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#, I r I : - " II IIII : / i ?;i~ i:ii~ i i(i 5i ~ i~ anking Is Pleasure NO SERVICE CHARGE - NO MINIMUM BALANCE A Community Cornerstone Since 1871 ~ ~pmB~lJm~ltowaL~O mNm.m Kickoff, The kick off and train,tag din- ner for the Jeffer~n County 4-It Automotive Program was held at the Bardane Community Center on March 14. The d,inner was s~onsm-ed by the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and served by the Edgewood Homemakers Chlb. Plans for registration of part. icipams and instruction of cou- rses were discussed. The 4-tI Automotive Program ,in Jefferson County began last Monday night, March 18, and it will continue for eight more weeks at the four fire halls in the county. The course will in- clude instruc~tions for highway and automptive safety, automo- bile matnance and upkeep, car costs and record keeping and traf fic codes and drives respon,sibilt- ty. The classes are being taught ,by local automqbile salesmen, mechartR:~, po:lice and insurance salesmen. 2~he instructors have ~heen recruited by Mr. and Mrs, Norman Kisner, Charles Town, Mr. Mack Rabevtson. Harpers Ferry, and Mr, Danny Nichols. Shepherdstown. The Automotive program is open to any boy or girl in Jeffer- son Coun4y between the ages of 14 and 17. Any eligible youth who are interested in participat- ing in the program may report Io the fire i~all in their commu- nity at 7:00 p. m. on Monday, March 25. The topic of discussion for this week will be Highw~ay S~fety and will be taught by local policemen. Mrs. Frederick Byrer Talks On DAB Owned, Supported Schools Bee Line Cl~pter, N. S. D. A, R. ~let Monday, March Ii, at the home of ,Mrs. WigWam Pa~ Cain with Mrs. Emery K ble, Rege~tt, presiding. The meeting was open ed with the ritual, Pledge to the gertt Elect. A car vneeting will be held April 6 to elect a new rc gent. Mrs. C, William Moore, State Vice Regent, was elected dele- gate to Con,tinental Cortgress with Rrs. F. L. Bushong and Mrs. C. R. Langdon as aH.ernates. Cong- ress will .be held She week of April 15. Miss ~argaret Byrer has accepted an incitation to serve as a page at Cortgress. Some members will attend ,the West Via'glnta Tea at ~he Mayflower I~otel on April 17. Mrs. Robert Leonard, a member will appear before Representative Wayne A, spinwallm ,in connection With ~he Sceaie Rivers Bill. ,Mrs. Cl~arles R. Langdon. Nat- ion~ Defense (h~ai~man reported on a new ruling xaade by the District of Cotttmbia Board of Education which releases some studer~ts from the Pledge to the Flag. A second article emphasized the importance of the police and their authority and our respon- sibilities as ci, tizens to support them in helping to stem the tide Flag and the American's Creed. of crime ~veeping the n~tion. *Mrs. Robert Wl~i,te read the Mrs. Frederick O. Byrer, a mere Presidem Generals Message ber~ ~ Bee Line and of the Shep- Which t~ld of her visit to 'the heal Col, lege teaching staff, was cmr~bat area and some of the introduced. She spoke an D. A. R. h~pitals in 'Sou~h Viet Nam where She preseated CRizenship .&pp~oved Schools ,limiting her Medals to many men ~sRed. All tatk to the two owned and suppor~ ed by the orga.n,iz~tion. These twe asked the can~nued support of m'e Tatmmassed in South Ca,rolin~ the people back ,home, and Kate Dunca~ Smith m Alaba. A~rmuncement was made of me. Both sclmols for the under- the de~th of Mrs. Ben WiR,~ams privileged in the Appahehian of Bluefietd who was State Re- area were established long before HOUSEWARMING? If this were your home, you'd have fewer worries with a Homeowners policy from us. Our agency will make sure your policy fully covers your home and belongings. See us today--you might be glad you did. SMITH D q nU$CH "E erythin Insured - But Yesterday" Hill-Dale Shopping Center Dial 725-7081 the govercm~en~'s program in the area was started. Each school serves bouet 700 studems in grades one Chrough twelve. Each school meets the state requ~ire- meats. Pictures were displ,ayed showing the beauty of the schools and grounds, and the excellent facilKies in ,the many dapavt- mertts of the educational pro- gram. I was pain,ted out that all phases of education, sochl, eeomo mie phFsical, academic :and others were stressed. ~any of the grad- uates flraished their education and go back ,to serve the schools which ~tests ~o the quality of the edtwata received. Prece@ing the meetirtg during a fellowsl ip period refreshmen were served by the hos*esses Mrs. Cain and Mrs. P~uline D. Housec. Powhatan Brass Foreman Completes Maintenance Management Seminar Frederick R. Wilson, Foreman of Maintenance at Powhatan Brass & Iron Works, Ranson, re- cently completed an American M~nagement Association Seminar on Maintenance Management in New York City. Dick Williams has becm with Powhatan since June 18, ~l gi, and "was promoted to Maintenance Foreman in JanuaD', 1968. He also participated in a Symposium on Planned Mainten- ance of Electrical Protective De- vices held in 1967 by the Multi- Am Corporation ill cooperation with Potomac Edison. In commenting on Dick's pro- gress at Powhatan, R. W. McWat- ters, President of this Division of "Automatic" Sprinkler Corporal- ion of America, said: "Dick Wilson is an outstanding e ample of *he value of l he hand. capped person to industry, tte lost his lefl leg in a hunting accident in I)ecember, 1957, but he has not allowed this loss to get him down. His talents are especially suited lo and required for the highly specialized maintenance of our new automated found~T, and I know he will continue to make a real contribution to the prog- ress of our company. Powhatan eonsiders itself fortunate to have him, and proud to have been able to give him the opportunity to demonstrate his abilities." POST . GAZETTE REGULARS The list of interesting writers in the Po~-Gazette is as long as your arm. Everyday in .the Post Gazette you'll find though provok- ing:items by people like James Reston, Ralph McGill, Sydney J. ttarris, Sylvia Porter and Ingrid Jewell. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR WER'S THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1.968 Covering,the local scene you'll find people like Vince Johnson, William Rimmel and a host of local by-liners. You'll want to read the Post Gazette everyday. For convenient home delivery contact your local newspaperboy or dealer today. Read the Pittsburgh Post - Gaz- ette - - a daily "good reading habit. 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