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I The G]eu~4Ue Democrat/Pathfinder December 25, 1975 :: 2 Who really enjoys Christmas as , much as children? It is the season that is made for them. Children are the recipients of many presents and surprises during the Christmas Holiday and those in school are given up to two weeks off to enjoy themselves. Some of the greatest memories parents can cherish are the faces of their little ones on Christmas morning as all the presents are opened and the children at the Interagency Council for Child Development may enjoy the season a little more. The child care center on Main Street, Glenville has been decorated with many Christmas reminders and the children there made the decorations by themselves! Many pictures of Santa Claus and other Christmas symbols hang on the walls of the center. The children made decorations to hang on their Christmas tree and have been taught to make other seasonal crafts by their teachers. The faces of the 16 or so children that are cared for at the center, glow with Christmas joy and happiness. They are read Christmas stories and had a" party last Tuesday with a surprise visit from Santa Claus. Christmas is truly a time for children. After all. it was a baby boy hem on Dec. 25 who started all of us celebrating this joyous season in the first place. Some of the Day Care Center children pose by tree they decorated. -State Board of Education The Secretary of State, James R, i~i~McCartuey, who is also Chairman of ~the West Virginia State Advisory on Vocational Education, the council's Sixth Annual with members of the State of Education today. McCartney pointed out that over 50% of the secondary students in West Virginia's public schools are now Saddles Bridles Reins I I enrolled in vocational education. He stated, "In the next few years needy 80% of the secondary students will be enrolled in vocational education programs." McCartney detailed eight critical problems that the vocational council feels the state will have to face in the near future: diversification of employ- ment, new industry training, declining DAWSON Tack & Supply All Horse Care Products Available. At Dawson Farm - 462-7119 I I III II l Horse Blanket Halter Horse Shoes I MOBILE Rt. 33-119 - 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience Open Weekdays 8:00 - 7:30 Phone 26 1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association agricultural production, manpower and mining opportunities, housing, dropouts, duplication of postsecondary programs and white-cellar unions. McCartney stated that this year's vocational evaluation report made five specific recommendations to the State Board of Education. First, that adequate labor data be made available to make an objective State Plan for "Secondly," he added. "we would like to see new equipment to replace worn or outdated vocational equip- ment. It is estimated that 1.1 million dollars will be necessary to replace worn equipment in the state's vocational centers." McCartney concluded by com- mending the State Board of Education and the Bureau of Vocational, Vocational Education; second, that an Technical and Adult Education for increase in Career Education funding their efforts in providing quality be used in an exploration phase at the vocational education opportunities for ninth and tenth grade levels; third, the citizens of West Virginia. that additional vocational guidance directors and full-time placement coordinators be employed in every vocational center or comprehensive high school; fourth, that the State Board of Education and the West Virginia of Regents wo~ together for post-secondary vocation~ opp0r~ties but not to the point duplication; and fifth, that the State Board of Education encourage local effort in publicizing and explaining vocational activities. McCartney also pointed out that the Advisory Council has two continuing concerns: high school dropouts and vocational education equipment replacement. "First," he explained, "we would like to see school dropouts identified at an earlier age and an educational system designed to e~inate or reduce this dropout rate." I byben l Baldwin Home Makers C~ub held their Christmas p~rty Dec. 2 with a covered dish dinner and a gift exchange. They also made plans for their part in the Holiday House Program 'at the Recreation Center. Mrs, Orpha Black is reported resting well after falling in her home. Ruby Jean Bush returned last week after a ten day vacation. She was the house guest of the Lynn Kuhl family in Akron, Ohio and the Harlan James family of Cleveland. Betty Woofter is getting along well at her home after undergoing surgery in a C]arksburg hospital. Madeline Davidson visited her mother, Blanche Jones. last Sunday. In this area about 40 million cubic feet of gas could be saved annually if each home- maker would cut her cooking gas usage by 5% by practicing energy-conscious cooking. I II II I That s enough The natural gas you'll gas to run an save could help save a asphalt plant this winter. employing more than 100 people, straight through the year. So preheat your oven only when necessary. Use lids on pans. Don't use a high flame when a low flame will do. And don't open your oven door unnecessarily: All this could help minimize cutbacks to industry. And that could s/ire jobs this winter. Helping your ne hbor has always been part of America, and a lot of people are counting on you to help save gas this year. In the process, you help yourself, too. Wasted gas costs you money. You can help in a lot of other ways. Lower your thermostat four degrees. . Change furnace filters regularly. Weather- strip your doors. Caulk your windows. Insulate your attic. And send for the gas company brochure on how to save natural gas and money. Write Hope Gas, P.O. Box 2450, Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301. ~Tu~ GAS C0wA.v A mvts~~ r;r CONSO~AT~ c,~s suPPlY co~ ~o~ Cooked vegetables lo~e about one-fourth of their vitamin C after about a day in the refrigerator. 9.'00 to L'O0 I. Absic by i ~/ ~ Children at Day Care Center enjoy ChristmaI Federal tax red yl Customers can expect another one percentage point reduction in the federal excise tax on phone bills in 1976. The tax will drop to six percent January 1, down from 10 percent since 1972. The cut is the fourth in the lO-year scheduled elimination of the tax, provided for by the Excise, Estate, and Gift Tax Adjustment Act of 1970. At a reduction rate of one percentage point a year, the tax will be ted totally in ~me form of fede~'al excise tax has been imposed ~ communications service for most years since 1914. From 1943 Revenue Act rates of 25 percent on local During levied for nues. During for additional discourage lines could emergencies. Several and final the current the tax rate. [PA to register U.S. Senator Jennings Randolph has urged the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to register the pesticide Tordon IO-K in order that $200.000 allocated by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conser- vation Service can be used to eradicate the multifiora rose on West Virginia's pasture and rangelands. The West Virginia "Department of Agriculture advised Randolph that they along with EPA and Dew Chemical Company have carefully monitor~l the pesticide's use. Randolph~ was instrumental in securing an appropriation last year of $.300,000 of cost-sharing funds for the purchase of Tordon 10-K to counter the tro~ublesome weed in West Virginia. He also said that for next year's program over 4,300 farmers have applied for about 509.000 pounds of the pesticide. This year about I in 52 counties program. The cost-sharing The West EPA to grant experimental label for Tordov and rangela~ extensive conducted this Virginia and a report to EPA be safely farmers they receive application meetings were 1,919 people attended. be held next Q - I was recently separated from the Amy under honorable conditions after 20 months of active duty. Could you tell me how many months of GI Bill Education benefits I'll get based on my length of service? A- With 20 months of honorable active duty a veteran would have 36 mon s of conditions there additional Certain courSeS limb, is not OPEN CHRISTMAS w be rated eligible for has lost the service eligibilit~ 'L 1 s,o...0- M d . Tuesday. Thursday. Friday " g iv Wednesday. Saturday - 9 to CHmSTMAS CLOSED WED. DEC. 241 P.M. OPEN DEC. 29 REG. 1 ' 27 PhOne 46 - 939 " .... ,! u I h orized ' " (A I AI,O(, SAi, :ars o.G