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Sing this Saturday • .,dl~q Welfare Dept. can provide day care services As more and more parents of aid, sanitation, health, nutrition, young children must be out of the fire The Glenville finder 11 Sen. Byrd to fiddle on WWVU- On Saturday, May 19, at 9 p.m. former following.. ,=hiS recent ap- West Virginia Public Television pearance on stations will present U.S. OPRY which waeten 0e ,ul SENATOR ROBERT C. BYRD IN A stations during F0eti /¥. BENEFIT PERFORMANCE. safety, early childhood The Senator's first full-scale home for part of the day to earn or development, curriculum and daily concert on the mountain fiddle supplement the family income, the planning. The training is to was taped live at the Huntington ...... need for quality day care has upgrade the quality of day careCivic Center on April 21. A 19th centUrY doctor :~ .... recommended ~ on ,: - .... . . become essential to ensuring children receive so they receive Dressed in a red vest and star- bare ldq ! / West Virginia youngsters can be more than just "babysitting." Any spangled tie, the Senate Majority foot on wet ==wn| ano ...... (am cared for in a safe, educationaland person who enjoys working with Leader performs classic fiddle using ¢1e¥ comprlltel enjoyable environment while their children and contributing to their pieces, frolic tunes and traditional to cur, v=rio,$ dkea=. i | ( z ii parents are away. growth and development can learn lyric songs on his four fiddles. In- i ! iIf y°u are wOrking Or in training' mOre abOut the Day Care PrOvider cluded in his repertOire are l ' ; you might be eligible for Day Care Program by contacting the Depart- ',',Cripp!e Creek," "Old Joe Clark," i Services. Eligibility for services is ment of Welfare. There s More Pretty Girls Than based on a family's monthl rossAnyone interested in applying One," "Redbird," and "May The Y g for day care services should con- Circle Be Unbroken." income. For example: a family of ! i four (two adults and two children)tact the Department of Welfare at Senator Byd has achieved ha- with a monthly gross income of 462-7371. tional recognition as an ac- $865 would be eligible for free Day complished and versatile per- iii il Care services. If that same family's I' El I I monthly gross income was $890 thatDay CarefamilYserviceW°Uldbutbewouldeligiblehavef°rto Rockefeller proclaims ! Sa]eseServlce*RepairseCtr°lux | I Do d a . [ pay a fee of $1.50 per day per child. Viet-Vet Week ct= =s, wv .e=,-e539 I^ Eo-,;,; P'=! a The Department of Welfare pays I 518 Milford St. I the Child Care provider for the day [ care service. Governor Rockefeller has called on West Virginians to observe May The primary goals of day care are 28-June 3 as "Vietnam Veterans y to provide enjoyable and mean- Week." ,, ingful opportunities for children to The idea for Vietnam Veterans .Your small before July 1 5 bur small and undersiz- Id cards before July Jesse Huff That is the Postal Service's .Size mail standards lie Postmaster said 15, envelopes and less than 3V2 in- inChes long will be sender if mailed. many customers Smaller envelopes SUpply of eta- few retailers Selling Undersigned to the fact that card in- more than three for the new stun- One also prohibit the future they at least seven- thousandths (.007) of an inch thick. An official postal card, for in- stance, has a thickness of nine- thousandths of an inch. Undersized pieces and flimsy cards are being banned from the mail stream because they can become trapped in other mail, tear or jam mail processing machinery, resulting in possible damage to other mail. The new standards also affect oversized and odd shaped pieces of mail, Huff said. For First-Class mail weighing one ounce or less and Third-Class mail weighing two ounces or less, either of which ex- ceed the measurements of 6 1/8 in- ches high or 11V2 inches long, there will be a surcharge of 7 cents per piece. For full information, the postmaster suggests customers check at any post office service window. Club to discuss Canaan Valley meeting ..... , ' ','" learn and develop in a healthy safe environment. The primary type of day care is the Family Day Care Home. Family Day Care is child care provided by a person in a private home that meets certain standards and has been approved by the Department of Welfare. Your present babysitter could be ap- proved by the Department of Welfare. Your present babysitter could be approved as a Family Day Care Provider if that home meets these standards, Day Care Providers receive train- ing in their own homes to acquaint providers with record keeping, first Week" began last October when Congress authorized President Carter to proclaim the special week. In signing the proclamation, the Governor said, "West Virginia's Vietnam era veterans remain foremost in our minds because of their service to the country during a painful time." As part of the