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~ klE~l~ LA ....l..=e ....I .__ g~£ , l ,for the victors while Frank Al- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON VARMEaS ~ [~L V[ ~ ~IUU~|d]~F ', ]e UT |TOWn be gh:t nlnDiCkdC°/xe rled hc i g 2--B THURSDAY, FEB VROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 tt#o ~ ~ • ~ • t• I~o ~ ~ [ mh . [ The boxscore" • ~' ~ ~- West Virginia's Mountaineers are no doubt logical fay- wins/oBecel leST AllllCllmtmo I I eil! [Hedgesvine " FG F Pts. gymnasium, it was sensationalI Martinsburg n!' • • " • French f 5 3-4 13 shooting at ~he foul line in the see-saw contest ~rlt~ mutes for the Southern Conference basketball champion- ~ Illlllll~ lI I lle IWise f' ........... 2 0-0 4 late stages which gave the Mar- remaining and held’ ship. But everytime, it seems that an SC team wins a ~ll~ 1 [ ~[~ nl~ Ic. ~Iiller f ........... 1 1-2 5 .tinsburg team a 70-64 victory] ........ freed couple of games in a row, that team is boomed as the ~:,:.~ll~ 1 I ~ ===~ IR. M311er: f :::::::::: 1 0-3 2 over bhe R.ebels in a Cumberland lmelr ~'~ zor ~o ._ " i " " " ,, • ,, . ~'~;;i;;~:~i~i~:: Hollis c 3 2-2 8 Valley Amie~ic League ~attle ~he an importune role. Dav d whmh will knock off Gohath m the tourna- ~ill~l I The Shepherdstown High Car- a~,~:5.. :. ........... . ..... final one of the season for ~Ia~ I ......... .1 ~2af'51 ...... ~,~;,::z:~::::: dinalsbroke a fly • -~,-,.s-'~, s .......... • ~-.o ~ .- .~.~,, .,~..~. ment. VPI is now m the hmehght and the Gobblers will ........ 1 ~ e game losing| ............... I . _~ ,~ ri ] , ,, . • • • ,, ~ . ~;i::~,~ ;~i:~ii!~;,~::~ .......... streakFriday night when they aunnson, g .......... a o-1~ iz ~msourg. l in the zom-marreu ~ b ng t ]e se, coz d :West Vll:glnla, . team,, and, a ver3 i~ 1 ]stageda great 44-point second I .......... ^ good one oo, to me ourney. wnue tne o mers nave ~iiilllllll~l I |half rally to beat the Hedgesville ]..or°.~als_" :" ......... ~ z~-~u .b3 been rolling right along, are their sophomores poised" ii ll / IH'igh Eagles by a 57-53 score on]~ne,pnerns~°wn r~ rave,; i enough to knock off/he Mountaineers? The feeling here /th r home floor. . .^ IL'ucas "f ............ 0-0 l k[ I" | 12 [ • " • , • .::~::.~ ~~:..'i~ t ~:::~;~i~:~:~::. rne t~aroinals were oown 28-1~ ............. - 1 m thin corner m that WVUs roadblock will be George lll’ ~!::i::i~ii~i~ji~-i!;ii!i!~~~ ~ Int. t.h~ ~t,rt. nf t,h, thi~ ~,,~ [Handzo f .......... 0 1-2 1 i ~ ~ | I L E • Washington .......... And now we'll hustle off to the radio and ~i ~z.,,~,~ ~~~ ~ i!i[i!ii~ii:: i~i~!:@~~ ..................... ,::~i:~.:~: ~’~;:~e~'~:..~:.,. l and%hen-t[~eir ace sc"or"re ..... Jerr.~ Hunter. f .......... 3 2-2 8 i listed to Jack Fleming tell us about the Mountaineers- Rili [Derr and Kenny Waldeck and Hiul rg' c .......... 1 4- 3 06 II ':~; ;~,~."~:::;:~*~:*~;;;~:" ~ sophomore Charlie Hunter teamed ' ........... - Davidson tussle .... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: u f r . Kidwiler g 1 8-9 10 " i~i ~i;~;~:li~/ [ p o agreatsconngsplurgetol.._ ' _- ......... _ __ _ I RUSSELL VIA :~:;::~:::": .... :::::::::::::" turn d " ' ttoc~ensmlcn g o o-o o ...... l~~!i~ ~:~ii'~i~i~ 1 ~ / 1' efea~ into vmtory. Waldeck ....... 3 4 6 1^ • -- " M~-l~f ,=,~, A ..... ,,r ............... • (~N,~,.