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23-Day Educational Study Tour Europe Planned This, Summer The Division of Education at round-trip airfare, New York to Shepherd College is sponsoring a Paris, returning from London to  day educational study tour of New York, via chartered jet, Europe this summer, lodging accomodations, break- Starting on July 9, the tour will fast and dinner daily, private feature observation and par- motorcoach, sightseeing and ticipation in 'the French multi-lingual tour escort. educational system, the Piaget Sightseeing highlights include Institute, the Austrian the Eiffel Tower, Chartress educational system, the British Cathedral, Vatician City, St. Infancy Schools, Montessori Peters, Palazzo Vecchio, Schools, the British Com- Mozart's birthplace, Mt. Pilatus, prehensive High Schools and the Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus and Italian educational system, the Globe Theatre. Visits will be made to major The tour is being coordinate universities in France, Italy, and directed by Dr. Billy Ray Austria, Belgium, Switzerland Dunn, Dr. Robert Cleminson a quilt had been made and sold for $50.00. An old photograph album containing pictures of club members and tours they had made was presented to the club. The club will celebrate their 40th birthday in March 1978 and something special has been planned for the next meeting. A committee of Mrs. Bratina, Mrs. Eunice Fritts, Mrs. Janet Whitmore and Mrs. Nellie Owens was named to plan something special. All members were reminded to bring articles to see at the sale which will come up in the near future. A craft contest will be held and articles should be taken to the Extension office to be judged 1 and the best will be sent to the and England. Participants may earn six hours of credit in education on an undergraduate level through Shepherd College. Applicants must be admitted to Shepherd College and enroll for credit to be considered for the trip. The cost of $989 will include Dr. Denise Eggleston and Dr. state in competition for prizes. Donna Griggs, from the Division I The spring conference will be of Education at Shepherd I held at the Community Center on College. t May 23. Three gallons of iced tea Applicants are being accepted will be given by Mrs. Bratina. on a first come - first serve basis i Mrs. Whitmore and Mrs. Harris. and additional information is i available from the Division of Education at Shepherd College. Leetown Homemakers Hear Book Reports, Conduct Business The Leetown Extension Homemakers Club met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Orpha Quinn at Tuscawilla Hills. Sixteen members and 1 visitor were present. Cherry pie and coffee were served before the opening of the business meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. Floyd Owens opening with a prayer followed with a reading "Darkness Turned To Dog", and various verses from Matthew 25 Chapter. Then reading the meaning of Easter and St. Patrick's Day. Next was the pledge to the flag and the lesson given by Mrs. Backus on the creative woman were heard because of the ab- sence of the Secretary, Mrs. Hugh Collis. The treasurer gave her report and the committee reports followed. Mrs. Bratina gave a book report. She said the Arts and Crafts Council will get together to produce something to West Virginia to show at Woodbury. She also told of the upcoming events at Shepherd College and Mrs. Betty Smith told of the plays coming to the Old Opera House in Charles Town. Mrs. Janet Whitmore gave a short book report. The Student Fund and the Friendship fund was collected by the Citizenship and In- ternational Relations Com- mittee and Mrs. Margaret Harris gave a report on Health and Safety. Mrs. Ella Hendricks, chair- man of the Family Relations Mrs. Eunice Fritts will furnish one dish of meat loaf, all others are to bring a covered dish. The theme for this meeting is "Ever Onward". May 7 is the National Homemakers week. Each club is to take a plate of 3 dozen cookies and a card table of articles to exhibit. This tea will he at the Community Center beginning at 2:30. The Keyser Area meeting which includes 8 counties will meet on June 14 at Frankfort High School in Keyser. The theme for this meeting is "You Light Up My Lie". The spring conference at Jacksons Mill will be held on June 8, 9, 10 and 11. Because of conflicting dates the next meeting will be changed to Wednesday, April 12, at the home of Mrs. Dot Harris. Congressional committee told CIA used U.S. media. Forms Available For Scouts Interested In Attending Jamboree Boy Scouts from around the world will have the opportunity to live, work, and play together in an atmosphere of in- ternational friendship at the XV World Scout Jamboree near Neishaboor, in Eastern Iran, July 15-23, 1979. The delegation of some 2,400 Scouts and leaders, and 150 supporting staff members, from the USA, will spend about three weeks in Europe and the Middle East as they participate in one of Scoutings most wonderful ad- ventures. At the Jamboree there will be the opportunity of sharing in a community development project, testing skills with fellow Scouts from many lands, par- ticipating in athletic events, Lemon, Wood or Regular 14 Ounce Can Regular 1.69 33 LI F--)j'I PEOPL DR UG enjoying the fellowship of campfires and the world Scouting pageantry they'll reflect; in Europe, en. route, there will be time to tour and to live for awhile with the family of another Scout from Denmark, England, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, or West Germany. The Omar Khayyam Scout camp, they call it the OK Camp, over there, is set in a moon-like desert landscape at the foot of a mountain range. It was the site in 1977 of the Asia-Pacific Jamboree. Large reservoirs, vineyards, a young forest preserve, swimming pools, amphitheatres, and sports complexes break the rugged setting. You'll find the days hot, the nights comfortably cool. Permanent amenities on the site include electricity, showers, roads, worldwide direct dial telephone, offices, and other support facilities. Any registered Scout 14-17 years of age is qualified to at- .... : PALMOLIV LIQUID DETERGENT 22 Ounce Bottle Regular 1;07 8 WE SELL yond our control all items illlllA)/llTf!,M lPlll.gl ........ not ................. u in the home, committee reported that one ,s, m tam em may MONEY 0 nna be svaihble at all 1o .......... No minutes of the last meeting project had been completed and cationa. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON At a session of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 24th day of February 1978. CASE NO.. 9208 THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY, a corporation. Application for authority to surcharge customers for recovery of additional costs of emergency energy purchases. WHEREAS, on January 28, 1978, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation filed an application containing Original Sheet No. 7-2, issued January 26, 1978, effective January 1978, to its tariff P.S.C.W. Va. No. 1, stating a temporary surcharge of 0.2 cents per kilowatt-hour on all kilowatt-hours billed, under Schedules "R", "R-A", "C", "C- A", "PL", "PH", "PP", "W", "OL", "AL", "MSL", and "SL" to permit the recovery of excess fuel and energy costs incurred and to be incurred as a result of the energy con- ditions created by the current fuel shortages, as are more particularly described in said application. WHEREAS, the Commission is of the opinion that, due to the said emergency conditions, said temporary surcharge should be suspended for a period of one (1) day and permitted to be placed into effect under bond, on less than statutory notice, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 24, Article 2, Section 4, Code of West Virginia. IT IS ORDERED that The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, be made respondent to this proceeding and that this matter be set for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 19th day of April, 1978, at 9:30 a.m., EST, at which time and place the respondent shall appear and offer evidence in support of the aforesaid application and revised tariff filing. Leave is hereby granted to anyone interested to file objection to said application and revised tariff filing at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, give notice of the filing of its aforesaid application and revised tariff sheet and of the time and place of hearing thereon by publishing a copy of this order once a week for two (2) successive weeks, the first publication to be made not more than thirty (30) days nor less than fifteen (15) days prior to the 19tl/day of April, 1978, in a newspaper published and of general circulation in each of the counties of Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral and Morgan, making due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the aforesaid revised tariff sheet be suspended and the use of the surcharge stated therein be deferred for a period of one (1) day as of the date of this order. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, The Potomac Edison Company, a corporation, may, at the ex- piration of the aforesaid suspension period, place said temporary surcharge into effect, applicable to all service rendered thereafter, upon the filing of a bond in the amount of $2,000,000 with surety approved by the Commission (which approval shall be given by the Chairman of the Commission indicating the same thereon) and conditioned for refund to the persons or parties entitled thereto of the amount of ex- cess, if any, plus interest thereon at the rate of nine and one- half percent (9'/2 percent) per annum, if said surcharge results in the colection of revenues subsequently determined to be higher than those finaly fixed by the Commission. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent report to the Commission, for each month, beginning with the month of January, 1978. (a) the cost of fuel and energy purchased by it as a result of said emergency, and (b) the amount billed to customers during said month as a result of applying said surcharge to customers' bill.." IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Secretary of the Commission be and he hereby is, directed to serve a copy of this order upon the respondent, The Potomac Edison Com- pany, a corporation, by United States Certified Mail, return receipt requested. A Copy. Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary March 23-2t A CONSt /i f DIG 4 FT. FILLED EASTER BASKET NO PURCHASE NECESSARY DRAWING HELD AT EACH STORE MARCH 25, AT 5:00 P.M. 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Burke Is Named Director Of State ASCS Ser00ce Burke of Glenville, as Executive Director of the West Virginia Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service ASCS. As Executive Director, Mr. Burke will be responsible for carrying out policies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the state and county ASCS of- fices in West Virginia. Mr. Burke, 49, produces sheep and cattle in Gilmer, Braxton, and Calhoun counties. The new director is a member of the Gilmer County Farm Bureau, W. Va. Cattlemen's Association, American Shorthorn Association, American Sim- mental Association, Moun- taineers for Rural Progress, and the Gilmer County 4-H Leader's Association. A graduate of Glenville State College, Mr. , Burke has also served 11 years Secretary of Agriculture Bob I in the West Virginia House of Bergland has appointed Billy B. ! Delegates. 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