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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 20, 1990 Do You Have Questions For Our Politicians ? Do You Have Questions For The Candidates? Send your questions to: Mountain Messenger 122 North Court Street, Lewisburg 24901. Please ask this question: Your Name: Your Phone # or Address: It's our annual inventory time again...and we'd rather give you some great buys than have to count everything! Save thru September 23rd! r I GET A U.S. SAVINGS ,~. :,> .... LOOOOOOOOO[E WITH ANY IN-STOCK PURCHASE OF $200 OR MOREl {E53746) OUTFIT $' includes VHS camera, light, $17 MONTHLY* telephoto & zoom lenses, case and morel 13-CU. FT. FREEZER Manufacturer's 87 reduction lets you SAVE s2S s,, MONTHW from our everyday (Y20328) low price KENMORE MICROWAVE Turntable Auto defrost SAVE slO s,0 MONTHLY" (E89435) .~j/- 44emp. dryer.** 44 Remote CD player Graphic Equalizer $1OO LESS (E28721) (E68721) PLUS a month's worth of detergent flee! S65 Less than similar models. $20 MONTHLY* (E95sol) Cat. Number Description Sale Price* Save 20P20391 3.9HP Kenmore Canister voc with $19988 $30 FREE Power Mate Jr, for tight spots 578W49201Magnavox 25" MTS Console 499,87 60 578W53473I.XIMTS Stereo VCR 269.97 30 578W53003PonosonicVCR 29199 30 22P89447 Kenmore 1.4 u, ft. Microwave 272.47 20 22E89349 Kenmore 1,3 cu. ft. Microwave 188.87 21 26JL2980110-cyde Kenmore Washer435,81 22 26JL698015-temp. Kenmore Elec, Dryer 349.69" 22 46AT60821Kenmore 18 cu. ft, Refrigerator 499.82 50 46AT60151Kenmore 20,6 cu, ft. Refrigerator 599,88 85 MANAGER S SPECIALS ALL LAWN MOWERS & AIR CONDITIONS IN STOCK )00 NO PAYMENTS 'TIL MARCH 1991 on any SearsCharge Purchase of $100 or more. Ask for details. HURRY...SALE E:NDS September 23rd m, "On SeorsChorge or SearsCharge PLUS credit ptan available on most purchases totaling $699.99 or more). Actual payments depend on existing account balance. Shipping to store included, *'Electric dryer requires cord Appliances ore whde; colors extra, Most items avollable to take home. See store for warranty details. Lewisburg Merchants' Has Monthly Meetin The regular meeting of the Lewisburg merchants and Pro- fessionals Association was held September 6, at Fort Savannah. President Elaine Pugh opened the meeting at 7:30 a.m. and welcomed Jim King, Page Nash, Steve Hunter and Sandra Neely as first-lime attenders. Sue Sailor, Chairman of Taste Of Our Town gave an update on the plans for this year's event to be held October 13. This is a fund-raising project for Carnegie ttall, 50 per cent or more of the money taken in by the booths is donated to that cultural center. She pointed out the idea came from Suzanne Snyder in 1985 and who is again serving on the committee. It has grown from 28 booths and $3,000 to 40 booths last year with $7,100 being raised. The committee attempted to add the first block of West Washington Street to the area being blocked off, but was un- able to get permission for this. Many kinds of food will be avail- able, maps will be posted to di- rect the people to the location of different foods. Live entertain- ment is planned on the lawn of Greenbrier Center, and people will be encouraged to picnic while they listen. Ramona Goutiere, Executive Director of the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corpora- tion, reported on the progress of this newly formed organization. She stated "the board is com- posed of excellent members who are qualified to direct progress in an orderly way. The Corporation is looking for companies who will develop our resources, protect our environment and encourage our most valuable asset, the people, to work for the develop- ment of our economy." When asked about funding, Ms Gouti- ere stated they are planning to have three yearly fund raising drives with $75,000 as the goal for the first year, $100,000 the second year. She said we need to make the 1-64 for us by while we maintain heritage and allow] well." Tom Campbell from the City Project d.A.R.E, is go. This is a plan to students about drugs. Danny Fisk Police force will grams in area Campbell said landfill are major Council and landfill early this the problems. Both the ceverte liquor stores sold and there is Lewisburg may lose in taxes received two stores may be located in Fairlea. this store is within the Lewisburg City will still tinue to receive the Campbell said. He reported that of the sidewalks is and it is hoped that completed by T.O.O.T, Mr Campbell said a sent to the asking them to speed on also to cover their to prevent the gravel: out. A question was about the lighting exits and Mr Department of Hi promised to erect Bo Pegram could be a those who live limits but have a within the city to be on issues which business. Mr Cam far, there was no this but that a plan is being nex additional areas. On Rare Plant The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking public com- ment on a plan to bring about the recovery of the endangered harperella, a plant that occurs in Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, West Virginia, and Maryland. An annual that is a relative of the carrot, harperella typically occurs in rocky or gravel shoals and margins of clear, swift-flow- ing streams, and along the edges of pineland ponds or low savan- nah meadows in the coastal plain. The plant generally occurs in areas with a high potential for human use. "Harperella has been elimi- nated from over half of its known historical sites," said Ronald E. Lambertson, Director of the Service's Northeast Region. ~I'he situation is made even more se- rious by the fact that none of the 12 currently known populations is in Federal ownership or other permanently protected status, although we are now working with the Nature Conservancy to protect some key sites in West Virginia." The draft recovery plan calls for permanent protection of the 12 known sites, and establish- ment or discovery of at least 14 additional populations within the historical range of plant. This will be accomplished by site protection, conservation of wa- tershed-wide resources that af- fect the plant's survival, develop- ment of propagation and man- agement techniques, and a pub- lic information program. "We need to know what the public thinks about our ap- proach to recovery of this spe- cies," added Mr Lambertson. "Comments will be considered as we prepare the final recovery plan, which will guide Federal and State efforts to conserve the harperella." Copies of the plan can be ob- tained from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Center, Newton chusetts, 02158; 5100. extension 316. , should be received by 25. Carolyn llamsburg spoke erie Merchants Awareness) met September 6, marks centered consolidation of are~ schools. President nounced Railroad October 6 and 7 centering Armory. A an appearance and his band was spring. The Duck into re-orderin Tuckwiller, Fred and Virgil Unue with project. discussed with planned and a roast. A letter was newly organized Community Nufs thanking the grou[ cial support. clerk, reported oft of the city's fund-raising pointed. A prototype Christmas lights more detailed made by Miano at the acquisition of ners will be Next meeting All interested and invited FRESH MEATS & PRODUCE DELI FEATURING: Batter Broasted Done In Canola Oil Maxwell House Green A 39 oz. Perc. Coffee $5.49 16 oz. Can Our Family Macaroni & Cheese Post Raisin Bran 7.25 oz. Box 20 oz. Box $2.49 Fresh Ground Beef $1.29 lb