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March 24, 1966

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!L TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS =- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS 1844 .... The Newspaper Charles Tow n And Ranson Grew Up With ....1966 I 102 NO. 12 Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1966 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE 10 CENTS m , Two Veteran Powhatan Employees Retire " . I l " il i::i, iI , - II i __ - , :id for the completion, of-I ::i~ ;' " ndfors Re,. Barker Hardis0n ! ; 1 ~ ~ ' ~ : r Job Corps Conservation ~ ': "" -- + " -- .~r, now under constructionl Will Be Speaker For ! in '/ .e, I The election of tllree new mem- ~:: ~e Zoar sectmn of Jefferson I IEJ ,.,.~,~.~~~i~g "~ ~|1 [bers to the board, the changing +i++ ,ty, are now being firmed]final Lenten Service . i. i ~t~l~~:: : --~ /:, [ of a section of the association i~ it was announced today by ~ I , by-laws,, reports on the financial ~,:~ ~ 7 ~rt Chandler, director of the I ~~~ "F I status of the hospitaland an an" !;i : :: ~:::~ er I ~ ~ . ~~ :- -- - - I alysis of the services which the i~ L.. ~:i~ a" - Invitations are out to memners " .... r er n "h .... adler said he had been in-I ......... ~ . d I hoswta! renae s, w e amo g t e }:: .%: i ed that the Pnn~tr~*tinn on. I - | and zrienas ot yarm ~realt ~er- ~ " ' matters covered at the annual'~ .... " ors-'w-i]l-have-~al'l-o}"tl~e~r vice Cooperatives of Winchester On March 15, 1966 two veteran employees of Powhatan Brass & ! I ..... :. ~.- ~! !'::!i~;. ::~ completed by April 20, with I ~ for the annual meeting to be held Iron Works, Ranson, W. Va., retired. Shown above are Bu.~ey F. Car. ~ ] pe;nTn:rsnipeme;~ng~sp~7:l Y:l~ !i ili!iii:~::iil execution no~iblv nf ~mo I~~ Wednesday night March 30, at per, a fifteen year employee, and Mrs. Myrtle Barton, a thirteen year Grand and petit jurors for the [ Tuesday evenin~ March 15~ !i~:~:il Xig and cleanin~ As a mat-I i~~~~ Hohday Inn (East) in Wmchester employee, receiving their fisst pension checks from C. F. Relninger, April Jury Term of the C~rcmt[ ...... ! k::::,:'~ ~ o ~" it was announced this week Dy uourt of oe~terson ~ounty were Roger Ferry, prommen~ ~nar- + ,:~:~:~:~ f fact the bmldmg housmg I ~@~~ ....... President and General Manager of Powhatan. Mr. Relninger explain- " ........ | ..... as named ~ .... :~::: ~~ Center -ffice~ ~na disnen / ~" :: I w w Hammono, ~astern ~'an- .a .h~, +~o~o o~oobo ~o.~.,oa th.~ fl~t -*vm~nts on a lif~ annuity semctea last week ny ouw t~om-| les ['own Attorney w + ,~.:?~:: handle representative of Shenan- stoners Joseph A Warrenfeltz as the new president of the .... :' ~-' Cv:n~erC%?f~et~: |whyS wevk[ ~ doah Production Credit and the purchased for.them by=the Powhata.n .Pension Plan..The retirees were and Walter Jenkins, under the [ Board, replacing Donald Smith; ii ~f; .....o~ ......... [i ..... I m~~~~ Federal Land Bank Associations also presentea whn guts ~y ~nr, ~emmger on .enan o~ [ne company, direction and supervision of Mary/ the Rev. Rivhard E. Neal, of ] I -,~us.,wmcn nave ~ee.n .m-/ ~~~~ J E Givens, Assistant General (Photo By. J. Tabb) L Riggleman, Clerk of the Cir-/ Charles Town, was elected vice- I i er'Pn ~%er..Da'~,.."?om't~e[ ~~~ Manager' of Southern States Co- cuit Court. / president; Col. Joseph Crane of ] i er ~i~o n~cthhr ~,']~,, I ~E"---- I I operative, Inc., Richmond, will be I m A B The grand jury will convene on| Summit Point, was named sec- I i is Y:'~ f~::~"f- ...... :"J:.. / : :, .... . -.