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16 SPIRIT Of  Pn-mer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 Mayor Master Urges Elderly To Get Involved In Governmental; Newly Elected Officers Installed "Everyone agrees ,that West officers. In .an impressive cere Virginia ,is atmost Heaven, .bttt many following the dinner and as far as I am concerned, for Jefferson ounCy,' strike ,the word "almost", asserted Dr. ,D. C. Mester Friday April 26 in a speeoh ;before the Jefferson County Chapter 799 of the American Associttion of Re- tired Persons. Although Dr. ,,Master kept guests hughing wRh a barrage of solid meat in his after din- her speech on government. He pleaded with ,the elderly audi- ence to become irtvolved i,n governmental goings-on, using their new-found time and.heir expertise to make the coun,ty, state and ,nation a better place to live. He asked for a return to the spit of the taw her than insi, tmg on ,the letter of Jr. He also ,termed revenue shar- ,ing the best thing thet ever happened, pu.tUng ax money back Were R came from. Some 140 guests attended the fourth annual bartquet t the Sbannondale Club hich was also .the occasion for in- stallaf0ion of new officers for the c, ommg year. John Yarbro- ugh, as outgoing resident was master of ceremonies, inroduc ng guests and speakers. He speech she conferred .the dut- ies of office upon these .per. sons: President . Chaties Rie- cks; vice president - rs. Chin" les Riecks; secretary . Mrs. John Glover; ,treasurer - Will- iaan ,B. Stuck. ade members of the board of drectors were the following: John Yarbrough, Mrs. S. B. Meadows, 4rs. New- ton Alexa,nder, ,Brooke Black- ford, Bates Wttson, Christo- pher Ca.rr, 'Mrs. ,Blanche is, Mrs. Guy Ebersole, Mrs. Anise Kelly, Mrs. Blanche Hoffman, the Rev. ,Robert.Hiller, Elmer Westkamp and Mathew O' Keefe. As gestures of appreciation, both the .founding presiden.t, Brooke Blackford and .the re- tiring president, John Yar.bro- ugh, were given wallet conan- ing a $10 bill and a ,life mem- bership card to AABP. No Payments To Be Made To Growers On Wo01, Mohair Sales pointed ou at of the 20 til,l The U. S. ert of ion in ,the upper age group, AgriouRure (UbDA)today a,n- some 80% vote; that we, as a nounced ha,t ,there will ,be no group, could ,be weightly in payemets made ,to ,growers on br, ining abou the condi.tions their 1973 sales of wool and Dr. Mster called for. mohair. The USDA explained rs. Janet Jenk,ins, Asst., that payments are unnecessary Sate Direotor of the AARP, because ,the prices received by was on band to insll ,new growers in the marketplace for YOUR LOCAL Westinghouse Dealer -- AND -- APPLIANCE CENTER FULL STOCK OF Westinghouse Appliances, Such As -- ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS ELECTRICAL WIRING MATERIAL REFRIGERATORS - AIR CONDITIONERS LAWN MOWERS- RANGES & MANY MORE Dial 725.5516 MAGAHA, Inc. Electrical Contractor - Appliance Center North Qeorge Street -- Ranson, W. Va. I I I II III wool l air lst year ere higher than the support level established for these commodi ties or 1973 under the Nat- ionl Wool Act of 1954, as amended. The ntional acerage price of 82.7 ceres a pound received by all producers who sold wool in 1973 was 10.7 cents above te support level of 72 cents a pound. The national average price of $1.87 per pound veceiv ed by ,producers who sold mob air in 1973 was about $1.07 above ,the support level of 80.2 cents a pound. The 1974 support prices are 72 cents a pound for wool and 80.2 cents a pound for toolkit, the same as for 1973. The ave- rage In'ices received ,by pro- ducers during .the first ree months of 1974 are 72.5 cents  a pound for wool and $1.73 ces per .pound for mohair. This ,is the first year in the Microfilming'Program is Progress'ino At Hospital history of the Wool Act n which market prices for wool Since September, 1973, he "lhis program, trader e dir- have exceeded support ,prices. Medical Records Department ection of Mrs. Jean rin, I recent yem-s ,an nua, i pay- of the Charles Town Genera, l ART, Medical Records Librar- meres on wool and unshorn Hospital has taken on a .new Jan, is carried ot by seven lmbs under ,this program beve dimension with the mplemen volunteers: ranged cram bott $50  $100 ration of microfiing. Wi.th the Mrs. Dorothy Henkle, ,Mrs. million, shelves housing ,medical xe-Janet Willette, Mr. and Mrs. cords bursting t the seams, John Sbanxmn, Mrs. Mary Yyle, ) C H t .became impe."a,tive ,to instal.1 vs. Edna Nethken and ,,Mrs. Lewis (Buzz arro some system of microfiinti,ng. Goldie Viana. Each vol, u neer It was decided  mai.ndn works approximately six ,hours R ig A He d Of records n rd copy for a fivea week making a ,total of forty $ ns s i  yea period, all oers, start- two hours a week spt on is i.ng with 1959 to be microfilm- program. 