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12A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 25, 1990 John Strand's Awards Listed LTC John A. Strand Ill gradu- ated from the United States Mill- tary Academy in 1968 and was commissioned in the Infantry. He received a Master's in Busi- ness Administration and a Master's in Operations Research Engineering from "IMlane Univer- sity. His military education in- cludes: the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses: Ranger, Airborne, and Pathfindor Schools; and the Armed Forces Staff College. LTC Strand's troop assign- ments include: Platoon Leader, Company Commander and Bat- talion Operations Officer, Ist Battalion, 51st Infantry in Ger- many; Company Commander and Battalion Operations Officer, Ist Battalion, 46th Infantry In Vietnam; Battalion Executive Of- ricer, Ist Battalion, 8th Infantry; and Deputy Chief of Staff, 4th Infantry Division (Mech), Fort Carson, Colorado. His staff as- signments Include: the US Army Concepts Analysis Agency; Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. and Plans (HQDA); the US Army Engineer Center and School; the Army Model Management Office; and the US Armsr Combined Arms Combat Developments Activity. LTC Strand served his most recent assignments at Ft. Leav- enworth as Executive Officer to the Commander of the Com- bined Arms Center and Director of the Future Battle Laboratory in the Command and Control Di- rectorate of the Combined Arms Combat Developments Activity. LTC Strand's awards and decorations include: the Bronze Star Medal with 2 oak leaf clus- ters; the Bronze Star. Medal with V device, 2 oak leaf clusters; Purple Heart; Meritorious Serv- ice Medal with 3 oak leaf clus- ters; Army Commendation Medal with 2 oak leaf clusters; Para- chutist Badge; Ranger Tab; Pathfinder Badge; Combat Infantryman's Badge; Expert Infantryman's Badge; and the Army General Staff Identification Badge. LTC Strand and his wife, Gin- nie, with their four children, Jay, Kirsten, Ashlelgh, and Steve, plan to make their home in Leavenworth, Kansas. Ginnie received Commander's Award for Public Service from Department of the Army. Ginnie L. Strand is the daughter of Norma and the late Charles Lemon of Lewlsburg. John is the son of John A. and Vera Strand of Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Free Property Taxation Sessions i Property taxation in Green- brier County and West Virginia can be a very confusing issue. Are you often puzzled by the amount of money you owe in real estate and personal property taxes? From time to time have you wondered just what your particular taxes finance in our county and state? In the event your taxes are calculated incor- rectly, what would be your proper recourse? All these questions and many more will be answered for you in a three-part series of I-I/2 hour discussions on property taxation featuring Dale Colyner, WVU professor of agricultural eco- nomics and Anthony Ferrise, WVU professor and extension rural development specialist, ac- companied by our local Green- brier County elected officials and legislators. The three (absolutely free) sessions . . . on the consecutive Monday evenings of October 29, November 5 and November 12 from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Green- brier County Courthouse are sponsored by the West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service and are available to all persons without regard to race, color, sex, national origin or handicap. These sessions are also open to taxpayers in surrounding counties who want to learn how to compute their property taxes or who have questions about the tax process. Classifieds 647-5724 Rudy Holbrook Earns CLU Di' Rudy H. Holbrook, CLU, of