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TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS 1 COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS --- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS 102 NO. 9 Busine -News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 1844 .... The Newspaper Charles Town And Ranson Grew Up With .... 1966 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1966 I I m West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper 1 PRICE 10 CENTS I Ittttm • [] ,y y "" t I , Ii ) i h • |] | • ) Tuesday, March 8, will be the day that Jefferson County .... voters will be asked to go into the voting booths of the B'" DON RENTCH II county's 26 precincts and say whether they favor, or oppose, x r( the $1,700,000 bond issue for the major building ,and |m- four years ago landowners and r~.~idents along the Shen- ~ provement program being proposed for the county s schoo River in Jefferson County banded together and fought and mh ...... ~.;..^, - _ _ system ...... , . . = =,,,,.a..,c.,u:.=.p u.,v: . • • r lie osl a battle against what they called Federal encroachment on their of the Jefferson County Red[ Annll li MeOmn Of The polls will be opened at 6.30 a. m. and .Io t m ~and properties for the purpose of building a high-level dam Cross Chapter[ officially got l ................ "- part they will be manned by the regular precmc workers. e river near Kabletown. underway Tuesday with the cam-] U,.,,.|&..I kA...k.,.- 11'.. While some 9,950 registered voters in the county wiu De w the battle is being joined again by many of these ,same paign workers going after at least lllUblJIIIII MI:IllUI:i~J /U eligible to help decide the issue, if past pe fformance hof Triers and residents. And this time it is the National ' Wild $6,102.00, which is the goal that I ~ . =# • = =.. voters in special school elections holds true, no~ more an ’' program which is giving them heart-felt concern. And so has been assigned the Charles ] l~e HeKI Ivl~r~ll ] ~ I 30-percent of the voters at most, ~will take the time or trouble again they are orgamzing for a battle with the Federal Guy- Town Chapter thisyear._ . I [ to state their positions on the levy, . ...... ent, only this time it's a land battle l~e rtev..ALien_ ~artle~y, ~ctor I The annual meet|rigor the me[ I Only 2,042 of the some 9,000 voters registerect, case nanol;s • ot ~on ~plscopa.l ~nurcn, t;n.ar-] hers of the Charms Town riospi- [in the last school bond issue held in April 1955, and in the • .-T--" ..... i ies Town, is serving as campalgnltal will be held Tuesday evening, " "on held two ears a o only about ' group nas aJreaay nero I~_. m.... kA @.~ .... I cnairman, with Roger l~amey as lMarch 15, at 7"30 in the Funk- /last special !evyelect! Y g, . • . voters turned out neeting, a.nd.have set up a I nee. Jdilll $ M. mn -r Ivice-chairman. . [ houser Industries auditorium in | Z,~ - .~ . . • ................ ~_tej tl this meeting. [ ~~~V~/~~ I Mrs. Kathleen Yowell, the south] Letters "reporting ~ proposed )'newRanson Grade School. The[ THE COST TO TAXPiYERS HEARING I ~'~ .... ~ I eastern, se.c~on.of Charles To w~l;[ by-laws change have been sent I newPrecinct which has been I .... ..... ~,, ~t.;.. ;.~ +ho ,.,,~.~i+l ~~:,~ -: • imrs. vtrglma uorsey, me soum-mto the 348 members of the Char- *.,,,~a~ 7 u:i.ll hv on~r~tin~ in} An~l wnat will ~nis extensive ~o~up°~'say thexr~ t"'pr~ima~'~'"~t)'. [ry o - ~;~ west section; Mrs: Ruth Shaffer,/les] Town General Hosoital. advis-, It seemed a little,, ,,like old times I only] 17. and immediately upon)] me"t .... ol~t'~anson~ ...... graue~ "~'~:--':°scnom. -- / buildin-] s ~.