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l)age 2 CLINCH VALLEY TIMES, St. Paul, VA, Thursday, July 18, 2013 I Of shoes..and ships..and sealing WaXooby Ann Young Gregory comes complete with beauty contest, a fabulous Reprinted from August 8, 1974 midway with all the latest rides, and a complete exhibit department with everything from appliqu6 to If you've been to New York, chances are you've zucchini. The Horse Show this year will award over seen a good many more of the "sights" there than $4,000 in prizes and trophies, and applications have people who've lived in the shadow of the Empire been received from five states. The Fair's Art Exhibit State Building all their lives. The same goes for is open to both amateur and professional area artists, tourist attractions in any other place-most of the and is well worth visiting. Special programs will be people who see them come from other places, presented each night of the fair by a variety of stars Just as a "for instance", have you seen "The Trail such as Jack Greene, Jeannie Seely and Clay Hart. of the Lonesome Pine", Earl Hobson Smith's play The Beauty Pageant will be he.ld Tuesday night, Aug. based on the John Fox, Jr, novel, produced each 13, and although the official Fair program doesn't list summer in Big Stone Gap? It's playing now at the St. Paul entries, the five finalists from the Miss St. June Tolliver Outdoor Theater every Thursday, Friday Paul Pageant will compete for the title along with and Saturday at 8:30 PM. girls from Coeburn, Norton, Wise, Appalachia, Pound Have you been to the Virginia Highlands Festival and Whitesburg, Kentucky. in Abingdon yet? It began last Thursday and If your plans for the Labor Day weekend aren't continues through Thursday, Aug. 15. Featured complete, consider the Cumberland Gap Jubilee, a between now and the end of the Festival will be crafts three-day affair to be held August 31 through demonstrations, special events at Barter Theatre, an September 2 on the campus of Lincoln Memorial Antique Car Show and Flea Market, a Chicken University at Harrogate, Tennessee. It will be a Barbecue, Bluegrass music, a pet show, Land of Oz festival of mountain arts, music, crafts, theater, visual and Lakeside characters, art shows and sale, a dance arts and educational workshops, and is sponsored by company, and many other events. This is one of the the National Endowment for the Arts. The advance outstanding events of its kind held in the country, publicity sounds very good. Starting Monday, August 12, and continuing All these events are within easy driving distance, through Saturday, the 17 th, is the 61 st annual Virginia- and are the things that tourists in our area visit and Kentucky District Fair and Horse Show in Wise. This enjoy. Seems to me we're all missing a good bet if we is traditionally an old-fashioned county fair which has pass up these events just because they're in our own grown to include several counties in Kentucky, and backyards. I I' Letters to the editor.. I Readers are invited to write They are either not know- turn the TV off, and then close moon, stars, and the never- letters on matters of general iedgeable in God's word, or are your eyes, sit back, take a few ending universe. Everything you interest to the public. Letters defying God. deep breathes, and relax for a see before you, stands, on God's The Holy Bible shows what few minutes without thinking. Word. do not necessarily reflect the happened to nations who dared Then believe the Bible truth God wants us to love him, philosophy or editorial to defy God, or that got so that there is a living God, our obey him and serve him, in policy of this newspaper, morally depraved that God Creator, who created everything return for the" life he has given which reserves the right to finally destroyed them. that was created and' made, us. To get to know God, read the edit letters. The Clinch So we need to admit that including you, and that He loves Word of God, the Holy Bible,. Valley Times Will not print America is morally and spirit- you. from beginning to end. unsigned letters, ually corrupt, and that it is time On a clear night, go outside Manuel Ybarra, Jr. to turn back to God. A_sa start, where it is dark and look at the Coalgate, Okla. To the Editor, A Letter to America America is headed straight towards destruction. And this destruction will come as a judg- ment from God. This judgment can only be averted if we seek God and turn ourselves and our country around. Responsibility for the ungod- liness which now prevails in our great country belongs to each one of us. But why me, you are probably thinking, to yourself. Because God says so! You see, God is going to hold us respon- sible for everything. For what we have done and for what we failed to do. In the Word of God (the Holy Bible) it