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r |] , SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE |a ? 1 pa41oramic vie. " . following Certificate of Stock TRUSTEE SALE alumnus Juilliard School, OFJEFFEF,NCOUNTY, oo ,.,l=o,,,, With light, six chairs. I for $1500 will I. Can 304-725- P.va< any week tUrday. r baby Shetland NIEL0000 .A, ': lip $11o; 1, _o=S. Lincoln 7Z EN Light Plants, :T. rete Mixers, 00!00,tors, etc. '" EQUIPMENT . and Memorial. i i . quiet area, {a. (2) 5.7 ACRES, I ite, short walk to f_or trout fishing, nd !'lags Rd. $9950! 8 terms. Call INC 0r 797-3730. .,9S. Md. p.jh.ub/le home in "n, custom ;, ' Ml appliances, l r..ear screened , oil tanks, block ,i i,Lled at ,4coo, , nfer. Mr. Ed-  1"4W7, evenings. Ples. A.K.C. i I1 ' best " ."m, per, new - er used, stocked trout creek near Leetown. Nat'l. Hatchery. $9850, super owner terms. MACHAT REALTY INC., Bcousboro, Md. (301) 432-5454. Feb. 25-4t ii I I @ FOR RENT House For Rent--Hidden River Farms, Happy Creek Sect., near Middleway. 3 bdrms.; I% baths; elec. ha.; abt. 1 ac. $218.00 mo. Security deposit and references required. Call 725-8421, 9 to 5. March 16-It SPACIOUS COUNTRY APT.-- One bedroom, large sun deck. No pets. No children. $195 per month, $150 deposit. References required. Horse stables available. 725-2629. March 16-21 Young mrried I house to lent by J Back yar I, Jeffe area. Call 725-9035. Young married lawyer needs to rent by June. 1st. '78. ;Back yard, Jefferson County March 16-1t-pd Rent a Lindsay automatic softner, $8 per month. No price increase as long as you rent. Alco Sales Co., Inc. 703-662-2401.' 1200 Valley AVenue, Winchester, Vs. 22601. March 24-tf For Rent--Mobile home spaces. Parkview Mobile Home park. 3 miles west on Rt. 9. 725-3514. May 15-tf Carpet cleaner. Host Steam Machine. J. Russell Fritts and Sen,.Inc., 309 W. Washington St., Charles Town , W. Va. 304-725- 5511. Oct. 20-ff . "', For Rent'--In-Shannondale, one bedroom apartment, completely furnished, air conditioned and heat, no children or pets. $160.0 per month. 725-2178. Feb. 16-tf Iouse for rent up to Ju]3/1, i978. Charles Town. Choice neigh- borbod. 8 rooms, furnished. Possibly available after Sep- tember 1, but must be vacated during July and August. Ideal for family relocating this area. Shown by appointment only. Moore Insurance and Realty: Co., 725-5115. Feb. 9-tf F0r Rent:--Furnished two bedroom Wager. 725-2202. Feb. 2-ff /For Rent-'Two bedroom  distinctive, chalet apartment) located in Sharmondale, $250.00 a! month..Candleberry Rentals, 725-7911 or 725-3103. Oct. 26-tf I i IIII I iii i i WANTED Wanted---Someone to custom plow and disc 100 to 150 acres corn stubble. Call Jack Huyett, i 725-2662 after 6:00 p.m. March 16-_____. . John H. Milton, Jr., Excavating,- septic system, basements, footers, backfilling and land clearing, mad grading, stone and top soil hauled. 725-8950 or 535-6545. March 9-tf H. & H. Contractors--Home Improvement, interior and exterior paintg, yard ex- cavating, additions and concrete work. 7254163 after 6:03 P.M. March 9-4t Wanted To Buy--One acre for mobile home,, Summit Point area. 1-703-955-2546. March 9-2t-pd Want To Rent---Mechanic wants to rent garage to do work. Call after 7:00 p.m., 725-2749. Ask for Heavy. March 9-2t-pd Professional Poodle Grooming by app't, only. Toys SILO0; Miniature $13.00; Standard (Matted Extra.) NO Leetown area. 725-3244. June 2-ff Mobile Homes wanted. Will pay eash. Ask for Julia Bulman. 703- 662-2503. March 2-St-pal Wan-ted To Rent--Pasture and corn ground. Phone Robert Smit h, [II. 5-90. Feb. Ht 'Wanted 'To Buy--Five or ten acres of land with or without building. Retdy to Taxpayer, P.O. Box 269, Greencastle, Pa. 17225. Feb. 234t-pd waitresses and cooks. Apply 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Jefferson Inn, formerly Tony's Restaurant. March 16-It Help Wanted---Lady preferr between 45-55 with some office knowledge in bookkeeping. Pleasant with nice appearance. Reply P.O. Box 55, Charles Town, W. Va. March 16-2t Needed! 5 women to start im- mediately to replace those who  didn't want to work. Call for interview appt.: Fri., March 17, ,10 a.m. to 5 p.m., ask for Jane, 725-2763. March 16-1t Attractive $85 per week. Comm. Part-time opportunity for clothing conscious people. Call for interview appt. 725-2763, ask for Shirley, Friday, March 17, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 16-It Moonlight from your home and earn $300 to $500 per month, extra income. Couples can work together. Call for interview. 725- 8344. March 9-21 Sales--$15-$20 per Ilour. Home party plan, over 18, phone necessary, show glassware. 