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6A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November I, 1990 Environment Protection Seminar November The U. S. Environmental Pro- tection Agency and the West Vir- ginia Emergency Response Com- mission invite you to attend a seminar on emergency planning for hazardous chemical inci- dents. The seminar will be held on November 13 and 14 from Title Ill) requirements as a means of enhancing prepared- ness for all hazards. The course includes an introduction on emergency management, disas- ter research findings, defining emergency and disaster, mutual aid, case studies, elements of an 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the. emergency preparedness pro- Charleston Civic Center. A major objective of the course is to provide persons re- sponsible for disaster planning with the information necessary to develop and maintain facility emergency response plans, sup- porting procedures, and the re- lated training and education pro- grams. Participants will lean how to coordinate their facility plan with the neighboi:ing community's emergency re- sponse plan. The lead instructor will be Patrick LaValla of the Emergency Response Institute of Olympia, Washington, Mr LaValla is an internationally known authority on emergency preparedness and response training. Emphasis will be placed on Emergency Planning and Com- munity Right-to-Know (SARA gram, key ingredients necessary for effective organizational re- sponse, legal aspects, the 12- step planning process, writing the plan and procedures, media considerations, emergency pre- paredness and training. The first day of the course Is as outlined above. The second day is devoted to training partici- pants to present the first day of the course. By developing a cadre of trainers, courses can be offered in communities and at facilities as needed. Some business people may be interested in attending the first day of the course to learn what they need to know and may choose not to be trained as trainers. You do not have to at- tend the trainer session on the second day. However, if you are interested in becoming a trainer, you must attend both days. The target audiences for the courses are business and indus- try representatives and all othei-s interested in furthering emer- gency preparedness -- members of state emergency response commissions and local emer- gency planning committees, emergency managers or re- spenders, environmentalists and concerned citizens. The EPA Technical Assistance Team will be accepting the invi- tations and will be available to answer any specific questions. Contact Chris Wagner or Teresa Barney at (609) 482-0222 during normal business hours to regis- ter or to answer any questions. There is no limit to the number of persons permitted from a single business. However, the class will be limited to the first 250 registrants. To register, please return the enclosed form by November 6, 1990 to: Roy F. Weston Techni- cal Assistance Team, Attn: Ter- esa Barney or Chris Wagner, 53 Haddonfield Road, Suite 306, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002. Registration Form for the Emergency Planning Seminar, November 13, 14 D Yes, I plan to attend both days of the Name: Emergency Planning Seminar Firm: DYes, I plan to attend only te first day of the Emergency Planning Seminar Address Please Return This Form To: Attn: Teresa Barney, Chris Wagner . Roy F. Weston, Inc., 53 Haddonfleld Road, Suite 306, Cherry Hill, New jersey 08002 It I I I Ii i iiii i ii i ii iiii I iiii ii i I i iiii i Voter Info "We want the handicapped to vote" affirmed County Clerk Gene Spence as he addressed the Lewisburg area Consumer Advisory Committee for Rehabili- tation Services. Many proce- dures and safeguards are in place to insure that all eligible voters can exercise their consti- tutional right to cast ballots. Any properly registered dis- abled voter may elect to vote by absentee ballot. The established deadline for this procedure is the last Saturday prior to the Tues- day election. For the forthcoming election, that will be Saturday, November 3. The Circuit Clerks office in the Greenbrier County Courthouse, where absentee bal- lots are cast, will be open on Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. until noon to accommodate absentee voters. Accessibility may be difficult in some precincts. Recent data from West Virginia Secretary of State Ken Heckler advises that 68% of West Virginia polling places are fully accessible. This is reportedly about 10% below the national average. Individuals with mobility limitations may apply at the County Clerk's Of- fice to vote at another precinct which is accessible. This, how- ever, must be done 30 days prior to tile election. As an alternate procedure, the handicapped voter may present at any polling place within his/her district and vote a challenged ballot. Upon reconciliation of voter records, the ballot will likely be counted. Individuals with visual or physical hnpairments who re- quire assistance in the voting process may designate an aide. The aide cannot be a present or former employer or agent of such employer and cannot be a mem- ber or agent of the voter's labor union. Any such aide must also complete an affidavit acceptable to the precinct poll clerks. For additional information, or to address specific circum- stances, you may call Mr Spence at 645-2373. GREENBRIER SATELLITE SYSTEM Now authorized dealer for Crosley & Toshiba TV's, Camcorders & VCR's CALL US for your service on all systems. Complete Satellite System installed for as little as $50.00 a month. Office 536-4180 Oldest in the business, for 7 years Fraley - 647-4528 Howard Fraley, Jr. - 536-2490 No Down ment on Approved Credi ymouth- Dod Motor Phone 799-4066 Thursday Nights "All you can eat" Steamed Shrimp $12.95 Friday & Saturday "All you can eat" Alaskan Sm)w Crab Legs $12.95 Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Dinners include vegetable, tossed salad, roll & butter Sunday "All you can eat" buffet 11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. A luncheon buffet of 3 meats, 3 vegetables, salad bar, dessert, beverage for $6.95 Specializing in Fine Steaks & Seafood. 