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Cumberland News (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Cumberland, Maryland Change anticipated in it. A. Fuel rate William Chesno William Miller Brian Hirsch Bank officers Complete schools three officers of Liberty Trust company of Maryland recently returned from various Bank related schools. They Are William Chesno vice president and treasurer Brian Hirsch assistant vice president and manager of the floor planning department and William Miller assistant auditor. Chesno joined 115 other banker students and 26 faculty members representing 37 states for a one week resident session of the graduate school of Bank investments University of Oklahoma in Norman. The sessions sponsored by the american Bankers association Are designed to provide Quality training in the areas of portfolio and asset liability management to better enable Bankers to formulate and manage Overall investment policy and strategy. The faculty was made up of experienced Bankers professional academicians and government officials from the Federal Deposit insurance corporation Odic. Chesno who has been with the Bank for eight years holds a bachelors degree in economics from Frostburg state College and is a graduate of the graduate school of banking at the University of Wisconsin. Hirsch recently graduated from the Maryland banking school held at the University of Maryland. This was his third and final year where he joined 300 other Bankers in a curriculum stressing lending and management. Also with Liberty Trust for eight years Hirsch holds an associate of arts degree in business administration from Allegany Community College and graduated from the american Bankers associations National instalment credit school at the University of Oklahoma. Miller attended the first year of the Maryland Bankers school at the University of Maryland joining 300 Bankers in the program which takes three years to Complete. Overall banking functions and operations human resource marketing and managerial accounting comprise the curriculum. Miller has been with the Bank four years. He attended Allegany Community College in the business education program. Courses set for All health professionals or. Jane Fiscus Deputy state health officer for Allegany county said tuesday the health department will sponsor training courses for All health professionals who encounter alcoholism and drug abuse in their work. The training is being implemented in collaboration with the department of health and mental Hygiene a office of education and training for addiction services. The two courses scheduled Early next year Are tuition free. Enrolment will be limited to a reasonable class size. The courses Are medical and emergency aspects of alcoholism and drug abuse level i by is scheduled Jan. 17 through 25, except on saturday and sunday. The other course caregiving and Case management skills level i by scheduled Jan. 17 through 25, except on saturday and sunday. Both courses meet the specified education requirement that allow for advancement through the state Merit systems addictions Counselor series. Interested persons should Contact Joseph Davis Allegany county health department 777-5680 by 4 . Dec. 14. While Maryland customers of Potomac Edison company have been receiving slightly lower fuel Bills 69 cents less per 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity the decision to increase or decrease the fuel rate charge of West Virginia customers has yet to be made by the West Virginia Public service commission. The principal hearing of the West Virginia commission is taking place wednesday in the Charleston Capitol and a satellite hearing is set for monday dec. 20, in Charles town . In addition a meeting has been set up Between the commission and Potomac Edison company representatives on monday dec. 13, regarding the pets currently earned rate return to ascertain whether or not it is a reasonable rate or significantly higher than anticipated Back in 1981. However Potomac Edison has submitted an application to the West Virginia pc to establish a fuel increment in its rates for electrical service for the period january i through june 30,1983. At wednesdays meeting the commission is examining actual Coal costs of Potomac Edison for the past six months. If a fuel increment in the company a rates were approved it would be effective for the next six months starting in january. When the Maryland pc approved the reduced fuel rate for customers it lowered the total Bill for an average customer using 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month by 69 cents. A previous seven percent reduction in the fuel rate was put into effect in August. The reduction was the result of a 5.1 percent decline in the fuel rate component of electric Bills which was filed by Potomac Edison in september. It became effective on customer Bills oct. 7. The fuel rate decline resulted primarily from Potomac Edison a increased sales of electricity to non affiliated Utility companies. The benefits of these sales were in turn passed on to Maryland customers. On monday dec. 13, Potomac Edison company representatives will appear before the West Virginia commission in Charleston to present information concerning the company a currently earned rate return. In 1981, in Potomac Edison a last general rate proceeding the commission approved rates and charges for electrical service which were placed into effect oct. 19, 1981. These rates were determined reasonable based upon a 1980 test year adjusted to the going level. They were designed to provide Potomac Edison the Opportunity to earn a return on a rate base of 11.36 percent and a return on common you it of 15.5 percent. Recent communications Between the commission and Potomac Edison revealed that the company May actually be earning a significantly greater return than that which was approved As reasonable by the commission in 1981. The dec. 20 satellite hearing in Charles town came about at the request of the Jefferson county committee on aging one of the seven counties which would be affected by the West Virginia fuel increase. Other counties affected include Berkeley Grant Hampshire Hardy Mineral and Morgan accounting for 65,000 customers. Representatives of Potomac Edison company Are required to appear at the dec. 20 hearing As Well to answer questions which May arise during the presentation by the company a customers. Testimony taken at that time will be included with that taken by the commission wednesday and dec. 13 and will be considered by the commission in arriving at its decision. Juan Cabrillo reached As far North As Cape Mendocino in California on nov. 14,1542. Appliance h to y our local sacred heart expands radiation therapy sacred heart hospitals expansion of its radiation therapy department was officially opened for patient treatment monday. Ribbon cutting ceremonies were presided Over by sister Cecilia Hospital administrator who said a the opening of this facility attests to our deep commitment to provide improved local treatment for patients suffering from the Many forms of the new addition will House extensive radiation therapy treatment equipment including a new state of the Art Cobalt machine radiation treatment planning simulator machine cerium 137 storage facilities adar computer treatment planning and Dosimetry room and a superficial therapy room. A patients waiting area examining room and physician office also will be in the new addition. Cynthia Brown my radiation oncologist at sacred heart while describing the Many advantages and uses of the facility stated a the computer interface with our it scanner will allow Dosimetry to be done directly from the it. This combined with our new More versatile Cobalt machine and the simulator will allow us to provide much More sophisticated one of the most tedious areas of radiation therapy is determining the Angle Quantity and scope of the radiation dosage. With sacred hearts new system much of this process that was done by hand can be More efficiently and accurately performed by computer. Several procedures that could not be performed Are now possible. As or. Brown stated versatility and flexibility Are the main advantages of sacred hearts new Cobalt machine. This new unit has the ability to focus just As narrow a beam of radiation As the old Model yet is capable of doing both half body and full body treatments As Well. Previously these could not be done. As the Only cancer management program in this area accredited by the american College of surgeons this expansion of radiation therapy company arrives Albuquerque no. Apr David Wamack likes to have guests drop in but this was ridiculous. He heard a noise in his backyard ran out and saw that a parachutist had dropped to the ground. Richard Madrid 21, a member of the Albuquerque Parachute club was unhurt but had overshot the spot where he had planned to land. Services is Only one element of sacred hearts Overall program of treatment for cancer patients. According to sister Cecilia a sacred heart hospitals Long Range cancer management program began in 1977 As we Laid the ground work for certification by the american College of surgeons. This has required a great Deal of work by members of our medical staff administration and other employees. However their Devotion to our goal of improving cancer treatment has resulted in for example the formation of our tumor registry where we record and track each malignant tumor diagnosed at sacred heart the tumor Board which allows for the review of cancer cases by a Multi disciplinary team of physicians and the acquisition of other diagnostic and therapeutic the ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by sacred heart employees members of the medical staff Board members and the auxiliary. Although