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Jobs Lost In West Virginia in Only One Year .... The Bush Administration has in- sisted for the past year that its plan for the economy is working, but the jobs deficit in West Virginia is growing at an alarming rate According a report issued today by the Bureau to Labor Statistics (BLS), from March 2003 to March 2004 West Virginians lost 4,500 jobs or .06% of our total jobs, ranking West Virginia the third worst in the nation bringing West Virginia's total job loss under George W. Bush to 14,500 jobs. "These reports indicate what we' ve suspected all along, the Bush Admin- istration doesn't have a successful plan for job creation in West Virginia better." The new BLS statistics come on the heels of another report ranking Charleston and Parkersburg-Marietta in the top 100 cities most devastated by the Bush economy. With approxi- mately 4,800 private-sector jobs lost since Bush took office in January 2001, Charleston ranked 92 nd in per- centage of jobs lost in the report based on BLS data. The Parkersburg-Marietta area ranked 94th, losing 2.8 percent of the city's total jobs. The area went from a January 2001 high of 60,000 private-sector jobs to its current level of 58,300, according to BLS data. 2ND LIEUTENANT JENNIFER WOJTASZCZYK Wojtaszczyk Thursday, Apr. 29, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder-- Page 3B Ill p Re o tt yh u dogaSwn? '" $ This recipe is easy and very good. Great as a dip or side dish! I'm ready for our garden to start bringing on the vegetables, but I have one small prob- lem with that. We have to plant the seeds first! However, thanks to the farmers in other areas and all our wonderful truck drivers who deliver anywhere, we can enjoy these recipes a bit earlier! Industry analysts say our record high gas prices are likely to climb even higher and everyone is either driving around in circles to find the lowest price or just griping about them. But, according to experts, extra miles can be squeezed out of every fill-up if drivers followed a few simple rules. "The way to save money is in every drivers' hands, and sometimes feet," said Ray Palermo, director of public relations for national auto insurer, Response Insurance. "Everything comes down to two basic categories of advice," explained Palermo, "car care and driving habits." He offered drivers a few pieces of advice: Lighten the car's load by remov- Cilantro Cucumber Salad Simple, spicy and delicious. Chunks ofcucumher are splashed with lime juice and sprinkled with cilantro and chili powder. Makes a nice crudi- tes with a dipping sauce, or the finish- or America," stated Andrew Poag, For a copy of the Top 1170 Cities ing all unnecessary items from the ing touch for a pile of crisp ACTWest VirginiaCommunications facing job losses report, contact ACT becomes 2nd Lt. trunk, such as the bag of sand and greens.Serves 3 to 4 servings shovel from the winter. Every 200 Director. "We've lost 14,500jobs in WV Communications Director An- Prep time: 10 minutes West Virginia alone since George W. drew Poag. A sergeant, with ten years of ac- pounds of weight reduces gas effi- Cook time: 0 minutes Bush's first day in office. We deserve tive-duty service, traded her stripes ciency by one mile per gallon. If you ....... for gold bars during a promotion cer- have to carry a lot of baggage, avoid - " _- - m emony held atthe Brooke Army Medi- using a roof-top container, which will 0 . ~tt i_ i ! i cal Center institute f Surgical Re" increase the air drag" If yu drive a ~'~t'~gllrtcle ~I~ewS M~'ret~aain search March 11. pick-up truck, the open bed will have ~.,vuut~o t ~, ,o ,~41~0 Sgt. lstClassJenniferWojtaszczyk the sarne impact, so put a cover on it. 'FApril showers was commissioned as a second lieu- Incorrectly inflated tires decrease tenant environmental science officer, fuel efficiency. Check vehicle and Bring May Flowers" Wojtaszczyk is a 1993 graduate of tiremanufacturerforproperinflation. Glenvi!!e State College with a Don't turn on the air conditioner This has been a rainy week. But bachelor s degree in chemdtry, and as a first response to the heat. Start they always say "April showers bring joined the army the same year as a your drive off with the windows open May flowers. How true because my Biological Sciences Research Assis- to exhaust the hot air out of the rear birthday is in May! tant. She is currently pursuing her windows and then put on the A/C if Mildred Radeliff has not been fee!