|,~o rp ..... T,~,~;~,,. /~i~ ~i~i~ l ~ ~ [ Hunter fired in all eight of his[ , g .......... - u I Has Been Added to the Sales lyorc’ • .'~ "'a ""a ..... a ........ . .... ?~ .... .~ .... s.*'" ::!i::::!~:i,!::::::ii~::l~~:;:i ~!::ili~iiii~~I!~llm"~lm~ ..... ~ili~!i~:ll~:~i:~!i ~vital points .n the last ten min- ~ m officials to name a grounds-keeper and stazt putting Legmn ii!ii iiiiiii:: l lutes, Derr connected on four I Totals .......... 17 23-37.57 • Park in condition for the high school baseball team which iiiiii~:::iiii:::,iiii~i~;~~ ~ [straight shots in the third stanza I t. ..~ i , A "l%4rl f~qrTT'~T]E~ ,(;~][-[~ will begin practice before lon Then, the next move iliiii~ii~~ 1 /and W*aldeck's cool foul-shooting] ar in mlrfl • aiVll hff _a ±Vl21k al-lll IJPa • • ~ • "~" " " • " . ~ ~i~i~i~.;~;~:~:' in .the final 15 seconds wiped out ........ "----'~ --'--" for Leg,on heads will be that of naming a manager 1or [Hed~esville's des,-~-o*~ "'~ I 1 I~ANR.N W VA i~I4(}~]~ the coming diamond campaign... Amy news yet, Jim? 1 / Neither team was'havir g a good [ Free Thro-- T^ v^. . ......... ' ........... ' • ~~ ~l~ 1 /'night from the field Hedgesville ] i W~ ~ l~ • I1 4' • "~' ..... • sinking only 16 of 60 attempt~ (27 " r J ~ r 1 [~er cent) and the Cardin^ ..... [ ’,,..&l. M ..... & ..... 1 (After being away from the county fo . :a • :.'.~ ": ========================== 1-" ' ' ~,~ limb'- , , 1 1 [ting just 17 in 69 (24 per cent)• iJoulll Illl lMOWll 1 I am glad to be back adam and will 1 __ 1 ~:11~ 1 ]Jimmy French .who was a main-| A1 ..... ' ...... • see and talk with all of my friends, t;o 1 m--i m 1 ll l [~ay tOh~ 1~en;oeiUtnde(te~r10brO~d~[goals~°Uog21’~Yo;1~e~S:~thZ~am- I see me soon.) j I U/l • ! ii ii iiii:ii ii!;!;i!i!iiii!!!! .I I ' n nnlm, ------ I i Coach.inOsbourn'sclub,hadi /Ill/if/fill/ Ji,']| • ..... i i /to win the ,hard way sinking on! __ __ i • : ~0~ I [)~ [~i~/~ / |ly four of 32 attempts in the first ] • ravl-, • i /half to trailthe Hedgesville quint / [~!~'.'-'~/lllllll i b ten eint 2 -* '--*^-~-'~ '-- • • .. ~ - -- • ,,. [ Y p S 3-13 ......... , ........ , • - • • •_ _ I JERRx WEST ]But Shepherdstown found Che |i ~ . • In • • ... __ • • I The longest conference win- Smi.th) ,and rebounds with 308 (to ]range for a 13 for 37 mark in t'he | ll ~.~. ~l.. ~.,L. 1 • I~. J~l-I~lil~ll~ ~-~l~lr-l[l~i 1 ning streak in college basket'ball 185 for Willie Akers). In the up- ]second half as Derr and Waldeck | l~lr'! lr" I % II l i#i| l, . ll • 1 will receive a thorough testing this coming Southern Conference tour |combined for 24 points to finally i -l_~ _l_~ ~ • ff ta |lK4 w "~" "I,-- • weekend w~aen Southern Confer- I rmment, West could join Rod Hun itake permanent posses[on of tghe / ! i -- .... ! ence teams challenge West, Virgin dley and Mark Workman in Che [lead at 51-49 with 1:35 to play. i i • ia's 47-game parade of victories. 700-point class among Mountain- | Shepherdstown's jayvees also ] , I o.~. The comn._leted regular schedule leer marksmen. They enjoyed their|squeezed. out . an. exciting victory| IqpllIl~ i ~lI I•l ~ • • showing 22 wins in 26 games a- best years as juniors, Hundleylln the prehmmary. Two Cree| ~~,~lq[lI ~ql q l~,~l)ql ~ ~ ~ J mounts 'to another of Fred Sch- with 798 and Workman, 705. ]throws by Larry Os~ourn and Ben | • "Ui • • i aus's great coaching performan- I ' -- |Marshall's goal in the final 30 sec i ~ ~ V I~i~ ~I~ ~-I.iIi ~__i. ,II .LJ. JL~I~V onos gave the Cardinal yearlings ces. After a slow start, the Ceam a 32 23 declsmn Randy Snyder .a. ......... won 15 of the last 16 games-a tz'e I Musselman Closes Out I - .