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KATHLEEN GENEVA CALES Kathleen Geneva Cales, 74, of Green Sulphur Springs went home to be with the Lord, Wednesday December 19, 2012 at the Cabell Huntington Hospital following a sudden illness Born February 3, 1938 at Sand Lick, she was a daughter of the late James Wilbur and Sally Gertrude Woods Brown Kathleen was a member of the Meadow Bridge Pentecostal Holiness Church, a homemaker and had lived most of her life in Summers Co. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother and enjoyed spending time with her family, friends, and especially her church family She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Cales Jr.; one son, Rickey Lee Cafes; two brothers and seven sisters. Those left to cherish her memory include her children, Michael Rat Cales of Walnut Cove, NC, Cathy Sue Cales of Green Sulphur Springs, Walter "Hank" Cafes III and wife Kim of Statesville, NC and Samuel Jay Cales and wife Ina of Statesville, NC; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; one brother, Bobby Brown and wife Enid of Ravenswood and one sister, Patricia Snodgrass and husband Kenneth of Arnett. Funeral services were 1:00 PM Saturday, December 22, 2012 at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors Chapel with Brothers Mark Spence and Bill Garretson officiating. Burial followed in the Cales Cemetery at Clayton. Friends called at the funeral parlors from 11:00 AM until time of services on Saturday. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers Arrangements are by the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors of Hinton. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ronaldmeadowsfp. corn RICHARD DAVIS "RICK" MANN Richard Davis "Rick" Mann, 60 of Hilldale died Friday December 21, 2012 at Summers County A.RH. following a short illness Born October 17, 1952 in Hinton, he was the son of the late Herndon A. and Zelma Dean Bragg Mann. Rick was a former employee of Kroger Corporation in Hinton and also a former employee of the Hinton News. He was a member of Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church at Hilldale and also a member of the Hinton Elks Lodge. Rick was an avid ot/tdoorsman and enjoyed hunting arid fishing He was a lifelong resident of Summers County. :Survivors include a son, Jody Mann & wife Pamela of Princeton and a daughter, Richelle Fritts of H~nton. One brother, Robert Alan Mann & wife Margaret of Germantown, MD. One granddaughter, Deborah Marie A~hley of Princeton and a great granddaughter, Genevieve Marie Ashley of Princeton. .Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday December 26, 2012 at Pivont Funeral Home CHapel in Hinton with Rev. Glen P~sell officiating. Burial will follow in:Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church Cemetery at Hilldale. Friends may call from 11:00 a,m. until 1:00 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Pallbearers will be; Norman Richmond, Eugene Jones, Dale Dillon, Bill Ball, Fred Thompson and Le~vis Hedge. Dnline condolences & guest register at www.pivontfuneralhome. co1:n Arrangements by Pivont Funeral He:me, Hinton, WV. BAG SALE Loaves and Fishes is having a $7 Bag Sale. Come see our new Spring Stck. ' FLU VACCINATIONS Flu Vaccinations for adults and children will be available at the Summers County Health Department beginning September 10: We will bill PEIA, Medicare, and Medicaid for adult flu shots For those with other insurance or no insurance the cost will be no more than $1449 and no less than $5.80 as it will be an income based fee. Vaccinations will be given every Monday and "Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tues. Dec. 25, 2012 Hinton News - 3 I ing I At the opening ceremony to m ... " ,-,^...+. __., .... L..-system. Now, anyone who expects . ivilngo 1,~uuaAojalIU AUbAI~A the completion of two major water ........ o e us to complete highway projects like .... l~arure non t always see eye-z - ye, extension projects in the Mmgo ....... 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I even neara mere as be heanng about the so-called fiscal ....... s to work getting a $700,000 grant to ~l~,rCe~a~ieaf~:C~uut:~g ~~i:~rnoi!n~!:~a~nS!r~t2u~i; help assist small businesses and entrepreneurs and create jobs in manufacturing, agribusiness, and eP:tJe::~: lik:idOt~:ha;?~:ht:e ~::dnensesW,::~r~::~'gT:~MS:g: tourism that would benefit the ~. ns _ - . P County fanfilies, but showing them region. It's almost surely going to uemocra~ of the rlouse ~ - ......... help drive business for the new cTroamn~i~::t.lnhTdalsncf~a:t?::::~ ~h::g~:cumnt;~:2mlgs:~::ent: theairprt and help take advantage frenewed interest in the .... ' .... P , the Legislature next spring to talk Ieaeral iunamg Ior wa~er ann . , -- ........ Hatfields'and McCoys'story. mrKey aDOU~ Iu~ure plans. wastewaterlnfrastructureprojects ............... Thisamountofdollars-byfederal, I" ~~:l~~ in the State and throughout the o::u rZoTP:l~n~ ::?t~=a::~~ standards-is small, but those ~ r.' .~:~ ......... ..( i ~ Nation "Agencies like USDA Rural y p ~...', . ry ...... dollars are crucial to rural states like ~ e n 1 ~ :,~:::::. 1 opportunity m Drmg r eoeral omclam | . .............................................. | Development and the Appalachmn .............. w ....ee ours that deserve a level playing ~:~:*~:: Irom washington uoa ~,u s Regional Commlssmn - the two firsthand how you put Federal fieldto compete. To me, this is one ~ Located on the Hmton By-Pass l of the most important reasons we Federal agencies funding this water investments to work. It has a big extension project - are being impact that theylong remember. targeted for budget cuts. Plans to I believe the golden key to expand the King Coal Highway or "creating jobs is exactly what you finish Mingo County's airport have been doing to unlock the hangar and terminal buildings are also under threat because of budget County's potential infrastructure development - our roads, bridges, proposals that put the burden of cuts on infrastructure investments in airports, rail