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COMBO OF JEFFERSON HIGH JAZZ ENSEMBLE RATED TOPS combo of six members of the Jefferson High first place at the 21st annual Stage Band contest held in North High School, Pylesville, Md on April was in addition to the first award the entire Jazz Ensemble won in the same The combo featured saxophonist Gross, trumpeter Gary Coy, guitarist drummer Bobby Wilt, trombonist Carter and keyboard player Charles Wall. The group's winning selection was a number called "The Incredible Slats Grobnik." The En- semble and the combo competed against five other bands from Maryland and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Beck Wilson, a graduate of North Hartford High, accompanied Jefferson Jazz on this trip. She had helped to organize the Mason-Dixon Jazz Festival when she was in school, and this was her first trip back since her graduation. For Interstate Lon of changes ap- by the Federal increased rates interstate long calls the calls are changes that apply mainly to business customers. Rates for most interstate wide area telecommunications service (WARS) have increased by 4.1 per cent, and rates for most initial and additional minute interstate private line service rates that apply to direct- have increased by 1.6per cent. dialed calls. In addition, an Rates for conference calls operator service charge is have also been simplified. assessed to cover the special handling required by the if, Patrick Chase, operator. On sta~tion calls, the operator service charge varies from 75 cents to changes do not affect the $1.55, depending on the distance the call travels. On into effect calls billed to a telephone are a result of a credit card, the operator made by the service charge varies from 60 Telephone and cents to $I.05, also dependent Co. They apply to on the distance of the call. On Telephone customers person4o-person calls a flat $3 as AT&T customers, fee is assessed. for the initial Previously, customers were of an interstate call charged a three-minute as12 minimum charge Lor all in rates for operat~ calls. The minute vary minimum charge covered the tea special handling by the increase over the operator. After the initial three-mInute period, the minute rates now additional minute rates for 32 cents to 79 direct-dialed calls were ap- depending on the plied. the call travels and On interstate calls that minute charges begin during one '~inm of 16 cents to 53 day" period and endiag during mother, the call is now billed offsetting the at the rate in effect for each rates is a greater minate of the call. Previously, t on calls made duringinterstate calls were hilled at calling period, the rate in effect at the time between 5 p.m. the call was originated. Pan. SmMay throughFor a call placed at now receive a 40 per 4:~ pan. (during the daytime the normal rate period) and co.ted at ra~ than the 5:30 pan. (after evening rates 36 per cent discount,take effect at 5 pan.) is now action also alters billed at the daytime rate for to determiae five minutes and at the for interstate evening rate for 30 minutes. and the Previously, the entire call would have been hilled at the periods are daytime rate, since it originated during the daytime cal are to the The FCC also approved * FORD. FORD, FORD, FORD * FORD, Shepherd College, Author New Study Sheph~,-Dr. Patrick J. Chase, assistant profeeesor of political science at Shepherd College, is the SPIRIT oF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THUIRSDAY, ~ 29,19~Z 4. Datsun 310 GX, AM/I:M, 4 Dr. rd Auto-Trans A/C m O Pinto Pony , Mercury Bobcat Ford Mustang i Ford Pinto Wagon Ford Fairrnont Ford Falrmont , Ford T-Bird Zephyr Wagon Pontiac Wagon F-250, 4 Spd 6 Cyl. o Pontiac Gran-Prix , Chev. Monte Carlo Plymouth Volare 8 '91 100 Southwest Street , Cha Town, W. Va. PHONE: 725-7031 * rend Fond, Fond, FORe, FORe, 19 r YMCA Executive Director, located in PhLladelphia. The Medal on December 14, 1981, Needlework Exhibit David King. " ssons in coors tr. r tion in co uc d at cooperation, making, and lodging costs for all the National Security Agency, At Belle Grove, Va, andself reliance make camp a prospective participants and Ft. Meade Md. real learning experience." an interested family member The award for exceptionally YMCA Associate Bill Shaw, to come in for a screening meritorious performance of On June 5th an staff, developed" new and The Seventh Annual exciting activities, and is Needlework Exhibit, spon- hunching a new soccer camp. Bored by historic ~ne Grove l.