- master's degree, ne, eded. This will also enable the air ing too well this week, so she didn t Her husband, I st Sgt. Robert conditioning to work faster and more ride the Senior Citizens' bus. Wojtaszczyk, who just returned from efficiently when turned on. Edna West is home from the hospi- a one year deiployment to Iraq, had Smooth out your driving style by tal, trying to" regain her strength. It the honor of pinning on her new rank. avoiding "jack rabbit" starts and sharp takes time. She enjoys cards. on your Grand Opening ) :-;!~: ::;!:!:-.: ..... HAPPY OWNERS -- The gala Grand Opening of the new GiI-Co FAITH Pharmacy at Hays City took place on last Sat., Apr. 24. Co- owners and registered pharmacists, Douglas Moss (I-r) and Scotl Wanstreet were on hand, with silent partner and long-time sole owner, Lori Ptummer (not in picture), to greet their many customers and friends. We, in the EDA, are proud of you and here's why: For having "faith" in the future of Gilmer County by constructing a beautiful, new 5,000 square feet building next to Furr's Auto Sales at Hays" City, Glenville: For providing our county's citizens with more parking spaces and a non- flooding business area--all in all, more convenience and reliability for your pharmacy's patrons; For keeping our county's family-oriented and locally-owned indepen- dent pharmacy alive and well, and in maintaining your focus on providing fast, courteous and professional medical prescription services; For enlarging your product lines to include durable medical equipment, like wheelchairs; Christian supplies, such as Bibles, teaching materials. books and gifts; and musical products and supplies, such as musical instruments and accessories; For being open six days a week: 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Mon.-Fn. 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m., Sat., Closed Sun.; For living up to your motto, "Our family looks forward to serving your family." Yes, these are the reasons why we, in the EDA, are proud of your business and its progress, Scott, Doug and Lori! Thanks for providing our town with a large and hospitable place to get prescriptions, medical supplies and much more! Tlu's EDA 'Boost ot'the Month' is proudly sponsored by the "Giv/ng /oca/ bus/nesses the boost to succeed" For more information, contact: Denny Pounds, EDA Presi- dent, P.O. Box 223, Glenville, WV 26351 or call 304-462- 8098 or visit us on the web at www.gceda.org e 7740 new Holland, 85HP, 4WD ....................... 'It, S00 3910Food45 HP,4WD, W/Ioader ......................... 9S,2S0 6610 Ford, 75HP, 4WD ................................... '15,,~ 3930 Ford 45 HP, 4WD ..... '14,500 3910 Ford, 45 HP, 4WD ....ii.iiii[iii:iii~"-""s12,900 2350 John Dee~ 55 HP, W loader, no. paint new tires, Real ~ .................... =I 1,1100 2240 John De~e, 50 HP, new painl rim, ins, l:leal ,St~. .................... ~,ItS0 753 Bolx=t Skid Sleet Loader, 45HP, DieseL...~l,100 3910 Ford, .40 HP, 2WD. =11,900 ~t0 Fo~ S2 HP, ~ ............ ~Eff ........ 'sAm a~ 0oet~ ~0 ~*, 0i0set ..................... '7,7OO 650 John Deere, 16 l-IP, Diesel, 4wd ................ ~5,500 1914 l'f.lOli TmCloff20 liP, 4wd ............. ~,000 2000 F-on~. 38HP, ~ .................................. %950 B~I00 K.ubota, 18 HP, 4~:), ~d:r~t Bade.....4,500 ~19 AI~ (:~ Serk~63 HP, v~oade~ ............................................... .