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?. OBITUARIES PEORA JANE AMBROSE Peora Jane Ambrose, age 92, of Lexington, ILL., formerly of Summers County died Friday April 16, 1999 in a Lexington, ILL. hospital. Born May 13, 1906 at Judson she was the daughter of the late Lewis and Lida Holdren Reed. She had been a resident of Lexington for the past 72 years. She was preceded in death by her husband Douglas Ambrose on December 10, 199S. She was also preceded in death by and infant daughter and four brothers and three sisters. Survivors include four sisters, Lake Dotson, Hattie McKinney, and Patria Ellison all of Hinton, and Bernice Beaver of Charleston. Funeral services were held at :11:00 A. M. Monday April 19th. at VIusselman-Beck Funeral Home in xington, ILL. with Keith Jones pfficiating. Burial followed in Lexington. Submitted by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. REV. JOHN S. ATKINSON The Rev. John S. Atkinson, 71, of Knob Ridge Road, Pipestem, died Monday, April 14, 1999, at his home, with his family by his side. Born Dec. 5, 1927, at Beckley, he /as the son of the late H. B. and Lillian Pearl Lilly Atkinson Sr. The Rev. Atkinson, a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, entered the U. S. Navy serving uriag World War If. After his ervice time, he entered Morris Harvey College in Charleston to eceive a double degree in English find social studies. ' He was called into the ministries ih 1953, having preached his first Sermon in the early part of 1954 at the Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, Pipestem, where he was pastoring for the past 46 years, until his death. During the early part of his ministries, he served as a journeyman printer for Beckley Newspapers and later for BJW Printers in Beckley. He then became a social worker for West Virginia Department of Human services. He was a member of the Indian Creek Regular Baptist Association and was serving as its clerk. In 1977, he was instrumental in the formation of the Pipestem Christian Academy and had served as the administrator of the academy since its beginning. He was preceded in death by a sister, Faith Barker. Survivors include his wife of 50 years; Betty Lou Corona Atkinson; a son, the Rev. Daniel P. Atkinson and wife, Barbara, of Springfield, Tenn.; three daughters, Cynthia Justus and husband, Phillip, of Houston, Texas, Kim Keaton and husband, Kennith, of PipesteflL and Catherine Matherly and husband, Mike, of Lerona; four sisters, Mary Barney of Beaver, Martha Muntz of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Hope Atkinson and Charity Fondale, beth of Beckley; two brothers, Burean Atkinson of Smyrna Beach, Fla., and Gene Atkinson of Beaver; six grand(children, Leslie, P. J. (Phillip), John Brent, Lori Beth, Erika Marl and Catherine Broo.ke; and one I , Nationwide Investing Foundation, founded in 1933, is one d the country's oldest mu fund i companim. Call our Agency today to learn how you con join the many thousands d i&* mutual fund shareholders. You'll also receive a free prospectus containing complete information, including charges, fees and expenses. Read it carefully before you invest or mad money. mo,,,s,, great-grandchild, Ryan. A celebration of life was held at 2 p. m. Wednesday, April 14th. at the Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, Pipestem, with the Rev. Eugene Harmon, Dr. Ronald Neely and the Rev. Joe Bowling officiating. Burial followed in the Knob Ridge Cemetery, Pipestem. Pallbearers were Jerry Burton, Bill Ratliff, John Allen, Kevin Worley, Tom Worley, Alvin Shrewsbury, Ray Nichols and Keith Spangler. In lieu of flowers, donations of sympathy may be made to the Pipestem Christian Academy, P. 0. Box 49, Pipestem, WV 25971. Arrangements by Memorial Funeral Directory, Athens Road, Princeton. MARY BOUDE BAYLOR Mary Boude Baylor, 95, of Lexington, KY., formerly of Huntington, died Thursday, April 1, 1999 in Lexington. She was well cared for at Tanbark Health Care Center, Lexington, KY., during her last six years in order to be near her family. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a. m. Monday, April 5, 1999, at Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary, Huntington, with Dr. R. F. Smith, Jr. officiating. Burial followed in Woodmere Memorial Burial Park, Huntington. Born December 17, 1903 at Hinton, she was the daughter of the late Walter H. andAlice Ford Boude. She taught elementary school in Ronceverte, and Cleveland, OH. She was a member of the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church where she served as a Deaconess for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband; William Glenn Baylor, a sister; Daisy B. Alderson, and a brother, Clinton F. Boude. Survivors include a son and daughter-- in-- law, James B. and Rebecca Marshall Baylor of Lexington, four granddhildren; Bryan A. Baylor of Lexington, Amy Shannon and husband Brian Shannon, and Sara B. Baylor, of Cincinnati OH., and Chris Baylor of Gunnison, CO., one great grandchild; Parker G. Shannon of Cincinnati, OH.; and a niece; Frances A. Neely of Hinton. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, .... Arrangements by Klingel- Carpenter Mortuary, Huntington. RALSTON S. PRUITr Ralston Starling Pruitt, 5 months, of HC77 Box 55, Hinton, died Tuesday, April 13, 1999, in a Charleston hospital. Born Oct. 25, 1998, in Lewisburg, he was the son of Kevin A. and Rhonda Culbertson Pruitt of Hinton. Ralston had been a lifelong resident of Hinton and was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include his parents, three brothers, Robert Childres, Channing Childers, and Philip Pruitt; a sister, Emily Pruitt; his paternal grandparents, Charles and Joyce Pruitt of Nemours; his maternal grandparents, Ronald and Patsy Culbertson of Green Valley; his grandfather, Russell Morgan of Wilcoe; and his God parents, Jason and Shelia Richmond of Hinton. Private funeral services were conducted Saturday, April 17th. with the Rev. George Cook officiating. Floral contributions were accepted at Cravens-Shires Funeral Home on Friday, April 16th. Arrangements by Cravens-Shires Funeral Home, Bluewell. CHARLES EDGAR POWELL Mr. Charles Edgar Powell Jr., 62, of 118 Highland Ave., Parkersburg, formerly of Hinten, was found dead Monday, April 12, 1999 at the home of his niece, in Ronceverte, following an apparent heart attack. Born June 13, 1936, in Hinton, he was a son of the late Charles E. and Ruby M. "Jean" Graham Powell, and had lived the early part of his life in Hinton. Mr. Powell was a small appliance repairman and enjoyed flea markets, He was preceded in death by one sister, Nancy Nutter. Survived by one son Charles E. "Chuck" Powell Ill of Atlanta GAd one daughter, Patricia A. Powell, of Parkersburg; three stepdaughters, Vicky Bretz ofAshville, NC, Debbie Smith, Pomroy, OH, Brenda Hunt of Dobson, NC.; one grandson, Jancent Powell of Parkersburg; two granddaughters, Charlee Powell, of Parkersburg, and Jayme Perrine of Belpree, OH.; one sister, Barbara Pendleton, ofAshville, NC. Graveside services and burial were held at 11:00 am. Thursday, April 15th. at the Graham Cemetery at Tug Creek in Summers Co. with Pastor Sterling Morgan officiating. There was no visitation. Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hinton was in charge of arrangements. MONA WHEELER QUINN Mona Wheeler Quinn, 84, of Hinton, frmerly of Dunbar, died Sunday;April 18, 1999, in a Summers County care center after a long illness. Arrangements by Pivont Funeral Home, Hinton. COMMUNITY CENTER The Hinton Area Community Center's Board of Directors meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p. m. at King's Restaurant, 212 Temple Street. The meetings are open to the public. WANTED TO BUY!!! Riverview School and Hinton High School Memoriablia Want yearbooks, class rings, sports, band and cheerleading uniforms. Any thing from either Rlverview School or Hinton High School. Items to be used in a museum. See Rlcky Eades or call 466-4363. nP||n|nm|||m|||||||||||lll I Cut