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2A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 31, 1991 Greenbrier Valley Theatre Yard Sale November 2, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Barn Theatre, Greenbrter Valley Airport, IVIaxwelton. Household furniture, rugs, glassware, cur- tains, clothing, books, and novelty items. rts and Crafts of the USA' November 2, noon to 7 p.m.; and November 3, noon to 5 p.m., White Sulphur Springs Junior High School gymnasium. Admission: 25 cents. Sponsored by Woman's Club of Whlte Sulphur Springs spaghetti Dinner November 2, 5-7 p.m., White Sulphur Springs Junior High School cafeteria. Sponsored by White Sulphur Springs Junior High School Band Boosters Turkey Dinner November 9, 5-7 p.m., Emmanuel United Methodist Church fellow- shlp hall, White Sulphur Springs. $6 for adults, $2.50 for children under 10. Carry-out dinners available. Homemade baked goods sale also. John Page VFW Post Auxiliary, Ralnelie Veterans' Day party for resklents of Autumn Way Nursing Home, Rupert, November 1 I, 2 p.m. All auxiliary members urged to be present. VFW Veterans' Day Observance John Page VFW Post and Auxiliary will attend the November 10 7 p.m. service of the First Baptist Church of Rainelle. Post members will meet in church parking lot at 6:45 p.m. Fire Safety Program November 12, 6:30 p.m., John Page VFW Post Home, Ralnelle. Presentation by Barney Wade of Meadow Br~Ige Volunteer Fire Department. Public invited. District VFW Meeting November 10, I p.m., Caldwell Presbyterian Chapel. District 10. Shooting Match Every Saturday starting November 2, 7 p.m. New Williamsburg Fire House. Sponsored by the Williamsburg Rescue Squad. Telethon For Clinton McMillion's medical expenses. November 3, 1:30-5:15 p.m. B&M parking lot, Quinuxx~. Gospel groups. WYKM broad- casting. Donations may be mailed to Clinton McMillion Medical Pund, ~ Box 40, Quinwood 25981-0040 Revival Services Williamsburg Pentecostal Holiness Church, beginning November 3, 7 p.m. Speaker Richard Kingrea New Covenant Sanctuary Falrlea (Goheen Street), revival services November 3-8, 7 p.m. Evangelist Laird Fain of St. Albans. Survivor of WWII, commercial pilot, 43 years of ministry. GVT... Continued from Page 1A GVT Barn. In assessing his work with the local theater group, Bowman considers A Lion In Winter his best overall GVT production and My Falr Lady his best musical. He has offered to continue his association with the theater as a consultant and guest director. "We're going to miss Wayne terribly," commented GVT Presi- dent Bobbi Hoffman. "He's brought us far in the years he's been with us, and because of hlm, we have the strength to continue producing top-quallty llve theater and the commitment to do it. We're sad to lose Wayne, but we plan to carry on his good work." The Greenbrier Valley Theatre has begun searching for an ar- tistic director for the 1992 sea- son, which will include a winter youth production of The Hobbit, and summer productions of Fid- dler on the Roof, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Greater Tuna. Alice in Won- derland, and a new unperformed commissioned work. IT'S NEVER TO0 LATE TO QUIT. OR TOO EARLY. Need help to quit smoking? (_'all your local American Lung Association. AMERICAN ~: LUNG ASSOCIATION ~ Checkpoint... Continued from Page 1A about what we were doing," District Sergeant J. W. Childers of the Lewisburg Detachment said. "They were very cooperative and said we need to have more of them." The "Batmoblle" contains breath-alcohol measuring equip- ment, a holding ceil, and radio communication devices. It is shared by State Police Districts throughout the southern part of the state. District Three is comprised of State Police De- tachments from Summers, Greenbrler, and Monroe counties. Sergeant Childers said he hopes to have more of the sobri- ety checkpoints in the near future. Officers met for orienta- tion and training Saturday prior to the event. Organ Cave The Organ Cave Ruritan Club will meet Tuesday, November 5, for a dinner meeting at the Organ Cave Community Center on U. S. 219. Starting tlme is 7:30 p.m. Members of the Organ Cave 4-H Club will serve the meal. Wise Introduces Telephone Reliability Legislation Legislation to promote the re- liability of the nation's telephone network was introduced recently by United States Representative Bob Wise of West Virginia. The Wise bill, H.R. 344 comes in the wake of a several massive telephone outage in recent months including an AT&T power failure September 17 that grounded New York City air traf- fic for hours. Earlier in the sum- mer, on June 26, West Virginia was struck by a network break- down affecting 435,000 of the state's telephone lines. Custom- ers were prevented from making local telephone calls for more than six hours due to a software problem. Wise commented, "By my count there have been at least seven major telephone outages this year, and those are only the largest ones. No one really knows how many times service has been disrupted. That's part of the problem. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should be keeping track of telephone network failures and investigating why they keep oc- curring. My legislation would re- quire the FCC to do that." Wise chairs the House Gov- eminent Operations Subcommit- tee on Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture, which Inches 1990 Low High Preclp. Oct. 22 57 71 .50 Oct. 23 48 54 .02 Oct. 24 41 .59 .06 Oct. 25 31 69 .00 Oct. 26 43 70 .00 Oct. 27 43 76 .00 Oct. 28 44 75 .00 The Week in Weather Courtesy of Greenbrier Valley Airport, Maxwelton Inches 1991 Low High Preclp. Oct. 22 33 73 ,00 Oct. 23 34 75 .00 Oct. 24 47 73 .00 Oct. 25 48 74 .02 Oct. 26 41 77 .00 Oct. 27 42 77 .00 Oct. 28 51 73 .00 held hearings July ber 2 on the nation's telephone Wise added, have provided mony that the recent outages are not Just cldents, but part of pattern of network FCC however, has ing to admit that alone may not be vent significant telephone service. "I for the FCC to be the need for action. telephone breakdown catastrophic. Lives Now is the time for solution." The Wise as the "Telephone bfllty Act of 1991," sponsibility for public munications phone liability rests with legislation would FCC to address the network tablishing a for measuring the phone outages on instituting enforceabk and quality telecommunications based on the (3) implementing for network carriers outages in a timely establishing procedures communication carriers on issues network (5) an advisor) mend appropriate government and sure network reliability, evaluating the impact work reliability of Common Carrier order. Whether you have a little hair boss or more than you'd like, New Man" can replace your hair just as you lost it...naturally and discreetly. Give yourself added confidence knowing that you look your best.., with New Man". CALL FOR FREE INFORMATION This Than giving Ship omemmg Thls year make sure your holiday wtahea ardw on time. Ship them from your local Package Eapreu Center. It's f~t, e~sy, s:nd convenient. 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