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Miss Sharon Jackson who is FOR MILITARY READERS a student at Shepherd College Shepherdstown, spent the past The Post-Gazette has anriounc- week with her mother Mrs. Eve-i ed reduced mail subscrlphon lyn Jackson this being mid semes- rates for members of the armed ter vacation, IN + CHA TOWN :PR .-SctFoot. R Those fun loving pigskin casuals that every. one likes are in infant sizes too. Same dependable construction, same easy to clean uppers. In sizes 5Vz to 8. Oxfords for boys and girls. " Children's Sizes 8 to 3 ............ 6.99 Ladies Sizes in Gophers ............ 7.99 Men's Sizes in Gophers ............. 9.,99 18 Of Them --- JU brought into action Saturday I by Leo HiUard, also of near Shep [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ri, -------! night. And it has been of yoe-Iherdstown, collided head-on in]THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1966 "1 1 r' C i~S' One Trucl I S [man service to .the community., the blinding and drifting snow., - ' ' ..... D. Lee Morgan, Chief of the lSERIOUSLY INJURED / i a IJl cries Shepherdstown Fire Department, I . Smith w=~ ....... v= ..... - ........ Mr ' .. +.,.^. ,~ . ~+n. the snowstorm, to their own homes, Morga~ ,,y, yu"Lwa'" Accident q n t, UUli*"'-' who has been directing much of tinsburg hospital suffering from lne Joe ot rounamg up ann -. --~_.'---'-----_ . the emergency details from the - - cooruinating au available bull- a broken leg, a sermus knee in- . ..... Airman Wam l Ranl headquarters, said today that the jury and bruises and lacerations uozers, emoaaers, ann any omer ................... ------" I - ------------- Civil Defense truck was one of of o-ther parts of his body. He was equip.ment that could be used in ~ , . ~, aL Six persons sustained minor in- from emergency headquarters l the most valuable pieces of me-i reported Wednesday that he had opening snow clogged streets and ~,0m~e~s ~ourse ~T to have surgery on his one leg roues, was a~so nanmeu zrom me juries, and 11 cars and one truck made their way to the home and bile equipment the town had at - . were damaged to the extent of they did find the home with heat it's disposal in this past week-i Mr. Hillard also sustained in- emergency headquarters. She-,ard Air Force about $3,900 in a series of seven due to lack of fuel and the lady end's emergency. He said the juries, but did not require hospi- Chief Morgan said he could not ffP truck was secured for Jefferson tal treatment, express enough praise for the Wichita Falls, Tex. - County by Kenneth Willingham, After taking Mr. Smith to Mar- manner in which the members of Third Class Warren J. head of the county's Civil De~ tinsburg, the crew manning the the Shepherdstown Fire Company son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe highway accidents which occurr- had stayed in bed to keep warm. ed in Jefferson County during, Another call came from the the period of Thursday night, River Road section advising that Jan. 20 and Friday, January 28 insulin was badly needed for a according to reports of Charles member of a family. The insulin Town State Police. was secured and again a crew Charles Town State Trooper from the headquarters battled Gary Arthur investigated a one- their way through huge snow- car accident which occurred Fri- drifts and delivered the medicine day afternoon, Jan. 28, about 3:30 to the home. on U. S. Route 340, about 3~ Since the fire department's miles West of Charles Town: ambulance could not make it A 1963 Ford going West on the + over the snow clogged highways, highway, and being driven by AI- the big Civil Defense all-purpose len R. Seigel, 24, of Bluefield, W. truck which Jefferson County Va., skidded on the highway, went now has, and which is being up an embankment and turned housed in Shepherdstown was over. Damage to the car was list- ed at $300. No charges were pre- ferred, Trooper Arthur said. Tuesday, January 25, Charles Town State Trooper M. M. Day- lsson, investigated a car-truck accident which occurred at the intersection of State Route 51 and Secondary Route.1. .TrooPer Davisson said a 1965 Chevrolet truck:: being driven by William Clayton Cave, 34, of Win- chester, Va., backed onto Second- ary Route 1, and struck a 1961 Rambler being driven North on Secondary Route I, by Yvonne Creamer, 27, of Route 1 Kearn. eysville. Little Keith Creamer, 3, son of Mrs. Creamer, sustained minor injuries. Damage to the two ve- hicles amounted to about $200. Trooper Davisson said investigat- ion of the accident is continuing. Another two-car accident was investigated Tuesday evening, Jan. 25, about 7:15 on Secondary Route 34/1 in which one person sustained minor injuries. Trooper Davisson said a 1965 Chevrolet being driven by Will- iam H. Roper, 28, of General De- livery, Charles Town, pulled from a parked position along the. highway onto the road and struc~ a 1963 Triumph being driven by Norman G. Corbin, 17, of Char- les Town. Damage to the two cars was listed at $700. Roper was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Two minor accidents were also investigated by Trooper Davisson on Saturday, January 22, the first occurred at 2:10 p. m. on U. S. Route, 340, near Charles Town. A 