~,,~.-~,,~am cost the tax. 'e a " " " ve eI ~ the.northeast section; Mrs. Lacey ing of such action The hospital s for Harvey Tuffy , Lehman, of gra.du~lon from Charles Town een a than e payer?. r.~. et this .... time+ .... ls,~..to ha.’ th~ho ilauey." me nortnwest section;| by-laws" provide that" " .... all persons Mornson" Avenue, wnarms TOWn, I mgn" ~chool, ha" son. Terry W.[,.The~+~ :t.osfi..has alsonn btho rd~,l~. IgThe tax rate, based on the pre- .......... a ............. t t '[ - ]" " ] " list d tn] ......................... 1 - " Mrs Kathleen Viands, the north al female h 1 in November ,1965, when his son (shown on the right) en e ~ eac a • ' • - m e or , w o sha I pay an ’ " " ~ " s sent property assessments n h lldoah River taken out of . ...... • • ive ut town. Precinct. Thls t)me ~i~a~ .,~11 ttgtil" such time as a ftull .... east s~tlon of .Ranson,..Mr~. At~ lnltmtmn fee of. $25.00, or who~, Terry. W. Lehman, who ~s se.rvmg the Navy. He went on act d nt y been moved to the Plue• R'L:~e of ~ four e sses. of property e~t ' bl~ e ? nafmn ~ tier~n~anner, me soumea~. ~e, mkkes a doffetion to the hosplhflt wlth the u. ~. ~wavy came home m September i96,5 and .at p.res.e _ . ..... wo~d be as ~ows. i~te p~ g~,~. - • ..... he School .... • " tion Ra~o~, ~a₯ uavrs, toe of a sum of ~ m a I on a Navy l~ave before sathng on he is on an $5-day cruise m t • • ~ xim ~t the bill will, m" will, not, .... • . $25. ay pp y ~ . . ~ • • For the bond ~ssue to carry 60- Class I ~. Appro ate:. t • . north~st and southwest sections membershl a Navy cruise in the South Atlan South Atlanhc, havmg already r • 1 asse th respect to the acquisition ~ ~ ..... .--., ................ P: ......... ~+~ .o,~ ~ a~.~o a~ ~+-~n percent of those votmg Tuesday ly 10 cents per $ 00 sse4 ~ld I ~/- -:~- ~ _lUt xtat~it, m~. wmiam ~p~tu-l ~mltll l)ommct out tnere has I tic. Father "Tuffy" a Navy manI ...... ~' ~" ........... "~" ""-~ .... ~ .... . ..^*- ,,....~,, .n tho ~,,~i ~-~.~ ,qml~ ~; ...... ~m ..o_--~/~:~ ...... ;:~/ttl, Bakerton; Mrs Charles Tom-/been no increase in the ho~,~ltallhxmself, couldn t resist the tem-I ing to the States he s sl | ..... --; ....... | ......... . ,,.u .--~.o -,-- ~-"sS~al~~~~,~ /u..u...a .... ~.: ~^u.. ~..^./ .......... "~" I _.~.:__ ._,,,..^.,. ^-.,, ~.~. ^M/a++en~ a Communication Tech| levy Pallet Tnls IS tne percentage] This mcluaes tarrn eqmpment . , ..,~.~..=,,~, .,.~. o.,.l x~,tw= members[ llSi: in me ast ear blL~ttlUIL tO Dig(ilk UUt li~t~ Ultltv u • , , - lllted States Senate last Fall " P P Y " " • " 1 in of the vote cast which the state used in agriculture and hortlctd- ............ ,^_ _~ .h.,] ~) /Burns, the Berrywlle Pike; theI The section of the by-laws to be I Navy uniform which be had kept)School in Pensacola, F a., start g] ..... ....... ~.~[ o.~,~,,..~ Cn ..... h,,+;t~ ....tv~t] ~~i~~ ]Rev. Robert Taylor, Brown s Shop ] voted on for change deals wlthlstored away smce World War II-]m Ju . | ..... , ...... | ....................... ~,r^,^. ]section; the Rev. Franklin Lintonlthe number in make-up of the lAnd he donned it just long[ As a student at Charles Town] ~unvv, ~ev#. ] w~ue ywl~eu oy prvuuu=. .... t C-, -%~--~.,,,, yz. ~ ....... I ]Blue Ridge District; Mrs. Gussiel board of managers, how to be/enough to have the above picture[High young Terry was an out-| WHAT IT DOES |~xauie uunus, ew. . ~o~. uepresentat~ves. ._ ._ ] REV. JAMES M. SINGER lBaylor, Mrs. Harriet Taylor, and[ elected, terms of office etc I taken with his son. He is shown] standing athlete, playing a half-[ What does the s,~ecial Bond] .For example: $1,000 assessment ues~gnatl, ng.tne ~nen_a,n, uoan ] ............ ~ .... r~ ~ .... ] Miss Edith Murry, Charles Town, I ' " ] on the left in his Shipfitter's[ back position on the 1964 Charles) r ..... ........ ,~ a~ ~.~ +he Jeff / Will cost $1.00 ,per year. . . as a WIlQ aver, me xne nevc~el~u o ..... . ........ s~. ~ .... ~-= p-ut~,,~u ~u ,,u .-= ~ - CI II A " ra . ' ' ,h~ ’~rmon for the ]Mrs. John Bragg, Engle; Mrs. Garl ~ • . mm m | Third Class uniform whmh he/Town High football team, His pre[ ers Count School s stem and| ass Property - pprox~mateLv ~_1 Government will be able/ will preach "-L..:_-. ......... /land Walker, Flowing Springsl Mev ilinnlnI!’ illM~01~ i wore many times during World/sent address is Terry W. Lehman] ...on .... t y., .^ ~^y~ the tax | 20 cents per $100 assessed value. ,.cnase or tage ~y eom~emm/seconu ~J0mmumty ~elitegi uw--/v.,a a~.. 1-, .... ,._ ~r~:,. ,^~..I " ""'" ~" "" /~,v.. ~r ,,~,,m,,, o~ .... a • ...... / ~ao~a~a~a ~xr ~ c r n.~.+., ^~_/w.at ~s ~ ~-,s ~ ,---~ - "/ This includes owner 0CCUDieo , land and scenic easements] vice which will be held at St./ .......................... l ..... I. "- - ........ ~ ~:... ],~u~ wt)~ ~,~ .... v.~t. ra .... v.~| payer. These are the two m ] | homes farms onerated bv owner , . , • • sun xerrace, mrs. r. T. wnltung- ~WO years Wltll tile U. ~. *~avy. Jt**o, ~'. v, ,.~. ~.,.~, ...-- --..~ • • he "' ~ " ,therlversshoresforscenm/Thomas Evangelical Lutheran[,~.. ~.,, ....**.. ~, ..... .lTnl $1;It f na kar ] ................. ] ..............i--Tabb" lquestlonsbeing asked by t [or bona fide tenant v, rllai'’ ....4 ,,+a...~,..o..~o+t p~,,.~..+ ’-a~ ....~ .,, q.h,,rcd~v/=v., .~.tvw., mt~. ueu=~e =~'/ "" --" w.v...j#~un~m I un lviay zu, z~, at me age OZl u~ovz, truvto uy o Ill ") ] vnfpv And qrhnnl officials have/ .. • -- 22^ - -.-.u,he a.u Ou~u,,,,.. ...... I "~""'~" == ''~ t~. ,-. u .......... ~/t~.M.=.~. xr.~.~^, ...... ~.~ xr .... ~ m m .i ................. - ..... . .-- t x,:or examnle" ~.~ assessment • • • 2tl’l~ttl~,ll~ I~UICLUWII, IVJLI~. L~IULVdl " t ~O O ~ * ~ • • PUrposes which will con- March 10. He ~s pastor of Luther j ....... . . / -~ • . ~, , .... / I | been making every attemp g | ,,,ill ~o~+.~ ~ ~m ~-~-"'~" ,,o~,..,~=. .... ohnston, Kearneysvllle,~ars. * n where and an lme and ro- " " • e to public enjoyment, and] Place Memorial .Church m Wash-l Louio- n u .....Ir ..... ~ .... l tI0n LenTen 3~i’e llaaalla ~ Wflll~n Vfl~l~r’] Tflmlln Child HIII~ | a y., yt., P . l Class III and IV- Approxlmate- Without limitaion on other l ington, D C /.. "?~--~- "?'~'.~'?~° "[":/ /h~u~Ju~, v- ,, .,...,., ...~..~1 .v.,,..,. v..-....-. • | vine me answer to mese quest-| 1" ~ o,~.*. ~,... ~tm ...... =.4 • . • ~toau; ~waru ~ t;nrxsman, Lee. Th " son 7 . ~ ....... . ~-~= v ........... [ Pastor Singer was born in Penn] ........... • ....... / e Rev. Jenmngs Rob ,. r.,|... .. . p • I tin .., . • • . / runs. ] value ss ,, ,, urch was ~"; m~ ~eorge ~[arK, r~aruns formerl of Jefferson Coun A for what the bond ~ssue Will age of this Wild Rivers sylvania His home ch y ty, W mm s ~ts includes all bus[ s c Wou]" • -" 2n th~ Sec I Zion ~uthe~an '"the One Red [ burg Pikei Mrs William Hitt, Lee/will be the uest reacher at the ] ~0 I~e(Ir AD0[IT r0relgn i wnen lie ~ | do if assed It will authorize t~e| " " es.,, om c vesmw up - , tow Road" Mrs Harlan James g P P • mere|hi, public utility, and per- 7’ of the Interior and thel Rose Church," at Manheim, Penn-/...v.n, ,.. • ..... ,[ Wednesday Lenten service at[l~ .....I.. B.I;... kd....l. I~]f;J./~lUl...h.