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16 SPIRITOF JEFFERSON Farmer's'ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1978 Crowned Junior Miss America Miss Toschia Spriggs, shown above, daughter of Mrs. Sharon Spriggs, of Harpers Ferry, was crowned Betty Lou's Junior Miss America of 1978 at the June Dance Recital presented by students of Betty Lou's Dance Studio at Jef- ferson High School for the benefit of the school's library fund. Toschia received a crown, cap, engraved loving cup, arm bouquet, 8 by 10 color photo, studio luggage, a $25.00 Savings Bond, and miscellaneous gifts, including a one-year dance scholarship. Betty Lou's Dance Studio has been in operation in Jefferson County since 1960, and prior to that Betty Lou Cavalier operated three studios in Frederick, Md. Recitals are always for a special benefit, and this year's show marks the fifteenth year the benefit has been for a special need in Jefferson County schools. Toschia is the 18th Junior Miss America crowned by Betty Lou. Ron Free Named First Full Time Executive Of Business Alliance Metro Director Howard Kenney of the National Alliance of Business has announced the appointment of Ron Free as the first full-time Account Executive of NAB for the local Tri-Valley area, which includes Washington and Frederick Counties in Maryland; Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley Counties in West Virginia; and Win- chester and Frederick County in Virginia. The National Alliance of Business is a partnership of business, labor, government and education working to provide jobs and related manpower training for disadvantaged persons, Vietnam veterans, needy youth, and ex-offenders. Increased Tri-Valley activity gave rise to the newly created CETA funded position. As Ac- count Executive, Ron will call on local businesses in an effort to expand NAB's mission and thereby increase the number of jobs available for the "hard-core Unemployed." In Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley Counties alone, during the first nine months of fiscal year 1978, forty-eight par- ticipating companies have hired 163 Economically Disad- vantaged persons, 10 Ex- Offenders, 57 Veterans and 230 Youth for a total of 460 placements. Although a significant number, 33 percent of the area companies have yet to take part in the program. The presence of a full-time Account Executive will better enable NAB to contact those valuable business sector resources who are not yet participating in an attempt to help relieve employment related community problems. Free was a member of the U.S. Air Force, serving various U.S. bases and Thailand. A graduate of Eisenhower College, Seneca Falls, N.Y., he received a BA. degree in a Personalized Con- centration. Ron is a musician-song writer currently performing c0n- temporary easy listening music as a solo artist. He was formerly a band member with Don Barnes and the Countrymen Show and Damion and the Classics. A native of Thurmont, Md., Ron now lives in Hagerstown. Advisory members in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia include: Jefferson County: Board -- Raymoid Frazier, Conrad Hammann, Bradley Nash, Charles Reininger, George E. Vickers, and Leland D. Wagner; account executiyes, Carl Mc- Cormick and Watt Ritter. Berkeley County : Board -- William Clohan, Robert Elins, James L. Hamilton, Phyllis McDowell, Ernest J. Moessner, Richard W. Nicholas, Harold Pickens, William Ring, Victor A. Roberts, Jr., Robert A. Sanders, Ray Sencindiver, James C. Smith, Charles Willard; account executives, Ed D. Buckingham, Mike Gallagher, Wendell Greene, George Harker and Bill Morgan. Morgan County: Board -- Carol Hollandsworth, Gary Hollandsworth, Walter Pellish; account executive, Kendra Boham. Gypsy Moth Eradication Underway CHARLESTON, W. VA. -- Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass announced today that the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture USDA, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the W. Va. Department of Agriculture WVDA, will join in a cooperative program to eradicate the gypsy moth along a section of the Appalachian Trail located in Loudoun County, Va., near the West Virginia line. The first larva was found in June; but during July, Virginia and West Virginia plant pest specialists found the first evidence that the adult gypsy moth was emerging in Virginia along a section of the hiking trail which is within 500 feet of West Virginia. Last year inspectors from USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service APHIS, and the WVDA had multiple catches of adult male gypsy moths in the vicinity of