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/creasing Ownership Of ds By :derd Government Blasted In dk v Secretary Land, River ~he steadily increasing owner P of land by the Federal gov- lraent was given a lambasting ursday night, April 28 by Cliff 1 Umscheid in addressing a *ting of the Jefferson County ague of Women Voters held at :Jefferson County Civic Center One of the aims of the Eastern Panhandle Land and Rivers Pro- tective Association Umscheid said is to meet demands for clean rivers and clean water with only a minimum of disruption of pri- vate .ownership of river front lands. Jn~scheid, secretary of theThe real problem existing today stern Panhandle "Land and Umscheid said is cenh'alized Fed ~ers Protective Association, ask eral control versus private owner the gathering "Is the conservat ship of the land along the banks land beauty of land and water of the Shenandoah and Cacapon ~0nsistent and incompatible Rivers. The land is now owned th the conservation of indivi- by people wbo are interested in al rights and the retention of keeping the waters and lands ~al control?" cleaner than by condemnation ii i __ , :i~ , A FULL- SERVICE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM D MEMBER FDIC RANSON, W. VA. Grower credits KARATHANE for excellent finish of Hess Apples "We used KARATHANE WD regularly in our spray program in the 1965 season and feel it gave us good mite suppression and mildew control. Our finish on all varieties of apples was Xcellent. KARA? ANS will definitely be included in our mite l rogram in '66." Hess Bros. Orchard Waynesboro, Pa. Mr. Hess' experience with KARATHANE is typical of that of aPPle growers throughout the nation, for KARA?HANE is ~rfique. It is both a milicide and a fungicide and controls ~rchard mites and powdery mil- dew. Ask your farm supply dealers or application instructions . . . as Wettable powder or liquid con- i e rttrate. : aoeLmA. ,, os ~IfJtRATHAN~ is a tradomat, k, Rt~. U,..~, Pat. Off'. and in prineipQl forolgn couP(trio. KARATHANE FOR MITE CONTROL and eviction of the o erg. speaker declared neither of these rivers should be included in the "Wild Rivers Bill" since neither fall into the category set up in the original provisions of the bill. County planning and sanitation control can accomplish what is necessary to protect the rivers and at the same time leave the control of the rivers and lands in the hands of local responsibil- ity, Umscheid said. But this plan- ing is our responsibility and Jeff- erson Countians can, and will measure up to this responsibility. The Land and Rivers Protective association believes that the Fed- =eral Government should take only lands needed for necessary public services which can not be pro- vided by state or local ownership, Umscheid stated. The Land an drivers Protective Association is now in the process of making a survey of the situat- ion along the rivers and when this has been completed a public report will be made. Mrs. Glenn Hoffman, president of the League of Women Voters, introduced a number of political candidates who were pre~nt at the meeting. A coffee hour follow! ed to give those present an oppor tunity to meet the candidates. Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Mr. Eddie Bayliss, Mrs. Eleanor Butler, of Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Swartz and Mr. Richard Swartz spent Sunday in Charlottesville, Va. They visited Clay Bayliss who is in the hospi- tal in Charlottesville, Va. Mr. Ed- die Bayliss returned to Charlottes. -" ville on Monday as he was called by his son being put on the criti- cal list. [ Sgt. Harold Carter spent the I weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo. Sgt. Car- I'1ter is attending Marine School in Virginia this week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Largent, Mr. James Ceravalo, of Falling Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Spence Gurney, of Marlowe, were Satur- day night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- vale and family. i Mrs. Lowell Eusey is spending some time with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Eusey, in Gallon, Ohio. Home Demonstration Club The Rippon Home Demonstra- tion Club met at Village House Restaurant of Shenandoah Junc- tion on Thursday evening with a dinner meeting on May 5 with thirteen members in attendance. Yhey enjoyed a delicious meal. The meeting was opened with De- votions led by Mrs. Paul D. Chap- i man and the minutes of last meet. ing were read and approved and .. a report was made by the treasur- er after which a number of items of business