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NO. 13 Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, (Jefferson County), W. VA. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1968 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE - 10 CENTS B was made today Sprinkler Cur- ']ca of the pro- "Ned" Paine, of President of the xtinguisher Com- Position of Group and also the pro- trd p. Mahler, for- ;]dent of General :her Company, to President of the m of Automatic two men have al- their new respon- 0th are located in Ranson plant of tinguisher. st Paine, a 45-year- Will be responsible I and development s" rapidly expand- ~tion, safety, and Son the appoint- riggie, Jr chair- lent of the divers]- based growth corn ) one better quali- ,'round and ability e for this import- :Utive assignment. rience as an entre- !!s extensive back- :l~-protection field ent that he will naent of our oper- d new heights. hung the 'Auto- s that will be under of Mr Paine are: ~'auce;" Blaze Guard : Davis Emergency ~Whatan Bras~ & kdvance Indus r'al Av~tion and Bad- ~alia, Calif, Paine e~With a Business ~rved in the Me. ~1943 to 1946 ris- Rt~ to the rank of ~'War he spent six ~'hoiesale television industry, on the ~here he advanced t of sales manager ioined General ~r Company, then t~t . company m the Ldu~ry As We~ Sales manager he his area: !Yne. Fo.nders ae and C F Rein- retired President ss & Iron Works) entire assets of my ,of Methuen, lal~ 1963, they usual delays in in Ran ~11 inventory the delays lmtentia~l was their earlier there was an need for a source with could and integrity field. Pro- Badger figure in Paine said Mr. needed more be er pro ~o we sold to Corpora~- 'and now move "At tomafic" be- now is ob- ~1 Badger and persons in- operations. in the over ld appearance Badger the West for "Out in Commu strt~ggling only $180, today, under become Vhe of steel ex, tingu- inCernationa,l line 6f is now run r te in excess has aml>ttious expanding the of it's new Va. last of~.ici~d of Badger, naturally opporturd,ties posit- reluct- Badger. The growth re- effort" I really Bad - All [Saturday Final Day I [i;or Payment Of [Taxes At Net Bate ! I i Announcem' t made today 1 ] ,~ by William W. (Bill) Whittington, ,1 [ Dr James M ler' f Charles] Rkhnrd Beasley Jefferson County sheriff that Sat- ; ; . " urday, March 30, will be the last I na~ona~wa~s~onore~a~!sIra;v day that the 1967 real .estate ami ll i~il [town frZiends and fel,loYw ]~(iwan. n e L,e,per~on~hPr~p:r~ye t~x:& ?2 t~e' ii!ii [tans Thursday,' night, March 21, I Ulll J[ alitff i-0F p : s e [ ~! last a special program held at the]. [axmyolce nr~teu. OUL. [ - ii~!i!i I Shannondale Club under the joir~t ]Lenten T*nl uegmn,ng ~lo~aY,c~PrH ~, an i I The su~lus commodity food ]sponsorship of the Cl~afles Town[ ~ ~, mv ~$.m intere~.rate or-potent per an-[ I [distriution program which for ~i I Lions, Kiwanis and the Jefferson ] ~ hum wau ~e ao~eu, yersons paY:l ' [ years was carried on in Jefferson i~:~ I~ e~s I ~:~ ~:~ !:::;::~:~.:!i!~!~:~:~!'~:i ]ng me~r taxes oy ~amraay, wmI [county has official:ly ended, and ~v-::~ - ::::::::::::::::::::::: .~::.~.~.~:.~: ~::::::~:. :: ::,: avola paying this aaueu interest ~: I .Members of the three organmat i ~:~:~:~:~:~:~~i:~::: ::::::~::::::::~ ] [ beginning Monday, April 1, the ~ [ions, their wives and lady friends [ i:!~i~~iiii:~iii:iiil;: charges, wmtungton sam. . ] [West Virginia Food Starn~p pro- ] and other special guests, num,ber- I i:::iI::I: ~!ii!i!i~iiiii~ ~,~ ~,~ [ I [ gram will begin, it was announc- [] ling about 150 persons, joined in[ !::i!::: :ii:i::!ii~i!~i: Lnarl x [nwn=Kanxon rla[ I led today by Donald Ott, manager [] ] the tribute to Dr. Moler which [ :~i:::!i:i::: ::::~ili:.!!i~ [ of the Coumy Food Stamp office [],was highlighted by an inspiring I 'It ~A ~. k~l J . a~. 'v 4 ' [ ~ [ which has been set up in the base I [ and challenging talk by Dr. Moler [ :~::~:: i~! /O Meet ffl011 lily AT 1:~3 I ~ I merit of the Mason Building on i lEast Washington street in Char- [] i followed by presentation of gifts ] :~i:?::i~~ii " | m I to both the honored guest and| i::::i~~ii I I lies Town. [] [Mrs. Mulet. [ :::~::i: : The regular mon,~hly meeting[ i ] Ott said the food st~mps are [] I Hu~h Via, a past-president of [ !!:::::i ::!