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COMMUNITY Culpeper Star Exponent PAGE 2B (From left) Jonathan Smith, John Mark Balderton, Michae. Hitt, Allen Jenkins, Cheryl Smith (not pictured Peggy Hitt). Scouts visit Mt. Vernon On Sunday, Nov. 22, wolf and pledge of allegiance, the reading of bear dens of Cub Scout Pack 168 George Washington's prayer for his participated in a wreath-laying country, and the laying of the ceremony at George Washington's wreath at George Washington's tomb at Mt.

Vernon. tomb. After the ceremony the boys and their families enjoyed a tour of The ceremony consisted of the Mt. Vernon and the grounds. (From left) Allen Jenkins, Justin Jenkins (not pictured Ronnie Jenkins, Joyce Jenkins.

American Boychoir next Community Concert Community Concert Association members, who have seen and heard the Glen Miller Orchestra and the Shanghai Acrobats and Dance Theatre perform in Culpeper in recent months, have a lot more entertainment ahead of them. Next on the association's 1992-93 schedule at Culpeper High School is the American Boychoir talented boys aged 9 to 14, from throughout the country, who attend a noted Princeton, N.J., choir school. The group has been featured on TV and radio, in recordings, and in appearances in 25 countries. Its Culpeper performance will be at 8 p.m. Friday, Jan.

29. On a reciprocal basis, ticketholding association members may attend concerts offered by other associations in Fairfax and Manassas. Organist Richard Morris performs in Manassas' new Stonewall Jackson High School at 8 p.m. Jan. 25.

In Fairfax High School, the Russian State Chorus appears at 3 p.m. Jan. 24 (substituting for an originally scheduled chorus from Yugoslavia) and the Moscow Balalaikas at 8 p.m., Jan. 30. The next concert-series performance at Culpeper High School will be chamber music offered at 3 Continued from Page 1B hanging over our heads.

A couple of minutes later Bill and company would stroll over to the exact location that the gang of journalists had staked out, leaving me waiting on the risers to twiddle my thumbs and look silly. The pictures I've presented here today are the last set of shots I feel are worth showing the press buses, the Clintons, the Gores, to the U.S. News and World Report photographer Charles Archambault calling his wife in Maryland from the basement of the Culpeper Baptist Church. I got to watch the back of cartoonist Gary Trudeau's head as it SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1993 Library has tax forms and info By Barbara Ecton 825-8691 Even though be an eternity know it the dreaded rive- and our will be due. For many of us, the forms that arrive in the mail (or for some of us, the forms that did not arrive in the mail) will not be adequate, and we will need to April 15 seems to away, before we day will arincome tax returns Ecton obtain additional Judd marries Tracey Lane Judd and Dean Scott Martin were united in marriage in a double-ring, candlelight service at Stevensburg Baptist Church on Nov.

27, 1992. The 7 p.m. ceremony was officiated by Rev. Philip Walker. Karie Hunt, of Culpeper, served as the maid of honor for the bride.

Dean Martin, father of the groom, served as best man. Mrs. Martin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Judd of Culpeper.

She is a 1991 graduate of Culpeper County High School. Mr. Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Martin of Spotsylvania.

He i is a 1991 graduate of Cortland High School. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the bride and groom in the fellowship hall of the church. forms or information to meet special requirements, or to take specific deductions. The Culpeper Town and County Library serves as a distribution point for Federal and Virginia Tax forms. Each year, in January, we set aside one table in the library for free distribution of the schedules, forms, and instruction books provided us by the IRS.

We also work with the Commissioner of Revenue's Office to make Virginia forms available here. This year the library has a good supply of the basic forms -the 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, and Bridal Martin Mr. and Mrs. Dean Scott Martin Editor's Note: Wedding announcements are a public service, must be submitted to the paper along with the name and phone number of a contact person no later than 6 p.m. Tuesday, and a fee is required for printing photos 1040X- as well as approximately 20 other special forms.

The library had Schedules A-F, and also SE. We also have various instructions to help with the task. To help answer tax-related questions, the library has a reference set of "Tax Information Publications." We also have a circulating copy of "Your Federal Income Tax." The Internal Revenue Service maintains a toll-free telephone number (1-800-829-1040) to answer you more specific tax questions. That number is prominently displayed in the library. If you can't find the forms you need, you may call 1-800-829-3676 to receive forms by mail.

The tax materials in the library are organized so that you can help yourself to the information. Library staff are available to help you locate forms and booklets, but we cannot answer tax-related questions. Only the IRS or persons with special training should attempt to answer specific tax-related questions. Although the library has a wide range of forms available, there are forms and schedules that we do not have. Less frequently-used forms are available in a reproducible format.

The library's copy of reproducible forms is available at the circulation desk. If the form that you require is available in this format, then the librarian will assist you by copying the pages needed for 25 cents a page. Access to these forms is limited to library staff only. Although the library cannot make the filing of the tax forms more fun, at least we may be able to ease some of the frustration when you cannot find the required forms, or the necessary information about how to fill out the forms. And, although we cannot offer tax advice, we can offer sympathy.

The library is pleased to be able to offer this tax service to the community. Library New titles at the Culpeper Town Ridge," Margaret Camlin; "Serland County Library through Jan. ing; the Rise and Twilight of Telev14: ision's Last Angry Man," Gordon Adult Fiction: F. Sander; "Stella," Peter Wyden; "The Doll's House," Evelyn "Virginia: A Guide to the Old DoAnthony; "Terminal," Robin minion: Compiled by Workers of Cook; "Inshallah," Oriana Fallaci; the Writers' Program of the Work "The King's Buccaneer," Ray- Projects Administration in the State mond E. Feist; "'32 Cadillacs," Joe of Virginia." Gores; "A Sudden Wild Magic," Diana Wynne Jones; "Rumpole on Adult Large Printe: Trial," John Mortimer; "China "Gunsmoke in Nevada," Burt Silk," Anne Worboys.