645-2759 1-64 Exit 161 Alta South on Route 12 The Spartan Marching Band of Greenbrier East High School will be marching in the tradi- tional Homecoming activities on Thursday and Friday, November I-2. On Thursday evening, the Band will lead the Homecoming parade through the southern part of Fairlea and on Friday will present the pre-game and halftime shows at the football game. Joining the Spartan band for the game will be members of the Greenbrier East Alumni and future Spartan band members from the ninth grades of the Alderson, Lewisburg, Greenbrier, Renick, Williamsburg and White Sulphur Springs junior high schools. This past Saturday, the Spar- tan Marching Band and the Greenbrier East Music Boosters host the ninth annual Green- brier East Invitational Marching Band Classic in Spartan Sta- dium with the competition di- vided Into two different competi- tions. The preliminary competition Saturday afternoon saw bands from E. C. Glass of Lynchburg, the eventual Classic champion band; Capital High of Char- leston, which placed second; Salem of Salem, Virginia third place; Shady Spring of Shady Spring; Princeton; Nicholas County of Summersvllle; South Charleston of St. Albans; Univer- sity High of Morgantown; Oak Hill; Bluefleld; Parry McClure of Meet Locally Beuna Vista, Phillip-Barbour of Greenbrier West of and Lewisburg Jul School which tion. Ten finalist bands ternoon performance for the Directors' is symbolic of the plan. Wood West Virginia's industry recently got million shot in the S. Senator Robert C. result of Byrd's the 1991 Interior Appropriation Bill. Byrd, Chairman of tbe Interior Appropriations mittee, added $9 milliorJ funding bill to products training high tech plex in Mercer County, million to continue ber Bridge Initiative. "My amendments to rior Bill are intended pand West Virginia's ucts industry, and jobs and economic activitY state," Mr Byrd said. Feasibility studies earlier this year at quest recommended the wood products manufacturing cer County, near the Service Advanced source Center, located The Greenbrier Valley Chap- ner. "This complex is ter of the Association of Life help West Virginia Underwriters (GVALU) con- ducted their first meeting of the ers take advantage current year at the Fort Savan- technologies, and nab recently. Members present facility to train w, were: Donn Anderson, Steve state-of-the-art eq Cooke, Regina Eckle, Ran Flesh- facility to provide man, Rudy Holbrook, Steve puterized flexible King, Glenn Musser, Mitch Scott services." "The center will be 0 and Don Sibold. The guest and program for the Inaugural meet- jointly by the Forest ing was Roy Price, an under- by the private sector, writer from Belle, WV and the pected to employ 50 to current State membership sons," Mr Byrd said. Chairman In the State Life "The continuation of~ Underwriter Association. ber Bridge Initiative is Mr Price discussed several po- portant for West litical Issues which are currently the standpoint of safetY affecting underwriters and their as the economy," said lVlf clients nationwide, to include Of the $3.6 milllorl the increased tax on life lnsur- added for the Timber ance companies currently under tiative. $2 million is proposal in the national budgets, for construction, The crux of Mr Price's presenta- would go to operate tlon, however, was oriented to- ward the need to Increase NALU membership nationwide but spe- cifically within our state and val- ley. Mr Price emphasized the many areas of the insurance in- dustry which have been ably de- fended by NALU In Washington and the importance of support- ing our organization. The GVALU meets the third Thursday of every 'month for breakfast at the Fort Savannah. Any insurance underwriter inter- ested in becoming a member should come or see any member about an application. ~ wood Tlmber Bridge Resource Center in and $900,000 would be timber bridge "This will to the total/amount gotten for timber struction nationwide, $2 million to date bridges in West Byrd said. A total of 44 timber I West Virginia were construction by the U. Service and the state Department under the years of Byrd's initiatiVe" STRAIGHT ANSWERS ABOUT THE ISSUES 1989 Merkur XR4Ti, auto., loaded luxury, sunroof,~ PW, PL, cruise, tilt, 8,500 miles Was $14,995 NOW $13,595 1989 Ford Mustang, auto., PW, PL, cruise, tilt, new paint, 22,000 miles Was $9.995 NOW $8,695 1989 Chevy Conversion Van, auto., loaded, rear air, TV, 6,000 miles Was $19,995 NOW $17,995 1988 Ford Thunderbird, auto., PL, PW, cruise, tilt, only 16,500 miles Was $11,995 NOW $10,425 1987 Ford .Taurus, auto., PL, PW, cruise, lilt. 21,000 miles Was $9.995 NOW $8,295 Remaining 6/60 factory powertrain warranty will be transferred. Remaining 1990 Ford F150 4X4's $2000 CASH BACK 3 IN STOCK With deals like these, on cars like those, from people like them. at a time like this, for a sate like that. YOU OUGHTA COME SEE US ONE TIME! ABORTION: Against, except when the life of the mother is threatened. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT: Against. The sanctity of life must be respectedl SAFETY BELT LAWS: For, in regard to children. Against, in regard to adults. It is not appropriate for the state to make you a criminal if you choose not to wear a seat belt when you drive or ride in a car. That should remain your choice. However, a child does not have the ability to make that choice for himself or herself. STRICTER GUN CONTROL LAWS: Against. Do not punish the sportsman for what the criminal does. INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM, RECALL: For. These constitutional amendments would allow citizens the right to bypass the Legislature to make their own laws, reject laws passed by the Legislature, and remove public officials from office before the end of their terms. To ask about other issues that are important to you, write: Bill Wallace, 35 Hundley Rd., Clintonville, WV 24928, or call 392-6213 Republican use Greenbrier County #61 on your ballot Pol. Adv...Paid for by candidate The Ms West America Pageant nounce the search for Ms West Virginia ica, the exemplify the dignity, and inward beauty West Virginians. All years of age or older to participate in this pageant. Contestants will be a personal IntervieW, (reading, singing, work. playing etc.), on on an appearance Inj gown. The winner will all-expense paid pate In the America Pageant in She will also in various state functions. Organizations arid encouraged to testant who resent the best tar West comed are ants. For further applications, ley, State Pageant High Street, or call 296-9812. RONCEVERT£ ViltAqE ApAaTMEST.~ Ronc, ovorte cepting bedroom daws & utilities. Call