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12 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1978 Fifty Apartments For Elderly Planned; Bid For Funds Made To FHA A fifty-unit apartment com- plex for the elderly will be constructed by the developers of the Patrick Henry Estates if it can get a $1 million dollar loan from the Farmers Home Ad- ministration. The preliminary plans, sub- mitted by Jefferson Associates, have already been approved by the Jefferson County Planning Commission. The plans show that the developers would construct 25 buildings in clusters of five. Each of the buildings would house a one-bedroom apart- ment, and consist of 658 square feet. Once completed, the apart- ments would be available to low income elderly with rents subsidized through the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development. The complex would be located on an 80-acre tract of land off U.S. Route 340 about three miles east of Charles Town. Tentative plans call for providing a community center for the elderly, possibly by renovating Sojourner's Inn, an old house still on the property. The developers, in seeking the loan from FHA said they will put $100,000 of their own money into the project. The application for funds was slowed down when members of the Region 9 Planning and Development council requested more in- formation on the project. Close Contest In Duplicate Bridge Close scores added to the summer heat in last Wed- nesday's duplicate bridge game at the Charles Town Civic Center. North-South were, First: Louise Ramey-Vin Catozella, followed by Fred Mayer-Craig Dodson, second, and in a tie for third, Sharland Trotter-Jennie Corbin and Polly Hauser-Harriet Hayes. East-West winners were: Nancy Roth-Judy Meier, first; Judge and Mrs. George Downing, second and Bruce Schroth-B. B. Butts, third. The weekly game starts at 745 and John Allen is the ACBL Director. Players in need of a partner may call 725-8320. Promote Donald Watson To Rank Staff Sergeant SAN ANTONIO -- The U.S. Air Force has promoted Donald F. Watson, son of Paul F. Watson, of RFD I, Kearneysville, to the rank of staff sergeant. Sergeant Watson is serving at Kelly AFB, Tex., as an outside wire and antenna maintenance repairman. The sergeant is a 1970 graduate of Charles Town Senior High School. His wife Teresa, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Turni, Kearneyville. NARFE To Hold Annual Picnic In Winchester Chapter 180, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, will hold its annual picnic at noon today at Kiwanis Shelter No. 1 in the Winchester, Va., Recreational Park. It will be a covered dish lunch with beverage, dessert and utensils to be provided by NARFE. All area Federal retirees are invited. For further information call Mrs. Mary Babbitt at 955-1545. Wardensville Ram Sale This Saturday The annual Performance Tested Ram Sale will be held at Reymann Memorial Farms in Wardensville, W. Va., Saturday, July 29, at 12:30 p.m. Suffolk, Dorset, Columbia and crossbred yearlings and ram lambs will be available. Prior to the sale, at 10 a.m., an educational program will be conducted. Demonstrations will include, the new Scanopreg machine to determine preg}ancy of ewes and a predator control fence, Hearing Screening Starts September 6 Jefferson Schools Hearing screening will be conducted by the county speech, hearing and language clinicians in Jefferson County Schools starting September 6, 1978. Pure tone sweep hearing screening will be done with grades K, 1, 3, 6, 10, new students and all special education students. Derby, getting underway at 8 p.m. Some 50 cars are expected to compete each night, with many local drivers vying for a share of the $600 in total purse money being offered. Those who wish to take part can pick up complete rules and entry forms at the fairgrounds office now. Except for the Army Blues, all shows will be presented rain or shine. Cub Scouts Are Questions regarding the IlAI, A TR RwMtm [ program can be directed to the [NlUi /lIGII UU00l Pupil Services Office, Jefferson Conty Board of Education. I If you think Cub Scouts are just boys attired in blue Hage00own Fair I unifrms playing g ames, there's more to it than that. Offers Variety Fine Attractions Entertainment and special attractions will be featured throughout the week at the 124th Great Hagerstown Fair, which opens Monday, August 7, and continues through Saturday, August 12. Several special days have also been designated this year. On Wednesday, August 9, the fair will observe Senior Citizens Day, with free admission granted to anyone over 65 years of age. The traditional Kiddies Day will be on Friday, August 11, when children will be admitted free until 6 p.m., with reduced rates on many rides. In addition to the continuous excitement on the midway, there will be a variety of special grandstand shows, all of which are free of extra charge to fairgoers. Leading off on opening night, Monday, August 7, the Army Blues, the jazz ensemble of the United States Army Band, will perform at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. Returning by popular demand