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tl The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder December 18, 11175 Former pastor killed in mine "Legislation to make it easier for persons, who have Black Lung. and their widows to get their benefits has bm,n reported out by the House Education and Labor Committee," Congressman Ken Hechler, D-W.Va., stated. "I was glad to see the full Committee take prompt action on this bill and I hope the House and Senate will have the opportunity to vote on this before too long. We certainly didn't get all that was necessary, and I still feel that at 15-year preseumption rule would be fairer." Rep. Hechler said. I STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. CHRISTMAS HOUR CLOSED WED. DEC. 24 1 P.M. UNTIL DEC. 28 OPEN DEC. 29 REG. HOURS ii i, Phone 462-7939 - 462-8483 A t horized CATAI,OG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL The Black Lung Bill provides entitlement to benefits if a bituminous miner worked 30 years underground or an anthracite miner worked 25 years. Surface workers and miners are also covered by this if they worked under equivalent dust conditions. If a miner, who worked 17 or more years, died from a mine accident by June 30, 1971, his survivors, such as the widows of the Farmington disaster, are eligible for benefits without having to provide medical information. Also in survivors' claims where medical evidence is not available, affidavits regarding the deceased miner's physical condition will be sufficient evidence that he was totally disabled from black lung or died from black lung. This bill also establishes a National Black Lung Disability Insurance Fund Financed by the coal operators, and makes this a permanent program. It provides that miners can find out while they are still working whether or not they can qualify for benefits. The Appeals Council cannot reverse a favorable hearing decision. The disability standards for deciding claims filed after tune 30. 1973. cannot be more strict than those used to decide claims filed before this date. It ends state workmen's compensation offsets on Federal black lung benefits unless the state benefits were paid for black lung. It establishes a permanent $10 million annual authorization for black lung clinics. If this bill becomes law, the Social Security Administration and Labor Department will automatically review all the claims which have been denied. Also these agencies must try to notify individuals who are likely to be eligible that they should apply. After you boil vegetables, save the left-over water for sauces, gravies or soups. It's full of nutrients. A full scale investigation was conducted at the Century No. 105 mine where three Bethlehem Mines Corp. employees died in a cave-in Wednesday, Dec. 10. Inspectors for both the federal Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration and the West Virginia Department of Mines joined the United Mine Workers safety officials in the probe. Former pastor of Tanner United Methodist Church, Rev. Denley M. Tenny, 46, of Volga; Gary M. Brown, 27, of Flemington. and Edgar L. Zickefoose, 23, of Buckhannon were victims of the cave-in. Rev. Tenny was a continuous mining machine operator and died when a section of roof 25-feet long and five-feet thick fell on them, killing the three men instantly. They were taken to the Broaddus Hospital, Philippi, where they were pronounced dead upon arrival. Rescue teams worked nearly three hours to uncover the bodies and bring the victims to the surface. One other miner in the area escaped injury. Tenny was Korean War. widow, Geneva two sons. Ricla/ Eugene, Mrs. Ellis Connie and Lea four of Lorentz: Don of4 of Charleston; {Willia} Leigh, Robert Mrs. Carroll Rock; Mrs. Morgantown; Currence, deceased. C opies of each Dornocrm are ~~lll Super Market, Sun~l Grill, Conrad's Pioneer G rockY ~ Inc. DART VAC PAC 12 OZ PKG 0 0000410 O O OOOOO OOOOOe O e PIONEER GIFT CERTIFICATE O O O Ib orm m the Oift.,qmo thin mn ctrt nly Wvd aPt~eciate. Available in any. llnt~ll~.o 000 O0000 0 OOOO00eOO4J SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION WHOLE OR HALF LB 3 LB WHOLE: SLICED LB 18 LB & UP 10/16 LB AVERAGE or 10/20 LB AVERAGE .....:..:..: ................................................................................. ,..,.... iii!iiiiiii ":':':':':" .'...-.-.-.~ 20 LB & UP I.B ;:::::':::: PUNT[ItS S LB BAG 16 OZ 4 FOR I00Z 12 OZ I I I HOLIDA Y TASTE 0 THE WEST 1 LB 29 OZ ROBIN HOOD $ LBS PILLSBURY 2 FOR PEANUT BUTTER, CHOC CHIP, SUGAR PT 16 OZ BIRDSEYE i WILDERNESS MIRACLE WHIP OBERTI LARGE PITTED*. PILLSBURY MUSSELMAN 80Z 4 FOR 2 FOR 12 OZ CAN I00Z PKG III 21 OZ 32 OZ 2 FOR 3O0 303 90Z JEHO$ pEppEROIfl, 13 OZ PKG 9 A.M 9 P.M. !