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More Letters ... ten years, every Right in the U. S. (Right being on the side of babies) has endorsed a ainst March of Dimes, of Dimes does a lot of well over 90 per cent of But it is they who first set up, all across the testing centers. By they popularized second (mid-trimester) amniocen- term means taking a of fluid from the un- amniotic sac through a into the mother's and uterine wall. This is nose certain medical of the baby while still in including genetic handi- is no medical problem handicaps) that can be mid-trimester. Certain Problems can be treated at in the third trimester. amniocentesis is in the mid-trimester. Why not wait to do amnio- third trimester when it treatable medical condi- be handled. One (and as see, the only one) rea- amniocentesis with incurable genetic can be aborted earlier if such handicap is let me make this point March of Dimes does for abortions, but they do amniocentesis. in mind, for those of you abortion that was of an unborn baby's please consider where to March of Robert Dunbar Greenbrler County Right To Life Alderson r Editor: said, "To succeed must work as though it all on you, and pray as entirely on God.' I advice. This corn- important ingre- living. Is our annual National in America --- de- by Congress and the Each day our federal begins its sessions of Work after first being lead r for the events of the day. tradition takes place each state legislature meets for us. West Virginia we are all grave need that our officials have for the to be with them and' in the decisions of The temptations to abuse is ever present. The and pressures of re-elec- need for hon- and servanthood on employ with our tax dollars is something to aspire to. need our help. May 3 we asked to pray for them. of this request with a prayer. You could just pause for a are having your cof- to pray for those in your community work in the~city and offices. Pray for who are working for and those in Wash- about those in the our judges, those of Education, and to whom we have children? Maybe, as and from work or run you could pray for whose names are on Signs. if the "busyness" of makes prayer dip ~OUld find a time of quiet- of the many churches Pen their doors for this ~ prayer. Or perhaps your radio or t.v. and or your home to be to pray on behalf of in the public affairs local, state and na- a great promise for Jld participate in such lead your of prayer, because Who are called by my themselves and my face and turn ways, then will I and will forgive Will heal their land." 2 :14. for oui nation -- us, Take time to Dave Calvert Ona Dear Editor: Arch Moore . . . intelligent, ca- pable, distinguished World War II Veteran, proud West Virginian -- but a dishonest man! Jail MUST await him. Let's put all these recent indict- ments and convictions in perspec- tive. There has been and continues to be, incompetence and outright criminal activities on both sides of the political fence in Charleston. It's about time to "clean house" and "throw the rascals out" as some- one in the past said. If our elected officials locally, county-wide, state- wide and nationally do not represent US instead of their selfish interests, vote for someone else. Again, throw 'em out! In order for industries and other out-of-staters to invest in West Vir- ginia, we MUST clean up our act governmentally. Not in a few years, but on May 8, 1990!!! Pritchard Farley Collins Rupert Patricia W. "Pat" Detch Patricia W. "Pat" Detch has an- nounced her candidacy for the nomination of the Democratic Party for the House of Delegates 25th Dis- trict (Greenbrier County). The daughter of a railroad car- penter, Mrs Detch worked her way through high school and college as a library clerk and office worker. Mrs Detch has a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the Univer- sity of Missouri-St Louis and a Mas- ter of Arts degree plus 30 hours from West Virginia University. Mrs Detch has taught American government at W.V.U., comparative governments at the Federal Correc- tional Institution in Alderson, and world history at Greenbrier Commu- nity College. Presently a full-time mother, Mrs Detch has three children: Kristi, 13, who attends Lewisburg Junior High School; Matthew, 5, a kindergarten student at Lewisburg Elementary School; and Barbara, 1. Mrs Detch has been married to Paul S. Detch, a local attorney, for twenty years. Mrs Detch has played an active role in her community supporting many civic, charitable and educa- tional organizations. She is a mem- ber of the Lewisburg PTO, Lewis- burg Junior High Band Boosters, The Compassionate Friends, P.E.O., Greenbrier County