~of the Charles Town - Ranson ] i I now at the office and he will be. [] I the Charles Town Lions Club and [ ~:i:: Parent - Teachers Association,/ ~ ~ gm issuing them Monday to the l ]President of the West Virginia,i:~ will be held Monday evening [ !! [102 Jefferson County families ~i:~i:!~!: :~:i::;i":.:i::i: ~$~i~' "'~" ' ;:~i]~!~: . . [] linens S~gbt Foundatmn, pronounc[ :~~~: &prq 1 at 7.45 at the Charles[ ~ [who have already been certified [] led the invocation for the dinner/ Town J,un,ior H,igh School, was[ ~ [to receive them. [] [ which followed a brief social hour [ a~n,ounced this week by Harold [ [ i The office will be open Monday [] [ at 6:30 p.m [ ~-~- : ~. -' I (Chuck) Klsner, president. ] i [ through Friday frown 8:30 until [] tn Woody OHara, manager of[ ~~."~~ For this program parents of~ i [4 p. ml all next week in order to [] [Cha~ries Town Radio Station WX-[ ~'~:~:'~ I chikircn in the jun~ior and senior [ I I Cake care of any ini,tial rush [] [ VA, served as master "of ceremon-[ ~ ] high schools will be placed in one ] lies for the affair with Charles[ Igroup and parenCs of children in[ i [ which normally resulcs when a ill [Town Attorney Lee Bushong, pro[ [the elementary schools, in anoth-[ I i new program is inaugurated, Ott I,said. But after ~hat the operaeting E K "Ned" PAINE WILLARD P MAHLER [vi.&ing the irttroduction for the| REV. RICHARD BEASLEY er and there will be a special [ [ ] hours for the office and the sta~,f ,[ speaker. [ The Re' Richard R Beaslev, [ program of interest for both. The [ I,will be from 8:30 a. m. until 13 mencans that made us fne wm since we started m a gray, cemen~ I In his remarks Dr. Moler issued [ D D wild ureach at the 5th Corn [ Jumor and Senior H~gh parertts,[ [ noon and from 1 until 4:30 p. m. ning team. John Howard has de- block building in an open field; l a challerrge to those present and|munity Le-men Service at 7:301wi]1 be shown a film entitled] I [ Persons desiring ,to make appl~- signed the ,products, Dave Nice- .the changes came fast and furious,others of the citizenry of the ] th'is evenirt~ at Zion Euisconal [ Signal 30,a story of teen-ageh,[ [ cation for participation in the ,d, emu,s supplied the parts, S. J. ly and suddenly an era (or at [ community and the courtly to ] Church. The Choir of the Univer. [ hsghway tragedy and safety. T e,' / Food Stavnp program, who have 'Bud Vi.tanza supervised product 'least my era!) here ends. I would [become active in, and ardent pro-[ s~ty of the Sou@n wi~ siR~ Even[element~ry studen, t parents will| MISS HAZEL eDEN ] not already done so should either ion. Tom Ha.chert spearheaded .the certainly be remiss not to recal,1 [ meters of community, county, ~ sma~ and s~ecia! anthems of sac- I enjoy a program entitled "Wh~ [ Hazel S. Oden has been named/call at the office in person, or National sales effort. Leroy Shu- Charlie Reininger's vision in I state and n~tional af~adrs. He I red'~mus- "ic "in tlae service, which [ is Your Question," This will give [ Administrative Manager of Pew-[ telephone 725-9532. Applieati.~ ~r selected the employees and ,bringing Badger .to.Jeffers n Cou ]stud' "the time has. come when i:s sponsored by the South Jeffer-[parents of .students ~n the ele.[ hatan Brass & Iron Works, it was| are being accepted da,ily duril~g ~,ut lwarzstrom put the num~)ers nty and h~s unstimmg support m ] you must become revolved m [ ~on County Ministerial Associat. I memary SChOOls an opportunny [ announced this week by R. W. Mc-1 the hours of 8:30 a. m. and 5 ~. ,together. Add to this fine man- the earlier days of our growth. [rmbtic affairs and programs if[;on [.to exx~hange and irfformation[ agemer~t team the finest working Charlie persona~Hy hired the first [this coun~ is to retain it's great[ --Dr Beaslev a native of Lynch-[about the schools their cttildren [ Wetters, President. A part of Pow-[ m Ott said. force anywhere in the country few people who still are the back [ u'ess and progress in the right [ burz: was ~xcated at the Vniver- [ are ~ttending ] hatan s management for several[ Those families that will be eligi years, Miss eden joined the com-[ble to receive the food stamps and the results cou, ldn't have been ,bone" of the day-to-day operation direction" " ~ " . d " - [ [ ~ty of V~rgznm. the ~ rg~ma The- i ] party in August, 1954, as a stone- [ for the month of April, have al. otherwise, of the ousiness - ~oldm Martin, ] Followin,g his remarks he was l~lozieal Seminary, and Oxfford[A h ~R.~~ Da~amq~ TA / Changes Came Fast Grover Wilson and Jim Feltnerlpresented a lawge plaque and aiUni'versitv E~land He has serv. I#~ v, MMtl l~ll~l~ IV / grapher. She was elected Assist-[ready been certified, and except "It has been only four years TURN TO 4--A [g~lf cart, gifts of all three spun-[ ed parish~ i~l ~ou~west V~irginia I,ant Secretary in 1957 and Secre-|in case o~ a dire emergency, no ]saring orgamzations Mrs Moter[Massachusetts, Tennessee, andfor[Al,~d E&C~0~| |tary in 1959, serving in thatlm'ore appicatigns Will be certifi capacity until late 1965 ,when[ed for April, Ott ~ated. ::~F~~~~' I '~ I: pOW~tan was acquired bY A*' " ! Bef re a 'amilY c'n receive i~atie" Sprinkler Corporation ~f [food stamps, application must PrivaA t0 K [been made at the Food Stalmp Presiderrt, fo~; over thirteen ye~,| Once a :ho~eho~d has. been she was nam~ Assistant to the [certified to ~rtdcip~ e in the pro President in ~966. ~ gram, and the stamps have been In her n~position Miss eden issamd, they can then be taken Beat Team In a;1 will havedi~responsibilityfor ,to any of the food stores in the personnel management, industrial county that have been certified : I / den.~ of t~e'Kiwanis Club and ~[at C~ ~s Town betwe~ perfor. [ ~ [ and public relations, and company for participation in the food pro- . i C tom, a member; Gary Ka'bte, pro,manceo at the Washington Cathed I "~~ :- :: -- - [ communications, as well as part]- ~ram and there they wi,~l be ex- ~ ~, ~, ~' - /sident of the Jaycees, and Donald [ ral and St. Thomas' Church in[ ~ eipating in the broad area of changed for food. The stores that It, was defense, theirs and / Clender~ing, ~lake Harrison, mere [ Washington, D. C. and St. Thomas ] ' general administration, have been certified will be prop- ours' which proved to be the [ bers of the Jaycees Church. New York City. I In commentinu on h~r annoint- erly marked with large signs in ,~, " " " ni downfall of the Charles Town i [ ~~~ merit Mr M,Watt-~s taltl Mi~s their places of business s~g fy- High Panther ~baske~bal]ers in the m I eden' fills a real nee~'d in-our man~- in.g them as ce.r.tif!ed stores=At State Class-AA finals in the ~ ~ ~~- : ---. a~ement organization Her know- a meeting of the oerterson t~ou. (~harleston Civic Center Saturday ~ it J r afternoon March 16, George Zam l ~ ledge of tile company its markets, ~ty food merchants.held vn Cha.- its personnel, and l:ts problems" a'ms z:#wn last momn some. to berlan, head coach of the Pan- durin~ its ~eriod of dram.uric O s ores elected to parhc~.pate in thers, told .members of the Jeff ~/ ' " erson Coumy Chamber of Corn- ~~~ growth, and her competence in, ;he~ar~er, ngPr.~:emm~erv~cebe~:ng cart~edot me onu the merce when he spoke to them a,t ~ ~~~ assuming her responsibilities haxe ~ : . : " ' t ~eparm~en,t ot ~grictv,ture ~n ('on their mor~thly hmcheon meeting . ~~~ earned the confidence and respec " . th,o onliro Po~hatan orffarlizat411noTion witn the vve~I: Vllrglnla Wednesday at noon. ~[l~~ of ,~ t w " "e ak, Department of W lfare ion. I am confident shewtll m e : : .Some 35 Chamber members, ~~~ an even greater contribution to The food stamps will be issued and guests, were at the R~b l~oom A D "BUD" PETERS the Powhatan of the future, to the certified households on a of the Turf Diner to hear COach . Zamberlan laud flee outstanding efforts of the greatest of ~ll Cha- rles Town High basketball ea,ms .the 1967-68 