says, "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his com- mandments; for this is the whole duty of man" (Ecclesiastes 12:13). We failed our duty in many different ways! We stood by as our nation was being corrupted and pervert- ed, and we let ungodliness seep into every aspect of our lives. Everything which God considers abomination is now acceptable in America Some of our political leaders now brazenly support things which God Almighty called wicked and abominable. Governor McDonnell announces partnership between DMV, VDH to provide greater citizen access to vital records i -Legislation Authorizes DMV to Begin issuing Birth Certificates Next Year-   Governor Bob McDonnell outstanding service to citizens," announced the partnership said Senator Newman. "My bill between the Virginia Department increases the number of outlets of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and for Virginians to securely access " the Virginia Department of those services. We want to make Health (VDH) allowing DMV to sure that these vital records, issue birth certificates at its which are held in Richmond, are customer service centers begin- available to the public as easily ning March 1, 2014. Beginning as possible." January 1, 2015, DMV is Customers will still be able authorized to issue certified to obtain documents from the copies of all death, marriage and VDH Division of Vital Records divorce records. The partnership office in Richmond, or by order- stems from Senator Steve ing online for delivery through Newman's (R-Lynchburg) vital the mail. The new partnershi p records bill passed during the will make paper birth certificates 2013 General Assembly session, from 1912 onward available at The partnership was formally all 75 DMV customer service announced by Senator Newman, centers throughout the state State Health Commissioner Dr. beginning March 1, 2014. Cynthia Romero and DMV "With over 9,000 people Commissioner Richard D. stopping by our Richmond office Holcomb during an event at the each month, it is clear that Lynchburg DMV Customer Virginians are taking advantage Service Center. of walk,in vital records "This partnership will make services," said State Health it easier for Virginians to do Commissioner Cynthia Romero. business with the Common- "We're excited to partner with wealth by streamlining access to DMV to offer the same services vital records," said Governor in locations throughout the i: McDonnell. "It is a great state." example of government working VDH and DMV have already ,i , better for its citizens." laid the groundwork for issuing i "VDH Vital Records and vital records by joining the DMV are already providing multi-state Electronic Verifi- i 2nO Annual Cooks andBooks cHS COACHES ! set for July 20 (Continued from page l) i " Friends of J. Fred Matthews the lead if that type of game i Memorial Library and St. Paul presents itself. ! Tomorrow are hosting the see- Funk was a tough competitor i ond annual Cooks and Books during his playing days and will :- event, on Saturday, July 20, from bring that type of hard work and ! 6-8 pm, at the Farmers Market the desire to compete at the- ! Pavilion on Market Square in higher level to his team at CHS. ii downtown St. Paul. This fund- He wants to work hard to get his raiser will help support library team back in the top part of the : programs and local revitalization region Group A competition. : projects. Area eateries and On the basketball side Mark wineries will have samples for !i tastings while you visit with well Dockery brings to the table an known regional authors who will excellent playing career at Twin have books for sale. The Silent Springs and King College. But Auction will offer crafts, books, this is his first coaching job. gift certificates, and other "' Mark said on Monday that he goodies for bidding, was eager to get started. He said The author lineup includes that he has met with the team Joe Tennis, Kathy Shearer, Gary and their parents and talked with Vamer, Rebecca Elswick and them. Katie Meade. Mountain Rose Dockery, who played for Vineyard and Coltsfoot Winery John McCreary at Twin Springs will offer tastings of a variety of special fundraising event, or and George Pitts at King, both wines. Food samples will be other library programs, please old school coaches, who de- : offered by the Lyttle Farm of call 276.762.9702. minded discipline and hard i Copper Ridge, Sue Blevins " Catering, The Riverside Diner, drive work El Palenque Mexican Restaurant Blood In describing his style of and Stephen Gilbert, Executive play, Dockery said it would be Ballroom.'" 