on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m., will be Jack Kochman's Hell Drivers, one of the nation's top auto thrill shows. Horse pulling contests will be featured on Wednesday. The lightweight class, comprised of teams weighing under 3,200 pounds, will compete at 2 p.m., while the heavyweight division of teams over 3,200 pounds will be presented at 8 p.m. To top off the week, on Thursday, August 10, and again on Saturday, August 12, the free grandstand attraction will be Stoney Roberts' Demolition Shelby Newcome, Potomac District Cubbing Chairman and from Martinsburg, who has been close to the Scouting program for younger boys for many years, emphasizes the values of a home - centered place that involves boys and their parents, boys and their leaders and boys and their friends. "That's right" .she says, "parents sign the requirements as a Cub Scout advances, they participate in pack activities, and they provide leadership for the small group of boys in the neighborhood who form a den." There are 549 Cub Scouts in our three county area, Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan County, with 100 adults who are pack and den leaders and committee members. Cub Scouts are 8, 9, and 10 years of age, but a boy can join the pack in his neighborhood as soon as he has completed the second grade. Since boys were Cub Scouts in the early 1930's one feature has been the use of women to be Cubmaster and men to be den leaders. The Shenandoah Area Council provides many program materials, training service to the 17 Cub Scout packs in this area as a part of its operating budget. Funds for the budget come from the United Ways of Jefferson and Berkeley County and from the council's annual sustaining membership enrollment. Another part of the organization of Cub Scout Packs is the use of Scouts who serve as activities assistants in Cub Scout dens. These den chiefs are ap- pointed as Scout troop officers and are trained by the pack or by the troop's den chief coor- dinator, Neweome said. Blue Ridge Fire Unit Sponsoring Carnival The Blue Ridge Mountain Fire Unit will sponsor a carnival Monday, July 31, through Saturday, August 5, at the Blue [ Ridge Elementary School[ Grounds located on State Route [ 9, about five miles east of[ Charles Town. Rides and en-[ tertainment will be furnished by ] the Winchestel" Amusement' Company. The public is invited to attend and lend its support to the volunteer fire unit. U.S. blocks arms shipment destined for Ethiopia. The average is on about six I was looking for a NO CHARGE I III CHECKING tOW I'V6 00T at JEFFERSON SECURITY I was looking for a no-charge checking account that's free. This may sound.confusing, but a lot of "free" checking account plans have monthly charges. But not at Jefferson Security Bank. My checking account has no minimum charge, no monthly charge-only the actual cost of printing my checks is passed on to me. You can't get much freer than that! Bank MEMBER F.D.I.C. TELEPHONE 876-2501  .... NEWBERRY'$ AT B ONA NZ,A D A Y $A L CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. STEREO CONSOLES by E00nIC. one reef coupon me town $ 1[ 59.00 Eleotrophonl 22" Contemporary Stereo Wall Unit in Walnut Finish Total, Solid-State AM/FM Stereo Receiver Advanced, 8-Track Stereo Tape Player Professional, BSR Record Changer with Diamond Stylus and Cue/Pause Control Built-in Stereo Speaker System Speaker Matrix for 4-Channel Sound with addition of 2 optional speakers Tinted Dust Cover Included Catalog No. SKTC376 30" Early-American Style Stereo Dry-Sink This authentic "dry-sink" cabinet in pine color finish houses a total entertainment center, Behind the sculptured doors are precision stereo components including: Deluxe, Solid-State AM/FM Stereo Radio Professional. 3-Speed BSR Record Changer with Diamond Stylus and Cueing Control Advanced. 8-track Tape Player Built-in. Side-firing Audio System featuring (2) 8 .... Duocone" Speakers Built-in AM and FM Antennas Built-in AFC for drift-free FM reception "Point-A-Matic" Station indicators -- twin light emitting diodes (LED's) that indicate which station is being played Automatic or Manual Tape Program Selection ' FM Stereo and Tape Program Indicator Lights Headphone Jack for private listening Equipped wlth Speaker Matrix for 4-Channel Sound with addition of 2 optional speakers FCC Data Model No. 3025 THURSDA Y, FRIDA Y & SA TU WIDE DRAWING PLUS BONUS .E00nlc. SPECIALs247.00 SALE! ! COUPONS WITH EACH DOLLAR PURCHASED mine_a_! Electrophonic Advanced AM-FM Stereo Radio/PhonoJTape System Catalog No. TY22267 This 22 inch wide "high-boy" music center is the addition to our studio center line. The eye-level faced in satin white metal, features an AI complete with integrated 8-track tape player. there's a deluxe record changer and built-in tape Ebony black, vedically panelled speaker grill is at brushed satin metal trim. See through dust cover FCC Data Model No. U2230. Dependable "TenTech Circuitry" Solid-State AM-FM Stereo Receiver Delux6 Automatic Record Changer with Cue/Pause Control Integrated 8-TrackTape Player  i Stereo "Duocone" Speaker System 4-Chqnnel Speaker Matrix $1DE WA LK SA