will Jones Bill Keaton, or Steve need a signed note from you BLUESTONE LAKE Tassos. authorizing them to do this. GARDEN CLUB The Bluestone Lake Garden CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.. Club will meet Wednesday Oc- service will be available on board, or - bring your own .... October 20th at 5:15 at Bowl- picnic ba,ket. Families me welcome, and child prims OFFICE HOURS: tabor 13th at 1:30 p.m. with ._00oo.o .o00o. Vety Limited Premium service will be oeted- 'd of Summers County Office is [1[ Bob immediately. Group discounts available for tours or localedabevetheCityofHinton . Mrs. H.P. Buekley of White othet groups. It's a facl that ALL our New Rivet ]rain Fire Department, in the former Sulphur Springs. .,', *t, ox,om slnco tgb6 have d out .t! in oame m County Health Office. Office Win ho are Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 4:30, closed for lunch REVIVAL SERVICES TheHinton Bobcats won over 12:00 - 12:20. The Chamber Revival services will be held iHr " Y- - --'-.i:':i::-.-.: SU  5"I the Oak Hill ,Devils Fri- Phoneis 466- 5332. at the Laurel Creek Baptist IS ie U .. Page illaynightbyascoroofHinton Church starting October llth at i ' .i Pal  S ',I '20 Oak Hill 7. NOTICE 7:30 p.m. nightly. Speaker will FThrra:th:hr::g h ;t.UHd:hY D ...-.,';' ,See Page Hlnton has an open date The Chamber of Commerce be Eddie Johnson. s * Friday night but then hosts The toul will be eclair 18, 17, 23 & 24 and it will be a round trip is comprising an informational Pastor Darrell Hamm invited in 60s Thursday. Mid 60s to 70s L* ** * *** *" . ' *'&b . l Shady Springs on Friday Oct- from Htmtingtoa to Hinton, W. Vs. Arrivnl of train in Hlnton will directory of all civil fraternal everyone to attend. Fxiday and Saturday. Morning : .: .7_::- , ........... .Y ..... . -: " ' ober 22. be 1:30 p.m. and will leave Htea at 4:e# p.m. organizations and churches in lows id upper 30s and 4aS.