Register Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1998, Beckley, West Virginia in the 80s. 14A wednesday Born to Devil Ray outfielder loves the to 4B Youngsters may not have to look far for something to do during school West Brian Bowling and Nerissa - One of the first tasks for a new education auditing office should be the Monroe County school House Education Chairman Jerry Mezzatesta said with a report of county school systems in Mezzatesta said Monroe County received an extra from the Legislature this but it only spent of the money in getting itself out of have no idea what they're talking Monroe Superintendent Lyn Guy said Tuesday from her cellular She was en route to a conference at Bethany was a for a piano lab at James Monroe High she The to which Mezzatesta referred was Monroe County's share of increased enrollment funds provided by the Other counties received money for their increased she Monroe County implemented full-time which made it eligible to receive more state money for having more gone toward the deficit - every bit of Guy said he's already heard the county plans to ask legislators for a permanent increase of during next year's legislative did we ask that? I don't know what he's talking Guy director of school finance for the state Department of said Monroe has the same problem most of the other deficit county school systems have - too many County has six professional educators and 10 school service personnel in excess of the number justified by its their salaries and benefits amount to The county's projected deficit is Panetta problem with Monroe is he disputed those She said for the school year just Monroe had no professional personnel over the The county had 6.91 service all bus over its enrollment percent of the county's employees 17,1998 The Weather Is Nice Dawson catches her daughter 18 months as she slides into the water Tuesday at the Lake Stephens D 1 G E S County to get at least Brian - If any Raleigh County organization didn't get some money in the state budget it can only be because it didn't cursory check of the digest after it was signed Tuesday evening showed Raleigh County getting at least million for 35 projects range from for the Raleigh County Farm Bureau to million College of West Virginia's plan to form affiliations with West Virginia University and other The private college doesn't directly receive the but the budget digest orders the State University System to spend up to that amount developing the Finance Chairman Harold said the digest spends about million which would mean Raleigh County received more than 10 percent of The House and Senate finance committees received a total of million in he that budget conference members only had to spend for every in it may seem strange they actually gave money to some groups that didn't request Michael said million for senior citizen centers and programs includes some senior centers that didn't ask for any the ones that any we allotted he legislators included all the centers because they knew they could use the money for their meals programs and other senior he the Hardy County Committee on Aging received the largest portion of that money - said his largest item is million to develop the South Branch BUDGET on Page 14A FOIA and the Browsers have access to thousands of MONROE on Page 14A Mike PRESS - Dear You'll want to know that I just saw Adolf Hitler and a woman in Seat 40, Car 10 of the Illinois Central I saw an aerial It due it was three times size of the evening it was stationary for five to 10 it was blue but turned white and then out like About the disappearance of Amelia I believe were After the plane was taken over by some other with computer access to the Internet now can browse through on some of the cases that have intrigued millions of the FBI has made 16,000 pages from 37 investigations It intends ultimately to post all 1.3 million pages of files already opened to the public and available for perusal in FBI Names of informants and correspondents are blacked out for Internet motive is When people request copies of files under the Freedom of Information it is cheaper to refer them to the Web than to make says spokesman John Since last 1.4 visits to the FBI site have been Four hundred people work full-time handling bureau started with historic once were matters of intense the explosion of the German Zeppelin Hindenburg in 1937; the 1940 pickax murder in Mexico of exiled Russian revolutionary Leon the 1962 escape of three Alcatraz inmates who fashioned a raft from rubber the 1934 shooting by FBI agents of John the disappearance of flying pioneer Earhart in 1937 over the Pacific the St. Valentine's Day killing of seven members of the Bugs Moran gang in Chicago in 1929; the crime spree of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow that ended with their roadside killing by police in 1934. FBI on Page 14A the truth of what's Phone system will allow public observers to call in what they Andrew months of planning and computer and more than have finally paid off for forecasters at the National Weather Service office in Charleston with the debut of West Virginia's Public Observation program is the first of its kind in the nation if will possibly be adopted by weather service offices all over the United said Jim data acquisition program manager at the Charleston of the program include customized commercial telephone answering software and a special computer program written by a handful of NWS forecasters in The program is completely computer the convenience of a toll-free the program allows callers to report severe weather from anywhere in the A computerized main menu is presented to the caller to determine the type of severe weather being Following the instructions the caller contributes more specific information through a series of callers are asked to enter their ZIP which determines the location of the report and gives them the option of leaving their telephone number for further questioning which in most cases takes less than one lets the computer put together a severe weather report in a usable format for NWS The program report is then compared with current weather situations and radar to determine the validity of the caller's weather service is then able to issue additional warnings to the public based on the information from the program lets us determine or what is actually going Campbell said the program has had limited success thus far because word has not gotten out about the a quick way for the community to contact the weather service about severe weather conditions in their Campbell only does the program lead to public warnings about current weather it also helps meteorologists determine if possible severe weather situations have the potential to WEATHER on Page 14A Inside of Record 3A Abby 3; 8-0-0 4; 2-2-8-6 25: 5-11-12-19-22-25 Pick 3: 1-0-1 Pick 4: 2-6-2-8 5-8-39-69 SUPREME Robert C. 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