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Deeds and Cheryl A. O. Bittinger and ttinger, lot, Anthony 000 Warren, Executor, and Executrix, under the Oscar Biars, to Danny Connie S. Warren, Blue Sulphur Dist., Dixon to Michael W. M. Dixon, 4 acres, conveyance from for purpose of ere- r Alderson and Mary At- Trustees of the Es- P. Alderson, to d. C. Mildred Wade Rut- $ I0,000 S. Lusk and Linda M. Miano Harman and one acre, Anthony Patton, Acting State Farmers IIome Ad- for the State of West to the United lot, Town of White $13,000 State Director Home Administra- State of West Virginia, the United States of feet, Village of attorney in fact Shanklin, and Margaret in fact for M. Margaret B. Shan- Shank]in, lot, Town hur Springs, $2,000 !meroy and Virginia W. Pomeroy and parcels, Meadow to child and Rhcda T. Wells and Nila Golden, Dist., $I 7,500 and Jeanctte Larry Drennen and lot, Meadow Bluff Rally Round Oliver Luck tlighcr Education Asst. Founda- tion vs. Peter W. Wilson ltumana of West Virginia Inc. d/ b/a llumana tlospital-Grecnbrier The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 18, 1990 5A Valley vs. Nora C, Mann d.o. vs. Robert E. Scott and Nancy D. Scott d/o. vs. Charles A. Toliver and Mildred Toliver d.o. vs. Reginald L. Pryor Lcnora M. Wilson vs, Jack A. Wilson A pastoral setting in Sweet Springs Valley at Gap Mills was the setting for a political rally September 30 at the Karnes Farm. Oliver Luck, Congressional candidate for the Second Dislrict was the featured speaker at the bean and cornbread dinner. Mr Luck, a lawyer from Morgan- town, discussed his "5-point jobs plan" for West Virginia. He said during the 1980s over 200,000 Julie R. Whited vs. Stanley It. people left West Virginia and Whited over 70,000 jobs were lost. "Un- Sherri D. Roberts vs. Diekie Allen less we have elected officials who Roberts Flowers Baking Company of West have new ideas and are commit- Virginia, Inc., a West Virginia Corpo- ted to providing jobs for West ration vs. Mountaineer Food Stores, Virginia we will continue to lose Inc., and M. T. Moss, an individual people and jobs. My 5-point jobs Joyee Ann Ervin vs. Phillip Alfred plan will help get the state back Ervin Roger D. O'Dell vs. Municipalityon the right track." of the City of I~,inelle and W.H. Mr Luck also discussed the Johnson, Judge of the Municipal federal deficit. "We have a $200 Court of the Municipality of Rainelle Bmlk of White Sulphur Springs, abillion deficit, largely because West Virginia Banking Corporation our Congressmen continue to vs. Timothy W. Bittinger spend our hard-earned taxpayer Shirley Holcomb and Betty dollars on inefficient and waste- llolcomb vs. llarry's Mobile ttomes, Inc. ~'md Southern Hospitality ttomes ful government programs. If Margaret Agnes Morgan tlylton elected, I plan to cut these vs. Richard Emest ltylton wasteful programs and fight to tlumana of West Virginia Inc. d/ b/a llumana tlospital-Greenbrier keep our taxes down. For too Valley vs. l)ebra S. Trevino McDade d,o. vs. James W. Bowling and Janie Bowling d,o. vs. Mary A. Carver d.o. ,vs. Marvin P. Spinks and Gencvive Spinks Sandra Johnson Pitsenbarger vs. long we have allowed liberal con- gressmen to raise our taxes higher and higher. Working families simply cannot afford to pay higher taxes." A country meal was prepared by the Karnes Family. The chil- dren played games. One of the highlights was passing the foot- ball with former WVU & Houston Oiler quarterback, Oliver Luck. The enthusiasm was heightened by the fact that WVU had Just beaten Pitt 38-24, as was re- ported by several loyal Moun- taineer fans who look their ra- dios to the rally. As the evening progressed, Bobby Smith and his bluegrass band furnished entertainment. Thloughout the day Tom and Janet Karnes escorted the guests around their farm on hay rides. The evening concluded with a moonlight hayride. Mr Luck, who spoke to a crowd of over 500 two weeks ago at the Hat Creek Farm near Pe- terstown, was In Union for a town meeting October 10. A light lunch was served and everyone was invited. 