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i/ OF JEFFERSON YAmmERS ADVOCATE JANUARY 22, 1959 5--A 41st Year At Town Hospital ;NO ,, second consecu, tive year March was the only accident free traffic safety rec- month of the year. April had 2, considerable im- With the municipality 'fatality ,free year for year in a row; and again sho~ving a decrea- of motor vehic- and an accompanying amount of property ~Town Police Chief Eph- 'in releasing the annual 4the Charles Town said the hum- accidents report Town during the Srom 72 to 52, of 20. The property was just as apprec from $16,742 in 1957 1958. of personal injuries amounted to only as for ,the previous Day said. of July was the wor- year for the Char department from of investigating ac- a 'total of 7 reported during July 1957. were Che next m month having six ac- against 3 in June of in October. showed that January accidents the same Year; February had 5; May 4. August 6. Seotember 4, November 4 and December 2. A total of 609 arrests were ,made by the department during the year in addition to issuing 4,052 park- ing meter violation tickets. Drunks proved to be ,the most predominate violation of the law wi.~h a total of 148 persons being arrested on this charge. Speeding was next in line of arrests with 101 being made. Another 72 per- sons were charged with running red ligt~ts, with 59 nabbed on haz arduous driving charges. The re- port showed that 45 persons were arrested for disturbing the peace; 30 for driving the wrong way on a one-way street; 28 for fighting, 21 for passing on the double line; 16 for driving drunl~; 15 for no oper- ator's licenses; 11 for failing to yield the right-of-way and the same number of ,trespassing and running stop signs. Nine persons arrested were char ged with reckless driving and the same number for failure to keep their car under control; another six for h~aving dead registration cards; four for abusing women; ~hree for making "U" turns and the same number for vagrancy. One person was charged with carrying a concealed weapon; two others with peti,t larceny, two for having stolen autos and two for indescent exposure. B Will Hot Only Rem " In WlH headqualCers Orf Keesecker of Martinsburg. Field ArtilleryI Thus the only ch.ange in the lo the West Virginia cation of ,the 291st ~Armored Field remain at Fair-iArtillery Batalion of which Bat- B, one of it's itery B is a part is the transfer remain in Martins- i of Battery A from Fairmont to El lattery B will be in-kins. Fairrnont will however, re- ,,th it was announ ,Lain the battalion headquarters afternoon m Clarks and also the band. ral Wil- ~, adjutant-general of cussed re-or ~he West Virginia Guard which some would end in re- uni,t from Mar JOHN H. BERRY Wednesday was a special day in ,the life of John H. Berry, undoub- ,tedly the dean of hoSl~tat orderlies at least in ~his area, and ,a moving spirit and general factotum at the Charles Town General Hospital as it marked the com,ple~ion of 40 years of continuous service to the hospital and it's thousands of pat tents who bare entered it's doors. "JOhn", as this colorful and well known hospital attendant ls best known, s.tavted on Ehis 41st year today, bu~ not without a most de- serving reminder from .the hosPi,tal staff ,that they van no~ forget the job he has done so wen and long for the hospital. Mr. JOhn was given a pleasan.t surprise when he was presewted with a gift and then trea,ted to ice cream and cake. John's official title at ~e hospi- tal is and has been for 40 years, orderly. BuG he is now and has' been .for years more ~han Just an orderly. Besides the usual duties which a hospital orderly performs JOhn has done a little hit of ju,st about ever:~thing at the hospi'al except surgery. In his 40 years he 'has served as cook, Janitor, X-ray echnician, ambulance driver and general meSh.ante. During the War years when there was an acute Shortage of help at the old Charles Town Hospital John used to help with all operations and in .em er- gencies he has administered the anesthetics and assisted wi~h child births. At the old Charles Town Hospi,tal, *he served for about ten years as