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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE I J THURSDAY, JULY 27,1978 Kinder Attended Seminar Students. In Morpntown ! counselor at in relation to Federal Law P. L. School, was 94-142 and the West Virginia from across Delivery Process for the who gathered in placement of special education July 17-21 for a students. seminar in "School Numerous Presenters were for the Special heard on such subjects as the The seminar was West Virginia Special Education by the West Delivery Process, charac- Department of teristics of exceptional Division of Special populations, i. e. learning and Student Support disabilities, behaviorally and West Virginia disordered, mentally retarded Y, Department of and gifted, the individualized Guidance and education plan, role of the and Department counselor and school Education. psychologist, role of the coun- Y topic was the role selor and learning disabilities in working with teacher, assessment and test leachers and parents interpretation, use of com- munity resources, and recent court cases. Also discussed were due process procedures, techniques for classroom management and methods of consulting with parents and teachers of ex- ceptional children. The educators also visited the West Virginia University Lab School for exceptional children. NOTICE TO )F VIRGINIA hereby given that in With Chapter 3, 3 of the Code Virginia 1931 as the following to the Constitution of West Virginia will z the November 7, Election Ballot. an amendment to of the State of lanning Group Discusses Plans :ten thereof, reducing percent to a simple number of votes approval of an school purposes of indebtedness of bonds by a of education; land designating such amendment; and a summarized i the purpose of such two thirds of all elected to each thereto: question of or rejection of an to the Constitution of West Virginia to the voters at the next general held in the year md nine hundred which proposed that section ten be levy and bond hding any other constitution to the maximum and allocated I tax levies on the of property for public schools in any school  Period not to exceed i in an amount not percent of rates, if such in the by law, by at votes cast the same. any other constitution to the maximum for tax levies by on the several may be used purposes; required for payments indebtedness, contracted, not Per centum on the property to he ascer. with e, shah Bardane Road The Jefferson County Plan- ning Commission, meeting in regular session Tuesday evening, discussed the highway situation developing at the junction of U.S. Route 9 and State Secondary 8 at Bardane with the Concerned Taxpayers of Jefferson County. The discussion was a general one, dealing primarily with the type of improvement needed to provide a safe intersection at the site, with Route 8 leading to the new fruit research center, the new county health center and the industrial park. There could be no conclusions reached because the West Virginia Department of High- ways, while it has surveyed the situation, has released no plans; nor has any money been set aside for the improvement. In other actions, the com- mission approved three com- munity impact statements...for Tuscawilla Hills, West Cavaland and Walnut Hills. The West Cavaland statement carried the condition that there be clarification of the status of roads providing access to the development. Also given a final okay was the Oak Tree East subdivision near Uvilla. maximum same proper- rates several classes ding the this a vote of county board contract in- bonds for as when sub- he people ef manner question of and approved by a VOtes cast for Same. That in provisions three thirty- proposed 2" and "School Levy the proposed as the State county and bya votes cast Same., And the commission decided to turn over to Jefferson County 'Prosecutor Robert Skinner the case of Dorsey Dunlap, of the Blue Ridge Mountain area, Who, without a permit, placed a home home without permission fro the health department. The com- mission noted that it's notices to Dunlap had been ignored. Ferrfs Hislodcal Association Meets This Evening 7:30 The board of directors of the Harpers Ferry Historical Association will meet this evening at 7:30 in the first floor class room at the Mather Training Center. Executive secretary Paul R. Lee, El, also noted that following the directors meeting and beginning promptly at 8:30, all members of the association and the general public are invited to hear Scott Carpenter, National Park Service archaeologist, present an illustrated talk, with slides, on the findings resulting from archaeological in- vestigations at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Charles Town Lions Will Host District Cabinet Meeting The Char'los Town Lions Club will host the first District Governor Cabinet meeting on July 29th and 30th .at the Lions Center. The Lions and their Lionesses will be entertained at the Charles Town Turf Club on Saturday, July 29th A race will be named and a trophy presented to the winner of that race in honor of the Lions Club. On Sunday, July 30th, the Lionesses will he entertained with a brunch at the home of Lioness Ester Via. The Lions will be at the Lions Center at- tending the cabinet, meeting. A lunch will be served at the center for all Lions and Lionesses who attend the two-day affair. Serious