'Main Street' Participants Asked To Convene In Capital City Arthur Lee Pitsenbarger Sovran Bank, National Associa- The Governor's Office of Com- tion vs. Jeffrey L. Artis Christine Michele lianna vs. munity and Industrial Develop- James Patrick H~mna ment will be hosting the David B. McClung and Debra P. Governor's Conference on Com- McClung vs. Charles F. tlardiman and Shirley E. tlardiman munity Development (GOCID), Bank orWhite Sulphur Springs, a "Empowering Your Community West Virginia Banking Corporation Through Partnerships," In Char- vs. J. R. Linkous d/b/a J. R. lesion, October 24 and 25, Gov- Linkous Motor Sales and J. R. Linkous Motor Sales ernor Gaston Caperton an- Jacob A. Brown vs. Teresa L. nounced. Brown Mr Caperton, who will ad- Jaequeline Jane Goodall tlager dress the conference's opening vs. Michael Edward liager session, has invited all elected cation. While acting as a loaned executive in 1988 and 1989 to the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry and the Colorado Department of Educa- tion, Gholson was responsible Rldgeway and Juanita Berry L. Montgomery vs. Jane L. Cline, Commissioner, Department of officials,city and county employ- vitalization issues, such as thea- Elmer Lcroy Terry and Motor Vehicles ees and other interested citizens ter rehabilitation, business re- .41 acre, Irish Cor- ' Wallace to George M. B. Wallace, .26 and Meadow Bluff child ~Weet and Margaret M. I. Sweet and Marga- tract, White Sulphur mpson and Lillian F. W. Campbell, and Lisa P. Conover, Dist., $75,000 nia Housing Develop- Oscar j. Bailes and 337 acre, City of grazltor is instrumental- of the State of West lialles and Jean II. O'Brien and Jo- 337 acre, City of and Etta Lively to Grace Baker, 5,850 Municipality, 2tone ill and Ossle W. McCoy and Con- lot, Frankford Dist., onaker to Danny L. C. Keene, lots, te Sulphur Springs, Ross to Jerry W. Creek Dist., Rhodes to O. W. D. Bradford, Creek Dist., First National Bank-I Iighlands vs. Virginia Arbaugh Registered voters who will be out of the county for the General Election on November 6, may vote an absentee ballot in the of- rice of the Circuit Clerk begin- ning October 22. Voting will be 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday, October 22, through Friday, October 26, and Monday, October 29, through Friday, November 2. The last day to vote an absentee ballot will be Saturday November 3, 8:30 a.m. until noon. Be sure to have your Voter's Registration Card with yotl. Gun Group --NRA Goes For Mr Staggers U. S. Representative Harley Staggers has been endorsed for reelection by the National Rifle Associaton (NRA). "The sportsmen and women of West Virginia have been well served by your efforts. We urge these men and women who value their Second Amendment free- doms to go to the polls on elec- tion day, and cast their ballot for you," said NRA Federal Affairs Director James Baker in a letter to Congressman Staggers. to attend this two-day workshop. Also attending will be John Raft-- son, Secretary of the Department of Commerce, Labor and Envi- ronmental Resources and Ann Johnson, Director of GOCID. The Community Development Division, which administers 26 grant and technical assistance programs, funded more than 440 projects last year, totaling $37.7 million. Fred Cutlip, director of the di- vision, said, "Our goal ls to teach communities how to best take advantage of these programs. We want to work with local commu- nities to see them grow and prosper." The conference is designed to make local officials more familiar with community development program areas including, Fuel and Energy, Office of Economic Opportunity, Project Develop- ment, Community Planning, Criminal Justice and Highway Safety, Appalachian Regional Commission and Main Street West Virginia. Workshops will be conducted on each of these pro- grams the first day. Robert K. Gholson, special as- sislant to the vice president of IBM, will speak during the first day on the need for developing community-based vision through business, government and edu- Announcing A Sealy Mattress Sale of King-Size Proportions. Prices