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MR Lee&apos;s Psychology Classes, At Jeffemon High Entertain Children + 15-20 teenagers mi Morgan County is also a special night to entertain project volunteer and travels to :appeal children is Martinsburg for the evening • But when they sessions. do so, then that is The project is designed for is with the youth handicapped children and their classes sihlings up to age three, whose High School. parents are members of the No.  Eastern Panhandle Parents, of tor, W. Va. i Exceptional Children of Welfare, started! Association, or for those parents op" a handicapped who have children at Pikeside night to provide! school Portunity to have a J Serving as resource people g out ! and consultants in this pro'ect :ferson J . youth, some of are Mrs Lynn Reichard and Shown ' 4 ." , m the above l Mrs. Prmcilla Horner, Pikeside mr e equipped with I School teachers, and Mrs. Joan : r, games and toys l Willard learnin disabilities L ln e youngsters and i specialist' Berkele Co. Board of ',, through with the Education. 1.') r interest, con-! Information about this ;ptn, _and obvious j project, may be had by calling ,=;. :,, me project is l Mrs. Bartles 267-2966 in Mar- =raying', Mrs. barties tinsburg at 615 W. King St. In r,_ Berkeley Springs, 258-1250 and in • 'unnne Cordwell of Charles Town 725-3464. ....________ .=rwise Year 1977 Few Departures W. LLOYD, SR. Precipitation-wise, after a dry enjoy delving winter, and a very dry May, the statistics and year ended with a precipitation departures from total of 38.75 inches, which is just it a little under two and a half that are inches above long-term yearly which were averages. A very wet October, the statistical November and December, Charles Town, overcame a thirty percent - ..Was closed on New deficiency that existed on September 1st. This is favorable season was cold, agricultural-wise. generally remem- The hottest month was July, in month of January which themercury soared above since 1918. 100 degrees on three days, the AUCTIONEER Danvin K. Plumlee • RL 1 Hedgesville W. Va. 25427 Ph. 754.8874 or 263.5651 CALL  FOR, MIX Handle AN Concrete Profosshmllv RTS • PATIOS • DRIVEWAYS ALKs • BASEMENT FLOORS FINISHING TURF CONCRETE PRODUCTS of Turf Enterprises or 725. 9233 - Charles Town first time in 11 years that the 100 mark has been reached. The coldest reading occurred in January with the lowest recording of 8 degrees below zero on January 17. The mercury failed to rise above the freezing mark on 23 days during that month. The total snowfall during 1977 totalled 18 inches, which is much below the 29 inch, yearly average, based on the past 20 years. Heavy frost during the fall season was about 3 weeks later than yearly average dates. There were no severe summer thunderstorms, although high winds prevailed on several occasions, chiefly 53 mile winds ! on April 5, and gusts up to 60 miles per hour on May 8. The months were rated for purposes of climatological studies as follows: January colder than average; February normal; March, warmer; April, warmer; May, warmer; June, normal; July, warmer; August, warmer; September, normal; October, cooler; November, warmer and December, coloder. AlL figures based onthe specific location of Charles Town. The summer provided 42 days on which the temperature reading were 90 degrees or over. The usual expectation of days above 90 during the last 5 years, has been only 22 occasions. LEETOWN Mrs. Ruth Locke Mr. and Mrs. Gregg VanCamp and son of Morgantown, spent part of the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Snyder of Martinsburg were dinner guests on Christmas day of the Flemings. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Feagans, Airport Road, called on Mrs. J. S. Locke on Saturday. Mr. Marion Blue and Mrs. Gene Satarliper have been on the sick list. i Mrs. Warren Collis and co- :hostess, Mrs. James H, Locke, I had a luncheon miscellaneous t shower for Tracey Blue Dilley on Wednesday, at the Collis home. About 25 people attended. The i bostess served chicken salad, !rolls, cheese, pickles, dips, [ cakes, and cookies, with coffee [ and punch. - [ Kevin and David wilson, I Charles Town, spent Thursday I with their aunt, Mrs. Millard ' Edwards. On Thursday, Mrs. C. E. Dunbar entertained to dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Collis Dunbar and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Bullock and sons. Miss Cindy Hannas, Rich- mond, Va., spent part of the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Harmas. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hannas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown, Richmond, Va., on Christmas day. Mr. Lyle Moler spent Tuesday with his school mate, Jim Locke. Michael Kisner, Middleway, spent three days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis. Mrs. C. E. Dunbar and Mrs. Lester Henry called on Mrs. Wanda Ring on Wednesday in Middleway, Mrs. Ring is home from the Winchester hospital and improving satisfactorily. Mrs. ias Locke and Mrs. Millard Edwards visited Carl Hill, City Hospital on Wed- ,nesday. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wilson on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Hammond Herb Hammond, Shippensburg, Pa.; Mrs. Beatrice Moreland. Angelica Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilson and son SCott. Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. William Lee and daughter Tiffany, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs, Charles Town and Mrs. Ruth Moreland. Mrs. Ruth Moreland and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee spent Wed- nesday in Luray, Va., visiting relatives. . Mike Blue, Shenandoah Junction, visited Cliff Starliper on Friday ngiht. Dr. Billy Ray Dunn Named To Economic Education Council Shepherd College Director of Teacher Education Dr. Billy Ray Dunn has been appointed as a member of the reorganized West Virginia Council on Economic Education. He will represent the field of education on the council's board of trustees. Notification of the ap- pointment came from C. Ken- neth Murray, Executive Director, W. Va. Council on Economic Education, with a letter of congratulations signed by W. Va. Gov. John D. Rockefeller, IV. In his letter, Gov. Rockefeller states the mission of the council as being the creation of a system for helping teachers to more adequately integrate the study of our American economic system in to the classrooms. The Gov. also said that the rapid rate of change in the American way of life requires a fundamental understanding of basic economic concepts, particularly since 18- year-Girls now have the right to vorw and need economic reasoning abllity.' The appointment of Dr. Dunn is for a two-year period.. A council meeting has been called for Feb. 8 at the Charleston House Holiday Inn, with Charles F. Baird, president of Inco, Limited, as speaker. The W. Va. Council is one of 49 state councils affiliated with the Joint Council on Economic Education. Pollution Mabel: "I'm afraid we just violated the anti-litter ordi. 1"lance." Jane: "How come?" Mable: "Our dog just had pups." COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. 1% ON ALL HEATING OIL DELIVERIES IF PAID WITHIN 10 DAYS FROM DATE of DELIVERY MAIN OFFICE WILL BE OPEN ON SATURDAYS FROM 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM For Your Convenience During the Winter Months COMMUNITY OIL CO., Inc. TELEPHONE: 725.7021 Gid Scouts r Given New Office Site By Irtiburg Realtor The Girl Scouts of Shawnee Council have received a special Christmas gift from R. E Lutz, Martinsburg realtor. Mr. Lutz has donated approximately 2/2 acres of land as the site for a new Girl Scout service center. Plans call for a new office building to be built on the land which is located along Interstate 81, adjacent to the Holiday Inn near Martinsburg. The Girl Scouts hope to begin construction in the spring. In making the presentation, Mr. Lutz commented, "I am delighted to make this gift to the Girl Scouts. They are a great group and one that we all need in our community". Shelda W. Longerbeam, President of Shawnee Girl Scout Council expressed the Council's appreciation for his generosity and said that the Girl Scouts are looking forward to providing SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE ] _ THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 19"/8 . v fqlf omCl lmnflMulcl Vl€  t  lnll am6 n m m     m    • ' ; There's Still Time: [ For You To Begin Financing Your [ 1978 Christmas. Shopping Expense ] List Now With A l | 1978 Christmas Club Now At The Blakeley Bank & Trust Co. t | I | | | tom°reareaefficientscoutsSUpp°rt from theServiCeSnew  ltmt  ,ttt  ,  | office.  YOU MAKE THE FIRST 49 PAYMENTS ! Shawnee Council serves 16 [ counties in W. Va., Maryland, | AND WE GIVE YOU t 1 Virginia and Penn• Girl Scouts are a United Way agency. [ltmtt,  i| Lettm To '[he Editor 50th Payment FREE [ So Y (:..,.i, 1 Christmas is past. Probably Madalyntherey°u willsee,MurravneVerby nextbeo,Hare,an°ther'December,who for The Next (,hri?tmas Shopping Spree. succeeded in +getting Bible There Are a Varnelv of Christnms Club reading and prayer banned in i the schools, and who protested Plan Available for You To Select From. depicting of the Nativity scene at  our capital, will have succeeded . l:t<+++;;;i I ' nmtr+: :=+++ in making it illegal even to speak |?' [-!+Q'll:dl*+i" -- ! L!.+ . ,+ -++++ of the Holy Family in the [il,.+.m,+  'I "k.: privacy of your home. '+ ,+u +''+* "; And, according to Steve !:.;iU!+,!+,  =K-;k=-L''=  Symms, R.