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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,1978 i ON POSTAL SERVICE The Postal Service is facing conflicting results from a series of national polls de- signed to show if the public really wants to continue get- ting mail on Saturady. NOTICE OF " SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE In execution of a certain deed of trust dated April 15, 1974, to Lee Bushong, as Trustee, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book 373 at page 413, default having been made in the payment of the debit therein secured, and being required by the beneficiary so to do, the undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at Public Auction, at the 'lanning bommission Given More Time Appeal ;ub-Division Court Ruling The Jefferson County Plan- Rang Commission has been given another 90 days in which to appeal a Jefferson County Circuit Court decision in which Circuit Court Judge Vance E. Sencindiver ordered the Plan- Rang Commission to approve plans for a big sub-division to he known as Patrick Henry Estates and located on land adjoining the Charles Town Shopping Plaza on U.S. Route 340, East of Charles Town. front door of the Court House in Last month Judge Sencindiver Charles Town, West Virginia on directed the Planning Com- Friday, March 17, 1978, at t0:00 mission to approve the sub- A.M., E.S.T., all that certain division plans, but Thursday. tract 'or parcels' of land situated January 19, Judge Sencindiver on Cave Road in Jefferson approved a request of the County, West Virginia, described with reference to plat of Charles R. Atherton, dated 9- 37-68, attached to deed from Walter Lewis Nails et al. to Carl T.Dreigus et al. dated January 4, 1969, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County in Deed Book 302 at page Commission for a 90-day ex- tension of the order to give them time to make an appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. Judge Sencindiver had or- dered members of the Planning Commission to appear before him last Thursday to explain 356, as follows, to-wit: why it had not reversed its FIRST PARCEL: "Beginning decision on not approving the ..at a point in the center line of plans of the sub-division as he Cave Road 'West Virginia Secondary State Route No. 36' had ordered through a writ of common corner with Pringle Mandamus. Charles Town Attorney Peter and Ailara; thence N. 67 degrees Chakmakian, representing the 37' E a distance of 10.8 feet to a Planning Commission, made a point near a corner post in the request Thursday of Judge line of Pringle; thence by lands Sencindiver for a stay of the of Pringle, following the existing court order, explaining the fence line, the following two Commission had decided to courses and distances: N. 35 degrees 30' E. a distance of 316.6 appeal the order. Judge Sencindiver told Chak- feet, and S. 58 degrees Off E. a makian he would stay the order distance of 173.5 feet to a corner until February 15, the deadline post; thence by a new line, new set for the Planning Commission made a boundary to the Dreifus to Post a $1,000.00 bond. reserved lands, S. 23 degrees 40' The Patrick Henry Estates W. a distance of 410.8 feet to a plans for the sub-division have point in the center line of the been under discussion by either Cave Road aforesaid thence by the Planning Commission and or the center line of said Cave Road Ufe insurance forlhe life of your mortgage. Nationwide,hs a plan that can help take care of you( mortgage payments if you should die. Call today. ii: i aforesaid the following two courses and distances: N. 41 degrees 43' W. a distance of 248.4 feet to a point, and N. 27 degrees 25' W. a distance of 23.5 feet to the point of beginning; con- taimng a total of 1.78 acres more or less"; and also, SECOND PARCEL: "Beginning at a pOst in the northern or. northeasbprn line of Cave Road known as iRoute No. 36, which said post lies about 11 feet from the center of said Cave Road and is in the easternmost line of the 1.78 acre tract hereinbefore mentioned, which line is shown on the Athertou plat of 9-27-68 attached to said deed; thence with the original easternmost line of said 1.78 acre parcel, reversing said line N. 23 degrees 40' E. about 250 feet to the intersection of a new fence erected' by mutual agreement of the parties; thence following such a new fence a generally southeasterly direction about 17 feet to a new corner post; thence continuing with a new fence in a generally southwesternly direction to the point or place of beginning"; 'assumed to contain ap- proximately % of an acre'; Said two parcels being now improved, and fenced as one contiguous property, and being the same conveyed by deed from Mae C. Driefus, widow, dated February 13, 1971, recorded in said Clerk's Office in Deed BOok DOMINICK "WelIJ" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Agent PH.