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Letters... ~ditor: is investigating the of opening a Horse acres of land near the turnpike. Some- ~s, similar to the Horse Park and the Center near Lex+ this would be to in West Virginia! to the local econ- a great way to inter- in horses, the whole from riding at a to owning your gals, horse owners, time for us to let ! Charleston know what ~f this terrific idea! Parkways, Eeo- and Tourism are the ones currently The Commissioner of of Agriculture, is surely aware horse bust- state and the horse add to the state, and financially. from you. to know they have of the horse owners, stable consists of They need our What kind of facility and need. They need the horse indus- inia brings in to the state. get busy, get on make it a topic at your club meetings. this pro- Get informa- Is proposal and let senators, whoever, in know your feelings West Virginia do It today~ Carol Hall Sulphur Springs Jr., West representa- United States Con- the Second District, he might be able er Oliver Luck if tile crush of SChedule in Washing- V~lere was he when the U.S. Was in recess and him to debate in ev- in the district? Why debate issues in voters could hear to do? Or even he could hear theinselves what to them? But all long summer vaca- Luck's challenge of 'shine. that our incum- to the United feared being by his bright and Or was it of solid ideas and was too risky tt of public debate? won't do it. Har- of the Second deserve to know Keeping them in shows your dis- them. With some We can change that in November. J. B. Shepherd Lewisburg Continued From Page 4-A Dear Editor: A reporter recently contrasted my "poor-man's campaign" for U. S. Senate with my opponent Jay Rockefeller's cash-bloated cam- paign. Unlike rich politicians such as Rockefeller and his hand-picked successor Gaston Caperton. I have to struggle to earn a living at the same time I am campaigning. At the mo- ment. my most difficult problem is getting enough money to keep my phone and electricity turned on in my campaign office. Nevertheless. I firmly reject the notion that only the rich should run for office. I am not ashamed that I was born poor, despite the Republican bankers who turn their noses up and pressure me to surrender this race to Jay, based on their arro- gant attitude that the rich shall inherit the earth. George Washington and our founders risked their very lives to eliminate royalty or govern- ment by inheritance. If alive to- clay, Washington would lead the charge for what is right against the elites who abuse their power, taxing us without representing us. He would refuse to join the spineless, who sit idly by, watch- ing us fall back into government by birthright. Those of us who want to preserve democracy, and not return to modern-day roy- alty. must join this fight. In the long run, the Republi- can bankers, the Country Club Republicans, and the other dukes and lords of the Rockefeller kingdom, will dis- cover that truth and justice will prevail. Although 170,000 of us have been chased from this state in the last 10 years, we are now going to stand and fight. John Yoder Harpers Ferry Dear Editor: I look forward to receiving the Mountain Messenger each week. Your paper brings a variety of things. Human interest stories (which I enjoy) as well as many news items. We are also in- formed of many current events. Your paper does not exclude anyone I read articles from Greenbrier, Pocahontas, Monroe Counties and other surrounding areas. It is a newspaper for ev- eryone and for many reasons. Therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to put in a word of thanks to many friends of mine who have sent get well cards, flowers, food, visits and telephone calls during my recent convalescing from back surgery. It sure helps to get one going again. Thanking you, I am Sincerely, Ruth C. Perry White Sulphur Springs Look Closely The Mountain Mressengw Is You Voce of Fairness In The Grealer Greenbrier Valley Of West Virginia Listen Carefully Ziegler & Gunnoe Attorneys at Law Announce the opening of their Wldte Sulphur Springs Law Office M. Gunnoe David L. Zzegler Main Street Sulphur Spg., WV. 536-1691 110 James Street Hinton ,WV. 466-1224 Effective September 1, 1990 Rt. 60 & Anjean Intersection, Rupert SNUGGEMS large or 45ct. medium diapers $6.99 R.C. COLA 12 pk. cans $2.99 ARMOUR BEEF STEW 24 oz. can only $1.29V ARMOUR'S TREET 12 oz. can $1.09 FRESH PICK THE CHICK 99 lb. Deeds Norman F. ttoover and Eva Lee t Ioover to Frederick A. Mays and Carol S. Mays, tract, Frankford Dist., $5,700 Leslie F. Windon to Irma S. Fogus, 2.29 acres, Lewisburg Dist., $25,573.49 James B. Pcrsinger and Charlotte L. Persinger to llarold S. Ramsay and Vcrnie Ramsay, 4.43 acres, Irish Corner Dist., $19,000 Charles M. Viers to Darrcl E. Le- wis and Candice Lewis, tracts, Vil- lage of Trout, $15,000 Agnes C. Neel to tlarvey B. Noel, parcels, Lcwisburg Dist., mother to SOIl Tammy Whitt to Donald L. Faulkner, lots, Town of Renick, $8,000 l[oye Brooks Elkins and Judy Lynn Elkins to Elmer Elkins, tract, Meadow Bluff Dist., brother to brother Grace M. l layes to Bryant and Associates, lot, Town of East Ri~nelle, $6,000 Marian Murphy Bowlcs and Ray Bowles to Brian M. Phoebus, lot, Fort Spring Dist., less than $100 Jerry Durward Roberts to Patrick I)anicl Roberts, .427 acres, Town of Renick, father to son Joseph C. Turley IIl to Joseph Chaplin Turlcy It, lot, Meadow Bluff Dist., $437.50 Mildred Kelley 1 lylton tu~d Clayton tlylton to Brcn Ix'c Pittsenbarger and Catherine S. Sampson, lot, Roncev- ertc Municipality, $22,000 William E. Deeg~ms III and Judy A. I)eegans to John Wesley Williams and Jam Lynae Mark, 3.124 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., $72,500 Robert L. I)citz and Mary It. I)citz to Joseph W. Boswell and Mary M. Boswell, lots, Fort Spring Dist., $32,500 William It. [~tliff and Theresa S. Ratliff to Denny E. Wood and Anne R. Wood, parcel, Town of Lcwisburg, $75,000 New Suits Fried Okcll Camp and Theodore Camp vs. lrthcl Morgan Wood and Jane Doe or John Doe, an unknown driver Allcghany Bank Shares, Inc. d/b/ a Grcenbrier Valley National Bank vs. Charles Ridgeway and Lana Ridgcway Summers County l lospital, Inc. A Corporation vs. Roger L. Milam and Peggy J. Milam Mallard Medical Services, Inc. a Corporation vs. Garland C. Crane and Geneva Cr~me Beckley Building Services, Inc. vs. D~miel Crane, d/b/a Crime's Mainte- nance Service dames Franklin Fisher vs. Char- lotto Virginia Fisher Church Revival Six Ronceverte churches will be the sites of a series of nightly services during the Ronceverte Community Revival, set for Sep- tember 30 through October 5. The Ronceverte Ministerial Asso- ciation, representing numerous churches throughout the com- munity, sponsors the event. Music will be presented each evening, and a nursery will be available. Services begin at 7 p.m. Schedule of services-- September 30: Church of the Nazarene, Reverend Fred Perry speaking October 1: St. Catherine's Catholic Church, Reverend Mark Flynn speaking October 2: First Church of God, Reverend David Harris speaking October 3: Trinity United Methodist Church, Father Don Meuret speaking October 4: Main Street United Methodist Church, Reverend Houston Boothe speaking October 5: Ronceverte Presby- terian Church, Reverend Bob of a vehicle which left the scene Of- Van Fossen speaking the accident Sue E. Austin vs. David M. Austin Angela Renee Sheets Masters vs. Charles Kennith Masters, It Michael K. Dawson vs. Jane Clinc, Commissioner WV Department of Motor Vehicles Anderson & Anderson Contrac- tors, Inc., a West Virginia Corpora- tion vs. Circle II Coal Co., Inc., a West Virginia Corporation Surface Banana Company vs. Lc- roy Erskin d/b/a Tri-County Ware- house Produce Cynthia Justice Terry vs. Randy Taylor Terry Ignore our listed prices--take one-third off all of them! Enjoy the convenience and value of mail order--- and get those Christmas shopping chores out of the way early! One-third off all our listed prices! No minimum order amounts! Fantastic variety of colorful gift items for all occasions! Every order shipped promptly by UPS! All items guaranteed! PLUS--oA free sunrise item when you order within fif- teen days of receiving your catalog! 