-ldaho, the federal ae    C • BANK AND TlUST COlkPAITY, I bureaucracies are planning to crack down on Santa Claus because of violations of their regulations. For instance, the CAB accuses him of operating a flying sleigh without certification, violating the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938. He has a monopoly on air mail delivery of toys. 'He competes. with the postal service which can't stand competition'. He violates the .Fair Labor • Standard aCt by failing to pay his elves the minimum wage. 'Better have them unemployed and on welfare than to have them paid less than a govern- men set minimum wage'. He violates EPA standards -- he has no emission control on his reindeer. He violates OSHA regulations. 'His elves are 7 inches tall; OSHA requires a guard rail 36 inches high'. He passes out candy canes not approved by FDA, 'A Canadian rat ate 968 dozen candy canes a day for 178,e months and developed bladder cancer. To protect that rat children can't have candy canes'. He ignored the orders of the Equap Employment Op- pertunity Commission and the Civil Rights Act of t964 and did not have a quota system based on your know what. 'He won't set up an affirmative action program to hire a black female giant with Chinese ancestors and a Spanish surname'. He gave toys not approved by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. 'Despite a costly federal study about children falling off them, he gave a tricycle to a child ! ! ! !' He didn't declare as income the cookies and milk children put out for him. 'Oh, he is in trouble, and with IRS yet.' Mr. Symms mentions other violations but from the above you can see that the bureaucrats are throwing the book at Santa and that they will win. You have a year to prepare your children for a world without • Member Federal RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA 25438 304--795-70| 4. 1 eserve S'¢$lem " " I Christmas. Is it only the children who will be affected by the crackdown? Is Santa the only one who loses freedom, because of .the regulations proclaimed by the appointed heads of over 300 federal bureaucracies? You know, of course, that he is not. Their regules and regulations penetrate every part of our lives and each one takes a little of our freedom from us. It's not only bussinessmen who are affected by OSHA -- em- ployees are affected when an OSHA regulation shuts down the place where they work. Everyone is affected when industry is forced to use more energy to meet pollution control requirements - and by the Federal Water Control Act, and by the EPA ukase called the "Levels Document" and on and on. Under the pretense of giving humans a clean, quiet, unspoiled environment, federal agencies and bureaus and armies of environmentalists in and out of government are promoting anti- human regulations that block all progress and development. And they will continue to do so until they have complete control of every facet of your life -- unless you stop them. Lela Gardner • C.W. Theatre Charles Town. W.Va. 725-5212 NOW thru SATUIDAY Ron Iloward it) "GRAND THIEF AUTO" Wk Dqnys 7,9 SAT. 2-7.9 |1 SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY "DAMNATION ALLEY" Wk. Days 7- 9 (PG) SUNDAY 2.7.9 13048Zb hlg SPLIT RAIL FENCE W WEES nepnercllow+ W Ya E O W I I I I Illll PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON At a session of the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 22nd day of December, 1977. CASE NO. 9157 TOWN OF ttARPERS FERRY Tariff filing to change monthly billing to hi-monthly billing. WtIEREAS, on November 7, 1977, the Town of Harpers Ferry, a municipal corporation, filed a revised tariff pur- suant to Rule 22 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations For The Government of The Construction and Filing of Tariffs of Public Utilities to allow the Town of Harpers Ferry to have the option of billing its customers on either a monthly or bi-monthly basis. Said tariff revision was published on November 3 and November I0, 1977, and proof of such . publication was sent to the Commission. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that the applicant, Town of Harpers Ferry, give notice of the filing of the aforesaid application by publishing a copy of this order once in a newspaper published and of general circulation in Jefferson County, making due return thereof to the Commission. Anyone desiring to make objection to said application should do so, in writing, by filing the same at the Public Service Commission at its office in the Capitol in the City of Charleston within ten '10' days after the date of publication of said notice. If no protests are received, the Commission may grant the authority applied for without a hearing. A COPY. TESTE: Freeda P, Jones Acting Secretary Jan. 5-11 II II I IIIII I I I II IIII There Must Be A Reason f ! i!; %.• More People00 Advertised In The ..... Last Year Than Ever Before Out Why-- Subscribe Today. - CALL 725. 2046 or 725 -2047