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Kniceley state to of Regents from seven have involved State, Virginia State. assigned and • AUthority. Internships named public service interns The internship program was . instituted by the Regents during the past spring term. Students who are classified as juniors and seniors are eligible to participate and those who are accepted are paid a stipend of $85 per week for 16 weeks. Dr. Ben L. Morton, Chancellor of the Board of Regents, said, "This program is proving to be a very effective supplement for campus and classroom experiences. We anticipate that it may well be the start of even broader aplication of the intern concept." Dr. John Callebs is the statewide coordinator for the internship program and professor of educational adminis- tration at West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. Departments in which the students will receive learning ex- periences are Welfare; Federal-State Relations; Human Rights Commission; Natural Resources; Employment Se- curity: Mental Health; Attorney General; Governor&apos;s Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction; Treasury; Vocational Rehabilitation; Finance and Administration; Tax; Agriculture, and Regional Develop- ment Authority. insect devouring state's oaks of valuable Counties. Damage has also been found Damage from the Oak sawfly have been in Putnam and Roane Counties, but so insect has been surveyed in the state as the far it is confined to small acreages, for the past four years and has Agriculture According to Alan Miller, forest increased at a tremendous rate. entomologist with the Department of Successive years of defoliation could damage has Agriculture, the damage is caused by result in major losses to the State's Virginia. the larval stage of the Oak sawfly forest industry and landowners, insect. The insects damage the trees by especially if unfavorable weather lin McDowell feeding on the lower surface of the conditions, such as hot, dry summers acres in leaves. The leaves remain on the trees and a dry spring similar to that of 1976, An but turn a bright reddish brown after also occur. has the defoliation has occurred. This has At the present time, very little is and Monroe resulted in false reports about the known about the insect and no have been widespread use of herbicides and fire practical or effective means of and Raleigh damage, controlling it are available. help finance local sewage projects ROnald G. the the West and Cities in assist Virginia in for the and water Pear- procedure coamunities grants treatment punitive local can save costs ts that tUrn that possible sponsorship in the next regular session of the Legislature. "This proposal would commit from $50 to $100 million of cash reserve of the State to be invested in securities which could be issued by West Virginia financial institutions• These funds would be committed for a three or four year period. The financial institutions who receive these funds would use them to provide the interim {three to four years} loans during the construction, testing, and start-up of water and sewage treatment facilities." "This will save local communities the cost of the higher interest rates normally required when bonds are issued to raise local share require- ments prior to project completion," Pearson emphasized. "They would be able to issue debt after construction and start-up of the facilities. They would be selling long-term debt, at that point, to finance proven facilities. More importantly, local communities in West Virginia would be put in a position of being able to capture all available Federal dollars as those dollars become available." "The proposal is a complex one which observes the constitutional restrictions that the State not extend credit to local communities" said Treasurer Pearson. "Its most signifi- cant aspect is in putting the cash reserves of the State of West Virginia to work helping provide essential water and sewer services for the people of West Virginia." food news & cues from the Quaker Test Kitchens $T. STRIPES... FOREVER August 26, 1976 Festival iLi ¸  • The GlenvDle Democrat/ Pa 13 o/ Values winners  Presenting prizing to winners in last week's Festival of Values drawings were [clockwise from left] Charlie Harold of Glenville Supply to William Gill of Glenville, Charles Davis of Davis Clothing Store to William Moss of Glenville and Bill Burke of Hardman's .,, Hardware to Sarah L. Watkins of Glenvllle. by Bill Howrilla SPECIAL PURCHASE! TER TOP THE STORES TEEN SIZES GIRLS' SIZES S-M-L 4 to 14 (' .< (34 to 40) REG. TO 6.95  "' 2.99 1.9900-- TREMENDOUS VALUE! REG. TO 12.95 Choose from among hundreds of short sleeves, long sleeves, turtlenecks, cap sleeves, cardigans, capes & mock twin sweater sets. brown UP WITH A COOKIE When the cookie jar is full of old fash- laciness and "snowy" edges everyone gathers inside• Quick or old add a pleas&nt chewiness, so charm- flavor. turn them upside down on a roll- glasses. Either type of surface PaPer towels or napkins so cookies won't when cool and store tightly. So good by the fire ! PECAN CURLS Makes 4 dozen eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla cup finely chopped pecans a cup Quaker oat {quick or old fashioned, uncooked) $ tablespoons confectioners sugar (350°F.). Sift together flour and soda butter, eggs and vanilla. Beat until and oats. Drop by tea- allowing about 3 inches (350°F.) 8 to 10 minutes or until cookies Cool about 1 minute, then carefully re- sheets with wide spatula. Turn upside or several straight-sided glasses which or napkins. removing from rolling pin. Sift a small flat bowl. To "frost" carefully Cookie into sugar. I Is,re ,,, o. 3 I T-SHIRTS- 3/2.25 White Cotton Reg. 3/2.69 RUIT 0F THE ,OM BOYS' )) ILTSIZES 2 to 16 BRIEFS 3 / $ 2 White Cotton Reg. 3/2,49 SAVE UP TO 72˘ WEATHER BEATERS Waterproof P.V.C. vinyl with rayon linin& Snap front & pockets. Corduroy edged hood. s. 476 4 to 14 • Great colors! I,o- I SCHOOL I / I / 1 SUEDE CASUALS REG. 4.99 3.98 LADLES' SI.ACKS 100% Polyester jacquard flared slacks with elastic waist. Sizes 10 to 18 3.99 TOTE BAGS: PERFECT FOR SO 2/$1 /