-~--:s I Ithe guest speaker following the l]lAlilAillA IIAIIBAAIIB~I~ ~pril 19, the opening day of the/ retary and Max Porterfleld of ! ~i~ ~d ~:Pef~eTalyaotft~e~)rfTi:ei i~ l evening meal, election of direct-r~l~LUr~li GUUlI~UIIII~ Term. Those who have been] Shenandoah Junction was e- ] I ors and a short business session, =-- ............ i~ summoned to serve on that body/ lected treasurer. J nmmOpprtumty f]Li "~1:7~ zn: :uU u,Center Opened In - ~in o " i ' Gwens, a native of Newpo t, Va., are" gt n, D. C. will v s~t the ..... i " Named as new members of the ROGER PERRY }~ ?nn:pe~ike tfd~a:ledns~a~d delYrk CharletTR:w~N%iSsUtRcYt--Lloyd a[d?:reMa~Iag?r~lfe::eFH~: ~iceWaS: t~Pr;oT~ M~'s'tMiChHa:: / l~i [ .._ ...... c venedt ..... Dailey,R. M. Hann, Rodney/houser, Donald Eackles and John ...., ~', ~a~.,, ~,,~,,, *he ,,ear" ~en . . i meeungwm oe on [CoIIntv Bv Churches [ v, o, ................ ..... after a brmf interim dur- . Pmge Archm B Smith H Boyer " wh" at 6"45 p m by R B Fmher, ' " Leonard N~cely, of the Bank of ~ch recommendatmns for REV W BARKER ItARDISON : " " " Harpers Ferry D~str~ct - Harry me rs 'e~ ~,,n ~ .......... +~ ~..m President of local Farm Credit ^ ~;u T..;o ~" ~ooa ....o.n The 21 mbe who were Charles Town, reported on the .......... ~, .................... n 1 wil be ..................... ' ...................... ~EO in .... ~i.,, ,o~m wm h~| The final Commumty Lenten [ Board and subseque t y 1 ] d] ~ ~.h.. q, v[~.~.~,. | present at the meeting, approved Rouss Fund, whmh showext the ~d o~;'~-,n',~['~"~.'~- ~)| ]ervice of the 1966 series will be J turned over to chairman of the [ ~ .... ~t~"aa~'~,,,"~:f'ni'-~'~'.~o~ n.~,,.~ p | a change in Section 1, Article III income paid to the hospital dur. ~rltry]'tt~[- Will -'~'::" nerO"]:" _~..~-stageu..... / held at the Charles Town Baptist l meeting J. Carl Coiner, County[ .Thrugh an international ef-I .. , u~... , DlacK[oru'"-'-:~'-"-'%"%"~'::=~"~T"'~v,.~..,.....~.. ~',~,'~...... ~,~,~[.... of the By-Laws under which the ing the past~ year. . He also report-. ,._ ,, ,, ] Church, Thursday, March 31, at l Agent, Shenandoah County. [ fort on the part of several local] unna wmmgnam *ustin Ni'code'-- - / hospital operates. That sectmn of ed the apprmsal value of prm. ~NING OPEN HOUSE | 7:45 P. M These services have [ . | churches, Jefferson County now [ ~ ~r.~.~^,^.~ ~:'., ^ ~ r~,,,. | the By-Laws limited the term of cipal and all endowment funds " " " " c unselin r - ,,. . lndler said tenative plans been Well attended and well re- I k4...ll. ~1 I. EI..I[ has zts first local o g se "[ $1annemCu ~|~ ~ 1~.. u H Kereheval * Jr and[ offme of a boardmember to three to be $204,000.00. he "Open House" have put ceived this year. They are plan- [ M(I[I~ll OI Ib [lllal[ vice. The Jefferson Pastoral [ Ilglli~llll] ~11~1 gi ~'~io"~"~- Vv'h;+o' "' | years. Under the amendment a William R. Harner, hospital late as April 16 and 17, at ned for by the local ministers of[ I Counseling Center opened lastlAo., ~ ~. "~he".-herdo*o"~,~ r~istrict Russ [ board member can now be re administrator, presented the an. I ti-~- +~- ~ ...... 1 "-,,*'li~ the participating churches lb.., I Friday, with an office at thei lH'i~$fl PIr#mIMI _,,~ .._~2=__'~'[~_~ v ~;.~;o..']~lected for another three-year nual financial statement of the be invited to visit and in- The speaker for the Baphst i I$OJ ,~1 IltJ ] north end of the Educatmnal [ ann Donald ~a-er | term, but then must leave the hospital to the board and he gave - u uz ~ , , ~ , th Center and its f eil service will be Reverend W Bark[ ~ ,1, ~ . I Building of the Asbury Method.[ .~ ................... =~, .................... ,Pho ,.,~+;+ ~ ......... ;n o,~,~,,~,.