~,/%.,, [Jefferson County Board of EdU-tsonal nror, erties (All ,~ro~ert~, = lvn~oleway, Mrs ttalpn Jonnson, the ~" ~" ~" " " -tory of Agriculture, full[ sylvania• The land for this church| ......... .. ;. ...... ] Zion Episcopal Church on March] i;~Olloml~ rUlll;y I*lalul /Jm© ui I~lu₯1|l~ 1~11 ] cation to move ahead with ] not covered in Classes I and I1 ~uuvme, ~ars r~arry ~t r~aole, 11 win i ht oint build~ to acquire in fee title by[ was given by Baron Henry Will-]Rive. U.od. Mr~ John "Mo,,Pon]9" The service beginsat 12:0S/ I ...,.. • ..... ~... ~;.,. ........ ~_1 fo o " g e'g -p 'nglfall in these classes.) ~ernmation, an area which I |am Stiegle, a close friend and/ o.a "~',~' w~.~'*l*- m...~,,/p" m_ in the Churcn, ano a ranch-/ __ . ~ ....... I ~_~."_'~___..~"~__"~"~.~_" ~'~.~ ~[ program: | For example: $4,000 as~sement extend as much as 1,320 feet I associate of George Washington,/~'~ "~:~'. "~"~'..h ~"~.'.~'~/con tollows in the Parish House/ ~ne t,eagueot women voters/ue.t~ o_ccu~reu _Lnff~._~_L._o~Aky~_~-t 1 - A new consolidated high] will co~ $16.00 per year. t e'th~v ~id~ nf th~ river / fn. th~ r~ntz] af n e red rose to ~-'~-'~" ~uueLt x~. ~l.,t., .~,~u., for those attendin the service ot Jetterson t;oumy nero a unlt nty outing me past weeK, wnanen 11 ent l ...................................... n M g • . . school to handle an enro m In the event the property asses ~Se opposing this programI be paidin the monthof June and/cqo;,. M-~ Violo ~i~M°'--" a#~o]., r. Hobson, now rector ofl ~ __ g ........ [ ........ , ...................... ~tof about 640 students of grade~lsmentsshould be inerea~d under rs uary ~ager, ~nenan~oan Jun M meet[ Thursday, February 24, Town State Police report, one • ., -- - - --~.~o...s, .,.-~ Ma at tne nome ot ~ars uwen L.OnK uccurreu lllUrSUay eVelllng, JPeu ,the Shenandoah River say,] forever after to his heirs. Pastor/Pr~*-- ~r~h~n~ ~.~ ~r~’ n.n'] uison Parish, Purcellvi~le, Vir-I ....... . ....... ,'] ......~n .... ~ ,ho .,~1 10, 11 and 12 from the Charlest the property re-evaluation pro- l ..................... l /t n o i~e es terry ~uau uue ~.~ ~t v ~ ~. ., .... ~ .. ~ :u this much of their river/ Singer was educated at Gettys- I a~ ~r~L..~ Wa~bin~t~.n r/~i~ht~| g'nia, served from 1949 to 1953 [Y .n _ Y _ " ..... / ~,,.~... :.~....'~.. '.~.::.,~ ~'; ~ "'~'1 Town and Harpers Ferry areas,I gram now taking place in the t ,u .,~,=.~, ........ ~._ -- --, to me neav snow, one oz me o..~=j -,u..-us auuu~ =~. ~e taken over by the Fed-/ burg College and graduated from I ....... "" %%- - ' / as ttector of Nelson ~arisn in I . Y ..... / .... : ~'. .I With the new building to be lo-I county, then the tax rate for the ......... • =....^..~ ;./,~^...~. .... c~.~ .... I mrs. Joseph rrenuce, uarpersl this county That narish then I scneduled spea ers, ars u. it./ Tne un ay morning accidentI i, rr lltown 1 .... h. Ferry, and Mrs Re~d Geronimo corn rise Church f the Hol Nugent of Morgantown, was un revolved a child and It occurred , instances ruin their prop-/ His pastorates include: Assist-I^_~ ~;~_ ~^~.-;~^ .;.