crime in 1977 drop- ped 4 per cent in nation. House kills campaign fund limit. Jacl Dempsev fought only 138 minutes as world cham- pion. During that time he made $2,137,000-or $15,000 per minute, Mrs, Minnie Ballenger Honored On 82nd Birthday With Party Family ancl friends helped Mrs. Minnie Ballenger of Norborne Nursing Home in Martiasburg to celebrate her 82nd birthday at Jefferson Memorial Park in Charles Town. A picnic lunch was enjoyed by everyone. The birthday cake was.baked by her daughter, Mrs. Laura Alger of Braddock Heights, Md. Those attending were her daughters, Mrs. Harland An- derson, of Ranson; Mrs. Marguerite Musser, of Hyatt- sville, Md.; Mrs. Richard Carroll, of Bethesda, Md., and Mrs. Laura Alger; son-in-law, Mr. Harland Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ballenger; grand- children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Rickard of Ransom; Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anderson and Wayne Anderson, Barbara Spaulding, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nicewarner, Mr..and Mrs. Harvey Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alger; great- grandchildren, Bruce, Cindy and Cheryl Anderson, Bill Nicewarner, Jr., and Marcie Carper; Tabitha Briggs and Candice Briggs; Michelle and Tara Alger; nieces and nephews, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rutherford, Ann Rinaldi, Mrs. Jinnie Kisner, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfiam Henry, Mrs. Mildred Lanham, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and Mrs. Eleanor Markle, Doris Stotler and grandson; Mrs. Charles Stotler, Jr., and daughters, Mrs. Cecil Rickard, Mrs. Glenda Lickey, Mr. and Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Gladys Lloyd, Bill Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Breeden, Jeff Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Whittington and Helen and Tony Trice, friends from Bethesda, Md. She received many nice gifts. and would like to thank everyone for attending. Extension Services Program Designed To Slow Insect Losses West Virginia farmers are said that a fair number of being offered a new program by European corn borer has been the West Virginia University found in Jefferson County, but Extension Offices...a scouting notenough at the present time to service that is designed to spot cause too much concern, or even i insect infestation early enough consider spraying to eliminate to prevent extensive damage, the pests. ! Steve Washburn, Jefferson However, Washburn warned County agricultural extension that the second generation of agent, said the program is being European corn borer, scheduled utilized on a small scale in this, to develop within the next four its first year of operation, weeks, might provide a large Here's hew it is designed to enough infestation to create operate. Participating farmers problems. And he suggested pay a set fee for acres scouted by farmers keep a weather eye on trained representatives from the this possibility for the next three extension service, recruited during the summer from nearby colleges, primarily Shepherd College in this Eastern Panhandle. These Scouts will be taught to discover the presence, and measure the impact, of such insects as the European corn ! borer; the Fall army worm, the alfalfa weevil and the potato leaf hopper. The prime purpose is early detection so that the farmer may take the proper steps in con- trolling the pests before ex- l tensive damage occurs froth the infestations. Full details are available at the extension offices in Charles Town, in the court house building; and in Martinsburg, in Berkeley County. In the meantime, Washburn FROZEN VEGETABLE & FRUIT SALE Must Be Picked Up At This Store AUG. 30, 1978 r- SOU1HERN STATES* -I CHA RLES TO WN CO-UP Enioy "Fresh Off The Form" Fruits & Vegetables All Year Long . . And Sovel SOY THE FINEST FROZEN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. ALL THE BEST QUALITY AVAiLABLE, .. ALL FRESH PICKED AND QUICK FROZEN TO LOCK IN THE NATURAL GOOD TASTE OF FRESH PICKED PRODUCE. AND ALL READY FOR HOME PROCESSING. | i ' i Ready For Canning or Freezing 4 gal. can 38 Ibs. SALES PRICE MY ORDER Pizza Slices (Cheese 50 -3 oz. Case) ................................ $11.90 Sour Pitted Cherries in Sugar- 30 Ibs ............................. 26.35 Dark Sweet Pitted Cherries in Sugar-26 Ibs ......................... 19.70 Sliced Strawberries in Sugar. 30 Ibs ............................... 19.75 Purple Pitted Plums in Sugar. 301bs ............................... 15.25 Sliced Peaches in Sugar- 30 Ibs ........................................ 15.70 Blueberries No Sugar- 20 Ibs ........................................... 24.15 Red Raspberries No Sugar. 28 Ibs ................................. 27.15 Blackberries No Sugar- 28 Ibs ........................................ 28.60 Apples Sliced in Sugar- 30 Ibs ......................................... 15.15 Rhubarb No Sugar- 28 Ibs ............................................. 11.35 Pineapple Crushed No Sugar. 28 Ibs ................................ 16.70 Mixed Fruit- 20 Ibs ....................................................... 14.45 Peas 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. Ea.. 30 Ibs .................................. 15.80 Corn 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. Ea.. 30 Ibs ................................ 