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Senator Robert C. Byrd he has added to a Senate appropria- a variety of projects t to upgrade facilities tourisnl at the National Forest. ahela National one of West Virginia's areas and an im- resource for our Mr Byrd, who chairs Appropriations Corn- the Interior Stlbcom- I have added to 1991 Interior Ap- Bill will help to boost ill the National Forest by roads, trails, and rec- said Mr Byrd. amendments in- $2.1 million ranger facilities at and Richwood, and trail-related work District, Po- Spruce Knob Greenbrier River, Wilderness. also added $861,000 for recreation facility including a re- al the Blue Bend road paving at the North Bend picnic camping area at rehabilitation of Campground; a for tile Blue Campground; informa- Available discharged West will soon be Splay new special It- to be available by e~ber. Approximatel3, are being made, are available at Affairs Office at the County Courthouse to Division of Motor Sic- veterans are eligible each, and the ve be titled in tile name A $5 fee is re- each applicant. If license plate does two months, a fee must be in- thru. Nov. 17 may visit Affairs Office in apply. Each one his or her honor papers, personal receipt, check or proof of insurance, istration card. Of- the application send it to the Motor Vehicles. The lay take as long as interested veter- not Io delay in ap- their plates, Mr Dale SAFELY! ountain essenger TODAY! 647-5724 leapest widely classifieds ,=,. a word minimum) a word billed ~ error.free ad p~ain~y AM FRIDAY Court Street, WV 24901 Forest" Gets lion center lbr Alpena Gap; road paving at Lake Sherwood Camp- ground; sewer system upgrade at Horseshoe Campground; reha- bilitation of the Buffalo Lake pic- nic area; showers and electricity for the Stuart Campground; and a rehabilitation design for the Big Bend Campground. In addition, Mr Byrd put $300,000 into the Interior Bill lbr tile fisheries program at the Monongahela National Forest, and $117,000 to fund the federal share to complete the new liming station on the North Fork of the Cranberry River. Byrd provided initial funding of $2350,000 for the liining station several years ago. C & P Chief Sent To Orient C&P Telephone has an- nounced that David B. Frost, vice president and general coun- sel of C&P of West Virginia, has been appointed Bell Atlantic International's Vice president in Singapore/Malaysia. His ap- pointment was effective Novem- ber 1. Frost will be succeeded by David K. Hall. In addition to serving as chief legal officer for the company, Hall was elected a director and secretary at the company's board of directors meeting. A native of Huntington and a graduate of Marshall University. Mr Frost holds a J. D. degree from West Virginia UIliversity and an I..L.M. degree from George Washington University. He joined C&P in 1971 as an at- torney in Washington with the company's headquarters and also has been an attorney for C&P of Maryland. Frost recently represented Bell Atlantic Inter- national, Inc. in Argentina as a member of a special manage- ment reran. Mr Hall, a Parkersburg native, is a graduate of Williams College m Williamstown, Massachusetts and received his law degree from West Virginia University. He be- gan his career with C&P of West Virginia in 1977 and transferred to C&P Headquarters in Wash- ington, D.C. in 1982, where he was involved in state regulatory matters in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Since 1985, he has represented Bell Atlantic in proceedings betore the Federal Communications Commission. Mr Hall and his wife, Martha Wise Hall, are the parents of four chiMren. Deeds I.. M. llaynes and Agnes llaynes to Teresa Brown, 4.82 acres, Meadow Bluff Dist., less than $100 Grand l~)dge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of West Vir- ginia to Katharinc Mason, Launa l loliday, and Edith It. Neff, Trustees of Sewell Valley Rebekah Lodge No. 217, Independent Order of Odd Fel- lows, lot, "lbwn of East [~linelle, con- vcyance from one charitable corpora- tion to another Paul Franklin Ramscy and Mary Alice Ramsey to William T. l|ampton and Darlene F. ltampton, lots, City of Ronccvcrte, $43,F:VO0 l~mtie M. Colc Sr. and Juanita CoD to l~lrry K. Glover and Kathy L. Gkwer, lot, White Sulphur Springs Municipa]i[y, lather and step-mother to chiM The United States of America, acting through the Administrator of the Farmers tlome AdministratiorL United States Department of Agricul- ture, to Ix'onard R. Waid and Me- linda S. Waid, . 