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Lewisburg, West Virginia
August 16, 1990     Mountain Messenger
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August 16, 1990

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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, August 16, 1990 "Gourmet Country" : HO ANNouNCING Noq V IN LEWISBURG ' E KARE $ ACADEMY OF DANC OVER RAVENWOOD GALLERY 106 E. WASHINGTON STREET TAP, BALLET, JAZZ, BATON, & GYMNASTICS ENROLLMENTS- AUGUST 6th, 13th, & 20th 4:00 - 6:30 P.M. RAVENWOOD GALLERY KAREN FAMA, DIRECTOR 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE TEACHING CHILDREN IN SOUTHERN WV. 252-3001 FALL CLASSES STARTING SEPT. 5th Linda Blue loves mail and an- swers it. She will be in the local area until October. She loves hearing her songs play m West Virginia, her home- land, and asks that you request "All Across Texas" by calling any Country Radio station m West Virginia. If they don't have one she'll see that they get it. The song includes her love for West Virginia. With a promo- tional offer (while supplies last) you may obtain a copy of "Gourmet Country" by sending a $5 M.O. to: Eric George or Lmda Burnette by writing Mt. High Productions, P. O. Box 901447, Palmdale, California, or locally until (k'tober 1, to Linda Blue, P. O. Box 201, Lewisburg, WV 24901. Another goal of Linda Blue's is to come back home, find good West Virginia musicians, and put together a terrific country show. 'Td like to do this before spring of 1991," she Ntys. Mainly because she has a few proposed ideas for the region. To clo ' Lmda says, "1 believe God has placed a little star in heaven with my name on it. All 1 have to do is reach up and take it, and unless my destiny changes, [ intend to do just that. DU PON1 Starting At ASq.Yd. Installed R III) m Carpet & Pad Included Installation Included m All For One Low Price (&}me to your "Stainmaster'" Headquarters, Ma~ic Carpet Stores and chemise l'~tween hundreds of new c]esigner colors. Move up to the genuine carpet luxury Ol "DuPont (k'rtified Stainmaster CarpeL" "Stainmaster" Carpet protects agains~ most common rood & beverage seams and comes with a five year warranty. [MrinR this sale, MaR'c Carpet Stores will offer you 90 days same as cash financing" ", a two year instal[ati~m guarantee, and v,x,'ll inchde pad, lahor and "DuPonr Certified Stainmaster Carpet" fl~r one low Sale Price."" Magic Carpet Stores is comprised el independently owned floor covering stores, who have banded together to offer you the highest quality floor coverings & home decorating tlcce~ort~ at the lowest creep Jay prices. So hurry m your n~arest Magic Carp~ Store where, t0r a [muted time, you can get "['ad)ont Certified Stainmaster Carpet," pad and {aba~r all fi~r one great Magic price] DuPont Gertificatum Mark "" Minimum Purchase $250.00 "" W.h Approved ked,t " "" Extra Char~ae For Rel'tto'illR ()ld Carpet "" "Extra Charge F(.r ,qeep'; Regular ,~1 Installed Installed Frontier $23.99 $13.99 Noteworttw $24.99 $14.99 Foreign Delight $24.99 $15.99 Forever After $24.99 $16.99 Jubilant $30.49 $18.99 Illumination $30.49 $19, Debutante ..... $32.99 Stonehenge $33.99 $21.99 New Creation $37.99 $23.99 Elite $43.99 $27.99 Heavenly Star $45.49 $28.99 A MagLc rpet Sucre RL 60 West, Just 2 miles from downtown Lewisburg 645-3559 The deadlhle is drawing near for taxpayers who received an extension of time to file their 1989 federal tax return. Mid- night, August 15 was the date all returns should have been filed with the appropriate IRS Service Center. An additional two month ex- tension can be requested on a Form 2688; however, this exten- sion is not automatic and must be approved by IRS. The form cannot be considered it you lih,d it alter At, gust 15. Collection Many people throughotlt the vea r ret'eive correspondence no- tices from the Collectitm l)ivi- sion of the Internal Revenue Service. If you are one of these individuals, the most important action you can take is to respond to the notice immediately. The first thing you should do is check the billing, If it is incor- rect, contact IRS immediately to resolve the discrepancy. If it is correct, answer the notice alld submit w>ur payment. If the no- tice is correct, but you are unable to pay, contact IRS immediately and explain yottr circumstances. Enforcement action to collect the tax liability