sacred hearts radiation therapy expansion is open for patients minor finishing work is yet to be completed and All the new furnishings Are not in place. Peterson Heads teamsters local . Peterson was elected the new president of teamsters local 453 in a mail referendum counted monday defeating current president Joseph Freno who has held that office since 1976. Other officers elected were Wesley Lambert As vice president who was unopposed Arden w. Jim Haycock Secretary treasurer unopposed Patricia Heath recording Secretary unopposed Kenneth Clark Floyd Clarkjr. And Raymond Bradley trustees. Other candidates were Ralph c. Arnold for the office of president and Robert Bridges or. As trustee. New officers will assume their duties Jan. I and will retain those positions until dec. 31,1985. Peterson a previous offices have included that of trustee vice president and Secretary treasurer. In March 1975, he was appointed business agent for the local. Retiring officers Are Freno As president Arnold As vice president Peterson As Secretary treasurer Haycock As recording Secretary and Lambert Heath and Kenneth Clark As trustees. Postal service cites 49 workers for Safe driving postmaster William b. Of Dorff has announced that 49 employees of the Cumberland Post office were presented Safe Driver awards by the National safety Council. These awards Are presented each year to postal Drivers who completed a full year without an Accident. The Safe Driver award Emblem is a Metal shield bearing the words a National safety Council Safe Driver award a and depicting a Man behind the wheel. A Wallet size certificate accompanies each award. The certificate indicates the number of Safe driving years the Date earned and the registered serial number of the award. The Emblem also includes the number of Safe driving years. Ordorff pointed out the Day by Day driving conditions confronted by letter carriers in this area Are not Ideal therefore requiring a higher degree of performance to achieve the award. He specifically singled out the following Rural carriers for their record of outstanding records of Safe driving James w. Barnes who earned the a expert Driver award for 25 years and Walter f. Riehl since retired who earned a 31 year award. There were 22 carriers with a record of to or More years of Safe driving and 9 carriers with records of 5 or More years. The following have to or More years of Safe driving Walter Riehl James Barnes Aloysius Martin Charles Rohrbaugh Milton Hefner Karl Muller Charles Gellner Raymond goad Robert crates Russell Perdew Douglas Brown Francis Nehring John Robertson James Padfield Edward Malloy Raymond Gephart Joseph Orbin Kermit Sites Bucy Liller Thomas Lyons William Farrell and William Cook. The following have five or More years James Robinson James Deal Donald Helm Stetter Russell Bucy Richard Smith Francis Wisenberg Andrew Lewis Patricia Bush and Thomas Riggleman. Carriers receiving the award with less than five years of Safe driving experience Are Milton Knippenberg Andrew Diubaldo David Larry Joseph Dorsey Thomas Mcbee Mark Livengood Walter Kaiser Luther Huff Randy Davidson Ronald Schade Dennis Smith Tyrone Detrick David dodgers Cindi Parker Robert Benson James Lambert Elizabeth Williams and William Petit. League benefits from Coffee Day efforts in area the seventh annual Cumberland life underwriters a Buck a cup Campaign for the Allegany county league for crippled children is under Way and buttons Are on Sale at participating restaurants through dec. 17. Coffee Day will be dec. 17, according to Lewis r. Shaffer Clua Campaign chairman. The goal this year is $2,000 a to help Brace a child a Shaffer said. The Acle program helps support the rehabilitation education and recreation for the handicapped. Waitresses at participating restaurants sell the a a Bact buttons and on Coffee Day program supporters can drink All the Coffee they want by displaying the pins. Selected As the a Buck a cup child for the Campaign is Katherine fell daughter of or. And mrs. Robert fell Flintstone. She is a patient of the league for crippled children and attends the local cerebral palsy clinic of or. Thomas e. Hunt jr., of children a Hospital Baltimore. She also attends special education classes at Cash Valley school. Participating in the local Campaign Are Ali Ghan shrine club Bartons Cas Taylors Chat and Chew Cotton Geatz do Atri donuts House Diamond restaurant Dick a Claras dunking donuts foxes pizza Den family restaurant gee been a Gehauf a genes drive in Giovanni restaurant greens restaurant Hilltop restaurant in town pub Kline a restaurant Lazarus Lindy a restaurant Loch Lynn restaurant Lynn a restaurant Murphy smack a restaurant and Dairy bar masons restaurant Mccrory a restaurant or. Eld a Peoples drug store Princess restaurant Roy Rogers shawls restaurant Warners restaurant and White Oaks restaurant

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