= 728-5814 - 725.8338  NATIONWl0E INSURANCE NllttOewvlde **  yosw Natmnw*de Lde *nsulanc* Complny e ol,ce Columbus 0o LICENSE-TITLE L NOTARY SERVICE 325 at page 016, subject only to  " .- . ,:Ii obligations to maintain fencing, ,q. and encroachment, if any, of  ',nod.,!e ,  ...... ',oh said Cave Road. " ' '  The undersigned qualified as "., ........... substitute Trustee in the place ,., .... and stead of said Lee Bushong, when nothing else is good e6ough : [] Perfect.Granite [] Superb Craftsmanship [] Custom Design Service El Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That's what ,sakes u' the most tru ted nam in memariah Martinsburg Granite Works .,i i .I09 W. John Street DIAL 267 -6141 MMinsbur& W. Va. Trustee, new deceased, by an Order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia entered on the 17th day of January, 1978. Terms will be as follows: One-third cash on day of sale, balance in two equal in- stallmenis, evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, bearing even date with day of sale, payable on or before one and two years after date respectively, hearing interest from date at six '6' percent per annum, secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, and assignment of fire insurance in a reasonable amount upon the buildings thereon, if any, with the privilege to the purchaser of paying all cash on day of sale or increasing the cash payment as he may desire. Any sale hereunder may be adjoined by the Trustee from time to time as he may deed advisable in his discretion, and no additional advertising shall be required except the publication once of the original advertisement with notice of such adjournment appended thereto. Said property is improved by a very attractive residence. Roger J. Perry, Trustee Jan. 26-e ill I Ill I I I - - FREE ... J CUSTOMER PARKING the Circuit Court for nearly two years. Originally it was proposed as a 495-mobile home park and when the Planning Commission turned that down, the planners, R. M. Singer and Associates of Pikesville, Md., changed their plans and proposed to construct 295 homes on the some 80 acres of land. In ordering the Planning Commission to approve the present plans of Patrick Henry Estates for the sub-division, Judge Sencindiver said the Planning Commission did not have the legal authority to reject the development in-as-much as there is no county-wide zoning and there is nothing in the existing land use regulations of the County's Planning program to prohibit such a development. SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen I Mrs. Winifred Teggie was the hostess for an elegant dinner party at her German Street home on Saturday, January 21. Among those attending were Mrs. Teggie's daughters, Carol and Laura, Mrs. Margaret Towles, Mrs. Caroline Lan- dreau, Mrs. Rachael Hafer, Mrs. Lucy Woods, Mrs. Janet Hansen, Mrs. Melinda Willmore: Mrs. Quenith Jannsen, Mr. Ted Towles, Mrs. William Fernbach, Mr. Thomas Crellin, Mr. John Landreau, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith DuBOis, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Didden, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tucker, and Col. and Mrs. Richard Stockstill. Mrs. Gerri Maddex was honored with a luncheon on 'I;hursday, January 19, given by Mrs. Earl Henderson, at the home of Mrs. Ruth Tucker. The Shepherdstown Men's Club recently elected officers and new additions to the Board of Directors for 1978. The officers for 1978 are: president, Aaron Browning; vice president, Bruce Begolg; secretary, Donald Patterson; treasurer, Redwood Binns; and foundation treasurer, Cletus Lowe. Four new members elected to the Board are: Bruce Begole, Aaron Browning, Clarence KeFauver and James VanEvera. Members previously elected and continuing on the Board are John Boasley, J. Wm. Gan- naway, J. Lester Link, Guy Moler, and Henry Snyder. The Men's Club welcomes the use of both the War Memorial Building and Morgan's Grove Park by groups and organizations. Ap- plications for reservation'of facilities should be made well in advance of the need, addressed to Mr. James VanEvera, chairman of the Building and Park Committee, Rt. 1, Shepherdstown, or 1176-6390. Mrs. Martha Jean Shumate, director of the Shepherdstown Senior Center, wishes it known that the Jefferson County Committee on Aging employs a handyman-carpenter who is available to help the Senior Citizens of Shepherdstown and Jefferson County with residential repairs and main- tenance of their homes. For more information, please call Mrs. Shumate, 876-2245. The Jefferson County Committee on Aging is also taking applications for a government funded win- terization program to help in- sulate homes of low income , , ii - i VIRGINIA OUT OF ORDER is one of the most annoying but popular signs of the times. One can take just so much of the malfunction of modern day electronics and then either scream or reach for a sledge hammer. It isn't so bad to lose a dime in a pay telephone but to try three 'garage, seven- eleven and restaurant' and not one works forces you to Wonder why. Have