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The Garden Leslie Price Shaver limil)lBm mini thought I'd share some of my foliage, delicate inotead of showy. It flowers with you :~ this col- has a lot to say about love. now that gardening season ~s Delphinium -- Btue queens of full gear. I'm sure you have your the perennial border, tall and regat favorites. Maybe they are with dramatic shades of blue and like mine less on hardiness violet ihe stems are so heavy with Ionglastingness than on senti- Whatever the reasons, following flowers always speak 'me, always evoke my response. 0me are aristocrats and some Morning Glory -- Maybe the that it's named so well is what me to favor this indescriba- blue vine. By mid-July it witl in profusion and climb ram- over trellis or bank. The flow- Only last a day, closing by night But all is not lost. Come morning will be blooms to take tiqe~r Sweet William -- It's an early and it reseeds itself, but that mean Vm bound to like it as as I do. Perhaps it's the range that appeal to me so much the ~alest white to the deepest and all shades of pink in etween. One plant sends up of distinctly shaded heads. blooms last a long hme in or in a vase. l]leeding Heart -- I think it's the the heart shaped bells droop m their arching stems that makes this flower whether white or It comes early in the season Is gone when most of the per- are just getting started. Its are mostly hidden by larger flowers that wind and rain can knock ti~em over. Try to remember to stake them; but if you don't, just put the stems in a tall, slim vase for a spec tacular arrangement. Daisies -- Just the regular field daisy wiii oo. What is more delightful on a late June afternoon than to walk into a field with more daisies than you can pick. Pick until you are flied and you will have a perky white bouquet of the simplest, purest flower in the world. Lavender -- The bloom is rather miniscule. That is not the point. The fragrance will make you heady -- ~t is clean and exotic at once. Stick a couple of sprigs under your pillow in the morning and when you lie down that night all your thoughts will be sweet ones as you drift off to sleep. t think I will continue this list in my next column, which will be as unscientific as this one. My dislike of marigolds and gladiolus is not based on anything important. I don't like the metal smell of marigolds or their lack of nuance. Gladiolus remind me of stiff dinner parties where no one means anything they say. I haven't a clue as to why. But what's the point in writing about flowers I don't like when there are so many I do. Yes, t will continue next week with my pet flower list. The newly created Property Vaiu- Training and Procedures Cam- held its first meeting in Mar- last week. The Commis- ~n, Comprised of State and local officials and citizen discussed matters rang- from the hiring of personnel at offices to training of as- and their staffs. The Cam- also discussed reappraisal ans that will form the basis for the ing reappraisal in each county Virginia over the next few The Commission has been es- )lished to advance property tax in West Virginia. Ti~e law creating the Commission county assessors to per- their own reappraisals of prop- in their counties, concentrating residential and commercial prop The State Tax Division has responsibility for reappraising resource, industrial and pub- utility properties. The Property Training and Procedures will establish standards training, planning of the process. n Chairman Charles -oresen stated "The objective of new reappraisal is to move as- in each county to sixty cent of current market value Ihree ,ears." Mr Lorensen fur- that the recent state- reappraisal will not be imple- under the legislation and the reappraisal to begin no later July 1, 1991. legislation signals a major in property tax administra- In West Virginia. "This Commis- Will play a significant role in as- that meaningful reform to the tax assessment system in Virginia will be implemented," 3resen said. "It is clear from rst meeting the Commission Js ISiastic about openly address- Challenge to make property reform in this State work." E "SAM" FIXTER Certified Massage Therapist Specializing In Relo.vation Puin Relief Stress Management [the office of Dr. William Lemley 1~ E. Washington St. Lewisburg By Appointment. 645-1174 Affordable care in a p~ofessionai, qv~ron menL All That Glitters The Mountain Mes:enger, Thursday, June 21, 1990 5A Is Gold! Guidance For NveW Business The West Virginia Day birthday party June 20 was a "golden" cele- the Small Business Develop- g ent on Thursday, June 28, | { ~lvu ~ ,~,uuu | at the Job Service Office, 299 East | ....~n~t,.~:/ ..... | bration with the unveiling of the ment Center Division of the Office of I ~=~n~:/~" ! Community and Industrial Develop- Edgar Avenue, Ronceverte. ~:'~ newly gilded top half of the Capitol ment wilt furnish guidance for per- dome. The upper portion of the sons considering going into a small Indiv,dual client conferences will | ~:::~,/l_,,7,_~,.j~,)/l | dome was covered for the past sev- business or who are encountering be conducted from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. | ~'-r i -,J I ~"'r | erat months while workers applied problems in an existing business or For appointments or additional infor- | 122 North Cour, Street| the gold leaf might be interested in information on marion, contact the Job Service Of- | Lewisburg, 24901 | Governor Gaston Caperton and how to sol! to the We~t Virginia state rice at 647-7415. First Lady Rachael Worby hosted a party on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion in celebration of the State's 127th birthday. Larry Grace, the host of the Pub- lic Radio program, "Mountain Stage," emceed the day's festivities. Mr Grace, has written and recorded 20 albums and has appeared and performed with several musical star, including Martin Mull, Mickey Mouse, Barry Manilow and Dick Clark. Southern Mix, a West Virginia country band performed, and buck- skin-clad mountain men carrying tomahawks and knives gave muz- zleloaded gun demonstrations and told mountain survival tales to the crowd. Clowns were on hand to entertain the children and offered free face painting. Birthday cupcakes and lemonade were served free of charge. Disabled Workers May Now Have Higher Earnings The Commission will meet again July 10 in Parkersburg. $100 Grand Grant For Job Training Governor Gaston Caperton an- nounced today that an additional $tOO,OO0 in federal job training money has been awarded to the West Virginia Building and Con- struction Trades Council, AFL-CIO. The funds, made availabie through the Job Training Partnersb p Act, "will be used to sponsor job training programs and related sup- port services for workers who have been or are about to be laid off as a result of technological change, for- eign competition, or the permanent closing of a plant of business. The state's economically disadvantaged citizens as well as those faced with serious barriers to employment will also be served under this program," Governor Caperton said. The Employment and Training Division of the Governor's Office of Community and Industrial Develop- ment wilt administer resulting job training programs in cooperation with local private industry councils and state agencies. Funding is pro- Disabled Social Security benefici- aries who receive benefits may work at higher earnings levels now with- out risk of losing their disability benefits, Roger B. Evans, Social Security manager in Covington, said changes in Social Security regula- tions which became effective this year raised the monthly earnings amount which counts in a "trial work period" from $75 to $200. A trial work period is a nine-mdrITh period during which a disabled person can test returning to work without a loss of benefits. For self-employed people, the work hours that count for a trial work period increased from 15 to 40 hours per month. At the end of a trial work period, work activity is evaluated and a determination is made of the person's ability to con- tinue working. If a person's earnings level is considered "substantial gain- ful activity have increased from $300 to $500 a month. ("[he monthly earnings limit for the blind is $780). "This change means a significant expansion of the opportunities avail- able to disabled people who wish to return to work," according to Mr Evans. 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