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April 29, 1982

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18 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 29,1982 NEW MEMBERS INDUCTED INTO CHARLES TOWN LIONS CLUB The highlight of the meeting of the Charles Town Lions Club last week was the induction of four new members by Past District Governor Hugh Via of Charles Town. Those who participated in the induction ceremony were, left to right: William Dennison, president of the club; Via; Rick Byrd,Paul Monford and Lawrence Clark, new members. Another new member, WiUiamPearell, was not present for the ceremony. (T.Sinnphoto) Warning attendance."All of us at the Winchester, Martinsburg, and Walk-America [-or March Of Dimes Set For Sunday The Eastern Panhandle Chapter of the March of Dimes is sponsoring its second annual 28-kilometer WalkAmerica on Sunday May 2, from Shepherdstown to Martinsburg and return. Registration of walkers begins at 7 a.m. at the Shepherd College am- phitheatre. Sponsor sheets may be picked up by calling 725-0322. The walk will be started at 8 a.m. by co-chairnmn Mayor John Farrior of Shepherd- stown. The walkers will go west on Route 45 to North Middle School in Martinsburg, then be directed back to ShePherdstown by co- chairman Mayor William Clohan of Martinsburg. Refreshments, first aid and other assistance will be available, along the way, and lunch will be served at North Middle School. Charly McCJa n In Apollo Appeam e Country music is coming to Martinsburg. The Apollo Theater is sponsoring the First of what is hoped to be a successful season of some of country musics top artist. On Friday, May 7, Charley McClain will appear for two shows at 6 p.m. and 9 pxn. Tickets for the Charley McClain Show are $7 and $8 and are now on sale at the Theatre box office at 128 East Martin Street in Martinsburg. Visa and Master Charge are Manassas Social Security being accepted. For in- Pest Control 0 are always ready to Recruitment At ,o ,on assist you with your problems withsocialsecurity, Medicare Mail orders are also being Charleston-- W. Va. Son'le approaches of the con- and supplemental secutiy~" V" -,o~- he"herA"~"c acceptedwben accompained Agriculture Commissionergames-type control operators income." by a self addressed s~ Gus R. Douglass cautioned are solicitations Offering a envelope and payment by homeowners to beware Of un- promise of a "special price Patd Bailey SREPRERDSTOWN -- scrupuJons termite operators, due to being in the area" or ck S, Representatives from 18 Spring is the middle of the "Ive gotjustenough chemical school districts in Penn- termite swarm season and in the truck for one more Completes Training sylvania, West Virginia, the time of theyear when some hmme." One company adver- Virginia and Maryland will of' the "shoddy" and tised a $150 special spring Navy Seaman Patrick S. conduct interviews at ~eliable pest control cam- treatment which had a Bailey, son of Rohert,J. and shepherd College on Teacher panics try to take advantage lifetime guarantee. However,Dolores T. Bailey of P.O. Box Recruitment Day, May 6 in of the public. Douglass stated when the jobs were cam- 41, Charles Town, W.Va has the Ballroom of the College that although the applicators pleted, the homeowners were completed recruit training at Grater, are required to pass an exam often presented with a bill for the Naval Training Center, prior to becoming licensed, $450 to $~}0 and often with no Orlando, Fla. Interviews will be con- there is no guarantee that they protection provided. Other During the eight-week ductedfrom9a.m.-3p.m, to will provide good service. The companies have claimed that training cycle, trainees fill teaching vacancies for the exam shows only that the in- CETA and other govermnent studied general military sub- 1982-83 school year. The dividual knows how to do and programs would pay for part jects designed to prepare Recruitment Day is open to all is capable of doing a proper of the treatment costs. These them for further academic Shepherd alumni with cer- termite treatment, claims are false and only a and on-the-job training in one tiffed teaching qualifications Homeowners should be par- way to get yon to agree to of the Navy's 85 basic oc- and Shepherd students in the ticularly aware of deor-to- treatment, cupationalfields, professional teaching block. door servicemen Offering Included in their studies Appointments for in- special deals, Douglass noted The work Of the unreliable were seamanship, close order terviews can be made through that while some reliable pest operators is usually charac- drill, Naval history and fWsj John E. Adams, coordinator'of control firms also solicit terized by thirty minutes to aid. Personnel who complete career planning and , business from door to door, two-hoar "treatments." this course of instruction are placement, located in the they do not normally OfferDouglass noted that a proper eligible for three hours of Counseling and Placement "special deals." Reliable Ircatment requires drilling of college credit in Physical Office in Shepherd's Student Companies will also allow you all foundation blocks, at- Education and Hygiene. Center, or by Calling Adams a 72-bout cancellation period taehed cmzcrete, floors and He joined the Navy in