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Deeds H. Hayes and Audrey 1. idames R. ltayes, 33 acres, Dist., $24,000 i Lee l lenson to Terry Lee 30 acres, Meadow Bluff E. Goodwin, Trustee, to aad Vleky L. Hap 15.63 acres, Blue Sulphur Kenna and Elizabeth P. The Washington and Lee as Trustee under the Ir- Remainder Uni- dated August 3, Lee Mountcasfle Kenna P. Kenna as Setflors, acres, Williamsburg Dist., ~ter 1 1-2 1-1 of the West Annotated) R. Falls and Sherry E. L. Reynolds and An- lot, Irish Corner and Dianna Reed to Daily and Sylvia J. Daily, Dist., $7,800 to W. Andrew Jan- Elizabeth S. Janeczck, lot, ~ality, S 12,000 Bradley and Kathy Bra- H. Ttncher and Rim G. tparcels, Meadow Bluff Dist., ~. Galyean and Annabelle ham to Tinsley A. Annabelle B. Cunning- sq. ft., t.cwisburg Mu- , no consideration D. Wilson and Betty L. Kempton J. Brown and lots, Meadow Bluff C. Taylor and Sara R. C. Taylor and Eliza- lots, City of Roneev- party conveyance from !a child and his spouse ;. Taylor and Elizabeth R. C. "lMylor and Sara .323 acre, City of Roncev- party conveyance from SPouse to parents Lee Baker to Walter Lee acres, Frankford Dist., Lee Baker to Walter Lee acres, Frankford Lee Golden, Verlan Lee O'Dell, and to James M. Smith and th, 1/2 acre, Meadow Bluff Barksdale and Clinton 1.. ~to Kenneth L. Bryant and 1.01 acres, White $49,500 States of Ameriea, the Administrator of Home Administration, Department of Agricul- L. l)ersinger..51 Roncevcrte, $34,500 l~ew Suits Filed ,~nnette Lewis vs. Douglas Penn vs. Donald Swing vs. Albert G. Mldklff vs. Linda L. David Bumgarner vs. Sh- Bumgarner Valley National Bank IL Llnkous and Sam E. Surgeon-General Heads Xmas Seals Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, was named na- tional chairperson of the Ameri- can Lung Association's (ALA) 1990 Christmas Seal Campaign, according to John R. Carlson, executive director of the Ameri- can Lung Association of West Virginia. "As a physician and former public health officer, I want to do as much as I can to assist the American Lung Association in its efforts towards the conquest of lung disease and promotion of lung health," said Dr. Koop. "I am honored that the AI~ has asked me to be its national Christmas Seal Chairperson." In that capacity, Dr. Koop will present President George Bush with the First Family's official 1990 Christmas Seals at the White House ceremony in No- vember. Dr. Koop, a pediatric surgeon with an international reputation, was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health, US Public Health Service in February 1981, and sworn in as Surgeon Gen- eral later that year. As Surgeon General, Dr. Koop oversaw the activities of the 6000 member Public Health Service Commis- sioned Corps and advised the public on health matters such as smoking and health, diet and nutrition, environmental health hazards, and the importance of immunization and disease pre- vention. He resigned his government position in 1989, and continues to educate the public about health issues through his writ- ings, lectures, and through his consulting firm. The first 1990 Christmas Seals were mailed in West Vir- ginia in September. Other mail- ings will be made this month through December. This year's peace dove seals were designed by an artist at The Franklin Mint specifically for Founded in 1908 to combat tuberculosis, today the American Lung Association of West Vir- ginia and its medical section, the West Virginia Thoracic Society, are dedicated to the conquest of lung disease and the promotion of lung health. ALA's public health education programs are supported by donations to Christmas Seals, other direct mall appeals and special events including the West Virginia Golf Privilege Card, the Mother's Day Bike Trek and a Ski Weekend; Letters... Continued From Page 4-A Greenbrier County Board of Education News and Views from Chestnut Street The Greenbrier Board of Edu- cation began promptly at 7:30 p.m. with prayer by Assistant Superintendent Dwight Livesay. The first delegation to speak was represented by Jean Carlson. Ms. Carlson said she repre- sented a group of no-union teachers who are opposed to col- lective bargaining. The teachers she represent wanted the board to assure that all teachers would be represented in faculty senates and that if any mediation had to take place over any issues, non- union teachers would be allowed to participate. Ms. Carlson also noted that during the teachers' strike, the local law enforcement officials refused to offer them protection, tf is their hope, that should there ever be another strike, the police would make sure that they could cross picket lines without fear of personal harm or harassment. Readers, many of you may not be aware that the establishment of a faculty senate was created. This was done to assure teach- ers of a voice in how the schools are run. This senate, whose members are to be elected by the teachers at each school, will meet once a month during school hours-resulting in a shorter school day once a month. The teachers who spoke voiced the opinion that this sen- ate somehow would usurp the power of authority of school principals. They felt that strong principals make strong schools. Along those lines I personally agree, but must say