7 ] t up tempo on offense with the Chef atTheAdvanceVirginiatickets are $20, and scheduled for 1 8 players taking the first best shot be it a three or a close in shot. $25 day of the event. Tickets ! may be purchased at Bailey The Marsh Regional Blood On defense his team will run Hardware or C.R. Pate & Co. in Center has scheduled a blood a disciplined pressing style. He i St. Paul; 'Will Call' tickets drive on Thursday, July 18 at quickly pointed out that a online at Morgan McClure Castlewood pressing team could foul a lot, www.stpaulfriendsofthelibrarv.w from 10 am until 1 pm and at St. but he wants a disciplined style ordpress.com or on Facebook - Paul Food City from 3 pm until 6 that makes the steal or causes a i i Friends of J. Fred Matthews pm. turnover but does not get his i Memorial Library, St. Paul. There is a weekly drawing for players in foul trouble. For more information on this a $100 gift card. cation of Vital Events (EVVE) network, developed and imple- mented by the National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems (NAPHSIS). Through EVVE, Virginia DMV can certify a customer's birth record through databases in 31 states, including Virginia. The trans- action takes place while the customer is at the counter and prevents eligible customers from being turned away only to return another day with a paper record to complete their DMV business. "We have already been able to verify more than 4,400 birth records for our customers, nearly 3,000 of which were Virginia birth records," said DMV Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb. "These are customers who previously would have been turned away from DMV until they could produce a paper birth certificate. We are excited to offer this service, and our customers are appreciative." The cost to the customer for EVVE certification of a Virginia birth record is $14. The other participating states set their own fees, which vary from state to state. He also pointed out that his up tempo style did not mean that the post player would not get many shots, rather that all players would be working hard to get in their right position so that any player open could get a good shot. Dockery realizes that he is taking a job that has a long tradition of getting to the playoffs on the state level. He is confident that he and his team will continue in that tradition. Have a used car? Donate your used vehicle to the National Kidney Foundation serving Virginia's Kidney Cars program and you can join the fight against kidney disease. Your vehicle donation will support the many prevention programs and direct patient services offered throughout Virginia that are en- hancing the lives of people with, and at risk for, kidney disease. In addition, your contribution can earn you a tax deduction. The National Kidney Foundation will pick up any used vehicle, motor- cycle or boat--in almost any condition--from any roadside or parking lot free of charge. Call 800-488-CARS or visit www.kidnevcars.org. Fresh air for brain health Gardening has long 'been reviews of what to plant again known as a great way to get and what to forego. Notes writ- outdoors and enjoy fresh air and ten by hand or typed on your sunshine. And gardening has computer will also give you hidden benefits that can boost another benefit. When you keep your overall health including track of your gardening accom- better brain health, plishments, you're apt to better You don't need a big plot of remember the details. land to enjoy gardening. Use And what's more, you'll be containers on .a porch or patio to boosting your brain health by grow a wide variety of fruits or sharpening your memory and vegetables. A five-gallon bucket recall skills. with holes for drainage can be Mood Booster used to grow a great crop of Gardening has proven to be a tomatoes, good way to change your mood Even if you aren't actively for the better. involved in gardening, just A Norwegian study followed walking in a garden can give you participants with mood disorders. a sensory experience that pro- who spent six hours a week motes relaxation and reduces growing flowers and vegetables. stress. After three months, half of Here are ,several ways the participants had experienced gardening boosts your health and a measurable improvement in" well-being, their depression symptoms. Even Low Impact Exercise after they stopped gardening, Gardeners love to get out- their good moods continued doors and work with their hands, three months after the gardening Because of that, gardening keeps experiment was over. you exercising even when a gym Eat Fresh may not work for you. Growing your own food has Gardening is certainly not the obvious benefit of being able the same as pumping iron or to enjoy fresh fruits and running a marathon. But when vegetables. Several studies have you are digging, planting, and shown that people who garden doing other tasks you have eat more fresh fruits and opportunities for low impact vegetables than people who exercise, don't have home gardens. Gardeners who do more phy- Growing your own garden sical work