1965 Ford being driven East on Route 340 by Nellie M. Burr, 38, of Washington, D. C. skidded into a 1965 Rambler being driven West on the highway by R, Cottroll, 32, of 208 gress street, Charles Town. age to the two cars was listed at $90. I Then 10:10 Saturday about evening, a two-car collision oc- I cuffed on U. S. Route 340, when a 1955 Chevrolet being driven We are anxious for you to know our fine Jefferson County West on the highway by Claude correspondents, eighteen of them, who cover every nook and Douglas Poston, 22, of Route 1, corner of Jefferson County every week in the year, looking Boyce, Va., struck a 1961 Mer- for news happenings to be published in this newspaper, cury, being driven East on the highway by Harry S. Rideoutt, This newspaper features the largest number of county Jr., 44, of Charles Town. Trooper correspondents of any weekly newspaper in West Virginia Davisson said damage to the two and we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: vehicles amounted to about $800. MRS. G. E. WEBB Harpers Ferry-Bolivar. Phone 535-6569 MRS, S2 AI r CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725- 7777 MISS LILLIAN MYERS ~Poston was charged with failure to keep to the right of the cen- iter, Trooper Davisson said. Four persons were injured in two acidents which occurred on Jefferson (~ounty highways Thurs day and Friday nights in which three cars were" damaged to the extent of about $1,000. t I One person, was injured .in a one-car a~c|dent which occurred about 8:30 p. fit. on State Route 9 ' at the Bloomery bridge with dam- i age to the car being listed at $700 Charles Town State Trooper Gary Arthur said a 1959 Buick being driven South on the high- way by James Terry Cogle, 19, of Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 MRS. JULIA VIANDS Mechanicstown - Dial 725-2596 MISS MARGARI HOUSER" Bakerto fense, and was sent to the Shep- herdstown Fire Hall for housing. Chief Morgan said it was of !nvaluabl.e help Sunday afternoon m remowng injured people from two cars involved in a highway accident and getting them to a Martinsburg hospital. The accident occurred a short distance from the Potomac River bridge in Maryland when cars be ing driven by Donald Smith, of Shepherdstown, operator of the Shepherdstown News Stand and Civil Defense truck had to make another run to Martinsburg to deliver Dr. S. Elizabeth McFet- ridge to the hospital. Also Sunday afternoon emer- gency help was provided in two maternity cases; the men worked in the cold and biting winds to clear snow away from the fire hydrants in Shepherdstown. Many runs were made to var- ious homes in and around Shep- herdstown delivering medicine and fuel to families isolated by the fraternity boys from Shep- herd College and many Shepherds town youths, worked around the clock from Saturday evening un- til today, lending a helping hand to all those in need of it. He said never at any time during the long emergency vigil was there less than 10 men at the emergency headquarters and much of the time there were as many as 25 to 50 on hand. Many of them remain ed on duty from Saturday night until Wednesday without going of Ranson, W. Va., has graduated at Sheppard AFB from the training course for Air Force aircraft Airman Rank:n, who Charles Town High being assigned to McGuire N. J., for duty with the Airlift Command. Read The ANY TIME IS A BAD TIME FOR A FIRE LET'S RESOLVE TO HAVE LESS FIRES IN 1966 ANNUAL OF THE FOR 196S Organized 1884 -- -82 Years Of Service -- STRICTLY VOLUNTEER-- 1965 was a busy year for the Independent Fire Company. We hope this brief report of our activities during the year will be of interest to you. ALARMS ANSWERED: 148 Alarms Answered in 1964 Trucks' Purhping 1965 Property Loss: Charles Town and Ranson County Contents: Charles Town and Ranson County 150 Alarms Answered in 1965 Time- 39% hrs. $32,085.00 40,890.00 $72,975.00 $36,695.00 21,620.00 $58,315.oo $131,290.00 Dwellings Involved -- 22 Industry -- 2 Barns -- 3 House Trailers -- 3 Mutual Aid Calls -- 3 Office Fire -- 1 Furniture Store -- 1 Portable Light Plant Used ---20 hrs. Smoke Ejector Used -- 3 hrs., 50 Min. Hose Lines in Service: 2 V2" - 3,900 ft. 1 Vg'- 4,550 ft. 1" - 5,355 ft. %" - 4,535 ft. AMBULANCE SERVICE: The Ambulance Service has become a major part of our activities, frequently Anvolving several calls a day. The members who man the ambulance serve without pay, frequently at a sacrifice to their own earnings. They're thoroughly trained in First Aid and know how to c.ope with all types of emergencies. This service can't be measured dollars and cents. The nominal charge made for the use of the ambulance does not begin to cover the cost of the equip- ment and its mainfcenance and upkeep, let alone make any allowance forthe personnel's time, if a charge were made for it. Calls in 1964 -- 559 Calls in 1965 -- 618 Local Calls -- 504 Long Distance Calls --- 114 Miles Driven - 9,568 Blood Runs - 40 Oxygen Used - 25 times Examples of Types of Calls: Heart Attacks ........................ 70 Fractures ................................ 42 Wrecks .................................... 76 Suicides or Attempts ............ 1 Strokes .................................... 22 Fatalities ................................ 