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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16 - January 22, 1998 - 43 Seven graduate from cardiac training course The 1997 graduates of the Res- piratory Care Technology at the Owens Campus of Delaware Technical & Community College completed the Advanced Cardiac Life Support course. The specialty training course was coordinated by Amy Thomas, program instructor, and presented by personnel from Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. The certificate of completion, which must be updated every two years, enables the participants to work in hospital "critical care" and "code" situations and is often a condition of employment. The seven graduates were the first in the history of Respiratory Care program to take and pass the certification prior to their college graduation. The two-day course now will be a requirement for graduation from the Delaware Tech program. Jefferson School students learn Spanish "Hablo gspanol" (I speak Spanish) is something that all children at the Jefferson School can say with pride and hon- esty. Beginning with the three- and four-year-old preschool- ers, every class gets regular Spanish instruction. This prac- tice is in keeping with the developmentally appropriate ap- proach used by the school. Research has shown that children who receive foreign language instruction at a very early age are far more apt to become fluent in a second language than those whose initial instruction begins in their adolescent years. Through the process of learning to speak the language and having many active experiences with it, the students have come to understand and appreciate a different culture, and have fun at the same time. Shown above is teacher Cindy Beers and (l-r) Chris Colpo, Asim Ahmed, Jesse Rowe, Mattock Calahan and Megan ODonnell. In another class, below, Beers teaches (l-r, front row) Aman- da Boyer, Alyssa Franz, Grace Naylor;, back row: Julie Croce, Dana Rader, Asad Ahmed and Truman Mason. (Not shown is Richard Atkins.) ,.Gigantic 1 M ovi ng Sa le tarts January 17th IDS" TCH GREAT BUY5 ON" DISCONTINUED TOY5 .OVER STOCKS MINOR DEFECTIVES & SAMPLE5 WINTER CLOTHING 33 - 50 % OFFi OPEN EVERY DAY Mon - Sat. 10-5 Sun. 11-4 SDALL offers spring The newly issued spring.semes- ter catalogue of the Academy of Lifelong Learning contains de- scriptions of classes never offered before to academy members. The new semester begins on Feb. 3. One of these courses is on Gilbert and Sullivan operettas: their relationship, the American theft of their intellectual property; how Gilbert offended Queen Vic- toria, and her revenge; and other observations on this multifaceted topic. Academy member Nell Walker will be the teacher. China will be the focus of a course taught by Dorothy Dan- neger, who recently returned from a trip to Asia. She will explore the role China will play in the 21st century, its ancient culture, its huge population and its changing mix of state of market economy, as well as its environmental im- pact in its rush to modernize the country. John F. Bochnowski will de- scribe the major conflicts between courses the U. S. government, its citizens and the Aerican Indian within the economic, political and social milieu of the 19th century in a course titled "American Indian Wars of the United States." The president of the Academy, Howard Maxwell, will lead an overview of the presidency in the 20th century and the growth of the United States as a world power. These courses and many others are available to the 200-plus members of the academy for the 10-week spring semester begin- ning Feb. 3 and ending April 9. Members must be at least 50 years old. The cost for each semester for unlimited course selection is $70; a modest scholarship program is in place. More information and a copy of the academy's catalog can be obtained by calling 645-4111. The Academy of Lifelong Learn- ing is a part of the University of Delaware's Continuing.Education Program. WOMAN'S ENCOUNTER II "Woman Where Art Thou ?" THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY 22, 1998 7:00 P.M. Epworth Fellowship Church, Laurel, Delaware A New Ministry To Women "" PRAYER" PRAISE HEALING" TEACHING DELIVERANCE THE WORD Nursery Service Provided For information call: 302-945-4377 -302-875-2625 302-227-8598 A Ministry Of.. Come Expecting! Come Experiencing A New Refreshing in Body- Soul and Spirit! , ,: ; , , ,"