00--''00nepner0sr0wn Police ed-sing the "fi00e" sy00em. The plet.00e rs. Dorot, hy Henkle (]eft) and Lewis (Burry) Carroll, Jr., NOTICE TO CREDITORS M. Janet Willette working et who h been ri.ng as cnief of the Shepherdstown 'Police To the Creditors and Bene- Notice 0f Deen for the past 10 ficiaries of the Estate of Ed- yea,rs, has submitted his resig- round D. McGarry, deceased. Trustee's Sale Of ntion as chief and a, lso as e All persons having claims Valuable Real Estate member of .the Shepherdstown against ,the Estate of Edmund Police I)epartment, effective D. McGarry, deceased, wheFner By virtue of the authorRy Wednesday, ,May 1'. St. Lee due or not. are notified to ex- vested in me by a Deed of Rephenn, III, ,is the only other hi.bit the same, Wi the Trust ,bearing dte the l{th member of the depament, vouchers thereof, legally veri- day of October, 1972, executed Garroll said ,he is resigning fled, to the undersigned at his by James R. 'Hurley and Shir- to take a better job. He will office in the Citizens Office ley Hurley to the undersigned, become associated wth Jack Building, Charles Town, West Kenneth W. ,Metz, Trustee, to Lowe Produots, Which nmnu. Virginia on or before the 7th secure the paymertt of that faotures ,bark mulch and spray day of September, 1974; other- certa'in promissory note there- ing equipmerR, wise they may, by law, be in described, recorded in ,the A native o Ranson, Carroll excluded from all benefits of Office of the Clerk of the began his police work in 1958 said estale. All beneficiaries of County Court of Jefferson Cou- when he became the first-ful.l said estate may appear on or nty, West Virginia in Deed time police officer the town before said day to examine said Book 349 at page 608; the said of Ranson. He held that post claim and otherwise protect note now being payable, and for ,three years, ,then ,moved o their interest, default ,having been made in Florida to work as a security Given under my hand this the payment thereof, the under .guard at ,the Martin-Marietta 29th day of April, 1974 signed, having been required plant in Orlando. He came ,back P.T. PORTERFIELD, JR. to do so 'by the holder of said to Jefferson Coumy i,n 1964 Commissioner Of Accounts note, will offer for sale at and became head of the Shep- Jefferson County public auction ,to the highest herdstown Police department. May 2-2-t. bidder at the front door of ,the Carroll las been active in the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire NOTICE TO CREDITORS Court House in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Vir- Department, having been assist ant fire ohief of the Sheperds To the Creditors and Bene- ginia, o the 25th day of 'May, 1974, .at 10:00 o'clock A. M. D. town company for the past ficiaries o@ the Estate of Anna S. T., the following desci, bed ,nine yeas. P. McGarry, deceased, property: In resigning Carroll commen All persons having claims "All those parcels of real led that Shepherdstown has against the Estate of ANNA P. estate situate in Charles Town, grown .to he point it should McGARRY, deceased, whether Jefferson County, West Vir- .have four full4d,me police off- due or not, are notified to ex- ginia, and more particularly ,icers. hibit the same, with the described as follows: 1. All of vouchers thereof, legally veri- that certain house and lot of I fled, to the undersigned at his land lyin on the east side of office in the Citizens Office Noth Church Street. Beginn- SANDBLASTI00 Building, Charles Town, West ing in the line of said street at Virginia on or before the TCh the corner of the Halsie M. 81: Valnll day of September, 1974; other-Littge lot: thence along the Repairing g wise they may, by law, be line of said street northwardly Of Swimming Pools excluded from all benefits of 64 feet to another corner of said estate. All beneficiaries of property formerly owned by Estimates can be given on said estate may appear on or Frank H. Drish, but now own- before said day to examine said ed ,by rs. Jessie Appell; telephone  claim and otherwise protect thence at right angles with said ROBINSON PAINTING their interest. Given under my hand this property eastwardly 38 feet 10 inches: thence at right angles AND 29th day of April, 1974. southwardly approximately 52 P. T. PORTEIFIELD, JR. feet: thence at right anles SANDBLASTING CO. Commissioner Of Accoun approxinmtely 4 feet 2 inches Jefferson County eastwardly; thence at tight Winchester, Va. May 2-2t. angles approximately 12 feet to 703-662-7180 NOTICE TO CREDITORS said Littge lot: thence at right ------- angles with said Little lot west Mar. 28-5G To the Creditors and Bene- wardl 81 feet to the point of ficiaries of .the Estate of How- beginning. 