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The Mountain Messenger,Thursday, December 27, 1990 3A White Sulphur Sprin e Deeds Valley National Bank, and Trustee under the and Testament of Carl Le- to Charles B. Ar- dr. and Mary E. Arbaugh, 40- l:ort Spring Dist., $14,000 Tiec Sanford to Ira Scudder, and llubert Brooks, of Scwcll Valley Baptist ~'h, .75 acre, Meadow Bluff $5,OOO Thomas Walker to lhunela S. and Clarence O. Curry, one Corner Dist., gift Vest to Thomas Dean e, lot, Meadow Bluff Dist., L. Price, Joyce Price, Carl !Carolyn Price Matsko, and iPriec to Daniel J, Kelly and R. Kelly, 1 5,457 sq. ft., Bluff Dist., $20,000 K. Modlin and Jill G. Meal- West Virginia Department of l)ivision of |Iigh- acres, Irish Corner Dist., I1. McClintic and Levi Iltic to Billy Joe Allman, 2 Frankford Dist., $4,000 Angcrhofer and Jae- Angcrhofer to Charles J. and Marlcnc Burns, 128.85 Fort Spring Dist., $55,000 ~, F. Ballard to Mark T. Ballard T. Ballard, parcels, Town no consideration A. Tabit and Robert A. to Gerald A. Jacobsen and Di- , Jacobsen, 110.29 acres, Irish r Dist., S 1,500 and Associates to Eric Smith and Cristi Michelle Lou- lot, Lcwisburg Municipal- D. Skidmore and Eleanor L. to Bank of Gassaway and National Bank, lots, Town S25,000 S. Callison to Michael R. .554 acre, Lewisburg Dist., husband C. Cassell and Elaine S, to Riley K, ttodges and C. t lodges, lot, City of Ron- 000 C. f til~man, Hayward L, and Ronda S. Cooke to O. Browning and Diane L. parcels, Frankford Dist., New Suits Filed Untain International, Inc., a rginia Corporation vs. Edison aka Edison L. Stephens g SUsan Krausman vs. Timothy lSnlan Financial, Factoring Agent Shirley Hardiman 1 tardiman, partners, ;Special Foods of Bluefield, Inc. Enterprises, Inc., dba Boys Grocery Credit Corporation L. Bycrs and Wanda J. Spencer McClintic Blake Edward Blake W. Carr and Dianna L. V~ General Motors Corporation, non-domestic corporation au- to do business in the State Virginia Thuc Ballard vs. Lisa Har- allard D. Bills vs 13renda D. Bills Pack Iiaulcr, Inc. vs. North Van Lines, Inc. Allen Yoakum vs. Wanda ~llins Yoakum of WV. Inc., dba Hu- fital-Grcenbrier Valley vs Simms ~. vs l)anny R. Groves ~. vs. l)onnalce E. Furry and Furry Vs. JcffeW [)logger and Marie ~eeton Community Hospital Inc. a Corporation vs. L. I [arrison Dale Sheets, Jr. vs Sandra IJmestone Co. vs T&K Co, Billy Gileson, Bonnie By Jonathan Wright A potential $60,000 deficit by the end of the fiscal year will be ameliorated by a number o.f spending cuts, according to White Sulphur Springs Mayor John Bowling. The cuts are part of a resolution voted for by the City Council at its monthly meeting December 17 at City Hall. The Council agreed to a three- point plan suggested by Mr Bowling to reduce a deficit of approximately $30,000. The first, introduced by an ordinance approved on first reading, raises residential garbage collection rates from $6 to $8. The hike will bring in an additional $13,200 by June 30 (the end el the fiscal year), Mr Bowling said. "Our spending has been pretty much where it needs to be this year, except for the Sanila lion Department," Mr Bowling said. Costs exceeded revenues m that department, mamly because of increases in landfill rates, hc said. The Greenbrier Counly Solid Waste Authorily now charges $20 per ton lor (hunpinK waste at the landfill near I.ewis burg. "We absorbed the recent m crease [from $18 to $20 per toni at first, but it caught up with us," the mayor said. Rhema Christian Center Lewisburg, will present a Holiddy Motile!)leamrir~g various art- ists in an evening oJ Music, Dance asset Drama. December 30, 6 p.m. For more informalion call 645 6999. Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Saturday, December 29 and Wednesday, Januar'!l 2, 8:20. a.m. Rosary {'ecitation after ltw 8 a.m. daily Mass. Good Grief A support group for those in paw Jrom divorce, death, loss or separation of loved ones, will meet Thursday, January 3 at 7 p.m., Tuke Hall oJ" Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, White Sulphur Springs. All are always welcome. Prepared Childbirth Class "I~esday evenings, 7 p.m.-9 p.m., begins Jamlary 2. 6-week course for first time Mom's or {J you ttave ~lot attended a child- birth class before or in the last 4 years, Mother's due date in Feb- mary and March. Big brother big sister" class, Wednesday, Feb- mary 6, 7 p.m. Call Humana-Greenbrier Valley Hospilal.lbr more information. City of Lewisburg Will not pick up trash on Tuesday, January 1, m observance of New Year's Day. "l~esdays and Wednesdays lrash will be picked up on Wednesday, Jarltlary 2. All former and present employees of Hotel covered under the Greenbrier the 1 980 Hotel and Restau- rant--Employe- -s L--o-- cal Union 863 C--o- racts & having service charge fees for that period -- Be advised a special meeting will be held Wednesday. January 2, 1991 at 4:30 pm at the Union Hall on Pleas- ant Valley Road, White Sulphur Springs Paid for by Local 863, HERE, of White Sulphur Springs is proud to announce A Gala New Year's Eve Celebration featuring The Bob Black Trio Monday Dec. 31, 1990 - 9 