like hauling wheel- also gives you the convenience barrows of rocks or dirt get quite of trying new things. You may a workout, not buy arugula at the grocery No matter what level of store but now that you're having exercise you do, gardening will success with it at home, it help keep you limber, stretches your thinking-what else Stress Reduetion could you plant that you've When you walk among never thought about before? beautiful flowers and watch Make Room for Executive vegetables spring up, iVs easy to Function see why gardening enriches the Gardening, like many a.cti- mind. But have you thought vities, can be good for you once about gardening as a tonic for you get going, but sometimes we reducing stress? If not, you all need extra motivation to should. A recent study in the accomplish our goals. Netherlands suggests that gar- Don't blame your willpower dening can fight stress even for not getting outside and better than other relaxing leisure gardening. Instead, research has activities, found that if you have poor Participants in the study executive decision, you may not either read indoors or gardened stick to goals compared to for 30 minutes. Afterward, the people with excellent executive group that gardened reported functions. being in a better mood than the Execution function includes reading group, and they also had such things as planning and be- lower levels of the stress ing able to thoroughly consider hormone cortisol, options in front of you, it also Most of us push ourselves to includes having a prospective the max, but gardening really memory. That is defined as does make you slow down and having a sharper recal ! ability to literally smell the roses. ..... remember to do things or say no Traeking Your to other things like becoming Accomplishments sedentary instead of getting Gardeners love to keep exercise. records. It would be difficult to The message is clear. When remember from year to year you take care of your brain what plants did well and those health you will have better that didn't thrive in specific willpower. Cognitive perform- locations, under what conditions, ance, memory and willpower go and especially if you have a hand-in-hand. large vegetable, fruit and flower The great outdoors is yours garden. That's why gardeners love to to enjoy and with the added keep-photos of what they support of great nutrition and planted, before and after shots, executive function, you're on and notes about their garden's your way to better brain health. Mark Underwood is a progress. Since it would be .neuroscience research, president difficult to remember every and co-founder of Quincy detail of last year's garden when Bioscience, a biotech company you get ready to plant again this located in Madison, Wisconsin. year, a photo journal along with www.quincybioscience.com. written records can make you a more effective and efficient ......... gardener. Those journals are handy Clinch Wise County Valley Sheriff's Report Times The Wise County Sheriff's MEMBER Office reports the following VIRGINIA PRESS ASSOCIATION activities for the period I of 7/01/2013 through 7/07/2013. Published weekly in St. Paul, Wise Central Dispatch received a : VA 24283, by the CLINCH total of 1632 calls for this seven- VALLEY PUBLISHING day period. Of the total calls ,!CO., INC. received 303 were dispatched to the Sheriff's Office. Total The Clinch Valley Times number of Domestic calls for this serves the four-county area of period was 9. Criminal Process Wise, Russell, Dickenson and for the same period served 21 Scott, with offices and plant Felony Warrants, 51 Misde- located in the CLINCH meanor Warrants, 0 DUI Arrest VALLEY TIMES building, and worked 6 Traffic Accident. 16541 Russell Street. Perio- Civil process for this period dicals postage is paid at the served 226 Civil Papers. During Post Office in St. Paul, VA this seven-day period 14 24283, additional Criminal Investi- Ann Young Gregory Editor gations were initiated and 27 were cleared by arrest. The AIien Gregory Advertising Sheriff's Office provided 72 'Susan Trent Adv./Graphics man-hours of Court Room Security for the three courts and ANNUAl. SUBSCRIPTIONS: the courthouse. In advance: $28.50 in Wise and The Sheriff's Office tran- Russell counties; $30.00 in other sported 1 adult in state, 1 adult .24- zip eod; elsewhere, $32.50. out of state, 6 mental patient, and 0 juveniles for a total of 8 POSTMAsTER: send address transports, involving 33 hours, changes to: Clinch Valley Time The Sheriff'sOfficeunlocked P.O. Box 817, St. Paul. VA 18 vehicles and escorted 9 24283 funerals during this seven-day period. SINGI,E COl)Y- 50e Clm,si fled Advertising: Minimum charge, $6.00 for up to 20 word in advance; 25c per word after 20 words. Display Advertising rates on application. 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