can be awfided bv responding immediately to tt e notice. Call the toll-free tele- phone nunlber shown on the no- tice or contact your local IRS of~ rice. Underpayment Woes Collection notices are sent out to collect underpayment of tax. The major causes of underpay- ment of lax tall into three catego- ries: Underwithholding of taxes t)n wages; Non-payment of esti- mated taxes bv self-employed individuals; Errors on the tax re- turn. To help you compute whether ~)r not you are having the proper nmotmt ol taxes withheld from vt)ur paycheck, complete the Worksheet in IRS Publication 919 'Is :My Withholding Correct?' The worksheet takes you through the computation one step at a time and will help you to decide if you should increase or decrease your withholding. [f your income has increased during the year (second job, higher than expected earnings, lottery winnings, etc.), you may have to pay estimated taxes on a quarterly basis to insure that ott do not have a large tax bill at the end of the year. The work- sheet included with form 1040ES, Estimated Tax for Indi- viduals and Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax, are a wfluable source of help. To obtain these and other IRS forms and publications, call I- 800-424-FORM (3676). / Visiting Relatives Driving You Up A WaR? You know the story. Your Aunt Clam came to visit for a few days, but you're beginning to think she's a permanent fixture in youl house. Bring her on deem to U-Save Auto Rental and we'll put her behind the wheel of a dependable and economical car. We can't guarantee she'll spend every hour sightseeing, but 4ee bet she 11 have a great time dnving her own car. After all, how do you know you weren't dnving her era=,,; too? Your Home Town Car Rental Compa Deeds The Estate of L. E. Stephen Elliott Meadows, its Stephen Elliott Meadows; Meadows; Richard Craig Cynthia Lynn Meadows Beyer; and Maria K. Corporation, 5.1c)1 acres, Dist., $325,(X)0 llelen Judy l lughart, Lmda Sue Car Carpenter, Peggy Suttle Reid, and Stephen Edens and Teresa L. EdenS, Meadow Blulf Dist., S26,000 Manuel A. (,omez and (;omez to David A. Carson, 1.3 acres, City of L $265,582.25 Mary' Z. McMillen and to Robert D. Callis and lots, Town of Rainelle Julian M. Meadows Meadows to Orrin Glen lots, City of Lewisburg, l lubert L Coulter Coulter to Dale Van Meter Van Meter, 2.037 acres, Dist., parents to child Carolyn R. Crump Crump, .3.69 acres, transfer between wife and Paul M. Rudd and ] tattle Preston Adkins and acres, Anthony Creek Dist., Elizabeth 11. Coughlin~ Brunell, John Brunell, Vir nez, Anthony Montanez, Coughlin, Victoria Cou Coughlin, Pamela Cou l lall, Wayne Hall, Robert Susan Coughlin, Earl C. Coughlin, Sheila J. Cough I'oe, John l'oe, Stephen P.' chad T. Coughlin, Linda John P. CougMm to and Judith M. Martin, Rainelle, $4,000 Nancy M, l larmon and men to Linda K. Town of White Sulphur spri Gary W. Wakeford Wakeford to Gary W. Karen D. Ridgeway, 836 Sulphur Dist., $4,776 Cleo S. Pitts, Samuel Carol A. Praylor to City of Lewisburg, J. P. R. Construction to Patrick D. McCabe McCabe, .354 acre, pality, $100,150 W. R. Bowling, Jr., l~.>wling to Edward M. esa Y. Allen, lot, Town of Springs, $24,500 Bertha Morgan to man, lot, Town of Alderson, Randall Knapp and Judy Randall Lee Knapp, Bluff Dist., $1,600 Teddy K. Willey an Willey to Betty L. and Shirley (,. l lolcomb, of Rupert, $50,(XX) Betty k. McClung 11 Shirley G. Holcomb to and Patricia Ann Wille~ Meadow Bluff Dist,, William L. Sweet Sr.,' d Sweet to William L. Sweet,: T. Sweet, tract, White stra w deed William W. Harris and Harris to Opal 11. Town ut Rainelle, 54,500 William S. Winfrey Trustee, tc~ Rural I tousin 1/3 acre, Irish Corner Dist.," New Suits Filed Connie Deskins Yates V~ Yates Carol Jewel Honaker v~ U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA ward Honaker Alleghany Bank Greenbrier Valley National poration vs. Gary C. Bennett Greenbrier Valley Betty D. Wickline Lee Ona "Leppie" fence Edgar Davis Elvin D. Slater vs. To~ business as Quinwood bulance Service, ginia Final Divorce DecreeS ltomer Graham, Jr. vs. Sloan Graham Judith Anne McMilliOa Ed win McMillion Matthew Evans Reese v~ cia Tate Reese Timothy A. Workman Lu Ann Huffman vs, Huff man Shirley Jean ward Lovejoy Jerry W. Hall vs. Cotmi~ Marshall Howard Lynn MeClung Hinkle Avery Atkins vs. SharOfl Wanda Ann Reeves Reeves I Find