[ board for at least a per~6d of an analysis of the serwces which er Hardlson. Since 1943 he has I IJ~ lax ravmenn / ~st Church. [ ~/++:~r~ : ..... ~.. **.: t;.:+' +; .... ,1, .... no,, i one.year before being eligible the hospital rendered durmg the hough th,~ Center might been the pastor of the Westover] ........ ~'-'- -- / The Center is a part of the [~ i~:'~~~ ":: ': ~",.',.,,"'~ ""4n '~,'"~.,,,"'~o,~"~",~1 to serve again. , past year. bly be ready for occupancy BaptmtChurch of Arhngton, V r] Thursday, March 31, ]s the fma!/Pastoral Counsehng and Consult- court directs Those who have| The resolutmn was presented Mr, Harner ,also spoke of pos, ~ruit corpsmen by April 1, ginia. Tney nave one of the most ] day that real estate an(1 personal] at]on Centers of Greater Wash-] !~ ~!~~~ :,id ~. ....... ~,,~,oa .~ ~oHt ~,,,-.| and passed after President Don. simy evenu~ahy emarging the - ifu ' ' " ~ ~:~ ""~" .............. ~ ~" .... ~'" ~ S i 1' d!er said it will probably Lbea~,} ! and spacmus church]property taxes can bepald at the[ lngton, I,~::a group of centers[ ~~ d'atv ar~ ,: .... ~ ........ | ald Smiih spoke jff. th~ !i~a[ted ho~p:ta s board of managers, to until after the "Op n ar.m.s enm . ar . j rate sl~0w~ ~ ta~ ticketS, It was/ located strategically ~throughout[ ~?~~l~Lt~~ " '~ ~T~w '[ experience which boarct emffers possibly ~ memoers arm possmty e" has been held that the] Mr. laaramon iS a nauve o~ t;om-lannounced Monday~ by W. W.lthe greater Washington area The/ " ...."~.'*" [ gain in serving only one short of having a member of the hos, trainees wil be brought t0lmbia, Tennessee- a. graduate oflwhittington, Jeffe n County central office is at 3000 Connecti-[ Gerald Bailey, Gordon W.| three-year term of office, the pipl's medicalstaff on the board. Imp I t;arson-r~ewman t;ouege, ann ~sou/snerlff. lcut Ave., N. W., and other cent-t Banks, H. Hunter Benner, Keithl maximum term permitted under ~Jr. r;arl Auara, wno was re, ~xpected that only about ltbern.Baptist Theological Semi-| Whittington said that beginn-lers are at St. Luke's Episcopal[ Bland, Victor L. Blue; Jesse H,[ the byLlaws before amendment cently named president of the en or so youths will be in- I ~ary. tie is married and the tath.| ing April 1, taxes will become de/Church, Alexandria; The Falls/ Boyd, Charles C. ~rown, Hai~ry I last week. Hospital Me(1ical staff, ,R~oke d in the first contingent of| er of two sons, one in college and llinquent and an inter~ rate oflChurch, Falls Church, Virginia;| F. Burns Eva C Clark, Miller| ~ .... +~ .r ~)..,~;a,..,+ ,.;+,, .,., briefly to the group, reporting .es arrivine at the camp | one in high school. He has admlr| 9-percent will be tacked on the|Sliver Spring United Presbyter-| Cook, Edwin L Demory, William] ~h ....... ~,,~,,,~ .~ ,~o ~,~o that he and the staff felt that :cornsmen-oriented to th'e[ abiy served his own church, his|tax bill On May 1, a list of de-]tan Church, Silver Spring, Md. | A Dickson, Betty C. Ennis, Johnl ~,'~,~"~,:,.~'"..~:','~'~":~'v~'~ "~,% the services in the hospital have ! II March30 Meet, ng l I ;,,;,,,,,, I Held Tu I R t At Vnier. M h 'ollnty.wide Eeonomi~ make-up of the committee I MRS. F..oue. | Pre Sd ool Enrollment ~nnr amid. ~t Oo~m,t~e =e~, w~h t~e ~=t ~o.o~e~ =~u~, The == o, o==,= =, , ....... : ..... ,''--~--'-- "'-- -- ---- ------0---- "''----""'. I / I Ranson School. March 30 I All members uf the Jeffur~uuI !