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Mt. Zion Drive-In Theatre and Restaurant Daddy Day Care Ralcd PG ,! Page 8 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, May 29, 2003 ('Seventh grader Achieves Honor) The National Wild Turkey Federa- tion has formed a new partnership with Fola Coal Company, LLC of Bickmore, W.Va., to become part of the NWTF's Energy for Wildlife con- servation program. Energy for Wildlife is a member- ship based certification program for all energy companies with the pri- mary goal of enhancing wildlife habi- tat on company managed, owned or influenced lands, including power line and gas rights-of-ways, plant sites, forestlands or other properties. "The partnership with Fola Coal is . a stepping stone for partnerships with other energy companies." said Jay Jordan, NWTF's Energy tbr Wildlife Coordinator. "This shows the com- mitment that Fola Coal has made to benefit wildlife, while providing safe, reliable and aftbrdable energy to its customers." Energy for Wildlife was created by the NWTF in response to the utility industry's need for assistance in man- aging the millions of acres of rights-of-way and other land that could Vet-Owned Businesses, Groups Byrd Works ,,sented on Advisory Coverage Under Committee on Veterans Business u.s. Senator Robert C. Byrd, D- medicines. Furtl , . Veteranswhoownsmallbusinesses "Along the years our veterans have W.V., is co-sponsoring legislation .;don drug c0~ will make up the maiority of a played a major role in helping to keep which wouldprovidecomprehensive Dr:iv e MeOicar˘ 15-member Advisory Committee on ourcountry secure, and veteran busi- prescriptiondrugcoverageandgreater would strengthen~ VeteransBusinessAffairscstablished hess owners contribute to keep our access to affordable medicines for for-service Med~' to provide an independent source of economy strong." said SBA Admin- Medicare recipients. West Virginia's ~'~ advice and policy recommendations istrator HectorV. Barreto. "Weatthe "Theskyrocketmgcostsofprescrlp- stated Byr . ~. to the U.S. Small Business Adminis- SBA take very seriously our respon- tion drugs have caused financial hard- The new drug ~"~ tration, Congress, the President and sibility to assistthem in growing suc- ships for many Americans, particu- cover all medi J other policy-makers, cessful businesses, and this commit- larly the elderly who are insured scriptiondrugs~'~ The names of 12 of the 15 mere- tee will be instrumental in helping us through medicare.When ourcountry's gaps in coverage.~ hers, who were appointed earlier this tocarry out that responsibility." seniors cannot afford to purchase doc- would enable month, wereannounccdtcxtaybySBA The first meeting ofthe committee tor-prescribedmedicines theirhealth toenterthemar~'-~ Administrator Hector V. Barrcto. was held April 22. 2003. at the SBA andwell bein are sacrificed Noneof by expediting g ' d~, s, Thecommitteeiscomposedofeio-ht headquartcrs in Washington, D.C. In the 335,000 Medicare beneficiaries process for suc;'~d~t~ 84 Lumber Adds New veterans who are owners of small addition to the members, the meeting in West Virginia should ever have to "The rising c~ businesses, and seven representatives was attended by SBA Deputy Admin- choose between buying food or buy- drugs and the n˘~:: ~, DILLON HASHMAN Ma n age r Tra i n e e of veterans' organizations. The names istrator Melanie R. Sahelhaus, Veter- ing medication, " Byrd said. prescription drug~i l--]aehman ~,-,, 84 Lumber Company. one of the of the membe~rs announced thus far ans Business Development Associate The legislation -- S.7, the Prescrip- cably intertwinedŁ~i a.a.,oa~taaaeaaa eu nation's largest building materials re- are: James E. AltmeverofWheelin~. AdministratorWilliamD. Elmore,and tion Drug Benefit and Cost Contain- containedinordC~;-~ ,~ atten railers has hired J R Adams as a WV;BobJ. Archul'etaofLosAn c-Gen. CharlesHcnry(Ret.),President ment Act -- would create a voluntary ernmenttoproV d School for . ' "~" " ' "" ' " les, Calif.; James G. Blair of San and CEO of the National Veterans outpatient drug benefit available to Medicare drugc0~ s~ • ~ m- .,/ .a ,-., ,, Manager lralnee at the 84 Luther in ±vlam ann clence Mineral Wells, WV. Diego.Calif.;L JerryCatonofDublin. Business Development Corporation. additionalall