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November 15, 1990

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""~las the magic words ll. i n want a favor mey ' ~.ean comply with. This ~n in good mannersl c ~_ls taught or repeated ~,~n.e says "give me the ~rd" or "gimmee the ~ front of the demand. 1 L~You have had experi- ;.~ttl demands Everyone he,~do start reading the lg od clean books and distal, As a favorite Green- f t~!h School Coach (Coach Itl :~n] told us in class one by Commissioner Lindy Hedges, l~aybe many days "you ~g~ho people are by the l~r~adlng- books, maga- ~t ~ 0 L]~,_ Y u see them carry, ~,.g on a train. We ~[thati~t f they are readingCan e][~lVlademolselle and the ~l~t is their thinking. The 'I rs ~gi~m~ of these magazines you to buy them, if $~beVea beautiful girl the fashion of Mona th Taylor in low cut ~Sshe been married? ~s~=~ Subscribe to maga- ~|~|ld buy recommended e~Pmved only by people .~e in true love. Please .t~l to the words of the ~'~ Vows in the sight of I lng I'm answering a do" plus a "thank you" for reply- ing and planning to attend. Frank and I have attended three beautiful "please do" wed- dings this year and perhaps more Our granddaughter Jennifer Lambert to John Corrlgan In Dallas, Texas; our nephew David Christie -- a lovely blond in Rlchlands, Virginia; a friend's -- Debbte Rarnsey and Scott White in Elizabeth Chapel. As the song goes "Everything is beautiful, in its own way." As for Roger A. Boone, l've known him since he and his twin brother Daniel were born into this world. They and their whole family were indeed good neighbors and friends. We wish them the best always. To Terri and Bruce: Please do listen and hear the true meaning of love and marriage before God and Manl I know you will. My imaginary flower is this bit of philosophy, "Early to bed and early to rise, makes a body healthy, wealth and wise," and from lovable Eddie Cantor and wife Ida, never go to sleep angry at one another, always kiss and make up. Eddie Cantor sang the song "... potatoes are cheaper, tomatos are cheaper, now is the time to fall in love." "Please" and "thank you" to William A. Spatto, Jerry Eary Thomas, Celia Fleshman Flnk. Maxlne Beckett, Janice Boone. Chas. Garvin Jr, Mary Bess Friend. would Impose a franchise fee on Clearview "IV Cable, which pro- vides city resident with cable television services. The fee would be five per cent of the firm's gross income and would amount to an estimated $6,000 per year, he said. SPECIALISTS IN INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE Bend, Monongahela Forest Improvements Grants Robert C. Byrd has approved and President a 1991 g a total of worth of amend- added for proj- Monongahela Na- been sent to the ~Id I hope he signs it said Mr Chairman of the Commit- acid his amend- by Congress, for trail con- the Greenbrier Dis- District, Spruce Greenbrter and Otter District office at Richwood, $300,000 to improve an access road to the Big Bend Camp- ground, and $861,000 for a vari- ety of recreation area improve- ments at Blue Bend Camp- ground, Woodbine and North Bend picnic areas, Williams River, Gatewood Campground, Blue Meadow Campground, Alpena Gap, Lake Sherwood Campground. Horseshoe Camp- ground, Buffalo Lake Camp- ground, and Beg Bend Camp- ground. also contains the Gauley Ranger l~rs of ~. the Greenbrler ~c. Executive Committee ~l~.'~ber 7 for their regular ~tlagade for a Demo- ~'~ry Dinner to be held Rtt~ ~ at 6:30 p.m.. in the Building. ~kal~Y be purchased by ~.It~"~Y McCraw at 645- ~.,~st is $6 Cper person ~"_"Ollc is invited. [~t~,~ding the meeting ~: ~Llvesay chairman; ~raw, E'dgar Lewis ~I~gene Walker. Sarah ~-'~:,,Nadlne L Smith, Bill Charles Burr [-we NeVille, and Bea Har- The second ordinance, pro- posed by Mayor Eugene Kelley, would impose a tax on public service and utility companies, varying from three to four per cent. Both ordinances specify that funds raised would go the the city's general fund, used for a variety of municipal expenses. The first formal reading and vote on the ordinances were held November 14. Second and third readings will be November 24, 4 p.m., at City Hall, and November 28, 7:30 p.m., also at City Hall. In other business, the Com- missioners approved a plan to hire Shawn Woodward of Deni- zens of the Deep Diving Com- pany, Second Creek, to inspect the city pool for leaks. The