Demo- cratic Women's Club past president, and a former member of the Ameri- can Association of University Women. Mrs Detch hopes to represent Greenbrier County and encourage economic development which will provide financial stability and strengthen our communities, the educational system, and family val- ues. Deeds John W. McClung to Marsha M. McClung, 4.5 acres, irish Corner Dist., transfer from husband to wife Barbara F. Campagna to James A. Gunnoe and Lena K. Lewis, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $16,000 Norman L Crump, Jr., and Audrey C. Crump to First Baptist Church, lots, Town of White Sulphur Springs, $7,900 Matthew Pritt to Gloria B. Turley, tracts, Falling Spring Dist., $3,000 Madeline Callison to George R. Calli- son, tract, Blue Sulphur Dist., parent to child Paul C Lyall, Susan J. Lyall, and Hobert Lyall to Harry B Lyall, one acre, Falling Spring Dist., $100 Charles D. Blackburn, Sr., and Gla- dys L Blackburn to Charles D. Black- burn, Jr, and Sarah C. Blackburn, .447 acre, Frankford Dist., parent to children James D. Stone to Marvel J. Lamp and Ruth A. Lamp, 1.781 acres, Anthony Creek Dist., $8,500 Roger L. Simmons and Carol S. Sim- mons to Helen R Bennett and Elbie E. Bennett, lot, Ronceverte Municipality, $1 Harry B. Lyall and Helen J. Lyall to Anna Ruth Crowley, Paul C. Lyall, Hobert Lyall, Michael K Lyall and Debra Lyall Stiefel, one acre, Falling Spring Dist., $100 Georgia Lee Vest and Hubert J Vest to Martin E. Quandt, and Suay S. Quandt, 52 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., $10,400 Charles Camphe;I, Hildred Woods Campbell, Harry Woods, Ruth B. Woods, Jessie Buck, David Buck, Suzanne Buck Knutson, Kenneth Knutson, Hazel Woods Bobbitt, Charles Bobbitt, Allen Hayman Woods, Mary Woods, Dorothy Woods, Mary Lou Woods, Robert E Woods, John Michael Woods, and Di- anne Woods to Sherman U. Sheppard and Wanda G Sheppard, 50 acres, Wil- liamsburg Dist., $6,000 James I. Campbell and Joetta A Campbell to Hubbard Farms, Inc., a Delaware corporation, 18 acres, Frankford Dist., $35,000 Loretta M. Hodge, Bennie D. Hodge, Sr., Judy Ann Hodge, Bennie D. Hodge, Jr., and Nancy Hodge to Carol Costa, 11 1/2 acres, Falling Spring Dist., $17,000 ._ Vesper R. Lewis and Ruth F. Lewis to Ralph David Moore and Vicky Lee Moore, lot, Lewisburg Dist., $9,000 Jacqueline V. Martin Holland to Joan C. Martin Tuckwiller, lots, City of Ron- ceverte, $43,500 Millard H Totten and Justine B. Tot- ten to Murrel E. Blake and Nyeitta H. Blake, tract, Lewisburg Dist., $29,000 Mabte M. Bragg, now Mable M. Bragg Watkup, and Oswald Walkup to Robert D. Hanna and Deborah Hanna, 27 acres, Meadow Bluff Tax Dist., $12,000 Jewel A. Smith to Aria Louise Rose, parcel, Irish Corner Dist., $9,000 Carolyn Ann Bryant and Voneda M. Burke to Jamet; L Edens and Pamela Edens, one acre, Meadow Bluff Tax Dist., $15,000 James Douglas Estep, Donna Estep, Deborah Sue Gilkeson and Stoughton Gilkeson to James Douglas Estep and Donna Estep, lots, Town of Rainelle, $15,000 James Douglas Estep, Donna Estep, Debcrah Sue Gilkeson, and Stoughton Gilkeson to Deborah Sue Gilkeson and Stoughton Gilkeson, 6,486 sq. ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., $20,000 Thomas M Spangler and Victoria E Spangler to Mary Z. Lively, 10,983 sq ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., corrective deed Mary Z. Lively, now Mary Z. Lively McMillen, and Ted McMillen to Jerry W. Meadows and Velma C. Meadows, 10,983 sq. ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., $65,OOO Phillip R. Clower to Michael Sykes and Norma K. Sykes, 4.086 acres, Blue Sulphur Tax Dist., $8,000 Virginia Gibson and Homer Scott Gi- bson to Robert E. Newman and Mary D. Newman, tracts, Meadow Bluff Dist., $6,0OO Margaret H. Burns and Ervit Thomas Burns, Sr., to Ervil Thomas Burns, Jr., 10 acres, Fort Spring Dist., parents to child e Sculptured Hi.Lo's sq. Yd. Values From $10.99 Sq. Yd. To $15.99 Sq. Yd. e Plush ........... Sq. Yd. To Values $10.99 Sq. Yd. To $29.99 Sq. Yd. New Vinyls ....... Sq. Yd. to Hours: Mon. 9 To 8 Tues.