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The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, December 27, 1990 1B Ronceverte Surplus Store Purchased By Monroe Countians Danny Hutchens, Jimmy Morgan, Wayne Perkins Degree Black Belts ;d To Three Area Men irand Master Sang Kyu 1, Tenth degree Black Belt President of the World Mar- Arls Association located in t Michigan, has an- flint Jimmy Morgan of Danny ttutchens of 3urg, and Wayne Perkins have been promoted rank of Second Dan (See- agree Black Belt) in the art of "l\qe Kwon Do. The ~tions are the result of all Inen having met the vari- requirements lor pro- which included a demon- of forms (pre-deter- fighting movements), self- techlliqtles, free-style iag, breaking, and having a knowledge of the histoly Sports Quiz by Allan Ornstein N.F.L. PICKS DECEMBER 29, 1990 CITY AT CHICAGO Lifetime, Bears lead the 3-I-0, and the Chiefs have not Chicago since 1973. PRE- Bears 24, Chiefs 19. AT PHOENIX Lifetime, Cardinals lead 43-39-5. PREDICTION: 35, Cardinals 17. and philosophy of TaP Kwon Do and the martial arts m general. Another consideration for pro- nlolion was what cor|lribution each had made to the martial a rl s. All three men are instructors at the Pil Sung School of Martial Arts lc)cated in Lewisburg. Jimmy Morgan is head instruc- tor at lhe Union branch school and Danny Hutchens is head in- slrnctor at tile Marlinton Branch school. The school with all its branches has over 60 students rangmg in age froill 5 to 55. They teach traditional "l\ae Kwon Do which means that all fighting and weapons skills are to be used lor self-del)nse only. CLEVELAND BROWNS 1. What Cleveland quarterback has the all-time record for most yards passing? 2. Name the Cleveland player who holds the record for most yards rushing in his career. 3. For which college did current starting quarterback Bernie Kosar play? 4. Who has the career high record for interceptions on the Browns' 1 received several questions about the buck harvest so here is a news release I received from the Department of Natural Re- sources giving all the details. A record number of 83,038 deer were taken during West Virginia's two-week buck season that ended December 1, said Bob Miles, Chief of the Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Re- sources Section. ~l'hls is a 12 per cent increase over last year's record take of 74,035,~ Miles said. The top 10 counties and the number of deer killed each were: Randolph, 4,864; Hampshire, 4,080; Preston, 3,609; Hardy, 3, 1 74; Pocahontas, 3,059; Pendleton, 2,827; Ritchie, 2,794; Grant, 2,792; I.,ewis, 2,447; and We~el, 2,353. Closer to home and their kills are Monroe, 2,227; Greenbrier, 1,778 and Summers, 1,051. The largest increase, 21 per cent, occurred in Randolph County, Miles said. Hunter suc- cess also improved throughout the southeast and southwestern counties, showing a 26 per cent increase followed by the eastern Panhandle counties with 18 per cent. The central counties in- creased 15 per cent and the western and northern counties increased 6 and 3 respectively over last year. Overall. 42 counties showed an increase while 9 declined in reported kill. McDowell, Wyo- ming, Logan, and Mlngo coun- ties were closed during the two- week gun season. "Our healthy, abundant deer population provides millions of days of recreation opportunities for our citlzens~ Hunters spend more than $85 million annually on food, clothing, gasoline, and camping and hunting equipment while hunting the fields and for- ests of West Virginia," Miles said. "These expenditures made by deer hunters are especially im- portant to the businesses of ru- ral counties and add to the local economy. In addition, the total 1990 deer harvest will have a lean-meat value of more than $8.5 million," Miles said. It is hard to believe that with all these deer being taken all around me, I only saw one small doe. It's really kind of funny when you think about it. I can just imagine all those deer peek- ing around trees at me while I see nothing. Oh well, there's al- ways next year. On the Local Front A. D. Lewis is shown with a 16 point buck he killed