special obser- vance, the Governor noted the state Department of Veterans Af- fairs has set up an "Operation Boost I1" program designed to on- courage Vietnam veterans to make full use of benefits available to them. Amend tax returns on Form 1040X If you need to change something on your Federal income tax return after you've filed, you can make the correction on Form 1040X, accor- ding to the Internal Revenue Ser- vice. The IRS said that generally the Form 1040X may be used to amend your tax return any time during the three years following the due date (incuding extension) of the original return. The form is available from IRS offices. Other publications and forms on just about any Federal income tax Eligibl subject are available year round to taxpayers free of charge, accor- ding to the Internal Revenue Ser- vice. The IRS stresses that the answers to most questions asked by taxpayers can be found in one fo the many publications which zero in on specific subject areas. If you need assistance, visit your local IRS office or call toll-free 1-800-642-1931--they're open year- round. for medicare? of the Sierra The Sierra Club hosted a Almost everyone who requires all supplies, including disposable 'ginia Will beheld Chapter Conservation Committee kidney dialysis of kidney items. Medicare can also help pay :urday, May 12 at meeting on April 29 at the Canaan transplant because of permanentfor period;c support services fur- Y Public LibraryValley State Park Lodge. Invited in- kidney failure is eligible for nished by an approved facility or program will be to the meeting were approximately Medicare. Those eligible are hospital to enable the patient re- audio-slide pro-50 placard-carrying Tucker coun:' workers insured under social main on home dialysis. !e. Canaan Valley fians who had come to protest the security, as well as their For people who receive a kidney ,zation working Sierra Club's support for the dependents or survivors who have transplant, Medicare coverage can naan Valley Na- Wildlife Refuge. After a showing of permanent kidney failure, continue for 36 months following ,uge. The pro- the Canaan Valley Alliance slidePeople with permanent kidney the operation. And, if the 12 is a con- show, a question-answer session failure have the full protection of transplant fails so that the patient erra Club's in- was held with Mr. David Harris of Medicare and are eligible for all needs maintenance dialysis or .,annan Valley the U.S. Fish and Wildlife. The pro- covered benefits, not just those another transplant, Medicare will ,=r Project con-gram closed with a presentation relating to their kidney problem, continue or be reinstated without a number of which consisted to two Sierran Medicare coverage can begin theany waiting period. egheny Power speaking for the Wildlife Refugemonth a course of dialysis begins seeking a and two Tucker countians speak. Davis Pro- ing for the Davis Project. rmine eligibility cy energy funds the Gilmer May 16: Sand Fork School (1-3). Y Action May 18: Troy School (1-3). _ . a series of May 22: Cards Singleton s, UUCK COunty to Camp (9:30-11:30). ! be eligible May 23: Baldwin Community h fuel bills Building (10-12); Cox's Mill Com- emergency munity Building, (1-3). . . who feel May 24: Gordon s Store, pmwDerne Such (10)12); Tanner School (1:30-3). a COpy of May 25: Cedarville Community ification of Building (10-12). One of the COnsult tives: DEMOCIUt, T ~- Where Gilmer ce (10-12);Co, ty buy='= =rod ,,,U,r= aumt ..=ry (1-3). w k. Call ==d lot == ,/o= (1-3).laetoau¢ l. & ][19.4 miles west of Weston ,Selection of Quality Built Homes 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES 'MODULAR ON DISPLAY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. • Va. Mobile HOmes Association if the patient participates in a self- dialysis training program and cer- tain other conditions are met. Medicare can pay 100 per cent of the cost of home dialysis equip- ment if certain conditions are met and help pay for the cost for almost Anyone in the Gilmer County area who wants more information about Medicare coverage for kidney patients can get it at the Clarksburg social security office, located at 722 West Pike Street. The telephone number is 623-5641. in • Quick, Courteous 8ervl e • No Wilting In Line • Open When You Us 7 Wee Broughton Milk 2% Plastic Gallon RC Cots 2 Uter New Favorite Bread 16 oz. Loaf Hot Dog or Hamburger Buns 8 Pack Bounty Paper Tow~= Single Roll Armour Potted Moat 3½ oz. Can $1.89 Sl.29 3/99¢ 2/89 69¢ 4/89¢ Start Your Day With A Cup Of Hot Coffee At (~=-Maftl Price Effective Thru INlay 15 IIMMnI ¢11R Slln & Id~.,o~de Aw. LIB ul mm (wovki be =vttV fer O]1,/Gl q PROPERTY WANTED FOR LEASING STERLING DRILLING AND PRODUCTION Arcade Building, Charleston, WV 24 HOUR MENTAL HE £TH EMERGENCY For all emergencies cludin8 depression, smcsde, drug. and family violence. 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