2. Also a certain lot IF YOU'RE NOT GETTING 6.5% ,o, ,o,, .o.. Come where the interest is always the highest the law permits. 30.Mon00 $10,000 Certificate Of I)eposit SAYINGS PLAN TODAY! PAY YOU A . Interest MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Come, be a port of our savings clan. CALL US AND ASK ABOUT IT TODAY BLAKREY BANK & TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Reserve System. F. D. L C. IANSON, WEST VIRGINIA ard Thomas ann, Deceased. or parcel of land adioining the A'"  vin- cl-ixns above property, and ,beginning lI persons na g a' ........... f Hm " at llhe corner of ,the lot above agams me s,t u wm ....... .........  whe,.r ,aescrroea ano .property at T 'Mann, aecea u, vz[, _ ; ..... f:ed .... James M Moler and wife, aue or not, are nutz  u ex- . _ ......... ............. i. ,.^ wnlcn point xs  iee tram ne fllOl me SalIl, w m ta .......... .... " leall'" veri mtersecuon at rorm ann voucners mereoz, " Y " Ch ........ feet ...... %rsioned at his urcn treezs" lnence ile(l, o me una , . .. . ' ...... " " s from me eas use at nurcn office in the CRzen Office ........ I ree in a nne running vara Building, Charles Town, West ' " Virginia on or before ,the 7th ed to North Street With ,the day of September, 1974; other- dividin line between Moler wise they may, by law, be and McGrail to the said corner; excluded from all benefits of thence .in a southerlv direction said estate. All beneficiaries of and paalled to the line of said estate may appear on or Church Street 52 feet, more or before said day to examine said !ess, to a point; thence corner- m and continuing i an east- ., claim and otherwise protect erlv direction with the line of their interest. Given under my hand this McGrall running parallel to 29th day of April, 1974. North Street 41 feet, more or P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. less, to a voint: thence leaving Commissioner Of Accounts :the line of cGrail and runn- Jefferson County m northerlv parallel to Chu- ,May 2-2-t. rch Street 52 feet..more or less, to a point in oler's line, a new corner: thence bv a new NOTICE TO CREDITORS line in a westerly direction par -----" allel .to North Street 41 feet, To the Creditors and Bene- more or less, to the point or ficiaries of the Estme of OTTO place of beginning; forming a S..BIDRLY, deceased, paral.leloram 41 by 52 ceet. All persons having 'cla.tms against the Estate of OTTO TERMS OF SALE S. BIERLY, deceased, wether One-third (1/3) cash on day due or not, are notified to ex- of sale, balance to be paid in hibit the same, with the two (2) equal installments, vouchers thereof, legally veri- evidenced by the notes of the fled, to the undersigned at his purchaser or purchasers, bear- office in the Citizens Office ing even date with day of sale, Building, Charles Town, West ayable on or before one (1) Virgirfia on or before the 7th and two (2) years fter date, day of September, 1974; other, respectively, beating .irterest wise they may, by law, be from date at tim rate Of eight excluded from all benefits of per centum (8a) ner anmtm, said estate. All beneficiaries of pay@ble semi-annuallv, secured said estate may appear on or by a deed of rusts tmon the before said day to examine said pronerv sold, and assirment claim and otherwise protect of fire insurance in reasonable their interest, amounts uoon the uilins Given under my hand .this thereon, if any, with the privi- th day of April, 1974. lee to the purchaser or pur- P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. chasers of paying all cash on Commissioner Of Accotms day of sale or increasin.o -.the Jefferson County cash avment as he may desire. ,May W. Trustee the hospi on e microfilm- sm md Mr. and M. Allen Paul. ,Mrs. Holm Wte ing program. "Ring are he loud grandpar- ed  service w.Rh a At his ,time, three years of ents. followed by ,Mrs. medical records, through 1962, Mr. and rs. Herbert Ander- leader who gave many approximately 7,500 chars have been filmed and placed in plastic micro-fiche jackets. 