Save'..' ' II . , | ,, BIuestone Cafe & Bobcat s Den m | RI. 20 By-Pass, Hinton ' ! I One mile below Bluestone Dam ; I SUMMER LONG SPECIALS !! II | MONDAY - Hot Dog with Chips $1.25 | _a Hot Dog with Fries or Onion Rings $2.00 1 : TUESDAY - Spuds Bar-S-Que with Slaw, Chips & : == Pickle Spear $1.95 ... - with Fries or Onion Rings $2.70 " WEDNESDAY - Chicken Salad, Tuna Salad or Pimento u I Cheese Sandwich with Chips & Pickle m n Spear on White, Wheat or Rye $1.95 II with Fries or Onion Rings $2.70 ! THURSDAY - Breaded Chlcken Sandwich with Chlpe : - & Plckle Spear $2.55 .: with Fries or Onion Rings $3.30 m FRIDAY- Shaved RHmy. Sandwich with Chipe & _| Pickle Spear $2.75 : with Fries or Onion Rings $3.50 : EAT-IN or CARRY-OUT | | , 466-3550 : , Cut & Save.'.' , mm, mmm=mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi Tues. April 20. 1999 HAnton News - 3 Legislative Notes By Delegate Mary 1). Compton As the final hour came to pass, the governor completed his bill signing at midnight, April 8, 1999. Of the number of bills passed by beth bodies, five were vetoed, while one became law without the governor's signature. A total of 309 bills were signed into law after the conclusion of this legislative session. Although only two pieces of legislation were rejected primarily due to technical reasons, the governor also vetoed three additional bills as the deadline drew near. Measures that would rewrite the "state's domestic law," give a tax break on wigs for cancer patients and legislation that would have restricted the amount of money placed in a special account for income tax refunds were all vetoed. The governor's administration plans to donate an estimated $15,000 for the wig tax exemption to the state chapter of the American Cancer Society. The bill was not vetoed because of its intent; however, as it made its way through the legislative process, it became known as"a Christmas Tree.  Many unnecessary amendments were attached to the bill which made it very unpopular. Seven extra exemptions were added to the bill, giving tax breaks to lobbyists, car rental commissions and the sale of soap at car washes. Midnight Thursday was the deadline for the governor to sign or veto any measure placed before him. If he refused to act on any piece of legislation, it automatically became law. With this in mind, a bill allowing slot machines at the state's four rhcetracks, became law without the governor's signature. The governor signed quite a few bills this past week in order to meet the deadline requirements. Of those, quite a few focus on our health care system. A bill that amends fl#e sections' of the WV Medical Practice Act and adds a new section, which places the Board of Medicine under the Sunset provisions was signed by the governor on April 7. House Bill 2082, authorizes the board to enter into reciprocity agreements with other jurisdictions, provides an exemption for eligible graduates of certain foreign medical schools from meeting additional requirements for licensure and defines the term "telemedicine." It also requires licensure for persons engaged in the practice of telemedicine and provides exceptions, as well as expands the basis for board investigations. It further eliminates certain mandatory reporting, provides additional due process protections for physicians subject to disciplinary proceedings, permits assessment of cost against complainant in certain cases and provides for remand in court cases of after-discovered evidence. It will go into effect 90 days from its original passage date. Another bill that was signed into law on April 8, empowers the Board of Physical Therapy to set licensing fees and allows physical therapy assistants to practice without the direct supervision of a physical therapist. House Bill 2802 also provides that an applicant may be issued only one temporary permit that is only valid for 30 days. It further removes outdated language in beard disciplinary procedures and goes into effect 30 days from passage. At last, a bill that establishes