- . ] , ,,~ ,, Aaaprea varieties mendous achievement considering [had 14 and Osbourn tallied eight | m ~ -- i ~ . that big man Lloyd Sharar act- * ~ ~ t :~ • True to Variety ually never was re'placed. Season W,th Defeat l / 11.1 • & 41-" V .t_ ,, ..... Schaus "made do" with Jerry | PITTS- JEFFERSON / lJ-IIJL • II,lll~~' lll~r"$,l_L ei lr fea vlseGse West. an All-American in every The l ipley-coached Musselman | T H E A T R E / ....... I i lllll.... i~! It* . • ~. . . department (~f play and eigh,tIHigh cagers who have shown as i ' i . ~ , " :'~' l'llCJllIll ermm’ltlOll other players of varying and lim- much Improvement in the past | {~ffARLES TOWN, W. VA. i : ! - [ted ability. The bench strength is I month of action as any .team in |. 1 : | I~l I "k •ex c~ed to be an i m rtant fac- the section closed out their 1958- . , Properly Clef[led to~s the Mount~ineerl~s engage in 59 regular season play Friday / Thursday, February26 / Question by a West Virginian. What do ,ou mean "hurtir i FII " . i tom:n~ment play, starting with night 'at Middletown, Md, by drop |T,.xT~C, ~,,~.,, ....../ " J ~ | • Davidson on Thursday at-4 p.m. ping a close 45-44 setback• In a |--r~L~ zu~zUn~-- / itsel[?" ' " ' . an entry selected at large in the kept pace with the Marylanders ] ~iiii:i:!ii!iiii!i~ii~. ~.E,tE.O"T~ ! | new industry to the state. By hurting its raft transvortation,. ~ PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. first round o'f Che NCAA tourna-l in l~he first period by a 12-11 score | ~iiiiii}iii~e ~I~[~ I | ............ ...... -- 11% "Oiler -- : I ment March 10 in New York City. ] but a bad second period gave the / ’-"' ’ ~ / . clear wesl: virginia is nurrmg l~SelL 1 ' • • host team the edge which ihey • • , ~ _ .'. , ~ S' *~ [ ' ~ " West leads by far m scoring ......... i Throbbing wzth Laughs, / : , [with 1660 points (to 359 .for Bob i~hlnagea ~o mamcmn ~e res~ o~ | Romance and Son-s i .. b successfully, save regularl ! . ........... ~ e way " ° ~:~i~ ~ " i J t one" nothing," " " ' " e truthl ~.i~,~ Yar~Si~ l ' ' " [ ~ Ronnie Hardy play[n- his finest | i Q: us how zs the state hurtmg its rail A" As the man said, Ain t th , / | . game o:f the season 'led ,the Mus- i ramur, u ~1 wui anu l transportation? Railroads, in the early thirties, p.am 1 I ': 1~ ~ ''- , Iselman team on .the offense with / NEW ORLEANS | .......... "-*erciff iL .-. i ..... w : .... :,- ...... : , • ....::: It4 points while Keller was high |~ i ..... &" Well, there's a thing called the privi- approxlmal:e~y ~OWo oz.a.zz a:~-~-~-~0~ ,~ i, u ~ :" for Middletown with 15 • I' .' . ~" ~,,n/ ..~ . .... freight and Ca~ie~ aoout two-mu,~_~ ~r ;. ' I ................... L_:.:=. ........ I " " ' / Friday and Saturday t legemx wl1~cn was imposea on me car- ........ e t9~:~-,"' ex • ..~ ........ , ' " • all in~erci~y passengers ~mc i~ ~racto/ I ~~ [ Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE / February 27 and 28 [ hers 25 years ago for the privilege of however other carriers such as t~=~. IIIOWer ' " doin business in this 'fine state The ' ' *or ~ Io ' .. RUBBEI~ STAMPS:T-Made any/ DOUBL EACTION SHOW ] . g .......... " and airlines, have grown into m I ~ ~ize you aesire. ~uic~ and Effl- 1 • ! ra~es unoer tins mx o~cnmma~ among ............. el~ '~I~l~-"b~e~ • - . . . . compe~l~ors for irelgn~ ana pa~ ,~ a~d a I cmnt___Servlce. Telephone 222, [Every gun m town is ready! i the several kinds of carriers. Some car- - -- '~'~as E- l ~ SPII-’IT OF J~ON - AD-/ • / ....... -. tramc. I n I ~;~i::~ ~ VOCATE OFFICE, North George i ~ ~ ,i tiers pay nommg at au, some pay httle, i | ~!i 'Street. , | t ~~~ | while others are taxed at the rate of '~ [ ~ ~i i~l~--~ll~,,~il~--.1-%]~ [ 11/~% -- and the railroads pay 4%. Not .-.. ............ I'~.~l~d, I ---- " / iW~~~ / only that but the railroads alone are ~. wna~s rne remeay ttzen, L, ~'~'i | ~~:~7:::: , . T° the Creditors and Benefic- | * " ' '" i socked an additional privilege tax on all _.~ I~H~,~.~' • • • : .... at all tYP~ !I~.~ | ~rp:r of the ~;sca~e of C. Edward | PLUS-- | their property in West V!rg ma. A Well, since s obwous th , only I ~~~.Z~ All •persons having claims a- | . / of carriers have come of age, it | I gains~the estate of the said Ed- / / ~: How come this dif[erence in tax fair that they should all be treated al~* L :: :~-~ ware r~oper oeceased whether due ~u~ ~ " " af~ I il~~~- ~:!~ or not, are notified to exhibit the/ / rates, and be subject to uniform tax r ~i~n R |• ] ~'~"~'IL~ 1~';:~_i!:~ gSameally venhedwith'" VoucherSto the undersigned, lthere°f' le- 1 J ° IlllIl~, T;~-~ J Y I i $IIo.. ~[l~R |fl~ I |l ~--'. The goo'a law ma~ers ......... oz west v~r " ~'~ "~' Cler!AUe i ;v ~ ~!i/'~~ at his office in Charles Town West i [ "~_~ [ ginia imposed the higher privilege tax ....... . ...... ~ i~ ~:~:;:~i:~: " : ,, Virginia on or before the 12th day At the end f the ~ on rail"roads In" 1933 when they were ~. woman t this result in a serto~ .~i~!~iiJii!ii!il O~'~ ~'~ of August, 1959; otherwise they At the end of the evil trail! • . o[revenue to West Virginia? I / may, bylaw be excluded from all]' , ] the orfly estabhshed form of transpor- ~:~ I ~ ~[~ ~1. benefit of said estate. All bene- I Sunday - Monday Tuesday | tat|on and the other carriers were either ... "~:!ii!ii:ii:: t']l# ,: , fie[aries of said estate are notified " -' . ' ellU~ , I ~"qlilllr"~'~~i: ~l~'l~ to bepresentonsaiddatetopro-[ March 1,2 and 3 [ mfants or mere adolescents. A:No. Thereneedbenolosso.fre lff: l la I tect their interests• | , , , ~ ] at all if the tax burden were | . " :~:~:~ ...... Given under my hand ,this 5~h I I ss v i 1 You mean there is more competition each carrier paying the same rate --r q~@ .......... ::: ......... ~':::'~ ................ day of February- 1959 .|! -.keS in • • • " L f" I :: : ........ ...................... :~ : ...... - _ [ i • ' I [ transportation now? business ~t does m the tate . • .-:~:: ~ i : : :? ~::: .~d : i iF'::i:::i:/: :~ : : :: ;;:i::!i: : :::~:: :: L :::::I::: : : : i:!: , ~ - ' , ,~, .:;::i;.~,.'.': .;: ...... T.W. STEPTOE [ MAb~ A.#A.am ~i : ' Commissioner of Accounts / I OF FILMDOM! ] | ~f I |l|M~ ~I~UV ~::* ' County of Jefferson 1 I --~.r. ~ I / -.,,,I , [ , ,,*~: ". ;,N: ....... ,;,..: '. ~llllil/lllllllllllllllllllli~~ , ~ t~ i ~~~: .... : ...... Charles Town, W. Va. |. [ ~ | | l ..... Feb 12-3T | \ i ~4 ar payday your .... I[ • ,l'a Z i " ................... 