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February 9, 1978

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Notes Jefferson 28th 5. 8URGICAL PATIENTS Jenkins, Kear- glmmblin, lt.n oens, Shenandoah Baltimore, Md. Martinsburg. l, Charles Harpers Ferry. Gerardstown. Knoxville, Md. Kearneysville. Brunswick, hultz, Harpers Anna Davis, Charles Town. Kenneth Chamblin, Shenandoah Junction. Mary Schroder, Harpers Ferry. Elaine Stone, Charles Town. Roxanne Sharpe, Ranson. Thelma Mentzer, Charles Town. Wallace GifR, Bakerton. Bridget Dodson, Charles Town. Paula Cline, Kearneysville. Sharon Doson, Charles Town. Artie Brookman, Ranson. Patricia Mambrino, Charles Town. Mary Toth, Harpers Ferry. Deborah Harsh, Ranson. Wiolbur Ryan, Charles Town. Pamela Whittington, Charles Town. Anna Carroll, Charles Town. Esther Woodward, Harpers Ferry.. Bertha Eisler, Charles Town. John Payton, Summit Point. Cindy Bennett, Charles Town. Glenda Pine, Harpers Ferry. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF Capitol in the City of Charleston on of January, 1978. 9171 COMPANY OF a corporation. to establish tariff provisions the Company's compliance 68 of the FCC Rules on the 5th day of December, 1977, General outheast, a corporation, filed the to become effective January 9, 1978: . No. 4-GENERAL CUSTOMER SERVICES Revised Page 3 CONTENTS. Third Revised Page Page 2 19 Revised Page 1 - First Revised Page 1 Page 2 - Second Revised Page 1 Page 2 2.1 , the Commission is of the opinion and finds that should be suspended and the matters for hearing for the taking of evidence in can determine the propriety and tariff changes, and the public advised place thereof, and this filing provides for tariff changes for Service and for a credit for customer and the Commission wishes to investigate all Could effect appropriate tariffs dealing with terminal equipment including but not issues: instruments. Inside wiring. " - " t protector as the interconnection pore. Present value of inside wiring. between historic and present one time wiring costs. of terminal equipment. ORDERED that General Telephone a corporation, be made respen- and pending investigation, hearing the aforesaid tariff changesl be of the rates, charges and regulations to become effective January 9, 1978, be C y of January, 1978, unless otherwise ommission, to enable the Commission to the supporting data filed with said tad to provide time for the Commission's and Rates to make a study and the matters involved herein. Lhat,if this case has not been at the expiration of the aforesaid suspension charges and regulations as applied for t until the respondent enters into approved by the Commission (which by the Chairman of the Commission thereon,) in the amount of Ten Thousand COnditioned for the refund to the persons or thereto of the amount of the excess, plus of 9.25 percent per annum, without any .any cost incurred in making such refunds, if Into effect are subsequently determined to be fixed for the respondent. that said bond shall be ap- form.and manner of execution by of the State of West Virginia as 6, Article'2, Section 7, of the Code of as amended, and shall be filed with the ORDERED that this matter be set for in the Commission's Hearing Room "at the of Charleston on the 1st day of March; 1978, at which time and place the respondent their request for authorization to to any person or corporation to file .rotest at any time prior to or on the that the respondent present pertinent to the following issues: I. 2. sale of inside wiring, 3. use s the interconnection point, 4. cost and inside wiring. 5. relationship between one time charges and inside wiring or partial deregulation of terminal equip- that the respondent provide testimony on the above issues no prior to the date set for hearing. that the respondent, General of the Southeast, a corporation, give on the matters involved herein and of thereon by posting a copy of of the corporation for a period prior to the 1st day of March, 1978, copy of this order e weeks, the first publication thirty '30' days nor less than fifteen of March, 1978, in newspapers of Bluefield, Princeton, Keyser, and of general circulation in the Hardy, Jefferson, McDewell, Morgan, making due return thereof to before the day of hearing. Tes[e: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary Lee Small, Charles Town. I Ranson, a son February 4. Helen Carper, Summit Point. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lucky Shenton, Gerardstown. Browning, Kearneysville, a son neysville.Michael Maine, Kear- February 4. I I II Barbara Chakmakian, - MIDDLEWAY Shepherdstown. [ Monte Housden, Ranson. lVh's, Larry Ring Thomas White, Ransen George Rissler, Charles Town. Mary Yanuzzl, Kearneysville. Patti Montgomery, Harpers Ferry. Linda Hahn, nippon. Linda Hough, Charles Town. Freda Hinton, Charles Town. Grace Frye, Charles Town. John Milburn, Ranson. Louis Ruffner, Ranson. Mark Remington, Harpers Ferry. Louis Bauer, nansen. Kevin Turner, Summit Point. Virginia Moler, Charles Town. Deborah Washby, Mar- tinsburg. William Clark, Sharpsburg, Md. Debra Nick, Kearneysville. Robert Riggleman, Charles Town. Lmda Barr, Charles Town. Richard Htggs, Charles Town. James Slider, Kearneysville. Ethel Virts, Ranson. Catherine Bayles, Ranson. Alice Pendleton, Charles Town. Gerald Willis, Charles Town. Elmer GlaZe, Charles Town. Vickie Neal, Front Royal, Va. Kasandra Lee, Ranson. Hazel Nelson, Shepherdstown. Angela Piper, Harpers Ferry. Bessie Reynolds, Harpers Ferry. Kathieen Henretty, Harpers Ferry. Denver Tasker, Kear- neysville. Doris Harding, Harpers Ferry. Yvonne Carter, Harpers Ferry. Margaret Mahoney, Charles Town. Margaret Whitehair, Charles Town. Vicki Barlow, Martinsburg. Harvey Briggs, Harpers Ferry. Elwood Leary, Harpers Ferry. Kenneth Banks, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, Jr., Ranson, a daughter January 22. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fonlks, Jr., Charles Town, a son January 23. Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, Frederick, Md., a son January +25. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilt, Charles Town, a son January 26. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rood, Frederick, Md., a son January 28. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rickard, Ranson, a son January 29. Mr. and mrs. Donald Wyn- dham, Sr., Harpers Ferry, a son January 31. Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan, Charles Town, a daughter February 2. Mr. and mrs. John Burgreen, Due to the snow and had weather, the news happenings are brief. The snow and ice has cancelled meetings and visiting around. Happy Birthday greetings and wishes to Mrs. J. Ernest Watson from his many friends in the village. Mr. Watson celebrated his 91st birthday on February 2. Mr. and mrs. Pete Brengle d Happy Creek, were on the bus tour from Martinsburg, ad enjoyed a day in Washington to see the Ice Capades and shop- ping at the Landover Mall Mr. and Mrs. Lester White 'were SundaY afternoon visitors with the latter's mother and sister, Mrs. Nannie Smallwood and Mrs. Harry Russell of Bolivar. We are happy to report that Donald Crum has returned home after being a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Cora Jefferson remains a patient in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Sunday guest with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fritts were Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lofton of Win- chester, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vorous and David Vorous of the Village. Mr. Harold E. White of Springfield, Va., was a Wed- nesday afternoon guest with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lester White. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson were callers on Thursday with Mrs. Lillian Custer of Ranson. DAUGHTER IS BORN Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cross on the birth of their new daughter, Carol Ann, born Thursday, February 2, in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Carol Ann arrived home Sunday and was greeted by her older brother nad sister, Joey and Michelle. Mrs. Cross is the former Linda Moore. Grandparents are Mrs. Dot Moore and Mrs'. Catherine Cross. Parents are reminded of the PTA meeting Monday, February 20, at the South Jefferson Elementary School. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler of Martinsburg, were liqday visRors with Mr. and mrs. James Cain. Callers during the week with Mrs. Mary White were Mrs. Clark Cooper and children, Stewart and Michelle, of Bunker Hill, and Mrs. Albert Butler'of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roe James, Rev. Clark Elliott and Mrs. James Cain. Happy Birthday to Mr. Lester White, who celebrated his bir- thday this week. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson on Friday i I i SPECIAL NOTICE Peoples 8-Page Circular In This Issue he to Circumstances Beyond our Control the following Items are Not Available at Peoples No. ! 