a special volunteer medical license and issued without payment of fees and provides civil immunity for voluntary medical services rendered to indigents by retired doctors, was signed by the governor on April 6. It will go into effect 90 days from its original passage date. The 309 bills that were signed into law by the governor and the one measure,making itaway: threugh the legislative process because the governor failed to react, will all be placed into West Virginia Code. It is important to note that after a bill becomes law, it is called an act. The "Acts of the Legislature" are published annually and reflect all the measures which become law in a given year. The acts are then inserted into the appropriate portions of the West Virginia Code, which is a series of books containing the laws of the state. As always, if you have any legislative questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me by phone at 340-3269, or by mail at State Capitol Complex, Building 1, Room 208-E. Charleston, WV. 25305. FRIENDSHIP TREE The Auxiliary Friendship Tree in the lobby of Summers County ARH Hospital bloomed with green paper shamrocks for the month of March. Many friends donated $1.00 to the auxiliary for a birthday, anniversary, memorial or honor of a loved one. Those remembered were: Beulah Crawford, Robert Gwinn, C. J. Lilly, MarjorieAnderson, Chevy Haselwood Aldridge, Dakota Jones, Barbara Sherwood, Buford W. Mc2$eer, Sallie C. McNeer, Frank L. McNeer, John Willey, Jr., Cody Rice, John Willey, Sr. Broaddus Hicks, Ovid Graham, Sr., Mattie Graham, Robert Patrick, Theresa Patrick, Alma Redes, Jane Carmichael, Darrell Turner, Sr., Margaret Pack, Louise Richmond, Zona Scott, Leola Meadows, Eula Saunders, Terry Bulmer, Irvin S. Maddy, Vicky Maddy, Trisha Maddy, Krista Maddy, Edith Coffman, Bill and Edith Coffman, Charles Briers, Jack A. Richmond, Jim Wingfield, Bob Wingfield, Mamie Wingfield, Opal Belling, Gilbert Belling, "Gibby" Conner, JoycRg Jlm-sey,,Rohald  : Ramsey, and Gerry Timberlake. YOUBUY YOUR COMPANION AND A THIRD RIDES FOR PERSON TICKET 1/2 PRICE RIDES FREE Yogi Berra used to say, "A nickel ain't nations i the perfect opportuni W to Don't wait. "It ain't over till it's over," worth a dime anymore." Wall, that was visit friends, , or simply sit back so call your travd agent or Amtr at before he took advantage of Amtrak and absorb all the sights of spring's 1-800-USA-RAIL Train departs Spring Getaway Fares. Right now, vibrant return. Amtrak Spring Getaway from the Amtrak Station at 1 C&O when one passenger pays full fare, a scc- Fares must be reserved by May 15 for Plaza at Railroad Ave. h Alderan ond rides for half fare, and a third per- travel throughJme 12, 1999. r-i.en and Front St. in Hinton. son rides for free. With over 500 dcsti- day advance purchase required. ill First Ticket Second Ticket Third Ticket Chicao_._..__oo Fu// Fare 1/2 Fare FRE______EE Indian:po/is Fu// Fare 1/2 Fare FREE Cincinatti Fu// Fare 1/2 Fare FREE , I "ffi-- ,, Additional dntinations   ' :' "" .... I 800 USA RAmL Amtrak AY or A PROUD SPONSOR OF Amtrzl Spring Getaway Fares require 14 clay advance reservations to be rns no hder than 5/15/99, ftravet 3/13/6/12/9, Blackout dat: 4/1-4 and 5/28- 5/31/99. Full- fllro passeoers and comlnions rnusl tra toOetlter on same iI and ire subeot to same restrlcns, blkouts. lund/exchange . Addllionill arOno appdy for FI Class and  accommndatlons. Not valid on Auto Tmn, Metro Service, Northeast Corrlor Servino, jo AmtraVlA Rae Cala set- to   Ontario. Canada, mulli-rkle fans or COF(; lares. No good on non-reserve tr=dns e=Cel the San Dlegans, the San JOa(lUnns, and the Carols. Fares sul to change aad rMul lees rower paymt is made.  Spring Getaway Fares cannot be c0mbi wih  prorations, 0s or sttm(lard Amtrak 0is- C04M,  MiNd on availability d ate bject to change wflfiout notice, Sts are Iliod, Other restrictions may apply. "Mtl apue 11" and the siluel. tad ba,er io are tmdemanks ot Ma, Lsapue Ba Popect, Inc. National Rattnsd Passenoer Cmpomion. i(