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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE TllURSDAY, MAY ! I, 1978 their motivation. That they do care is obvious in their dedication to the job. Relatively new to the area, Mrs. Orr, formerly of Tennessee and Baltimore, lives at Spur Gap Trailer Court with her two children, a boy, age 9 and a girl, age 14. She had been employed as a seamstress and hair- dresser, but she declared the job satisfaction to be poor. That she enjoys people and working with them, even those who may find themselves hurting" their children, is obvious when she relates how she feels that parents, in these unfortunate circumstances, need to be heard too. James W. Hoffman Is Merit Scholarship Winner In Arkansas James W. Hoffman, son of Dr.: and Mrs. Glenn L. Hoffman, formerly of Leetown, now residing at 1040 S. Spring Street, Stuttgart, Arkansas, is one of two students at Stuttgart High School, to he named as merit Scholarship winner. The scholarships were sponsored by the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation, and are one-time awards of $1,00 each which the selected on the basis of chief, please scholarship, leadership and present address, outstanding attainments, and the year you4 Fire Company Aux. Celebrates 301h Annivemry May 2 The Ladies Auxiliary of the Citizens Fire Company celebrated their 30th an- niversary on May 2 at the fire hall with 17 members and their families enjoying a delicious covered dish supper. Mter dinner, the ladies held their regular meeting, including sale on June Alger PharmaCY nonnced meeting. CARPETS CLEANED IN yo place of busi; by VonSchra dry No fuss" No No Odor CddW announcement of a new project Mrs. Burrell, a Berkeley students receive after enrolling ..... ,,,t l ionall to locate the past honorary fire tounty native, nas years m ........ 1 m the Re. y child-rearing practice, having accredited U.S. College of the chiefs of the fire company. If you seven of her own, two of whom student's choice. . nave been an nonorary nre --. are twins. Currently, she also / James, who attended Jef-II m roll  manages her time to serve as ferson County schools through lli  n Cub Scout leader for Den 58. She eighth grade, is an exchange l  - has long been active in civic student in Bederkesa, West I affairs such as Loyal Ladies, Germany, this year. He plans to li Asphalt Co. Receives State Order of Eastern Star and Oasis. attend Dartmouth College, in,1  An active Methodist Church Hanver, N.H., in the Fall, with]  qPllll|B [ o.,. member, she has served many a probable major in [ li l El ll  l Permit After tlaltine Pollution o.,ces here. Her husband, /A,,' IiD "AA ..... 1.--12 .... mathematics. His school ac-I. II .,mmU,.|, " II Richard, is also well known for ILt$a| nnu nmarUSefllallVe$ tivities have included National II ff his civic and youth work. " -- Honor Society, co-founder and [m WORKING TO ELIMINATE AIR , HAGERSTOWN -- Three men who have president of Math and Science[ VII II POLLUTION, John Thomas, co-owner with his Mrs Burrell s commitment to " " " ..... i ...... i n 1 Oubs He served as part-time Imm ! .' .. voitmEeereo melr ume m ass s[ me l,a[ o a . father Porter, of the Jefferson Asphalt Products serving fam]hes with problems ...... organist at the Flrstlll av Co., stands before a new dust collector at the is as strong as her co-worker's. A!hance of Businessmen. (NAB) m Jezzerson Presbyterian Church in Stut-I I company's Rt. 51 operatrions. Installation of the Both women have retained their County, received special account executive tgart and at churches at I - interest and pursued training training at a seminar at the Sheraton Motor Inn Ringstedt and Elmlohe, in West[1 $31,000 system, which Thomas said reduced workshops to increase their i-uo,o,.f ..... Germany. He has been active/I _ , . pollution by "100 percent," lead the West skills. "Their continued an- "''"P""'""" " " -- " n ....... r this Year in a recrder and string ll Uel. joe thusl m n v b e )ob ". . ensemble m Bederkesa. [ PAULA AND I THANK ALL OF THE Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission on 'as a d fa oral " t:arl K IVlCUOrmlCK, above, sta omg, azrecto . q athtudes are ut t n of the computer center at Hagerstown Junmr h 1 e e THE 16th SEN R , o s a ding James as a so r c ived[1 ATORIAL DISTRICT FO Tuesday, April 25, to grant the company a 1-year qualities', Mrs. Dorothy Waller, College; Jeff Malay, left, a student at Shepherd notification that he has been  1 PORT OF MY CANDIDACY FOR THE operating permit._ Area Administration claimed Calla e; and Walt Ritter ri hi, ersonnel selected as one of 600 high school DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTE[ ,, g , g P That they both work so well ..,L. ... ,., ;.m ....... 