00 Rights Reserved to Limit Ouanflties mmlmmlmll mm md Pollenex Deep Heat Back Massager $28" NORTHERN DeluxeVaporizer $4" w  imm mm* initial Earings .Neclace by Contempora $2 47 All of the Above Prices are Retail We Regret any Inconvenience This May Cause our Customers. Sincerely, '7 PEOPLE,00+DRLrG HILLDALE SHOPPING CENTER Charles Town, W.Va. evening, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comer, of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cave, Miss Zona Braithwaite and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnson of Mar- tinsburg. Herbie Payne, Eugene Pifer, Tommy Parker, Bi)ly Ring and Mike Ring, were among some oi those attending a birthday party on Sunday for Charles Linton at his home in I nw +opd,. I II SILVER GROVE ! Mrs, Juanita Buzzard II II , I The Sacrament of Holy Communion will he offered on Sunday at the Silver Grove U.M. Church. Services are at I0 a.m. with Rev. Mary Ann Kvapil. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart of Fox Glen, and Mrs. Darlene Cole were visitors on Friday with Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Lucille Waters and son. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Longerbeam of Chestnut Hill were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dead Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Haugh of Waynesboro, Pa., were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son and Mr. and Mrs.. Marshall Grove and family of Virginia, were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling of Hagerstown, Md., were visitors on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and daughters. Miss Debbie Rodgers was a dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Susan Rudy and son were visitors on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitehair and son of Shepherdstown, were dinner guests on Sunday with I Mr and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mr. Gary Harriss of Dargan, Md., was a dinner visitor during :the week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan. i Mr and Mrs. Larry Buzzard [and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. iRaymond Waters and son, and Mr. Earl Cogle were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (?ogle. i Mrs. Paula Smith and children of Martinsburg, were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Smith and children of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam were visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Higgs and children of Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughter of Frederick, Md., were visitors PIONEER  t, A b40 SEED CORN If you need seed corn order now for 4% discount. HOWARD DEMORY Route 3, Box 168 Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 Phone 304.725-2973 PLANT PIONEER "LEADER" HYBRIDS SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE l? THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1578 I during the week with Mr. and I the week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Grove and family. I Thurmon Piper and family. Mrs. Ruby Browning of Blue I Liquid protein 'recalled; Ridge Acres was a visitor during bacterial contamination. III II II PUBLIC SALE OF FINE DAIRY COWS MELVIN KOLB, INC. MONTHLY HOLSTEIN CATTLE AUCTION THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1975 12:00 P. M. At my Maryland Farm located one-half mile Northwest of Woodsboro, on Route 550, Frederick County. 10O TOP QUALITY HOLSTEINS 100 REGISTERED AND 6RADES This sale will consist of about 50 head of Purebreds selected by us from the best Herds we know of in New York, Penn- sylvania, Wisconsin and Maryland. We really tried to select the very finest of the best breeding and type we could buy. About 30 of them will be extra top first calf heifers, close or just fresh. Fifty top Grade cows, close or just fresh. SPECIAL MENTION: A 2 yr. old PACLAMAR BOOTMAKER daughter from a VG Dam as 6-3 305 2x 20780 3.5 731f, bred May 9+ 1977 to PACLAMAR ASTRONAUT; a good big fancy 2 yr. old IN- DIAN HILLS SENATOR FLAME daughter, fresh. There will be many more top Purebreds not mentioned in this ad. Papers not available at this time. Farmers, if yon need cows or heifers, Purebreds or Grades, we will show you some of the finest you will ever see in one barn. Several Purebred heifer calves will be sold also. Mel Kolb Sale Manager Terms: Cash on day of Sale Not Responsible for Accidents Robert Mullendore-Auctioneer Marvin A. Eshieman-Pedigrees Mehrle N. Wachter-Clerk Feb. 9-1t Home Farm: 621 Willow Rd., Lancaster, Pa. 17601 717-393-7459 Maryland Farm: R.D. I, Woodsboro, Md. 21798 301-898-7720 Now thru Saturday Open Night00 Till 9 Saturday Till 5 Every Item Reduced Shop Early For t tion SAVE berkeley plaza shopping center, furniture martinsburg,