MedicareassistancebeneficiarieSfor low-incomeaS well as ingThiSloopholeslegislati ' i'th'˘ i Dillon H ~ " " graduated from Gilmer County HighAdams is a native of Glenville and Ohio;DavidW. HaugheyofSaltLakeCalif'; Dennis DeMolet of Dayton, Blair were appointed chairman andAttheevent" BobArchuletaandJames eci ients tical cam aniest0t0~i ~ at Gilmer C: um::'Hi shve, nt, n g°er r " l is legislation would help se- lucrative aten . g ~cnoo~ nas School in 1985 and Glenville State City, Utah; Samuel Metters of ,,'ice chairman of the committee, re- been selectedto attend the West Vir- College in 1990. He is the son of McLean, Va.; Ran Miller of spectively, niorstoimmediatelyreducetheirpre- tion formchea~,~ ginia Governor's School for Math~ Rodney and Doris Adams of Troy.Dawsonville, Ga.; John M. O'Brien The mission of the Advisory Cam- scription drug cost by allowino ...... them in~,consumers~nil,l~0a is~"'*˘ ematics and Science, held from Jul) Adams currently resides in Mineral of Coronado, Calif.; Elvin Clarence mittee on Veterans Business Affairs, to voluntarily participate in a Medi- The leglslat~.. 23 through August 1, 200~ at West Wells with his wife Cheryl and his Toppin of Edenton, N.C.; Shane Ed- as set by Public Law 106-50, is to care plan that provides lower-priced the Senate~Co h~ Virginia University in Mor~antown children, Dalton and Katie. ward Walsh of Pearland, Texas, and review, coordinate and monitor plans • .......... " .. ' As a Manager Trainee, Adams is Joe Wyant of Gainsville. Oa. The and programs that affect the ability of ets i,.i r. unty o, sevenm graoe s uuents rom s nsible for sales estimatin- and three remaining members will be ap- smallbusinessesownedandcontrolled WV Citizen Leader Me around the state were selected to par- re'Do ..... " • " pointed shortly, bv veterans to obtain capital, credit Bush; Calls on SenS. .-- . . . • ina[erlal tflg˘ollS, perIomlng in-store and access to markets. ining experience,uctpate m this exciting problem-solV-severat areasStudents must qualifYand are chosen for ----andmerchandising and maintaining stOreyard appearance. New Videos" H ghhght"" MDA Rockefeller tOsaying West Virginia's sputterin SUppOrtc,ck sa'd Tax their outstanding achievements in I .... ,,,,,,,,,, d- f"l economy needs a "jobs boost," the significanti-yr . . mathematics andscience, andgood I ut)ser oe ouppor Jroups state director of Citizens for a Sound atingjobs.and .bn_ ~f Economy lobbied Senators into the TreasUrY_,~'~• citizenhsip. Dillon was very excited I "-- O- r As part ofits May commemoration ing. This video is intended to dispel Rockefeller and Byrd today to sup- nomicgrow(h'A t! to receive a letter from the governor I to y u of ALS Awareness Month, the Mus- doubts and highlight benefits of at- port President Bush's aggressive job ing $40,000 noW ff~ ~, and is very honored to be accepted. [ Hometown cular Dystrophy Association is re- tending support groups, creation and tax cut package,in taxes but una~l Dillon is the son of Lee and Cindy [ leasing three new videos highlighting The second video, "'Your MDA/ Alice Click and other members of would pay-$72a L its support group program. ALSSupportGroup:GettingStarted," West Virginia delegation cheered "'How canthe ~l~.~h Hashman of Normantown. I Paper The videos are available for loan is intended for use at an inaugural President Bush on as he discussed proposal benefi.ts~ through local MDA offices nation- meeting of an ALS group. The third how his $550 billion tax package clearly i~he.ll~''% wide. Two of them were designed video, "'ALS: Maintaining a Positive would benefit the economy. Bush class?"Clicks~.a'~%h NWTF partners with exclusively for groups coping with Perspective." is aimed toward exist- ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ing ALS support groups, nextPr°misedyear, but°neurgedmilli°nattendeesneW jobsto Iobbyby tryingsenatorstOR~~do tl~. ~ Coal Company, LLC orLouGehrig'sdisease). StevenandJenniferBishop, a Den- their state's congressional represen- justchecktheu~" MDA offers more than 20O support ver couple who are co-chairpersons tativestohelppassitin full for that to door, all of us Click said ofMDA's ALS Division, cite support groups as a major help in coping with occur. Steven's ALS. Following the rally at the U.S. "The greatest thing about support groups