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June 30, 1987

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The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, June 30, 1987 9A the bright spot may not be able to change world, but you can become a spot in it. Yor actions and make a difference in Ir working environment. business is flowing or difficulties occur, you an active role. You can to the workplace in a way. difficulties occur, do not Take a positive approach. the problem with your or the person who has to take action. Searching solution is the first step to the problem. Griping ly exaggerates the situation does nothing to ease the Rke a conscious decision notto If you are doing well, others about it. Co-workes are off by constantly hearing you have done, how material possessions you how great your friends are, Others appreciate sharing and will acknowledge ! accomplishments if you are y tooting your own to accept criticism to give it sparingly. can learn from your supevisor's comments on your work. Do not do yourself in by taking it personally or feeling sorry for yourself. Support your co- workers. When tempted to criticize others, make the effort to encourage them instead. When appropriate, offer your help. Do your share of the work cheerfully. You are employed to do a specific job. On payday your check is based on work you are expected to perform. Do not concern yourself with a fellow employee's performance. That is the employer's responsibility. Do your job to the best of your ability. Realize that there are time when others will be angry or upset. You can support them best by staying out of their way and allowing them to experience their emotions. Do not try to joke someone out of their anger, discount their frustration or minimize their disappointment. Continue with your work and help to keep business operations smooth. You can help to make the workplace a better place to be by becoming the bright spot in it. For more tips on making a positive difference in your work environment, call 647-5655. to the Lewisburg Junior High School Senators Marching Drive is Myra Moss of Fairlea. Accepting her check is Hampton, a ninth grade Senator Band member. Mrs. Moss's four Sheri Scott Clark, Jeanean Scott Dunbar, Alecia Scott Deanna Scott all attended Lewisburj Junior High School. band has uniform drive to raise approximately to purchase 110 new for the Lewisburg Junior School Senators Marching continue. A bake sale at Food Center is planned July 3 from 8:30 am to are being made for other Tickets for a newVCR go on sale soon by Band and Music members. A "shopping at Crawford's Food Center is successful fund raisers Tupperware Party held in Inction with the Spring A "Styleathon" was held June 27 atthe Upper Cut n Lewisburg. area residents have been in contribdting to the rig efforts. Area have also given their The new uniforms will feature the Lewisburg on the front in the many and events attended by Band. wishing to contribute to drive can,send their contributions to 524, Lewisburg, WV., 24901. Uniform drive chairman is Ann Hampton. New officers for the Lewisburg Music Boosters are Paula Carson, president; Jim Thomas, vice-president; Yvonne Michaels, secretary; and Roger Shenandoah Manor receives car Thanks to a combined effort of Tommy Garten and Pat Johnson, owners of Alleghany Motor Corporation, the Residents Council of Shenandoah Manor of Ronceverte, WV., now have transportion for the residents of the nursing facility. Frank Mohler, slaes representative fromthe Ronceverte area, has also helped in this effort. We would like tothankthem for all the help tO our residents. Pictured from left to right: Pat Johnson, Frank Mohler, Nile Cutlip, Sharon Mohler and Tommy Austin. Senate approves $20 million for job training The U.S. Senate has approved legislation providing $20 million in job training assistance that was requested by U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D.WV, to help people, "who are struggling because-m+ competition from foreign imports." Byrd said the allocation, contained in the Fiscal Year 1987 Supplemental Appropriations Bill, would fill a shortfall in funding under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act for 31 states. "1 have heard from many West Virginians who have lost their jobs because of imports and have been accepted at vocational schools or colleges, only to find that there is no money," Byrd said. "What are these people supposed to do?" Byrd noted that more than 300 people in Kanawha County and 1,100 people in McDowell County have been certified as "displaced" due to the impact of foreign