Newspaper Archive of
Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
Lyft
February 27, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 27, 1969
 

Newspaper Archive of Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




SPIRIT OF $EFFER N FARMER'S ABVOCATE [ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1969 A--8t roll, wtth Mrs. Louis W nger, 209I I IiC' Ll~'! I101 ~11 Euclid Avenue 7:30 p.m. ] No. 4 Chairman Mrs. George' Wm Be Sermon Sunday '~ sermon topic for the 11 ~|~jck worship service at Asbury ~jt~d Methodist Church, corner ~North Charles and North ~tr~ts Sunday, March 2 will be "Th@~ Eternal's Call. The Rev Mr. J. Lee Williams is minister. A ~rsery for pre-school children iS prDvided. Church School. with classes for ai| ages is at 9~30 a. m. Come and wo hip. Activities for the week include: St. & Jr. MYF Sunday evening 6:30 p. m. Asbury Sr. Choir will partici- pate in the "Choir Festival" at the Charles Town Presbyterian Church Sunday, March 2 at 7 Mickey, with Mrs. tlarvey Leh- I man, 713 Morison St 7:30 p. m. I No. 5 Chairman Mrs. Allen Marshall, with Mrs. Donald Mic- I key, Summit Point Road 10 a. m. ] Sr. Choir Wednesday 7:30 p. m.] The $1.5 million sewerage sys- e~Ae~ r tern project which the reunioN- Antique Pi F 0m palities of Charles Town and Ran son have been working hard on Aldridge Estate On ifor over two years, ),as run into two more roadblocks - one The right to charge sewer rates suf- Display At 5tridm Antique collectors who are in- terested in seeing what some of the really unusual and antique pieces that will be sold on Satur- day March 15, in connection with the settlement of the estate of the late Miss Anne Aldridge are now on display in one of the shows windows of the Melvin T. Strider Furniture store in Char- les Town. Among the articles on display are a crotier mahogany tier table victorian chairs, a cranberry con- p. m. Cherub Choir Monday 3:30 p. m,; Jr. Choir 4 p. m Youth Choir 7:30 p. m. Circles meet Tuesday, No. 1 Cliairman Mrs. Grover Goode, with Mrs, Herman Willis 317 First Ave 2 p. m. No, 2 Chairman Mrs. It~nry sole lounge and some really anti-I tithe, with M~. Edward Lee Pine que dolls; a Confederate sword, 515 E. Liberty 7:~ p.m. Boston rocker, hand-painted tin No. 3 Chairn~an Mrs. J. W. Car tray and a majolicco picther. III :ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No. EDA 03-1-00449 Town of Ranson - Owner Sealed bids for construction of approximately 15,980 L. F. of 6" Sewer, 44.030 L. F. of 8" Sewe~, 4.930 L. F. of 10" Sewer and lift station and force main, Bids will be received by the Town of Ranson and the City of Charles Town in the Circuit Court Room of the Jeffersoq County Court House In Charles Town, West Virginia until 7:30 P, M E.S.T on March 31st 1969, and then at said office publ!cally opened and read aloud. The above work shall be performed under one (1) contract. proposals are solicited on the basis of unit costs covering the amount as set forth in the PropO~l Form. The Information for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of Con- tract, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bond. Perform. ~ce and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be qlgamined at the following: Town Hall, Ransom West Virginia Dodge Reports, Charleston, West Virginia Kelley, Gidley, Staub & Blair, Inc Golf Bldg Lewisburg, West Virginia Copies may be obtained at the office Qf Kelley, Gidley, Staub & Blair, Inc located at Goff Building, P. O. Box 29', Lewiaburg, West. VL, Upon payment of $10.00. This payment is to cover printh'kg, postage and handling and is not refundable. The Owner reserves the right to waive any informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with ltl~ lflfl; security In the amount, form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information. for Bidders. Attention of bidders Is particularly called to the require. ments as to fonditlons of employment to be observed and min. Imum wage rates to be paid under the contract. No bidder may withdraw his bid Within 90 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. (Signed) WILMOT G. CARSON Mayor, Town of Ranson ficient 1o pay for the project and the other, the proposed high in- crease in the minimum wage rates on public projects. The Charles Town Council was told Monday Feb. 17 by J. Robert Cain, superintendent of nmnici- pal works ,that the new wage scale recommended by 'the State Department of Labor on public works projects for the year 1969. will make it impossible for Char- les Town and Ranson to mee~ it's bonding payment obligations on the proposed additions to the Charles Town sewer system and the new system to be constructed in Ransom Cain said it was doubtful if the town could meet the financial connected with the construction and maintenance of the sewer sys tern on the rates which the West Virginia Public Service Commiss ion had authorized for the two towns. And if the wage sca e which has been recommended for pt~blic projects for 1969, has to be adherred too, he was postive the new sewer system could not pay it s own way. Cain said the engineering firm of Kelley, Gidley, Staubs