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During the three month pe- riod ending September 30, 1995. the Division of Forestry investigated 140 complaints on logging jobs throughout West Virginia. The foresters and rang- ers found 106 of the complaints to be valid. Division of Forestry Personnel issued 79 compliance orders and 32 suspension or- ders. A compliance order allows the operator to continue work while correcting the violation. A suspension ordm', issued in the case of a serious violation or when compliance order is not followed, shuts the operation down until corrective action is completed. Of the compliance and suspension orders issued, 23 were because there was mud in the stream or on the road and 15 due to treetops being left in streams. The balance were for "paper violations." The. paper violations consist of such prob- lems as not giving notification, not having a certified logger on the job or not having a timber license. It is estimated that it costs the typical 19gging company about $4,300 per day or $688,000 for five days. Although the division derives no pleasuri~ out of suspending logging Jobs, it has had the effect of making the loggers comply with the law. Overall the six districts report considerable improvement in harvesting timber in every area. There are still problem areas, but Increasingly the division is seeing an improvement in prac- tically every logger's attitude -- wanting to do the job right. U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd, D-WV, recently received a "Safety Leader Award" in honor of his leadership resulting in Senate adoption of his "zero-tol- erance" amendment, which is aimed at cracking down on drunk driving by people under 21 years of age. The award, presented by Ad- vocates for Highway and Auto Safety, recognized Senator Byrd for his strong .leadership on the issue of zero tolerance during Senate floor debate on the Na- tional Highway System Designa- tion Act of 1995. Byrd won Sen- ate approval of his amendment requiring states to pass "zero- tolerance" laws. Such laws would make youths under 21 who drive wlth a blood-alcohol content as low as 0.02 percent subject to state-imposed drunk- driving penalties. States not in compliance with the provision will have five per- cent of their federal highway construction funds withheld in fiscal year 1998, and ten per- cent every year thereafter. Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is a broad-based al- liance of consumer, safety, law enforcement and insurance or- ganizations working together to promote adoption of effective highway safety legislation and policies at national and state levels. The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 re- quired every state to make ille- gal the purchase or public pos- session of alcoholic beverages by those under 21. That Act also required any state that did not comply to lose a portion of its federal highway funds. Prior to enactment of that legislation, only 18 states had 21-year-old drinking-age laws. Today. all 50 states have passed laws making 21 the legal drinking age. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration credits the na- tional minimum drinking age with prevention of nearly 1,000 traffic deaths a year. The Byrd provision is intended to play a similar role in urging state to adopt zero-tolerance laws. Since its creation In 1990, the "Safety Leader Award" has been presented to three dozen political leaders in the states and in Congress who have shown exceptional leadership on highway safety issues. PEOPLE I SERVING[ Greenbrier Valley Dental Society Makes Second Donation to Greenbrier Community Foundation Renovation Fund The Greenbrier Valley Dental Society has made a second do- nation to Greenbrier Commu- nity College Foundation's reno- vation fund campaign. "Our nineteen members in Monroe, Pocahontas and Greenbrier Counties are pleased to help the college, the foundation, and through them, our entire corn- munlty," Society Secretary- Treasurer Dr. H. Richard Marshall said. Greenbrier Valley Dental So- clety also gives four high school students scholarships each year. "The teachers at Pocahon- tas County, James Monroe, Greenbrier West and Greenbrier East High Schools chose a sci- ence student to receive the Den- tal Society scholarship," Marshall said. "The Society hopes to encourage students to continue education in health sciences." On behalf of the Dental Soci- ety, Marshall said it is wonder- ful for the community to have higher education in a first class manner. "We are happy to con- tribute toward the renovation project," he said. "It is our pleasure to help the school, foundation and all our neigh- boring communities." Marshall noted that students need a local college so they may I ! Dr. H. Richard Marshall, Secretary-Treasurer of Greenbrier Valley Den- tal Society, presents the Society's donation to Ann P. Fort, Executive Director of Greenbrier Community College Center. Other Dental Soci- ety officers are Dr. Frank Collins, president, and Dr. Scott Withers vice-president continue with jobs and families State College. A catalogue of at the same time as they are course offerings lbr the Spring earning college credits. "By hay- 1996 semester is now available ing the community college here, by calling 645-3303 or by com- we provide educational opportu- ing by the "Community College nltles for students who still CenteY in the gymnasium build- work while mastering the college ing at Wesl Virginia School of curriculum," he said. Osteopathic Medicine. 