pool is located at Island Park. i Several residents from the Brier Hill Subdivision com- plained about drivers who speed through the residential area on the gravel road, creating dust and safety hazards. After discus- sion the Commissioners granted the resident's request to dig ditches across the road to help slow traffic through the area. Commissioner Hedges pro- posed the Board look into the possibility of a minor boundary change which would extend the city limits north to the top of Ronceverte Hill along U. S. High- way 219. The Board agreed to investigate the technicalities of the proposal. Police Chief Bill Rose reported 19 citations issued by his de- partment in October, including one for failure to yield right-of- way, one for illegal parking, four for failure to stop at a sign or red light, one for illegal use of emer- gency lights, two for no proof of insurance, seven for expired reg- Istration, two for operating wheeled toys on sidewalks, and one for no operator's license. The department Investigated six ve- hicle accidents; one vehicle theft; and one shoplifting incident. The next regular monthly meeting of the Board of Commis- sioners will be December 4, 7 p.m., at City Hall. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 5A Renick Town Council Meets Lynn Smith, M.D. Dorris Ragsdale, M.D. Michael Barri, M.D. Steven Walter, M.D. By Jonathan Wright The Renlck Town Council ap- proved a plan November 5 to brush-hog part of Auto Road within the town limits. The move is an effort to control under- growth. Further plans call for mowing the area on a regular basis and planting pine trees for further beautification. In other business, the Council voted to standardize the fre- quency with which town employ- ees are paid. Checks will now be written every two weeks, on Mondays. Mayor Donald Vandervort said stray dogs had become a problem in town once more and said he would contact county animal control officials to inspect the town and assess the prob- lem. The Council discussed the imposition of a utility tax allowed by a recent ordinance. Beginning this month, two per cent of all utility bills will go to the town's general fund, to be used for a number of different purposes. The mayor announced resi- dential trash pickups will be ev- ery two weeks this winter. The Council approved the winter hir- ing of David "Bun" Barkley at $4 per hour to do snow plowing for the town. The next meeting of the Coun- cil will be December 3, 7 p.m., at Mount Hermon United Methodist Church, Renlck. , ll,i When you like the Mountain Messenger PLEASE thank our advertisers ~i, ul , i _ U l D A NEW Subaru, )r Cadillac? ' Butler Motors the mountains... Announces new office hours at the White Sulphur Springs location 10:30 - 4:00 9:30 - 4:00 10:30- 12:00 Mon. & Fri. Tues. & Thurs. Wed. Call 536-lO14 for an appointment Business Office Opens at 8:30 am Crows-Hematite, VA Announcing Completion of A Private Dining Room for parties of 30 to 90 people. Accepting RESERVATIONS now ;Cbr Christmas Holiday Parties 703-559-9738 I Stop in often during Appreciation Week at the First National Bank in Ronceverte. If our smiles seem a little brighter, it's because we want you to know how much we have enjoyed serving you for the past year. We'll have coffee, doughnuts and free gifts, in addition to either a cordless power ratchet set, a toaster oven, a circular saw or a food processor. And on Friday, we'll draw for the winner of the grand prize-a Zenith console color T,V. It's our way of saying, "Thanks" for your continued loyalty and friendship. Daffy Prizes A cordless power ratchet set, a toaster oven, a circular saw or a food processer will be given away each day! to the "Where you can find almost anything" JIM McCUTCHEON, Managing Agent FOR BROCHURES & INFORMATION CALL i, iii [ -I OR STOP BY 117 EAST WASHINGTON ST., LEWIS~URG My Sincere . THANKS to the people of Greenbrier County for your support and confidence. reen Paid for by the Rowe Volunteer Committee, John W. Deitz, Teasurer A Zenith Console Color T.V. with remote control. (Drawing will be held Friday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. You do not have to be present to win. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN RONCEVERTE Main Orifice: One Cedar Street. Ronceve~te 6~7.4500 Lewisburg Office: 2t9 North. Lewisburg 6zl.7~50~1 Member FDIC I I II IIIIIIII I