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March 19, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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gainst Henry Henshells of New, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAeMERS York State ,the owner of a horse / [[i SPORTS NFW VlEW 1 ' . b 2--B THURSDAY, MARCLI named Jim Fields and.trained Y I- " " From Page One From Patm One | ........ -- Ji~mee~lu ~,,~Miller'^ themCa~S'esW~s~t~ ~ ~v,, ~,,~,,cn:! ,#, th---e week to fred out when/H0t Affecteduy own5 was not able to get to/Harpers Ferry I ter p22e ant,no IIUIII ,q, this season, called the z" "s " / ..... -- - ,,. e. the Legion will begin sprin workouts... Doyle is ,ex- [ | Charles Town as a result of the] | RsHla In M: ' n % tl l.'lv NlnnT petted to be employed at Shenandoah Downs and the other [ I|Oq, lll & UW heavy sn(yw in New York state. [ FROM PAGE 1 / (7 $msrrzS i#UiH H! Charles Town track here this summer and display his din- | The new racing bill which State VChile in Charles'Town Fridayl_ ril 24 Hed esville Home/ ~/' . . Ap - g ~ ~J ",J mond talents for Charles Town and sectional fans......~,~o.~ ~,,,~,~ ~: ~r~, nT [~ - "-." --. ~ .... the Commlssmn also discussed i Aprfl" 30-Charles Town Away/ ,~_f~nn|e ~| night, March.21 amt CTOlcOhn : h fOc oo lYh wMCK n:ey His presence with the Legion should give the ball club a / ar ;nsburg'in(roduced"andnwas commission officials for .the fourlMay , 5-Martinsburg Away[ Saturday - 3Opmm' c hye,sh/l enp ds oYr-- --- secutivegames and carried a 28 real boost, both in the hitting and fielding departments.. [passed by the West Virginia Leg- West Virginia ,tracks for this year|May 8-Shepherdstown Home| B. _J ~,a" ," # ' " " " a era e at D C |islature late last week will no~ but wibh'held ,making any announ May 12-Hedgesville Away m l, of st Jose h s High School poin~ per game v g ...... .; .... '" "cement untillater. I (Date Pending)/ man~au~ mer y P ' , " ~ nave any enec~ on Lne planneo nsbur lecentlof George Teacher's College" Bob Reese 6'- Many Fine Thorou=hbreds / Marti g " Y " " ~ :~ '" '" "'"-7 " ., ~, [ May 1 opening of the new Shen- n Unlvermt of the Sou 5" Co captain ol ~'orclnam m ira , ;PECIAL Washingt~ ' Y ... ~- 2 ~ ......... ' Than tho Khonandoah Downs track opens May 1 |andoah Downs race track at 'Char nference will bring a ~nepnera wonege in l~aa. rne ....................... Chern Co " ' .... , ' " nd les Town even though it does res- rou of Colle e All-Stars to play player who ~s familiar m thesefor 62 day s of sport scan each day s racing program a | ..... . ......... o.. .... ggaiPst talent ~rom the Panhandle parts, performed. ,for Cha~Is be convinced that Race Secretary Gregg Johnson is bring- [ ~ns~ U~iregi~res~1ouiry ,trances?cu '~ Town High Scnooi aria " 1 ds t area ........... " ing to this city the best collection of thoroughb "e o I William D. Poland secretary of McDonald's squad will consist of mun~ameers' ,war~er ~mepy , . .... . . . ' . ....... ~ Glenn. "Bucky' McDonald all race here since the Sport of Kings was legalized with purl [the .West .V~rgm~a Racing C.o..m trT oene ouarllla one ol ~ .... ' il " ' thor mission SalQ Lo meeb ~n~ ~uqu.~- ...... th. Southern Conference chmce w i muiuel wagering back in December, 1933. Over 700 - ...... ; .... .... ,~,A, st=,,~n,g perform .............. r . . . , ................... ' ............ - "h'rn~nference in recent years head ,this team" McDnald has e" u'hbredsarecminglnfrmMaryland'many' them|da'hDwnsfficia'Iswill'hwever'~l KEEPS MORE FOO[ a'nd-who-has been chosen to-par- entl o2f nsCn: ennrClhrePrese1 win ers during the present sport at Bowie. have to make a new .application ake in the annual tour of the Col ~.