703- 338-4566 collect. March 9-2t-I Help Wanted--Legal Secretary by established firm. Must have typing and shorthand skills. Salary negotiable. Send resume to P.O. Box 231-SS, c-o this newspaper. March 9-21 ii i i i, | MISCELLANEOUS CARD OF THANKS The family of Thelma Elizabeth Seal, who died February 22, wishes to express thanks to the Harpers Ferry Friendship Fire Company, Jefferson Hospital and everyone for the kindness shown to me and my family during illness and death. Andrew Seal March 16-lt-pd Smith Furniture stripping, repair and refinish. We pick up and deliver. Antiques. 735-4348. March 2-ff INVITATION TO BID JEDECO INDUSTRIAL PARK PROJECT NO. 01-01-01475 Separate sealed bids for the construction of an Industrial Park including a complete water system, sewage collection and treatment, roadway network and miscellaneous work will he received by JEDECO, Inc., at the office of the Jefferson County Commission, Jefferson County Court House, Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Vs. until 1:30 p.m. prevailing time April 5, 1978, and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The Contract Documents may be examined at the following location: P. C. DiMagno, Engineers and Surveyors, Boyd Bid., Public Square, Martinsburg, W. Va., Phone 304-263-0157. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of P. C. DiMagno, Engineers and Surveyors located at the Boyd Bldg., Public Square, Martinsburg, W. Vs., upon payment of $50.00 for each set. Bid security in the amount of 5 percent of the proposal must accompany each propml in accordance with Information for Bidders. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish and pay for satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds in ac- cordance with the Information for Bidders. No Bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sixty '60' days sub- sequent to the opening of Bids without the consent of the Board of Directors of JEDECO, Inc. Prevailing wage rates as established by the U.S. Department of Labor and the West Virginia Department of Labor will be paid on this Project. Certification of Bidder regarding Equal Employment Opportunity will be required. All questions regarding Bidding Documents shall be referred to the Engineer's Of- rice. By Order of Francis M. Frye, President JEDECO, INC. March Ifr3t September 12, 1975 application will be made to Peoples Bank of Charles Town for issuance of duplicate Certificate in lieu thereof. Certificate No. 871, dated September 12, 1975-100 shares, in the name of Eli Viener and Dorothy H. Viener as Joint Tenants, with right of Sur- vivorship. March 16-2t ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA David Lee Dignazio Plaintiff v. Lisa Lee Dignazio Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C-47 (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Lisa Lee Dignazio is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Lisa Lee Dignazio serve upon Steven M. Askin, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is Berkeley Plaza, Martinsburg, West Virginia, an answer, including any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before April 10, 1978. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court March 6, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court March 9-3t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Legal Notice TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that the undersigned CHARLES C. BROWN, a citizen of Jef- ferson County, West Virginia, residing at Route I, Box 13-A, Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia, by occupation a security officer and law en- forcement officer employed by Sullivan Security Service, Inc., will on Monday, April 3, 1978, at 11:00 o'clock, A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, present his application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the Courthouse at Charles Town, West Virginia, and move the Court, for a license to carry a pistol or other weapons defined in Sec. I, Art. 7, Chap. 61 of the West Virginia Code of 1931, as amended, on or about his person in connection with his em- ployment, at which time and place any interested person may appear and protect his interest if any, in said matter. CHARLES C. BROWN March 16-1t ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Steven Albert Blevins Plaintiff v. Catherine Mills Blevins Defendant Civil Action No..79-C-52 (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Catherine Mills Blevins is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Catherine Mills Blevlns serve upon Ken- nsth W. Metz, Plaintiff's at- torney, whose address is 322 N. Mildred Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer, in- cluding any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before April 15, 1978. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy d said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court March 8, 1978. Mary L. Rigsleman Clerk of Court March 16-3t , ,, , , ,,, ,,, OF ROBERT C. DAY AND JEAN E. DAY AT KEAR- NEYSVILLE, . JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, KNOWN AS SERVICE STATION, DAY'S CASH STORE, AND OTHER AD- JACENT PARCELS. Notice is hereby given that by reason of default in the payment of obligations secured by deeds of trust, duly made or assumed by Robert C. Day and Jean E. Day, to W.H.S. White, Jr., Trustee, of record and described in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 367.at page 71; in Deed Book N. o. 367 at page 74; inDeed Book No. 376at page 686; in Deed Book No. 394 at page 213; and in Deed Book No. 394 at page 208; bearing respective dates of october 27, 1973. October 31, 1973, March 30, 1974, August 20, 1975, and August 13, 1975, to all which reference is made, the said Trustee having been directed so to do by the holders of the notes therein secured, will, on the 7th day of April, 1978 'Friday' at 11:00 A.M., sell at public auction at the premises hereinafter described at the Intersection of West Virginia State Road Routes Nos. 9 and 48 at Kearneysville, Jefferson County, West Virginia, the following described real estate, with improvements thereon (excluding the house trailer on the premises): All those certain 4 parcels of land with improvements thereon in Kearneysville, in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which were conveyed to Robert C. Day and Jean E. Day, husband and wife, by Roger F. Dillow and Mildred M. Dillow, husband and wife, by deed dated August 13, 1975, which deed is of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 394 at page 208, to which reference is made, said parcels described as follows: PARCEL ONE- All that certain lot of land, improved by i a service-station building, i 'located at the Northeastern comer of W. Va. State Road! Route No. 9 and Route 48, fronting a total of 121.5 feet on the easterly side of State Road Route No. 9 (which said Road i Route runs from Charles Town, West Virginia toward Mar- tinshnrg, West Virginia, and running back between parallel lines a depth of 70 feet, said parcel being rectangular in shape and bounded on the South by said Road Route No. B. PARCEL TWO: A strip of land adjacent to Parcel One, described above, and lying East of Parcel One, which said strip of land fronts 16 feet on West Virginia State Road Route No. 48 and runs back from said Route No. 48 in a Northerly direction, a distance of 121.5 feet, having as its Western boundary, the Eastern boundary of Parcel One as above described, and which said strip of land was formerly the Western portion of Lot No Four (4) "Store-morn" Lot as shown and designated on a Plal prepared by John Kusner Surveyor, dated September 15 1966, of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 283 at page I16 to which reference is made. PARCEL THREE: That certain parcel of land with a frame building thereon, shown and designated as Lot No. 4 "White's Storeroom Lot" on the Plat above referred to in the description of Parcel Two (d i record in said Clerk's Office as aforesaid, in Deed Book No. 283 at page 116) to which reference is made for further description. LESS AND EXCEPTING HOWEVER from this parcel, the strip of land 16 feet by 121.5 feet described as Parcel Two above. PARCEL FOUR: All of Lot No. 5 as shown on the Plat referred to in the descriptions of Parcels Two and Three above mentioned, said parcel being [designated on the said Plat as the "Putnam Lot", to which said Plat reference is made for further description. The above described parcels will be sold with the non- exclusive rights to that certain right of way shown on the said Plat, running between the "Store-room Lot" and the "Putnam Lot" and running also the rear of said Lots as shown on said Plat herein referred to, and to which reference is made. TERMS OF SALE: 20 percent of purchase price on day of sale, balance within 30 days of sale. W.HS. White, Jr., Trustee, City Bldg. ClmHes Town, W Va. March 9-4t Mr. Sicroff, 304-725-4437. March 16-1t-pd NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department of Highways at its office in Charleston, West Virginia, Room A-1017, 1900 Washington Street, East, until I0 A.M., April 4, 1978 and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter for the construction of the following project on State Highways. State Project 319-349-9.24 Jefferson County. 