X-Ray technician until a fulltame technician became avail- able. John is the senior member of ~he Oharles Town Hospital staff having been ,there longer than anyone now associated width ,the staff. He has served under eight different hospital superintendents and al.though now ~bout 70 years young he is still as active around the ~hospital .as he was 20 years ago. A native of Page County, Va. John was born near Luray, ~n a small place called Blainsville. His ~ather was Francis Berry and his mo0her the ormer Jennie Crow of 'Madison, Va. John had been work ing for eleven y~ars ,as a chef in ,the Sheil,fonte Hotel in Atlantic City when he came to the Charles Town Hospital. Washington-West Virginia's two United States Sena~tors, Jennings Randolph and Robert C. Byrd, sworn in last week as the 86th Con gress convened, already are listed ~mong the most active co-sponsors of major legisla~tion. It is tradi.tional in the United lion over ,the ne~t four years. The two senators also said the Federal Airport grant measure could chan nel into West Virginia as much as $752,292 a year for airport im- provements. Subsequen,tly, Senators Byrd going to ben- ,and this section , Three gir~s and two boys was States Senwte that, no bills are in has in ,the past. The the way t~e stork divided up his troduced until after the President ~attery B will be in- trips ~) ,the Charles Town General h,as delivered ~his Stwte-of-pthe-Un 12 men. . ~. Hospital last week. ~ ion address. 's present s~reng~n A son, Frank Devereux was born After President Eisenhower had and 'men and Ad- Wednesday, Jan. 14, to Mr. and made that,address last Friday, the Blake said ~this will Mrs. Daniel L. Morgan of Shep- first two .Senate bills in,troduced to 71 officers and ]herdstown. were a measure to amend ~he Fed ~.~ ~ ,,~ ~Thttrsday.~J, an..15. ,two ,birt~aS eral ~.~rport Act and the School Blake ,also annohnCe~7 oOmrred &t~he ~'zol~~ ,a ia~ arganization which re ter, Fama ~uth born to Mr. aria -a?R! ~e2iklo[p~re among the co ~te's units from 45 to Mrs. Allen B. Vaug~n, Route 4, sponsors of each and they report- into effect Anril 15 [Mar~insburg; ~ daughter, Faye ed th, at Vhe school support ~bill, if t .... ".-- "iAnn born to Mr and Mrs Calvinenacted in the form introduced. : enan~-t~o~one~ ~an " : could mean Federal allotments to ......... [R Th~n~ son Kearneysvflle t,, nun~ingmn wiu P ' " ,nding officer of the ] Monday, Jan. 19 a daughter Ida West Virgir~ia for school construe- Field Artillery Bat ' Mac was born o Mr .and Mrs. Wil tion 'and teacher salary payment .~ ~" Ill,am C, Stoneburner of Burk i,tts= assistance of al. most___$129~/z mill ......... vllle, Md. Wednesday, Jan. 21 ,a son was L. WIello, City Mrs. Dora M. :born to Mr. and WIrs. Virgil L. [~nith City. Pl Arthritis Polio BY-- TOWN . ID FEED !PItONE 73 Town, W. Va. still he fought fronts.* on as a single child ) remains handi- the crippling of polio, the fight on . . . and your Urgently needed! Steele of Berryville, Va. ,Surgical patien~ admi,~ed ,to :More Gifts ,Received the hospital were: Miss Darlene S. Baltimore, Ranson; Mrs. Anna L. Martin, Knoxville, Md.; little As Hospital Memorials Brenda Webb, Harpers Ferry; lit- .le Donald Longerbeam, little l~t ricia L. Seal, Ranson and Mrs. Mrs. D. K. Ko0nce, treasurer of Dor~h~ H. Miller, Bakerton. the Memorial Fund of ,~he Jeffer- Medical patients admiVted,to the son County Hospital Auxiliary an hospital were: Mrs. Dorothy V. nounces ,the following additional Dillow, Harpers Ferry Rt. 2; Little memorial gif,ts for the fund: Jeffrey D. Bowers, Harpers Ferry, In memory of Mrs. Roger Riss- Rt. 2; Baby 'Matt'hew M. Mitchell, ter of Charles Town from Mr. and City; Mr. Grover M. Wolfe, BrunsMrs. R. L. Riley. wick, Md.; Mrs. Gladys M. McDow In memory of John H. Goode, ell, Kearneysville; Mr. Venning S. Sr. of Charles Town from Charles Johnson, City; 'Mrs. Sarah J. 13ol Town Grain and Feed Company, an, Bunker HH1; Baby Rober~ G. from ,the Robinson Ice and Cold Cook, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Joseph Storage Company and trom Nieh- D. Young, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. ols and