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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 28, 1966

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Charles Town State Trooper Gary Arthur said the trailer part of a 1964 International tractor trailer truck, being driven West on the highway, skidded on the wet highway and struck a 1965 tractor-trailer truck being driven East on the highway by John Houston Maxwell, 38, of Glen Burnie, Md. There were no personal injuries In a two-car minor highway acc ident Saturday about 5:30 p. m. Charles F. Milburn, 22, of the county, was charged with hit-and run, after his car crashed into a 1963 Chevrolet being driven East on Secondary Route 19, by Jere- miah Franklin Clem, 21, of Win- chester, Va. Trooper Arthur said the damage in the accident amou nted to about $300. CHAMBER FROM PAGE I--A alysis of the county's needs, asked members of the Chamber for any suggestions they might have for inclusion in the detail survey and report which is now being prepared by the committee. And in connection with this re- quest Lee Gruber, chairman of the committee, reported on pro- gress being made on the survey. He said he thought it would be completed and ready for release in about a week or ten days. COUNTY FROM PAGE 1-A , can candidate for Congress from the Second Congressional District Mr. Reed, a native West Vir- ginian and a life-long coal miner, non, is active in the Methodist Church, is a charter member of the Buckhannon Christian Bus- inessmen's Co'mmittee, a Rotarian +for the past 32 years; a former president of the Calhoun County Board of Education. Other candidates who will ap- pear on the program are: Francis Love, of Wheeling and Harold Cutwright, GOP candidates for the U. S. Senate. John Callabs of Huntington, John I. Rogers of Keyser and K. Breat Johnson and Albert (Bud) Minnick, both of Martinsburg. Tickets are still available for the dinner at $2.25 each and they may be purchased from Susan Knott in Shepherdstown; Darrell Koonce in Charles Town and Wal ter Jenkins in Harpers Ferry. AREA FROM PAGE 1-A Wheat said most of the Job was educated at Cornell Univer-ICorps Centers in the county have sity, AB degree and College of]not been able to become identi- ters, it is felt that the Centers might not only gain an identity with these communities, but gain volunteer support from the citi- zens organizations in these com- munities. Under the new policy a recruit who lives near a Center will, if he desires, be assigned to that Center, unless the Center has reached it's capacity complement. And if there is no room for him at that Center then he will be assigned to the Center next near- est to his home town. If, however, this second Center has a full complement, the enrol- ee will then be placed in a name pool for national assignment. The Catoctin Center now has +100 corpsmen, with a capacity compliment of 108. The Harpers Ferry Center now has some 65 enrollees with a capacity comple. ment of 200, thus apparently leaving ample opportunities for boys from this section and area to get into the Harpers Ferry Center. Wheat said he and his staff at Catoctin are now working close ly with employment officers in the area, and with citizen's organ izations, in trying to publicized the fact that local boys may now join the Job Corps program and take their basic education skills in Centers near this homes. Wheat said "we will personally in terview boys in this section and area in the hopes this new re- cruitment program will result in better local support for the Job Corps program. Mrs. Marianna Smallwood Regular morning Worship Ser- vices will be held Sunday, May 1, at 11 o'clock by The Rev. C. S. Reekley. Dianne Rissler a student in Charles Town High School where she is a member of the band accompanied the group of perfor mers to Romney on Saturday where there were many bands in various competition. Frank Hill and son, Tony each drove a bus, there being six of them to transport the pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Owens of Alexandria, Va. were recent visit ors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wol- ford. The former two were on their vacation visiting other rela- tives of the county. Henry Clipp assisted Mr. Dick erson Hoover of the Rocks and the latter's tenant, Lowell Sir. ! SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCAT]~ baugh recently in a farm chore THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 which is unusual in this area. This project included the brand ing with the letter H of 177 head of cattle. The animals were first dehorned treated for blackleg then given a serum for growth, then followed the branding. Mr. Hoover has recently completed aI modern corral with all mechanics Jefferson County's a~ r hi ..... teen-+.oe_ fries, Jaycees said w:. chmakes th]s~ob a more sire- drivers, both boys and girls, will girl not in school or pllnea one. on uazuraay marcn have an opportunity Sunday "to 17th69 head of cattle went throu- demonstrate their all-around driv participate and has not application prior to Sunday gh t e corral routine while 108 ing knowledge and ability by part do so by showing up at the were treated a week later, icfpating in-the "Safe Driving" andoah Downs parking 1at The Kabletown Home Demon- Auto Raod-e-o competition to be to 1 p. m. stration Club met Thursday after staged on the Shenandoah Downs The high-scoring boy or noon April 21, at the home of parking lot. Mrs. ,Joseph Ca~a. Devotionals The affair is being sponsored drivers will win a handSOm~ were led by Mrs. t~eorge rieiaricn by the Jefferson County Junior nut plaque and the right using Psalms as her theme and Chamber of Commerce, with five pete against other local the group repeated. The Lord s convertibles loaned by the Jeffer- winners at the state Roa rrayer. ~rs. riowar(l ~lenaen!ng son Motor Company of Charles nals in Spencer, in the te(t me lesson -2,, r~ew J)emgn Town, to be used for the driving of June. Second and for W. Va. Beauty". Colored slides tests. These cars have already winners will receive a were shown to make the meaning of design and beauty more appeal ing. For our community project, the. club has purchased a portable mixer for the Kabletown School. The May meeting will be held at Avon Hill, the home of Mrs, Oral Hughes. ATTEN-D CHURCH SUNDAY been taken to the various schools Road-e-o Key in the county for the students Any boy or girl who who will he participating to try vers license and has not out and get accustomed to driving 19 before August 11 is e it was stated, participate. Contestants The driving tests will get under have committed a way at 1 p. m. and will be run ion during the ' pre through in rapid succession until months or have an all contestants have been scored, ling. Although Friday has tentatively I been set as the deadline for en-I ATTEND CHURCH