0.204 miles of US 340 (Trunkline) from 0.13 miles North of County 26, North of Charles Town for Grading, i Draining, and Bituminous Concrete Pavement. Proposal Guaranty: $2,000.00 or 5 percent of total bid, whichever is greater. The West Virginia Depart. ment of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex or national origin in con- sideration for an award. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGH- WAYS PHILIP J. SHEETS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY March 9-2t NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the West Virginia Department of Highways at its office in Charleston, West Virginia, Room A-1017, 1900 Washington Street, East, until 10 A.M., April 4, 1978, and said proposals will be publicly opened and read immediately thereafter for the conruetion of the following project on State Highways. All Projects are for Bituminous Concrete Wearin Course, unless otherwise noted. Jefferson County. 719-09-12.97 4.07 miles of Charles Town - Virginia Line Road on W. Vs. 9 (Feeder.) All Proposal Guaranties are $2,000.00 or 5 percent of total bid whichever is greater. The West Virginia Depart- ment of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to i this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be! afforded full opportunity to i submit bids in response to this invitation, and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex or national origin in con- sideration for an award. WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF HIGH- WAYS PHILIP J. SHEETS EXECUTIVE SECRETARY March 16-21 PUBLIC NOTICE The Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council, Region 9 has been requested by the Town ef Harpers Ferry to assist in the preparation of a pre-application for a Small Cities Single. Purpose Community CARROLL EUGENE JOHNSON. DEBORAH JOHNSON, PLAINTIFFS VERSUS CHARLENE ELIZABETH JOHNSON, infant, VIRGINIA ROSE TAYLOR JOHNSON; VIRGINIA DYER and her husband, whose name Is unknown to plaintiff; AN- DERSON WILSON BERRY; JOHN BULLETI', and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; LEWIS D. NICHOLS, Executor of the last will and testament of ROSELLA RANKIN JOHNSON, Deceased; C. ADELAIDE DECKER, and her husband, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; LAURA W. HOTT, and her husband, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; GEORGE WILLIAM TACEY DECKER, and his wife, whose name Is unknown to plaintiff; EDWARD FRANKLIN DECKER, and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; WALTER TACEY WHEATLEY, and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; THE UNKNOWN HEIR8 AT LAW AND DEVIgEE8 OF FANNIE DOVE JOHNSON, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and DEVISEES OF GEORGE W. TACEY, SR,, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and DEVISEES OF GEORGE WILLIAM TACEY DECKER, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and DEVlSEES OF ED- WARD FRANKLIN DECKER, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and DEVISEES OF WALTER TACEY WHEATLEY, DECEASED: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT LAW and DEVISEES OF C. ADELAIDE DECKER, Deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIR8 AT LAW and DEVISEES OF LAURA W. HOTT, Deceased; ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE SUBJECT MATTER OF Tills ACTION WIlOSE NAME8 ARE UNKNOWN TO PLAIN-I TIFF AND WHO ARE MADE! DEFENDANTS BY THE GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF UNKNOWN DEFENDANT, DEFENDANTS 7S-C -39 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above en- titled action is to obtain an order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, a. declaring the plaintiff Carroll Eugene Johnson the fee simple owner by adverse possess!on of! two parcels of real estate in the I Town of Bolivar; b. construing j the last will and testament of Rosella Rankin Johnson, l Deceased; c. ordering the sale of i mAN & CITRUS FRUIT TEL AVIV, ISRAEL -- Israeli officials have expressed concern at ban's decision to cancel orders for 43,000 tons of Israeli citrus fruit, ban acted after Israeli oranges contami- nated with mercury were found in Europe. S.C. and Wrsinia reject ratification of ERA. certain of the defendants, namely Charlene Elizabeth- Johnson, infant, Virginia Rose Taylor Johnson, Virginia Dyer and her husband, whose name is unknown to plaintiff, John Bullett and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff, are non- residents of the State of West Virginia; it further appearing that the residences and whereabouts of certain of the defendants, namely C. Adelaide Decker, and her husband, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; Laura W. Hott, and her husband, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; George