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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 13 THURSDAY, MAY 18. 1978 PEOPL BANK OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNIT Display Craft At Fair its tradition to m arts and County an- his time-honored craft at the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival on June 9, 10 and 11. This highly acclaimed just off U.S. Route 340. Jones, using a craft that was brought to the State of New Jersey by very early settlers, will engrave designs in brass and German silver in the making of door plates and belt buckles. Jones, using a method of engraving called the German system, uses a hammer and chisel to accomplish the deep cuts not possible with a hand pushed graver. During his frequent visits to craft shows, Jones is often called upon to engrave muskets, cannons and other military equipment as well as various objects that were used in the daily life in Colonial America. As in the past years, con- tinuous entertainment will be provided for the three days of the festival and visitors are invited to picnic on the spacious grounds while listening to the best in Appalachian folk music. Food concessions are available at reasonable prices. Festival hours will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday, June 9-10, and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, June 11. Admission of $2 for adults in- eludes free parking. Children 6- Mr. Malcolm festivalwill be held near historic 17 pay $1 each. Special AM- will exhibit Harpers Ferry and is located TRAK trains from Washington to Harpers Ferry will be l 1 available on Saturday and ESTATE SALE Sunday with free bus service from the station to the festival the Estate of Leota V. Snyder, we will sell the grounds. Ited 5 miles east of Martinsburg, W. Va., 5 miles W. Va., I mile north of Route 45 at Swan Pond Area. Turn off of Route 45 onto Road (follow signs). Saturday, May 20th 10:30 a. m. ANTIQUES w-book case top, Walnut corner cup- drop leaf extension table w-four leaves, chest of drawers, Empire cherry chest of dresser w-mirror, mahogany chest of chest of drawers, oak chest of drawers, pine marble top wash stand, small Victorian cupboard, walnut bed and other antique small round walnut table, walnut marble Cupboard, walnut stand, Mission style round w-5 chairs, 2 oak beveled edged mirrors, misc. large mirrors, shadow box frames, 2 chairs, hall tree, 2 quilts, old rocker, splint seat rocker, oak captain's chair, Gingerbread wooden kitchen chair, high kitchen straight chair, child's wicker chair, rocker, wicker dresser, oak .commode stool, W-cane bottom, 2 porcelain top kitchen tool, sleigh bells, Copper wash boiler, coffee kraut cutter, numerous pictures and 2 copper tea kettles, pair brass carved pipe w-case, oil lamps - pressed flat irons, horse weight, crocks and crock scale, cutting boards, folding screen, including blown, pressed and hand bottles, antique china dishes. MODERN w-Westminster chimes, matching sofa Magnavox console color T.V., Magnavox maple dining table w-4 chairs, large 4 glass w-bookcase headboard, 8 ladder back Rush seat cedar wardrobe, single 4-poster sofa, corner desk, metal typing table, kit- block top, blanket chest, pair end table w-4 chairs, smoking machine w-small matching stand, all Channel hack chair, 2 upholstered chair w-Rush seat, Laz-E-Boy recliner, 12' x 30' wool gold carpet w-pad, 12' x 15' room sized and area rugs, some w-pads; and white G.E.T.V., large collection of Brochures available upon request. P.O. Box 430, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414. Public Meeting Is Set On Regional Development Plan The second in a series of six public meetings on the Regional Development Plan will be conducted by J. R. Hawvermale executive director of the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council, Region 9, on May 23 at the Shepherdstown's Mens' Club. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and is being held to gain valuable citizen input into the objectives and priorities outlined in the Regional Development Plan. A slide program will outline the major features of the plan and a question and answer session will follow. Other meetings will be held in Paw Paw, Berkeley Springs, Mar- tinsburg and Inwood. For further information setting of Syracuse china, complete set flatware for 12 w-chest, silver plate Sterling and Silver plated flatware and lamps, 1 floor; punch bowl set, set, set of Corelle ware, Coming ware, 3 Samsonite luggage set, 2 piece marble slab, Oriental style cabinet, bar case, wooden picnic benches, metal and folding porch chairs, almost new avocado Whirlpool 30" E. washer and dryer, Frigidaire Frost- freezer, G. E. chest freezer, 20 cubic feet; 2 window air conditioners, Olympia Hoover upright vacuum, shop small metal boxes, electric clocks, electric fondue pot, 2 electric skillets, , electric coffee pot, waffle iron, crock pot, oven, popcorn popper and irons, misc. Several radios, 2 ironing boards, Christ- Portable Coca Cola cooler, 4 fireplace 3 sets of andirons, ice skates table lamps, jewelry, 2 foot step table linens and towels, AMF riding lawnmower, electric table fan, numerous , glasses, silverware, mirrors, records and tools and jars. VERY LITTLE JUNK -- Nothing removed until settled for. "Ned" Morrow. 