you ever wonderec what happens to all of the dimes lost in pay telephones. On my way to Florida I have had some very interesting Outof Orders. First it was the hot air hand dryer in the rest room and of course no paper towels were provided for a back-up. Next came a gasoline stop not really needed but the restroom was urgent. A sign on the door read OUT OF ORDER. In my first motel, a large Holiday Inn, I went to four ice machines before I found one that had ice. At the same place there were four soft drink dispensers three of which had signs "Out of Order" and the one working had nothing but Mountain Dew. Several of the newspaper machines have taken my money when they were empty of papers. True, the front glass is there for you to see if papers are available but when it is still blocked with yesterday's paper, what do you do? You lose 15 cents, that's what! We have all tried stamp machines that did residents of the county. For more information, call Mrs. Lee Small, JCAA Project Director, 725-4044. Anyone with news of meetings, social events, or activities, please call Janet Hansen, 876- 2672. KABLETOWN Mrs. Marlanna Smailwood Jk Henry W. Block How like in Whittier's poem, "Snow Bound", We Look Upon A World Unknown", following the snowstorms of last week. Traffic business and visiting were at low ebb. After 7 p.m., the local store became a Civic Center to those who braved the elements to take part in conversatim and tales of otheryears. We're glad to relkt that the flu seems to have come tea climax. Mervin Roderick who was stricken with Bell's Palsy along with the flu, is somewhat better but is still under the care of Dr. Cox Baltimore, Md. He is at his home. Mr. Stephen Cloud, St., returned to his home in Rippon, following hospitalization due to slight stroke. He was a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Connie Sue Danner expects to return home this week following surgery in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Alvin Jenkins submitted to surgery last week in ,the same institution and is convalescing satisfactorily. Local Church School and worship service were cancelled this past Sunday. How many remember when several churches of Jefferson Circuit in the past were closed from Christmas until Easter? This was prior to 1919. Eddie Hough and several members of his family are now able to be out following the flu. Eddie Ware, enroute to his home after a business trip to Roanoke, Va., spent several days at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. E. Ware. Tommy McDonald, of Summit Point, came for his mother, Mrs. Chas McDonald to take her to his home where Mrs. T. McDonald served a birthday dinner in honor of Tommy's natal an- "We can find ways NOTICE nw:1:iir?Ni00ilan.iItt00kes0000 gl.7Cia: FAIRWAY CLEAN quarters and wouldn't it be my luck to get there when the sign read, "OUT OF ORDER, An Attendant Will Help You". He, of course, expects to keep the extra quarter from two dollar bills. Where I ate breakfast, the music machine 'at each booth' was marked Out of Order, and the man behind me complained about the cigarette machine not working. Is this not symbolic of something important. The strike by coal miners in West Virginia is big news in Naples and newscasters are implying that negotiations may be "Out of Order", that is, negotiations no longer work. Since the nation needs energy more than ever before and since the miners and their families need health and welfare benefits, how soon should the government step in and take over. As consumers, we know that government operation is the most expensive type and instead of reduced utility bills we may he facing much higher costs. Coal is the biggest producer of tax revenue for our state. The loss of this revenue is an ad- ditional burden even to those of us in Jefferson County where there are no mines. Too much is OUT OF ORDER. The consumer has a right to be upset. mversary. This was an en- joyable occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor and family of Adamstown, Md., were Sunday visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor, Avonwood Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hill, Andrea and Jennifer, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank Hill, Shady Acres, on Sunday. Dickie and Sue Ellen Mc- Donald, their children Andy and Teresa, of near Winchester, were Sunday visitors of her father, Mr. Howard O. Bush. Wayne Rouss of Berryville, spent the past week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brooke, St. The little fellow was indisposed with the /lp while here. . We are glad to repor(that Mr. Bernard Knott, who submitted to major surgery recently in the Washington County Hospital in. Hagerstown, is convalescing satisfactorily at his home. South Jeffemn Chairmen Named Rudtan Committee The January meeting of the South Jefferson Ruritan Club was a luncheon and business gathering at the United Methodist Church in Middleway. And one of the features of the business