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Cancer Deaths Be Avoided' This Is Energy Awareness Month 321 West Virginia breast cancer. time period, 45 of cervical cancer. numbers may In comparison number of deaths, that practically all were avoidable, Department Human Resources a Willis-Miller in of a five year by the Center national compari- of breast can- West Virginia was females. West thirty-second in the other 49 ton, D.C. lower than the rate of 32.8 per Volunteer Fire Will test all fire hy- Lewisburg Water 11, 18 and 25 10 p.m. expect to have water until ap- tlOon on Friday. The be tested once a for a Class g. .5724 From 1984-1986 national comparison data, the rate of cer- vical cancer deaths in West Vir- ginia was 5.6 per 100,000 fe- males., West Virginia ranked third in comparison to the other 49 slates and Washington, D.C. This was much greater than the national death rate of 3.7 per 100,000 females. "These overwhelming statis- tics and the critical need to bet- ter educate wolnen and health professionals about early detec- tion were the premises for the funding request made by the West Virginia Department of ttealth and Human Resources, Bureau of Public Health to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Ms Willis-Miller said. The first year award of $400,000 from CDC will enable the Bureau of Public Health to establish surveillance capacity. develop linkages with organiza- tions invoh, ed with breast and cervical cancer detection, treat- ment and follow-up care and to prepare for expanding access to all levels of service. "We owe special thanks to Senator Robert C. Byrd, for working so hard to secure fund- ing for this program last year in a federal appropriations bill. We are most anxious to begin on this five year initiative to lower the rate of deaths resulting from breast and cervical cancers," Ms Willis-Miller said. The Breast and Cervical Can- cer Program will be administered through the newly established Women's Services Unit in the Bureau of Public health. Proclaiming October Energy Awareness Month." G.,)vernor Gaston Capcrton has called on President George Bush mad Con- gress to develop a nauonal en- ergy policy. Governor Caperton said. "I hope that Energy Awareness Month inspires West Virginians and the naiion to practice energy conservation every day." "Recent events in the Middle East have forced us to realize the economic impact of not having a national energy policy. I call on the President and Congress to develop a national energy policy to reduce our dependency on foreign energy sources and in- crease our use of alternative en- ergy sources, including West Vir- ginia coal," the governor said. "The nation should act quickly on a policy of energy in- dependence, and Energy Aware- ness Month will help us realize the importance of this issue." he added. Sponsored by the state's Fuel and Energy Office, the energy awareness campaign's goal is to make each citizen aware el energy's sources, its wise and ef- ficient use, and its importance to economic prosperity and na- tional security. "A theme of "Plan It for the Planet" focuses on the planned use of energy and resources con- sistent with environmental pres- ervation," according to Governor Caperton. information packages and promotional posters are avail- able from the Fuel and Energy Office by calling toll-free 1-800- 642-9012. The Fuel and Energy The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 18, 1990 9B Theatre Sponsors Spooky Party Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) will weave Halloween magic for you this season! Enjoy fortune telling, ghost storytelling, a performance of "the Monster Mash," a ttalloween skit, apple bobbing, plus food and drink (non-alcoholic) along with con- Dinner Slated Northern Greenbrier Alnbu- lance Service will sponsor their second annual Dinner at the Greenbrier Youth Camp Novem- ber 10 from 5 to 7 p.ln. Members of tile squad will go door to door collectin6 for the event. "We l)opeto reach everyone within our service area, if some- one isn't home the first time we'll go back at a later date. We had such a tremendous response from the community members last year we decided to hold the dinner again. Our goal is to raise the appropriate funds to pur- chase a replacement ambulance and other needed equipment," according to Judy Fogus, a para- medic with the Ambulance Serv- ice. "A donation of $25 entitles holder to two steak dinners and to be eligible for two drawings for $25 and a $1000 drawing. A $15 donation entitles holder to one steak dinner and eligible lbr one drawing of $25 and also the $1000 drawing. Each inember will