~ x~..,,: q ..... ~,+h ~v~anrch _ _ . /for the dates which they had .prey ga.,~, ~.,~ ............. ~ ' - - - " ll d lege All S~ a~amst the Harlem " R i h N C " . . musly been .a Gee Globe TtroCters throughout the 28 in a!e g , . . . .... [ Due For Hot Shooting Night [ The Martin sponsored bill has a Uni,ted Stu%es; 6'5" Sam Knisley,Game time nas oeen se~ a~ tins [ . "We're due for a hot shooting night," Fred Schaus /provision stating that when two another s~rong performer from specific time. 7:30 P-m. s it will [ ~'~A ~,~A I h a f~olino-we mio-ht have it a~ainst Louis-[ tracks in the same area ~pply mr' .... DWKEEPS THEM BETT %he George Washington University not conflict with the NCAA play- | ~.~,'~' ""'." .. ,." 7.'P .... ' " " 11 t all in /dates the commission must give Colonials, "Bathe" Marshall, 6', of offs in Louisville. Kentucky, if the [ vIHe rrmay nlgn,t, we, tiffin t SDOOI; ~OO e a [,preference to 'l~e track which in the George Washington UniVersity W. Va. Mountaineers advance toeCharlotte and we re due. This team is capable of beat- |Vhe previous year had returned ' i ; ...... +l .... ..... have a hot shootin night " I,the most tax revenue ,to the state. " ' " l se of our ccau c ........... |[ he declared. We re not a sohd ball c ub becau. l ...... W . , . no5 in opera~xon aas5 year, ,the old [ , fl fl 'IHIb PSAblLI [[ physical size. We don t have the real man, but some [Charles Town ira,ok would auto- estinghoui li lC0mbinati0n . t Cold Injector System 1 :: ..... "" ......... "" :.: :', :: ::::.: ~:2~. : .: ::, :: ................................................................. " .................... foods and bevero es { :~: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:~:~:~:::::: : '.:: ::i ~i!i! iii:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::~--' ::-' ::::-i!i Hi1? g ; .......... :.:.: ..... . ....... :::::::: ~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::!:~i~: . . keeps them beffe ~~ " Twin porcelain vegetable ~~ ~~M crispers ~'~~. |, Step "" .. "" ,X Moose, W & R Sale. land decided .~hat. if it is signed lliH :::pS:rf:::t D .:~ o area l,o De well representes y g ' . I _ F A TFR- j[to get such performers as Connie! T:.J A&a.. AIII. /m~s]~Wwb~llthe/~ern~rtnh:yCgm ~ii~i ~ii~i ~]]]i]%'~:'::::::::~i'i:i ::::::::::::::::::::::: ili~ .... :~:!iiiii~i!!~:~! Handy egg storage ind0~ and long after . LET HEM i': 11 professional' players along with i CaGe LOOD Plavoff I o i:~~. ~i I[] open 90 deorees even : ~i;i~ ! outstanding High Scnool peno m- I ~'-~ .... ~*:...~ ~:~ j i bhe measure ~s expected 'to be felt [ grace your own home, too. |] ers from Charles Town, Page ack, The r st-season chamnionship/in the controversy between the ! - ~i i/son Shepherdstown and Martins- ',-,, .... ~ q: ;~,~ .~.e~.r.~.n-coun;.vl Whel'n= D wns and Waterford Ill ! ~--.'"~u ] BE SURE you get the ]~,nest ~i, ~ ,, ~|burg..rne even~" ,s sponsorea .... oy ~ne , Independent basketball league|Park plants m ,the northern Pan- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: |lii | .~. ~!! || ....... ". _" ..... ~moves into it's final stages this|handle which are com,peting :for i.:.:i::i:~i:.i:~i~'!'~!.:!:::::( ~ ~l:] ,looms. ~~ |[~mgn}s oz ~,ommous o~ ~). d.ot~-]week when the ~hird game of the/da, tes, having aireaoy zazen ne REFRIGERATOR~._~-. _ .'~'~. Ht4~':'~:'~'~"~~tiiii[ Per w --llreek I ~'~ ~[epn's zn mar~znsourg, w:va. T e 'three out of five series ,between matter~o cour. | ....................... ~ W)[7 I I admission is $1.00 for aouits ann ,the W & R Sales cagers and the ! I/ ......... !'7~gsd~?~a.'g lt~7~o~rth~kg~e, Macing tommlsslon i I/ One of the puzzles that confront 'Saturday night on ~he Charles | |# I ~=~1 ~=1 ~h|~ [[ the student of human na)ture is 'lTown Junior High hardwoods. ..o.^..[.. ....13 west n ! MAN /Ill rLUnl / |/the great attraction that scandalI Thursday evening March 12 the JflUI/CII3 JU3~fl31UH -,,.