meeting was the naming of the following com- mittee chairman: Dave Spunich, programs; Charles Jenkins, objectives; Ed Saville, human development; Emmett Boyd, Sr., transportation; Skinner Poston, business and professions; Danny Lutz, citizenship and patriotism; Doug Stolipher, fellowship and public service; Charles Jenkins, finance; Bob McCormick, social concerns; Charles Adams, agriculture; Charles Rocheleau, environment; and Paul Chap- man, buildings and main- tenance. The club also decided that due to the theft of two deep fryers If You Have Electrical Problems Call Us Located at 208 N.George St. - Charles Town REMAINS OPEN FOR BUSI But under New Ownership & Management Same Quality Cleaning Service Wil Provided as in the Past. We will make every effort to give highest quality cleaning and service along with Special Attentior all details. Tentative Operating Hours Are: Weekdays: Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays: 8 a.m. tir I p.m. County Has. Received $50,423 In Race Track hxes Past Six Months; More Than Expected When the Jefferson County Commission made up its annual budget for the fiscal year July 1, 1977 - June 30,1978, it anticipated it would receive $90,000.00 in tax revenue from the operations of the two Charles Town race tracks. Last Thursday, the Com- mission was told by David Ash, Administrative Assistant for the Commission, that during the period of July I, 1977 through December 31, the county had received a total of $50,432.00 from the betting dollar at the Charles Town Turf Club and Shenandoah Downs tracks. And this is slightly more than had been expected. During the first fiscal year, the county received tax monies from the race track operations, a sum of about $100,000.00 was from a recent breaking and entering at the building at the Jefferson County Fair Grounds, that all items of value would he removed from the building until the time comes when they are to be used again. '00ildren 0000jwhere" received. But for this year's budget, the County estimated neuro-muscular pushing for method of on Paviov's ditioned reflexes labor and birtla Classes prepare conscious, experience. For more the tax receipts would be down contact Mrs. somewhat because of the State 725-6502 ext. 2458 of Maryland's plans to close the and at 725-9458 Sandy Hook bridge for some three months for repairs. Thus the County budgeted only $90,000.00 in revenue from this cou rse. I With racing having been I suspended, for a number of days recently, due to the weather, and with Maryland State Road of- ficials now saying the Sandy! Hook bridge may be closed for a  time for repairs this Spring, in all likelihood, the racing revenue will drop some in the second half of this fiscal year, it was stated. Ash said all tax monies received from the race track operations go into the county's general fund. each Saturday morning at 11 a.m. in the Children's Room of the library. Prepare Childbi00 Classes, To Be Had At Schiwal Home Theme ForStmyTimes Prepared childbirth classes will begin a new series for ex- -,--v- ,,,----,,'-,,,,-.,j-h'herdenw"i;hr"" poctant parents whose babies "Children Everywhere", is the theme for a series of storm times sponsored by the Shepherdstown Public Library and which was to have been started Saturday, January 21, at the library. This series will continue for eight weeks and will feature stories, games, and crafts of other lands. Countries being featured are Australia, January 21; Japan, January 28; Israel, February 4; Puerto Rico, February 11; Russia, February 111; East Africa, February 25; Portugal, March 4 and China, March 11. Story Hour is held the tax laws can MAGAHA, Inc. save you money." Spedaiking in Commercial & Industdal "it's how you at things!" We are income tax spedalists. We ask the right questions. We dig for every honest deduction and credit. We want to leave no stone unturned to make sure you pay the smallest legitimate tax. That's Reason No. 1 why we should do your taxes. HsR BLOCK* THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Wiring & Service Stocking many Brands Namos of: Eiectdcal Devices-& equipment Flourescent & lncadescont Lamps Water Heater olements & Electdc Heaters And Many Popular Types & Sizes. of Wire Dial 725. 5516 MAGAHA, Inc. North George St, - Ranson, W. Va. are due in March, April and May. Classes will he taught to a small group of parents in the home of Mrs. Phyllis Schiwal, Ranson. Discussions of the physiological and emotional aspects of normal labor and delivery are held. Couples are trained in breathing techniques , x SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.VA. not the surance coln represent prompt and loss claims. Insurance and Washington, Cooke Agency local agent. Washin NOW FEATURING ROAST VENISON MARINATED RABBIT ROAST Oil BROOK ANDOUR ILAR INCLUDING ( WIENER EL SAUERBRATEN BROILED AND MORE... Serving your favorite Dinin Sat. 4.10 p.m., Sun. Rathskeller Club hours, 6 Closed Monday Foe r from Savarm AMERICAN BANK AMERIcARD [ C