10 Drownings .............................. 4 Members operating the Ambulance gave 1,783 hours of their ser- vice Free. of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, Went MRS, ETHF~ BUZZARD out of control just after it cross. Silver Grove-- Dial 725-2240 led Bloomery bridge and went down an embankment. Cogle sus- COSt Of Maintaining Our Department: *~ MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD rained minor injuries, fire fighting. They spend several hours each week in such training, In the other accident which Gasoline, Oil, etc., for Equipment ............................................ $ 515.14 they a'ttend-regional'training schools throughout the winter montl , Kabletown - Dial 725-5707 occurred Friday night about 10:15 MRS. GE?RGIA PEARL on State Route 9, about 3.1 miles Maintenance & Repair of Equipment ...................................... 624.38 andthe annual fire school held at West Virginia University. Tney * South of Charles Town, three per Ambulance - Gas and Oil ...................................... . ................. .... 451.34 regularly check and test our equipment to be sure it is always ready Chestnut Hill RFD, Harpel~ F rry sons sus~ained injuries in a two Ambulance- Repairs, Supplies, Laundry, etc ........ . ................ 1,092.61 for efficient operation. car accident. - Insurance on Buildings, quip.ment & Members .................... 1,554.81 + MRS. LENA AMBROSE I T ooper Arthur said a 1962 Maintenance & Repair on Building ...... ................................. 255.88 in submitting this annu 1 repot-t to you, the citizens of the com- ,Chevrolvt beihg driven SoUth on New Equipment ................................. ...;. ..... .................... . ............ 1,410.16 reunify of whmh We are +part and to whom we give our time, our EnEle - Dial 725-2589' the highway by John P. Heafer, Office Supplies & Equipment, Janitor s Supplies. ............... ....584.47 enthusi -aam and our interest, we assure you that we appreciate dee MISS DOROTHY LAKE 19, of Bolivar, went out of con- Fuel Oil, Water & S.ew, er Fee ........................... . ............... . ...... ...,' 919.40 ly ,our continued interest and support. As has happened with every+ !trol on a curve and struck a 1964 Fire School, Firemen s Convention, Fire thing else, the cost of operating our departm_en4, pa icularly 1 Chevrolet being driven north on Prevention Program and Training ........................... ....... 766.54 view of our greater service to the community, has increased grda - MfllviHe ~the highway by Thomas L. Will- ingham, 39, of Ransom $8,174.73 ly; our income has not increased in the same proportion. We have MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY The injured were Jeffrey Rey- given to you a department which is rated by the West Virginia In- nolds, 5 Of Ranson; Madetine Rey Make 1966 a Fire Safe Year! spection Bureau as the highest in the State, having the best equip" merit that can be had and the best trained personnel. We invite Middleway - Dial 725-7669 MRS. ELSIE HAMSTF_ D Kearneysvitie - Dial 876.603 . MI S. MARY B. FURR Leetown Dial 725.5969 MRS. PAULINE (YI Mannings - Dial 725-2750 MR AUSTIN NICODEMUSL mpr m mat 7Z -90 MRS. FLOYD SIMONS P.anson - Dial 725-7875 MRS. BERNARD OTT Halltown - Dial 725-7477 'BUCKY' MORROW Shepherdstown - Dial 876-2066 nolds, 9, of Ranson, passengers in the Willingham car and Heafer Heafer was charged with fail- ure to keep his car tO the right of the center lane. Damage to the two cars was listed at about $400. Finn FROM PAGE I- A iag to' death. A qew+ of men from t+h fir Station i acl +their through +the heavF n?wdrffts and found the house to be with out heat and the lady wrapped in newspapers in an effort to keep warm. Fuel was taken to the house and the men soon had at least some heat in the home. Sunday a similiar call came from the neighbors of an elderly lady residing in another r~ral section. They reported they/sus- pected something to be wrong at the home. Again a crew men We strongly urge that you observe the following rules for your safety: I. Be sure have your oil furnace or heater cleaned least twice each year. 2. Do not refill oil units while hot or even warm. 3. Have your oil heater or furnace inspected at:least every three months by a competent plumber. 4. Do not overload your electric w ring. 5. Inspect your home regularly for fire hazards.. Keep your tic, basement and closets clean. 6. Do not smoke in bed, 7. Install several e xting Slltrs in. your h_o . at l+e one .r(ear your nearing unit. consult the Fire Chie~ .for the prier t:~e. And be sure they are Underwri~rs approved. 8. Do not start fires with kerosene. The members of the Independent Fire Company have been thoroughly trained to use the equipment we haVe - hiS,is a fi nda- tory requirement of membership - and they are continuously being trained in fire prevention and safety programs as well as+basic " "' ' J r T I I I ] II r each of you to give us in return greater financial support. If yot can possibly increase your annual contribution, please do so - we need your cooperation. Always at your service, Independent Fire Co., Inc. a. President N. Clark Furr Chief m', ' ['r ' + I ' I I ' J I in