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Page 6 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, March 21, 2013 Sherwood :Anderson Short Story Contest 2013 underway; deadline May 31 st magazines from 1914 until The 2013 Sherwood An- Born in Ohio in 1876, shortly before his death. He derson Short Story Contest is Sherwood Anderson moved togained prominence for his open, and the deadline for southwest Virginia in 1925. He originality in a new approach in submitting entries is May 31st. built his house, "Ripshin", near writing the short story. Sponsored by the Smyth-Btatld Troutdale in 1926. Late in 1927, Selections from his book, Legendary CIA agent to speak at King March 25-26 about Iranian nuclear program minor include political science, place in Kline Hall room 122 Chet Nagle, a former agenthistory and business - patti- from 1:40 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. and of the Central Intelligence Agen- cularly finance, economics, again from 4-5 p.m. On Tuesday, cy, who is routinely described as m~anagement and administration. March 26, Nagel's lecture will "a legend" bY CIA insiders will Other majors enhanced by the discuss "Can Iran's Nuclear speak at King University onminor are neuroscience, forensic Program Be Stopped Without March 25 and 26 as part of a science, physics, mathematics, War?", and will take place in Regional Library, this .event he purchased the weekly news- "Winesburg, Ohio," are found in two-month lecture series on how psychology and foreign lung- Kline Hall room 121 from 1:10 originated during the Centennial papers in Marion, "The Marion many anthologies and college to resolve the political stalemate uage. King is one of only 25 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. and again from Observance of the birth Qf the Democrat," and "The Smyth reading assignments inAmerican around the Iranian nuclear pro- schools in the nation offering 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. noted writer, Sherwood Ander- County News." He married literature, along with others of gram. The series is hosted by the this type of program on theFor more information on the son. To obtain a copy of'the Eleanor Coperlhaver of Marion his short stories. King Security and Intelligence undergraduate level, lecture series or King's Security rules, send a self-addregsed in 1933. She was a leader in the The goals of The Sherwood Studies Group (KSI), in assoc- stamped envelope to Sherwood national Y.W.C.A., traveling Anderson Short Story Contest Chet Nagle's first lecture on and Intelligence Studies pro- Anderson Short Story Contest, extensively conducting work- are to stimulate efforts in iation with the Security and In- Monday, March 25 will discuss gram, contact Dr. Joseph lt8 South Sheffey Street, shops and conferences in behalf creative writihg and to telligence Studies (SIS)program. "Would Iran Use a NuclearFitsanakis at 423.652.6014 or Marion, VA 24354. Rules .are of better conditions for women encourage a better understanding It is funded through a generous Weapon?" The lecture will take also available on the Library working in factories, and appreciation for the literary grant from the United States fXT website, If you They embarked on acultural work of Sherwood Anderson,Institute of Peace (USIP), an Russell Coun .r Pre-K and have additional questions,, please exchange voyage to South Am- who walked these hills and independent, nonpartisan federal Contact Brenda Umbarger .aterica, on February 28, 1941. valleys. The mailing addresser institution created and funded by e - tr;n'ter"a"*en re-;s*ro* one, .. or by calling Sherwood became ill, and was the Sherwood Anderson Short Congress to strengthen Amer- (276)783-2323. Ext. 228. taken to a hospital in Colon, Stow Contest is 118 South ica's capacity to promote the All elementary schools in polio, Hepatitis B, and chicken Russell County will be taking pox are required. All students are The contest has separate Panama, where he died of Shelley Street, Marion, Virginia peaceful resolution of interua- applications for the voluntary required to have a physical categories for students -1st peritonitis on March 8. His body 24354. tionalconflict. Title-l four-year-old program examination before they can through 4th, 5th through 8th, and was returned to Marion for Receive 10 "Any serious effort to resolve (Pre-K) and registering kinder- enter school. Parents are encour- 9th through 12th grades, a, col'Iege burial in Round Hill Cemetery. student category, plus an"open Anderson published some Iranian nuclear program must 2014 school year on March 28, have the child's physical prior to category for adults and graduate twenty-three books, plus hum- dogwood trees by the politicalstalematearoundthe garten students for the 2013- aged to make every effort to students, erous stories and essays in joining the Arbor take into account the national 2013 from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 the registration date, so that the character of the Iranian people a.m. It is very important that you child can be officially registered. and aspirat,!ons of the country's enroll your child for the above The physical examination LimoL rentals__,_,.._~ increase during