Stuck Drug ,Store. Mary E. Gasktns, City; Mr. Jun- In memory of Mrs. D. N. Taylor ius D. Bakewell, Laurel, Md.; Mrs. Summit, N. J. frofia Mr. and Mrs. Harriett C. Chapman, l:tlppon; H. W. Wil'lis and Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Washing,on,L. l~iley. ( City; Mr. MeArthur Coakley, Alk-In memory of Annie M. Hamfl- en, N. C.; Mrs. Ellen S. Crockett, ton, .from Mrs. Nannie S. Hooe, Ransont Mrs. El,lzabet~h Longer-Middleburg, Va. beam, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; 'Mr.In memory of W. W. Graham, Howard Gri,m, City; Mrs. Goldie Charles Town, from Thornton T. P. Jackson, City; Mrs. Mary Pulse, Perry 2nd ,and from A. R Mar'- Sum,mi.t Point; Mrs. Anna B. Car shall. son, City; Mrs. Lena B. Walker, In memory of Lewis Allen Trom City; Mr. Raridolph Alger, l~anson Thornton T. Perry 2nd. Mr. Robert F. Swltzer, Cl~y; Baby In memory of J. R. Appell from Charles W. Spviggs, City; Mrs. Mrs. George Diehl. Bet~ty Y. Peacher, City; Baby l~ic In memory of Mrs. Charles Ma- ky L. Weaver, Ci,ty, Rt. 1; Master son Martin, Washington, D. C, Paul W. Myers, City, Rt. 1; Mrs. from Mrs. T. Perry Lippibt, Doug- Lu.cille R. Brown, City; Mr. Daniel laston, L. I. N. Y. McTaggert, City; Master Ronald In Tpemory of George Burr from F. E.Brenneman. te to the March of Dimes Nowl --SPONSORED BY THE-- BANK OF CHARLES TOWN 10 CHARLES TOWN, W. YA. In memory of C. E. Mays, from Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Strider and ,from Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Wilson. Moler's ,Farm Women Meal With Mrs. Vickers The Moler's Farm Woman's Club .met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence V'ickers with Mrs. Elmer Vickers co-hostess on January 14 for an all day meeting. The women made wooden %rays in the morning. Mrs. G. W. Myers Jr. gave the lesson on "Good Food-A Family Heritage't Making Good Hot Bis- cui,ts, pastries and cakes is one of ~he arts of home making. It is also one of the sciences for each in- gredient of ,the .bread pl~ys a spec ial part in making the food one of high or low quality. Mrs. Myers baked corn bread and muffins for Vhe club to sample and .gave re- cipes for makdng a delicious din- ner ,was served ~t noon by ,l~he hos tesses and each"member bringing a dish. Mrs. J. W. Fuss presided in the ,afternoon. Miss Charlotte Koontz conducted devotions. The club sang ":Sweet Hour of Prayer" and ,Mrs. Olin McKee read Psalm 118. and closed width New Years Prayer. Mrs. J. G. Fuss read a clipping and Randolph also became the co sponsors of a bill to create a coal research program to md in the de Velopment and conservation of coal, as well as o ~,ind new uses, to help ~ha,t "slick" industry; a new Federal housing measure; a tax ,bill to aid smal:l business through exemptions for reinvestment in the business up to $30,000; a lib- eralized railroad social insurance system measure; an "anti-bomb- ing" bill to make ~he bombing of homes, houses of worship, schools and other property a Federal crim inal offense; and a measure to create a Senate Veterans Affairs Com mi,btee. ~ ---- --.--. "I am The New Year". The sec- retary,read ~he minutes and held roll call wi,t~h fifteen members and one new .member present. Commi,btee reports were given and dues collected. The Moler's Club served ~e ~ood for Blood Donors on January 27 as a com- muni,ty Project. A game was play ed. The meeting adjourned to meet wi, th Mrs. Olin McKee on Jan- u,ary 12 for an all day meeting. The club will make copper plant- ers. West Virginians Get Choice Committee Posts Assignments to two major com- ml,ttees each have been given West Virginia's new Democratic mem- bers of ,the U. S. Senate. Sen. Jennings Randolph, elected ,to fill the unexpired term of the late Sen. Matthew M. Neely, whose de~th occurred a year ago yester- day was named to a place on the Labor Commi~ttee held by,~the Fair monter. He also was assigned o the Committee on Public Works Sen. Robert C. Byrd was ap- pointed to ,fine Appropriations Com mi~ttee u mark of distinction for a 'ffreshman" member of the Sen- ate and to ,the Banking Commit- tee. The late Sen. Harley M. Kil- gore was