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Page 4 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, February 28, 2008 " CDR. Taylor 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Ring of Lebanon will celebrate 50 years of marriage on March 1. They have two children, Sherry Thomas of Blountville, Tennessee and Robert Ring of Goshen. They also have two grandchildren, Miranda and Mitchell Owens of Gray, Tennessee by Ethan Collins, Kristen Gibson, Dessa Greear and Dylan Harding Last week at CHS, the Cumberland District basketball tournaments were held at Castlewood High School. FBLA testing was held for the students who wished to compete in order to go to the state competition in Washington D.C. in the spring. In sports, the varsity wrestl- ing team competed in the sub- regions at Lebanon High School on Wednesday, February 20. The varsity boys and girls basketball teams competed in the Cumberland District tournament from February 21 through Feb- Tournament. They will be sell- ing these chances along with very unique, handcrafted sports earrings at the remainder of the home basketball games. If you are interested in knowing more about these fundraisers, the MGA trip, or making a donation to the Hi-Y Club, feel free to contact Jane Carter or Kayla Breeding at Castlewood High School. The SAT will be given at CDR. Barry R. Taylor Commander Taylor is a native of Castlewood. He is a 1985 graduate of The Citadel and holds masters degrees in Business (MBA) and National (NOTE." The Clinch Valley Times, at the request of St. Paul resident Kyle Fletcher, is providing its readers with the text of the 1978 Charter approved for the Town of St. Paul by the Virginia General Assembly.) An Act to provide a charter for the town of Saint Paul, in Wise County, Virginia, which town was incorporated by Common Law Order under date of April 12, 1911, in the Clerk's Office for the Circuit Court of Wise County, Virginia. Approved March 21, 1978 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia Charter of Town of Saint Paul. Chapter l. as follows: At the regular3.4 Powers of council--The Incorporation and Boundaries municipal election to be held on council along with the mayor 1.1 Incorporation--The in- the first Tuesday in May, nine- shall make such rules as are habitants of the territory corn- teen hundred seventy-eight, six necessary for the orderly con- prised within the present limits of the town of Saint Paul as such limitations are now, or may hereafter be altered and estab- lished by law, shall constitute a body politic and corporate, to be known and designated as the town of Saint Paul, and such shall have perpetual succession, Security and Strategic Studies may sue and be sued, implead (MA). After designation as a and be impleaded, contract and Naval Aviator in January 1987, be contracted with, and may he completed UH-1N training at have a corporate seal which it Helicopter Combat Support may alter, renew, or amend at its Squadron Sixteen,Pensacola, pleasure by proper ordinance. Florida. 1.2 Boundaries--The territory In July 1987, he reported to embraced within the town of Antarctic Development Squad- Saint Paul is that territory in the run Six, Point Mugu, California. While assigned to VXE-6, he completed three deployments to McMurdo Station, Antarctica in support of Operation Deep Castlewood High School on adron Light Four Eight in March 1. PSAT scores are available in the guidance office. September of 1995 where he Yearbooks are now on sale. . served as Officer in Charge of county of Wise and Russell County, Virginia, as set forth by Common Law Order under date of April 13, 1911, in the Clerk's Office for the Circuit Court of Freeze. Wise County, Virginia, and by CDRT was assigned to Hell- the Common Law Order under copter Anti-Submarine Squadron date of December 19, 1972 in Light Four Three in February the Clerk's Office of the Circuit 1991. He served as the squadron Court of Russell County, Virgi- Quality Assurance Officer and nia. Tactics Officer. During this tourChapter 2. he deployed in support of Powers operation Desert Storm and 2.1 The town of Saint Paul operation Fiery Vigil. shall have all