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From Christmas Party Held Handicapped Children bove pictures are scenes from the Christmas party which was the Christmas holidays as a part of a Jefferson County for handicapped children by a number of local and icials. of the pre-school handicapped children planned and staged in two segments, with a dinner being served to them in the Hall of the Charles Town Asbury Methodist Church, at which Chattin presented gifts and a stocking to each child. And there visit by Santa Claus, portrayed by Dutch Allen. There a special program held at the school which is located in the g, formerly the old Wright Denny School cafeteria. shows Santa surrounded by the children, while the bet- taken during the program at the school. of the Pre-School Handicapped of Jefferson County is a non- group associated with the RESA VIII Child Development project, membership open to all parents of handicapped or developmen- pre-school age (births-5years) children. Membership is also other interested individuals in the community. Karen Duke is of the group, with Laura Byers as secretary and Giny Beckett, pment teacher. PUrpose of the group is to act as advocates for young children with development delays; to serve as a support group to parents or developmentally delayed pre-school children; to parties for the children of the RESA VIII Child Develop- Citizens Get Legal Help of age and older in Berkeley, Advisor Jefferson and Morgan now offering legal Counties. The Senior Advisor people 60 years works with local senior cen- ters and Legal Services, providing advocacy and paralegal counseling in the following areas: health care, consumer protection, lan- dlord-tenant problems, elder abuse, debtor-creditor SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TAY, JANUARY 14,1982 disputes, and public benefits (I, Social Security, Food Stamps, AFDC, Medicare, Medicaid, Emergency Assistance, Fuel Assistance, Public Housing, Veterans Benefits, Black Lung, Far- mars Home Administration, etc.) Ms. Boward urges people who have problems, concerns or complaints in any of these areas to call her. "A most important aspect of my work at this time is to make sure that the older people in our area know that I am here if they need help. Many older people who have legal problems just 'give up' out of frustration and a fselin that there is nothing they can do when up against a seemingly more powerful person or in. stitution. Part at my job is to help people see that they can make changes, get what they are entitled to, and even ad- vocate for themselves. Ms. Boward talks with clients at the Morgan County Senior Center 256-3096, 95 Fairfax Street, Berkeley Springs, on the first and third Mondays of each month from I0 a.m. to 12 noon; at me Berkeley County Committee on Aging 263-8873, 217 North High Street, Martinsburg, every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; at the Jef- ferson County Senior Center 725.4044, 103 W. Fifth Avenue, Ranson, every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. If you are homebound, Ms. Beward can visit you at home. Please call the Senior Center in your area for an - appointment or leave a message at Legal Services, 263-8871 or 1-800-352-8910, toll free from Within West Virginia. G.I. Insurance To Pay New Dividends According to Charles Riggleman deputy director of the West Virginia Department of Veterans' Affairs, nearly four million veterans who have retained their G.I. Life Insurance will share in a record $664.6 million dividend during 1982. Because of higher interest rates earned by in. surance funds the amount to be paid in 1982 is $45 million above the 1981 figure. Rigglenmn went on to ex. plain that the dividends will be paid automatically on the ann/versary date d the in. dividual's insurance policy, and no application is necessary. Payments will be made in various amounts depending on the type of policy, the amount of in- surance in force, the insured's age at issue or renewal and the time the policy has been in force. Riggleman further states the average dividend for term policyholders will be $12, and for permanent plan policyholders the payment will average $246. Those holding modified llfe plans will receive an average of $116. Anyone desiring further information.on this or any other veterans benefit should contact Riggleman's office located at 621 W. King St., Martinsburg, W.Va. 25401. Shepherd Offedng Newspaper 'IV Courses Homebound STEPHERDSTOWN -- Courses by television and newspaper bring the classroom into your home. During the 1982 spring SChuster, Shepherd College will he offering two courses by television and one by newspaper as part of the college's Evening Program. Courses by mass media are designed specifically for the adult audience and were initiated by the West Virginia Beard of Regents to bring education to the people. The courses by television ere based on Public Broad- casting System programs televised by WWVU.TV in Morgantown, one of three PBS stations in the state. Shepherd will be offering college credit for the television courses I-Rstory of Japan, 1850 to the Present and Family Portraits, a course about marriage in modern society. History of Japan focuses on the history and changing cultural traditions of Japan's modern era, the brief period during which Japan has developed its own distinctive form of urbanized, in- dustrialized and democratic society. It will be aired I'II I| F'- Tuesdays from 6:30 to 7 p.m. beginning Jan. 19 and will be repeated Saturdays from noon to 12:30 pan. Family Portraits is a study of marriage, family and alternative lifestyles in contemporary America and will be aired Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. beginning Jan. 19. Repeat broadcasts will be aired SaRu'days from I to 2 p.m. A newspaper course entitled Food and People also will be offered this spring. The course will look at the controversy surrounding food, including I I II Illl "1 7 II l" 3 world hunger, agri-businese, rising food costs and nutrition. Newspaper course par- ticlpants, like their television counterparts attend several class sessions throughout the semester for discussions, lectures, assignments, and tests. The media presen- tatlone also are supplemented with outside reading. For additional information on the courses by media, contact Shepherd's Office of Continuing Education at 876- 2511, ext. 218, or toll4ree from Martinsburg at 267-4183. Spring semester classes began on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Pain There can be many reesons for beck pain. Most often the cause is muscular slipped disc, pinched nerves, arthritis, or displaced spinal vertebrae. Proper examination to determine the cause of back pain is essential so the right treatment can ! administered for the patient's recovery. If beckpain is a way of life for you, onsort us. We specialize in examination and treatment of these problem causes. CALL 725-9717 WARD CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. DALE SAMUEL WARD 308 S. Mildred Street Clmdos Town, WV . MA'( ,,- TF Ckbimeflc Examlantion end Treatment Clinic HI I I I IIII / ..... I II -- DR. LEE R. MOORE, JR. ANNOUNCES The Opening of his Charles Town Office For the Practice of General Optometry - Visual Evaluation Contact Lenses In Charles Town Shopping Plaza Phone 725-1411 Cutupto 20% off your auto insurance ify00canl0000 thgteg. 1. Do all operators of your car have driving records flee of moving violations or convictions for the past 3 years? 2. Have they been licensed for 6 years or longer? 3. Is your car used for pleasure, including light commuting? 4. ls your driving record claim-flee for the past 3 years? Check your answers with us today to see if you qualif), for Commercial Union's Custom Auto Program. I "Even/thinrdoy"  Mertineburg--132 South Queen Street 263-3388 Chade= Town--Hittdale Shopping Center 725-7081 Berkeley Sprlngs--3os Congress Street 258.1720 O4m.ES OWN. wF.S Gtt ORWE 0 2S414