267-4949 J. Wayne Hollida Irene T. Hollida Co-Executors of the Estate of Leota V. Snyder, Deceased Not responsible for accidents Lunch rights reserved. May 18-It contact the Region 9 office at 121 West King Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. 25401. District Meeting Is Attended By E. P. Eagle Forum Has Initial Meet The Eastern Panhandle chapter of Eagle Forum held its first meeting in Harpers Ferry on April 25. Mrs. Lela Gardner, President of the local chapter, opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. The by-laws of the organization was read and adopted. Eagle Forum is a national organization founded by Mrs. Phyllis Schlafly of Alton, Illinois, as an alternative to the women's movement. Members of Eagle Forum support a firm belief in God, home and country. They support the family as the basic unit of society with certain rights and responsibilities, and the rights of individuals as guaranteed in the U.S. Con- stitution. Members of Eagle Forum oppose the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment and are working in a fair and provisions of this article" - resulting in more federal control over the entire life span of the American people. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, already in existence, enforces the provisions of the acts. Thirty-eight states must ratify the Equal Rights Amendment by March of 1979. State legislators rushed the amendment through the first thirty states without 'hearings, debates nor op- portunity for citizens to fully understand the provisions of the amendment -- an issue ad- vocating federal control over the private lives of the American people without appropriate knowledge and awareness by the people would be irresponsible for the country. Since then, only five additional states have ratified in four years. Four responsible manner to defeat an states have voted to rescind the additional seven year extension amendment. for the ratification of the With less than a year amendment, remaining of the seven ap- Section 1 of the Equal Rights portioned for ratification, two Amendment states - "Equality bills -- H.J. Res 638 and H.R. of rights under thelaw shall not 9703 have already been in- he denied or abridged by any troduced in the House of state on account of sex." This Representatives for extension of clever play on words guarantees another seven for nothing that is not already acted "into law" through the Civil Rights Act-Title VII passed in 1964 prohibiting discrimination in employment on the basis of race, sex, religion or national origin, the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972 barring sex discrimination in hiring, pay or promotions, Executive Order 11375 passed in 1967 requires government contractors to in- clude Women in affirmative action plans, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act of guarantees to Women the right to credit, the Education Amendments of 1972 gives Women better educational op- portunities, the Age Discrimination Act of 1967 protects persons between ages 40 and 65 from discrimination in employment, the Equal Pay Act of 1963 prohibits discrimination in payments of wages because of SeX. Section 2 of the amendment states "The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the Petersburg on May 6. Along with Commander Glen Knott were seven members and Auxiliary President Beverly Jones was accompanied by six members. Along with the regular district business, the election of new officers took place. Beverly years ratification. Senator Birch Bayh intends to introduce a bill in the Senate when the House corn- its work on H.J. 638, The small minority of ERA proponents -- pushing for ratification -- are resorting to such drastic measures as economic boycotting of unratified states. If the issue is one supported by the majority, would so many years and such devious tactics be necessary for ratification? Membership dues for the local chapter of Eagle Forum is $1.00 and anyone interested in joining can contact Mrs. Douglas Evans, secretary-treasurer, Orchard Hills or Mrs. Lela Gardner. To Speak At A. L. Auxilianj District Spring Conference PETERSBURG -- Mrs. Richard J. "Emogene" Kirkland, of Huntington, statewide president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of