explain in detail how the diner works and answer any questions you may have about the ambulance service. "rickets Office is a program of the are available from any squad Governor's Office of Community member or at C W Service in and Industrial Development. Frankford. " " '," ALUMINUM G U TTERING Also specializing in HEARTLAND VINYL SIDING with manufacturer's lifetime guarantee ' Serving the area since 1978 3ES - EXPERTLY INSTALLED 497-2798 Renick ucmng... All New igned Car For 90's! Lynn Smith, M.D. Dorris Ragsdale, M.D. Michael Barri, M.D. Steven Walter, M.D. Announces new office hours at the White Sulphur Springs location Men. & Fri. 10:30 - 4:00 Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 - 4:00 Wed. 10:30 - 12:00 Call 536-lO14 fi)r an appointment SEARS Limited time offer,..Oct 15 thru Nov 30, 1990 Hurry and save more for your floor with one of these 6 Armstrong carpets protected by a 5-yr. stain-resistant warranty and a 5-yr. limited warranty CHARMSWAY RADIANT BEAUTY Sculptured saxony nylon carpet polyester carpet 8 colors carpet * soil hiding Teflon 5-yr limited 30 colors protection warranty only * 30 colors $8.99sa. .. w., was $9.99 was $ i 9.99 FOREVER ELEGANT TRUE DELIGHTS Sculptured plush Dupont Saxany plush texture Stainmaster~ nylon Anso V Worry Free carpet nylon carpet 22 colors 22 colors Saxony plush Dupont Stainmaster nylon TODAY'S PROMISE Saxony plush Dacron SQ. YD." was $11.99 was $18.99 COLOR MEDLEY 1991 NJssan Sentra Sentra is the affordable car that makes you are in the sports sedan class. Sentra incorporates many of the qualities with European sports sedans: Styling, Design, Performance, Construction, new Sentra has a 16-valve, 1.6 horsepower, 4 cyl. engine--the most pow engine in it class. I!, Smllb mllu b era' # 1 0ul tto, ,VA t.TW VAIn. !~ LOWeSt Ikmm Une tests and prizes at the GVT Hal- loween Costume Party Fund- raiser, Saturday October 27 from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m., at the GVT Barn. Greenbrier Valley Airport. Characters from the scary to the ridiculous will be your guides through the ttalloween atmosphere that only GVI" and the Barn can provide. "lake your own carved or painted pumpkin and enter it trite the Ptmlpkin Decorating Contest: enter con- tests for either "most comedic," "most dramatic," costume or "most creative;" arid the ttallow- een Dance Contest. All contests will be offered for K-2. 3-6, 7-12, and adult. Support the Greenbrier Valley Theatre in its 25th anniversary year! General admission of $5 per person is a tax-deductible contribution to GV'F. College Gets New Librarian Catherine Lee, librarian for the Greenbrier Community Col- lege, has returned to her duties after attending the annual con- ference of the West Virginia Li- brary Association, held in con- junction with the Governor's Conference on Libraries. Mrs Lee, a native of New Jer- sey, joined the Greenbrier Col- lege staff this summer, filling the position of librarian which was previously held by Jack Stacy. Having studied at Rutgers University, Mrs Lee received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of South Florida in Saint Petersburg and her mas- ters of library science from the University of South Florida at Tampa. She is a member of the American Library Association, the West Virginia Library Asso- ciation and the Southeastern Li- brary Association. She supervises the three- member staff which serves the nearly 550 students who attend Greenbrier College from Green- brier, Monroe. Pocahontas. Sum- mers, Fayette and Nicholas counties. The library is also open to area residents not affiliated with the school as it is primarily a research-oriented facility. Open Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Li- brary maintains nearly 10,000 volumes at the Greenbrier I Tew2enPhnwr tCs [ C&P Telephone, which will once again publish West Virginia -- It's Youl. the state's ofl lal tourism guide, Is seeking maga- zine writers to work on the 1991 edition, according to C&P spokesman Jim Davis. "C&P publishes this guide as a part of our continuing partner- ship with the state for economic development," Mr Davis said. "A boost to travel and tourism, fhe state's second largest Industry, can have an Immediate and positive impact on the state's economy. We want to have West Virginia writers for thts book. because they're the ones who can best describe the assets of our state." The writers will work on a free-lance basis. Individual writ- ers will be assigned to each of eight regions of the state and will be responsible for all editorial copy in their section. The regions are Eastern Gate- way, Potomac Highlands, Moun- tain