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Beckley Post Herald Raleigh Register (Newspaper) - May 12, 1974, Beckley, West Virginia 4-Post�Herald and Register Beckley w. A sunday morning May 12, Susitina Calls for Wyoming civic Complex state senator Alan l. Susman area. The civic development of today called for the building the area would be helped be of a Wyoming county civic cause events like Home shows Center armory Complex to basketball tournaments and serve the people of that county this Type of things the in much the same Way the peo economic development would be pie of Raleigh county Are served by their civic Center armory Complex. According to Susman such a Complex in Wyoming county would help both the civic and economic development of the pick. Pitts Democrat House of delegates aided by the county s ability to Host events like the recent District 29 convention and other events which would bring peo pie into the one advantage of an armory civic Center Complex would be the jobs that a National guard armory Reserve unit would create for the county. These would be several full time civil service jobs and Between 50-100 part time jobs with pay Scales Between $750 to $2,000 annually. Plus the Federal government i. Advertisement lose a Pound a Day and More Vitamin e9 discovery offers fast weight loss would pay the majority of Thuc costs on such a project if plans called for an armory. Susman said the recent events in Wyoming county like the storm damage Points out the need of a National guard unit of some size in Wyoming county. This will get that unit and a civic Susman also pointed out that several West Virginia counties with a smaller population have and support armoires among them Are Summers with 13,213 people upshur 19,092 Roane 14,111 Randolph 2 4,596 Preston 22,552 Mason 24,306 Lewis 17,847 Mineral 23,109 and Braxton 12,666. Said Susman with More than 32,000 people in Wyoming county support of such a Complex is Clear when we look at the other counties and their smaller populations that have and use such a Hollywood special new scientific discoveries have produced a Vitamin e diet that quickly works wonders on overweight people and reportedly is gaining great popularity across the country with glowing reports of easy weight loss while still eating almost As much As you those who follow the simple Vitamin e diet report an average loss of at least a Pound a Day and even More without exercise or starvation. 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Diet dept. J18, 11526 Burbank bl., North Hollywood. Cal. 91601 unconditional Money Back guarantee if not satisfied. Adv. Honduras riots kill student Tegucigalpa Honduras up a 15-year-old student was killed wednesday night in a demonstration that deteriorated into a riot in front of the guatemalan embassy. More than 500 persons gathered at the embassy to protest the May 1 deaths of four persons in labor Day violence in Guatemala. Police fired teargas in an attempt to break up the demonstration then opened fire with pistols. Raimundo Dominguez a Stu Dent at the Institute Central secondary school was killed. Demonstrators retaliated by throwing rocks. Some 25 persons were arrested including Carlos Arica president of the federation of University students. The demonstration had been organized by the federation and the workers general Central. Six counties represented at Baptist be 4 among speakers at the Day Long Friday assemblage of the Baptist Bible Fellowship of West Virginia convening in Glen Fork were the Rev. Jim Harkins ? Belling ton the Rev. Jack Gwinn Clarksburg who served As Moderator and the Rev. Arnold Wall fourth leftist. Airy n. C. The three Are greeted by a fourth speaker the Rev. Wiley Brooks Keystone and the Rev. Jim Towe Glen Fork pastor of the Host Church. Rns Glen Fork rns the Baptist Bible Fellowship of West Virginia has seen substantial growth during its three years of existence those attending were told by the Rev. Jack Gwinn Clarksburg and pastor of the Bible Baptist Temple of Nutter Fork who served As Moderator of Friday s Spring meeting hosted by the Glen Fork Baptist Temple. Members of the Fellowship had been earlier welcomed to Glen Fork by the Rev. Jim Towe pastor of the local Church. In his opening remarks or. Gwinn said the organization has As its primary goals the opening of new Independent Baptist churches within the state and that six new churches have been instituted within the three year period. Heard were the Rev. Jim Harkins Belington Baptist Temple who spoke on dissension discouragement and the Rev. Wylia Brooks Keystone Baptist Church Keystone and the Rev. Arnold Wall Northside Baptist Church it. Airy n. C. Or. Wall used As his Sermon title god s Eagle saints and or. Brooks wild Bull in a net using As a text Isaiah 51-20. Six West Virginia counties Wyoming Raleigh Mcdowell Harrison Barbour and Boone were represented. Women of the Host Church were hostesses for the 6 . Dinner served in Fellowship Hall adjoining the Church. Attending the sessions of the Baptist Bible vote May 14th Mary Martha mrs Charles Mph Pitt Democrat state Senate Mary Martha Merritt voted yes on the following House Bill 708 Coal mine health and safety act passed March 13, 1971 vote yes x House Bill 790 Workman s compensation benefits passed March 13, 1971 vote xes House Bill 839 Workman s compensation benefits for beneficiaries. This Bill increased the benefits for dependents passed March 10, 1972 vote is House Bill 725 increasing the minimum wage and reducing the maximum hours for overtime. Passed March 9, 1974 vote Xii House Bill 825 increase in Workman s compensation benefits. Mandatory coverage of All employees with some exceptions. Passed 1974 vote ies Senate Bill 257 increasing unemployment compensation to 66% per cent of the average weekly wage. Passed 1974 vote xes Senate Bill 843 programs at West Virginia University for Coal research Bureau. 1974 vote yes vetoed House Bill 1197 exempts mine electricians and mechanics with 3 years experience from examination. Passed april 14, 1973 vote yes elect a full time senator political adv. Paid for by the committee to elect Mary Martha Merritt to the state Senate Petio wimp hosted Friday by the Glen Fork Baptist Temple were left to right the Rev. And mrs. Lebron Williams Gilbert Everette Blevins a trustee at the Glen Fork Temple a for Mer pastor at Glen Fork the Rev. Douglas Walls Ballard and p. T. Sigmon Deacon of the Host Church. Rns injunction issued against 2 Wyoming county miners Pineville consolidation Coal co. Obtained a temporary injunction saturday morning in Wyoming county circuit court against two men it charged with picketing at Itmann thursday. According to c o n s o 1 spokesman Leonard Gross the order issued by circuit court judge Robert m. Worrell enjoins Lonnie Prillaman of Alpoca and Jerry Willingham of Corinne individually or with others from picketing or otherwise interfering with the operation of Itmann or any other Consol mine. According to the company the men closed Down the Itmann mines on the 4 . Shift thursday apparently in sympathy with miners at a Consol operation at Stephenson who were protesting the dismissal of the local Union president and two others at that mine. Gross said Itmann returned to work Friday. Itmann and Stephenson had both been idled for a shift earlier thursday. Neither of the men Are Congo employees Gross said. Prillaman s Mother said saturday he is an employee of slab Fork Coal co at Alpoca. Willingham could not be reached. The company spokesman said judge Worrell ordered sheriff s deputies to serve the injunction and said that deputies would be present at various mines at Midnight sunday to see that the order was enforced. The judge did not specify the mines Gross said. Gross added that Consol is considering further Legal action related to the work stoppages but did not elaborate. According to United mine workers sources Consol said earlier this week it had decided to dismiss local 6869 president George Viers and two other men. The dismissals related to a work stoppage two weeks ago at Stephenson. A Penney shop the Jap annoy Catalon store hours mondays 4 fridays t to f other weekdays f to s use your pc pointy charge card

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