and Blair, which has been handling the engineering wor~ on the pro posed new sewer system for the two towns, had requested the PSC for a 40-percent a sewerage rate increase, or a minimum of ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Project No. EDA 03-1-00448 City of rCllarles Town - Owner S~ bids for construction of ap~xlmately I~,000 L. F. of 6" Sewer, 39~970 L. F. of 8" Sewer, 3,920 L F. of I0" Sewer and ~xteltded Aeration Sewage Treatment Plant. the City of Charles Town and the Town of Ranson in the Circuit Court Boom of the Jefferson County Court House in Charles Town, West Virginia until 7:30 P. M E~.T.; on March 31~t 1969, and then at said office publically opened and read aloud. The above work shall be performed under two (2) con~ tracts. Separate proposals will be received and ~eparate awards will be made. Contrart I provides for the construction of the the Propo~l Form. Contract II provides for the construction of control building and extended aeration sewerage treatment plant. Pral~mals under C~atract II are solicited on the basis of a lump sum contract as set forth In the l~oposal Form. once and Payment Bond, and other contract documents may be examined at the following: Charles Town Water Dep~aent, Charles Town, West Vlrgima Dodge Reports, Char!eston~ West Virginia Kelley, Gidley, & Blair, Inc Golf Bldg ~lmrg, West Copies may be obtained at the office of Kelley, Gldley, Stoub & Blair, Incl, i~ated at Golf Building, P. O. Box 29, Lewlsburg,West Va upon payment of $I0.00 per set for Con- trset No. I, $I0.00 per set for Contract No. 2, These payments are to cover printing, postage and handling and are not re- "fundabio. The Owner reserves the right to waive any Informalities or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security in the mount, form and subject to the conditions provided in the Information for Bidders. No bidder may witlulmw his bid within 90 days after the actual da~ of the opening thereof. (~) DONALD C. MASTER May~, Clty of Charles Town $2.10 per month for Charles Town and a minimum monthly rate of $2.80 for Ranson. The PSc grant. ed only a 33-percent increase, or $1.80 minimum per month for Charles Town. Cain told Council another hea~ in~ before the PSC on the sew- erage rates has been set for April 9 and this time Charles Town wi41 ask for a minimum monthly rate of $2.30. Cain told Council he has only learned of the new wage scale proposed for 1969 a week ago when he attended a meeting in Martinsburg. He said the engineer ing firm which represents Charles Town and Ranson and the Jeffer- son County Board of had request- ed the rate scales from the State Departmet of Labor back in Janu ary, but had never received them. He said the new minimum wage scale, was set on the same scale which was used by the construct- ion firms that worked on the new General Motors plant in Mar tinsburg and not the prevaling rate of Berkeley and Jefferson counties. Cain cited a few of the rates proposed in the new wage scale, such as $4.65 per hour for .bricklayers; $3.40 to $4.25 per hour for laborers; $3.25 for water boys; $5.02 per hour for plumber: $3.70 per hour for truck driver~ and $5.50 Per hour for electrician Cain said these rates are abou a 60-percent increase over th~ past year and about double th( rates of two years ago. Cain sale" he had on behalf of the Counci) written a letter or protest an that a date of March 13 has bee) set for a hearing on the rates. In other Council business, Mrs Louise Leonard, chairman of the Jefferson County Planning Corn mission presented a formal con tract to the Council for approva and signature. The contract bc tween the city and the State Dc partment of Commerce, calls fo the payment by the city of $2,00~ towards the cost of the county wide planning program. Counci! signed ~he contract, upon the re commendation of Mayor D. C. Master and City Attorney Lec Bushong. Two members of the newly created Municipal Building Com. mission, Mrs. Hugh Caper~on and Dr, Kenneth Psillas, appeared be-' fore Council for an e)cplanatior of the extent of their responsibil' ties and powers as a commission. It was pointed out at the meeting that delay in the purchase of the old Bank of Charles T~wn build ing by the City of Charles T~wn. is being delayed by the lack of approval from the State Banking Commission. 1 Maryland--- FROM PAGE I---A struck a cul~ ert and flipped over on it's top and landed in a run. The occupant, ~, occupants of the car left the scene before offi cers arrived. Damage to the car was estimated at several hundred dollars by police. Chamber- FROM PAGE 1--A the County Court had named two representatives from each of the five districts in Jefferson County to the Planning Commission, machinery was set in motion for securing the funds needs for pre paring a The total cost of such plan was estimated at $50,000.00 county- wide plan. Recently the Federal Govern- ment Government approved grant for this purpose of $37,000. "The" Fantasticks" To Be Presented Again Night At 8 Due to the enthusiastic re- sponse received this past week end, The Attic Players have agreed to give a special perfor- mance of "The