Day Foundation leadership, said Dr. Joseph Fit- programSschools on that date so that the obtainedfrm' MCHat 213G,school,maYonlinebe prom, wending'seasons The Arbor Day Foundation is sanakis, instructor who coord- can adequately prepare your UseDMl/WebsitetdFlndSafe, Secure Transportation making it easier for everyone to inates King's Security & In- for the number of enrollees. If at you cannot attend on the given With prom and wedding the actual limousine that you celebrate the arrival of spring telligence Studies program. "As date, please call the school to port/health medical/school someone who has lived in Iran make arrangements to enroll entrance form/school entrance and has interacted with its season just around the corner, many Virginians are booking limousines. But beware: not all limo services are equal. In Vir- ginia, a limousine service must be properly licensed, insured and should meet certain safety criteria. The Virginia Department'Of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offers an online resource for customers who want to make the right choice for proms or weddings, A list of registered and insured limousine companies operating in Virginia is available ..-on DMV's website at will be renting. Also make a checklist of the following: The limousine is clean, and will comfortably and safely hold everyone in your party The vehicle is equipped with working seat belts for through planting trees. Join the Arbor Day Foundation in March 2013 and receive 10 free white flowering dogwood trees. "White flowering dogwoods will add beauty to your home throughout the year," said John Rosenow, founder and chief exe- all passengers cutive of the Arbor Day Found- . The Virginia vehicle ation. "Dogwoods are known for inspection sticker and license their showy spring flowers, plate decals are current Ask about the com- pany's insurance coverage, vehicle maintenance and driver screening programs. When renting a limousine, ask in advance if there will be any additional charges for grat- uities, vehicle cleaning, mileage and fuel costs. Do not sign a contract or make payment for a limousine until you have read the contract. It should give you exclusive use of the limousine during the entire contract period. To file a complaint about a lime service, you may contact the Office of the Attorney General's consumer protection hotline, either at (804) 786-2042 or (800) 552-9963. To file a complaint online, visit scarlet autumn foliage and red berries that attract songbirds during winter." The free trees are part of the nonprofit Foundation's Trees for America campaign. The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting between March 1 and May 31, with en- closed planting instructions. The 6- to 12-inch trees are guaranteed to .grow or they will be replaced free of charge. Arbor Day Foundation mem- bers also receive a subscription to Arbor Day, the Foundation's bimonthly publication, and The Tree Book which contains in- formation about tree planting and care. To become a member of the Foundation and receive the free trees, send a $10 contribution to "Randomly selecting a iirrio company from the phone book or :online does not guarantee the company is properly licensed br insured," said DMV Commis- sioner Richard D. Holcomb, the Governor's Highway Safety Representative. "Give, yourself some peace of mind by using our website to help you avoid those companies that could potentially put you, family members or friends in danger." >. DMV offers several tips for cgnsumers before they secure a limousine to make sure they are getting the specific vehicle they ms/mcs/mcs complaint intro. Ten Free Dogwood Trees, Arbor want. For example, ask to see asp. Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410, by March 30, 2013, or join online at ' , Place your business card,size ad in more than 65 statewide newspapers and your message will reach more than 500,000 Virgirdans, CONTACT THIS NEWSPAPER or Adnane Long, Virginia Press Services, 904-5ZT-7585 or AIRLINE BEGIN HERE Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA,approved training. Financial aid ifqualified - Housing available. Job placement assistance. SCHEV certified. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance The AKC~ reminds parents to tdat:h- their children how tS ' be~,ave around dogs. Children "~ ,~rn to treat a dog with ' eate!an~ respect will be safer and more confident around their canine pals. For more nfo~mation 88S'245-9553 Shop Morgan McClure Ford- It's the right thing to do! (276) 762-5535 people, Chet Nagle is uniquely positioned to help us appreciate the complex intricacies of this critical challenge to international Saint Paul, VA peace and security. Additiona.lly, Chet's capacity as a legendary intelligence insider guarantees that his insight on this pressing issue will be both extremely fas- cinating and highly enlight- ening." Nagle is a Naval Academy graduate, a Georgetown Law School graduate, and carrier pilot who flew on the blockade against Soviet ships during the Cuban Missile Crisis. As director your child as soon as possible, form.p_d__df or by visiting our To be eligible for the Pre-K pro- website at gram, a student must be four and years of age by September 