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March 17, 1966

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Peters, { ....... t~Y~lg~.~W~~~ A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 P.M. Eugene Baltimore, the Rev. S. H. I use for public recreation and I used in the county's school sys- [ Rosalind S. Chapman, Judson Ro- I rh:bmh, r rnmmnrra Pe F;nA^ e Each Monday Quotations of the Blue Ridg Patterson and the Charles Town[enjoyment. They contend this]tern and to make recommended ]mine, George Gleason, Norman]~llUlnUq,,! I,~Vllllll~/~,~ VlI~;~I~/} LIIUq$1~ Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, I Ministerial Association for help I policy contrasts sharply with the [ changes to the board, was approv- ] Mullins, Sandra Mullins, Lige Mill ~ ~e = ~ - -o - -- in promoting the program and [ right of the government to con. ] ed with the board asking, the I er, Alice Frank, John McCullough ] |||*rkc~n K~=AI~nA W.ReceiptsVa., MondaY,of allMarCh'classes14'moder-1966" I ~er0~$" m" aims of the. League. .... J demn private lands for publici I association., for recommendations J Daniel Schoemmell,. Martha Knott ] nwmmn,.;qpmm mm~ n,,un~,~.r.onment, mendm( ate, with a good demand for all " Robert Chandler, dzrector of Jnecessztzes and pubhc serv ces. l for the nersonne~ -f the corn-[Frances Rzce, Rosemary Duncan,~ ..... @ stock cattle and prime veal. I FROM PAGE 1-A the Jefferson County Job Corps ] The "Wild Rivers Bill" in it's ] mittee " " ~ J Lorna Frye, Phyllis Taylor, Win- ~ ~ p . I The Board of Directors of Camp was recognized as were lpresent form has passed the V. J . .: ...... , .... ~.^ o,.^..~.^..~ I nie Teets, Virginia Hardy, vir.]Ann0unce i'n(]a(~megT [Jefferson County Chamber ., Prime calves, 42.50, featured most significance and change. Mr. and Mrs. tester Taylor, IS. Senate and ff zt should be J .......... |gram Hardy, Ida Hendrmks, Rob-J J Commerco m,,tinc, M~reh l James Nzckens, Mrs. George Lew-J passed by the House of Dele- I ..... , ,~. ~..~.~.~ ...... ,~. J ert Rzzzo, Lorraine Writ, Joan| kd.~. If-.. I --- I'- J ~ ' Rn m hv ~ .,~ i~ the sam. ] At~the conlusion of his talk Me- ...... town ~tea ~ox Dase~au zeam zor . " " th Rzb ~_.~o ........ _,~" ....... ,n Choice butcher steers, none; i Kinney was lauded for his ef- ' " a e " r t F ~= u~ t,,~ o v =,,~uw. ,~,~,, ~ ---, - --- zs, Mrs. Darnel Braxton, who were ] g t s, ~t would empowe he ed- ] *.-~t, oh ~ .... ,~ .,, c,,..a ........ [ Kershner, John Deputy, Jr., Bren- | [vJ[~, ~dy L~g |U ~ vote annroved and will sUP 20.0027"00;gd butcher steers' 24"00 t i frts in the field f civil rights at the speakers table'toPlain23.75;to mediUmchoice butcher readSteers' ~ in Westby GeorgeVirginiaLewis,in a resolutiOnwho also theInVcatindinner programand benedzctmn were" " pro-fr loll eral Gvernment t take bY cn" I ~-~-~=\~'=*~ '=" "" = "-" "- - '~:~ ~"~ "~'- ! da Ddsn'demnlandatiOnon aSeither,mUChoraS 300 fe.deslet rejecLea m jme.. wna me ~oar~ s / y- -- ]h ' "~'mendmenttthee DlrkSenmemb~r.~hin(sjReaN103' " e~pptnorhonm) onntaetand will" lboth sz policy restrmtmg the use of Hr, R~ mood Edwards, Jr. school facilities on Sunday , , ----.- .... heifers, none; good butcher heif- ! presented a plaque to the guest nounced by th~ Rev. Mr. Patter- ] of the rivers and it could take as I " | [~ue}eqr~*} ~].m, ew I"A | Mr ---~ "-- ^ T~ ~.. ,~ .... I Senators and Con~ssme~ ers, 22.00 to 24.00; plain to medi- speaker. , son Imuch as 1,320 feet for ~scenicl The board also awarded secondlvl~ll~t.I I~Ul~ ~IU | ............... v"""*v"v,]ou .... , .~ ,~.;~ ~.;...~'*~,;oo~ um heifers, 19.00 to 21.75; good A resolution and plaque was .~l~in Tolbert extended the]easement purposes oneither, or[year contracts to 30 teachers,] .. _o _ _ /of Kearneysville, announce the],~'~v .... ; .... ~ ~,-v ...... -~ - ~ lne amenomen~ proposes ~ bulls, 20.00 to 23.00: plain to me- also presented to James Nickens, welcome to the group and pre-. both sides of the rivers, third year contracts to 17 and I ,ear DIClljnn . engagement of their daughter, I ........ dium bulls, 20.00 to 21.75; com- one of the founders and the only " . ~ ~,a,,,~mvmu~ vim mg ~o zne peopm ot eac~ szded for the program. [ aew continuing contracts to 111 ]Mrs. Kay Legg, and Raymond Ed-] the ri-ht t- ao*e-mi;,e the" e mercial cows, 18.50 to 20.00; util- secretary of the' Civic League ,by ) e ~ ........... , 'L * I th r persons. JB.J ....... I~.. ..... monds, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs.|position of their State Legi, ity cows, 17.00 to 18.00; canners Daniel Braxton, the first presi-, I p~A The list is as follows' [rUllilUIlal), ~1~1~t~,~ I Raymond H. Edmonds, 230 N | ........... of and cutters, 16.75 down; cows by dent of the league. . :~ I ,,J B,~,~,L, I ~u~ " I I Ralei~h St Ma,~;-~h .... "/ures. wnzie me ma~orzzy , the head, up to 200.00; stocker Certificates of appreciation al- I,CI~, ~1~[ [ ~ ......... Second Year Contracts-- ] Members of the District 6, West l MrS. Leg'g, is"a'g"ra~uate of[ members of both houses oI ~nu~,~ r~ ~ Um te n avo~ and feeder steers, 25.00 to 31.00; so went to James Taylor, Maurice on~ ~,~,r.,_~ I ,~ [ -- Josephone Shultz, Kenneth Hite [ Virginia Nurses Association, will Shenh'erdstown Hioh School ana| "ted Sta s Co gress f stock heifers, 21.00 to 25.00. Braxton Charles Baylor, Daniel F,~v,,~ ,~,-~,.,~ ~-nI attendance of Donald Mickey, dir Sylvia Kady, Julia Handzo, Fran- [ hear a discussion on "Pulmon- is emnloved by t~e Chesaneake| Dirksen Reapportionment Choice to prime calves, 39.00 to and David Jackson, John Pendle- ficials and parties. J ector of personnel and guidance ces Solenberger, Joyce Deputy, ~ ary Diseases (emphysema and tu- and P~)tomac Telephone Company| ment, a two-thirds vote is 42.50; good butcher calves, 35.00 ton; Gavin Jackson, Ford Walker, Announcement was made at the | in the country school's system at Mollie Haught, Carole H. Carter, ] berculosis), by two outstanding ~ of Martinsbur | ary in each house. to 38.75; medium butcher calves, James Tolbert, Charles Newman, meeting of a similiar public| a meeting of the American Per- Janice Hartfield, Edra Riley, Sus ~ speakers in this field as the pro-I Mr. Edmoncls, a uraduate of| The Board also voted 30.00 to 34.75; thin calves, 29.75 P,,llip Braxton for their efforts meeting to be held Friday even-[ sonnel and Guidance Association an Parker, Robert Madison, Har-~gram for a meeting to be held~ Martinsburg High School and of] courage and support a "S down; heavy calves, 23.00 to 32.00. in promoting youth work in the ing at 7:30 in the Fire Hall in[ to be held in Washington, D C., old Lorenz Elizabeth Gracey Herb | Monday night, March 21, at 7:30. Shenehrd College is a student| Through Strength" Semi Lambs, good to choice, 29.85; county and directing the Jeffer- Berkeley Springs when Robert| April 3-7. Mickey was also named ~t Cottrill, Geraldine Haislip, ] The meeting will be held in the at the Unitec~ "rhe'ological Semin-~ be held at Shepherd Colic butcher ewes, 8.00 to 12.50; stock son County Recreation League. Paul, deputy assistant secretary| to represent the Board at the obert Wertz, Mary B. Weller,|Conference room, Building 17, of arv, Dayton Ohio He is serving: ri114. This Seminar is ewes per head, up to 31.00. Special recognition was also given [ of the Department of Interior,| West Virginia Education Associat Phoebe W. Payne, Linda Engwall,| the Veterans Administration Cen- as- pastor 'of Fairview United sponsored as a vital ser Good butcher hogs, 24.75 to Oscar Reeler, Curtis Fox~, James will speak. { ion Workshop. The meeting will Virginia Couch, Ford Currence | ter near Martinsburg. Church of Christ in Georuetown formed for our young 25.50: medium butcher hogs, Ross, and Russell Doakes, who The organized opposition to the| deal with the use of employment Dorothy Piercy, Jean K. Scott,| The speakers will be Dr. Harry Ohio - ' to better acquaint them 24.00 to 24.65; heavy butcher assisted with this work. Shenandoah and Cacapon Rivers| time that will go into effect under Vivian Watson, Patricla Brandt,| Alexander and Dr. Ewell Head- A summer weddinu is nlanned portant international hogs, 22.00 to 23.75; butcher sows, Acknowledgements were also being included in the "Wild Riv.| the added two weeks of school Faire St. John, Charles H. Hine,| ricks. .__ ~'- - " throughout the world. 18.60 to 22.00; heavy feeders and given to Mrs. Edward Tolbert ers Bill" developed as a protestI term in 1967-68. James I. Nicely, Thomas B. Sulli-| ...... light butcher hogs, 23.50 to 25.50; Daniel Braxton, James Nickens, against departments of the Fed- Upon request from the Jeffer- van. i ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Read The Spirit.Aavocate Subscribe To The