and river support, and regions like ours." broadband deployment. I don't have Speaking to the efforts of local to tell you about all the good that officials, Rahall commended the can come from them. We don't have to tell the American determination and resolve of the community to advance Society of Civil Engineers either. Listen to this. It gave our Nation a infrastructure building as grade of a D-minus when it last investments that greatly improve the region's position in a growing looked at our clean drinking water systems. It estimates that every day economy. "I believe the golden key to we treat water, and after all we creating jobs is exactly what you spend on making that water have been doing to unlock the drinkable, our water systems arein County's potential infrastructure such bad condition that they leak SEVEN BILLION GALLONS of development. At a time when we are have a federal government in the first place I like to look at it this way. Like the strongest chain, our nation's economy, our very security is only as strong as its weakest link. I said it at the Airport opening, g and it's worth repeating over and over. For ttie life of every family and the bottom line of every business Continued on page 14 *Rent Most Cars for III ' ooo l $20 a Day! ': *Local miles Only. Offer good only with this coupon. Not good with any other coupon. Offer expires Jan. 1,2013 IIllIIIIIIllIIIIIlIII HOME OF THOSE DELICIOUS HOT DOGS! that clean water EACH DAY! Talk trying to put people to work, and we about money down the drain. have broken infrastructure, fixing it If you ask me - at a time we are [ .... seems like a pretty darn obvious tryingtop~t~:people&o~0rk~.and~.We : |j t: .... I A'L~ : ..... :" answer to both problems. Justthink h~ve all tha~brok~n:~s~r~ct~/re, |~ 1~:~-,. ,: ,,~,.,~ . ,, ,,,, ,, _ ~,,, ~,~ ~_ __ about whaf the taxpayer gets with _ fixing ~t seems ~tke,a~.~tty darn i[ I m0nsay....... ,uartet naer : : ......... : ...... all the returns we receive by' ol~vious:affswer ~0 b b~i~Si,:6bl~em: ~:|1[ 'TUeSdaY "-"-'~'-~'--'~'-" hrheque Sa'nflwlch ........... $2.89 investing in clean drinkable water. Plus, just think about what else the These projects are essential to good Weduesday ........... Ilamhurger ............... $1.99 taxpayer gets with all the returns we receive by investing in clean drinkable water. These projects are essential to good health, higher property values, lower fire insurance rates and lower unemployment and, in the end, a higher quality of life for neighborhoods and communities in general. Now in the next few weeks you will be hearing about the so-called fiscal cliff and our budget problems unless Congress acts. Unfortunately, there are far too many shortsighted calls for cutting xfederal funds for bread and butter projects like our waterline extensions. Agencies like USDA Rural Development and the Appalachian Regional Commissioner (ARC), the two Federal agencies funding this water extension project, are on the chopping block Plans to expand the King Coal Highway or finish the Airport's hangar and terminal buildings are also under threat because of budget proposals that put the burden of cuts on infrastructure investments in regions like ours. The budget last passed by the Republican majority in the House of Representatives would cut critical funding from West Virginia's infrastructure and transportation Thursday .......... Steak Hoagie or Roast Beef ........... $3.19 Friday .............. Large Fish Sandwich ............$3.49 OMBO MEALS (INCLUDES SMALL FRENCH FRY AND SMALL DRINK) Monday .............. Quarter Pounder ................ $5.19 Tuesday ............. Barbeque Sandwich ............... $5.19 ..................... Chicken Basket ................. $5.19 Wednesday ........... Hamburger ................ $4.39 Thursday ......... Steak Hoagie or Roast Beef ............ $5.79 Friday ............... Fish & Fries ................ $5.19 Two BREAKFAST SPECIALS French Toast ~ $2,59 / Skillet Breakfast ~ $6,19 Pancakes - $2,19 / 1 Biscuit, Bowl of Gravy, and Sausage - $2,19 SEASONAL SOUPS: WINTER MUNCHIES: Potato Soup / Broccoli & Cheese Cheese Stix / Potato Skins / Soup / Vegetable Beef Soup / Chili Jalapenos Poppers / Breaded & Beans / Brown Beans Cauliflower / Breaded Mushrooms Full Brcaldhst Open dailyt?om 6 a.nL to 8 p.nL / Ph: 304-466-1700 On the Hinton By-Pass health, higher property values, lower fire insurance rates and lower unemployment and, in the end, a higher quality of life for neighborhoods and communities in general," said Rahall. In February 2010, Rahall announced the Mingo County Public Service District was awarded more than $4.3 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development for the Jennies Creek Waterline Extension Project, which will bring water and fire protection services to approximately 170 households along Jennies Creek and Breeden Creek located in the Harvey and Kermit Magisterial Districts of Mingo County An additional 15 households will also be served within the Stonewall District of Wayne County In April 2010, Rahall announced USDA-RD would provide more than $1.3 million in funding, along with $1.25 million from the Appalachian Regional Commission, for the Marrowbone Creek Waterline Extension Project, which will bring water and fire protection services to approximately 98 households along Marrowbone Creek and several of its tributaries. Rahall's remarks as prepared for delivery are below: I I l l When you need an MRI, we know you want it to be as comfortable and convenient as possible. Summers County ARH Hospital is pleased to offer the Siemens Espree, an open bore MRI with the following features: An extra-large open bore accommodates patients of all sizes and is perfect for those who get anxious during an MRI. 1 foot of spacious head room means you'll no longer feel like you're nose to nose with the top of the magnet. Due to its short design, most exams can be done with your head outside of the system. If your doctor recommends an MRI, ask for a referral to Summers County ARH HospitaL MRI Scheduling: ('304) 466-2912 Summers County