~mdership Seminars for high Plantation at Middletown, school youth are: Youth Virginia, will open on Explore Free F ~terprise Saturday, June 5 and continue sponsored in cooperation with through Sunday June 13. the West Virginia Chamber of Under the able direction of co- Commerce, June 6.12. chairwomen Sara Dale and Leadership Service Camp Betty Alden Duncan, both of sponsored in cooperation with Winchester, plans are well Service Clubs, June 13-19, under way for this exciting June 2026. annual event which attracts Adventure Camp for boys exh/bitors, as well as viewers, and girls 6.14 years of age will from near and far. be held July 4-16. Exhibit categories for adult The YMCA's new soccer and junior competition include camp will be offered August canvas, bargello, crewel, 15-21. embroidery, silk and metal Shaw urges parents wanting thread embroidery, counted more information on the thread work, smocking, programs at YMCA Camp creative stitchery, Horseshoe, should contact him miniatures, quilting and at the Y office: Box 239, Pt. coverlets. Professionals are Pleasant, WV 25550, or call invited to exhibit on a non- 304-675-5776. competitive basis. Persons interested in Seeking Heart Attack exhibiting at this popular show are urged to get their work ready and to watch for en|zT information at later date. For further information, call Belle Grove Plantation, 7034m-26 . Vktims For Study If you have suffered one heart attack within the past 4% years, yon may be eligible to participate in a study whicli lowers cholesterol to un- Registration Has precedented levels. With heart disease claiming 800,000 lives anmmlly, the University ~f Southern Started For Camp National Institutes of Heulth is Ca~orl~s, an a doctorate funding four research centers the University of Horseshoe Schedule the to ex re Maryland. the role of lowered cholesterol Before coming to Shepherd, Registration has begun forin the treatment of heart at- Chase taught at Gettysburg ~fMCA Camp Horseshoe, the tack victims. The aim of (Pa.) College and at the West Virginia-Ohio YMCA's researchers is to find con- University of Maryland. He is resident camp. Located near clusive evidence that a member of ~ American St. George, in Tucker County, maximal reduction of this Association of Univeristy Horseshoe offers programs fatty substance will Professors, the American for boys and girls ages 6.18 significantly reduce the risk of Political Science Association, "Camping has great heart disease. Capital Area Political Science educational value," says The East Coast Center is Association, Academy of Political Science, and American Society of Public Administration. Daiq Schola ip Pea ility Noted author of a study titled A influence on State and Local In~ina eareer in dairy Roles in the Federal System. marketing? The 122-page vohm~e wasHigh school seniors in- published by the Advisory terested in a career in dairy Commaiasion on In- marketing are ~eligible for a tergovermnental Relations ;t,000 (ACIR) in Washington, D.C. to Jim Staley, Jefferson CTnase served as an ACIR County 4-H ~ AgenL fellow during 1979.s0. The scholarship is funded by The ACIR was directed by employee contributions fro~a Congress to undertake aUnited Dairy Industry number of studies of Assoclation(anditsoperatb federal system. Chase'sarms), American Dairy report is an evaluation of state Association, Dairy Research, local governments from Inc and National Dairy both legal and operationaJ Council. viewpoints. The study The Sl,000 scholershlp may examines how local govern- be applied to the fr~ merits relate to each other, to year of college in marketing, special districts, md to state dairy manufacturing, ad- governments in terms ofrefusing, home economics, or service and financing journalism. Further in- responsibilities, as well as formation and applications mmexatien and incorporation m-e available through the responsibilities. Dairy Shrine Club, ad- Dr. Chase joined the mJnistrator of the scholarship. Shepherd faculty in Aug. 1981. Write: James M. Leuen- He earned a bachelor of arts berger, Secretary, Dairy degree from Loyola Shrine Club, Midwest University of los Angeles, a Breeders Cooperative, masters degree from the.qmwmo, WI 54166. 19111 Grcm-Prlx Cpe Silver w/Blue Landau Top, V6, Cruise, Stereo, P.S. & P.B 14,000 miles. 19111 ~h~v. ~nflon Front Wheel Drive 4Spd, SDrH. Bk 11,500Miles 15111 Ford FI00 Short Bed Pick-up Truck Auto, AC, Stereo, 15,000 Miles. UmSed 2 Dr Full Power, Landau Top, 17,000 Miles, V6 I' lO S ml rd C4m. 4 Spd, 4 Cyl 34,000 Miles, Silver. 1980 Chev. ai~flon, Front Wheel Drive, 4 Spd S Door Hatchback, Blue I8,000 miles 19119 k4ck Skylark, 4 Dr. Sedan ,Auto, Stereo, 4 Cyl. Silver, 5~,000 Miles. 1979 Ford LTD Station Wagon Full Power, White, Pwr seats, 52,000 miles. 1 We Pont c Grand ScUd Stmbn W lo. Full power, 62,000 Miles. 19711GMC Jimmy, 4WD, Auto, 305 VB, Air Cond Red and White, Low Mileage. 1977 Dodge Pick-up Truck, Automatic, V8 Engine, ~ Ton, Low Mileage. 1977 Hornet S. Wagon, 6 Cyl 3 Spd. Stick, DX Option, Air Cond Very Cleon. 1977 .J~ Station Wagcm, 4WD with Quadramatic, 39,000 Miles. Red, ( Speed. 197 Plymouth Duster, 2 Dr. Coupe, V8, Auto- matic, Gold w/~l~ite V-Top. BUICK.PONTIAC-GMC, Inc. AT Just Mlnutu Awoy State Route 9, North Charles Town, W.V. Phone: 4-72S-,$448 JIM ST visit. Persom age 30 through duty in support of a mis on of who have suffered a heart the National Security Agency attack within the last 4 during the period April 8, 1980, years are urged to contact the to August 8, 1891, was Hyperlipidemia Study for presented by Adn~al Davis more information. Call, toll- for the Secretary of Defense. free 1-800=362-5244 (Penn- Kevin graduated from sylvania only) and out of state Jefferson High School in June, I.~00-345-I0~7. 1979, and enlisted in the U.S. The study works closely Army in the same month. He with each participant's per- received his basic training at sonal physician. 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