16.90 Green Beans, Cut, 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. Ea.- 30 Ibs ............ 17.00 Lima Beam (baby) 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. Ea.- 30 Ibs ........... 21.00 Ford Hook Limes, 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. EB.- 30 Ibs ............. 20.25 Mixed Vegetables 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. EB.- 30 Ibs.  .............. 18.25 Broccoli Spears- 12 Boxes 2 Ibs. Ea.- 24 Ibs ................... 16.65 Cauliflower 12 Boxes 2 ibs. Ea.- 24 Ibs ........................... 17.45 Sliced Mushrooms- 2/5 Ibs. Cartons .................................... 15.25 French Fries, Crinkle Cut (6/4 Ibs. Case) ........................ 12.35 Orange Juice Concentrate, 24/12 oz. Cans Case ............. 20.80 Grape Juice Concentrate, 24/12 oz. Cans Case ................ 16.55 Lemonade Concentrate, 24/12 oz. Cans Case .................. 11.00 Apple Juice Concentrate, 24/12 oz. Cans Case ................ 18.05 Whole Strawberries-20 Ibs. No Sugar ........ i ......................... 16.65 Hash Brown Potatoes 12-2 Ibs... ......................................... 10.80 Grapefruit Juice 24-12 oz. Case .......................................... 15.90 I I 1 I I I ] I I II MUST ORDER BY: AUG. 10,1978 NAME , ,, ADDRESS , PHONE , NONE SOLO WITHOUT ADVANCE ORDER IDid 725-2212- H. Mildred Stmt_.j After 1:OO P.M. AUG. 30, 1978 or more weeks. Washburn also noted the possibility of damage coming from the Fall army worm. Corn borer damage occurs primarily to the stalk of the plant. The stalk may be weakened and then be toppled by the wind or heavy rains. The borer will also attack the base of the ear of corn, causing it to break off and fall to the ground before it has fully developed. The Fall army worm will eat all the leaves off the corn and then attempt to devour the ear of corn itself. Washburn said that in- festations of the European corn borer have been reported in Clarke County, Va., and in Berkeley County, with more infestation in Clarke County than elsewhere. He suggested the use of Seven or Puradan Granules in com. hatting the pest. He also advised that farmers confer with the extension office or with qualified pesticide dealers before utilizing any spray. Farm spokesman for deregulation of gas and oil In recent remarks to the In- dependent Petroleum Association of America, American Farm Bureau President Allan Grant stated that continued regulation of domestic petroleum and natu- ral gas prices will retard produc- tion of those fuels causing problems for American agricul- ture. "Nothing-absolutely nothing -that the administration and Congress could do would provide more exploration and production incentive than complete deregu- lation of natural gas and crude oil prices," he told the group at its mid-year meeting. Grant also expressed opposi- tion to both vertical and horizon- tal divestiture, proposals to re- quire many oil firms to withdraw from subsidiary businesses in the IIIII II ,, All-gear drive gives you added workpower, saves gos. American-built. Handles 4' & 5' mowers. 12" plow, 32" ,48" snowblow. 4  dozer, Soles and Service I/3 ton loader log,splitter. See Finandn 9 Availoble our display today, R. ZACHGO and SONS 662-2768 Rt. 7 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Dennys Furniture same field or from businesses in associated fields. "Divestiture would further wreck present en- ergy production and would cause dangerous disruption in the flow of needed supplies," Grant said. NUCLEAR GENERATOR TOKYO-Japan has over- taken Britain as the world's second-largest nuclear power generator after the United States with a total capacity of more than 10 million kilowatts. the Ministry of International Trade and Industry reported. ON DRUG REGULATION HEW Secretary Joseph Califano has urged Congress to approve a sweeping admin- istration rewrite of laws gov- erning the $15 billion pharma- ceutical industry. ON PRODUCTION Industries increased their output by a moderate 0.6 per cent in May, confirming ex- pectations of slower economic growth this summer, the go- ernment reports. DEVELOPING EXPERTISE IN TRACTOR OPERATION is a major emphasis of the 4-H Petroleum Power Program. Con- ducted by the Cooperative Extension Service and sponsored by the Amoco Foundation, Inc., the program teaches members of 4-H that well-cared-for engines can provide fuel conservation and improved performance. HERE NOW AT Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Pizza Fresh Maryland Crabs In addition to our other Fine Italian Dishes LUNCHEON gad DINNER HOURS: TUES.-WED..THURS. 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM SUNDAY ! 2 to 10 PM CLOSED MONDAY FOR RESERVATIONS& CARRYOUT u 125- 3366 Pageant of Steam Friday, Saturday & Sunday JULY 28'29-30th 1 Mile West Of Berryville, Virginia on Route.7 sm gi, Stem Engines Threshers Stem Golllepn Shingle Mill 0il Pulls Balers Flea Markets Parades on Saturday and Sunday Horse Pulling Contest 6 p.m. Saturday Steam and Gas Models Old-Time Blacksmith" Shop Stem Model Tables under Reef Refreshments -. Free Porklntl 8konandoak PRESIDENT: Mr. in RIRer, 152 Linden Dr.,r, Va, 22601 m: (7o3) (.1s73 SECRETARY: M AJk 6dlon, 4N Ina.'tol St., W, V Phone: (703) M2.0023 treO1 FLEA MARKET CHAIRMAN: Nk: ! Oodm, 4tin Imperid ,, flihIM; V|. Phone: if03} 000023 22601 lloon, And ll#En An#Marion