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February 9, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 9, 1978

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 1 3 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1918 0000VEST By Dr. James Moler Rockefeller had t specific references to address to the West In fact, specifics he that, "During Year there were 131 for the opening of This is car- related to coal plays in mines Percent over last year earnings for 8.6 percent. major im- afety standards. their by the It isn't hard to nUmber of food for these to know that governor had nUmber of tax ap- from 416 to writer has written mes about the of favoritism in appeals where eve e state money. r Rockefelle: Increase fron in the Commission on trengthen the i he proposed $1.3 i and renovation serve senior of the fifty. to say not The to aged in utility income tax should be applauded. About the most unfortunate of all cir- cumstances these days is to be in the poverty-level elderly class. Minimal fixed incomes will not cope with inflation. Two recommendations related to Health seem to stand out, namely a greatly improved program for treating alcoholism and drug abuse, and he proposed that $5 million he appropriated to build a new hospital at Welch 'McDowell Co.'. This recom- mendation would receive ap- plause from legislators from that coal area but represen- tatives from other areas refer to the fact that most areas build their own hospitals. This no doubt, will be a debatable item. In the area of recreation he proposed the commitment of $2.2 million dollars to develop 200 new community parks and play areas. Divided on one basis, that could mean at least four in Jefferson County. Our parks committee here will be glad for this news. It will be interesting what happens to this proposal and how the monies will be allocated. Much is being said about juvenile justice since the passage of the child abuse bill in 1977. This new budget would provide $1,650,000 to share with counties for facilities to serve as temporary detention places. Putnam County will get a new recreation area if the County Commission comes up with $300,000 to match state funds. Putnam is listed as one of the fastest growing counties. m. 00ickw Candidate Commission Mickey, at "Cloverdaie,, Warren and Jason and has filed as a for the from the Jefferson is the Nicodemus , and the late Calvin L. Nicodemus. After graduating from Charles Town High School and receiving a B.S. degree from WVU in Elementary Education, she started teaching at Charles Town Junior High School. While teaching and counseling, she enrolled in WVU Graduate School and conducted an ex- perimental research project for her master's thesis on the "Effective Use of the Controlled Reader on Slow Learners at Charles Town Junior High School". She acquired a MA degree from WVU in supervision with specialization in the nd ies rob KEFAM FARM COMPLETE DISPERSAL known as Christian Bros. Farm located on miles south of Buckeystown in Frederick Co., ! FRIDAy, FEBRUARY 17, 1978 11..00 A.M. 1:tS HEAD OF HOLSTEINS "" 25 Bred Heifers -- 35 Open Heifers and Calves. Ro"" 25 Registered _ 100 Grades lerdU,,mg. ,HeI Average -- 16,365M 603F • 'marly averages over 50 Ibs. a day , EXCELLENT CONDITION 16,000 to t7,000M 17,000 to 18,000M 18,000 to 20,000M to 22,000M O00 to 24,450M ve e00 to 700F , ve 700 to 800F have 800 to 893F are first calf heifers who are working on good reqmtly fresh. Thirty bead due within 60 days THESE SELL: Colo S-U clipper fresh in January with wi 18,220M, next dam 21,830M. L With twice 600F and her 2 Elevation Forty.niner with 21,000M and 815F, also her with 20,910M 774F and her AI dtr. ,680M 8F and her 2 dtrs. by Jet Stream and 897F bred to Jet Stream, and her 743F with dtrs. by Elevation, Larry, by Jet Stream and Mose Lucky is excellent -- T.B. and Bangs tested, shots for lepto, IBR, etc. bulls including many to Jet Y, Astrolite, Astro Galaxy and AL .levatians; other by Big Apple, Transmitter, King Ivan, Pattern bulls. home raised, nearly all A.I., well grown This is a rare opportunity to buy really work. You'll like the type, the -- Sale under heated tent. N. E. "Ned" Kefauver IH Route 1 Adamstown, Md. Feb. 9-1t teaching of reading and since that time has completed cer- tification in early childhood education. Her work experience also includes being a Reading Specialist in the eight county region of Eastern West Virginia with an office in the Curriculum Improvement Center at Shepherd College. For several summers, she conducted workshops in "Understanding the Migrant Child", which was sponsored by the W. Va. Department of Education. An active member of Asbury U.M. Church, she is a member of the Administrative Board, secretary to the committee on Nominations and Personnel, Director of Vacation Bible School, Key Woman to the Board of Child Care, past president the Frederick District Women's Auxiliary Board of Child Care and currently member of the executive committee. Civic