Arthur; "A Promise to Repay," Adult Amanda Browning; "A Man to "The Smithsonian Book of Watch," Jane Donnelly; "'The Man Books," Michael Olmert; "Mal- from Texas," Lee Floren; "Odds colm In Our "Allergy Against," Dick Francis; "Every Cooking with Ease," Nicollette M. Living Thing," James Herriot; Dumke; "Help Your Child Excel in "Paradise for Two," Betty Neels; p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, by the Sartory Trio, a group in residence at Pittsburgh's Duquesne University. The trio's violinist, cellist, and pianist formed it three years ago after distinguishing themselves in separate musical careers.

In Manassas, bass-baritone Arthur Woodley appears March 30 and Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians perform April 18. The Crescent City Jazz Band appears in Fairfax April 25. Added attractions in Culpeper are special pre-concert restaurant prices, for association members who show membership tickets, at the Aberdeen Barn and Davis Street Ordinary. For memberships $25 per adult and only $9 for all kindergarten-through-12th grade students in a household send checks and all names immediately to C.C.A., HC 72 Box 231, Locust Grove, 22508. Memberships also may be obtained in the Culpeper High School lobby in advance of the Jan.

29 concert. Individual performance tickets will not be sold. For more information, call Greg Yates at 825-8640 or Gwen Will at 547-3446. slowly fell to one side, taking him to dreamland while on the road to Culpeper. Tom Brokaw, with NBC news, bumped into my shoulder as he boarded my bus after interviewing Clinton from inside the lead bus.

It was a day that started much too early. At its beginning I often contemplated its worth. At its end I wanted it to go on forever. I know that I'll be smiling on that warm spring afternoon when I tell the story to my grandchildren of how I spent an entire day chasing after the 42nd President of the United States. "Prove it," they'll say.

And I will. with the announcements. Information, call 825-0771. Math," Margaret Berge; "'The In- "The Sun of Summer," Lilian along siders' Guide to Virginia's Blue Peake; "Arnella," Kay Winchester. Dr.

Dobson Answers Your Questions Question: Why is there so much confu- real issue in this situation. To the contrary, the sion on the subject of discipline today? Is it child was demonstrating his defiance of parenreally that difficult to raise our children tal authority, and for that he should have been properly? held accountable. Instead, the parent is told to wait until the Dr. Dobson: Parents are confused because child is in a good mood (which could be next they have been taught an illogical, unworka- Thursday), and than talk about the dangers of ble approach to child management by many door-slamming. It seems to clear that the child professionals who ought to know better.

was begging his mom to accept his challenge, beginning to value discipline more? Is the Child development authorities have mud- but she in the other 10 day of permissiveness over? was room counting to died the water with permissive philosophies and keeping cool. And let's all wish her lots of which contradict the very nature of children. luck on the next encounter. Dr. Dobson: Parents who tried extreme Let me cite an example: As I've stated, the givers of parental permissiveness have seen its failure, for the great "Growing Pains" is a question-and-answer advice have failed to offer a course of action most part.

Unfortunately those parents will book for parents, published by the American to be applied in to willful defiance. soon be grandparents, and the world will Academy of Pediatrics (a division of the response profit little In the situation described above, for example, from their experience. American Medical Association). The follow- what is Mom supposed to do until Junior cools What worries me most is the kind of disciing question, written by a parent, is quoted in off? What if he calls her dirty names and pline that will be exercised by the generation the book, along with the answer provided by whacks his little sister the mouth? now reaching young adulthood. Many of these across the pediatrician: You see, the only tool given to Mom by the new parents have never seen good discipline Child Slams Door in Parent's Face writer above is And exercised.

They have no model. postponed reason. as Question: What does one do when an angry mother knows, reason is practiculy Besides, in many cases, they have severed every child slams a door in one's face? worthless in to and themselves from the best source of informaAnswer: Step back. Then do nothing until tion, avowing that anyone over 30 is to misresponse anger disrespect. you have reason to believe that the child's trusted.

It will be interesting to see what deanger has cooled off. Trying to reason with an Question: Permissiveness is a relative velops from this blind date between mom and angry person is like hitting your head against term. Please describe its meaning to you. baby. a stone wall.

When the child is in a good mood, explain Dr. Dobson: When I use the term permis- These questions and answers are excerpted to him how dangerous door-slamming can be. siveness, I refer to the absence of effective from the book, "Dr. Dobson Answers Your Go so far as to give a description of how a parental authority, resulting in the lack of Questions." Dr. Dobson is president of Focus person ca lose a finger from a slammed door.

boundaries for the child. This word represents on the Family, a nonprofit organization dediSeveral talks of this sort are generally enough childish disrespect, defiance and the general cated to the preservation of the home. Correto cure a door-slammer. confusion that occurs in the absence of adult spondence to Dr. Dobson should be addressed How inadequate is this reaply, from my leadership.

to: Focus on the Family, P.O. Box 444, point of view. The writer failed to recognize Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Tyndale that the door-slamming behavior was not the Question: Do you think parents are now House Publishers. This special family feature has been brought to you by these local sponsors: Dr. David L.

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