Start As Low As $89 Each Piece. t{~uwl~@v" For A limited time only, get king-size savings on select Sealy Mattress sets during the nationwide You're Not Dreaming Sale. When you can get a better buy on a better night's sleep, irs a big deal. for developing and implementing education and Industry partner- ships throughout the state. The second day's agenda pri- marily focuses on Maln Street West Virginia and downtown re- cruitment and retention, volun- Carnegie Hall Gets Grant For Alderson School Project teerism and financing programs. All Main Street West Virginia towns currently in the program or those interested in applying should attend. To pre-register call T. White at 348-4010 or Susan Salisbury at 348-0121. Governor Gaston Caperton announced 35 grants totaling $337,953 through the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven- tion Grant program focusing on the areas of school-aged day care, drug and alcohol preven- tion. technical assistance, train- ing, and juvenile restitution. The grants are awarded to private, non-profit organizations. local governments and state agencies upon recommendation to the governor by his Commit- tee on Crime, Delinquency and Corrections. The 19 school-aged day care projects, which are children's af- ter school programs, will receive funding for personnel, materials and recreational supplies. Nine SAVE $4,758* 1990 CUTLASS SUPREME 4-DOOR Aluminum Wheels, 3.1 litre V-6 engine power door locks, ETR AM/FM/Cass. Maui blue, Demonstrator WAS $17,958 NOW $13,200' drug and alcohol prevention pro- grams In schools and agencies working with youth will receive funds for personnel and curricu- lum materials. The six grants awarded for technical assistance and training programs, will en- able personnel from local private and public agencies to receive training to increase their ability and knowledge of working with youth. The juvenile restitution grants are for rehabilitation pro- grams for delinquents. In thls area Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, received $15,372 for the Alderson After School Pro- gram and Greenbrier Board of Education, $13,620 for a day care program. SAVE $3,711" 1990 CIERA 4-DOOR 3300 V-6 MFI engine, speed control wire wheel covers, ETR AM/FM/Cass. 55/45 seat, tilt wheel WAS $16,611 NOW $12,900" Our Home: West Virginia SAVE $3,962' 1990 EIGHTY-EIGHTY 4-DOOR Driver power seat, power windows & door locks, aluminum wheels, speed control, ETR AM/FM/Cass. WAS $19,662 NOW $15,700* J M Alderson WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS SALE all Sale Date and Mary Ann the T. Boggs, .069 $50,000 obbttt to Robert Munici- Station, Ineor- D. Smith and th, .51 acre, Fort r 8Ults FHed Gibson vs. Dm~cllc Ramey vs. John Gillespie vs. anStavem vs. Nieho- adingham vs. Rinehart White White vs. Terry Ed- Jones vs. Paul R. Srnithson vs. Robert Graham vs. Ma- k Worsham vs. Bar- Friedman vs. Wells Crlffith vs. ttarvey P. Markle vs. Douglas vs. Jeanie Dar- en McClung vs. ng vs. Alton ' Clark vs. Carolyn Sue Martin Casey vs. Dowdy vs. Robert Richards vs. Brian Itottomly vs. Robert Haynes vs. Petra Hammond vs. Itcheon Ham- , widow vs. 125 their spouses, a partnership, nown and un- Montgomery Feury vs. Bridget George vs. Wil- Oct. 19th - 27th South Monroe St., Alderson, WV Phone 445-2851 , own! SAVE $3,404* 1990 CALAIS 4-DOOR Quad 4 engine, ETR AM/FM/Cass. aluminum wheels, speed control, driver 4-way seat, tilt wheel, pulse wipers WAS $15,354 NOW $11,950" SAVE $3,322* 1990 ClERA "S" 4-DOOR 55/45 seat, Tech IV engine criuse control, tilt wheel, pulse wipers company car WAS $15,232 NOW $11,900 SAVE $5,275* 1990 TORONADO COUPE 3800 V-6 SFI enjine, driver & pass. power seat, illumination package, custom two-tone, ETR AM/FM/Cass. with equalizer WAS $24,175 NOW $18,900' See one of our professional salespeople about other new Oldsmobiles or 10 used Oldsmobiles in inventory "56 years proud because promises made were kept" * Offer expires October 27, 1990. Savings include factory rebate. Taxes & fees not included 1 Mile South of 1-64 Lewisburg, WV. 645-2424 ? ,f i: !i !!