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, C t 29, 1982Page 6 Dd Richard Floyd Barkley Richard Floyd Barkley, 56, of Hagerstown, Mary- land, and formerly of Hut- tonsville, died Wednesday, July 21, 1982, at his home, Following an extended ill. hess. .- He was born June 27, i926, at Durbin, a son of the late Floyd P. Barldey ,and Virgie Rexrode Bark- "!ey who survives at Hag- .... :rstown. Surviving in addition to his mother, are three sons, Charles Barkley, Silver Spring, Maryland, Michael J. Barkley, Frederick, Maryland, and Edward Barkley, Hagerstown, Maryland; one sister, Beu- :lah Boore,. Hagerstown; two brothers, Lee Barkley, Winter Haven, Florida, and Harry W. Barkley, Front Royal, Virginia; and three grandchildren. One son, Richard Floyd Barkley, Jr., preceded him in death. Mr. Barkley retired in 1980 from Fairchild Indus- trial in Hagerstown. For a number of years he had Worked at a lumber fa- cility in Dailey. He was a member of the Morris Frock Post 92 of the :<American Legion and the • Am Vets, both in Hagers- town. He was also a mere- : ber of the Washington : Square United Methodist : Church at Hagerstown. Funeral services were : held in the Rest Haven Funeral Home, at Hagers- : town on Saturday at 2 p. . m., by the Rev. A. D. Tice. Interment was in the Rest :Haven Cemetery. Grave- side rites were conducted by American Legion Post No. 92. Mrs. Euna Barkley, Ricky and Vicky, of Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Barkley, of Winter Haven, Florida, attended the fu- neral of Richard Barkley in Hagerstown, Maryland. Birth Mr. and Mrs. James Workman, IV, of Moores- ville, North Carolina, are the proud parents of a son, James Andrew, born July 8, 1892, weighing seven pounds and ten ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Workman, of Mooresville, North Carolina and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hathcock, of Char- lotte, North Carolina. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Workman, of Hillsboro, Mrs. Audrey Bethny, of Mooresville, North Caro- lina, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hathcock, of Albemarle, North Carolina, and Mr. and Mrs. Orbie Simmons, of Mt. Airy, North Caro- lina. Of the American Sojourn Sylvan prize of Ancient Europe, of the ]ands of England, Spain- New world marked for exploitation By the greedy monarch's reign Indians, first, did trust the white men Sure that all could fairly thrive Quite unaware of Darwin's Dictum That the fittest would survive Trust to hate, the fated outcome In full disdain of the Indian's Right White men moved to forge a nation Challenged in their wily might Then the break with Mother England Ne'er to heed her rule no more Swift the rebels, bold revolted Down from Concord came the war Now, to reckon, this great country Of the brave and of the free In time's long annals stands Recorded as the finest yet to be Just beginning, with new freedom Prepared to face the coming age Her far.flung glories will be emblazoned On future history's every page Still a haunting sadness lingers Guilt before their shattered soul By our brash, abrupt ascendance Red men paid an awesome toll Indian brother, we salute you, And wisdom bids us humbly say That your symbiotic culture ma be nature's chosen way -- Ken Cottrell Potato" Fruit" Agriculture Commis- sioner Gus R. Douglass reports that he and his staff I. O. O. F. Lodge #386 Lobelia Lodge met Sat- urday night July 24, 1982, to install new officers for the coming term. District Deputy Grand Master Mi* chael Moses Dist. #20 of Ronceverte installed the following: The outgoing Noble Grand John LaRue, was given his vast Grand always mature, and they Pin and Obligation of his are not particularly rare. A new rank. Noble Grand few occur in each potato Michael Hively, Vice Grand patch each year. Bobby Pace, Chaplain Frank Shreves, John Lmque Right Supporter to Noble Grand, John Moore, Jr., Left Supporter to Noble i i Grand, Harry Holsopple Musician, Johnnie Hill con- : ductor, Bobby Baxter Right :! Supporter to Vice Grand, Tom Lewis Warden, Inside : Guardian Delbert Lewis. ::::Also present-from visit- "ing:lodges was Hugh LOn- doree of Ronceverte Lodge. have been receiving a lot of calls regarding the small, round green, tomato-like ..... ----- fruit produced on potato plants. Douglass says that these are