on Cold Knob November 20. A. D. Lewis Kenneth Brewer and daughter Sheri Kirby have used the initials of their last names for the name of their new Ronceverte business, B & K Surplus. The army surplus store was purchased from former own- ers/operators, Steve and Virginia Faber, and is located in the former McQueen's Department Store building downtown, recently the site of the Ronceverte Trade Center on Main Street (U. S. 219). Mr Brewer and his daughter opened for business November 26 and stock a variety of Army-issued clothing items and supplies. Of particular interest, he said, is a selection of desert camouflage items similar to that being worn by servicemen in the Persian Gulf region. So far business is really steady," he said."We get a lot of business from hunters, too." Mr Brewer is a retired state policeman and served over two years in the United States Army's Armored Cavalry Reconnais- sance. He and his daughter live in Union. $ ? State Violations Division of Natural Resources said. "This indicates a public team? conservation officers issued awareness of the DNR's aggres- ~} 5. Which Cleveland Browns player 1,557 citations to hunters dur-slve enforcement efforts to pur- ~-,'= DECEMBER 30,1991 has the aU-time record for the most ing the recently completed two- sue these illegal activities. : ~ 'S Oil Happy New D AT WASHINGTON yards gained on pass receptions? week buck-only deer season. "While voluntary compliance 0 Crucial out-of- 6. Who has the career record for said Colonel Richard Hall, chief with West Virginia wildlife laws }:'ear and Rt. 219 North confrontation which scoring the most touchdowns for the of the Department of Natural Re-and regulations is our ultimate Thanks the game of the week. Browns? sources (DNR) Law Enforcement goal, the conservation officers 33, Redskins 7. Who on the Cleveland team Section. are in the field to ensure the ~ Ill Lewisburg 645-19Z0 ION: Bills holds the career record for most The citations were issued for heritage of hunting ls protected * 438-8581 sacks? 8. Who leads the Cleveland squad variOUSginia huntingVilatinSlawsfandWeStregula-Vir- added.far future generations," Mr Hall In Rainelle Lifetime, Bengals lead with career high kickoff returns? 21-19-0. PREDICTION: 9. Name the player with the most tions, m~ Conservation officers also ~. ~~ 45, Browns 21. career high fumbles in the Browns' used decoy deer during the sea- ~ it ,a, organization, p~l .O.4,~I ,~4 .~, s ~I,LAS AT ATLANTA 10. Who is the all-time leader for son to make 35 arrests of per- ~S: Lifetime, Cowboys lead most punts on the Cleveland football sons who were hunting from ..... ~s 9-4-0, but last year Atlanta team? their vehicles or shooting from or 134 HP and 1500 lbs. Payload ~."/27-2 I. PREDICTION: ~ across a roadway. The 35 arrests ' , wboys 20. represented a significant de- ! crease from 1989, when 100 ar- rests were made. ROIT AT SEATTLE ,', . . "pu~g soam~O..l ~1 ,H "q |1~I @ ,S:Lffetmle, Seattle leads ~The intense publicity given to ies3-1-0, and the Lions (0~6t-~961) 'slund [~9 the decoy deer operations in re- defeated Seattle since 1976. UoJ~taoJ uo(1 "0I '.(Sg6ITL61) 'salq cent years has been instrumen- Seahawks 27, Lions-umj ~,9 ad!.~ uv!.ltI '6 ~(~961-656I) tal In this reduction," Mr Hall 'suanlaa J lo)l,)l)t I(:l II~H ;Sower ,oo ouKI "~ :(Ig6I-0L6I) "s:~aes 69 >laaqg ,ORal' 'L :((~961-~e6[)'.~umopqanol BAY AT DENVER 9el U'~Oa~I tU! '.q~(696I-gL61)'spa~ Lifetime, Denver leads O~'L'L ,)mascoN o!zzo "~ :(186[-9L6I 3-1-I. PREDICTION: .I~k6l-gk61) 'suo!Idaaaolu! 27, Broncos 23. ~I, uopat~(l ulq,L "~ tsauva!aanH ~"~ ~mm~ "8 .(c2961"L~6[) '~mqsm spa~,( &N&POLIS AT MIAMI ~.Iff~l u,~Ao';tl tu!l' '8 '.((:861-1~L6I) S: This is the upset of the PREDICTION: Colts 17, 'sp~e)/ tgIL'8~, od!s uepfl "I 16. F GIANTS AT NEW ENGLAND Lifetime, Giants lead the -I-0. PREDICTION: Giants JETS AT TAMPA BAY Lifetime, Jets lead the and in their last meet- whipped Tampa Bay PREDICTION: Bucs AT L.A. RAIDERS Lifetime, Raiders lead 39-20-2, and Los Angeles the last seven straight )ra rival San Diego. PRE- Raiders 17, Chargers 10. 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