- - ........... i ~1 IV E |l has for minds that belong to the [playoff got unde~ay with the , "pure in heart." . Moose defeating the W. & R. Sales ! I HONE 83 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. !/ -- , by a score of 48 to 45 and in the On Gordon Thomson | ........................................ ~l READ THE CLASSIFIEDS i consolation game the Kastle .team "ORTHO MITOX proved excellent in controlling our mites during the past 2 yva , reports James H. Meyers, owner and Stanley Eye, Orchard Foreman, of the 200 0cre Norwood Orchards near Harpem Ferry, W. Va. (pictured above, right to left, with 0RTHO Fieldman Bill Long). "We experimented with check plots and found that one application of ORTHO MITOX gave us complete mite control for the entire season." b For Better Quality, Fruit--Control Mites with ORTHO MITOX The outstanding residual miticide, ORTHO MITOX provides excellent control of European Red Mite for as long as three months with only ome thorough application. It is particularly effective in the destruction of egg populations, preventing red mite "build-up" during the growing season. And, ORTHO MITOX is compatible with most and fungicides. / Helping the World G~W Be~e- California Spray.Chemical Corp. A subsdiary of California Chemical CO. There ORYHO Fieldman in this area to help you... Phone right now.., , WILLIAM LONG, Jr. CHARLES TOWN, W, VA. Call Skyline 3-7561 i illlmmm 'defeated the Town and Country The West Virginia Racing Cam Clot'hiers by a score of 72 :to 59. m,ssion, meeting in Charles Town -e'ep-o-eTl nn 424 In the consolation game Walk- ~riday and Saturday heard argu- er and Whittington each had 19 ments in one of two stimulation pain,is and Preeze had 12 for ~he cases and ,agreed ,for a later hear Town and Country Clothiers, mg on another when rthe ~blizzardy while Whittington had 26 and weather in New York S ta~e pre- Burgh 25 for the Kastle team vented defendants in the labter Saturday night, March 14 at 7 case from making i,t %o Charles o'clock the second game of the Town. series went ,to the W. & R. Sales In the case heard the Commiss- Com'paDy team over ~he Moose ion shortened ,the sus,pension time Club with ,the game going into "of owner-trainer Gordon Themson ," :; over.t~me ,after. enfling.~i~,,~, fff Charles Town. The stewards or score, dered a six-month sus,pension of In the overtime RanaHi dropped Thomas and Texas Token, his hor in ~he field goal for the Moose se which was alleged ,to have been Club, 'but the W. & R. tigers came stimulated for a race on Feb. 13 at back to register a ,foul shot by ,,the old Charles Town track. By Bowers and a field goal by Doyle shortening the suspension the bar Dopson ,to take the lead. Then if- se will be e'ligi'b~e to race again by ter Ramey had scored a field goal May 1. for the Moose ,to put his team In another stimulation case a- back in front ag,Mn John Bowers I I gave the W. & R. cagevs the vic- tory with a ,field goal wi'th only T H E eight ~econds of ,play left. H. C. Carroll Veteran HELVIN T. STRIDER CO. North George Street OPEN Every Friday Night---CLOSED TT Charles Towm Saturday Race Track Official c o L o N I A L FUNERAL HOME Dies At Laurel, Md. Charles Town Mass was said a% St. WIary's Ca Shepherdstown There's nothing that gives a man, or I tholic Ohurc'h in Hagerstown, Md. Monday morning for Henry J. Car 35 - Telephones - 162 woman for that matter, any more real !roll, ~5, a veteran race track offi- i cial who died unexpectedly Thurs satisfaction than to know they have ~day night, March 12 in a room in----~ --'-- II .......... : :~i~i'~ ]which he was sbaying near ~he money in the bank. It !Laurel (Md.) race ~rack. Burial . ~was made in Mt. View Cemetery ,./."'" .... ".': ,, ~i fin Sharpsburg, Md. ...-.~.::~: