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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 4, 1990 FROM THE MAYOR'S DESK By: l'.L. Gainer, Mayor City of Lewisburg I need to clear tip some confu- sion about City pick up of leaves that was caused by a previous communication. Talking about problems at the landfill, 1 men- tioned that yard wastes -- leaves, grass clippings, etc, ac- counted for 30 per cent of tile flow into the landfill arid such materials would be prohibited some time in the future. It was not my intention that the City not pick up yard waste, but that these wastes would not enter the landfill. For tile past few years, all leaves have been placed In a compost pile behind tt~ City shop. At ~nne point in h,e fu- lure. grass clippings and the yard waste will also be corn- posted rather than hauled to the landfill. As our usual custom each fall, the City will pick tip bagged leaves at the curb. Please do not rake leaves into the street antici- pating thai the City will pick them up. Wind and rafn collabo- rate to clog our storm drain sys- tem with such leaves. We can't keep up with the ones that fall naturally to tile street. Place bagged leaves at the curb lbr pick-up. There is no need to call City Hall, since the truck will gather them when in your neighborhood. 7-13 Sarah Lee Neal (left), Ramona Goutiers, Nadine Smith Democrat Women's Economic Views The regular monthly meeting of tire Greenbrier County Demo- cratic Women's Club was held September 26 at the Court- house. Sarah Lee Neal, presi- dent, introduced Democratic candidates for office. The program was presented by Ramona Goutiere. executive director of the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corpora- lOth * ,. District VFW Meets At Renick by two ottrer Democratic Women's Clubs. Reports were heard from dele- The Tenth District meeting of the Department of West Virginia, Veterans of Foreign Wars. was held September 16 at the Renick Firehouse. The representative for the posts in the district was Ralph Stump, Past Commander from Saint Albans. He spoke on the various programs the Veter- ans are engaged in and espe- cially on membership. The Tenth District has nine posts and seven were represented at this meeting. The representative for the auxiliary was Frances Goff, senior vice president from RI- pley. She spoke on the hospital program, cancer program and membership. The district has five auxiliaries; four were repre- sented at the meeting. There was a contest on the Buddy Poppy program, Mary Crigger of Rainelle is the district chairman. gates who attended the state She asked each auxiliary to take convention held in Wheeling. At- a pillow decorated with poppies. tending as delegates from the Frances Goff did the judging. Greenbrier Club were Sarah Lee Rainelle won for the most pop_ Neat, Nadine L. Smith, Sandra pies used and Cralgsville won for Morgan, Imogene Darnell, Hea the prettiest. Mary Walker, Harvey, Irma Powell, and Americanism Chairman. read Mildred McClung Craig. about the Constitution of the p nil nllnllilln n II n niim n n n n n n n n n n n ii Lion. Ms. Goutiere said tile Mrs Neat reported on a recep- United States which was 203 | WALTER E. DEACON, II | corporations mission was to Lion for Senator Rockefeller years old September 17, 1990. "achieve orderly, long-term at the Greenbrier Valley Airport, The Cancer Chairman, Ann Kun- ,,| BS, MS, MBA, PE, MD .1 growth in employment and bust-which was co-hosted by the drat, had "Christmas in Septem- ness activity in Greenbrier, Democratic Executive Committee ber" Memorial Roll at the Fall :'ORTHOPEDIC SUnGERY ,J~ | Monroe and Pocahontas counties and Democratic Women's Club. Conference which was held in by creatively applying the tal- Sea Harvey, the first state Lewisburg. The Memorial Roll is ents, knowledge and skills of tile president of the Federation ofin memory of a friend or loved : O * ORTHOPEDIC ~ H_AND SURGERY : Greenbrier Valley's most ~alu-Democratic Women, Inc., elected one -- $5 for each name submit- able resource: people." in 1964, gave a history of the ted. The School of Instruction | O JOINT RZPLnCEMENT O FnnCTURES t During the business session formation of the State Federa- was on the By-Laws. The Chap- tile group voted to issue an invi- |ion. lin, Joyce Dyer, asked for a ~ )~ " SPORTS MEDICINE ARTHRITIS , ration to Margaretta Leach. State It was announced that a poem from each Chaplin in the = President of the West Virginia Democratic Fundraiser will be Department so she make make | T ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY a Federation of Democratic held Saturday, October 20, at Prayer Book for President Linda |.d * Low BACK INJURIES KN'EE INJURIES : Women, Inc., to hold the 1991 the Rupert Community Hill. Those attending from John i'k"3~ ~? PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDICS ~ State Convention in this area. Building, and everyone is invited Page Post and Auxiliary #4484 _ District 2, of which the Green-to attend. A turkey dinner will be were, E. R. and Mary Crigger, brier County Democratic served. Tickets are $10 per per- Mary and Gene Walker, Carlos ! /II 647-4727 ! Women's Club is a part, will host son. and Dewey Bishop. Goldie and i II the convention. Mrs Neal said The next Club meeting will be David Treadway, Harold Lytle, | Greyr0ck Professional Park Fairlea, WV | bids for the convention have 7:30 p.m. October 31 at the George Pitsenbarger. Freddie ~mmmmiminmmmm====mmmmmmmmmmm~ been submitted to state officials Greenbrier County Courthouse Willy, Forest Loudermllk, XT-METRli Steebbelled aeason rldial *'S'Spee0 rated .M&S rated RENEGADE XT RENEGADE SO Series 70 Series Sleet-Milled all St eel/ belted all scion radial season radial "S" Speed rated .'S" Speed rated P215/60SR14 P185/70R13 RWL GUARANTEED 50,000 GUARANTEED 50,000 MILES OR 3 YEARSMILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE SIZE P235/6OSR14 P185/70SR 14 P245/60SR14 P235/80SR15 P215/70SR 14 P245/6OSR15 P225/70SR15 P275/60SR15 P235f/osR15 P215/65SR15 P255F/OSR15 OIL, LUBE & FILTER | s189s $500 REGULAR PRICE I I I I I i I I FRONT END I ALIGNMENT I 95 I I Most Cars i Trust Angle | Alignment I s34" I SIZE PRICE 235/75R15 $39.95 ] /t0soms 49.95 ISOR S.S 54.95 Z S/SSRtS 45.95 Free Tim Rotation Evecy S,000 M.*e. Only Metro 25 Give= You A W,,wanty On Price And Mileage. See Us For 0stalls MiLEAGE WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED AND WILL BE ADJU8TED ON A PRoRArA BASIS USING CURRENT pmc~.s. -- a "Meet Your Candidates" nighL All state and county Democratic candidates are in- vited to attend and will be allot- ted time in which to present their qualifications for office. Dorothy Buckingham, Monna Tlncher. Vivlan Lusher, Bobbl and Eugene Goddard, Klm and Ferrall Brown and Helen Wil- liams. Roger W. Mayhew, M. A. Private Practice- Licensed Counselor Individual, Group, Marriage and Family Hypnosis-Weight Loss, Smoking Control and Stress Management 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Evenings by Appointment 645-7641 Humana Hospital - Greenbrier Valley would like to introduce someone special. Dr. Alan Lee has recently joined the medical staff of Humana Hospital - Green- brier Valley. He is a Gen- eral Surgeon in private prac- tice with Greenbrier Physi- cians, Inc., in Ronceverte. Dr, Lee is a native of Long Beach, CA, and is a gradu- ate of the Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Miami, FL. He completed his residency at the Detroit Osteopathic/Bi- County Community Hospi- tal and was chief resident there in 1989-90. Dr. Lee enjoys climbing, snowskiing and hiking which made the Greenbrier Valley very attractive to him. To make an appointment with Dr. Lee, call: 647-5115 200 Maplewood Avenue Ronceverte, WV ... "'. P155/80R13 G UA RAN TEED 6O, 000 MILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE P165/80R13 P175/80R13 P185/80R13 P18575R14 P195.qSR14 P205/75R14 P205/75R15 P215/75R15 P235/75R15 155SR12 GUARANTEED 4O, OOO MILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE 155SR13 165SR13 185SR14 165SR15 175/70SR13 185/70SR13 185/70SR14 195/70SR14 155SR12 GUARANTEED 40,O00 MILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE LT235/75R 15 6 PLY ROWL 31X10.50R15 6 PLY ROWL 33X15.50R15 PLY ROWL .75t::116.5 8 PLY BLK 9.50R 1 6.5 8 PLY BLK 155SR12 GUARANTEED 4O, OOO MILES OR 3 YEARS SIZE P205/7515 ROWL P215/7515 ROWL P235f7515 ROWL 7.5OR16BLK 8 PLY 8.00R16.5 8 PLY 8.75R16.5 8 PLY 9.5OR16.5 8 PLY LT235/85R16 8 Tires ' RED OAKS SHOPPING CENTER FAIRLEA, W.VA. 645-6610 8 PLY BLK Monday-Friday 7:30 AM- 5:30 PM SATURDAY 7:30 AM- 1:00 PM Betsy At VOCA VOCA Cor brier Center dition of Betsy Alli staff as Vocational rector. Having lived in County for the past Allder is a member land Presbyerian President of the Council for dcrs. She received a gree in History Commonwealth well as a Master's Marshall University tional Education arid Degree from West lege of Graduate cial Education. Ms Allder's ground includes teaching in the and five years Correctional Center. glad to have the o use and expand and abilities with the poration. Having special education 1o brier County look forward to adult developmenl population in tunitles to assist towards employabillty sufficiency." Ms Allder's tasI~ brier Center will coSrdinating ences for 56 clients vising the staff the services. Mountain Stands In West . . . . .,.y:. ..:(:.. Yarid's 9 Every Coat & Jacket Storewide for Ladies & Gentlemen Friday, October 5th Saturday, October 6th Monday, October Lewisburg VISA, MASTER CARD, AMEg 64 %5000 YARID'S CHARGE