powers that may In March 1993, Commander be conferred upon or delegated Taylor transferred to the Bureau to towns under the Constitution of Naval Personnel, Arlington, and laws of the Commonwealth His assignments included Of- of Virginia, including, but not ricer Distribution Procedures limited to, those powers set Branch and Joint TAD Manning. forth in 15,1-873 through 15.1- CDR Taylor reported to 907 of the Code of Virginia as Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squ- amended. ruary 23. Detachment Three deploying to Chapter 3. Mayor and Council 3.1 Election, Qualification members shall be elected. The three members each of whom has received more votes in such elections than either of the other three members shall serve as members of the council for terms of four years each. The remaining three members shall serve for terms of two years each. At the regular municipal election to be held on the fkst Tuesday in May, nineteen hund- red eighty, and every two years thereafter, three councilmen shall be elected each for a term of four years beginning on the first day of July next following their election. Each councilman elected as hereinabove provided shall serve for the term stated or until bis successor shall have been elected and qualified. The council shall be a continuing body, and no measure pending before such body shall abate or be discontinued by reason of expiration of terms of office or removal of any of its members. C. At the regular municipal election to be held on the first Thursday in May of nineteen hundred seventy-eight, and eve- ry two years thereafter, the qualified voters shall elect a mayor to serve for a term of two years or until his successor shall have been elected and qualified. The mayor shall preside at meetings of the council and shall be recognized as head of the town government for cere- mo-nial purposes and by the Governor for purposes of milita- ry law. He shall have the same powers and duties as othe-'r duct of their business not inconsistent with the laws of Virgimia and shall have the powers in their discretion to appoint a vice-mayor, town manager, clerk, treasurer, town attorney, and a chief of police, who shall have such duties and shall serve, at the pleasure of the Council and at such compensa- tion ais the council may deter- mine, consistent with general law. Chapter 4. Miscellaneous. 4.1 Eminent domain--The powers of eminent domain as set fo)rth in Title 15-1 and Title 25 off the Code of Virginia as amended are hereby conferred upon lthe town of Saint Paul. 4.2! Fiscal year--The fiscal year of the town shall begin on July cone of each year and end on Jume thirty of the following year. 4.3; Ordinances continuing-- All oxdinances now in force in the town of Saint Paul, not inconsistent with this charter, shall remain in force until altered, amended or repealed by the council. 4.4 Legislative procedure-- Except in dealing with parlia- mentary procedure the council shall act only by ordinance or resolution, and with the excep- tion of ordinances, making ap- propriations, or authorizing the contr:acting of indebtedness shall be confined to one general subjecct, 4.5 Office of town sergeant not be created--In accordance The Hi-Y Club will be Please see Mrs. Monk or a attending the annual MGA in yearbook staffer. Yearbooks are the Adriatic Sea and Arabian and termofoffice-- members of council; however, with the provisions of 15.1-796 Richmond this spring. In order $50 without a stamped name and Gulf. Upon completion of this A. The town of Saint Paul the mayor shall vote only in of the Code of Virginia, there to raise enough money for all $52 with a stamped name. Ifdeployment he served as the shall be governed by a town case of a tie and shall have no shall not be created in the town their members to attend, they are students purchase their year- squadron Maintenance Officer. council composed of seven veto powers, the office of town sergeant. now selling $1 chances on a books before Friday, February In April of 1998 he was members, all of whom shall be 3.2 Vacancies-Vacancies on2. That an emergency exists $100 Wal-Mart gift card that 29 their names will be placed assigned