~. .... | p dthe o ^ Yl _.. "|-- ~ .... .i~.~ ..,,χ~ ,)~ ~, ~ndlsection- The cost of this buildinglduced sincethe cost of financing :s and in some instances/ ant Pastor at Luther Place Mem. I 1:,...,,... '1 Spirit, Summit Point; tirae, e_ I " e , / ... ~'1 has been estimated at $770,000.00.1 the bonds will be the same each l ~uatvax , Vllle effect the very homes in] orial Church from 1948-49 andl • | Church, Middleway; St.JohnsI Dr. B~ron Webb of Harpers.] ~.- ........ | 2 - An addition to the Charlesl year for a pariod until the bonds " some ....... of them reside Christ Lutheran Church, Altoona, Church, Rippon and St Barth- Ferry, who ha~ just returne~ t;orporal ti ti rioiman ot mel m...... ........................... ~,~.;m. T4icrh ~oh~nl +. nrn. l__- __have been _retired, but th_e Derlo(l'od hen the"Wild Rivers" Bill] from 1949-54. He was pastor of St.[ I.~,,.#i~. I~A I~h.mA.* / olemews' Church, Leetown. ]from a months' tour of India]Charles Town State Police, said| ride for the Junior~ High enroll-I shall not exceed 34 years.- ~resented to the U. S. Senate| Matthew Lutheran Church in[ |{l~t~i I~ I~111111~| ]_ Mr. Hobson, born in Bluef!eld,| where he studied the dairy!ng] little Franklin D..Tomlin. ~,. of| ment in present Charles Townl ,e first session of the 89th/ Bloomsbur~ from 1954 throughl -- /West Virginia, was euucatea atl probloms of that coumry ~or me/~iuviue, wamea ~rem oenina al T,,,,t,, t;~b hnildinu ~vail~blo. I tl_ . I -..--! Id..~.~...I ~h~nanM~orch 19iv65er nw°a2a~/ 196~stor Singer taught English [ TO Be Held March 9 | tSt~JeSo~°°hdi:SSJxSt;:cepr°:I P~2kedcC~rv;onfetmt~e~hg s'd~r°:ea I i°:i:~men~:a o~ g~addeefr:~i;i~mc~ I I~. Lo{;m llUl~|[~ll ~d. When the Bill was pre-/ Bible during 1946-1948. He has/ ..... • ..... =l Virginia, and the Virginia Theo-| He told of one huge mill pro-] North on Secondary Route 27 by[ now in use The estimated co~[ ~t/tlll~ TA ~t/ ~hl~ ed to the House of Represent| served as a chaplain or speaker I A~ ['|~lq~'t~ ~-]1~ H~II] logical Seminary. He has served| cessing plant which rehcs onl William E. Dodson, Jr., of Ransonl ~ *~i~ ,,ro~ect has been -ut atl ~vul~ ~v • ,uS ~ w~ ~s, however, on January 20, for one hundred twenty-seven ]/41 I~111/.[;11 ~ I i1~ IIUII I churches in Tanana, Alaska;[ 85,000 individual producers. Each[ Dodson stopped immediatelyt ~'~'.'000 ~' ~ ~" "1 .... )~ the second session of the] youth conferences. He preached I [ Bvliue ielad, W. Va. and Tunstall,/ f~rmer has onn]l~lkoanef:e:W~ bUmf~l and transported the child to tin;I **7: Construct a new e,ementary I Youth Center Dance • Uongress, the Shenandoah/ for twenty-three Evangelism M's- ] The 13th annual Distinguished I " g" " • / a o and the " " .'1 Charles Town General Hospital) ~ ......... +~, ~...+~k.~ +~1 • 'r ..... • " a i ns in lar e ~,,-m m * ~v,,--.. ,.~o.~. ~ was mcluded ] slons in eight states durmg the ] Service Award dinner of the Jeff ] ~ ] 300 collection st t o g -~] where he was treated for abras-] ..... +~ ..... ~.o .~ .... +a~,] " • • , • . ;3[;1 v~ ~lt~ ~UIII~ OUU ~l~;ll|K;lll, &ff I’ ))~ Shenandoah River was add[ United Lutheran Church m Ame-/ erson County Jumor Chamber of[ / ars atop the heads of the women.] Ions about the face and a deepI ,,aen*o thai The Spectres, a newly formed the "Wild Rivers" Bill in[ rica preaching mission. Twenty-/ Commerce will be held Wednes-I ] Another processing plan was[ laceration of the ear. He was also[ ] musical group of local musicians .. ry through the efforts ofI three campuses have heard h~m! day evening, March 9, in the] P.oou. |. B ..... CAwl.. | built near a large Indian city, anal admitted for observatmn / _ Z;."