West Virginia, will address the organization's annual Second District Spring Conference Sunday, May 21, at the Legion Home. Grant Unit 78 will host the Conference. The one-day affair is slated to get underway at 9:30 a.m. with a coffee hour and registration. A business session is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. and a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. The afternoon business session will begin at 1:30 p.m. Reservations Chairman is Mrs. Nancy Brill, 309 Pierpont Street, Petersburg, W. Va., 26847. Cost of luncheon, $3.50, Presiding' is Mrs. Patricia Kessel of Keyser, Second District President. The Second District is made up of 22 individual Units with a grand total of 1,487 Legion Auxiliary members. Units are located in the "Mountain State" cities of Ownership Change Madinsburg Radio Station To Be June 1 Effective June 1, 1978, the ownership and management of Martinsburg radio stations WEPM (AM) and WESM (FM) will be assumed by Elektra Broadcasting Corporation of West Virginia, Inc., of which Charles E. Thornton, Sr., is president. According to G. Leslie Golliday, present owner and operator of the station, the new ownership will continue to use the goods, services, licenses, etc., which the stations have used in the past under Golliday's ownership and management. MRS. KIRKLAND Morgantown, Martinsburg, Elkins, Franklin, Keyser, Philippi, Piedmont, Kingwood, Berkeley Springs, Moorefield Charles Town, Petersburg, Romney, Durbin, Pickens Shepherdstown, Paw Paw Kirby, Ridgeley and Terra Alta. Heart Fund Walk June 4 The Jefferson County Heart Association, under the direction of Robert D. Ott, will sponsor a walk for the Heart Fund on Sunday, June 4, starting at 1:30 p.m. at Heck's parking lot. The walk will proceed down Route 340 via frontage road to bottom of Alstadt's Hill at Wilt's Fruit Stand where it will turn and come back through Halltown which is a distance d 10 miles. All people are urged to get interested persons tosponoor them for a certain amount per mile. All money collected will go towards the research of heart disease and treatment. Heart disease is the Number 1 killer in West Virginia as well as in the nation. Information can be obtained at Ott's Business Service, 112 E. Washington Street, Charles Town. All churches are being asked to lend a hand and those who respond will have the necessary forms. i i i CALL FOR US YOUR CONCRETE MIX We Handle All Concrete Jobs Professionally CARPORTS * PATIOS * DRIVEWAYS SIDEWALKS * BASEMENT FLOORS POURING- FINISHING FREE TURF CONCRETE Estimates PRODUCTS Division of Turf Enterprises Ph. 72S-7612or 725-9233 Charles Town, W.Va. Room Air Conditioner / Mamnri=l Pad 1E99 Jones was elected president of u,mw.,u, .ww, vv-,--- the 4th District. She is the REGULAR PRICE "f:=::: Jefferson County Memorial mother of four sons and the wife   din Orc ah rd Hills,Pst and Auxiliary attended a of Robert "Bob' Jones.Ranson.They i Closing 0ut Sale 00,00PR,CE$ 0 .95 yOU Holstein Dairy Cattle Farm Machinery -ai/[ _,,%% 40OO BTU's Discontinuing Dairying and Farming, I will sell the Model ATTO5FB ModeIAGTE194FB following at public auction located 3 miles South of Kear- REGULAR PRICE $379.95 SALE PRICE $359.95 9700--BTU's  %'% i REGULAR PRICE 479.95 SALE PRICE $454.95 18000 BTU's Model__. AD51gBB neysville, W. Va., 1 mile North of Leetown, W. Va. -- turn off State Rt. 9 at KearneysviUe (follow signs.) FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1978 Sale Begins At 10:00 A.M. 31 -- HEAD HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE --31 Consisting of -- 18 cows full flow of milk, 3 cows to freshen by sale day, 7 cows to freshen 60-90 days, 3 springing heifers. FARM MAClllNERY Int. 574 diesel tractor; Farmall 350 Diesel tractor; Int. No. 1850 Loader, Int. No. 350 Forage Harvester; Farm Hand No. 200 Power box wagon; D. B. flatbed wagon, N.I. No. 7 corn picker; M. F. 7 ft. mower; N. H. No. 273 hay baler, John Deere hay rake; McCormick Deering grain drill, McDeering Disc harrow; McDeering manure spreaders, McDeering cult. ; Case 3 bot. plow; J.D.S.T. Harrow, field sprayer, 3 land drags, scraper blade; baler twine. DAIRY EQUIPMENT DeLaval pipeline milkers, compressors, 3 units washup tank, 400 gal. Girton milk tank, 200 gal. DeLaval milk tank 3 ton teed tank. TERMS OF SALE--CASH--Nothing to be removed until settled for. GEORGE M. DEMORY Auctioneer: Edward "Ned" Morrow Clerk: Charles E. Ware 2674949 Not Responsible for any accidents on premises. May 11-2t REGULAR PRICE $169.95 SALE PRICE $154.95 b._. REGULAR PRICE $299.95 SALE PRICE $279.95 ii i i, i i OTHER SIZES AVAILABLE UP TO 23,600 INS TA LLA TION I I I I I I IIII II CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725.2975 TANE SALES .......... SUPER CORP. 116 EAST WASHINGTON STREET EXTRA