at 876-2511, or toll-free from from the signing Of the slabs pnd sub-soil treatments January 1982. His wife, Betty, Martinsburg at 267-4183. tract until treatment. ~. ~ the house. This type of is the daughter of Charles O. Appointments will be "cooling off" period is treatment Often takes two men and Betty Deeds of Route 1, scheduled betwe~ April 23 required by federal law. a day or more to complete. Box 127F, Kearneysvilie, and May 3 for the May 6 W.Va. Teacher Recndtment Day. Approximately 190 people basic requirements of having representing nearly 60 worked at least five of rite ten businesses in the Winchester- years prior to the onset of Martinsburg-Manassas area disability and having a con- attended a workshop con- ditlon that either has lasted a ducted by Social Security on year or is expected to last at Monday, March 29. The least a year or result in death. was conducted at the The manager of the Mar- Lee-Jackson Restaurant in tinslmerg Social Security Of- Winchester and was spon- rice, Gary A. Wolfsheimer, gored by the Winchester- gave an outstanding Frederick County Chamber of presentation on Medicare Commerce. Covering all aspects of the The meeting began with program. "Many people miss N~ I ge~ice Area 5 YEARS OR 50,000 MILES either money order or credit card number. Kountry Kotton, featuring John Henry Alger will be the opening act for the McClain Shown on May 7. Young Talent '82 Contest May 2 At Old Opera House ty, is eligible to enter. The en- try fee is only $5.00, should be sent with entry form or 3x5 card listing name, address, phone, school, grade, age, group or individual, area ot talent to: Young Talent, c/o Roberta RaneUi, Rt. Box 25 Summit Point, 25446. For in- formation, call Mrs. Ranelli at 725-8344. Legislature, of Education Su the education children. The also consult Board of cerning any regulaUons formulate All entries will receive a education of certificate of recognition, and children prizes awarded in each of Jefferson County's "Young three age categories, will in- In order Talent '82" Contest Commit- clude ribbons, trophies, color discharge tee announces the judges for photos and performance at the final competition to be this year's Jefferson County held at the Old Opera House in Fair. Charles Town. Preliminaries and rehearsal will take place on May2 at2 p.m. and the Handicapped"'-~[ow finals will he held on Satur- day, May 8, at 7:30 p.m. Have Toll.Free Marie Fogarty of Berkeley County, Guy Frank of Number To Call Shepherdstown, and Kim Mongan of Berkeley County will be the panel of judges for this event. Mrs. Fogarty teaches and directs dance at the Apollo Theater in Martinsburg; Dr. Frank is chairman of the Fine Arts Department at Shepherd College, as well as an accom- plished pianist, teacher and adjudicator; and Ms. Mongan teaches and directs her own School of Baton in the Martin- sburg area. Any young person aged 6-18, who resides in Jefferson Coun- Handicapped individuals, parents of handicapped children and educators in West Virginia now have a toll- free number (1-800-642-3642) through which they may contact help from the West Virginia Advisory Council for the Education of Exceptional Children. :Under State and Federal Laws (P.L. 94-142-SS 18-20-6) the Council is charged with the responsibility of consulting with and advising~the State the Education Children currently progress of program for dicapped the concerns .pacted by toll free which any the state may the Council, facilitate public the furtherance educational exceptional thereby delivery of eligible ATTEND THIS We, the employees of Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac, would like to our appreciation to the many customers who support us with their vehicles, mechanical and body service, and parts. Your patronage has allowed a small local business to continue to fifty of us at a time when local unemployment figures are soaring to high. Our families annually spend a large percentage of the over $900, gross income in the community. We support other local businesses from we purchase our goods and services. We have also been able to support local organizations through contributions to the United Way Campaign, League Baseball, and the Rescue Squad, to name but a few. In addition, Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac annually buys thousands ! dollars worth of goods and services from other businesses in our community. Each purchase of a new car or truck has also provided employment American workers at GM plants, as we]] as hundreds of other companies supply parts and services involved in btnlding American cars and trucks. Your continued patronage will help insure a future for us and the many individuals across the country who are involved in the a industry. 2700 Valley Ave. CHEVROLET- CADILLAC . "TheWmrranty-The Servi -The Parts aml The Wlnchuter, Vo. N.w i co, No when filing for bemfits to avdd a loss benefits. After lunch, Steven R. super. vl r, Winchester Social Security Office, gave a thorough explanation of dmbg m4 g the MAIN STORE 685 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, Va. 21 01 703/ 67-?175 800/336- 878 Toll Free :' ' ] BRANCH STORE i HOURS: 104 Moffett Way Man. thru Fri. ] Ranson, W.Va. 25438 I1: 0 to S P.M. Saturday 304/725-8416 or 9 A,M to 1 P.M.304/725-8417 +