p.m. to I a.m. Dancing, Dinner, Champagne & Party $30 per person Call for reservations; (304) 536-2202 ! HOME DECORATING CENTER y Spe In Stock Stainmaster Carpet sq. yd. Installation Available ) w. Washington Street Monday thru Saturday W.Va. 8 am to 5 pm The second point of the defi tit-cutting plan is a series of payroll cuts accomplished by re quiring various city employees to take time off without pay be tween now and June 30. The measures would resu]l in sav- ings of $15,000 to the city. Each of tile sLx police ellleers will be required to take two weeks oil, saving $4,000. The lout City Hall employees will take off varying. amounts of time to save a total of $1.000, and the 20 mature nance employees will take Itmls off the job, saving the city ap proximately $10,000. The third point m the plan calls for $32.000 in various spending freezes throughot~l llw city. Tolal savings realized by t lw three-point plan will be iJl the neighborhood of $60,000. Mr Bowling said. The mayor added that city employees wouM qualify for tin employment compensation for any time they would be required io take off work withotlt pay, In a spirit of gratitude, the White Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce extends best wishes for a prosperous New Year and, to our new businesses, welcome! All That Glitters ;urr Rabbit Child Development Cabin Club Cucci's Pizzaria Family Dollar Food Lion Godfather's Pizza Gunnoe & Ziegler Heritage House Kathy's Flowers II McDonald's Rite Aide White Sulphur Springs Main Street Continued success in the future! IIIII II II I 1 IK, B Jo.nO E t I K ": iLnganacre I I >+ ' 0++...0,,+, I +I~oooan+or+ +I ! WHAT SHOULD THE Cloth+ng helps to express the unique charactenstics of an tndiwdual Eve+~ in death, clothing can convey the special personality of the deceased In the planning of funeral details, the matter of clothing for the deceased should not be overlooked. Has there been a request in the past from the deceased concerning his or her own feeling? Sometimes a unL- form of office or volunteer leadership has been requested, because of the significance to the deceased Medals and jewelry may be considered to complete the uniform or dress Is clothing worn by the deceased dur ing lifetime appropriate9 By all means A suit or dress wh,ch was a particular favorite of the deceased or the survivor - may be the prime con+ sideration, We invite your questions and will an- swer them privately or publicly through this column LONGANACRE FUNERAL HOME Fort Spring, WV 647-4025 .................. Happy New Year And Many Thanks 0 You Must Buy Before January 1, 1991 Was 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 4-Dr. $6,900 Brougham equip, 5 spd. control, AM/FM/cassette, 38,000 miles 1984 Buick LeSabre 4-Dr. $5,700 Limited trim, power door lock & windows, driver power seat, 5 spd contol 1985 Ford Thunderbird Coupe $6,900 V8 engine, air, driver power seat, aero panels, deep tinted glass 1985 Oldsmobile "98" 4-Dr. $8,200 Brougham equip., leather seats, dual power seats, wire wheel covers, Black 1985 Chrysler 5th Avenue $6,500 V8 engine, leather seats, sunroof, wire wheel covers, power windows & door locks. 1986 Oldsmobile Delta 88 4-Dr. $8,900 driver power seat, Brougham equip., ETR AM/FM/cassette, power windows 1986 Chevrolet Full-Size Blazer $11,800 Silverado, power windows & door locks, ETR AM/FM/cassette,Red 1986 Chevrolet Cavalier 4-Dr. $6,900 air, ETR AM/FM/cassette, "CL" trim,tilt wheel, 55,000 miles 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer $15,500 Dual power seats, leather/cord trim, Woodgrain, Aluminum wheels, 40,000 miles 1987 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 $8,400 "CL" interior, aluminum wheels, AM/FM, V6 engine, 39,000 miles, Black Now $5,200 $4,600 $4,900 $6,400 $4,600 $6,600 $9,900 $5,600 $12,950 $6,50O I Special-of-the-Week 1970 Chevrolet C50 Truck-w/logging bed was $3900 Now $2,200 | 1960 Willys Jeep Truck Your Price $490 ) 1987 Chevrolet Full-Size Pickup $10,900 Silverado pkg. air, AM/FM/cassette, 5 spd control, 49,000 miles 1988 Buick Electra $12,200 station wagon, Estate equip, 3 seats, driver power seats, Woodgrain aluminum wheels 1988 Chevrolet Full-Size Pickup 4X4 Scottsdale pkg., auto, V8 engine, only 23,000 miles 1980 Dodge Pickup 6 cyl., 4 spd., needs state inspection 1989 Ford Tempo 4-Dr. $10,900 $1,900 $9,900 $11,800 all-wheel drive, auto, air, power windows & door locks, tilt wheel 1989 Chevrolet Camaro "RS" equip, auto air, T-Tops, ETR AM/FM/cassette, power windows, Black 1989 Ford Mustang $10,500 "LX" equip., auto, air, 5 spd. control, tilt wheel, AM/FM/cassette, 19,000 miles 1990 Chevrolet Lumina 4-Dr. $15,900 Euro equip, driver power seat, aluminum wheels, ETR AM/FM/cassette 1990 Nissan Stanza 4-Dr. $14,800 "XE" equip. AM/FM/cassette, power windows, light brown, 900 mites 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier 4-Dr. $12,500 ETR AM/FM/cassette, "RS" equip., power windows & door locks, Red. $9,400 $10,400 $9,800 $690 $8,5OO $10,400 $9,200 $13,900 $13,800 $9,900 Ask About Our Mechanical Repair Protection Plan and Our On-The-Spot Financing Capability