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t Airport2AThe Mountain.. oMeSsenger' Tuesday, February 6, 1990 II Trains . . i '1[ Continued from pg. 1-A IContinued from pg. 1-A Deeds Dan,el Lee Lon g vs. S~than Wl David S. and Betty G. Long toHoke Long tour tea( Fixture Company is the parent com- Mrs LaRoccosaid she would be~,eryfriendly people, hookups.At these rate a jaunt to Thomas H. and Debbie Ann Long, pany of Maxwelton Manufacturingdoing some further consultation be- A dressing table, chair, and ward- _ Burton Ripley vs. Geral~nroe Company and filed for Chapter 11 fore deciding whether to pursue the robe complete the furnishings in this ! lots, City of Ronceverte, parent to Ford Motor Credit Co~red~ awa~ Mark W Carter m Pro' bankruptcy December 26. The com- Maxwelton plant further, seven by eight foot "stateroom". child . j pany still has an outstanding state Combustion Engineering Vice A tiny door admits you to the ad- Catherine A. Coleman to Cath-Sterling Merchandise, est Vi loan on the building and 30 remain- President of Operations Glenn jacent bath complete with shower erine A. Coleman, .19 acre, City of Jewelers vs. David D. Mill.~rleston ing years on its 35-year land lease Camp and Vice President of Engi- and tub, toilet and basin --all con- Lewisburg, correction deed Tommy Joe Ford vs. /~nts are I: from the Airport Authority. neering Jerry Clemons were at the tained in a space a little over three Jonathan C. and Marta E. Miner Power Company, a Corpo~ers on The state currently has a deed of meeting to express interest in leas- by seven feet. to Richard C. and Lisa A. Taylor, John Brown Harris, Inc., a~vative I: ing the Maxwelton site for the pro- On down the corridor, you pass Mr W. F. Kenney. It was subse- 11,800 sq. ft., Lewisburg Municipal- ginia Corporation trust against the equipment and building from an Economic Develop- ment Authority (EDA) loan of $350,000 secured by Maxwelton Manufacturing Company in 1986. The loan was made at a four-per- cent annual rate for 15 years. David Warner of the EDA and Doug Maddy, Industrial Representative from the Governor's Office of Com- munity and Industrial Development, explained those details and ex- pressed interest in getting the plant posed expansion of their Lewisburg plant. The representatives said their company would be~willing to comply with the lease requirements set up by the Airport Authority. The location by two more identical staterooms, quently owned by the Pere Mar- and into the spacious 25 foot long quette Railway Company. When dining room, Here there's a table for that railroad was acquired by the old eight and an elegant built-in buffet C & O Railway in 1947, they also and china cabinet with Chippendale- qot the "Saint Nicholas", the name ity, $69,5OO Dolora M. Skidmore to Ream In- terests, Inc., 11,362 sq. ft., City of Lewisburg, $71,800 Elizabeth Destiny Hitzig to Jan Eugene Dale Walton Ann Walton vs. Betty Lesa Jane Sizemore Norman Lee Fitzgerald First National Bank in is ideal, they said, because of its style windows (which match the by ,vhich the car was then known Ernst Beckedorff, tract, Ronceverte a National Banking abundant parking space and its style of the chairs). Officials of the C & O (later CSX Municipality, $5,000 Jerry P. Wilson proximity to Combustion Stained glass lamps illumine a Corp.) used the car until about Jan Ernst Beckedorff to Eliza- Bank of White Sulphur Engineering's U. S. 219 location, mirrored serving shelf.The compart- 1985, when it was "retired." beth Destiny Hitzig, 50 acres, Fall- West Virginia Banking The Authority told representa- tives of both businesses they would meet with them again when they reopened to provide jobs in the had definite proposals to present the area. group. For That Special Someone In Your Life - egister For A Beautiful Heart Shaped 2 1/2 lb. Box Of Russel Stover Candy Or 2nd Prize A Suprise Box For The Lovely Lady Valued At $35.00. Only The Guys Are Eligible To Register. Win Your Sweetheart Something Special For This Valentine's Day. Stop By And See Our Lovely Valentine Tree - Dine With Us At Tht UNION, Drawing mentalized drawers are lined with green baize in order to keep the clatter of cutlery to a minimum while the car was under way. Next is the porter's room and the kitchen. Here, as in no other part of the private cars, the designers util- ized every possible inch of space. There's a full-size range (often, and up to the 1970s, fired with charcoal) which also heated the dish washing water; refrigerator and stainless steel sink. One cook could reach vir- tually every appliance and into every cupboard without moving a foot in any direction. A big oscillating fan is mute testimony to the sweatbox the kitchen must have been, even with the later addition of air conditioning. Take 'er Out For a Spin? Today you can connect your pri- vate car to Amtrak passenger trains or to various freight lines. Be ready to cough up about $500 for the hook-on fee and about $2 a mile. When you get to your de.