squad which won 27 consecutive games before heing stopped just one game sh~t of a state championship. Coach Zamberlan said his boys iust didn't have quite enough off- ensive punch left in the champion ship game to offset the grea(~ man to,man defensive play of Cdae Cer- edo-Kenova Wonders. Zamberian said his Pan~hers had nat run into very much man-to.man de- fense in it's regular season sche- dule, and none as fast and a'ggres sive as the C-K teszn. He said his team had i-oiled all season on control of both ,the offensive and defensive boards, plus an over- powering offense wi~h his two big boys, Patti Johnson and Larry Oarr, working from ,the inside and John Lorenz, Bob Appeil and Alex Dolem.an, as the outside power. And this plan ~f 'b~t~le w~rked fine he said, until the Panthers hit the Ceredo-Kenova defense and R became ahnost impossible to get the ball to John son and Carr. He also gave much credit to the .great otttslde shoot- ing of the C.K cornermen, particu lary in the second period of .the battle. Zamberlan said he plans o work his boys hard next season on two types of defense - mamto .man and a one4wodwo shiRing zone, overloaded against the rope sRion. He made the prediction that the 196849 Panther cage ,team wil,1 'be another great one, and that he feels they will have another shot at the state crown next season. He thanked ,the Chamber for the fine home-com- ing reception it had arranged for the team when it arrived back from Charleston, and also for the tes~monial dinner which it has arranged for the players, their parents and the ,sclm~l cheerlead- ers, who were selected as the TURN TO 4--& STEWART UDALL John S. Rissler, President of the Jefferson County Farm Bur- eau and Mrs. &lenn Hoffman, Presider~t of the Jefferson COu- nty League of Women Voters an- rmtmced today that plans have been completed for Secretary UdaWs appearance at the ~Charles Town Junior Idigh School Auditor iuh at 8 P. M. this evening (Thurs day). "We have been assured," the sponsors ,said, "that Secretary Ud~ll will discuss the Depart- ment of Interior's plans for the Potomac Nation, el River in con- sidel'able detail. We expect that he will otttline the benefits that can be expected for this local area from the National River when it is created." They con- tinued, "and that he wi,ll supply infornmtion on .the various meth- ods used by the Na.tional Park Service in acqttir~ng land and in- terests in land". Secretary Uda':l will be avail- ~ble for a reasonable period of .thne afler his .presentation to answer policy questions raised by people in attendance. Mrs. Hoff~an and Mr. Rissler noted this is an unustml opportu- nity for people of West Virginia ISaste~a] panhandle to learn at first hand from a member of the President's~ C~binet, the details (ff a proposal that is ~bviously of great ]merest to a~l resider~ts. The Jefferson County Fair Association held ]is annu, al meet ing March 26th and reelected J. P. Burns, Jr. preside~. T. L. Magaha, J. E. Savi,lle, and N. Clark Furr were reelected to the posi, tions of vice president, secretary of fair board, and sec- retary treasurer of the fair Directors elected for the year 1968 were: J. P. Burns, Jr J. E. Savi.lle. T. L. Magaha, William Perks, George Tatbb, Mrs. Virginia Wysong, Mrs. J~mes Blue, Mrs. J ck Catrow, W. E Henshaw, Charles Whittin~ton, W. W. Gran th'am, ]~mer V, ickers, F. B. Wy- W, ith on~ly a week left of the anmzal March Campaign of the Jefferson COunty Chapter of the American Red Cross, the drive still has reached only abottt 45% of the ,goal, it was announced to- day by Mr. Wfl,liam Blackford Fund Chairman. As of today a ~1 of $2945 had been reported by workers Some d,ist~,icts have rmt been reported at all and officials are urging workers ~ have all soli~ ing finished by March 31st. Persons who have not been contacted, Or have not had the opportunity to become members of the Red Cross, are urged to contact the Red Cross Office or send their cor tribu ons to .the office in the Oounty Btfi'lding. This year the budget ofthe .lo al song, Jr Page