Fantasticks" again this Friday, February 28, at 8 p. m. Tickets are available at the library and will also be availah4e at the door. The price is $1.00, Special commendation goes to cast.member Mac Willingham, a Charles Town Junior, who com- pleted the last 15 minutes of the Saturday night show despite an accidental injury that occurred on stage. A~dience member, Dr. Mildred Williams, took him to the hospital immediately follow. ing the performance, and stitch- ed the wound. A black eye and stitches will be in evidence dur- 00; later the County Court ap- proved another $10,500 to be paid ing this Friday's performance. ever a three year period and the despite a competent make-up is being prepared in three phases and that each phase will be pre- sented to the public upon com- pletion for consideration and ap- ,proval, The first phase of the planning municipality of Charles Town up- crew. proved a sum of $2.000 to be paid The other cast members, under over a three-year period, thus the directorship of Steve Hooper convering the cost of the plann- and the musical direction of Mrs. ing work. A.D. Peters, include Katie Black The speaker said the program ford, Bill McWatters, Steve Hoop- er. Brent Anders, Carol Benton, Missy Ramey, John Newcomer/Jr. and Marshall McCormick, accom- paniast. The technical crew includes Phil McDonald, Jim Fleagte, Les program she said is that of pre- aring a And use analysis; a study of the county's la~bor force; recreation and historis areas; the fohysical features of the land, rest and agricultural facilities; adequacy of the county school Widmyer, Paula Propst, Martha Seibert and Jackie Bush. I The Attic Players is a volunteer non-profit organization sponsored by the Charles Town Public Lib- rary and under the advisorship of Joanne Kunstman, librarian. system, highways, transportation and a fiscal study of the county's 60P To Hold tincotn tax resources, Mrs. Leonard stated. Phase II will deal with the Day Dinner Mard)S future land uses; and Phase III will be the effecutation of the "in Shepherdstown program with proposed zoning standards for sub-divisions etc. Mrs. Leonard said she expects Plans are being made for a all three phases of the program Lincoln Day Dinner in Jefferson io be completed with a period of County, The dinner is sponsared 21 months, by the Republican Executive Cozn While only three public hear- mittee of the county and will be ings are required on the final held in Shepherdstown at the planning program before it can War Memorial Building on Wed- be adopted Mrs. Leonard said the nesday, March 5th, at 6:30 p. m. planning coanmission plans to Principal speaker for the din- give the public full and ample her program Will be William opportunity to be fully informed (Bill) Loy, formerly a prominent as to what the plan will include. I Romney lawyer, now administrat- She warned Chamber members live assistant to West Virginia that for any county-wide plann. Gevernor Arch A. Moore, Jr. A ing program to be effective it :past~resident of the West Vir- must be acceptable by the people ginia Jaycees and long active in of the county. She urged mere-I Jaycee work, Mr. Loy is well- bers of the Chamber to attend known in this section and across the public meeting of the, Plann-, West Virginia. ing Commission to be held to-1 Tickets, at $3.50 each, may be night in the Jefferson County] obtained from members of the Civic Center. Executive Committee or by call- Norman Kisner, president of ing 535-6825. the Chamber, presided for the1 dinner meeting and introduced1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles I-leare and Orville Crowder, of Harpers son, Rusty, were visitors on Sun- Ferry as a new member and day at the home of the latter's Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr and Mrs. lparents, Mr. and Mrs, Hemntm O. C. Stine as guests, j ~artZ in Rippon. FI21EIqDLY' HOME- OWNED ,J U. S. INSPECTED GRAD A G 3 80z s' G 20 bag 88 t 1 :ell0 bag 10 j II Coffee 1. 69' J DECAFE INSTANT COFFEE 10c GLAD Pkg. 2's TRASH BAGS 10 :KING COLE 1-Lb. Can MIXED VEGETABLES 10c FLAKON 8-Oz. Pkg. 1-Oz. Can ! KOUNTY KIST 8X)z GOLDEN CORN I KOUNTY KIST 8-O . SWEET PEAS " FRED'S 8-0 . SPAGHETrl SAUCE CONTIDINA 8-Oz. MUFFIN MIX ". 10c TOMATO SAUCE HORMEL Can H ,C 12-O - POTTED MEAT '. 10c ASSORTED DRINKS " WASHINGTON ASS'T. ' Pkg. LIBBYS 12.Oz. CAKE MIXES 10c PINEAPPLE JUICE WASHINGTON ASS'T. Pkg. DOLES 12X)z. BISCUIT MIXES 10c PINEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUIT DRINK $w KRAFT 8-Oz. Jar MUSTARD 10c O&C POTATO STEAKS 10c AMERICAN BEAUTY Can HOMINY 10c AMERICAN BEAUTY Can NAVY BEANS 10 AMERICAN BEAUTY Can GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 10c AMERICAN BEAUTY Can TOMATO JUICE 10c A L L Box 10c BOOK MATCHES ctn. 10c KOSY KITTY 1-Lb. Can CAT FOOD lOc TUNA & MORE 61/ -0z. Can WITH CHICKEN 10c TUNA & MORE 61,/~-Oz. Can WITH MEAT ' " 10c MY-T-FINE ASSORTED PUDDINGS WYLES ONION SOUP ROYAL GELATIN Fkg. ROYAL PUDDING P*g' CUBED 2-Oz. BEEF STEAKS '" CHUCKWAGON 2-Oz. STEAKS BREADED 2-Oz. PORK STEAKS BEEF 2-Oz. DRUMSTICKS BREADED 2-Oz. FISH PORTIONS TABBY MEAT FLAVOR 61/ CAT FOOD TABBY FISH w/CHIcKEN 61/~X)z~ CAT