-Sat. 9 To 6 p - 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH WITH APPROVED CREDIT The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, April 26, 1990 5A uick Candidate Greenbrier Board of Ed. Bank of White Sulphur Springs to the State of West Virginia, 157.50 acres. Blue Sulphur Dist., transfer to the State of West Virginia Brack L. Campbell and Mildred S Campbell to Three Brothers, Inc, 12 867 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $62,186 Ralph E. Moore and Leatha Marie Moore to Ralph David Moore, ~ot, Lewis burg Dist., conveyance between parents and child William S. Winfrey, II, substitute trus- tee, to Rural Housing Trust 1987-1, .4665 acre, Fort Spring Dist., $30,11390 Sterling E. Snedegar and Bertha Snedegar to Larry Gene Brown and Con- nie Sue Brown, lot, Lewisburg Tax Dist., $7,50O Dewey E. Bryant and Helena V Bryant to Darrell Kyle and Billie Kaye Kyle, two acres, Town of Rupert, $14,000 Pat Coleman and Drema J. Coleman to Mona Burns and Andrew Thomas, lot, Town of Alderson, $10 Maxine Toothman, Herman Tooth man, Glenda Ferguson, Donald Ferguson, Roy Lee Weikle, Jr., Jane Weikle, Robert G. Weikle, Roberta G. Weikle, Twyla S. Weikle, Carolyn Dun- bar, and Lee Dunbar to Nettle Christine Weikle, lots, Irish Corner Dist, children to mother Nettle Christine Weikle to Robert G Weikle, lots, Irish Corner Dist, mother to child Carol E. Wright to John Workman and Myrtle Workman, 2r97 acres, Wil- liamsburg Dist., $2,500 Lewis J. Robinson, Jr., and Robin C Robinson to Thelma Gall White, 149 acres, City of Ronceverte, correctwe deed Thelma Gall White to Lewis J. Robin- son, Jr., and Robin C. Robinson, 1749 acres, City of Ronceverte, corrective deed Sumner L Linton to Ricky A Baker and Jennifer S Baker, 1 094 acres, Le- wisburg Dist, $53,500 Ova A. Coffman to Floyd C. Coffman, Jr., tracts, Fort Spring Dist., $18,000 Georgia C. Hayes and Maynard Hayes to Floyd C. Coffman, Jr, tracts, Fort Spring Dist., $18,000 Margaret C. Stone and Paul F. Jones to Floyd C. Coffman, Jr., tracts, Fort Spring Dist., $18,000 Laura C. Davis and Harlis Davis to Floyd C. Coffman, Jr., tracts, Fort Spring Dist., $18,000 New Suits Filed Murie: F. Webb vs. Darrell Alexander William D. Goins and Barbara Goins, his wife vs. William H. Perrine and Shirley R. Perrine, his wife Edmond J. Boone vs. Lois L. Boone William B. Highlander and Reva C. Highlander vs. Selby R. Highlander and Shelby J. Highlander Bank of White Sulphur Springs, a West Virginia Banking Corporation vs. Sonja V. Stacy Mid State Homes, Inc., a Florida Cor- poration vs. Dollie Powetl and/or occu- pants of property located at Rt. 2, Box 550, Alderson, West Virginia Judith Anne McMillion vs. William Edwin McMillion "It is the Board of Education's re- sponsibility to work .positively with the teachers in solving problems. Every student has the legal and moral right to expect equal educa- tional opportunities throughout the County, regardless of a school's lo- cation. The proposed consolidation plan of the western County schools was not feasible. Funds which ac- crue to the school system, from whatever source, should be used in the local schools for the specific pur- poses for which they were allocated. An in-depth study should be made to evaluate the practical benefits of making Greenbrier East and Green- brier West four-year high schools. A good curriculum taught by good teachers produce well-educated stu- dents. Every county resident -- es- pecially parents -- have a right and obligation to be avidly interested in the administration of the public schools." Mr Quick worked seven years out of the County office of the Green- brier system. '1 have acquired an unusual knowledge and understand- ing of the present problems, and am dedicated to improving the system, by promoting a mutually beneficial sense of cooperation among citi- zens, parents, teachers and the Board." Both Mr Quick and his wife, the former C!ndy Richmond, are Green- brier East graduates. She is a first grade teacher in the Lewisburg Ele- mentary School and taught in the ii county schools for twelve years. Their daughter, Heather, is a third grade student and son, Christopher, is a first grade student at Lewisburg Elementary School. They also have an infant son, Kevin. tn 1975, Mr Quick earned a di- ploma at the Fairfax, Virginia Com- puter Learning Center, majoring in programming. After attending West Virginia State, he was an honor graduate from Bluefield State Col- lege, where he was awarded an A. S. Business Administration empha- sizing accounting. Mr Quick has been employed by Union Carbide and Columbia Gas, Charleston; PCA International, Mat- thews, North Carolina; West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and the Greenbrier County Board of Education, Lewisburg. He is pres- ently a Programmer and Systems Analyst at Asea Brown Boveri (For- merly Combustion Engineering), Lewisburg. On March 1, Mr Quick was ap- pointed by the Greenbrier County Commission to serve on the Local Emergency Planning Council and Office of Emergency Services of Greenbrier County. Mr Quick is thirty-four years old and is the son of Paul and Dorothy Quick. His wife's parents are Quincy and Mary Liz Richmond. 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