Wright, W. E. Walker, Mrs, ~bner Hockensmith R. W. McCOrmick, Eddie Whitt- ington, Donald Magaha and Mrs. Mar]erie D. M Garry. One more director is to be looted at a later meeting. "Phe members present voted to ammend the constitution to change the t~tal number of dir- ectorsfPova fifteen to twenty one. A definYte date fOr 1968 .Fair was not set due to the fact that ~he loc~tion and dates of racing is not definite at present time. Presider~ Burns eal'led a meet- ,ing of the board for the third Wednesday in May. kl Chapter and National Red Cross lind to be increased due to the rising cost of rtmning the organ- ization. The largest item of ex- penditures last year was $44~663, 045 for services to members of the nation's armed forces. DAYLIC IT TIME STARTS ON APRIL 28 Dayligh Saving Time in West Virginia wilJ begin at 2 a. m. Apri~ 28. Eastern Standard Time will be resumed ~t 2 a. m. Oct. 27." West Virginia f~llows DST dates established by the federal goveramem. Other states observe their own starting and stopping dates. Only Hawai remains on standard time surraner. A. D. "Bud" Peters, principal of the Brunswick Elementary School wfl,1 represen,t Frederick County, Md. at the "~bington Oonterence" on Education in Philadelphia, Penn. on March 31 through April 2nd. This COrfference will present a reasoned view ~f the needed re- voltttion in American education. This year the focus is in Person- alizing throt~h i~dividual~ized in- struction, findir~g new ways of suiting the schools facilities, the learning task, the learning ma~- oriels, and the mvthods of learn- ir~g to f~he capahR~ties, interest, and needs of the studer~t. The ~erence will be highlighted by speeches from same of the lead. ir~g educators in the country. Only two-hundred appdieants were necopted for the eorderenee. Hofstefler Report To Be Discussed April 2 At W lght Denny MeeHng A special pu~blic meeting has been arranged fox Tuesday even- trig, April 2, at 7:30 in the Wright Denny Elementary School audLt- oritma, for the purgose of d scuss ing the board and c~nrprehensive educational plan f~r Jefferson Ootmty as proposed in the report of Dr. Ariahur N. H fstetter. I-lar~kl (Chuck) Kisner, chair- man of the Speoial committee for the Oharles ~ district, sold w~ile ~-ayone Ls welcome to at- tend, ~e meeting is being held ex~p,ressly for residertts of Charles To~m distr;.ct. Tl~is is an, other in a series of suoh meetings to be held at various poL~ in Jeffer- son Coumy prior to Agr~l 8. A sin,tar type meeting was held in ShepI'~erdst~, Friday ~ight March 22. Miss eden lives with her mother Mrs. Nellie M. Oden, at 639 Gar- den Place, Charles Town: Peggy Wilson Named Honorary Fire Chief By Cflizens Firemen CAROL M. (Peggy) WILSON Announcemer~t was made this week by the Charles Town Citi. zen's Pire Company that Miss Carol M~arquer~te (Peggy)Wilson, daugbtex of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Wi.ison, 816 High street, Char- los Town, h~s been selected to represertt the fire company as it's tmnorary fixe chief in the Fire. men's Parade ~f the 1968 Shenan- doah AlYple Blossom Festival in Tin,chester. Va Thursday, May 2 ,Miss Wilson. a 17.year-old sen- ior at Charles Town ~igh School, is secretary of the Fttture Home makers of America and her act- tot,ties irmlude sewing, cooking, knitting, and dancing. ATTEND CHURCH monthly basis only. with the re- r)resentative of ~che household makin,~ purchase of the s.lamps for the on,tire month all at one time. The household .does not, however, have to ~end all of the stamps during the month in which they are issued, neither do they have to spend them all at ;be same store. Ott said. The stava, ps are issued .on the basis of about a one or two to ,three ratio, deoending of course u,r, on the number of persons in ~he family and ~he f~mily income. For imtt~nee a f~mily of four newons with a mon, thly income o~ only $100 would be issued food ~a~s va:lued at $78 for the sum o~ $44 when paid at the Food ~tam~ office During the month of A~pril, however, in order to ~et the program underway in a more orderly fashi