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g City Meets Wright debris from 'uncovered concerned a number of citizens lately, Mayor Phil at the May 15 meeting Council. Much of ~he from drivers who do loads, he said, in ad- spillage through tailgate the vehicles. Joe Turley and Mike said some noise from a problem, too. After dis Mayor Gainer said he with other communities the state to determine are open to control the noise. business, the Council uest from businessman Musser for permission to flea market at the north- of Holt Lane and U.S. 219 on Tuesdays, and 's. Mr Musser said would draw more people to shop. Mayor Gainer an exception to zon- would be needed to the flea market and that he teed to present his proposal of Zoning Appeals for a Ltion to the Council. i(~Ouncil approved the ap- of Allen Carson to the Commissioners to fill left by the resignation Walker. Mr Carson's term June 30, 1991. The terms of Kinley and Tom Potterfield of Zoning Appeals ~ewed, expiring December of continuous contribu- period of years, the City Sburg has been allowed to a board member to the Transit Authority, Mayor Said. The Council approved of Andrea Gainer to COuncil discussed the possi- g a short city-wide at Andrew Lewis Park or Hall June 14 in observance Day. It wa~ announced George Bush will lead the a simultaneous pledge to that day at 7 p.m. The seek a chairman for the which will be held of the President's cere- next monthly meeting of the wilt be June 19, 7:30 p.m., In Memory of Jim Henson Jim Henson, crea for of the Muppets puppets, died last week On the occasion of Mr Honson's death, and in conjunction with a fourth gradf2 project, 'In The Life Of." (a biographical study), Julia Rose and Alyce Fifo composed this tribute Both children are fourth-grade stu- dents in Joan Waid's class at White Sulphur Springs Elementary School Out of his Mom's old green coat Kennit the IYog was born. Jim Henson was just like him: lie rlever, ever used scortl. Rolf plays piano, Miss Pi y steals the show. Animal is real crazy. Fozzy wears a bow. GoI~o is a weirdo; lie has a stuffed to,,, chick. Skeeter likes gymnastics. Skooter has a brain real thick. Jim Henson's mind was great. His imagination was wild. With this he created the Muppet Babies With dignity and style. Kemnt likes Miss PigKy. Jinx Henson liked his career. Now we are saying farewell 1"o the Greatest Muppeteer. -- Julia Rose & Alyce Fife NOW WITH FULL DINNER SERVICE SEAFOOD - STEAKS - ITALIAN FO o D & F%I ENDS 112 W. WASHINGTON - HISTORIC LEWISBURG 645-4548 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday May 24, 1990 9A Alleghany Country Club, between Covington and Clifton Forge, will be the site of the Third Annual George Garten Memorial Cancer Golf Tour- nament June 2 and June 3. The tournament is a four-man captain's choice, limit one golfer with 7 or less handicap. Over $5,000 in prizes will be given away, including the longest drive and closest to the pin contests both days. Hole-in-one either day wins a Chevrolet, Ford or Toyota truck. There will be a cookout on Sunday after the tournament. An entry fee of $200 per team is required. This includes all golf and green fees, refreshments and the cookout. To enter a team, call Willis or Mary Kay Nichols at (703) 862- 5789. Festival Set Entertainment is p;anned for the Third Annual Cass Railroad Festival, June 22-23, including The Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys, Buffalo Chips and Big AI. These groups will kick off the weekend with foot stompin' music June 22 at 3 p.m. The headline entertainment for June 23 will be the Lightening Rose Band, Black Mountain Bluegrass Boys, and Buffalo Chips. There will be a mix of rock