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May 5, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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May 5, 1966

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And while every Republican candidate at the dinner had ample opportunity to talk about themselves and discuss the pol- itical issues of the day. it was the attack which was made on "deadwood" on registration lists m many West Virginia counties by former Governor Cecil Under- wood that did the most to fire the Republicans into action. State Constitution. is Chief Reg- istration Officer in the State and it is his duty to make a canvess of all counties where there is a question of illegal registrations and see that names of those who do not legally belong on the reg- istration books are removed. Un- derwood, said the present secre- tary of State recently declared that he saw no need for any re- vision of the voter registration Underwood, who was speakingt rolls. in behalf of John S. Callebs, of1 Mr. Callebs promised if elected Huntington, Republican candid-[to the office to make such a can- ate for Seereta~ of State, who] vass in counties where it is konwn was unable to he present because[there are illegal registrations of pressing law matters in Ral-/and have them removed from the ed the Great Society as falling hers' College.' short of its aims. Mr. Anderson's ministerial be- Francis Love of Wheeling, a candidate for U. S. Senate, spoke of the present policy of the ad- ministration in Southeast Asia and Viet Nam, expressing his opposition to prolonged wars to make prosperity. Mr. Michael Morrison, president of the Jefferson County Repub- lican Club presided during the OTHER CANDIDATES evening. He introduced Mr. Ray. Candidates who were present lmond H. Riddleberger and "Mrs. and addressed the group were Floyd P. Owens, chairman and K. Brent Johnson of Martinsburg, vice-chairman respectively of the candidate for the State Senate, Republican Executive Committee who stressed roads and education of Jefferson County. Special rec- as being two of the most import-! ant problems facing the State. John I. Rogers of Keyser, can- didate for a 2.year.term in the State Senate, also emphasized the need for better roads and ognition was given to Mr. Will- iam Vickers of Martinsburg, to Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, president of the Jefferson County League of Women Voters, and to Mr. William J. Brown and Mr. Har- vey Kercheval, candidates for the Jefferson County School Board. Berkeley[ gan with a 3 year stint in the U. S. Navy, serving on both land and sea in the Pacific Theatre of operations and later on the facu- lty of the Naval Chaplains Train- ing School at the College of Will- iam and Mary. His first pastorate was in Williamsburg, Va., and from there he went to Miami, Fla. In 1950 he was called to the Gen- schools: Mr. Albert Minnich of Martins- burg, candidate for Congress, spoke about wasteful government spending on the national level, and expressed his opposition to "federalism" which he defined as government wfi'ich interferes in the private lives of the citizens. When questioned about the Wild Rivers issue, Minnich said he definitely was not in favor of any law which deprived people of their property. Mr. George Strader of Buch- Virginia, being graduated from annon, candidate for Congress, i there in 1942 with a B. D. degree. who expressed his concern for the Later he engaged in special stud- welfare of the two children. Installation Officers To Feature Meeting Of Night John W. (Bill) Horn Partner In Engineering Firm In Raleigh, N. C. John W. (Bill) Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Horn of near Bakerton, has announced the opening of a new firm, Kimley. degrees in Civil Engeneering. Since 1956 he has served as a Pro' fessor of Civil Engineering at North Carolina State University in Raleigh and as a private con. suiting engineer in the Southeast. T^ reside in Raleigh with their four .,, Deliver Highlighting this meeting will children. The firm of Kimley- FROM PAGE 1-A be installation of officers elected Horn & Associates specializes in last month. The new slate of off i- environmental engineering pro- Union Theological Seminary in cers will be installed by Albert ijects, including the planning, de- Rudy, commander of the 4th dis- sign and operations of highways, trict of W. Va. All members are street systms, airports, shopping urged to make a special effort to centers, central business areas and attack- ies at Columbia Teac attend this and other environmental facilities SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 South Jefferson Ruritan Club Has Farm Safety Program The South Jefferson Ruritan Club met at the Summit Point school, April 18th, with the Sum- mit Point P .T.A. serving a de- licious meal. Harold "Chuck" Kisner, of the Community Oil Co., Inc., showed a film on Farm Safety which all~ members found interesting The film was from the West Virginia Petroleum Association's library, from which Mr. Kisner said many other fine films are available. The Utilities and Highways Committee reported that the Shirley Road is too narrow when a wide vehicle is met on this road, bigger caution signs at Rip- pon on,Rt. 340, a signal device on Feagan s Mill Road at the N &W Railroad grade crossing. The Recreation Committee will sponsor a family bus trip to the Smithsonian Institute in Wash- ington, D. C. in May. The Youth Committee reported the erection of a basketball backboard at the Summit Point School. South Jefferson Ruritan will co-sponsor with the other three clubs of Jefferson a Bloodmobile visit on June Everyone able is asked to blood to retain Jefferson qualification to draw blood the area blood bank. Clean-~ ~ion Hampered By Rain; Continuance Uroed The Clean-Up week of April 25th day April 30th was the rain. Mrs. O. S. Bloom, man for the county is to all citizens to please their efforts in this col fication project and she certain that all debris picked up in all munici Several organizations are icipating in this project and stated their desire for cooperation on everyones especially in ridding our ways of litter. It has been suggested, bY r concerned persons that if one Srom their own need for clean up or a cation project that they make it known to their and enlist help from the iluthoriti~J.