as a Strategy Officer for qualified voters of the town. the council and in the office of and this act is in force from its will be given away at the in a cash drawing that will be the Commander United States B. The council in office at the mayor shall be filled for the passage. championship game of the held on March 7. The prizes are Special Operations Command, time or- the passage of this act unexpired term by a majority Cumberland District Basketball $I00, $50 and $25. MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. shall continue until the expira- vote of the remaining members Copper Creek School news Taylor was assigned usa tion of the terms for which they ofcouncil. student at Naval War College, were elected or until their sue- 3.3. Qualifications of mem- by Angela Compton thank Clinch Valley ChapterNewport, Rhode Island in March cessors .are duly elected and beTs--Any person qualified to 2001. Upon graduation, he quannea, vote in the town shall be eligible Copper Creek would like to 152 Order of the Eastern Star assumed the duties as Ghief Staff The council shall be elected for the office of councilman or Unlimited Hours, No Contracts. - - for their generous donation. - The students at Copper Officer, Helicopter Anti-Sub-in the manner provided by law, mayor. Creek are enjoying the activities marine Light Wing, U.S. Atlantic Local, national PAWS groups Happy 3 student of the After attendanceSCh l per Programday. Fleet. y o /U A "" ay " -"- with an average of 30 to 35 After completion of his tour F EE24nr, ch. c S.opoa as Chief Staff Officer, he support a 45th They engage in art activities, reported as Weapons Officer *lOe-mailaddresseswithWebmaiL! story time, technology lab,USS John F. Kennedy, where his PAWS: Peoples' Animal and animal clinics work with Ctust0m Start Page . news. weather & more! physical education, and music. Department was awarded the Welfare Services is honoring PAWS by offering discounted In music class the students' Black "W" for battle efficiency. Spay Day/USA, the nationally pricing for surgeries and rabies suffop/o 6,X/astor/) In March of 2007, Commander recognized effort to encourage vaccines. PAWS volunteers will -- just 3moro homemade instruments will be Taylor was assigned as Chief spaying and neutering corn- collect and transport homeless sJ~. up Online! www.LoealNet.com due March 3-4. These instru- pinion" antmals, on February 26, animals as well as some pets to ca, ments can be made out of any Staff Officer, Helicopter Marl- " ny vowing to spaymeuter as [ home item, coffee can, card- time Strike Wing U.S. Atlantic and from clinics and veterina- Fleet. " " / board, plastic, wood, etc. many nomeless amma=s as pus- rians, plus care for them after- h .alNet 762-0889 1, ")nnQ slble m Russell County and sur- ward. Many local businesses [- The library--ff --b-e- aving rounding communities. PAWS . have pledged contributions. memners recognize a crisis m / their annual Book Fair, "Road his current assignment as Com- . . . Every dollar collected will go compan|on anJmaJ overpopu [ Trip" March 3-7. The students minding Officer, Helicopter " directly toward the spay or ] will be going during their muon lnese anlma|s pose aneuter and rabies vaccine of Ant -Submarme L ght Squadron,-:" . . . [ regular library class time to Four 7, m nealth mreat to humans ann companion animals. Others can ] browse and purchase books. other an|mils Tragically, many help PAWS in this important ommanoer laylor S awaras,- ;", . / March 20 I D. Concepts will area snelters nave aecome an|- effort by sending donations and mclude the Defense Meritorious ] be taking pictures of the Serwce" Medal, Meritorious' malwarenouses, wneretaxpay-postal stamps to PAWS, P.O. i' s;t'n l io;l'cihema.com i / students and imprinting thumb er OOllars cannot possmty care Box 302, Castlewood,VA y ]prints along with getting SerwceMedal, Nav andMarme :Eaci Wee kForUodatesOnOurNewrheatro!: Corps Commendation Medal (4), mr surpms pets m a namane ann 24224. For more information, i : :, / general information for a child Na " and Marine adequate way. PAWS memberscall 276-762-5896. ." : ] I.D. card. Ac aYevement Medal believe that