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SPIBITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 3 THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1978 le Officer Wears Badge Of Courage merely an overdressed village. Chief Rephann, who claims to have never used his gun in an 11: year law enforcement career, cites larceny and speeding as the town's two major types d crime. He recalls no violent crime during his six years on the Shepherdstown police force, and Officer Fuller notes that a car set adrift by the owner's pet dog resulted in the major excitement of her 1-month stint with Shepherdstown's finest. Pony Club Has Sunday Meet Shenandoah Valley Pony Clubbers met at the Shepherd- stown Men's Club Sunday night to see a film on stadium and cross country jumping and to make plans for summer ac- tivities. The film, produc by the British Pony Club, featured Olympic Gold Medal winner, Sir Harry Llewellyn. Two new members were welcomed: Sarah Thompson of Shepherd.stown, and Holly Isaacson, of Middletown, Md. The Mike Fogarty children were special guests. Dilly Umscheid, Sharon Benner and Diane Gross were recognized for their par- ticipation in the Regional Know- Down (knowledge contest) held last month at Potomac, Md. Next week will be the final meeting in a series of 12 in- structional activities which the club has held at Whiting's Neck Equestrian Center. Summer activities will include a week-long Pony Club Camp and participation in three regional rallies: the Games Rally will be at Morgan's Grove, Shepherdstown, in June and the three-phase event rallies will be in July, for senior riders, at Frying Pan Park near Dulles Airport, and in September, for junior riders, at Waynesboro, Pa. In preparation for the first rally, teams will begin weekly practice soon at the homes of David and Fred Parsons, Martinsburg; Hal VanMetre, Kearneysville; and Lisa and Deanna Spunich, Charles Town. Pony Club is open to anyone under 21 who rides English style. Mrs. K. David Spunich, Charles Town, is the contact for more information. Members are from Berkeley, Jefferson and Washington Counties. Skating Party Is Set By 441 Saddle Club At the Berryville Roller Rink on May 4 from 7:30 to 10 p.m., the Jefferson County 4-H Saddle Club plans a skating party. Admission will be $1.50 and 50 cents for skate rantai. Everyone is welcome. FTC asks for car dura- bility ratings. -R DOROTHY FULLER, Shepherd- ., reviews her scores from the shooting I Chief Lee Rephann. The town s first is confident in her ability to use a necessary -- but hopes the need will IAZZONI herself similar proud of uniform -- new job the in to experience. Policewoman, Shepherd- officer. Officer taller than Her black hair contrast her dark eyes, and her officer. to be in the and assist the sitting ith cers in the Town Hall. F.B.I. most- Fuller duties the other the power to total ability to Well, Fuller hesitated at for the she about 3- on, the mayor, council Chief Lee from six the time- ition on the force. week in- Vary from six Y. Because of one officer is No overtime extra duty Fuller She ventured Vandalism .o.gh she and Town she tOWn mer- first six she is un- Program, Rephann r. The Chief recruit will duty by herself once she is capable of conducting all investigations -- of accidents, fines, etc. -- and when she learns all relevant town, county and state laws. In turn, Fuller is very pleased with her job, she says, and is familiar with the small per- centage of work in the office because she worked as a bookkeeper with the Singer Co. in Washington, D.C., during a 10- year absence from Jefferson County. She also managed a department store wig salon there, and has worked as a receptionist and switchboard operator in Charles Town. A few years ago, however, she decided to stay at home and raise her children and grand- children, one of whom is the son of Officer Fuller's late son, who was killed in a county automobile accident about four years ago. Fuller says that her son is "the biggest inspiration in everything I do." Following his death she an reading numerous psychology books, she said, and relied upon her deep religious convictions. Today she regularly attends both the St. James Church and the Zion Episcopal Church. She is enrolled in an evening psychology course at Shepherd College, and hopes that the course will help her relate to the people and situations that she faces on duty. Although she lacks experience in law enforcement, Fuller believes she is receiving adequate training from Chief Rephann and Sgt. Allen Baker. She is taking additional training, in handgun and shotgun use, from Sgt. Tom Smith of the Shepherd College security force. Fuller, who carries a loaded gun, says, I was never familiar with handguns, but I feel that I can handle them much easier than I had expected." Rephann, who is awaiting word from Hagerstown police about their firearm training program, sums up a problem facing all officers: "We know when not to shoot, but never when to shoot." Fuller nods when the Chief rephrases his comment, to "a policeman only shoots to protect himself or the public." "I can't say which situations may demand that I use my gun until I'm confronted with them --and I may never be," Fuller adds "Ifl am, then I'II make the decision at that time." Indeed, there is a good chance that Officer Fuller may he fortunate enough never to need her gun. In contrast to the "Naked City" of television crime drama, Shepherdstown is Hove Ical Dnl Us HA, Inc. in Commercial & Industrial Wiring & sem'ce many Brands Names of: t Devices & equipment & Incadescent Lamps elements & Electric Heaters Types & Sizes of Wire ss16 HA, Inc. St.-RansOn, W. Va. ,  MR. COFFEE FILTERS  ,Rc,, aoxo,,0o ..... 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