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April 6, 1978     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 6, 1978

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}; Is Recorded was a of the Hospital 4o personi, the annual meeting of the - Charles Hospital, Inc., March 23, of the Jef- Civic Center in Betty W. Riley, Auxiliary who to the annual report. report on the activities follows: at the hospital helping in to the lab visitors, records, and flowers, making beds, Other duties that [in their call of duty. the volunteer Auxiliary program is Mrs. Libby Cooper with Mrs. James Feltner in charge of the candy stripers and Mrs. Edward Saville of the receptionists. The pink ladies gave 1551 hours, the recep- tionists 921 hours, and the candy stripers 1109 hours making a total of 3581 hours of volunteer services given to the hospital. The members have worked well in fund raising events. We had a bake sale, stuff e *Christmas stocking, and selling stationery. Our big event for this year will he the luncheon and fashion show to be held at Cliffside Motel on April 19. Again this year we had the "Traveling Punchbowl" or Christmas Eve when cookies and punch were served to some one hundred patients, visitors and employees. Sewing has resumed for the hospital after a delay of sometime awaiting space which could be used for this purpose. C LCIN CNANI:X:H IPL This program is scheduled through the Auxiliary and supported by members from churches and civic organizations. It is now located in the Shenandoah Home. Another service which has been activated is the cart, which brings necessary items to the patients. Three members were sent to the State Hospital Auxiliary Convention at the Greenbrier in September where they received recognition as an Honor Auxiliary for fulfilling all honor requirements, a distinction they have held for 16 years. The auxiliary now has 60 members with a good percentage at- tending the monthly meetings and helping in the many ways. Awards night was held in May for Pink Ladies, Receptionists and Candy Stripers. Pins were presented to these dedicated volunteers. The popular tax reduc- tion bill is one which re- duces taxes in your brack- et and hikes them, if nec- essary, in the other man's. /NI/),6, Irne tun'is to ina account at r-- 2 -7 I "7 "7 CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT i It! idle funds N !L o work In s :-\\;/I a certificate of deposit. (1") -7 5 3/4% 3 month maturities EI:FECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 5.92% _ 1/2% 12 to 29 maturi00m EFFE-CVE ANNUAL YIELD 6.72% 3/4% 30 to 47 month maturities EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 6.98% I/2% to 71 month maturities .FECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 7.78% 7 3/4% 72 month ma'lurHies I-CT1VE ANNUAL YIELD 8.06% A 51000 Minimum initial deposit required on all certificates. An interest penalty imposed by law on e0rN withdrawals. -r" f---- R 22 i-== "7 Ob =2 "7 ZIZ ULAR PASSBOOK SAVINGS ..=) Shenandoah Federal Passbook as your working fund. Deposit amount. Withdraw from it or add , any time. Whatever balance your nt has will earn 5 1/4% interest Der annum (5.39% due to continuous compounding). )l Shenandoah Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN --J 617 W'mhee Ave,, Madins  J HilMole Shopping Center, Chodes Town 3OS N. Washington St., 114eiey Spgs :1 HI3(IWII3H WI:;O1 0 WIDI/$ IIi3(} 69 Entrants For Jefferson High's Charm Revue Here On April 8th Some 69 young ladies will he vying in the Charm Revue set for Saturday, April 8th, at 7:30 p.m. at Jefferson High School's auditorium. Tickets for the event may he purchased from Jefferson Band Students, Nancy's Young Fashions or at the Jefferson High School Business Depart- ment. Price of admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students and senior citizens. The entrants and their sponsors are listed as follows: Kaye Anders, Bankers Life Insurance. ] Linda Ballenger, Peoples [Bank. [ Viola Reamer, Market Manor. ' Beeki Blackford, The Headhunters. Kelly Burke, 1000 Mile Club. Vicki Carper, Towne House Motor Lodge. Tracey Collins, Dr. and Mrs. Ken Psillas. Penny Combs, Howard Johnson. Mary Conley, Nu Look. Misty Davidson, Ranson Grocery. Deedee Dodson, Glenn's Barber Shop. Elaine Donley, Key