3 M Com"an" all seniors in the country to be I ,^e __a naUUI ........ ma,,, It xut ul ,tvxxuwcz " J J ....... / Jlg uno r#q Protective Services Case mgemer in suen critica, ,amiay 6 .... uesignatea as rresioenda, FOR situations is ind e" took part m the training sessmns for account ................ /l PAID BY CITlZENS . e o en- . ......... . , .. cnomr Jrlnaas, oy me umtea/I nanny M PITZER, q coura zn " "I feel we are execuuves Tne mree lnfllVlOUalS compose me i  p g' g. . . States Office of Education.[ 'LAR'Iy'IISECK KI!:S i:n. in_ ositions fortunate in having employees of Jefferson County NAB contingent ana are acdve From the600, a group of 1211  m   ioyg i,,,,ll il their calibre and dedication in the N,B pledge campion to find jobs for Presidential Sehelars has been/I i Ni I / B working in one of our most - '  ..... y does one hear, start. Through the -Protective .......... veterans, youth, dzsadvantaged and ex- . - stresstm sltuauons, sne con- " itter will be callin L nowadays of someone who really [ Services Case Aides, parents are eluded, offenders. McCormick and R ..... g L AqlM  LM HEMAM[X:H DP.A likes his job and is always in [ further assured of the agency's ..... on area industries to ask for joe pleoges wnile ",, praise of it. Particularly if the[ desire to help, not remove nave bwlmmlng Maley is serving as a youth representative.. job is one where emotions run] children. They also provide the strong and tension is common. I social worker with reports to Kisner Plumbina and HeatingP001 Chem,cals-" '-,". ,. ,.,, ,,," Tnne turns" - tO*- N so with the two recent[show progress, or lack of nnfl[e alllnflf=hule Bus Protective services case Aides[ progress. working in the Martinsburg[ Starting in late December, announce that ey have a II,,.&  @ Area Department of Welfare.[both women were assigned complete hne of Bm Lab Service Wdl .u[ Run "-- " Mrs. Doris Burrell and Ms./ to 16 families, and each is ' !"  I 1 lJPl 1 V H 1 U Asa Lee err hold unique agency [ working intensively with four swimming pool chemicals ano m -- -- -- / positions, working directly with[ clients. Careful planning, several items of equipment In nar Per * parents who have neglected art limited caseloades and clients available at their office at 301 p ry -.- .TIIII(Y llEl 1111t ::Ill North Geor'e Street They also ...................   LL JLmk.T I, AI, qq%.J Ib,,IL.JL lab, mistreated their children. Both ] acceptability are vital in making .? . . : .. ar. JaCK eisn, rationan tapitaJ harpers verry to prowoe mr a J.,d  -" of them, having received / the service work. announce mat on June 1, r. Region Director of the National longer visit in the park. The new   .f,4,r.4 rJ .e'.r L specialized training in the[ Both women have found most u ............... : Park Service, announced today service is to begin on April 30. "l[ IP! lY,-II ! II II lYHI I 1 program, are supportive and[families eager for their help. e;;esenailv;'fori;a; , that the fringe parking-shuttle "There will be four major  .JLJL.JUI,.L,IIkW'I.WwLLJL constant in their daily contacts | They feel they are preventing Inc will be at their office from bus service for the Harpers construction projects going on in ,, ? I . with parents and children. [ the situation from growing into "' _ ..... Ferry National Historical Park the Harpers Ferry area this  II,lMrl .  - -_ ---. _ -Ls'r Relatively new in the agency's[ something more serious for the 1'00 p m - :o p.m. or rater i ,, ,, ---J " " . ....... will not run this year. summer, Mr.Fshsmd, whmh . JL -I1  ': ....... .We m'l " necessary zor me Denent Ol  protective services program,[ child. .. ,_ . .... At the same time, Mr. Fish collectively make an efficient   ( ,L :  I ow,.,mlng pool owners wno w]sn ,- case aides visit, listen, support[ Without hesitation, both ....... also said that Amtrak has and safe bus service virtuallya i  -  ' : $ . ' : (| and offer the neglecting parent] agreed that often the biggest to stop ny and talk wire., him agreed to reschedule its round impossibility for this season." I  [ ( an opportunity to overcome | problem was getting the client to ttvUtmt=n:vCtlrtPrrClS trip train service on weekends At a Public Mee!ing held on t    whatever caused the problem to[ trust them and not to question Y g P " between Washington and March 16, citizens comments [   ,.b " I |::! were mostly directed at these J "lIP'  00Room Air construction problems and at  . ,[ [ A B m ,- other alternatives not presented [ fo  ,11  1  l. 1. |'AaAnIAaA atthe meeting for solving tbe ['st ldl  h'nds ,I /,'k, 'J.: I,,lllllll/lllll! problem of congestion in the  " J' . '| : ' ' %\\;, i|;r IVBIII$IVIIVB park during the peak visitor[  to work In l -;  :",, [i season. I -r -- "" T,----- - i "1 " ,.... ' .'"][V The National Park Service I  a certificate I,i team preparing long-range () l[ ,,..,,-,..,., ,.. ,___ .... I  I  will consider otfier alternatives ] 7" U1 UtpOSLt, -,: oi in their final report scheduled 7" I   fr public review around the I (4)  7-  |  I  The four construction projects I .....,x,,,,,,.,n,.,., I  I  that would be obstacles to a l /E .......  successful fringe parking'll "='= 3rros ' shuttle bus service are 3/4% " " ' i  EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 592% ....... 340 now scheduled for com-]    pletion late this summer. , t. ......... . . ...... REGUR PRICE REGULAR PRICE 2. The completion of the sewer [  i% 11'2/,. 12 10   malun, line installation work by the 7:-. %,I .u---,v $219.95 $169.95 Harpers Fer.-BolivarPublic/  EFFNUE6.7 II,:[:  SALE PRICE lili/ "II O^.= nmw'm Serviceuistrict, a,soscheduled| . I]1 |1 .rl OP' 1--IE- r'nl for completion late this summer. / ............... ..e ftl{!i,  $ /] iL': .IIA t 3' The recnstructin f the/ " 3/4% (0 TO 4/ ITlOr'lffl ITIOTU[111 , !' 204.95 Ill//U ) J. /o0 U.S. Route 340 bridge over the,     I |1 ,' IIl[,#') ael J  Department of Transportation/  ,[ rE[ ., , 1[ ' 4tlr]k\\; - Potomac River by the National| t# EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 6.98% _i l:"x ../: .^.  ._-Aaml _v,-- scheduled to eontinue for at least I "7 ]/OL, 48 tO 71 month molurflies , - \\;W/  aTU'a tPiWii %$ / "r / "' ,,.- ,v 'c .... r  w a year. Model AT705FB ModeI__AGTE104FB , , 4. The proposed lowering ofl  EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 7.78% ' - . . portions of Shenandoah and High /  REOULAR PRICE REGULAR PRICE Streets so that hiatorical/ 7" " "S/ 72 month molurifies .  ; , [k 4tt/t/t IrE' rostoratlonworkmtheparkcanl" "  / o/a00o $379.95 - ............... prcd' n " t k" rv, |  EFFECTIVE ANNUAL YIELD 806% Ilil o ..... -- on me ew P, mra e "ce,/  - ' i  ,: oLE PHICE Fish said, the trains will leave/ " n ,tH [lil I SALE PRICE ' I[[[mill A .,. .... Washinoton D C from the/ A $1OOO Mimum nifiQt deposit required o , ,:: I00i:00t I $35 9 "lj ||,,i,,[. ."i" ,I NationalS' Visitor .... Center and | -- all certificates.' An mterest' penalN imposed . I lm/ ,- e  ,,e ............ I  by low on earn withdrawals. 1;] IiI i ! yOUap,  ' m"l amiliiim'm'" mn mun at *u:*u a'm' ana' (3 !n'lg, J .AII  stop at Silver Spring, Roekville,| ...j ' YW e and Gaithersburg. It will arrive|  .A,e [ .... 9700BTU, s cAV:  1! 7800 a  at,HarpersFeyatn!lsa.m. / ,_ REGULAR PASSBOOK SAVINW ,..w uu's w'  ano continue to ardnsmrg/ /'% _ ..1 " ModeI_AGCE810AC '" ModeI__AGAE608AB " where it will turn around and|  Use vour Shennndnnh FFl_rnl pO I' make ready for the return trip.  " ...... , .......  II '---- -"=" ' REGULAR PRICE ' __ . _,,.,, ,......,.._. It will leave Harpers Ferry atl  Account as your working fund. .; .. mmmmllWb A" ' 3:30 p.m. and arrive in " ona t 't or c' oTH[x :lZJ[3 ...... ._ / -, . y moun. Withdraw from ., 479 vv-- wasnmgton at 4. p.m. . . . A tl Jt B|A hoe | elm all'talk Mr. Fish said, "We hope many  to it at any time, Whatever balance: I\\;' 1  SALE PRICE 14  AILADL'K r /I' visitors will use this additional '( P.P.Hnt hn will rn . 1 inte0 '  1 Ii8 method of access to the park,  ................. .w,...v ,:--.,v._ $454 95 :00a,ouu providedthrouhtheforesigh, tof I:)er onnum(o.;00wo aue TO, Amtrak." He added, The ' , I&I'I"AIIAT'ItlUl National Park Service is :: IIl,i/,dMl iiL, PI/li'll planning a comprehensive in- formation service to help those ,  A, who use the train have a more l A/1,1 enjoyable visit " MeI--518BB . . , ' i [ i r i " E II I I I I SUPERTANE SALES CORP. 7 7 6 EAST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLESTOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725 - 2915 II II I _ II When you use canned bean: sprouts, drain and then rinse in, E cold water before using. Easy and delicious dessert: ...a crush nut brittle and fold it into softened ice cream; refreeze. 'Serve with chocolate sauce. Federal SAVINGS AND LoAN 617 WinchostM Ave., M(flnsburg _ .-- Hiiole ShOpping , Chodet TOW 30S N. Washington it.. lerkeley SI s ',.')Wlhl) 13(13 HI/CX]WI/W3H Wl/OI,9