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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 1 l, 1978 i PE,OPL BANK 1 OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FORA GROWING COMMUNITY hip . r ' '',  .i , foa, Scholars unds m''mum ae of ,. r hour. pl n "To enroll in the Governor's at She erd Colle Summer Youth Program, in- ge terested young persons should 11 ,,===,=.=.._. .l!lilll contact their local Job Service Offices as soon as possible," the Governor pointed out. According to J. Howard Henderson, director of the Employment and "Training Division, "We are especially stressing to sponsors this year that the quality of supervision they provide these young people will determine the success of their individual projects." General Telephone Relays 1st Video Via Satellite In a project conducted to demonstrate the effectiveness of telecommunications as a 1, right, how the new scholarships work. medium for medical education scholarship has been by friends of Captain Charles N. G. (Ret.) and an academic friends, faculty, former students of Dr. Oliver S. Ikenberry, former College. Dr. Moler stated are open for further donations. Youth Job Program :ed by Rockefeller N _ Governor I  announces he I 10,500 positions 55 counties of the 1978 Governor's Program. which will employment gad the ages be funded for States under the Employment Act (CETA) of by the and Training Division of the Governor's Office of Economic and Community Development, and will be operated through local units of government, non-profit organizations, and state agencies. According to Rockefeller, the Summer Youth Program "will allow disadvantaged young people, both in-school and out-of- school, to acquire work ex- perience, income, and an op- portunity to contribute to many worthwhile projects throughout the state." Participants in the seven-week program, which will begin June and for group surgical con- two surgeons in discussed complex surgical techniques with a panel of four physicians nearly 5,000 miles away recently. This was the first two-way video con- ference relayed by satellite between Hawaii and the mainland. A COMSTAR satellite over the equator relayed the discussion program between Hawaii and Florida earth stations of GTE Satellite Corporation. The program traveled more than 46,400 miles, nearly twice the distance around the earth at the equator. Dr. J. Brown Farrior and Dr. James N. Endicott displayed color slides, photographs, and other illustrations from Tampa, Fla., while participating for more than two and one-half hours in the panel discussion at the Fourteenth Congress of the Pan-Pacific Surgical Association (PPSA) in Honolulu. The video program was produced by a Honolulu vision station and tran- smitted by portable microwave radio links to the downtown Honolulu headquarters of Hawaiian Telephone Company. attending the panei session to see the panelists speaking from both Hawaii and Florida. In Tampa, three monitors provided the same perspective for panelists and guests. The COMSTAR satellite and the two earth stations utilized for the video conference are part of a domestic communications satellite system operated jointly vt GTE Satellite Corporation and American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Ms. Verderamo To Attend Law School in D.C. ii I MS. VERDERAMO Petrina Maria Elizabeth Verderamo, daughter of Michael Verderamo, Charles Town, and Mrs. JoAnna Verderamo, Alexandria, Va., will attend Georgetown University School of Law, Washington, D.C., this fall. Ms. Verderamo is a 1974 graduate of Jefferson High School and will graduate from Hood College, Frederick, Md., on May 20, receiving a Bachelor of Arts dgree in French and Political Science. Her academic .accomplishments include the Dean's List, Convocation Honors, Hood College Scholar Honors and the Foreign Language Department Award for Excellence in French. In addition, she is president of Permanent microwave stations Pi Delta Phi French National 400 link the Hawaiian Telephone Honor Society and vice- o m -- m I i facilities with the Sunset earth president of Phi Kappa National BEEF CA TILE AUCTION Y, MA Y T3, 7978 g AT 71.0 A. M. JIM TROUT'S N RIVER FARM 10104 Dublin Road 2 Miles N Walkersville. Md. Rt. 15 - 5 miles - turn right on Biggs miles, turn left on Dublin Rd. 2.2 miles to SELLING : Hereford Cows many with calves at Polled Hereford Cows Polled Hereford Bred Heifers open Polled Hereford Heifers reford-Angus Heifers , both sexes, Crossbreds, Polled Herefords - mostly with calves at side and due and heifers- bred and open some calves - John Buric bred Herd Bulls Bulls Angus and Crossbreds fall 1977. Useful and productive herd of Polled cattle, both the grades and purebreds. Calves on the ground born since Jan. 1st every day. These cattle will be sold in condition. They have come thru the and are ready to go on pasture and Registered cattle, followed by individual PENNY FARMS, OWNER , LE, MARYLAND _ SALE MANAGERS l2T AUCTIONEERS fNC "Ourtst. Frederick, Md. 21701 301-663.1555 Phone: 301-898-9391 te station of GTE Satellite Cor- peration, 30 miles to the north on the island of Oahu. Dr. Farrier and Dr. Endicott were located within studios at the university of South Florida. Portable microwave and associated cable equipment connected the studios to a switching center of General Telephone Company of Florida in downtown Tampa. These are linked by permanent microwave and cable facilities with an earth station of GTE Satellite Cor- poration about 70 miles north of Tampa. Twenty-one TV monitors in the main meeting room at the Hawaiian Village and in an adjoining conference room enable surgeons and guests "insurance gives peace of mind" Both the personal belongings you take with you on a trip and the belongings left at home are covered against theft and ac- cidental damage by a Homeowner or Tenant Policy. Ask about them at the Moore Insurance end Realty Company - Washington,  Alexander and Cooke Agency. Mre lnsnrnnee and . Realty Company Washington, Alexander andCooke Sim- Ill711-(,rleA Town, I'... I le North Geese .. 