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Deeds Deem, by her attor- Dreama Helmtck; to Dean {Deem}, Dreama Helmick, and Delvin and 222 sq. ft., Blue rDist., parent to children Scott Ttncher and Amy D. Sams and Susan lot, Fort Spring Dist., L. Woodrum and Glerruna to Arthur J. Brooks and lots, Fort Spring than $100 (gift) Q. McClung to Murl M. Sue K. Rader, tracts, Blue $189,000 and Phyllis H. Taylor Hunter, lot, Lewisburg Yoakum and Sharon d. David fL Yoakum Jr. and 17,500 sq. ft., Dist., parent to child D. Ltndsey, Rosemary and Franklin Llndsey to and Ltnda R. Th- acres, Meadow Bluff ~000 Kelllson to Bertram C. Sara Taylor, lots, City of $15.000 A. Campagnano to Mi- Kowal, tracts, Frankford between husband and and Nellie M. to James K. Hoover and 18,816 sq. ft., $200 Radow to Clyde E. Wylde C. Wykle, 3 acres, Irish 000 Linda B. Coffman, Mary Alice Baum, Baum, Polly Cook, Peggy Jo Smith to Shelva lots, Town of White $68,000 Ocheltree and Janet F. to Kevtn Oeheltree, 5 $40,0OO Tignor and Janice M. Ann Darby, tract, ff Dist., $7,500 Williams and Helen B. to Derris C. Hunter and Hunter, tracts, Meadow ', $25,OOO Jane Flanagan, Keith James Harold Darby, Dot- Robert Darby, Susan Ann Darby to Mar- l.l acres, Meadow parent and George Morris Crlmmett and Rosa Lee lots, Town of Alderson, States of America, the Administrator of Home Administration, Agricul- C. Brown, .37 acre, $I I,O00 Marie Moore to Eliza Ston, one-half acre, Dist., quitclaim and Sue K. Rader Jr., 1.79 acres, $135,000 Moyer and Sharon Mo- K. Farley and Sheila tract, Irish Corner Dist., Ruth Hlghtower, James Brown Altizer to and Thelma Pomeroy, Williamsburg Dist., }ortation, Inc., to }son and Ruth A. Rainelle Municipal- Real Estate, Inc., to Roy and Ethel Gwlnn, lot, $25,000 State Road To Slopes flocking to West ski area this find signs for a new available to connect popialar area, Caperton an- to U. S. Sena- 2. the Division the U. S. Forest 66 is the new for a Pocahontas connecting U. S. Snowshoe with the railroad at Cass site of the adio Astronomy Ob- a trip of approxl- miles, the 1 I-mile made possible by of the Linwood- Completed in one Mountain Enter- of Lexington, Ken- total cost of more With federal $1.3 million made Senator Byrd, the Division of High- U. S. Forest Serv- to implement Involved wld- and resurfaclng Cass Road (County rnprovements to Road (County 9) resurfacing 2,33 the Big with a pre- box culvert. the governor, the access to addl- Snowshoe-area where numerous In throughout railroad town. new route was gand of Hlg,h- E. Luster Kincaid to William E. Flint Jr. and Sheri A. Flint, 219 acres and 68 sq. rods, Blue Sulphur Dist., $30,000 Greenbrier Valley National Bank, as Executor and Trustee under the Last Will and Testament of Carl Le- van Cavendish, to John E. Hopkins, parcels, Fort Spring Dist., $13,000 Donald IL Runyon and Shirley F. Runyon to Donald R Runyon and Shirley F. Runyon, parcel, Lewisburg Dist., straw deed Ashland Oil, Inc., to Superamer- ica Group, Inc., tract, Town of Whltc Sulphur Springs, conveyance from parerlt corporation to a wholly owned subsidiary corporation James L. Carroll and Dottle L. Carroll to Paul Franklin ILamsey and Mary-Alice t "~amsey, .344 acre, City of Lewisburg, $84,500 Helen Marie Moore to Robert Radford and Jewell tMan Radford, parc~el, Meadow Bluff Dist., parent to child The One Valley Bank of Roncev- erte to Ernest Perslnger and Mary Perslnger, lot, Town of East l~linellc, $8,000 New Suits Filed Christopher R. Allen vs. Jane L. Cline, Commissioner, Department of Motor Vehicles David A. Adkison vs. Jane L. Cline, Commissioner, Department of Motor Vehicles Petroleum Marketers, Inc. d/b/a Whiting-Jamison Oil vs. Canfield En- terprises, Inc., Homer Dale Canfield and Carl Edward Canfield, Individu- ally Dolly Regina Redden Bennett vs. Denver Lee Bennett State Trains 1,060 Persons A total of 1060 people from 15 state companies participated in training activities coSrdinated by the Governor's Guaranteed Work Force Program (GGWFP) during its first three months of exis- tence. The Governor's Office of Com- munity and Industrial Develop- ment said the training coOrdina- tion program approved the awarding of $318,356 in state Job training contracts between July I and September 30. In- cluded in the contracts were $219,175 in on-the-job training funds from the Bureau of Em- ployment Programs, $66,881 in classroom training funds from the Department of Education, and $32,300 in customized training funds from the GGWFP. "During our first quarter of operation we found a very posi- tive response from the private sector to our 'one-stop shopping" concept," said Mark Julian, di- rector of the GGWFP. "Now that all state training in- formation is available in one of_ rice, it's much easier for a busi- ness to get the exact training as- sistance they need,," The GGWFP, established dur- Ing the 1990 regular session as part of the governor's legislative package, is designed to coOrdi- nate all state job training pro- grams relating to economic de- velopment. Within the program Is established a special, flexible training fund for customized job training activities previously not possible In West Virginia. "With an adequately trained work force becoming such an In- creasingly important factor to economic growth, a program such as the GGWFP gives West Virginia a real selling point when trying to recruit new industry," Mr Julian said. "Equally impor- tant Is that the program also helps our existing Industries grow,." The Blueprint for Jobs. the state's strategic plan for eco- nomic development, calls for a new emphasis on developing a highly skilled work force. The Governor's Office of community and Industrial Development ad- ministers programs designed to strengthen and expand the state's economic base and im- prove the overall quality of llfe. The Messenger Brings You News Bonnie Fuoco An exhibition of oils by local artist Bonnie Fuoco will be on display at Carnegie Hall, Lewis- burg, beginning Monday, Novem- ber 5. A reception to meet Ms. Fuoco will take place Sunday, November I I from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the lobby of Carnegie Hall. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. The show includes composi- tions based on surrounding landscapes of Greenbrier Valley. On display are the familiar themes of Ms. Fuoco's graphic work of the past two years: The Field, The Mountains, The Pond. She states "the landscape here is lyrical and grand; sometimes humorous and always touching. It's an inexhaustible subject," Works in the show are painted m an energetic, calligraphic style using a limited palette. Ms. Fuoco feels "oil painting is rich with possibilities. The medium itself creates visual information. Cinema and photography have helped to free painters to explore the medium for more poetic vis- ual territory. Existence is a mir- acle. Art approaches the mystery and attempts to give it form." Ms. Fuoco has recently had drawings published in Exquisite Corpse, a journal of poetry, fic- tion and reviews. "I'm intrigued by small works -- works that & Toil Labor, Clamps, Hanger MOUNTAINEER MUFFLER CENTER EXAUST SYSTEM SPECIALIST 531 NORTH JEFFERSON ST. 645-4500 Magnificent Carpet - Lowest Prices The Carpet Warehouse Rt. 60 Harts Run Tues. 1 - 8 1000's ofyd's in stock. Wed. - Fri. 9 - 5 Remnants & Rolls Sat. 9 - Noon Commercial & Residential ;omethin in th, CALL Something interesting. Fun. Informative. In- sightful. Challenging. Exciting. Educational. Inspiring. Noteworthy and newsworthy. 647-5724 TO SUBSCRIBE. It's worth checking out. , COMMITMENT Paid for by Citizens For A Better West Virginia, Jay Walker, Treasurer. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 1, 1990 5A could lit in the pahn of your hand. I also like the availability of work printed in such large numbers. I'm trying to reach other journals such as "lhe Sun and Paris Review. At this point in thne there is something al- most old-fashioned about words and pictures. The nostalgia Is very pleasant." Ms. Fuoco studied painting at the Philadelphia College of Art and Parsons School of Design in New York. During a year living in Florence, Itlay she traveled to London, Paris, Basel and Vienna to visit museums. Numerous trips were made to Venice and Rome. "A painter has to have that kind of exposure. New York was important for the same rea- son. You have to know what the masters did." The exhibit will be on display through the month of November. For additional information, call 645-7917. i GI Insurance Hoax Explained I According to Nash L. Powell, Veterans Affairs Officer of the West Virginia Division of Veter- ans Affairs, the old hoax story about the G. I. Insurance Divi- dends on National Service Life Insurance is again making the rounds in various parts of the country. Such misinformation usually results in literally thou- sands of inquiries to the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Persons should be warned against publishing any informa- tion pertaining to the Insurance Dividends, as there are no divi- dends available to veterans un- less they have continued to carry their insurance since their dis- charge from service. If you should desire informa- tion on any benefit from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, please contact Mr Powell at the Greenbrler County Court House, 200 N. Court Street, Lewisburg. Also, Mr Powell provides Itiner- ary Services to Rainel]e and Mar- linton on the second and third Tuesday, respectively, of each month. Nov. 3, 1990 at 10:00 AM Location: From Union take Rt. 219 south. Turn on Rt. 122 to- ward Greenville. Watch for Auction Signs HOUSEHOLD ITMES: 2 very old library tables, T.V., perfection oil stove, 1/2 bed, freezer, pie safe, drop leaf table, table & 4 chairs, warm morning coal stove, old cupboard, Meal Master cook stove (used very little), lot old crocks, (1 A.P. Donohue), electric cook stove, lot silverware, dishes, pots & pans, dining room suite, sewing machine, refrigerator, step ladder, rocking chairs, piano, old woven baskets, wash stand, sweeper, iron bed dresser, chest of drawers, old dresser with beveled mirror, blanket chest roll top trunk, chifferobe, treddle sewing machine, old desk, several tables, books, quilts, swing & porch furniture, milk cans, churn, 78 RPM Records. FARM EQUIPMENT SELLING AT 12:00 NOON: 1 Ferguson 30 tractor, 1 belt pulley for Ferguson 30, New Holland hay rake, 12 ft trailer, wood saw, 16 ft. hay elevator w/motor, 250 interna- tional mowing machine, semper blade, manure spreader, tractor sprayer, 2 row corn planter, Oliver grain drill, hay tedder, corn binder, wheat binder, Insilage cutter, Electric sheep shears, Ferguson two row cultiva- tor, 2 bottom plough, 54 Ford one ton truck w/cattle racks, corn sheller, grass seeder, pie dies, old license plates, buggy wheel, wagon wheels. cross cut saws, hand tools, cutting box, 2 chain saws, horse harness. Many items too numerous to mention Sale conducted to settle the estate of M. W. Baker, J.C. Baker Jr. Administor. byMorgans Estate nd ion. Kermit Morgan Broker & Auctioneer #479 Billy Morgan Salesman & Auctioneer #605 LET GEORGE DO IT GEORGE Republican Candidate FOR Greenbrier County Commissioner IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DONE: ASK A BUSY MAN • Owner Operator, Organ Cave • Farmer • Presbyterian • Greenbrier County Planning Commission, President Past 2 Years • Chairman Civil Service Commission For Correctional Officers • Board Member, New River Travel Council • Board Member, Potomac Highland Travel Council • Member and Past Board Member Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce • Member White Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce . Member Greenbrler Valley Economic Development Corporation • Member Ronceverte Merchants Association, River & Railroad Days • Member Farm Bureau • Vice President and Incoming President, Organ Cave Ruritan Club • Mason Shriner • Past President Greenbrler Valley Shrine Club • Member National Cave Association ; Committee Member American Lung Association: Winner Outstanding Bike Trekker of The Year Mothers Day Weekend (90 mile Ride), 64 Riders - Cass to Organ Cave • Square Dance Figure Caller, Clogger Board of Trustees Organ Cave Community Center "We Appreciate Your Support" Pol. Adv, Paid for by The Candidate