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November 9, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1378 7 i O RANSON, W. VA. our ,0. ! / ) P RANSON, W. VA. MEMBER F. D. I. C. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM CLarence Martin, of Delegates ktive, and Robert Senator, along Center's lawyer, Jr. met with of Directors of the Day Care Center 31st to discuss the legislative action become a necessary ;ot iating with the lut ty School B~rd hi:lg a mutually Lr has. price under of the existing law. Day Care in a structure to the Jefferson )oI Board. In April, was notified that the :lispose of However, the present it in the January 1979 legislative session. Legislators Martin and Steptoe have agreed to support the Center by sponsoring a bill for legislative action. Joe Caudle, who could not he present at the Tuesday night meeting, also pledged his support in the effort. At the Halloween night meeting, options concerning the types of legislative action were discussed with the Center Board of Directors and a plan of action was outlined. Thomas Steptoe, Jr. offered his services in helping the Center Director effect the necessary arrangements with Superin- tendent of Schools Raymond Frazier. The Center is grateful to these granted men for their valuable support, an additional year's advice and interest in the very from July 1978 to young children for whom the witi~ the un- Center exists and will hopefully that the Center continue to exist to serve. seek funding to facility, l]ir 0r National the Center has in upholding its ~ TO Speak funds. It l the County Court as At ReEional Meeting agent to sidestep legislative action On November 15, Dr. Gordon existing law. The Cawelti, executive director of it did not feel that the National Association for ~erve as purchasing Supervision and Curriculum lid agree to pay a Development (AS, CD)I will r computer services speak on the Nature of aes ~,determlnlng Curriculum Development --= cumputer during the regional conference I not uncover any at Cacapon State Park Lodge nding sources. The near Berkeley Springs, West of Shepherdstown, Virginia. The event, to he held w, could serve as a from 10 a m. to 3:00 p.m is agent, however, the sponsored" by the Regional cared outside the Education Service Agency ~wn boundaries (RESAYIIIofMartinsburg and that possibility the Continuing Education [achian Regional Programs of the ~:ounty school presented a systems and will be attended by ~e of funding but administrators and supervisory rm Purchase price personnel from the eight with the school counties in the Region. der to apply for Mter obtaining his masters :~hn:s~Pr,esent~ degree from Colorado State L-~- ~ [~O l~oara .College, Dr. Cawelti completed ~e'~'~ L",~r.uer ,~i his doctoral work at the State ~nooi board sJ University of Iowa. Beginning to negotiate. The] with public school teaching, he ~rd agreed to[ worked his way through the ~,=mre, making k| various positions in education to gain the support of[ Superintendent for the Tulsa the bill andl Public Schools. Since 1933, he has been the executive director for the National ASCD. Many of his writings have appeared in such important* educational publications as The American School Board Journal, Nation's Schools, NASSP Bulletin, NCA Quarterly, School Management, Educational Leadership, and Phi Delta Kappan. Set Foodhandleis Conference Nov. 13-14 High School Dr. Earl D. Allara, physician director of the Jefferson County Health Department, has an- nounced the 1978 Food Service Education Conference has been set for Monday, November 13 and Tuesday, November 14, at s75 OFF per @ ormance TELEVISION the Jefferson County High eachday2:30p.m, and T:30 p.m. School Auditorium on Flowing If additional information is Springs Road. needed, please contact the The State Health Department Jefferson County Health requires that all persons Department at 725-8392. working in food service establishments have a valid permit from the local Health Department. This permit must he renewed by attending One of the food service conferences. If there is any doubt, you should check and see when your card does expire. Anyone working in an establishment without a : permit must attend one of these meetings. If anyone helps with preparing or serving food at a ct~urch or civic organization dinner, they must have a food handlers permit and must attend this meeting. Four meetings ere scheduled -- on Monday, Nov. 13 and Tuesday, Nov. 14 -- two WITH TRADE ~" ~1 COLOR N/25YM9872M EARLY AMERICAN STYUNG, genulne hardv~o l ~ ~om~ rnarae vene~, on. s~nu~ed wooo VIR "Broadcast Digital channel Controlled" Color Numbers Random Access Remote "Pop-Out" Concealecl Control Controls Electronic Tuning Sharpness Control Light Sensor Line Voltage Regulator t00% Solid State Chassis II Cable-Ready-"' Antenna Moclulor Chassis Design Connector Black Matrix In-Line Set-And-Forget Volume Picture Tube Control 126 E. Third Avenue Ran$on, W. Va. 25414 ACROSS FROM 0/D IIOSPITAL Most people are limit- ed by their inability to HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETING NOV. 15 The monthly meeting of the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will be held on Wed- nesday, November 15, at ~:00 p.m. in the conference room. BAKE SALE THIS FRIDAY The Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will have a bake sale at Stuck & Algers Pharmacy, Charles Town, on Friday, November 10, beginning G LEANERS CLASS TO MEET NOV. 14 The Gleaners Sunday School Class of Asbury Methodist Church will meet Tuesday night, November 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ed Saville, 625 South Mildred Street, Charles appreciate others. Please note the change of date. at 9:30 a.m. Town. Touch Calling ~ ,~ ad~bl in m ~t arcm