CHARLES CHUCK JONES
CYCLES FOR MSCharles Chuck Jones
, a partner with Campbell
, Woods , Bagley , Emerson , McNeer and Herndon , located in Huntington , WV , participated in the 1996 Smith Company Motor Cars MS 150 Bike Tour and raised over $4 , 000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's WV Chapter.
Joining the tour for the first time this year , Mr. Jones and his
son Chad both completed the trail ride , overnighting at Snowshoe Mountain Resort.Mr. Jones is the organist at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church and is also an active member in several Masonic bodies
.By participating in the MS 150 he
time and talents to raise funds for the West Virginia Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
.Pledges from the event will be used to fund services provided by the Chapter including an equipment loan closet ; daily information and referral ; advocacy for persons with MS ; education programs for both persons with MS , their families , and professionals ; independent living assistance ; and peer support.The National MS Society
has spent more for research than any voluntary agency in the world - funding $12 million annually to over 200 MS researchers throughout the U.S. and abroad.The National MS Society's mission is to end the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis.Multiple sclerosis is a disease that randomly attacks your nervous system , wearing away the control you have over the body.Symptoms may range from numbness to paralysis and blindness.Most people are diagnosed with MS between the ages of 20 and 40 , but the unpredictable physical and emotional effects can last for the rest of your life.
The West Virginia Chapter of the National MS Society thanks Mr. Jones
phenomenal efforts as a participant in the Bike Tour and celebrates his
achievement as one of the top individual fundraisers in the Chapter.
DISTRICT COURT FEES AND BANKRUPTCY COURT FEESINCREASED
On October 19 , 1996 , the President signed into law the Federal Courts Improvement Act of 1996 , which increased the civil action filing fee and made changes to the disposition of certain fees prescribed by the Judicial Conference of the United States.These changes will become effective December 18 , 1996.