i-s that you're there with people who are going through your exact situation, and you get to see and learn from how they are dealing with it." Jennifer Bishop said. Each video features the Bishops and guest narrator, MDA National Vice President Tony Orlando. For more information about how you can view any of these practical and informative videos, check with your local MDA office. MDA is a voluntary health agency working to defeat more than 40 neu- romu~ular diseases through programs of worldwide research, comprehen- sive services, and far-reaching pro- fessional and public health education. Chamber of Commerce in Washing- groups across the country for people affected by neuromuscular diseases, their families and caregivers. Topics covered at group gatherings range from general to specific, such as a particular disease like ALS. and vary according to local interest or demand. MDA support groups are facilitated by experienced professionals, and of_ ten feature guest speakers such as experts in health care or assistive equipment. The new videos, produced by MDA's Television Production Divi- sion, give insight to newcomers about MDA support groups, as well as pro- vide guidance to new and existing groups. The first of the 15-minute tapes. "The MDA Support Group and You." is for families that have just received a diagnosis of a neuromuscular dis- ease, but haven't yet attended a meet- potentially provide ideal habitat for a number of wildlife species. Managing openings can provide beneficial habitat for many plant and wildlife species, including wild tur- keys. Several species that are cur- rently at risk due to loss of open habitat could also benefit from the program. NWTF's Energy for Wildlife pro- gram staff will work directly with energy companies to integrate wild- life management activities into their land management programs. When participating companies have imple- mented the wildli fe component of their management plans, they will become a certified member of the program. Any company that is involved in the production, transmission, or dis- tribution of energy is eligible to be- come a member of the Energy for Wildlife program. For more information about the NWTF's Energy for Wildlife pro- gram or other NWTF programs call 1-800-THE-NWTF or e-mail Jay Jor- dan at IF YOUR TO OR RgPldlt6'gD.._ I-lAVE WHAT YOU OUTHEIm WOOD BRAND POSTS WOVI WlI 14I- ALL YOUR FII NCIN SWISHER'S FEED & SUPPLY 160 W. 2nd St., Weston, WV 26452 • 269-1200 Store hours: 8 am-5 pm Mon.-Fri. • 8 am-12 noon Sat. ton, Click told President Bush "'West Virginia supports you, Mr. President. We want tax cuts and we want jobs.'" Click said he expressed his apprecia- tion for West Virginia electing him President in the 2000 election. Added Click: "'President Bush bravely led us to victory in lraq and, if we give him the chance again, he will lead our .economy back to prosper- ity," Click said. "The terrorists tried hard to bring our nation down on September ! !, both symbolically and economically. They failed. They met their match in President Bush. Now we must help him." 11"o give a reason for anything is to breed a doubt of it. --William Hazlitt pointed" that Byrd would other West offices today. "'talk a good 1 Virginians, meet with Click gim tars Byrd them "you family and to "'Like Washington'S money. cans to they want; want." * OUALITY NEW & USED PRICED ~r Cr Good selection of new tools available Variety Glassware and Dolls - Lamps - TVs Fishing Supplies - Rods - Reels - Artificial Good Selection of Hunting Receiving items on consignment to sell - : Joan's Odds& Call Stew at Answered Prayer not required in most Doing 76 Circle Drive Weston, WV 26452 Pric~ good: May 1-31, 2003 © i, I Try any one or following Our "always a value" McChicken Sandwich ! 4 piece Chicken Mc uggets Side salad/with cheese Snack Size Yogurt Parfait . New size value fry • Medium Soft Drink • We Love To See YoO McDonald'~ of&lenviU~ 41//" CARL E. NICHOLS, M.D. 20-22 East Main Street • Glenville, WV Phone 462-8612 Morning hours by appointment Monday Through Friday 8 a.m. - Noon ,, Basco Electronics Inc. Evening and weekend Walk-in hours as follows: I420 W. 2ndSt. Weston ,{I~~, [ °" o'" .o.. 1 °" I °'° I "°" I \ II 269-7530 2-8oomSml rVS m I i ~.~ St~an:l ~1 ~ i Thuraday May29 4.9 p.m. ISunday I June11 1.3p.m"