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6B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 27, 1990 Osteopathic School Thomas J. Hatten (le ) and Navy Chief Hospital Corpsman Barry M. Mesa. Thomas J. Hatten, a first year student at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, has been awarded a three-year scholarship from the naval health Professions Scholarship Program. The scholarship, awarded to medicat students, is granted on a two, three or four year basis and covers tuition, fees, supplies, books, and a monthly stipend. Mr Hatten, who lives in Caldwell with his wife Carolyn, daughter Katherine, and son William, will be I II II By Don McCoy Natural gel mask tightens pores. Dissolve a package of lemon gelatine, using lemon )uiCe for hall the water. Refrigerate until the consistency of egg whites, then coal face. l eave on for 10 minutes and rinse with cold wa{er What fabric ~s best for a man's suit? Natural/synthetic blends are more durable [ban natural fibers and resist wrinkling. Need an emergency nail file? The emery strip or~ a matchbook will do ihe job, though you'll probable have to wash off the black marks (Later, stip an emery board into your handbag.) **,..*** Add depth to puffy or flat eyelids by applying a medium-to-deep shadow at eye!id crease and slightly above, and highhght brow bone with a lighler tone Make the most of your wardrobe by mixing pieces For example, lop a pnnt dress with 'he iacket of a solid-color suit. Make the most .of your good looks with a haircu[ that flatters your face. Smart men arid women know they get expert trims at The Personel Haircu! Analyst i .... !C eout c White ,S~p~r Swtr~m- 53~-aTM obligated to one year of Naval serv- ice after he finishes his medical training. Vocational Ed Forum Scheduled The public is invited to attend and participate in a forum to discuss the goals and standards for the state's vocational education. The public forum, sponsored by the Joint Commission for Vocational, Techni- cal, and Occupational education, will be March 29, from 9:30 a.m. to noon in .Conference Center Room C, Building 7, Capitol Complex, Char- leston. The Joint Commission is respon- sible for the administration and coordination of the delivery of West Virginia's vocational-technical-occu- pational education. It is required by law to hold a public forum for the discussion of the goals and stan- dards for vocational education in the state. County vocational directors, com- munity college personnel, and busi- ness and industry personnel are also encouraged to present their views to Joint Commission mem- bers. Written comments are welcomed by the Joint Commission and may be sent to: The West Virginia Joint Commis- sion for Vocation aI-Tech nical*Occupa- tional Education 1018 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Suite 700 Charleston, West Virginia 25301 Zip around in a Subaru Justy~ GL with ECVT. And some fun wilI be heading your way. * New optional ECVT ~- an electronic automatic transmission that provides the performance and fuel economy of ~ 5-speed and a comfortable ride * Front-wheel drive provides responsive handling Valerie O'Brien, library director, along with Sue-Ella Miano, Colleen Walton and Rita Posner, members of the Friends of the Ronceverte Li- brary recently attended the formal opening in Charleston, of the exhibit "To Make All Laws" a travelling exhi- bition which will be on display in the Cultural Center thru April 3. This ex- hibition traces the origins, develop- ments, achievements and growing responsibilities of Congress. It seeks to recapture the dramatic but little- known record of Congress's role in American history and to renew our appreciation of Congress as the "People's Branch" of our govern- ment. Entry forms for the "West Virginia Mother of the Year Award" are avail- able at the library. The deadline is Thursday April 15. New books available in the library are: "Cold Harbour" Jack Higgins "Ruling Passion" Judith Michael "Hollywood" Gore Vidal "Survivor" Christina Crawford "Bad Place" Dean Koontz "The Dark Half" Stephen King "Daddy" Danielle Steele "Clear and Present Danger" M. Clancy David Hufford, Ph.D. Craig Boisvert, D.O., Four West Virginia School of Os- teopathic Medicine faculty members made presentations at a recent Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference in Charleston. David Hufford, Ph.D., lectured on the History of IDS; Craig Boisvert, D.O., gave the Joint Committee Re- port on High Blood Pressure; David Hyler-Both, D.O., presented an Ad- vanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Update, and Catherine Hayes, D.O., Smooth-riding 3-cylinder engine Justy GL ECVT R~,ck-and-pin on steer ng and power-assisted brakes TWO to choose from w;th front ventih.