Lakes, Mountaineer Coun- try, Northern Panhandle, Mid- Ohio Valley, Metro Valley and New River/Greenbrier Valley. Applicants for the work should have knowledge of the region for which they would write, as well as subject matter knowledge on transportation, sports, cultural events and at- tractions of the area. Writers with a fresh perspec- tive on regional travel in the Mountain State should send a resume and no more than two clips, by October 19, to Deborah Auerbach-Deutsch, Editor-ln- Chief, Bell Atlantic Specialty Guides, 6701 Democracy Boule- vard, 9th Floor, Bethesda, Mary- land 20817. For Monroe The Monroe County Library has asked Karen Vuranch of the Youth Museum In Beckley, to conduct a storytelling workshop October 20 from 1 to 3 p.m. Storytelling Is an art that en- compasses both performance and the study of traditional life. In the course of learning to tell stories, students will not only have the opportunity to work on dramatic presentations, but it will help preserve the culture of Valley:s only ndergraduate in. the world around them. .................. stitution of higher education. The library plans to give stu- Marriage Seminar Set In Lewisburg A marriage enrichment semi- nar entitled "Practical Guidelines from Spiritual Principles" will be held at the Lewisburg City Fire Hall on Foster Street. Dates for the seminar are Friday, October 19 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and continuing Saturday, October 20 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Topics to be covered are com- munications In marriage, needs and expectations, and conflict and problem solving. The pro- gram will be presented by Dr John E Grauley who holds his doctorate in Pastoral Counsel- ing. Pre-registration fee is $I0 per couple and $5 per person. Fee includes cost of syllabus, semi- nar materials, and lunch on Sat- urday. Please make checks pay- able to "Marriage Enrichment Seminar" and mail to Marriage Enrichment Seminar c/o 302 North Lafayette St., Lewisburg 24901. Late registration will be $12 per couple or $6 per person. For more information please call 647-4295 or 445-2421. rh* U,. enger '] ~LLSERVINGI PEOPLE I dents free recording tapes and study guides to help them de- velop their projects. Follow-up workshops will be held every two weeks. A video recording of stu- dents telling stories will be made and distributed to area schools. The library would llke to en- courage parents and children to try to attend at least the first workshops together. Please plan to attend October 20 at the Monroe County Library. Public Auction October 20 The Monroe County Board of Education will hold a public auction October 20 at the Monroe County Vocational Tech- nical Center, WeikIe Road, Lind- side. Surplus equipment includ- ing electric and manual type- writers, calculators, copiers, du- plicators, table saws, Jointer, miscellaneous ship equipment, ranges, washers, movie projec- tors, opague projectors, floor buffer (new), piano, student desks, television sets. tables and other miscellaneous classroom equipment will be auctioned. Payment in cash shall be ex- pected at the time of sale. All equipment purchased shall be removed from school property before 3 p.m. on October 22, 1990. Jim Hines will serve as auc- tloneer. Auction Moving Sale! Saturday Oct. 20, 1990 10:00 A.M. Marlinton, WV: (Take Back Mt. Rd. at Edray, go approx. 2 miles, turn right at Calvary Baptist Church Sign, 2nd. house on left Real Estate: Alderny Woods Subdivision lot # 3, including 1 level t acre M/L, new (1989 wood frame 3 BR home, well, ~eptic, cable, elec., & phone .--And-- 1 acre to be surveyed prior to Sale date M/L clear level lot, septic and approved in Alderny Woods Subdivision. Real Estate Terms: 10% down on day of Sale Balance in 30 days upon delivery of deed. for prior viewing Contact Gary Galford (304) 799-7463 or Pat Buckley (304)-799-7355 'Personal Property: cinder blocks, 2 bee hives & Smoker, camper top, Yamaha 650 maxim 4 cyl. motorcycle, 1979 Ford 1/2 ton pickup, 2WD, 302 engine, motorcycle camping trailer, 24 ft. alum. extension ladder, Rototille~ ( like new), Porch furniture, push lawn mower,craftsman 10" table saw, couch and chair, (like new), kitchen table w/6 chairs, misc. dishes, vacuum cleaner, Black & Decker hand belt sander, Craftsman radial arm saw-7 1/2", well bucket, bow w/arrows 55 lb. pull, Radiator & Alternator for 1971 Ford pick-up Sale Conducted for Pat Buckely, who is moving out of the area. All Items are in exc. condition * Owner has right to reject bid on Real Estate Galford's Auction Service Col. Gary Galford, #339 [ GA FORD,S / 779-7463 / 779-7463 I-'