the fruits of the potato and contain up to 300 potato seeds. They don't Do ugss warns that one shouldn t eat these fruits. Although it would prob- ably take several to cause actual poisoning, he says they do contain selanine, which also occurs in the vines. He suggested that the fruit be removed from the plants if it is feared that small children will be tempted to taste them. West Virginia Writers, Inc. - ....... e w asnmgmn rost West Virginia Writers. This poem sent in by while earnings per share From Th^ n'--'- ..... • were mesecona mgnest m Jul- 15 1 °Qq Inc., the statewide alliance Harry Owin, was found in a th ' • J ' of writers and literary or-Las Vegas paper, e Company s history for Taken from Feature Article these periods, by Athelia Knight and ganizations, has officially Second quarter earnings Benjamin L. Weiser announced the winners of Makes no difference where surged to 70 cents per its First Annual West Vir- I wander STREET COPS share, up 35% from 52 ginia Writers Awards Con-And no matter where I cents a year ago, on 3% test. The judging for the roam more average common Sgt. Claude Malcomb, Where I wandered through shares outstanding. Mid- known as Cowboy, keeps contest was done by a panel the wildwood of six out of state pro- Continent's net income in- the drug crowds guessing. fessional jurors and was Ah, those days I do recall creased 31% to $9,616,000 He caught this suspect done on a "blind-basis"; Fondestchildhoodmemories of my from $7,319,000 in the sec- completely off guard. that is none of the contest ond quarter last year. submissions carried the West Virginia in the fall For the first half of 1982, names of their authors in The autumn sun so bright- Mid-Continent earned Steve is the son of Mrs. order that the judging be ly shining $1.29 per share, 25% above Fayree Malcomb, of Mar- purely on the merit of the In the blue sky overhead entry. Over 600 submis- And the hills ablaze with last year. Net income of Malcomb, and husband of sions, representing 51 of the state's 55 counties, were received. Winning submissions came from 20 different West Virginia counties. Included among the win- ners was Doris Henderson, of Green Bank, who re- ceived an Honorable Men- tion in the novel category. the 1.03 for the same period linten, and the late Claude color with their yellow, $17,822,000 was up 23% Pauline Galford Malcomb, gold and red from $14,459,000 in the of Slatyfork. And the haze of Indian first half of 1981. Revenues summer of $156,015,000 were up Likf a mantle over all 15% from $135,282,000 in Loveliest spot beneath the the comparable period last heavens year. West Virginia in the fall For the 12 months ended Nature is a master painter June 30, 1982, earnings per And she paints such lovely share, net income and rev- Crime-Fighting Theater in Arts and Crafts Festival The 18th annual Appa- lachian Arts & Crafts Fes- tival will be presented at the Raleigh County Armory-Civic Center in Becldey, on August 27, 28, 29. This event is coor- dinated by the Beckley- Raleigh County Chamber of Commerce and aims to preserve the arts and crafts heritage of the entire Ap- palachian Region. Over 100 exhibitors from the region will display their wares and demonstrate their skills. Featured are scenes enues also showed signif- and Benjamin L Weiser mid nothing, anticrime theater the 00'se w,oasrrw, "l find you guilty," Co,my addict s AndcolorshOW she blends the icant gains over the same Three officem ordered the ram- mid. "I want you out of the ares." who spill period last year. EarningS ec t to All the reds and golds and of $2.71 per share were up imt spread his arms and But one picture that she a year ago. Net income also im and pulled a dozen syringes painted increased 16% torom his pocket. One took the Every viewer does enthrall $ 3 7,13 2,0 0 0 f r o mlles and began snapping them Masterpiece of all creation $32 074 000 in the corn ........... West Viradnia in the fsll _,_, '.',.'2 ...... ,'n na, aropp,ng tnem .m me ,,n___ ,-]_%:-; . . ame lblOl peSOO, White rev-zoun d .n hv n, when 1 join nat greaz enu--_, o.n,, ... ^^^ , -- -j v... ., o. e uI*ou/,AAa,UUU were ,,,,1_. • _ ..,, .t_ -- nerearmr un ]. f,, tor, a qo n, t ms  yore' ram, anoumr o. When I hear the angels a year earlier. er said. How do you plead? PAIW $ call To that lan':of love and Telephone Utilities of