William Tacey Decker, and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; Edward Franklin Decker, and his wife, whose name is unknown to plaintiff; Walter Tacey Wheatley, and his wife, whese name is unknown to plaintiff; !the unknown heirs at law and devisees of Fannie Dove Johnson, Deceased, the unknown heirs at law and devisees of George W. T.ey, St., Deceased; the unknown heirs at law and devisees of George William Tacey Decker, Deceased; the unknown heirs at law and Devisees of Edward Franklin Decker, Deceased; the unknowns heirs at law and devisees of Walter Tacey Wheatley, deceased; the unknown heirs at law and devisees of C. Adelaide Decker, deceased, have not been ascertained by plaintiffs after due diligence; it further ap- pearing that there are or may be persons, other than those named in the complaint as plaintiffs and' defendants, interested in the subject matter of the action, whose names are unknown to the plaintiffs and whose are made defendants by the. general' description of unknown defen- dants; it is ORDERED that each of the named and unknown defendants do appear and defend by serving an answer or ether defense, including any related .counterclaim, upon Robert R. Skinner, plaintiffs' attorney, whose address is P.O. Box 249, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, on or before the 3rd day of April, 1978; otherwise, judgment by default will be rendered against said defen- dants at any time thereafter. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk a her office. Entered by Mary Lynn Riggleman, Clerk of said Court, this 21st day of February, 1979. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia March 2-3t COFFEE PRODUCTION UP RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL .- The 1978-79 Brazil. inn coffee crop is expected to yield 20.7 million 132-po,.md bags of processed coffee, Brazilian Coffee Institute president Camilo Calazans de M,qalh announced. Bergland orders leniency on farm foreclosures. Potomac Edison Home Service May 1, 1978 and May 15, 1978. Eligible activities for funding include: acquisition of real. property, senior centers, historic properties, utilities, streets, street lights, water facilities, sewer lines, parks and playgrounds, flood and drainage facilities, code enforcement, rehabilitation of buildings, comprehensive community planning, administrative costs and economic development. Competition is expected to be vigorous and more pre- applications will be submitted to HUD than can be funded. Oral and written remarks will be accepted at a public hearing to be held on March 2, 1978 at Development Block Grant from the Department of Housing and i Reprntativ Urban Development. [ The minimum amount  COLD WEATHER 8UGGESTION8 available under the single-[ Winter brineoldwather Double remlp so you. purpose grant is $100,000 and the [ and higher energy cmt and can turn oven or ookiq maximum is $500,030. HUD will i use. There are some energy applinneos morn efficiently or accept pre-applications between I conservation mmmqros which fully loaded. can help tm keep our coat os UOS percolator for coffee, low as pom/ble. Heating and hot wator for tea or hot bey- water heating use almoat 3/4 emges, hot ehocohte, etc. of our total energy budgut so Start foods on hil and re- offer the |preatost potential duce to low or aenr to fin- for savings. Next on our re- ilh cooking minder list are the following: Surface units can I REFRIGERATORS AND/ turned off five minutes prior OR FREEZERS to onmpletion and will flnkh Avoid overcooling the cooking with tained ht. freezer-0 to 5 is accept- OTHER able. Turn off light,, televkion, Avoid overchillini refriger, radio and entmetainnmnt ator--34 to 40 is accept- equipment not minded or able. bein i used. Tm'n off any extra refrtg. Avoid hair dryers or oth eratom not being used and noneseential heatinJtype per. open the door. renal cs appliunem. If freezer kn,t full, pkea Batch iron and turn iron ba of lee in empty space, off to iron last few items with the Harpers Ferry Town Hall, RANGE & COOKING mtalmxt hm. Washington Street, Harpers Use unall appllaneos and/ To heipmuosvln,ffm Ferry, West Virgi.nia. The or microwave rather than  your local meeting will begin at 7:20 p.m. range when pomible.   am/ mk for and end not before 8:30 p.m. i Cook all on mrf or all m of  or book- . A written citizen participatiun [ own meals rath alum   tlmy  h. plan will be on file at the Hat'- i both at once. i " ' pets Ferry Town Hall seven Belnnovative--pr, pm on  Eketrktty Wisely days prior to this public hearing. [ dish meal, dng  qpli-  8aml Cookbook March 16-1t  [amain, , WhatUmsWatt# ....  ...... ..... _ :, .