were discussed. Mrs. James Louthan presented the i' evening lesson, "Artist and Work." Mrs: Louthan Showed ,- slides of some famous paintings. They were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway, of Berry- ville, Va., was guest on Wednes- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. IHarry Nicodemus, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. David Nicodemus. Mrs. Herman Swartz viM, ted their grandson, Clay Bayliss, a,pa, tient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital, on Thursday.. ' I Mrs. Albert Nicodemus' has[ been confined to her home thi~[ past week and has been under l the doctor's Care. Members of Grace Episcopal Church, Church-Women, Who were in Warrenton, Va., orL Fri- day to attend the Valley Convoca- tion Churchwomen Spring meet- ing at St. James Episcopal Church were Mrs. Glenn Sunderlin, Mrs. John C. Digges, Jr., Mrs. Ruby H. Davis, Mrs. Harry Jones, of Ber- ryville, Va., and Mrs. Robert Ran- dolph Smith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Adams were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ad- ams and family in honor of Moth- ers Day. Cub Scouts Den 3, Cub Scouts Pack 39, of Ranson, enjoyed Wednesday eve- ning at the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus," Cedar Lane." The Cub Scouts and their Den Mothers enjoyed the afternoon by flying kites and touring the farm. They were Edward Slush- er, James Breeden, Jr., James Milton, Robert Payne, Donald Boyer, Frank Howard, Jeff Ash- craft, James Servis, Rickey Sow- ers, Eddie Ashcraft, Emma Jean Slusher, Betty Ashcraft, and Flo- rence Sowers. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Austin Nico- demus. Patient in Hospital Clay Bayliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bayliss, was riding in back of a moving truck and was thrown out. The accident oc. curred on Wednesday evening. He was taken to the Winchester Me- mortal Hospital by ambulance, On Friday he was conveyed to the Charlottesville Hospital accompa- nied by his mother, Mrs. Eddie Bayliss, At this writing he is on the critical list. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Carroll, of Shepherdstown, and Mr. George Griffith and daughter, Debbte, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Car- roll and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Presgraves and two children, Ka- therine and Jimmy, of Boyce, Va. and Mrs. Carroll, of man of Charles Town, Mr. Ken- neth' Lee Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughter, Debbie, were Sunday evening sup- per guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll. Martha Adams was among the Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H'ers who attended the 4-ti Day at the Community Center on Saturday for Health Day. They enjoyed a ionic lunch in the picnic area. Miss Emily Hammond, of Wash- ington, D. C., and Mr. J. II. Siler, of Richmond, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth M. Smith. Mrs Charles Adams and Mrs. Marvin Adams spent Sunday aft- ernoon in Winchester, Va., visit- ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Boyd. Mrs. ,Byd has been under the doctor s care this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and family, Debbie, Franklin and David, spent Sunday in Washing. ton, D. C., and visited the Wash- ington Zoo. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Subscribe To The Splrlt-Advoeat Rites Held Tuesday Re=l SpiHt-Adwate semrr or V0CAr THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 B--3 For l?us ll Adams, Jr. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Mel- vin T. Strider Colonial Funeral L L tlnme in Ranson, for Russell William Adams, Jr., 66, of John- sontown, W. Va., who died un- expectedly Friday morning in Charles ;rown General tIospital. The Reverend',,,, Butler and Wash- ington, officiated and burial was made in the Johnsontown Ceme- tery. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson County, January 6, 1900, a Son of the late Russell W. and Cordetea liill Adams. He was em- ployed at Shenandoah Downs Race track and was a member of the Rippon Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bessie Robinson Adams, at the home; four daughters - Mrs. Ethel Williams, Charles Town; Mrs. Marie Morris Duffields; Mrs. Elizabeth Page, Washington, D. C. and Mrs. Bessie Young, Charles Town; two sons - Robert Adams of Philadelphia, Pa.; and John of Charles Town; also 13 grand- children and 12 great-grandchild- AT 121 N. Charles Street - Charles Town, W. Va. P. S. --- You Must Cut Out And Bring This Coupon With You! @@@ ! i