spay/neuter is the PAWS meetings are held i [ Copper Creek Pre-K and ". "' most humane and efficient way third Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the : Super ri"uesday ALl. Tickets- S4 o : vinous umt commendatmns and ; / Kindergarten will celebrateservice medals to repute me numoer or stray Oxbow Center in St. Paul. i ' ' ' " mi / Easter with an egg hunt and ,^. :.animals and discarded pets in Interested residents are invited: starring. " to join the group on March 20 to : ~lennis Oua~l ~L~2~J ~' [ : ,[ each room will have a party. Co our colnl'nunlHCS married to the former Pamela . " VVe love you [ Students, faculty and staff . m cooperauon pay/ let their voices be heard on this : : Stone of Mmneapohs Minnesota. USA a c - / are looking forward to spring run non olme tlumaneand other important animal. Da,lyy:T.gPM I ua(] & onnle ] break, March 21-30. ney reslae m JaCKsonvme wlm oc ety OI me orated States, stewardship issues. s me,r cnlmren Kyan, JOShUa ana at-S-lie=2=45.5=15 If%V l. i r oan.'" "j 4 7 mem ers tr w navere'/ 0( ' [')0R'T quested that local veterin arians rr' " ---- ' (Continued from page7) i ! raced in fofa la);up and a44 tO 43 St. Paul lead. . Starring: " After a time out Thomas Sam elLJaekso, : -- Walker put the ball in play and : Daily: 7:30"9:15 PM i worked for a good shot. St. Paul i ~ Sat-Sun: 2:15 5 : 7g'g committed their sixth foul of 7:30 g:15PM : Pharmacy & Your Health the half with 27 seconds left. : Motion Sickness May Continue After Travel Inside the last two minutes },I. ' ' ' i of the game St. Paul's Damron i Starring: ~ i Motion sickness results from a disturbance of the inner ear I, had inserted senior Steven i Bfflana tvigan leading to a sensation of imbalance. The brain receives signals Kilgore in the game for his ex- from the inner ear, eyes, muscles, and joi'nts. When signals are '4 27 Of perience and defensive ability. : gaily: rr:15 9:20 PM ~!~:~ ! received that do not match, motion sickness may occur. This That move paid off for St. Paul : Sat-Sum: 2:30 4:45 : as Kilgore knocked the ball ! ,:,= 9:20PM~i condition can be caused by the motion of a car, airplane, or boat. loose from Hensley with 16.6 If the eyes are unable to send signals of motion to the brain because there is not a window to look out of, while at the same seconds to play and dove on the i ~L--~V~IL~IiI=']li~---- i time the inner ear senses motion, motion sickness may occur, floor and knocked the ball Nausea, dizziness, and vomiting may result. Although this ahead to a hustling Phillips who -~ W/SE24/7C(O.~,aovleS;,OP~tmG~i,~.276-679-4~52ct~tR : headed for the basket. : Super Vuesday ALL Tickets - 45o : condition is not serious, symptoms may cause discomfort in A Patrick Damron time out i i individuals affected. The discomfort may continue even after the stopped the Phillips drive for i Starring:i 6'00 p. - 00"00/,the,basket. After the tie out Ellis was i tarry:he eable6w St. Paul, fouled and. with less than 15 . seconds left; Ellis hit two free i throws for a 46-43 score, . s,t-s z:ao. 4:4 A desperation three attempt : r: 5. PM a ,d by Thomas Walker's Overton , missed and St, Paul had the : ' travel has ceased. Over-the-counter drugs may be taken to prevent motion sickness. Meclizine (Dramamine, Bonine) is available to help prevent motion sickness. The drug may be taken one hour before traveling for the prevention of motion sickness. In addition, Scopolamine (Transderm Scop) is a patch available with a prescription for prevention. This drug may cause blurred vision. Also, use caution when engaging in activities that require mental alertness or coordination when taking this drug. Avoid drinking alcohol while wearing a scopolamine patch. ATTENTION: General Motors Retirees- we can now fill your preacrlptional See us for all your health and beauty needs PUBLIC FAX # 276-762-0213 cerebration q Kathy/ Reception is sponsored by Paul Friends victory, i Starring: SCORING: St. Paul--Ellis : FreeddieHighmore 12, Lawson 2, Phillips 12, i Williams 5, Padgett 15, Kilgore. : Thomas Walker--Williams 2, : r. a m Sat4Sun: 2 4:30 Trent 10, Giles 5, Sadler, : r. O PM Escobar, Hawkins, Hensley 9, Overton 15. /