30, clicking on "Enrollment in 2013. Students that reach their Virginia Public Schools". of Aeromaritime, Inc., and an zations against mumps, rubella, agent of the CIA, he lived and measles, German measles, who- operated abroad for over 12 opingcough, tetanus, diphtheria, fifth birthday by September 30, 2013, must enroll in kinder- garten. Kindergarten is a re- quired program for students .who are five years of. age by September 30, 2013. To register, a parent must come to the school that their child will attend and complete all necessary paperwork. Parents should bring the child's birth certificate, social security card, immunization record and a com- pleted physical examination form (MCH 213G). Immuni- All Russell County Schools will have Pre-K and Kinder- garten registration on March 28, 2013. For additional informa- tion, you may contact the school at the number listed below: Belfast Elementary School (276-880-2283) Cleveland Elementary School (276-889-6534) Copper Creek Elementary School (276-794-9306) Givens Elementary School (276-991-0001) Honaker Elementary School (276-873-6301 ) Lebanon Primary School (276-889-4507) years in a variety of places, ranging from the Sultanate Of Forest landowners retreat to Oman to Taiwan and behind the Iron Curtain in Bashkortostan, Soviet Union. the woods Prior to serving as an agent Virginia landowners can of the CIA, Nagle joined In- learn more about actively mana- ternational Security Affairs ging their forestlands during the th (ISA) as a senior Pentagon civil- 5 annual Forest Landowners which covers meals, lodging and materials, is $60 a person or $90 a couple. A commuter option is available for $30 a person or $45 a couple, for participants inn and became deeply involved Retreat. This event will be held in defense, foreign military- April 26-28 at Holiday Lake 4-H wish to make their own lodging weapon sales, and intelligence Educational Center near Appo- arrangements ..... mattox. Topics will include for- Sponsoring partners for the affairs. He later became the fun, est management planning, hard- retreat are VDOF, Virginia Co- riding publisher of The Journal wood and pine silviculture, operative Extension and the Vir- of Defense & Diplomacy, a wildlife, forest health, invasive ginia Forest Landowner Educa- geopolitical magazine, read in species and more. " tion Program. Additional support more than 20 countries. Nagle is "This program provides an is provided by the Ballyshannon a recipient of the Order of introduction to forestry and for- Fund. Oman, among several civilian est management issues for those To register online or down- and militaryhonors, new to land ownership," said load a brochure,~ wslt Nagle has also authored two Jennifer Gagnon of Virginia books. His first novel, "The Tech's Forest Landowner Educa- Woolsorter's Plague," describes tion Program. Ellen Powell of the Virginia a fictional attack on Washington Department of Forestry said, by Iranian terrorists using bid- "The Appomattox-Buckingham logical weapons. His second State Forest is our interactive book, "The Iran Covenant," is a 'classroom' to get participants fact-based novel about Iran's nuclear weapons program. King's new minor in Security and Intelligence Studies provides students with the opportunity to explore hot-button topics in several classes covering themes such as espionage and intelli- gence, international terrorism, the Cold War, covert action, and geopolitics. Career paths where a minor in SIS is beneficial in- clude jobs in government, military, diplomacy, scientific research, or intelligence. Areas of study complemented by a SIS fully engaged in learning. The weekend retreat format enables people to talk with other land- owners as well as experts in the field." The cost for the retreat, Coffee Time at The deadline to register is April 12. For more information, con- tact Jennifer Gagnon at 540.231.6391 or Persons with disabilities who desire any as- sistive devices, services or other accommodations to participate in this activity may also contact Jennifer during the hours of 8 am to 5 pm to discuss accommo- dations, no later than April 12. *TDD number is 800.828,1120. !Check out what a CAREER with AT&T can do for you Library Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library will host Coffee Time for all area senior citizens. Seniors are invited to stop by the library from 10:.00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and have a cup of coffee, tea, cider, or hot chocolate and light refreshments. Visit with your friends, talk about the news going on in the area, read the local newspapers or browse through our magazine selections. Make plans to come by the library each Wednesday for coffee and conversation. For more information contact the library at 276-762-9702. CVTimes Deadlines: Editorial copy birthdays, anniversaries, press releases, calendar items, weddings, etc.) 4 p.m. Monday Advertising (classified and display) 12 noon Tuesday Visit the job fair to learn of training opportunities designed to prepare you for a job in the telecommunications industry. Training in basic computer operations customer service interviewing skills and much more at the Southwest Virginia Technology Development Center. ,> I