Club, Margo Dorsey, Clendening Motors. Barbara Ericksen, Wagner Chevrolet. Jamie Gaynor, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wariner. Vickie Glassford, Granny's Kitchen. Chris Hanson, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Bender. Tammy Henry, Nancy's Young Fashions. Polly Henshaw, Everman House. Mary Kathryn Hockman, Twin Ridge Orchards. Marilyn Hoak, Aunt Nellie's Pastry. Marth a Hunt Bank of Charles Town. Karen Jackson, Tommy's Pizza Parlor. Debbie Jamison, Geraldine Willingham Karen Jimrusti, Valley Hardware. Pare Johnson, Guy's Buick. Nellie Kemp, Walls Service Station. Donna Kidwell, Charles Town Auto Body. Kandy Kidwell, David Kidwell Plumbing and Heating. Sue Kidwell, Supertane Gas. Stephanie Kopcik, Cesarina Hair Styling. Shari Lancaster, Thomassen Lincoln Ford. Robyn Longerbeam, Shenandoah Quarry. Karen Manuel, Kisner Plumbing and Heating. Diana Markle, Southern States. Carole Markley, Rinaldi Antiques. Mary Jane Martin, Shirley's Beauty Shop. Charlotte McDaniel, Western Auto. Annette Newman, Van Tars. Donna Newman, Neala Cramer. Cindy Nicewarner, Com- munity Oil. Ginger Oden. J. C. Penney. Patty Ott, Stuck and Alger. Mary Jo Parker, Rosalie Rhodes. Julie Perry, Hi-Y Club. Wanda Pifer, Smith Oil Co. Joyce Pinkcett, SAE Club. i Trina Pickcett, Nancy's i Young Fashions. Leslie Rideoutt, White s Grocery. Teresa Rutherford, Nancy's Young Fashions. Ellen Senseney, Moler Sunoco. Emma Shiley, Dairy Queen. Christine Shumaker, FBLA Club. Mary Small, Melvin T. Strider. Alisa Smallwood, Donald "Butch" Walker. Terri Smith, Pat's Beauty Salon. Teresa Showers, Vi's House of Beauty. Kathey Staley, Chess Club. Anita Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs, Delmar Hough. Juanita Stickell, Ray's Glass Service. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TIIURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1978 9 Karen Sturges, Ott's Business Service. Donna Sutphin, Virginia's Beauty Shop. Veena Taylor, Luciile Browning. Anita Thompson, Kidwiler Butcher Shop. Sherry Ware, Richard A. Ware and Co. Sheila Washington, Charles Town Pharmacy. Bev Watson, Gary and Judy's. Diane Wilt, Feagan's Jewelry. Brenda Wooster, Virginia's Gift Shop. Four Arrested At Shenandoah Downs On Tax Law Violations Four men were arrested at the Shenandoah Downs Race Track by Special Agents of the In- telligence Division, Internal Revenue Service on charges of violating Federal tax law, ac- cording to U. S. Attorney Stephen G. Jory. James G. Davis, Washington, D.C., James N. Hansford, Washington, Michael H. Cohen, Baltimore, Maryland and Leroy Franklin, Winchester, Va., are charged with willfully aiding in the preparation of false or fraudulent tax forms related to the reporting of gambling winnings from Charles Town race tracks. Federal law requires that income tax he withheld from winnings in ex- cess of a certain amount. The winner is required to provide identifying information to the race track and the race track issues a Form W-2G, "State for Certain Gambling Winnings", to the winner, with a copy to the IRS, showing the amount won and the amount withheld. The men who were arrested today are charged with causing false W-2G's to be prepared by claiming to be the true winner, when in fact they have been paid a fee by the real winner to cash the ticket. This allows the real winner to hide the income from the IRS. People who violate the law by cashing the tickets for others are called "ten per- centers" in track jargon. Davis, Hansford, Cohen and Franklin, will be arraigned before U.S. Magistrate Leslie Lucas in Martinsburg. The maximum penalty for this offense is three years in prison and a $5,000 fine, plus the costs of prosecution. Hearing On HUD Grant Is April 11 The public heating for the Town of Ranson in preparation for filing for a HUD Community Development Block Grant Small Cities program, will be held April 11 from 7:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Lions Center, George Street, Ranson, on April 11 and not April 1 as was stated in a story in the March 30th issue. The meeting will he conducted by Mayor J. Kelley Lance, and John Anzivino; Regional planner with the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council. 116 E. Washington St. Open Monday thru Friday 9AM to 5PM i ii iii