111 E. Washington St. Lewisburg, WV 645-2525 is pleased to sponsor lead artist for CCIll2rj Sl tJi ~1(~ Dr. Clark will be demonstrating his skill before your eyes, sculpting a Woodspirit, Mountaineer, Sea-faring character or gnome from bits of clay. He will sign a favorite statue from your collection. In consideration of others, please bring only two statues. Tom will, of course, be happy to sign all new ones which you purchase at the Artist Signing for his collectors. Please come join Dr. Clark of Cairn Studio at: CHARLESTON TOWN CENTER Center Court - Charleston, WV October 6th, 1990 12-4 pm The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 27, 1990 5A Messen :'j *! KITCHENS CARPETS PLUS 392-6941 9 AM to 5 PM Anjean Road Intersection, Rupert I j '90 Model Year Clearance Cash in on the Savings Nowl Due to tremendous response to our "90 Clearance Sale", we have 30 top quality used cars and trucks that have been pre- inspected to meet your high standardsl 88 Honda Accord LX 4 Dr. - Auto., full power, local (l) owner, sold new, NOW ................. $1g,395 88 Honda Civic 4 Dr. LX - 5 spd., air, tilt, windows, PS, I owner, NOW .......................... $8388 88 Honda Prelude S - 5 spd., power roof, all the ex- ires, like new, sold new, a real beauty ....... $1111,698 88 Honda Prelude $ - $ spd., power roof, loaded op- lions, alloy wheels, N0W .................. $11,295 86 Honda Accord 4 Dr. LX - lull power, local owned & maintained, NOW ............. ~ .......... $6998 89 Sentra 2 Dr. (E) - Auto., tilt, ANVFM cass., air, ex- cellent economy, ........................... $7698 88 Sentra 4 Dr. XE - 4 cyl., auto., PS, cloth trim, lot more ..................................... $749S 87 Maxima SE Sport Sdn. - Has every option available, one owner ........................ $9998 85 Stanza 4 Dr. GL - Full power, auto., trans., extra nice ...................................... $8298 ................ i 89 Subaru GL 4 Wheel Drive StaUon Wgn. - $ spd., air, extra nice ......................... $6995 87 Subaru 4 Dr. GL-10 - Power roof, full power, all options .................................... $7498 86 Subaru GL 3 Dr. H.B. - one of a kind, auto. trans., extra nice ................................. $4498 GENERAL MOTORS .................... 88 Olds CuUaes Supreme 2 Dr. International, ThiS car has everything, one owner ........ $10,49~ $70lds Cutlass Calais 2 Dr. Cpe.. V& auto., air, all power, I owner $689 .......,, ..... .....,.o.... 87 Chev. Cavalier Convertible - VO, auto., PL, PW, lull power ................................. 18998, 86 Olds Clara Brougham 4 Dr. - 4 cyl., auto., air, nice car ................................... $479~ 85 Buick Sommrset 2 Dr. Cpe. - 4 cyl., S spd., air, extra nice car .............................. SSlL~[IJ 83 Cadillac Sdn. Devllle 4 Dr. - Two/tone, extra clean, one owner ........................... $7698 84 Chevrolet Celebrity CL 4 Dr. Sdn. - 4 cyl., auto., cloth trim .... , ............................ $2Se~i 83 Olds Delta 88 Royale - Super nice, late model . ,, ......................................... $39ti)11' 118 Buick IkNTItrIHIIt Or. Cpe. - 4 cyl, | Ipd. lllr~ extra nice car .............................. $|180 $3 Cadllloo Sdn. Devllle 4 Dr. - Two/tone, extra clean, one owner ........................... $7698 84 Chevrolet Celebrity CL 4 Dr. Sdn. - 4 cyl., auto., ClOth trim ........ :, ..... ; ................. S.2+II~ I~ 83 Old, Delta 88 IRoyale Super nice, i'a/, moclet .. : ......................................... 091 i ................... ,I 89 Tempo 4 Dr. GL Sdn. - 4 cyl., S spd., air, extra nice & clean ............................ ... $7991! S0 Ford Escort Wagon - Excellent Family Car ...... ''''+'" "'''~+*''''''* ' ''''''''' ''" ''''" $2880 8S Ford Escort L 2 Dr. - 4 cyl., S spd., air, clean car.. .......................................... $2295 / 89 Nlssan Reg. Cab 4WD - S spd., air, cassette, (1) owner, extra nice ........................... $959S 87 Ford Ranger 4 Wheel Drive ST)( - Super truck for only ................................... $G998 88 Jeep Wagoneer Umlted - Has everything, clean as new ............................. $899S 84 Nlssan King Cab 4 WD P/U - 5-spd. trans., cass., hard to find .......................... $6998 86 Ford Bronco II XLT - V6, auto., two tone, extra nlce~ ...................................... $819S RT. 220- I BILl NORTH OF COVlNOTON 962-7853 vAoL Graver Ford, Gun. Mgr., Barry Mullins, Sales Mgr. Allen Harrison, Cecil Morgan, Columbus ShiftieSt