~,tination be ready with another $503 check to just get your car off the line.Then you have to negotiate for parking the thing -- usually $50 a day with- out electricity, water or sewage Car #25, which has some very fine southern pine paneling, was built in 1931 for Franklin L. Hutton of New York. It was purchased by the C & O in 1940 and it too was used by the railway company's ex- ecutives and their friends. Car #306, also known as the "Vir- ginia", was until recently the private car of CSX Chairman Hays T. Wat- kins. It is the only one of the four cars at White Sulphur Springs which did not start its life as an opulent moving mansion. It was built in 1944 for the U. S. Army as a Hospital Car. Just three years later, in 1947, it was converted from its war-time configuration and became a prime example of the last of the private railway cars. Take A Look The White Sulphur Springs train station is located on U. S. Route 60, directly across from the main en- trance of The Greenbrier Hotel. The cars are parked on a siding next to the station. White Sulphur Springs is a regu- lar stop for Amtrak's tri-weekly train, The Cardinal, which runs from Chi- cago to Washington. Beginning end of January. Individual Consult rexmired. SHERI HANSHAW, M.A., C.S.W. (304) 645-4638 ing Springs Dist., $25,000 Arnold and Lois A. Morgan to Lucille M. Holliday, .89 acre, Irish Corner Dist., no consideration Kenneth R. and Sarah B. Bostic to Mary Ervin Lewis, parcels, Fall- ing Springs Dist., $10 Bryant and Associates to James Lacy Bennett, tracts, Town of East Rainelle, $10 Mattie Fleshman to Mack E. Fleshman, .11 acre, Town of Rainelle, parent to child Lottie Nicholas to Dorcus Sapp, lots, Lewisburg Municipality, $58,000 Linda and Jack Hill; Jane anc John Melhorn; Alice MacQueen; to John A. Osborne, lots, City of Le- wisburg, $1,500 New Suits Filed Thomas Glenn Kellison vs. San- dra Lee Alderman vs. Arnold H. Cook Victor Lee Dunsmo Niona Lee Selleck Jeffrey Scott Th Jeannette Thymius Humana of WV, Inc., mana Hos Conrad E. Crookshanks Crookshanks Humana of WV, Inc. mana Hos~ vs.Freddy E. Bostic Bostic Humana of WV, Inc., mana Hos Jill Anderson Humana of WV, Inc., mana Hos Dennis E. Chrisman Chrisman Bank of White Sul West Virginia Banking vs. Cliff Loudermilk Anti-Litter Poster Students in grades 1-12 currently enrolled in Greenbrier County Public Schools will share prize money total- ing $650 when they enter the Greenbrier County Litter Control Coalition's Poster Logo Contest. Each school has complete details concerning entry rules. The contest is an attempt by the Coalition to pro- mote litter control awareness educ- tion in every school in the county. Subject matter for the posters and Iogos includes: Litter, Litter Pre- vention, Clean-Up, or Recycling. In addition to prize monies, rec- ognition will be given all school win- ners in the Old Stone Room of Car- negie Hall, Lewisburg, from April 6 through 20, where the public is in- vited to view nine posters and three Iogos from each corn Thursday, April 19, awards reception, open lic, complete with punch ies, will be'held at 6 gie Hall to honor the winn0 The grand will be used to further cational pregrams in County and will be official letterhead by the County Litter Control ( Westvaco Cur agreed to provide all for the posters "This contest will dents with ready-cash, pride, and schools with -- please encourage sters to enter," tion member Andrea 1989 Ramcharger. k~w m~leage, luxury pkg .......................... $17,995. 1986 Dials 98 Regency 1988 Dodge Colt Premier- - aded,exo m 4 eor. turbo ............................. $8995. cor.:itmn .................................. $8995. 1989 Dodge Dakota .8 bed. 9.000 miles, au~natic ............. $10,995. 1988 Do e W250- 3/4 ton LE & Prospector ptcg, 4x4, ........ ......... $13,995. 1988 Chrysler LeBaron- 4 dr., a~r, stereo, tilt, cruise ...................................... $9995. 1988 Dodge Dynasty LE- Luxury Pkg ......................... $10,995. 1988 Chev. 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