this year's find. Multiple catches in an area such as this one, Kiwanians Give Check To Park In the above picture Rick Harris, chairman of the park breakfast for the Charles Town Kiwanis Club, is shown presenting Ernest Houser, president of Jefferson Memorial Park with a check for $633.47, proceeds of the annual break- fast in the park. Start Kelly, who was very in- strumental in the success of the all-day festival in the park is standing in the center. Robert D. Ott, chairman of the all day festival announced that over $2400 was raised, a record for one day. which is well removed from a known area of infestation, in- dicate the possibility that a small infestation may have been established prior to this year. Several male moths have been captured this summer in detection traps placed at 100-foot intervals near the area of in- festation. Each trap is baited with a sex attractant called Disparlure which puts out a scent that mimics that of the clude spraying of the infested area next spring. Three flights by air at ten-day intervals will cover an area of 20,000 acres of private hardwood forests that run 6 miles north, 4 miles south, and 11/2 miles east and west of the infestation. Estimated cost of the operation will be about $150,000, with the two states sharing equally in matching funds with the USDA. contractural agreements with department -- Bethany, added this year, Concord, Fairmont State, Glenville State, Parkersburg Community College, Marshall University, Shepherd, Southern West Virginia Community College, West Virginia State and West Virginia University. Specifically, Shepherd College at Shepherdstown will receive from the welfare department $65,442. The school will match that with $21,814, raising the total contribution to $87,256. The reasoning behind the contribution is that many students taking part in the program will become social workers in the state of West Virginia. Apple Days To Be Hancock Canal Held Sept. 15.16 dancing event will round out the evening. Also on Saturday at 10 a.m., local crafts and arts will be demonstrated and on display throughout the streets of the town. The Canal-Apple Harvest Parade will begin at 11 a.m. and all day along the C & 0 Canal wagon rides, rural craftspeople and theatre productions about life on the Canal will be taking place. At 3 p.m. a Revolutionary and Civil War Concert will be presented in the park. The Merchants street dance, spaghetti dinner at the high school from 4-8 p.m. and finally the applebutter dance at the American Legion will climax the festival. Dennis Jenkins Enlists In Regular Air-Force Dennis S. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Jenkins, of Shepherdstown, has enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, according to The Canal-Apple Festival in S-Sgt. Leon Johnson, Air Force Hancock, Md., will he held Recruiter at the Frederick Towne Mall, Frederick, Md. September 15-16. Beginning at 6 i P.m. on Friday, September 15, Upon successfully completing with a country fair atmosphere the Air Force's six-weeks basic at the Grange Community Show in the Hancock Intermediate School, and continuing through the spaghetti dinner and ap- plebutter dance on Saturday, September 16, the two day event, presented for the third time, will bring together a variety of joyful reasons to celebrate the harvest season of apples in Western Washington County. Redmen of Tribe No. 84 and the Tribe of Pocohantas will set up camp on Tonoloway Creek beginning on Friday evening and demonstrate the life-style of the Indians that lived in the Hancock area. On Saturday an apple cooking contest from noon till 5 p.m. will he held, judged and on display in the Hancock Intermediate School. Music and a square military training at Air Force Base, receive training in specialist career area graduate of School. He will be toward an associate applied sciences Community College Force other Air Force training school's. A New Mexico studying sex duced several effe ers and a strain ol lay two eggs a day. d Researcher Davi mixed the female trogen with chickens, producing white leghorn hens tently lay two eggs ad only trouble is the don't have any The research, at State University, also nine "'roost short combs, with normal roosters. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Pursuant to Section 46-9-504 of the West Virginia Commercial Code, The Bank of Charles Town, Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va., will to the highest bidder on September 2, 1978, at 10:00 the Bank's parking lot, the following re Yamaha Motorcycle, 500cc, Serial No. 371013166. The sale of the above described 1973 Yamaha will be made WITHOUT WARRANTY. The Bank the right (1. to bid at public sale, 2. to reject bids at sale, and 3. to continue such sale to any other time set forth herein.) The 1973 Yamaha Motorcycle to be sold may be at The Bank of Charles Town, 111 E. Washington Charles Town, W. Va. The terms of the sale shall be q hand at the time of sale. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN 111 E. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 Aug. 24-1t flightless female moth. The artificial attractant and close proximity of the traps are designed to confuse the male moth so he does not find a female moth; thus, mating is reduced or prevented. It is in the larval stage that the gypsy moth does its damage through repeated defoliation to oaks and other trees. Since this insect was first discovered, it has adapted well and established a reputation as a defoliator of entire forests. At present the insect's range includes much of New England and the Middle Atlantic States. Since 1968 Virginia has ex- perienced several small in- festations known or suspected of being created by the importation of egg masses on mobile homes, trailers and recreational vehicles. In each case, plant pest specialists have been able to eradicate the insect. Representatives of the two states and the USDA have met in Morgantown to begin planning a program to eradicate the gypsy moth in this section of the Ap- palachian Trail. The tentative cooperative program will in- $1 Million To State Colleges To Aid Students The West Virginia Depart- ment of Welfare's support to colleges and universities in the state has topped $1 million for the first time, according to Welfare Commissioner Leon H. Ginsburg. Under the plan, the depart- ment cooperates with in- stitutions of higher learning to help strengthen associate, baccalaureate and masters degree programs in the field of social work. This academic year, 1978-79, the department's commitment amounts to $1,072,830, which is $256,450 more than last year's figure. Statewide, ten schools have NOTICE OF PUBLICHEARING Please take notice that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, September 26, 19", P.M., in the office of the Jefferson County Planning Commission, located on th Court House Annex, 104 East Washington Street, in the City of Charles Town, to comments on the folloWing final plat which has been submitted to the Planning apporoval: Type of Name of Title of Location Subdivision Subdivider Plat Type II River View River View Estates, Estates Ltd. Within a mile east of Bakerton on the west side of Rt. 28 about 0.2 miles north of jct. @ with Route 30 All persons and governmental units having an interest in said proposed project are attend this hearing and make their comments known. The Planning Commission fileS divisions may be reviewed at any time during normal business hours. By Count Henry B. Aug. 24-1t CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE NOW OPEN IN CHARLES TOWN Dr. George F. Rullo and Dr. Michael A. Santone, Chiropractors who now operate the Family Chiroprac- tic Center of Martinsburg have opened an additional office in Charles Town. The Charles Town Chiropractic Center is located on the second floor of the Professional Building at 114 W. Washington Street. The new office will be staffed full time by Dr. Rullo and a chiropractc assistant. Dr. George F. Rullo Straight Chiropractor Dr. Rullo attended Manhattan College in New York City, received his Doctor of Cliropractic degree in 1976 at the Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in Spartanburg, S. C., and was the recipient of the B. J. Palmer Chiropractic Philosophy Distinction at graduation. He is currently a member of the Federations of Straight Chirolraetie organizations, the West Virginia Straight Chiropractic Fellowship, and is current of- ricer in the Eastern Panhandle Chiropractic Society. TRUE HE,MTH IS THE CONDITION WHICH EXISTS WHEN ALL OF THE ORGANS AND PATS OF THE BODY WORK TOGETHER IN COORDINATION AND HARMONY. THE NERV- OUS SYSTEMS (BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD) IS THE MASTER CONTROLLER AND CO-ORDINATOR OF ALL BODY FUNCTION, THE CHIROPRACTOR, BY KEEPING THE NERVOUS SYSTEM FREE FROM ANY INTERFERENCE DUE TO MISPLACED SPINAL BONES, SIMPLY ALLOWS M BODY'S NATURAL HEALING ABILITY TO FUNCrlON AT ITS MAXIMUM . . . THUS KEEPING RESISTANCE HIGH AND MAINTAINING HEALTH NATURALLY. Professional Bldg. 114 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. 25414 Hours By Appointment HAVE YOUR SPINE CHECKED REGULARLY I CHI Telephone (304) 725. 4415 !ili   i!il ii iii :iiiii: ) i !i i .:.:. i: ( *Limited to colors in our Styleline color line.