strongly that it takes more than just principals, it takes good, kind, Conscientious teachers and par- ents who are not only allowed to become involved but welcome into the schools. Possibly, what we really need is a parents sen- ate! On the actual agenda, several issues were approved by the Board. One of note was the phased-ln installation of com- puters in all kindergarten and first grade classrooms by 1993. Alderson, Lewlsburg and Rainelle elementary schools will not see computers in each K-I classroom immediately as they are not on the first priority list. This is due, as explained by Dwight Livesay, in part to the fact that there are computers al- ready at these schools and the lace that the children at these schools score consistently high on the state-wide achievement tests. The policy manual for the Board was approved over the ob- jections of Houston Arbuckle. Mr. Arbuckle wanted the Board Kalico Kitchen, Union; Sears, to delay approval until some of Alderson, Rosewood Cafe, the items discussed were Hillsboro, City Hall, Rupert; brought into line with the Edu- Greenbrier Valley Limousine,cation Reform Bill. One item White Sulphur Sorings, City specifically mentioned dealt with Hall, Lewisburg; Edith's Health corporal punishment in the Food ~tore; Flanagan's Barber schools, As many of you know, Shop; Winlder Printing, all In corporal punishment or the pad- Lewisburg. dling or spanking of children, is Robert Wade MeCotmlelr allowed in West Virginia. Let me Lewbbutg know how you feel on this issue :.| Legislature passed [ i ~! to fund educa- If you like The Mountain Messenger ... 8, referredin West toVirglnla'as the i Please thank our advertisers Enhancement Act, i : .... Leslie and I, and the entire Staggers family, want to extend our heartfelt thanks for your continued support. I consider serving West Virginia an honor and a privilege. I look forward to the next two years and the great opportunity they represent. With your help, we can continue to build and invest in West Virginia's future. By Bailey Tyler Please send your letters to the Mountain Messenger, to me, or write to the Editor. As new business, Steve Bald- win asked the Board to give him the go-ahead to negotiate terms for the purchase of what is known as the "Boone Farm" in Fairlea for the site of the pro- posed new Junior High. This re- quest was granted but Jim An- derson voted against, noting his objections as mentioned in ear- lier meetings. Perhaps if there had been faculty and parent senates already in place, consoli- dation might not be the issue it still is. Bluestone Park Offers Lower Off-Season Rates Are you looking for a secluded mountain getaway that the whole family can enjoy? From now through next March 31, Bluestone State Park near Hin- ton offers off-season rates on their deluxe cabins. Bluestone's cabins are located on wooded ridgellnes high above the Mountain State's second largest lake. Each cabin Includes a kitchen, forced-air heat and a stone fireplace with firewood provided. Cabins are available in three sizes to accommodate from two to nine overnight guests. Wildlife abounds in the 2,100 acre park with eight miles of marked hiking trails. You're sure to spot white-tailed deer feeding along the roadsides, and proba- bly even outside your living room window! There's plenty to do during your stay. Bluestone's cabin guests swim for free in a heated indoor pool or relax In the sauna at nearby Pipestem State Park, just nine miles away. When there's snow on the ground, you may rent cross-country ski equipment there. For alpine skiers, a ski resort Is within an hour's drive of Bluestone. For more information or res- ervations, Call Bluestone State Park, toll-free nationwide at 1- 800-CALL-WV or dial 466-1922. The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 22, 1990 5A 1988 FORD TRUCK F-150 - XLT Lariat, brand new ................................. $12,995 1988 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER GRAND LE-long body, loaded ............... $12,995 1988 DODGE DAKOTA LE-loaded, like new ......................................... $11,400 1987 NISSAN - 5 spd., air, cass., like new ................................................ $5995 1984 FORD F-150 4)(4- 4 spd.,sharp ....................................................... $6495 1984 CHEVY S-10- V-6 4 spd., 4X4, Durango package .......................... $4995 1984 FORD RANGER- V-6, auto, PS, PB ............................................... SOLD 1966 CHEVY PICK-UP - Show Truck, like new ........................................ $3995 1984 FORD BRONCO I1- auto, PS, PB, cass ................................... : ....... SOLD 1983 FORD RANGER- 4X4, 4 cyl:, 4 spd., camper top ........................... SOLD 1982 GMC VANDURA VAN- loaded ......................................................... $3995 1981 FORD F-100 - 4 spd., nice truck ....................................................... $2795 1978 FORD 4X4- auto, air, must see ........................................................ $4995 1977 FORD F-150 - 4X4, 6 cyl., 4 spd., PS ............................................... $3995 BEDLINERS $199.00 FREt INSTALLATION LIFETIME WARRANTY ViSA a MASTERCARO 1989 SUBARU - auto, air, 26,000 miles .................................................... $7995 1988 CHEVY CAMARO - V-6, auto, cass:, 16,000 miles .......................... $7995 1988 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK - 4 spd., air ....................................... $6795 1988 CHEVY CORSICA- auto, air, one owner ......................................... $6995 1988 DODGE ARIES SW- loaded, like new ............................................. $6995 1986 PONTIAC TRANS AM- T-lops.. loaded, 36,000 miles ..................... $9995 1984 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 DOOR-loaded ............................................... 153995 1984 FORD LTD 4 DOOR- V-6, fuel injected ......... : ................................. $2295 1981 BUICK CENTURY- V-8, auto, air, csss ........................................... $2495 1981 MERCURY LYNX SW. auto, air, front wheel drive .......................... $1995 1964 FORD GALAXIE - V-8, auto,radio .................................................... $1495 1986 FORD MUSTANG GT- 5.0 V-8. loaded, 28,000 miles .................... $7995 effects on electric and coal pro- take advantage of i Tax Credit. ranges affecting coal include a new mini- 50 per ton for coal for sale, profit use after October minimum tax will those taxpayers who all or the majority of tax liability. advantage of the Credit some coal pro- been able to com- their total ser- vility. With the es- the minimum tax with large tax not completely es- To double provides mum tax to be al- credit against the and occupation generation, produc- of electric power The change in- rate of tax from 2/ cent to 26/100ths on power produced zhange increases the sold to West Vlr- by utilities who power. This rate 15/100ths of 19/100ths of one increases apply to after October 1, provision in the bill the Public Serv- ED allow an im- ps through of these to customers, the traditional rate increases. For contact: Urita irector, Taxpayer Department of 348-205 I. Paid for by Friends of Staggers for Congress, Jennings Randolph, Treasurer LARGE TO SERVE YOU, l,d $,,,qh To Can Corner of Durant Rd. & Ub~rty St., Covington, VA, See Pat Easy Access Off I-$4,, [xlt 4 & Save VADL Winter snow is just around the corner. This is one tire sale you can't afford to miss! Sale will be held Saturday, November 24th Two hours only, while supplies last! Between I0 a.m. and 12 noon NATIONALTIRES- RADIAL SNOW P155x80R13 ................. $32.00 P165x80R13 ................. $34.00 P185x80R13 ................. $36.00 P205x75R14 ................. $41.00 P215x75R14 ................. $43.00 P235x75R15 ................. $48.00 TRACTION XTC- RADIAL SNOW 185x75x14 ..................... $38.00 195x75x14 ..................... $39.00 195x70x14 ..................... $43.00 205x75x14 ..................... $40.00 215x75x15 ..................... $45.00 225x75x15 ..................... $47.00 235x75x15 ..................... $49.00 LAREDO - LIGHT TRUCK ROUGH TREAD 205x75x15 ..................... $55.00 215x75x15 ..................... $59.00 235x75x15 ..................... $66,00 235x85x16 ..................... $88.00 245x75x16 ..................... $93.00 COURSER - RADIAL LIGHT TRUCK ROUGH TREAD 205x75x 15 ..................... $52.00 30x950x15 ..................... $76.00 235x75x15 ..................... $77.00 1050x15 ......................... $78.00 31x1050x15 ................... $81:00 33x1250x15 ................... $94.00 ALL SEASON LAREDO- ALL SEASON 235x75x15 ..................... $61.00 235x85x16 ..................... $75.00 BIASWINTERTREADS- DELTA NEWTIRESFORTHE PRICE OF RETREADS 165x80x13 ............................ $28.00 '185x80x13 ............................ $29.00 195x75x14 ...... : ..................... $32.00 205x75x14 ............................ $34.00 215x75x14 ............................ $35.00 215x75x15 ............................ $36.00 225x75xt5 ............................ $37.00 235x75x15 ............................ $39.00 STRAIGHT TREAD DELTA BIAS$3LESS TIGER PAW P175x80R13 ............... $37.00 P185x70R14 .............. $38.00 P195x75R14 .............. $38.00 P205x75R15 .............. $48.00 P215x75R15 ............... $49.00 DELTATIRES P155x80R13 ........... $27.00 P165xBOR13: .......... $30.00 P185x80R13 ........... $31.00 P195x60R14 ........... $31.00 P205x75R14.....,...$45.00 P205x75R15 ........... $36.00 P225x75R15 ........... $39.00 MICHELIN FALLS ROADMASTER IV 155xSR12 ............ $35.00 P165x80R13: ......... $30.00 155x80R13 .......... $32.00 "'P 185x80Rt 3 .......... $32,00 175x75R14 .......... $61.00 P195x75R14 .......... $34.00 195x75R14 .......... $70.00 P215x75R14 .......... $37.00 P215x75R15 .......... $39.00 P235x75R15 .......... $42.00 UNIROYAL Jlte i OTHER ITEMS AVAILAB 10"-a-rig $1.00 each Windshield Washer Fluid $4,95 Case Lot Only Rock Salt Antifreeze $28.50 Case Lot Only for De.Icing 25#bag $2.00 each 50#bag $3.50 each WE HAVE VARIOUS STUDDED TIRES AND STUDS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST MOUNTING & BALANCING WILL BE $5 EACH BY APPOINTMENT ONLY "DEALERS WELCOME" HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THERE! MANY BRANDS AND SIZES TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST. NEW TRUCK TIRES IN STOCK AND RECAPS AVAILABLE. RIPCO 900 MONROE AVE., RONCEvERTE, WV (304) 647-5313