W. The voice was that of Sgt. " laughter, Eternal haven f6r us all Over Heaven's space I'll wander Be it great or be it small onto 14th Street. Cowboy performnce cr/minah with a into the future, their they continue to break the 3rd District. " "The theater h 8o Lt. Ronald 35-member drug many crafts ranging from 'Til I find a place up applebutter making to yonder blacksmithing. Live enter-.Like West Virginia in the tainment is provided fail throughout the Festival as well as many foods which are prepared in the tradi- tional Appalachian way. The Festival features two "shows within a show" with the Art Exhibit which is sponsored by the Beck- ley Art Group and the Quilt Show which is sponsored by the Homemakers Council of Raleigh County Extension Services. Each of these shows is professionally judged and exhibits are for sale. mtmicated to Va. is one of the subsid-laude S. Ms]comb, otherwim Cowboy b a formidable force a psychological iaries of Mid-Continent. mown as Cowboy. and is meant to be. He is one of The man turned and looked up the most effective players in the (. ,-#, In the fall of 1980, after Deputy Catoe took command at 3-D, he asked his Mid-Continent Telephone Corporation Mid-Continent Tele- phone Corporation reported last week that earnings per share, net income and revenues for the periods ended June 30, 1982, were substantially higher than results of a year ago. Second quarter and first half revenues and net in- come set record levels, Only $8,000 Needed • " • TO  MAR MIDDLE SCHOOl_ MUSIC OUILDING Donate NOW! Governor Rockefeller [who just pm one o; Agnes McCloud's home grown cucum- bers in his mouth], with Mrs. MeCloud, left, and Mabel Galford, County Senior Citizen Director, right. PLANNING TO BUILD A HOUSE OR BUY A MOBILE HOME? PLEASE (00ALL US Your new electric service connection may take several weeks advance notice. New residential service often requires time for engineering the job, securing right-of-way, obtaining the necessary materials, scheduling, and of course, actually doing the work. It can also involve the addition of a new pole, transformer, or other changes in our distribution system. So, if you are planning to build a house or to buy a mobile home, please call your nearest Monongahela office as soon as possible. Thi will help us to provide electric service when you need it. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System qT00V 'P2 develop a plan to disperse the Catoe sai& "We aren't getting more me getting new laws. We are faced with a k the community is totally unhappy with/ Canfield needed someone to member Burbank unit. His choice was t ative as the plan itself:, a uniformed - (:aude Malcomb.  he key to Cowboy's success is that be I - ple guessing. Sometimes he stare and then calmly my hello. Other times, m suspected junkie if he is holding drugs, la him to find out. He might pick out rest him for a minor infraction. Cowboy just mentions him a lot lately. ' "It's a game," says Cowy. Other omcem halp build up his threaten to call in the Cow)e if the them trouble. He has become so legenda.  f Washingt pushe.n have named a after him. Cowboy is now so feared r allegedly placed a ol Many junkies and pushers believe the has a special seine for detecting who is rd kngm@ for pemessing drugs. Much r boy often is tipped off by one of his  i the dr tmmactions flm a nead s *'Nobody scares the Cowboy," mtid a wreaks havoc." w ne night last February, there were n men and women on the corner of a when Cowboy pulled his cruiser to the curi i He glanced up and three men vndked  k..n ot 00itm, he rsar00 d] Domm more heeded north on the 14th , he got out of the car, 00eveml | tie's, s carryout mar.the corner. A couple00 down W SU00. Two jaywa00ed acro= the s00J! Nic Cowboy stuck.00 hands in his front0000 followed the last few stragglers up 14th.  i( le. o. In abput,30mconch, hehMdeared the. {)W hm presence contimm, certw y  U-. able. It is vit&l that he keep his word.. -. J_lt when a 9-year-okl neighborhood boy mn v. pickup handful, andcameup  |0 .him to Children s Hmpital. It was just string of *uch incidents. She has td@  2 ammonia and Clorox in her hallway ,.__ to k to make it an uncomfortable place for tl W II II II "]'he major00 of ",,he peop00 thank comb," she mid. 'They say, 'cowboy is can go out and daim our stepe now.," " !. SO llmm I1!