2: / I . I / ! ! i i .... _e . ...... ] | / i I For the fiscal year July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958, railroads of this state I • "~i;:~iil;;iii~ii:;.~y*W ........... ,':!i.*:'::~i:: :: i::, ....... "!i:::~ _ ~ I e\'tP, ~ • • • " r I ~.vmg~ ..y~~ ~ ~~~..[[[~ ~ [ i~r ~,: ~’~[ ! wereassessed 91% o[ the total transportatton prtvtlege tax paid bycarr~e . J, i - - i I# • n • ! corporations to the state of West Virginia. Some carriers paid onlY a i I To s.ve ~~I 1 ~~ I [~..i ..,~ 1 | . "s f thebusinesstheY :|~*i • ,/ ' i : I fraction of what their fair Share would be on the barn o larly! and carrier paid at all! Every payday, keep part of your The NEW T - : . | CARRIERS AMOUN i I money foryoursef.., depos;t,'::u: I [ l // I" I I Airllne, .... . .............. $ Nothi.g | l " l' m tiULUN.DyIne , I ...................................................... lllm YOURLAWYER I ',,o,,',,,.o.; I I Ta'i' .................................................................................. ' 92'7s6"t ,]l " . WILL TELL YOU I I I Buse. .................................................................................. 141,663. | I SEE iT AT POPUtAR PRICES! J Truckm 662 5~ $ , [ " g eompaniea and other motor carrier. ................ 296, " i~ Your lawyer will tell yOU ~ Starring i .... ' ..... 22 77 • , ~ that personal injury suits ~ Lesi;e Care'- I l~allroaas ............................................................................ ~ | • " . ~ are becoming more nu- ~ -- ~ "* -" .... ~' ~ i merous and more costly ~ Maurice Chevalier I "lbtal all carriers .................................................... $5,157,35 e ery year. Personal in- Louis Jourdan i II " ~ jury suits make up ~ O£~ / . all trial cases inU.S. • ~"-']"'" ~ i}' O ..... J~JJ ...... i ........... J ......... c ...... "" "-°~-o ,,, ~,.o. ~ ~umtuetj, oilOWS:--O d~ ~ Is 1₯1 ' \ . • ........... '~ ............ :~ _. . ~ i~ courts. Better make sure ~ - -" .................. ! :~ Comprehensive Personal , / YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT THE $ C?m~nsi.ve .l%r.so.nal~ ....... "~" What o r r mine d "i "I ~ ...... Liability protection is in- ~ wednesday and Thursoav ,~. s y u eco n ar on t zen. ~,_ ,, , ~: eluded in your it urance March 4 .... - ,, " . program. .......... ,vulu o Railroads sincerely advocate to all citizens, and their legisla re, u ..... ~ I ....... I ,- interests of public transportation in West Virginia can be best served by a r~ !~: w. erry t;rove FROM THE TOP 4}F THE WORLD overhaul of the transportation privileae tax statute to make it fair for all. ' A New AdventureIn Entertainment! title of a recent editorial in THE CHARLESTON GAZETTE said: "'Changing ?t~;j Agency Show Carrier Tax Change Need." Wouldn't West Virginia's best interests be " - PHONE 216 if that were done by the state s legislature, meeting now in Charleston? ' • ) r 117 A 1[; r CHARLES TOWN, W, VA. ~~~ " ! I J ~,,IIV ~ , L-IIII--a~,i~ ~=~'=]~, "~ II~ " , " Baltimore & Ohio Railroad !ii r {3~ I:'1~: 1LE, S- TO VN ~ ~ ~t/~l~"~31 Chesapeake and Ohio R.ilw.y ::iil ---. .=L.I. I HiT: ! York Central System i;', . Member F. D. L C. and Federal Reserve System W-| _| orfolk We.tern l .iIw ty ,'honei0 CharlesTown, W' Va. ILD[RItESs! . Virg.n,an Railw,y-- " , : - 1 Western Maryland Railway , I i:ii I I II I I I I I I