for many years a mem- ber of ~the Appropriations Commit tee, one of the most powerful bod- ies in Congress. Congressman Har- ley O. Staggers has been appoint- ed to the Inter-~tate Commerce Committee. Julian Glascock Named Cashier Bank of Clark Julian C. Glaseoek was elected cashier of the Bank of Clark ,Coun ty b:y the board of directors of the bank following ~the annual meeting of ~the stockholders Thursday af~ter noon. Mr. Glascock joined ?)he staff in 1929 and held the office of assistant cashier when he left 'the bank in 1944. He returned ten years later in 1954. He became a member of the board of directors in 1944. Besides his banking act- ivities he operates a large dairy farm. He is married ~o the former Miss Elizabeth Withers. Capt. Richard L. Lucas Completes Armor School Course at Fort Knox Fort Knox, Ky. (AHTNC)-Army OaPt. Richard L. Lucas, whose wife, Dorcas, lives in Harpers Fer- ry, W. Va., recently completed the ~ten-week a~sociate omcer, advan, ced course a~ The\Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky. Captain Lucas received instruc- Lion in the responsibilities of com- mand and staff armor officers and was familiarized with ,armor wea- pons, techniques of communicat- ions, and teaching methods. He entered the Army in 1942. Among his decorations, he holds the Purple Heart. The 42-year-old officer is a grad uateof Mr. Carmel (Ill.) High School. Church Attendance Continues To Rise Church attendance continues to rise, according o figures publish- ed by the 1958 Encyclopedia Brit- annica Book of the Year. A ~otal of 258 religious bodies reported 103,224,954 members in 308,657 local churches or organiz- ations. The Britanni,ca ,figures are for 1956, the last available and compares with 100,162,529 mem- bers in 1955. , The yearbook also gave an esti- mate of religious affiliation throu- ghout the world. The estimate in- cluded: Total Christian 835,564,542, of which the Roman Catholic ,faith accoun~ for 496,512,0Q0; ~tstern Orthodox, 129,192,755 and Prot- estan, t 209,859,787; Moslem, 420,- 606,698; Hindu, 322,337,286; Con- ,lucian, 300,290,500; Buddhist, 150, 310,000; Jewish, 11,936,871. Do Not Print Letters Without Signatures Once again last week as has hap pened frequently in the past, this newspaper received a letter enti- led "Cause of Crime" which could not be printed because it carried only this signature "A Taxpayer". It has always been the policy of finis newspaper and most news- papers not to publish any letters, regardless of what their contents unless the letter has the signature of the .writer. If in the future per- sons wri.ting letters to this news- paper for publication would sign their name to them they will be published under ~a column "Letters to the Editor". Navy cuts back order for Mar- tin seaplanes. Pfc. Joseph A. Snell Now In Augsburg, Germany Augsburg, C~rmany (AHTNC)- Army Pro. Joseph A. Snell, son of Mr .and Mrs. Joseph V. Snell. 368 Auburn St., Maxtansburg, recently qualified as export in firing the M-I rifle in Augsburg. Germany. Snell, a radio bperator in Com- new se~Tices and techniques in the fertilizer industry. The two-day meeting was con- ducted by experts from Internat- ional Minerals and Chemical Cor- poration, a leading supplier of phosphate and potash, principal raw materials used in fertilizer. Donald Hill, President Irony D of the 24th Division's 187th Infantry' entered the Army ISh [~ in January 1957 and arrived in e rdstown Club Germany in October 1957. The 20-year-old soldier is a l The Shepherdstown Men's Club 1956 graduate of St. Joseph High I meeting Wednesday ni$%t in War I Memorial Building, elected new School in Martins'burg. [ officers for the year. Miller Chemical Group Donald Hill, representative of Attend Sales Training Meeting in Baltimore Donald E. Fiery, Lee A. Helle- bower and Bruce Porterfield, all of Charles To~n, represented Mill er Chemical Corporation of Char- les Town at a meeting January 19 and 20 in Baltimore, Md., where ~t~hey participated along with sales men from 18 other companies, in an interesting training session on Peoples Life, succeeds tester Stal ey as president; with Jack Orn- dorff, vice-president; Jesse Rig- gleman, Shepherd College coach, secretary; and Russell White, long time treasurer, reelected. Two new members named to the ~xecutive comm_ittee were Oeorge Kerr and %he Rev. John Link. Annual reports were heard dur- ing the evening. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS .... AT THE .... 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 58 I ORD Fairlane 500 Club Victoria, Radio, V-8, W W Tires, Styletone Paint, ,Low Mileage, Local Owner $2495. 55 57 57 MERCURY Montery 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Merc-O-Matic, Power Steering, Many Other Extras, Very Clean - - - $2295. FORD Fairlane 500 4-Door Hard Top, Seek, Radio, Heater, 215 Horse Power V-8, Ford-O-Matte, Power Steering, Jet Black with WW Tires $2195. 55 54 57 FORD Fairlane 2-Door. Sedan, Radio Heater, Ford-O-Matic, V-8, An Ex- ceptionally Nice Car with Low Mileage - $1895. 57 FORD Custom 100 2-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, V,8 Engine, W-W Tires, 17,000 Miles, Local Owner. This One's A Honey - - $1595. 57 CHEVROLET "210" 2-Door Sedan, 6- Cylinder, Straight Transmission, Blue and White with W-W Tires. 14,000 Actual Miles - - - $1595. 56 FORD Customline 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, V-8, Light Blue Paint. A Good Clean, Dependable Car, and the Price is Only $1295. 56 BUICK Special Convertible, Radio, Heater, Dynaflow Transmission, W-W Tires, Light Blue with New Black Top. One Owner - - $1695. 54 54 53 56 MERCURY 2-Door Hard Top, l adio, Heater, Merc-O-Matic, W-W Tires, Try It and You'll Buy It. $1695. 57 56 FORD Country Sedan 9-Passenger Wagon, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Matic, V-8, Power Steering. Many Other Extras. One Local Owner - $1695. 56 56 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4-Door Hard Top, Radio, Heater, HydraMatic, Power Steering and Brakes, New Tutone 56 Galley Paint, W-W Tires - $1695. PLYMOUTH Savoy 4-Door Sedan, Heater, 6-Cylinder, Tutone Paint. There Are Only 23,000 Actual Miles On This One Owner Car - - $1095. 55 PLYMOUTH Suburban Station Wagon, 6- Cylinder, Straight Transmission. An Economical Wagon and The Price is Right - - - FORD Crown Victoria, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Matte, V-8 Engine, with Power Pac., W-W Tires. Sharp- pest Things on Wheels - $1195. FORD 2-Door Hard Top, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Matte. V-8 Engine, Tutone Black and White .... $1295. PLYMOUTH Belvedere 4-Door Sedan, Heater, Automatic Transmission, Almost New W-W Tires. 34,000 Actual Miles - . - $ 895. CHEVROLET BelAir 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Tutone Blue and White $ 895. MERCURY Montery 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Economical Over- drive Transmission, W-W Tires. Very Nice - - 55 $1595. FORD 2-Door Ranch Wagon, Heater, Ford-O-Matic, V-8, New Paint. Local Owner - - S 53 PACKARD Clipper 4-Door edan, Heater, W-W Tires. A Steal At Only 52 FORD Customline 4-Door Sedan, Rebuilt Engine Last Spring - - 52 PONTIAC 4-Door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Matic, New Paint Job - 51 BUICK Special Hard Top, Radio, Heater, W-W Tires - - $ 895. $ 695. 55 5t $ 495. $ 395. $ 395. $ 395. TRUCK SI TRUCKS! FORD Custom Ranchero, Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, W-W Tires, Red and White Paint .... CHEVROLET -Ton Pickup, Heater, 6- Cylinder, 13,000 Actual Miles. Local 1 Owner. Clean As A Pin $1295. FORD F-600 2:Ton 154" Wheel Base, Heater, Custom Cab, 5 Speed Transmission, 2 Speed Axle. Fac- tory Rebuilt Engine Just Installed DODGE 1-Ton Pick-Up, Heater, V-8 En- gine, 7.50x 16 8-Ply Tires. New Paint - - - DODGE 1-Ton, Stake Body with Racks, Heater, Almost New Tires. An Extra Clean Truck - - $1595. $1095. $ 895. I I Illl III n PHONE 212 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF CLEAN, DEPENI)ABLE USED CARS IN THIS SECTION .... SO CALL JOE SUTTON EDGAR WHITING GARLAND VIRTS Phone 212 - 213 DOUG COOPER OR BRING YOUR TITLE AND STOI) AT OUR USED CAR LOT. OPEN EVENINGS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY TIL 9:00 O'CLOCK! ,!i