'Rhe .records are prepered and fi,lm land then films mailed .to Washington, D. C. for process- ing. UpOn return the Im .is placed in mircofiche packets and filed. When jackets have been checked against petiem's index card for discrepancies, then original filmed records are destroyed by the Mainten- mce department. I)eth re- cords through 1968, have ,been microfilmed and left on 'oll ilm." " Doctors view the ptienCs Jackets on a microfilm reader n ,the edieal Records De- t. A reader-primer will be pu_msed in the near fut- ure for copying ,t.e "filmed jackets. It is estimated that all records ,trough 1966, w11 be fimed and jacketel by Ju- ary, 1975: when e new hospi tl will be ready for occupancy. Since September e volun- leers have to ,this date, contri- buted a total of 662 hours on microfilming. This valuahle service to the hospi.tal ,bas prov ed to 'be a lifesonner as R has saved e 'hosltal several Thou sand dollars in labor. The vol t, meers are all members of te ,hospitM Axilie.,-y with the exception of Mr. John Shannon a '.'friend" of Charles Town General Hospil. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring, Jr. Mr. Larry Pierce remains a patient in Newton D. Bker Hospital. We wish Mr. Pierce a speedy recovery and that he will soon be home. Birth Announced Mr. al Mrs. Terry Ring are proud to announce tlW birti of a daughter bern Friday April 26 in the Charles Town General Hospital. Kicaberly Dawn is the name they chose for ,their new little gift. Kim- berly is joined at home by two sisters Paln and Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carman of Ran- sen'of Martirmbur& . Sam about the life ,that Myers of I.nwood and Mr. and in his service to Cdist. Mrs. Albert Anderson of Ran- The meing was col .l._  were Sunday afternoon order by ,the vice-presi son visi.tors with Mr. and ,Mrs. Cha Mrs. Robert Mason.--'- Tie .. rles Stevens. business as usual, folloWd Mr. Harlan James ,is a pat- all commiee reports. lent in the Winchester Memor meeting was closed   tal Hospital. .r. James has group praying. improved since be suffered a Mrs. Jefferson served d heart attack last Monday..We ous refreshments from a W. wish Mr. James a speedy re- ly arranged dining room covery. The evening was enjoy " Church News everyone present. The Middleway United Meth Mrs. Elsie May of odist Women met Wednesday and Mrs. Nancy Shutts onj evening April 24th at 7:30 t a picnic  the tmke the home of Mrs. ,Paul Jeffer- Park on Sunday afternoon. son wth twelve members pre- ,Mr. Joe Hough has sent. to ,his 'heine in Sanford, The tesson for the evening aer spending sometime .as on .the life of Apostle his mother Mrs. Hartan PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE The undersigned will offer the following real esta for sale in front of the Berkeley County CourthOUSe in Martinsburg, West Virginia: SATURDAY, MAY 18 - AT 10:00 & M. 145 acres of wood land on the Virginia-West Vlrg/nlt border three miles south of Gerrardstown, West Vie' ginia; ten miles north of Winchester, Virginia. Beillg the remaining portion of the former Dr. Hoffman lal (Deed Book 231, Page 495) lying at the base Mountain near ML Pleasant Church. Tract has and several small streams and is suitable for a camp, hunting lodge or second-home subdivision. proximately 30 acres of the land is in Virginia balance is tn Berkeley County, West Virginia. Location sketch and plat may be obtained prior t# sale date by contacting Edward "Ned" Morrow, RL N 3, Martinsburg, West Va. 25401, Phone (304) 267-49 or Fox & Associates, Inc., Surveyors, 405 North Potom SL, Hagerstown, Md. 21740, Phone (31) 733-8503. TERMS: 10% of the purchase price will be requ. of the purchaser on day of sale. The balance in or certified check upon delivery of a good and suf fie" lent deed on or before July 15, 1974. Taxes to be prO. rated as of date of settlement. CHARLES & EDWARDS, 0wnm EDWARD "Ned" MORROW, Auctioneer May 2-9- Ask Tile ANSWER-PERSON 000 Q. If I'm at fault and I wreck my automobile, will my automobile policy cover renting a car while mine is being repaired? A. Glad you asked. Due to a new coverage now available (Known as Rental Re-imbursement) it can be added to your automobile insurance for a small additional premium. SM (AD USCH ITH ENBO  INC. MARTINSBURG CHARLES ToWN "'Everything Insured- Bu Yesterday" YOUR PERSONAL