7254115 Honor Society. She has the distinction of being election to the 1977-78 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. During the 1976-77 academic year, she attended the! University of Strasbourg in France. She was awarded two degrees offered by that school to foreign students, "Cours Moyen" and the "Cours Superieur" degrees. From June, 1977, to August, 1977, she interned in the Department of Legal Mfairs at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, a political organization with 19 European countries as members, whose goal it is to work toward a closer union of European states. She is currently interning in the Deputy Attorney General's Office at the Department of Justice in Washington, Her future plans include a career in criminal law. Spring Fair, Play Set for Claymont May 20th, 11 a.m. The Claymont Society for Continuous Education is sponsoring its Third Annual Spring Fair and Play on Saturday, May 20th. There will be food, games, crafts, flea market and con- tinuous entertainment throughout the day. Highlights of the fair include the per- formance of Morris Dancing, ,Y0u can be sure... If It's Westinghouse TWIN T ENG. Donald T. Phillips Phone 304/725-516,1 P.O. Box 341 Charles Town, W.Va. Warehouse Prices on Central Air Conditioning for Self Installation. JAN. l"gth.e.O.W. NDoR & Auctioneers Clerks AILABLE SALE DAY liii -.1 CHARLES TOW,, W. Va. 25414 iil :, :: i!i! .. PHONE (304)725-2198 !i" , .... , iili BIBLE SCHOOL iiil iiiiCRAFT WORK SHOP!i!i Gas Corporation, of Charles Town, is shown Peoples Place" to Mrs. Michael Brown, ii!i S NDAY! M Y 21St. . Care nte. (,oto Uy rrol, eslie) 1.00 P. M." 5.11tl P. M. 1,000-year-old 'tradition of the "For this reason, we, as adults v. , English and a play which will begin at dusk. The fair opens at 11 a.m. with admission and parking available. Claymont is located three miles south of Charles Town on U.S. Route 340. For more information, call 304-725- 2255. Day Care Center Meeting Held By Staff training SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "Communication Goals in Dealing with Children" was the topic for the staff training meeting at the Shepherdstown Day Care Center. The Center Director opened the session by outlining the three main corn- munication goals the center strives toward in dealing with the children in its care. Good adult modeling was cited as the first*goal. "What we do speaks so loud, they can,t hear what we say," said the Director. need to be good examples and at times, we even need to be better than we really are. Children deserve the best possible models to imitate." The communication of praise was discussed as the second goal. Staff members were en- couraged to look for good behaviors and qualities in the children and to reinforce them through the use of honest praise. The session was then turned over to Patti Wilmouth, center teacher, who discussed the third goal, that of giving positive directions. Each staff member was presented with a situation sheet and asked to mark the method ordinarily used to deal with the described situation, then the method that might be the most appropriate. "Tell the child what he can do," said Mrs. Wilmouth "and make the directions short and decisive." She encouraged the staff to model the responses expected from the children. The use of four alternatives for "no" and "don't" was suggested as follows: 1. Do...instead of... 2. You need to...3. Now is the time to...4. It's your job to...The use of these alternatives was explained and enlarged upon by the speaker. In her final remarks, Mrs. Wilmoth stressed the need for adults to be able to acknowledge their own human shortcomings such as forgetfulness and mistake-making in their com- municatious with the children. The situation responses were discussed at length along with current situations and possible positive dialogue which could be used to deal with them. Staff members present were: Judy Ford, Ruth Brown, Rosie Koerner, Pat Washington, Jane Bailey and Saundra Moreland, Mildred Pennington Completes Training Mildred Pennington, the daughter of Kathryn Penningt0n of Falls Church, Va., and the late John Pennington of Charles Town, has completed both her basic and advanced individual training in the U.S. Army. Mildred," a 1977 graduate of Jefferson High School, entered the Army under the delayed entry program. She took basic training at Fort McClellan, Ala., and then went to Fort Lee, Va., for AIT. While at Fort Lee, she trained to be a Petroleum Supply Specialist. After staying at home for one week she left to go to Fort Campbell in Kentucky, where she has been assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. Mildred is the granddaughter of Thelma Chapman and the late James Chapman of Charles Town. i MOGADISHU, SOMALIA -- The United States has began delivering $6 million worth of food to Somalia, the first U.S. aid to the former Soviet ally in nearly six years. The Americans did not send the U.S. weaponry Somalia wants to stave off an invasion it fears from Soviet and Cuban-backed Ethiopian troops. AND SO DOES NEWS GREENHOUSE Located at 400 W. Fourth Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Where You Will Find A Varied Line of Ortho Products Including Perennials, Potted Flowers and Garden Plants Of All Kinds. Also be sure and see our wide selection of Foliage Plants. - ORTHO don't f0rget0000 Mother's Day 00GIVI=/000/00 OUR BET!00 Come In And Pick Out The Right Flower For Her and save by buying from the Grower rather than Elsewhere BENNETT'S GREENHOUSE 400 West Fourth Avenue, Ranson, W. Va. PHONE: 725. 5043 ii