-- 1- 17, by the Jefferson Cou- es the Mayors of all five county year 1966 featured the regular . . . . , . ,rt to plan an over-all dev- communities'- Nicholas Carson of monthly meeting of the Ranson [ County Fa,r.Assocmt, .on .are re- ] ~ BY DON RENTCH I res~dents along the Shenandoah I the Intemm Report, would be ~t program for the county I Charles Town; J R Dunn of/Civic Club held Monday evening, I March amh Tip h. first arade[ mm(1ea ot me AnnuaLraee~mg ] ...................... A I and Cacapon Rivers. But judging I used only sparingly if granted by [d an or-anizational meet ! Bolivar' Temnle G ~rheeler, of/March 14, with the newly elected I .... u~.~(~,~'~,~" ~,~n h.,,~ o.,]/~ues~aynignL ~arcn z~^in me I - ~msmng v~ews w~r~ ~p~ut from the~ questions which were[ Congress, the forces opposing ~" . ' " " ..................... ,' ........ J .....~ounty uourmouse at ~:~ p. m. Tuesaay nign~ wnen some x,,,, still b in ir the rantin o thi ~aesday evening, March Harpers Ferry, Clarence Wright officers ~s also hemg installed, iris th live in the Ranson .... , . , e g d ected to the s.peaker g g f, s Power to fed- P. m in the Jefferson ]of Shepherdstown and Wllmong] Mrs. John F. Hough, of Ranson, I~chool ~artea /. Th~.s iS ~. ver~r_~m_p.ortant meet-1 operson, s met:mtheWrightDen~yt after anout two hours of discuss-[ eral departments, dldn't appear Court "House in Charles | G Carson of Ranson. | was re-elected president of the Robert Hardman Princi-al,/ mg smce mre m e On iner TpmiU n" ahUe r a- i scussiono 'tl e in" there was little indication |at all re-assured when the meet. , P year wm oe e e P " = tha~ minos o~ an of those inak- d th bus club, Mrs Vesta W Jones was y [ Other members an . e. -[ .... ; .... ......... ~.~ ]will enroll all pupils at the office/ary plans for the 1966 fair wUlIPotomac Basin Interim Report tol in~, nn th~ fnreo~ n~rm~i:~ Ch~[lng ended. oert Cain su erintendent mess, maustry protesslon, Iarm ~-uz~utvu w~ p.= , ,,-~, -,- , ,~..~ ~, " , P I" , , ,., . I ......... :_ _='_"_='.':_. "_-_~/of the new school starting about] be discussed I President Johnson i Wild I~ivers'B-i]l 7, ha~l" ~'==| TURN TO PAGE 8 aCipal works for Charles[ ing, labor ClUDS, or organizations[ uonaiu agama, secretary anu| 8"00 a m until 4'00 n m 1 ~o ..... "~ountv Fair has o i ...... " .. _/ . . ' " vao h s been ~earheadin~/they might renresent are asl Mrs ~arry ~enKins, secremrY-I ".. " "... " . ~." ." _/ ~"."." ..... v . _'. .........| The l~vely aiscussion wtnen/ cnangea. /a~~ ve tea-h-ave- .... " " I treasurer. ] save mr cer.tifica es_ I gooa }air an a_,l _wui_ aKe_ nec-lactually we|rod up pretty muchI The malor concer of those[ set-un said Mr Rene V | - ........ I Since 1964, the club has beenI maKe sure your cram wnl De s x| operauon ann suppu..r u} meI as a heavy condemnation of a| opposing 'the inclusion of the| [-At .... - t onrad tlammann ann w w ears oi(I De|ore i ovemner IS|, members to .wp ,u of Clarksburg, field coord| .......... "-- :/spear-heading a drive to obtain[ year | _ . / move to include the Shenandoah[ Jefferson County section of the! i~.~![ r #f'lg'~,,r'~p~ (rap) JacKson, trom maustry, Cl marl dehve servme for 196~ gooa category ,, or the Economic Develop~n.ho,. ~,~.~mi~t..To~;:~.. C~O~,II city " .. . . .' i ...... "'" / and Cacapon Rivers inthe Wild| Shenandoah River and the Mot-| b~.~~ anainistration of the U S I"'Y'~ ..... .Y ....... --~."~:':.'_'_Z__-) ~anson wizn only umi~ea success./ -" Rivers Bill, fouowed tne annual/ van County section of the Caca-/ nty arm t ureau, ttoDer rmcKen, f c It J fer on ,, ent of "Commerce, wnil ........... ,.. .^.. But despite the difiu y b !ng| businessmeeting of the ef s /pen Rivers in the Wild "Rivers/ that ,~ ,~.,i.~ +, +~l~. ,.,,i,~ I ~m,L~ n~.,=u,~u.~, .~:,~ ~-- ,,,~- encountered, the club is contin-/ I~ I kl I ~ P P ~ County League of Women Voters./ Bill," has been and still is to-/ ,~.,,,,. =~..~. .~+~. ..... ~,. ~v ...... ~" ".~ ........... ard ~. r~eai, preslclenz Ot me ., - . . ,