111 acre, l~incllc Municipality, $26,000 l loward K. Lewis and Freda Lewis to Peg.kS' MeCaughtry, tracts, Falling Sprin~ Dist., parent to child Ira O. Surbaugh and llclcn Rose I:ain to Ira O. Surbaugh ~uld tlelcn Rose Fain, lots, "lk)wn of Rupert, less ttlan SlOe Ira O. Surbaugh to llelen Rose l:am and Rebec.ca Ann Fain, lots, Town of Rupert, transfer bctwcen relatives Ira O. Surbaugh to llelen Rose Fain, lots, Town of Rupert, less than $100 1.. Wayne l linkle and Beverly J. llinkle to Lawrence Baldwin and Mahala Baldwin, .75 aerc, Falling Spring Dist., chikt to parenl Lawrence Baldwin and Mahala ltaldwin to L. Wayne Ilmkle and Beverly U= ltinkle, 1.2 acres, Failing Spring Dist., parent to child ix'site I.a_'e Simms, Evelyn Simms, Evcrette George Simms, Ethel Simms Jones, and Thurman Jones to I)wight Ri('hard Roach Jr., 5.189 acres, Blue Sulphur Dist., $26,000 l lcnry E. Rifle, Trustee, to I~,obc~ S. Shwcn and Cannen F. Slaven, lot, City of Ronecverte, $ t 8,500 Mountain For(st Products, Inc., to Patrick M. McGraw, 5,929.78 sq. ft., Meadow Bluff Dist., $6,036 Associates Relocation Manage- mcnt Company of New Jersey to Richard J. Clay and Mary M. Clay, lot, "I%wn of Alderson, $29,500 Daniel Babic to Josephine A1- varez, lois, Town of White Sulphur Springs, 820,000 llarry tl. Vm] Stavern and Goldie B. Van Stavern to Samuel E. Linkous and Shirley D. Linkous, lois, White Sulphur l)ist., $10,000 Lisa R. Clemens to Douglas E. Clemens, 2.03 acres, Frankford I)isI., wile to husba.nd l lilda Mary Sims to Robert Pat Troiano Sr., lots, Town of Alderson, $28,OO0 Correction: Lewis llayden Wallace Jr. and I)arlene Wallace to Mary mmm m m u m m m mm m mam 'Mi u mmm mm mmmm m mm mm u r- WALTER E. DEACON II, M.D.-'1 I ' I I ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY I I 647-4727 I m Greyrock Professional Park - Fairlea, WV m mml imllimll mln iIm mml Iim mmmlm~lilllm mll Illl IIII Ilml mml ulm ummlmlm ~m ~ m Gift with a view. Authentic Kirk Stieff' Pewter Glass Bottom Tankard. Kirk Stiefl craftsmen understand the simplicity and ch,l!m lhal colonial pewters put into their designs And the Knk Stiefl experts iollow these lines with a dedication. As you see in this glaas bottomed tankard We carry a large tree of Kirk Stieff pc, wter, trona tca Ix)Is to tankards to ~)wls. The beauty of pewter is to be admired We urge you to come m and inspecl our line o{ handsome pewter. From Kirk Stieff, the authentic silversmiths. Ira 1,. Brannon One Valley [tank, National Asso- ciation, a national banking associa- tion vs. Jack Cook and Pahna lye Cook The West Virginia I)ivision of l lighways, a Corporation vs. Mark 1 t. llinklc, Jr and A. Perry MeGuire, ShcritlLTreasurer Jollies M. Eskins, d/b/a Eskins Real Estate vs. Jack V. Thomf~son and lAllian F. Thompson I,awa,la Jean l~lFleur vs. Charles Ray LaFleu r A Friend Who Is Far From Horae Would Appreciate A Gift Subscription To The Mountain Messenger Send Us Their Name And Full Address With Your Check for $15 We Will Mail Mountain Messenger Anywhere in the World! Governor Gaston Caperton announced today his award of $111,953 in Itighway Safety Pro- gram funds to 27 agencies lbr a cotiesive program to further en- force West Virginia's dntnk driv- ing laws. As part of this Revoked DUI Enlbrcement I>rogram, the agen- cies will use these funds to pay overtime to law enlorcement oM- cers seeking ()tit individuals who conlinne to drive though their driver's licellse has been re- w)ked. "It is our intention that this program will help get drunk drivers off the road. I hope this Dogram also shows that we are serious about enforcing West Virginia's laws to make our New News roads safer," Mr Caperton said. Law enforcement officers will investigate individuals who have, not completed the Safety Treat ment Program, which is required of all persons convicted of DUI before reinstatement of their li cense. J~-unie Albert. director of the state's Criminal Justice and Highway Safety division, said, "West Virginia is the first to ap preach this issue on a statewide level. We have an opportun|ty to be a national model and are con- fident of the success and effec- tiveness of this program." The Greenbrler County Cola- mission received $4,420 under the program. Good News Some appetizing thoughts for the Holiday Season. Salami Cornet, Smot dSabnon Chicl n & Ripe Ofive, Scallops & Water Chestnuts, Quiche Cheese & Almond. A mouthwatering assortment ready for your Holiday 'Parties. FOOD & 112 '/4/. 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