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Monroe St., Covington, VA 24426 7,600 sq, ft cinder block bgilding with office and display.area, shop area with 3 overhead doom, an upstairs apartment, gas forced air heating. COMMERCIAL ZONING: C2 EXCELLENT LOCATION VEHICLES 1987 Nissan, 1 ton, 6 cylinder 1989 Ford 1 ton with glass racksl OFFICE EQUIPMENT Epson computer with printer, Olympia Fax Machine, Xerox copier, file cabinets, office desks, chairs, safe, and misoelladeous display items including a FURNISHINGS Whirlpool refrigerator, Frigidaire refrigerator, Kelvinator rofdgerator, 25 in. color Sharp TV, Maytag washer & dryer, 11,000 BTU window air conditioner, 320 watt Sansui amplifier, 4-80 watt Pioneer Speakers, AKAI reel to reel recorder, and other miscellaneous furniture. Solarium. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT Milwaukee Ban Saw, Kett power scissors, Makita 4 in. Grinder, 2-Makita Reuters, Whitney Punch, Stihl 5/8 in. ddll, Makita 14 in. chop saw, Makita 10 in. chop saw, air pressure tank, Btnks air compressor, 2-cutting torch sets, Warren 6,000 lb. winch, 2-floor sanders, 2-bench grinders, 2-25 lb. propane tanks, 30 lb. propane tank, Shop Vac, Dewalt saw, Makita table saw, Craftsman welder, ddll press, 10-sets of scaffolding bucks, St. Louis air compressor, exhaust fan, electric winch, 2-bench vises, Makita jigsaw, 2-1/2 in. Hiltill router hammers, 3/4 in. Dewalt router hammer, Milwaukee Saueyall, 8 in. grinder, 2-Dewalt 3/8 in. drills, Black & Decke/" 7 in. skill saw, 4-Makita 3/8 in. drills, Craftsman tool cabinet, Cyclone 3 ton chain hoist, 2-36 ft. extension ladders, 1-40 ft. extension ladder, 20 ft. walkboard, 10 ft. light aluminum brake machine, battery charger, 2-floor jacks, space heater, 50 gallon kerosene tank with pump, 2-bladed Miter saw 1 1/2 horsepower, portable generator, 60 In. C.R. LAURENCE VERTICAL GLASS WASHER, vertical glass racks, SS 88 Hot Melt Byrutal Dispenser, and miscellaneous glass & racks. * SALE CONDUcTED FOR COVINGTON GLASS & MIRROR, INC, "ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PREVIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. "PRIOR VIEWING OF REAL ESTATE, CALL GREENWAY'S FOR APPOINTMENT. "TERMS OF SALE; Cash or Good check day of sale. REAL ESTATE: 10% down day of sale, balance in closing not to exceed 30 days. II AUCTION IS ACTION ..... PAT CHARLTON TOMMY GARTEN DON CHARLTON VA #1021 VA #988 VA #276 (540) 962-115,5. (540) 962-1155 (540) 864-6900 ,.. I I I II I III I I The Mountain Messenger, December 2, 1995 5B at Bec The Exhibition Coal Mine Gift Shop is officially opening its Christmas Gift Shop Saturday, December 2. Our shop will be open Monday through Friday from 9 to 5 until December 22. At this time, there will be a spe- cial "Lighting of the Coal Camp." Our plans are to decorate and light-up the Superintendent's House, Coal Camp House and everything in between. The houses will be open for a special tour for Christmas on December 2, from 9 to 5 p.m. "Our gift shop manager,.Bev- erly Farris, has done a tremen- dous job decorating and prepar- ing for the awaiting holiday shopper to visit our special gift shop featuring Christmas novel- ties and West Virginia hand- made crafts," said Renda Mor- ris, Director. We will feature an array of handmade arts and crafts, stained glass window prisms, coal fgures, coal jewelry and a whole new line of coal orna- ments such as angels, Santa sleds, Christmas trees, wreaths, rocking horses and lots more. The shop consists of so many wonderful Items tt is impossible 1o name then] all, according to manager Beverly Farris. "We have a variety of "Angels" for colleciors. Stocking sluffers that include "lower of Rocks", a vari- ety of rocks for kids that like to collect." The staff at the Be('kiey Exhi- bition Coal Mine invites every- one to visit this Chrislinas. For more information, call Renda Morris at the Beckley Exhibilion Coal Mine at (304) 256-1747. The Mountain Messenger Welcomes Your Church, Club, and Society News THE SUPEF DEALER says Don't let Christmas keep you buying a new car or truck... Over 120 New Cars & Trucks NOWln InventoW! Hard To Find Inventory: 7- 2 & 4 I)r. Cavaliers 6 - Camaros - T-Tops - 128 1 - Big Tahoe Blazer 5 - S-Blazers 6 - 1/2 & 3/4 Ton 4x4 Trucks 2- Monte Carlos 5 - S-Pick-ups - 4x4 - 4x2 22 - All Wheel Drive Sulmrus Including 1he AH New Outbackl Buick, Cadmae, Chevrolet, Oldsmobile, Pontiac... We have them =llt '95 Chevy 1/2 Ton 4x4 Reg. Cab '95 Chevy 1/2 Ton 4x4 Ext. Cab '95 Chevy S Blazer 4x4 5 Chevy I Ton Von 12 Passenger `94 Chevy 1/2 Ton 4x4 Ext. Cab `94 Chevy 1/2 Ton 4x4 Peg, Cab `94 Chevy S Blazer 4x4 '94 Geo Tracker 4x4 =94 Ford Ranger 4x2 '93 Chevy S Blazer 4x4 =93 6MC Jimmy 4x4 2 Nissan Pick-Up 4x4 "91 Chevy 3/4 Ton 4x4 "91 Chevy S Blazer 4x4 `90 Ford F-250 4x4 Over 50 Nice, Clean, Inspected & Ready To Go Used Units. See THE SUPER DEALER-The dealer that wants your business & is willing to work for it. Tom mY Ga.~ewn&e rP:t Johnson (~//V(0 tO/[~ COVINGTON 1-8OO-842-6185