steel imports, according to the United Mine Workers. As one West Virginian told Byrd in a letter, "My future is really riding on this program. I want to work, but without this retraining, I'll never have the chance to have what it takes to compete in the future of West Virginia." "These letters from West Virginians who have lost their jobs because of imports tell the real story," Byrd said. "It is the stow of people who are struggling to overcome a situation that was Young, treasurer. A~I will be brought about through no fault of pleased to accept your donations their own; a story of people whoare or help in rassing funds, willing to work and willingto retrain #Qeeg Bi-h aw ntJ 'P uglQ GA Au utte m o #, . to. t.on "~_~ Nature's Bounty Natural Vitamins n jPJ J J M_.I L afford.... Exclusive sugar, starch & preservative free formula Nature's Bounty provides hard-to-find vitamin supplements, such as: Dolomite, Alfalfa, Bee Pollen, Kelp, Garlic Oil, Ginseng, Potassium, Bone Meal and much more. Nature's Bounty, also, offers a line of common vitamins, such as: A, B, C & E, etc. Stop in Pioneer Drug and visit their Nature's Bounl Natural Vitamin Display. Pioneer Drug "Pioneer Means First" Corner of Washington & Court Streets Lewisburg, West Virginia Phone 645-1022 so that they can support their families, pay taxes, and contribute to the economy." Also included in-~e ~supple- mental appropriation bill,at-Byrd's request, was-a provision directing the National Park Service to acquire a site at Glen Jean, Fayette County, at its appraised value of $300,000 to establish park headquarters for the New River Gorge National River. Other provisions included at Byrd's request direct the National Park Service to begin planning of a permanent visitors Center at Canyon Rim at the New River Gorge, to assess the need for roads and bridges for providing acess to the river, to upgrade its New River Gorge land acquisition office, and that $6 million be made available for land acquisition. Byrd, who chairs the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on the Interior, also included provisions in the bill that: -- direct the Fish and Wildlife Service to provide a reporton the potential of fish hatcheries, including Bowden Fish Hatchery in Randolph Couty, to meet striped bass production; .. direct the Forest Service to intensify its gypsy moth control efforts, especially in the Monogahela National Forest; -- and direct that $1 million be made available to raise the dike immediately upstream from the Parsons Forestry Sciences Laboratory in Tucker County that was destroyed in the 1985 flood. A!de's D=scount Store expansion begins By CAROL HALL The Aide's Discount Store in the Red Oak Shopping (~enter in Fairlea has recently completed plans for a 12,600 square foot extension. According to Gary Aide, Manager, the extension will close in the space between the present Aide's store and Seneca Jewlers, Cornerstone Christian Book Store, AAA Travel Agency, Duds and Suds Laundramat and the Alpha Music Store. A covered walkway will provide access to these shops. There will be parking behind the area for customers of the laundramat. "Area residents have shown confidence in what we've done so far," said Aide. "We want to give them an even bigger and better store in which to shop." The extension, Aid commented, will expand the current line and give a better presentation of the merchandise. 'Aide remarked that the extension should be finished in the latter part of September or first part of October. Ambler Construction in Ronceverte is the contractor. "We've always been known for our quality of service, as well as lower prices," stated Aide. "We intend to continue that tradition," he concluded. i e " .J ! epubhc. 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Ramcharger 1986 Plymouth Reliant - 4 door, white w/red interior, air, stereo ...................... $8,495 1984 Chevrolet Camaro - stereo, air ................... $6995 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity Sta. Wagn.. a~r, stereo, cruise, tike~ new! ....................... $9,495 1986 Dodge Caravan SE .7 Passenger, air. auto..stereo $12,995 1986 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible. air, auto. leather int.. stereo, power windows, locks, seats, I7,000 miles ............. $11,495 1986 Dodge 600 - 2 door, air, auto., stereo ................ $9,595 1987 Aries STa. Wag. LE- air. AM/FM 15,200 miles ...... $9,995 1986 Plymouth Caravelle - 4 door. air. tilt, crui,e, stereo $10,995 1986 Dodge Ram 50 4 x 4- auto., or 5 speed, extra sham!S9,995 1986 Dodge W150- 4 speed. 8' bed, hke netw! ............ $11,995