the Equitable Financial Companies office in Lewisburg, has earned the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) diploma and professional description from The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylva- nia. One of the nation's oldest and largest accredited, nontradi- tional educational institutions, the College specializes in profes- sional education in financial sci- ences. The CLU designation is awarded to persons who com- plete a ten-course program of study and examinations and ful- fill rigid experience and ethical requirements. Over 63,000 per- sons have Leen awarded the CLU designation since the Col- lege was founded in 1927. Mr Holbrook began his career with The Equitable in 1982 after having owned and operated Kings Row Fireplace Shop and the Stuffed Dragon Restaurant. He graduated from West Virginia State College and retired from the United States Army in the grade of LTC. He is an elder in the Ronceverte Presbyterian Church, has served on Presby- tery committees since 1978 and co-sponsored the Ronceverte Senior Hlgh Youth Fellowship with his wife Lynn for four years. Mr Holbrook is a current mem- ber and a past president of the Greenbrier Valley Life Underwrit- ers. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors of the Greenbrier Community Services Council, the Greenbrier Valley United Way, is president elect of the Greenbrier Valley Inter Agency Council, a member of the American Red Cross Disaster ..... Rudy H. Holbrook Response Committee and is a past member of the South East- ern Regional Workshop Board of Directors. Mr Holbrook is the volunteer Director of Greenbrier County's Office of Emergency Services and serves on Green- brier County's Communication Board and the Local Emergency Planning Committee. He is also a member of West Virginia's Emer- gency Services Council and En- hanced 911 Council. Mr Holbrook is active in the Roncev- erie Lions Club, having served two terms as President as well as one term as Zone Chairman and three terms as Deputy District Governor in the District Cabinet. He is also a member of Black Diamond Girl Scout Council and is a charter member of the Men of Greenbrier Barbershop Cho- rus. The CLU program was de- signed by University of Pennsyl- vania Professor Solomon S. \ AT YOU R SU PER DEA DEMONSRATORS 1990 OLDS DELTA ROYALE 4 DOOR SEDAN 1990 OLDS DELTA ROYALE BROUGHAM 1990 OLDS CALAIS "S" COUPE 1990 OLDS CALAIS 4 DOOR SEDAN == LEGHANY M STOCK# SAVE" STOCK# SAVE' 90-56 $4t29 1990 OLDSCIERRA"S"SEDAN 90-111 $3846 90-53 $4380 1990 GEO PRIZM G.S. 4 DOOR 90-150 $2664 90-385$2.431 1990 CHEVY LUMINA EURO SPORT4 DOOR 90-389 $3416 90-270$3294 1990 SUBARU LEGACY L WAGON Auto 90-18 $3602 * Includes All Factory Incentives PROGRAM UNITS WAS N0W t 1990 OLDS CALAIS "S" - red, 4 door, less than, 3,000 miles, a.t., p.s., p.b., a.c., stock# 90-302 ................................................................. $11,995 1990 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME COUPE- s.w. withatl options, less than 10,000 miles, new cost $22,000, stock# 90-351 ............... $16,495 1990 CHEVY LUMINA EURO SPORT- 4 door, white, p.s., p.w., p.l., stereo, air, alloy wheels, much more, stock # 90-395 ............... $13,995 1990 CH EVY B ERETTA COUPE- red, full power, air, cass, tilt, like new, only 7500 miles, stock #.90-391 ........................................... $10,995 1990 CHEVY CORSICA-4 door, blue, full power, air, stereo, les than 9,800 miles, stock # 90.431 ......................................................... $9,995 1990 GEO METRO LS- white, a.t., p.s., air. stereo, less than 8,000 milesl stock # 90-472 ......................................................................... $8,995 $9,995 $14,695 $t2A95 $9,295 $9,295 $7995 We have 19 more Factory Program Cars that just came from Harrisonburg Auto Auction, complete GM line from '90 model Metro's to '90 Cadillacs. Remember the Super Dealer can put you in a 1990 model car for a lower bottom line than anybody! USED CARS & TRUCKS,. PIcK YOUR PRICE RANGE 000 988 BUICK REGAL LIMITED COUPE 1988 CHEVY 1/2 TON CHEYENE- I. bed, air 1987 DODGE CARAVAN- loaded 1989 FORD MUSTANG LX 1989 PONTIAC GRAND AM 7.500 1988 FORD TEMPO AWD 1985 CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 1987 1/2 TON CHEVY- loaded 1986 DODGE RAMCHARGER SE 1988 DODGE D100 1988 FORD TAURUS 4 DOOR 1987 GMC EXT. CAB 4X2 7.000 1985 CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 1987 CHEVY BEAUVILLE 12 PASS. VAN 1986 CHEVY 1/2 TON- auto, air 1987 MERCURY TOPAZ LS AWD 1987 OLDS FIRENZA GT COUPE 5,000 1988 CHEVY CORSICA 1985 HONDA CIVIC WAGON A.T. ,000 1983 BUICK Le SABRE 4 DOOR 1982 1984 1985 1984 CHEVY C-101/2 SILVERADO 52K miles CHEVY CAVALIER 4 DOOR CHEVY K-10 4X4 FORD RANGER 4X4 2.500 1984 BUICK REGAL 4 DOOR SEDAN 1983 CHEVY CAPRICE 1979 CHRYSLER Le BARON- low miles, clean 3 500 1981 FORD F-150 4X4 1986 FORD TEMPO 3,000 1983 AMC EAGLE WAGON 4X4- auto 1984 CHEVY CELEBRITY 2 DOOR SEDAN 1983 FORD FUTURA- 43K miles, like new 1982 FORD RANGER 4X2 1982 GRAND PRIX COUPE 1984 PONTIAC WAGON PARISIANNE 2 O00 1980 BUICK REGAL 2 DOOR 1977 MONTE CARLO- 1 owner, new tires 1981 CHEVY MALIBU CLASSIC COUPE 1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 4 DOOR 1981 PLYMOUTH RELIANT 4 DOOR-68K miles REMEMBER NEW USED, FACTORY OR ANYTHING IN THE AUTO LINE SEE THE SUPER DEALER FOR THE LOWEST BOTTOM LINE. CHECK US OUT AND MAKE US PROVE IT! YOUR SUPER DEALER COVl NIA ,,,.,,..,.o,o,,,ou, 1-703-962"2274 Lo.ted beside Roses & Kroge, Store, Off Exit 4 Off 1-64 Lexington Ave., Covington VADL 1-800-842-6185 Huebner, who College's founding, career education and women surance field agement. Courses damentals of llfe surance, pension surflnce law, investments and management, estate economics and ance. Of 26 Twenty-six craftspeople wares at the 14th son Arts and Crafts The event, spon= Alderson Junior drew 35 exhibitors. in newly Junior High School Exhibitors mond, Edith Honaker, Yurt, Melvin Gray, son; Jean Willey Flint, Beulah Price, Kincaid of Rupert; and Doris Cliver Lois Tieto of Adkins of ley and Linda brenner of Lester of Hanover; of Ronceverte; Pox; Marcia Genneta Schiedkamp of Davidson of Canterbury gins of Rock; and ics of Tazewell, The Woman's son also particl booth, and The Alderson Librar Used Booksale. Alderson participated. played its fine art projects. Winners of the awards were: Gene and Linda Lewisburg; Most Schiedkamp Most Informative terbury of Union; Margie Jones Needlework Davidson of Woman's Club Award -- Sallie Price of Rupert. Lester of Hanover. Winners in categories at the Ceramics: Painting: Kincaid; Sandy Tole Painiing:~ Wood: Carol Yurt; Quilts: Beulah Price, Flowers: Sirelda tigrew; Baby Ct Jean Akers, Jean McVey; Eggleston, Pencil: ter Color: Elaine K. Cross-stitch: Sandy Beasley, Latch Hook: Stuffed Toy or lff; Old Quilts: kets: Moody Madelene MoseS, Mabel Smithson; Marguerite S. crafted: Sireld Clymer, Hope Hardesty, R. Morgan; iff. Becky Pence, tin. The Arts vat was made donations of door prizes by and the Festival Valle3 Food Center. Ing, Lobban Greenbrier Mc Alderson Lions Rotary Club, Alderson partment StOl Medical Arts grass Electric, Dr Romeo Co., Valley Sassy ScissorS, First National erte, Sears, L Donna's Flower IGA, One Floral, Agri McGulre Shoppe, Eagle Building Alderson, Sll Specialties, John's Paint Hanson press Mart, Foster Real Agent, Muddy Creek Sawmill, Fast Motors, Heilig Pioneer Drug, Shoneys, try Store, Variety Cleaners