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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, October 29, 1998 3 5 Hospital's my director, Denny )ore, is certainly no Jefferson County or, Jefferson Memo- Berkeley County of Martinsburg High iven spent many of summers in Shep- his uncle who equipment dealer- :an working at )rug Store when he old and later com- .~rnship there while B.S. in Pharmacy University. graduating from ool of Pharmacy, to Shepherd- ,egan working as a at Stuck & Alger Charles Town. As job, DeHaven also M pharmacist emorial Hospital. this position for 1986 when he Ashby, WV, to open operated his own Fort Ashby for 12 NEW SATELLITE OFFICE [IN BERRYVILLE, VIRGINIA years, that was until this past stllnlner when he became aware of the director position opening at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. 'When tile pharmacy director posi- tion at ,Jefferson Memorial was of- fered to me, I saw it as an opportu- nity to return 'home' to work," DeHaven said. "Three months into the job, I find that I am work- ing with some of the finest health care professionals that I have en- AMTA Funds Now Available Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman urges farmers to con- tact their local USDA Service Cen- ter to select how they want to re- ceive their 1999 Agriculture Mar- keting Transition Act (AMTA) payments. Under a plan passed by Con- gress and signed by President Clinton, farmers eligible to receive AMTA payments (also called Pro- duction Flexibility Contract (PFC) payments) in fiscal year 1999 can countered in my career," he added, choose to receive the payment all As the hospital's new pharmacy at once or in two equal payments director, DeHaven's initial focus BRITT ' GETTY LAW OFFICES ~-- has been on examining various pa- tient issues related to medications as well as planning for the hospital's new retail pharmacy, the Bolivar Pharmacy. On a pro- fessional level, DeHaven has a . - strong interest in geriatric phar- macy and is a fellow in the Ameri- INJURED? can Society of Consultant Phar- macists. Although DeHaven sees the BRAIN-DAMAGEDBABIESANDCtLDREN field of medicine expanding and growing along with the commu- nity, he also senses that feeling of patients being treated by doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other al- lied health professionals who may also be "friends and neighbors." "Our area is fortunate to have hos- pitals like Jefferson Memorial where the newest technology is blended with the oldest traditions of patient care," he said, adding, "That's an unbeatable combina- tion that no urban hospital can duplicate, and that's why I'm de- lighted to be back at Jefferson Me- morial Hospital." the ind. ,issu als Ad Was Paid For 'lne olthout Money From Lawyers! Supreme Court ohn McCuskey Justice John McCuskey etary when Judicial take campaign ,tions from lawyers, | le lose confidence by the WV FARM Bureau iu believe this is the right way to do things, lira iI urge your family and friends to t Vote November 3 for } itieal Advertisement. Paid for by John McCuskey lor Supreme Court )R BY THI~t Committee without money from lawyers. MAJOR MALPRA(TI'tCE AND PERSONAL INJURY WRONGFUt, DEATH NO ATTORNEY FEE UNLESS WE COLLECT MONEY FOR YOU Britt Getty Law Offices 263.5000 during the fiscal year, which be- gins October 1, 1998, and ends September 30, 1999. The initial payments should be distributed by October 22, 1998. "These are payments farmers were entitled to receive even be- fore this bill became law," Glickman said. "Advancing the payment date will provide limited financial assistance in a time of stress on our farmers. We need to move forward on many fronts to ensure famil.v farmers and ranch- ers have a strong, secure future on the land." "The EInergency Farm Finan- cial Relief Act will help ease the current cash-flow problems for many farmers who are in dire eco- nomic straits," Glickman said. "But the money does not address the underlying causes of today's hardship - weak Asian export, mar- kets, strong world crop produc- tion, and a U.S. farm policy that cannot cope with a string of natu- ral disasters. lie who has no faith in oth- ers shall find no faith in them. --Lao-Tse You pau only 20%* of the total prescription charge. (Example: $30 Rx - you pay only $6.00!) Let us submit all bills !or your Prescriptions & Diabetm Supplies directly to your insurance company. No more. insurance paperwork No recetpts forgotten in a drawer No enrollment fee "varies accorcling to plan We do it all for you! SIGN UP for this service TODAY/ ooo vALoE1 PR~iSCRIPIION Sf:fll~C[ J / GENE SITY CAN MEASURED IN 8, 12 AND In a land of plenty, no one should go hungry. That's why our Citizens Communications employees have just concluded our first-ever "Citizens for Citizens" Autumn Harvest food drive. The non-perishable items donated by Citizens Communications employees will enable local charities to help feed hungry children, adults, families, and elderly people. Working together, our employees continue to make a difference where they live and work. We salute them for their sense of community. CITIZENS communications SM talk with us.