_;_.., ..... ~7"" ,-;" f will be making their debut Sat- •tors Jennings Randolph andl as chaplain or religious emphasis Citizen's Fire Hall in Charles| lAil Mf ill rUW I d WIIl ] the owners of the thousands of] The Thursday accident occur-] ;c ,s lj t lmeWt y : e is'lDnej:r ni [urday night in Charles Town ~_rt C. Byrd, reportedly upon] speaker. In Washington, Pastor Town. I ~ • =o ~ .o / buf!alo that used to roam me[ red one-tenth of a mile East ofI -’206 000 00 "] when they play for a dance to be ,' Commendations of the Potol Singer serves on the Pan-Luthe- One of the highlights of the[ Machine I I'MI011 / city s streets, and their aroma[I Charles Town on SecondaryI 4 ' A'new elementa buildinz] held at the Jefferson County i ~iver Basin Committee andl ran Student Committee for the dinner program will be the nam-] | were brought out of the city anal Route 17 and involved was aI L ~',.uoo *~o -o~.o~ 380 -tu~-| Youth Center, Corporation, lo- _~Y Governor ttulett Smith's t Universities of Washington and ing and honoring of Jefferson/ The first class of instruction] settled around the plant..~r.', State Road Commission truck and] ~o..-~..~-~.~,~.~.~,~.. ~o ~] eated on North George street, Virginia Advisory Committ- ] vicinity; he is also chairman of CoUnty's Most Outstanding young] in the operation of power oper-] Webb stated that the u talo] a 1958 Mercury station wagon be-t Iin Ranson , the Board of the Neighborhood man for 1965. ated sewing machines which has[ milk is very heavy in Duttertat in~ driven West nn Rout~ 340 bY l ..... "-='" ...................... ~ .~.. r^k~_ r,:^~ ...... :~ .... , h~se opposing this move, also [ Churches along Massachusetts Tickets for the dinner are now/been underway at the L'ore Lyn] content, though the yield from I Tt~omas G. Buterak()s, 39.of Win-I ~rea~ ~s~mated Cn~St$5~0~l.0~to t the~ou~ent~eri~ro~u;~w~aothas ~ out that somehow a recom-] Avenue mile, an inner-city group available from any Jaycee mem-| Company in Ranson, for the pastI each animal is low. Cattle are/ chester, Va, | be" cen~rall.,e'l%ca~e~ 7o'?J~e~ ;nl been arranging the weekly dances "~ation was entered into the] for cooperative ministry to the ber, or at the Jefferson County] six weeks under sponsorship ofl notused for m~: ~r. weov also Charles Town State Trooper] estimated 220" students of -radesl at the Youth Center, said the ~PURN TO PAGE &A | downtown area. Chamber of Commerce office in[ the Jefferson County Board of[ wsite~ a rcsearcn center esta~- Gary Arthur said the State Road] 1 6 from the ~L~etown Ka~ne;’s~-j group is composed of Bobby the Charles Town Civic Center. Education and the West Virginia lisnea with Amerman alo.Commission truck being driven l : ....... ' - .;~ "~Perk~ D~- ~-~- ~.o.t. ~,~ The price for a single ticket is[ Manpower Training Program, haas[. The League .members present by Wager F. Penwell, 50, of Ch~~ ;~lJ~ioana~:en~n~e~ J:s~C~l u el, Jimmy" Ft~gle an~l"ttonnie lmlltllm~%l • I • tltm#~mltl~l~lk jl=km,r $2.50. /been completed. A total of eight| decided to postpone me nearing les Town, stopped and the Buter- be "2061000 00 ~ Corso • Gary Kable, chairman of the[ women completed the course out| of a tape-recording on foreign akos car slid into the back of the -~ .' " : ..... " 3rL%IAL ARIKIUrlt, rJVlr l/ banquet, announced that the[of the 11 who were enrolled atlPolicy that Mrs. Nugent had sent truck, Damage to the two vehic- .