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February 13, 1990

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~ntain| Messenger, Tuesday, February 33, 1990 9A Roncevette Buffalo Resident lJ J- ns- Top-Be man Ma . ed After "Low Budget" Campaign brier Resort Stabbl taura For Attorney General Seat t the Green A Ronceverte man was charged Ronceverte city policeman David Brenda Craig Ellis, former Deputy - [ / ~ ~ ~ with malic,ous wounding after a Howard. Attorney General of the Civi/ Rights | ~ ~ .~ stabbing incident February 2 at A "sharp instrument" was used in Division, officially kicked off her ~~:;~ [ [ ~i':~ Anderson's Restaurant in Roncev- the attack, Officer Howard said, but campaign today and announced that ~"~ ~ !~ ~ erte. the exact type of object has not yet she will seek the Democratic nomi- ~ .~i \~J~ ~ Terry Lee Campbell was re- been determined. Mr Cook was nation for Attorney General of West ~ .,i~D.~ ~i: ~.,"~1`~*~:~ "~ ~ leased on $5,000 bond after alleg- transported to the emergency room Virginia "to restore confidence, in- ~~~~ ~i :~ ~ ~ edly stabbing Jeffrey Wayne Cook, at Humane Hospital Greenbrier Val- tegrity and accountability in govern- in ~, i ~ also of Ronceverte on the right side Icy, where he received 32 stitches ment." ..~i, ~~ ~ of the neck The incident happened and was released. Ms Ellis, a Putnam County na- i~ILIJi ~ ~ result of an argument, according to gatlon, according to Officer Howard. fund raising bean dinner sponsored ~~! ~ __ Y p. . . . . , i Craigsville by her parents Reverend and Mrs S. ~ -1,,- Jn ~,~ - "._. H. Craig and supporters in her ~IL . i~~ V~.tp.r=~n.~ i, A,, rillarv hometown of Buffalo. Ms Ellis said ~P J __.~::~- ~ .............. J she wants to be attorney general ~ IH'~,=-,~.~,=~ ~ lr_1 ~1~1 t~t~=,~11,=,~ because she "cares about the rights .... , ]E~~ .I.1FJ,~;;;I;;; I~Jllill~ .L-J,,s lUi. ,li,,~t3qL~;l, llll~f'of West Virginians who are being ,ren(:la t.;ralg Ellis l" I~ ~r The Tenth D str ct meet ng of the Arizona in March The D strict voted ~orgotten or ignored by politicians need an attorney general who caresJ )a (~(le|st}er, President a.d Managing Director of The Gr"nbrler Veterans of Fore gn Wars and ts to donate money to the Cancer who have their own agendas." She about our people and who will workl fou4=rId I~resentina a $50 US Savings Bond to Russell Johnson, Ladies Auxiliary was held at Fund, West Virginia Cottage Fund at explained, "1 want to work for pro- to protect our senior citizens, ourI and~'a~19g0 Bellman of the Year Mr Johnson an emnlovee for Craigsville, February 4. The Depart- the National Home, VA Hospital grams that reflect the concerns of all consumers, and our handicappedJ~ "~11 ...... " . ._ '._ F ".. _ . ment Representative for the Post Fund and the March of Dimes. our citizens. West Virginians are and disabled West Virgl.mans.'. ~ )w I][" .w,, represent Jne ureenvrJer In me annual American HoxeJ w= -ninr V ,~,= (".nrnm=nH=r ~,'.ntt == Thn" ~tt,=ndinn frnrn PO~t and A-x- tired of promises and excuses, they Ms Ells admits she ss runmng on .11 ~ar lll~,~Ss~llman of the Year Contest. - Kinn'from Hunt nnt"o"n'H'es~ke"on 'iaw"#4484 were;'l~lary"and Gene want aggressive programs that get a "low budget," butsays, '1 feel West/'" feet o . o .r-~. . , results " Virginia voters are fired of expens ve .. Ptl ~ membership. The Tenth Distrct ts Walker. Carlos and Dewey Bishop. ...... ~ .... ;:~ _~ -- .a .,, -- 100 per cent and achieved this goal Goldie and David Treadway Mary Ms Ells, who has legal experi-flashy peril,ca, camoa~ns ana,~eeq vv at the Mid Winter ence at the mumc~ al and state level they will send the, m~ >sage to our a; eavv oR ck iv Grouv " Conference held and E R Crigger, and George 'P ,~ ' " ~ L rient]---w,,,. ~p, ,.,,.-v ...... ,E" in Lewisburg in January. Mr King Pittsenarger. . nf aovernment, emphasize.., "We politicians on e~ecfion day." } ...,.= .,.. ,.des .,. lr_1"...11 spoke on VA Hospitals and other i~ 'i, ~'wn~lL]l][~,~D L~ ~=,#,~]['~11~!1~ ,j['~,~jll programs. The Department Rep, e- I Ronceverte :n;'t~.,.~._.~_ __~''~ ............ sentative for the Lades was Mary Its1 .... T-11".'~'~o I ~ - ~om~rgan" on guitars' and Karl Walker of Rainelle, who is the Can- i.~b.xl~l.~l~m-,--..,~uu,,~~ vT1~" ..... /"~1~.~'1,,~ l~f~4-m ~ron drums_Ken LaCe- cer Chairman She spoke on "the IFamilv Reunion I W~XXL~X~L~ ~,JLU.~ , rent hi " I "" "' " "''v"" I ~, a~'des sound and Tom Foster importance of reporting to the De- The Ronceverte Woman's C ub Greenbrier Junior High, on Educe- , ~ ~g~sburg at 8 management, pertinent Chairmen when a projectDescendants of Bell Hanna and met January 22 After rol call and tion. They gave talks about what is ~~usic Journal recently 's done and not wait and then for(let E 'zabeth (L za) C croons: reunion at the readinaof the m nutes bv Sand going on in the PTO's and their fu- :"~ band's song "Which Do it " The Department s 93 30 I~er Moncove Lake near Gap Mills, Sat- Walton the treasurer's re~rt was ture plans, i iU~Le~r album cent in membership. President, ~/ir- urday, June 23rd, from 10 a.m. If read by Betty Ralston. -- The club will sell collec!or's pins ! ss > , i2 OT __ ,t(, 1 e l =