~ted discs make it fun and easy to drive s ock. ,o,5. ~39 $8994.00 Easy-to-read ar~log dashboard with Telltale~ indicators ~ Discount" ' 2344.00 THE 1990 SUB/ I=IU, $6650.00 Price does not include We built our reputation by building a better car. Tax & Tags | ight Sale Only! Rt. 219 North, Fairlea, WV Phone 645-2400 , , "'Your New Connection To Better Lighting" "Caribbean" James Michener "Foucaults P.endull" Umberto Eco "Straight" Dick Francis "My Turn" Nancy Reagan with Wm. Novak. "Education of a Wandering Man" Louis L'Amour "Mystery" Peter Straub "Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat" The Speeches of Winston Churchill "The Iron Lacy" A Biography of Margaret Thatcher by Hugo Young "The Anastasia Syndrome" Mary Higgins Clark. "The Russian House" John Le- Carre The Library has also added to its children's and Juvenile Collections in fiction and non-fiction. The library is open Monday 11 a:m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Wednesday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday CLOSED. Children's story and craft our is Thursday from 11 a.m. until noon. The next regularly scheduled board meeting will be Monday, April 9 at 11:30 a.m. at the First National Bank in Ronceverte. David Hyler-Both, D.O. West Virginia House of Delegates members James Rowe i Wallace pose for a photograph with honary pages Jay Keesee, Robert Holllday and Troy Hunter. The boys visited lature from Smoot Junior High School. The annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Bowl victory. Monore County will be Saturday, Following his April 7 at Union High School's gym- West Virginia nasium. The dinner will be $10 per was a second round person and will begin at 6:30 p.m. the Houston Oilers where all Monroe County Board of Educa- quarterback for five tion candidates have been invited to off-season, Mr Luck address the group. Republican can- degree, with honors, at didates expected to be present are: sity of Texas School of Barry Booth, candidate for County Austin. After completing Commissioner; Stephen W. Snuffer, Mr Luck, who is fluent candidate for State Senate for the was awarded a 10th District; and John Yoder, candi- West German governmentl date for U. S. Senate. The main ad- dress will be given by Oliver Luck, Congressional" candidate for the Second District. Mr Luck graduated with highest honors in 1982 from West Virginia University. Mr Luck, a member o Phi Beta Kappa and a Rhodes Scholar semi-finalist, also is known for his football career with the West Virginia University Mountaineers. He was honored as a first team Academic All-American and as West Virginia's Amateur Ath- lete of the Year in 1982 after leading the Mountaineers to a 1981 Peach European law in Germany. He now is ant with the Morgantown law firm of Spiliman, & Klostermeyer. The general public is attend. Advance tickets rn chased from Re~ Committee Members, Republican Club or call at 772-5635 to reserve The event is s Monroe County tive Committee and the County Republican Club. in spoke about the Current Treatment of AIDS. Kendall Wilson, D.O., a WVSOM adjunct facu y member, lectured on Orthopedics. The conference, sponsored by the West Virginia School of Osteo- pathic Medicine, was geared toward the General Practice physician, and was designed to cover a variety of topics the general practitioner may encounter on a daily basis. The American Osteopathic Asso- ciation requires licensed physicians to take 150 hours of CME courses over a three-year period. The Char- leston conference offered 22 CME credits. Albert Youmans, a speech/lan- guage pathologist with the Green- brier County school system, spoke to the Frankford Community Educa- tion Association on the topic of "Education in Crisis: Issues Behind the Teacher Strike." Approximately 100 people attended the discussion which was held at Frankford Ele- mentary school March 20. Mr Youmans is one of several speakers currently appearing before civic and comm ,bqity organizations around the county on behalf of the Greenbrier County Education Asso- ciation. According to Mr Youmans. "If all teachers cared about was money, they would simply leave the state. Bordering states pay teachers, with similar qualifications and seniority, between $4,000 and $11,000 more." Mr Youmans said a strong edu- cational system is central to revers- ing West Virginia's economic prob- lems., new industry looks for highly educated workers and good schools for its employees' children. These i ii iiiiii "Time for sampling the grapes" le Nest Crows, Virginia ' Virginia Winemakers' Dinners Oasis Vineyard -- March 28 Barboursville Vineyard -- April 18 Prince Michel & Rapidan Vineyards --- May 9 For reservations call: 1-703-559-9738 issues are as important as salary concerns, Youmans. The Speaker's Greenbrier County ciation has individuals speak to organizations. Walls at 645-4902 or 645-2794 for more Greenbrier Center's ministrator, James M. announced the ate Care Facility (ICF) for the facility. located in Lewisburg, was established in dividuals who are and~or developmentally The Center certification in December has continually 1 tion. By ICF certification, generates 74 per cent nues which supl: state funds in its the facility generated federal funds. 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