and club affiliations include life member of W. Va. 4- H All-Stars, leader of Biliskin Happy Workers 4-H Club, . member of Jefferson County 4-H Leaders Association, past Matron of Order of Eastern Star No. 128, and first vice-president of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society. m Urged To Use Grain Program Beginning March 1 farmers will no longer have to wait for their t977-erop barley, oats, and wheat loans to mature, or for their purchase agreements to expire, to participate in the grain reserve program, ac- cording to Michael P. Sienkiewicz, Director of the Jefferson County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service ASCS. Secretary of Agriculture Bob Bergland has announced that starting March 1 these 1977 crops may be placed immediately into the grain reserve. Early entry of the 1977- crop corn and sorghum will be announced later, Mike noted. The grain reserve program serves as a new marketing tool for farmers. "Instead of selling their grain at low market prices, farmers can place it in the reserve program, receive storage payments, and wait for prices to increase. By using the reserve to isolate supplies from the marketplace when they are excessive, farmers are helping to get grain prices up", he ad- ded. Joe Caudle To Seek i00kgm Post Again From 35th District JOE CAUDLE Delegate Joe Candle, D-35th District, announced Monday his i candidacy for re-election to the W. Va. House of Delegates from the 25th Delegate District. Candle, a resident of Mar- tinsburg, will also be a candidate for Democratic Executive Committees in the Second Congressional District and at the state level. In two terms in the House of Delegates Caudle has introduced and obtained passage of legislation to establish the legislative toll-free telephone line, nursing home regulation, abolition of the Electoral College, establishment of health maintenance organizations, repeal of the so-called Fair Trade ACt, physician assistants certification and a number of other bills. Candle is a member of the Judiciary Committee, the Health and Welfare Committee and the Committee on Con- stitutional Revision. Under the program, farmers enter 'into a contract with the government for a three-year period, and receive annually, in advance, a storage payment of 20 cents per bushel for wheat, corn, sorghum, and harley, and 15 cents per bushel for oats. Farmers, in return, must agree to hold their grain off the market at least until the price reaches an established level or the contract expires. Farmers with 1976-crop barley, oats and wheat not yet under loan may file a purchase agreement by February 28, 1978, obtain a loan and immediately enter the reserve. The final date to obtain a loan and become eligible to enter the reserve on 1977-crop barley, oats, and wheat is March 31, 1978. General Electric's Very Best, Built-In POTSCRUBBER lr DISHWASHER • Spacious Interior. ,6-Cycle Wash Selections In- cluding Power Scrub o Cycle. , High Temperature Wash & Rinse. • Amazing New PermaTuf ' Interior. • Sound Insulated. MODEL GSD1050 • Dial-A-Level  Upper Rack. • Power Saving Drying Option. • 3-Level Washing Action, • Built-in Soft Food Disposer. • Quiet PermaTuf" Interior. • Oecorator Reversible Color Panels. SUPERTANE SA00S CORP, 116 E. Washington St. Charles Town, W Va. PHONE 725. 2915 THECAR NEW PLYMOUTH HORIZON. Discover a new Horizon. With 'oom for four, front-wheel drive stability, and many other standard items. No wonder it's The Car of theYear! MOTOR TRENO $3706* fEPA mileage estimates, based on Horizon's manual transmission. Your actual mileage may differ depending on your driving habits, your car's condition, and its optional equipment. "Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price excluding taxes and destination charges. i i i i i lIE ii i i • iii iiii i I I II ii i I I I i i OFTHE YEAR:. Volare 2-door, 4-door, or over the past two years now come with up to $663 worth of options like AM radio, digital clock, many others, at $250 off 78 Plymouth Volar6 the sticker price:" What a value! 2-Door Coupe 28/201 J • requires optJohal power steering. IB61 II1 (IPI &Based on EPA estimates for sedan and coupe with 6-cylinder, f-bbl, engine with manual transmission. Your actual mileage may differ depending on your driving habits, the condition of your car and its optional equipment. SPECIAL PLYMOUTH VOLAR! VALUE PACKA6E$. America's No. 1 selling wagon  ....... " ...... i 78 Plymouth Volar 4-Door no,ares shown with Value Bonus Package and optional custom exteriors. INTRODUCING mE NEW PLYMOm FUn OLiN COUPE maaoe, stve $250 This special car offers you $680 worth of options like dual reclining bucket seats, halo vinyl roof, premium wheel covers.., much more.., all for $430!** A savings of $250 off the CORDOBA '$' LeBAROII 'S' sticker price! ([11[  (t r.m f@]Hr • "Fury Gran Coupe Package requires optional V-8 .---1.-"=-U • "I" .'=--']• •! • • eog,oe 00o.ersteer,nganOaotomat,otraosmission I ,,.V.--.  ' I :Manufacturer's Suggested "Manufacturer's Suggested .-- M ' L  . [ Retail Price excluding Retail Price excluding taxes ': .  r € whitewall tires ($48.25), taxes and destination charges. ('HKYSI ER -- , and destination charges. n "  " n ,m'oo o CHRYSLER •  • RP IT $ A gREAT TIM TO BUYAT ₯OUIIt rHRYSLIflt-PLYMOUTII OI00ALEllt$! ALSO SEE THESE OTHER GREAT VALUES AT REGULARLY LOW PRKES... CHRYSLER CHRYSLER CLENDENING MOTORS, INC. 222 N. Mildred St. -- Ranson, W.Va. iiiiii Mike also announced a change i in the farm storage facility loan program that will increase the amount of storage for which reserve program participants may qualify. "Under the change, a farmer will be able to obtain a loan 'for storage structures to store two years' crop production, however, in determining eligibility, existing capacity used to store grain in the reserve program will be ecluded", he said. "Previously, in determining eligibility, all existing facilities were in- cluded . , For more information on the i farmer held reserve program, contact the local ASCS office, at 209 E. Third Ave., Ranson, or call 725-3471. Many Arabs angered at Sadat speech. Parents Of Twins Club Installs New Officers The Shenandoah Valley Parents of Twins Club enjoyed an installation dinner recently at the home of Scott and Susan Bailey, near Berryville, Va. Installed as the 1978 officers were Susan Bailey, president; Kaieen Baker, vice-president; Diane Kava, secretary and Marcia Jackson, treasurer. The SVPOTC was founded in 1973 by Eleanor Kobetz of Winchester and has grown to a club numbering 40 members from Virginia and ' West Virginia. Meeting the first Tuesday of each month, the club FARM SALE I will sell the following machinery and livestock at the N. A. Silver's Farm, on Saturday, February 11, at 11:00 a.m, located between Jones Spring and Shanghai on Rt. 7. From Charles Town Rt. 51 - to Shanghai; turn right I mile on left. Watch for signs. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1978 BEGINNING AT 11.'00 A. M. 87 HEAD CATTLE 87 18 head Holstein Heifers 500 to 900 lbs.; 6 Charolais Heifers 500 to 700 lbs.; 2 Galloway Heifers 500 to 700 lbs.; 29 bead Charolais, most carrying second calf; 12 black w-white face cows; 11 Hereford cows; 7 Angus cows; l Red Angus cow; I Holstein cow. FARM MACHINERY Model 310 Case Crawler w-blade, Case 6O0 tractor w-two row corn picker, Farmall "M" tractor w-mower, two Allis chalmers tractors for parts, McCormick Deering 3 pt. 2 bottom trip plows, Massey Ferguson 4 bottom trip plows, 1 International 3 bottom trip plows, 1 Pittsburgh 3 bottom trip plows, practically new, hay loader, John Deere grain drill 13 bt. TRUCKS AND TRAILERS 1972 Ford, ½ ton Ranger pickup A.T.; t957 Chevy, 2 ton, 2 speed axle, needs engine; 1953 Ford, 12 ft. metal fiat bed dump; 8 x 30 House Trailer, excellent for cabin, storage or workshop; 15 ft. slide in pickup camper; camper top for 8 ft. pickup bed. Auctioneer Note -- No small items to be sold, please arrive on time. Loading Chute available. TERMS: CASH. NOTHING REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. AUCTIONEER: G. Dale Bennett-354-229-8649 CLERKS: Elwood Fry-Gregg Frye LUNCH BY: Glad Tidings Church NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NORMAN A. SILVER'S 754-3461 Feb. 9-1t strives to bring together parents of multiple birth children to exchange helpful hints, air problems and generally broaden their knowledge of child development. It invites speakers such as doctors, dentists and psychologists to provide professional advice on the rearing of multipl. Twice a year, a "Twin Clothing Sale" is held and a roster is kept of available baby furniture and equipment for sale or loan. Annual holiday parties are held for the multiples and their single siblings. The SVPOTC is a member of the National Mothers of Twins Club and participates in research projects they may be conducting. Any parents, guardians or grandparents of multiple birth children interested in joining the club should contact Mary Kay Fahnestock at 667-2425 or write to 20 White's Place, Winchester, Va. 22601. ON POSTAL SERVICE Postmaster General Ben- jamin F. Bailar says he op- poses a $2 billion-a.ycar mail subsidy Congress is expected to consider early next year because it would place an un fair burden on individual tax- payers. He noted that 80 per cent of the mail is sent by businesses. We Are For The 87 % School Levy Tko Joffarson County Toxpnyers ussocletien Has Op- posed the 100% School tory However, the Jefferson County Taxpayers Association has voted to support the 87% School Levy. This Vote was taken at our meeting February 3, 1978 at the Jefferson County Court House. We urge that you support the 87% School Levyby your vote on Friday, February 10, 1978 FOR THE LEVIES 7-1 AGAINST THE LEVIES YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT YOUR VOTE iS NEEDED YOUR VOTE WILL COUNT Get out and vote • • Vote "FOR THE LEVIES" FEBRUARY 1O, 1978 JEFFERSON COUNTY TAXPAYERS ASS00IATION P.O. lk)x 292 Charles Town, W.Va,