and roll and Blue- grass music from 1 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Cass Scenic Railroad State Park invites you to an alcohol-free weeK* end of entertainment, food, arts & crafts, woodchopping demonstra- tions and more. At the Festival you may take a train ride on the historical logging railroad, and a guided tour through For June the refurbished historic town of Cass. For more information call 1-800- CALL-WVA and ask for the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park or call the Pocahontas County ,Tourism Commission at 1-800-336-7009. Take out a subscription to the Mountain Messenger Subscription Rates In State: $14.84 In State Senior Cith;,ens $13.78 In State Students $ I I. 13 (9 mos.) Out of State $15.00 Out of State Senior Cit ,ens $14.00 VEI:2"TP---' JU PRIZES. TU ETS $5.00 FIRST PRIZE...$3000.00 CASH SECOND PRIZE...$500.00 SAVINGS BOND, EN.B. IN RONCEVERTE THIRD PRIZE...$200.00 SHOPPING SPREE, CRAWFORD'S FOOD FOURTH PRIZE...SNAPPER LAWN MOWER, MARTIN & JONES FIFTH PRIZE...$100.00 WORTH OF GAS, BAKER AND SONS OIL SIXTH PRIZE...TWO NIGHTS FOR TWO AT PENCE SPRINGS SEVERAL OTHER PRIZES AWARDED TO THQSE PRESENT RACE DAY! ONLY 5000 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD, SO HURRY!!! TICKET OUTLET, FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN RONCEVERTE - CORNER MARKET IN RONCEVERTE - GEORGE'S REXALL DRUG IN RONCEVERTE - WRON - ROSS'S EXPRESg MART, ALDERSON - THE COURNTY STORE IN UNION - ASHLEY'S IGA IN UNION All Four Dealerships Have A Huge Selection Of Used Cars & THEY MUST GO! So Offering Them At Unbelievab] Low I , O Don't Miss This Sale At The SmithsTranSfer Building - 220 N. & 60 W., Just Off Exit 5, 1-64 ! Here Is What Our Dealerships Are Offering ALLEGHANY MOTORS , 1985 OLDS DELTA 88 COUPE Full-power- air- stereo $102.18 a month 36 payments @ 14.9% APR with life insurance 1987 BUICK REGAL LIMITED COUPE loaded with everything, like new $159.08 a month 42 payments @ 14.5% with life insurance Retail $4,995. Discount $1,200 Cash or Trade $1,000 You finance $2795. / Retail $8995. Discount $2,000: Cash or Trade $2,000. You finance $4995. 1987 DODGE OMNI 4 Door auto, air, stereo, full power $97.36 a month 36 payments @ 13,99% APR with life insurance Retail $4995. Discount $1300. Cash or trade $1,000' You Finance $2695, 1988 FORD TAURUS GL 4 DOOR fully equipped, air, stereo, full power $179.87 a month 48 payments @ 13.9 APR with life insurance Retail $9995. Discount $1500. Cash or TRade $2,000. You Finance $6495, GARTEN FORD i 4 DOOR $5995 !987 FORD TEMPO 4 DOOR $4995. good miles, local owner 1 22.41 per month auto., air, AM/FM $97.91 CHEVROLET BERETTA SEDAN 5 speed, air, good miles $7695. $164.08 1988 DODGE DAYTONA 5 speed, air, cass., only 23,000 miles, sharp All payments based for 54 months at t2.9% A.P.R. with $1,000. cash or trade-in with approved credit. ALLEGHANY TOYOTA Stock #5237 1988 SUBARU JUSTY $3995 $87.00 a month - $1000. Cash Down 13.99% 48 month $2995. Stock#5214 1988 FORD ESCORT GT $171.42 13.99% 48 month $6995. - $1,000 Cash Down $5995. Stock #5163 1987 FORD ESCORT $126.88 14.25% 36 month $4495. - $11000: Cash Down $3495. Stock #5231 1984 FORD BRONCO II 4x4 $7995. $171.43 $4995. - $1,000 Cash Down $208.35 16.99% at 24 month 1990FORD FESTIVA GEORGE GARTEN FORD 1989 FORD MUSTANG $7495. Special Sale Discount $6895. Cash or Trade $5895. $139.18 @ 13.9% 60 month 1987 FORD T-BIRD TURBO COUPE 10,995. Special Discount $10,495. Cash or Trade $9495. 14.5% 48 month $9495. Special Sale Discount $8495: Cash or Trade $7495. $220.49 @ 14.5% 48 month 1985 FORD MUSTANG $5495. Special Sale Discount $4495. Cash or Trade $3495. $118.70 @ 15.5% 36 month GARTEN FORD 9 f i 9 ii i I i, i