~" An addition ~o.me ltanson ......... -- could be emmenuary scnooi to take care o~ ~~~----: -: ...... speaker for the occasion will bel the start on January 10. | until more members les amounted to about $125 Buter " " . l ecause of the increasmg costs of pubhshmg a news- Dean Pout L Selby, Jr, of thel Plans are to start another suchI present. This tape is of the talk akos was charged with following the.~operations .of a two-rpom ....... l econ mls DUnolng ann temporary class ,_.,__ .,-_ o_---. _, .... ~avocate with it's West Vir-inia University College[ class within the next week orl given by the Br'tish . o ".t too close ....... ~ ..... .oh .... + ~;." I~vL~ like LHe i~l[lt UI dlCl•Igl~il'nu ~ - - ~ ..... ~ ...... , • "°=-'--" "-- ' "--~--- "^-~ "* th- Lea-ues " -"" o "- -" " "- ---'- "-"-- --g" " ....... a~.o .a,~ra ~.d n;~f,,r=e w~ir Of Law uean ~elDy receivea nisl ten uays It mere IS suiiiUlellt in-, DnrUara VV’IIu, a~ ~ S t, , =. ,, . o . _. aat coverage of local and ............ ...... ..... , .... ,. mitl terest for it Schools Superintend-I National Convention in Pitts- • •, . _ has been.l!sted at ............ sen-tan ...... 't .... id I bur-h i 1964 The tape will be ~n{le~10 IIl Mla , . An aamt on of two cross- • , -_ er weeK~ tnls newspaper Wlll increase ius suo p ted to the Ohm nar in tnat year. l ent T. A. l,owery sa : . I, g. n .. • ...... .. ,I .... ~ st tho R1u~ Ridvo o1~rn~n eper ear. to $5 00, effech've April 1st, 1966 We After having been in private prac~ Women between the ages o~I nearu on Ivtarcn, ~, ~aturaay, at __ ~'tar .... +~scnool "~ z"~'--'-a~ a costV-=~-'=~'~'ot ~x~ uuv uv ' - ..... -- - - ---: --~ - , Y . - " • . ." ". • tiCe of law for 9 years, in 1956 he 18 and 40 are eligible for the Mrs. Conklyn s home at 2:30 p• . Y i io ' ' " Most elou earl II ,ret this increase, but m wew of the steaddy nsmg wa~ made assistant Dean an~l training which runs for a per-[ m. All League members and There will be a meeting of the . 8- An add.t n to the Shep- :~. ~ly.=, dy- ~ : It~ ;t ; ..... ,~,-~ +h.t we do so Subscrintion rates .o~'.+*-+ p,.o’ .... - of Law atl iod of six weeks Persons inter-] others who may be interested Tri:State Citizen's Band group, nerastown mgn ~cnoolto provide Wtth ~t~__,~L~j~..~.~ -' .......... ........................... for several Ohio State University, and later[ ested should contact" the L'ore ~ in the I ...... eague's posit'ion on aid Tuesday, March 1, at 7"30 p m proper size areas for plwsicai an~ ram um~gn~ w~m tow~ this newspaper have not been incre ed ...... χ^ ~,,n ~,~’ .... ~ ~.dl Lvn nlant in Ranson It is necess-I and trade are welcome,to be held at the Moose Home in biological science areas,., mustc Friday ~.~__with_ • • v-,--,,~,, ~v .,..~ . .~ ......... ’ "" ~ " " ' " too b sines ou auon (le arounll ~ [uralng eome Subscribers may renew t eir subscriphons dur- Director of Legal Clinics He be'-I ary to have at least 10 persons[ The League Board is requested Charles Town. All C, Bers aro m and u s e c - _ . = _? -= • ° " lass with as m io meet at 2 p m for a very urged to attend, saidCharlespartments The estimated cost Ouu~e~ ~or ~tumay the re der of this month at the old rate.of $1.00. came Dean of Weat Virginia Uni to start a c , any • . • ^. _ . ..... • ,wa,, ........... 1] .. ...... +oa ’... ] brief business sessxon lusner, treasurer ........