~SO New Gal~m Disc Mower ...................... ~300-~,,lS0 New Tdlms, Heavy D~ty, ~Clutch ......... q,O'~OJ1,3~ New D~c Mower ~ Stoat Now ......................... CALt New 3 Pt r-e~a~er Sp~adem ............................. ~0 New Kioti Tractors in Stock. MON. - FRI. 9 - 5 * SAT. By Appointmtnt t:tt~RPn RLINDAY Comalete Une of New & Uud impiem~ "I am extremely proud and honored to get to know her twice -- as a Soldier and as my wife," said the first ser- geant. Second Lietuenant Wojtaszczyk is the daughter of Dave and Beverly Butcher. She is also the granddaugh- ter of Ruby Butcher of Glenville, and the niece of Trudy Knapp, also of Glenville. After completion of the Oficer Ba- sic Course and the Military Medicine Preventative Course, Wojtaszczyk will join her husband at Fort Hood, Texas. She will report to Darnell Com- munity Hospital and serve as the en- vironmental science ofieer. Her hus- band is assigned to the 502nd Dental Company. braking. Both expend gas and can present a hazard for others on the road. It's estimated that every mile per Lanta and Mildred Radcliff were to visit with Blanche Cox one day last week. Blanche enjoys company and cards and letters. FRANCESCA BAISDEN Baisden Competes Francesca Baisden was selected as one of Miss. W.V. finalists for the Pro-Teen of America. She will he traveling to Charleston, in Septem- her. Francesca attends Sand Fork El- ementary and is currently in the 6th grade. She resides with her parents, Junior and Mavis, and one brother, Mike Baisden, of Sliding Run. Cleveland Mayor to give Bethany Bethany President Patricia L. Poteat has announced that Jane L. Campbell, Mayor of the City of Cleveland, will speak at the College's 160th Com- mencement which is planned May 8. Baccalaureate speaker will be Charles D. Bell, Wellsburg attorney, Chair Emeritus of the Bethany College Board of Trustees. Mayor Campbell will address the Class of 2004 and guests at the Com- mencement exercises scheduled for Saturday, May 8, at 10 a.m. The exer- roses will be held on the Old Main Quadrangle. "c is Invited" to a surprise for Bonnie Brown Sat. May 8, at the Smith School House Community Bldg from 3-6 pm. located North of Troy on Rt. 18 in the Leopold Community. Cards are appreciated, gifts are optional. . Hope to see you there, for more info. contact Joe @ 304-873-3474 or '~#~ ~==---, Bonnie @ Bearstracts@aol.com ff J) xl IC ct Jr ~r ill April Sprouse 462-7309 Total time: 40 minutesFat: .34 Carbs: 5.11 Protein: 1.09 Calories: 27.83 Alcohol: 0.00 Ingredients2 cucumbers 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 teaspoon chili powder 0.25 teaspoon salt I tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro Directions: 1.Peel cucumbers, slice lengthwise into quarters, and cut into 1 inch pieces; place in large bowl. Sprinkle with lime juice, chili pow- der, and salt; toss. Toss with cilantro. Refrigerate until chilled. hour driven above 55 MPH costs 1% in fuel economy. So, slowing down can be both safe and fuel-efficient. Maintaining a constant speed also maximizes your car's performance. If road conditions permit, use your car's cruise control. Traveling at a fast speed in a low gear wastes gas. Accelerate a little as you approach a hill, rather than hitting the gas and switching gears once on the incline. A free brochure, Improving Your Gas Mileage - 10 Tips to Save You Money at the Gas Pump, and other driver information is available by calling 1-800-610-5928 or at their website: www.response.com. With so much rain, the yards are hard to get mowed. Jay doesn't mind mowing if he can keep belts on the mower. He had problems last year, and it is starting again. Another shower Friday afternoon and Jay had left my truck window down, (not very considerate of him.) HE 'S 90: Dr. Espy Miller is shown above with his birthday cake at a reception in his honor at the Trinity United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 18. He was 90 on April 13. f NOW OPEN For Beddin, Plan to support the Flowers, Vegetables and Shrubbery - ,Rotary by attending the , iReady..._ to Go! i .... 'Service Above Self' an Awards Dinner Thurs., n.- i E April 29 at 6 p.m. at GSC. Rte. 331119 - 3 1/2 Miles South of Glenville Call 304-462-80551 ,,_ 462-7442 We Better Off Today Then We Were 30 Years Ago?? It is said, "lf you do the same old things, the same old ways, you'll get the same old results." Look at the state's economy, education, jobs, health care, senior issues and the plight of Glenville State College. e resu you After 30 years, it's time for a Change. It's time for new ways and better results. Vote Paid for by Adler for State Senate, Democrat for State Senate Delores B. Adler, Treasurer