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fill I11111i[11 " ...... " " .................... .............. IN THE Pl A COM] 3NITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION We Are Now Paying 3 Percent On Savings Accounts Ju II I Two persons sustained minor ~njuries m two of three minor "highway accidents which oecurr- ~ed in Jefferson County Friday and Saturday in' which five cars and one truck were damaged to the extent of about $2,500. The Friday accident occurred ,about 3 p.. m. on U. S. Route 340, .i bout 2.9 miles west of Charles : id a westbound truck operated Wilbert Preston, of Park View ,Trailer Court. was attempting to ;make a left turn off the highway ,when it collided with a 1956 "iChrysler being driven West on the highway by George R. Staubs of West Liberty street, Charles ~1 J J . Alfred Brightwell, 38, of Fred- erick, Md., Mary Knowles, 20, a passenger in the Knowles car, sus tained minor injuries. Damage to the two cars was listed at about $1,400. Investigation of the acci- dent is continuing. About 1 p. m. Saturday Trooper Devita investigated another two Town. A passenger in the Staubs car, Ruth Ann Mosley, was slight- ly injured, car accident on U. S. Route 340, about 5 miles west of Charles Corporal Holman said Staubs Town near the intersection of was charged with improper pass- Secondary Route 21. ing and Preston was charged Trooper Devita said a 1964 Che with having defective equipment, vrolet being driven West on the Damage to the two vehicles was highway by Jack Raymond Ire- listed at about $200. land, 45. of Winchester, Va., and A' two car collision was also owned fay Melco,, Inc., of Win- investigated about 12:10 Saturday chester, struck a parked car own- morning on U. S, Route 340, about 3.7 West of Charles Town, by Charles Town State Trooper An- thony Devita. Involved were a 1962 Ford traveling East and be- ing driven by Kenneth Odell Knowles, of RFD 1, Shenandoah Va., and a 1965 Ford being driven West on the highway by Richard -- BONUS 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 -- AT -- WEST END GULF SERVICE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. On Purchase Of $5.00 Or More GOOD FOR THE MONTH OF MAY WITH THIS COUPON Discontinuing my cow and calf operation, I will soil the follow. trig located 7 miles southwest of Martinsburg, W. Va., 2 miles north of Gerrardstown, W. Va., on the "Mills Gap" road at Union Corner. Follow signs on Arden road, or from Gerrards- town turn south off of Route No. 51. "Follow Signs." FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1,966 BEGINNING AT 12:30 D.S.T. 62--HEAD Of ANGI S CATTLE--62 28 Angus Cow~, 2-5 years of age; 4 Angus, Heifer Springers, 1st Calf; 1 Registered Angus Bull, 3~ years old; 4 Angus Bulls, 14-15 months of age. 25 of the above cows will have calves by side. Calves" are out of a registered Angus Bull. These cattle have been TB and Bangs Tested 30 days prior to sale. Over half of these cows are registered, and worthy the attention of Angus breeder This is a good herd of ymang cows. LOADING CHUTE ON PREMISES. TERMS--CASlI: Nothing removed until settled for. Not respon ble for accidents on premises. 'ROY B. ed by Thomas Henry Berry of Charles Town. Damage to the two cars amounted to about $800. Trooper Devita said the car be- ing driven by Ireland also went through a fence near the Havana Baptist Church after careening off of the parked car. Job Center Enrollees May 12-1t- EDWAIgIW CNed) MORROW, Auctioneer WiIJ IAM ELL, Clerk Surprise Chef With Birthday Party Although they have been en- rolled at the Center for but a short period, the some 53 enroll- ees at the Harpers Ferry Job Corps Conservation Center, al- ready have the Center Chef Will- iam (Bill) Ollar, of their team. And they demonstrated clearly this point Tuesday at noon when they honored him at a surprise birthday party held in the Center cafeteria. "Bill", a native of Camp Hill, Pa., (a surburb of Harrisburg), was 53 years old Tuesday and the boys at the Center, on their own initiative and volition, con. tributed to a gift fund for "Bill", a lovely silver bowl was purchas- ed, a birthday cake was made and one of the enrollees did a fine job of decorating it. All this they did without any help, or direction from the Center personnel. The project was devised and directed by four boys - Ronald Williams, John Crowley, Maurice Ross and Albert Manson - and when they had everything ready and all the boys were in the Center cafeteria Bill was called in and presented the bowl and the boys sang "Happy Birthday" to him. Bill is no newcomer at making people happy and keeping their appetites appeased since he had been for years head Chef in the cafeteria at the Pennsylvania State Capitol building in Harris. burg. Bolivar Heights tlarpers Ferry West Virginia April 21. 1966. Mr. Max Brown. Editor, Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, West Virginia Dear Mr. Brown: Most people believe the use of animals in experimental research is both necessary and justified in order to nnprove medical techni- ques, test the many new drugs and chemicals and add to medical knowledge. To this end. nearly two million dogs, a half-million cats, and countless other animals were used in research laborator- ies in this country last year. These animals, the unwilling subjects of vital medical research are not given the good care and consideration which they deserve. ara only a few of the eo - ion to prewnt hoft of anlmal . ditions which make our research to widen the use of anesthesia, to laboratories in hospitals, univer- give post-operative care. to pro- slues and other institutions a[vide comfortable cages, and disgrace to American medicine. ] limit the amount of fear, pain and The pharmaceutical industry is stress which an experimental ant equally guilty. There is no need lmal i,~ forced to endure. I To quote an editorial from the New York Times, "Antivivisection is not at issue, but decent, re- for such neglect and cruelty'in a country as rich as ours. In Eng. land, for the past ninety years, the practice of medicine has flourished under a law which con trols animals research. Among other things, it requires licensing of each scientist who has the responsibility of working with living animals, forbids experi- ments that are equivalent to tor- ture, and provides for govern- ment inspection of each labora- tory. To add to the unfortunate con- ditions outlined above, pet dogs and cats are now being stolen by unscrupulous dealers to supply the ever-increasing demand for research subjects. Public indignation ha.~ resulted in the introduction of twenty diff sponsible care of dumb animals is." .... Sincerely yours, Helen S. Webb (Mrs. B. Webb) Secretary, Animal Welfare Soci- ety of Jefferson County. ~:~, --:~,~~ Quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, May 9, 1966. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all butch- er classes. Choice butcher steers, none; In most laboratories they are kept erent bills in Congress to improve good butcher steers, 23.00 to m cramped, dark and uncomfor- the care and treatment of the 26.00; plain to medium steers, table cages, sometimes for seven animals. At present, these bills 2000 to 22.75; choice butcher heif- years without ever being let out are being combined. Mr. Harley ers, 24.50 to 25.50; good butcher for exercise. Large dogs are often O. Staggers, our representative, is seen in cages too small for them chairman of the committee which to stand up-right or turn around will consider this legislation. easily. After major operations Every reader of this paper can they are put back in their cages help greatly by writing a letter without any care or pain-reliev- to Mr. Staggers, addressed to the heifers, 22.00 to 24.00; plain to medium heifers, 18.00 to 21.75; good bulls, 23.00 to 24.50; plain to medium bulls, 20.00 to 22.75: com- mercial cows, 21.00 to 22.00; util- ity cows, 19.75 to 20.75; canners ing drugs. Animals are often sub House Office Building, Washing- and cutters, 19.'0 down; cows by jects to extreme and prolonged ton, D. C., asking him to hold the head, up to 260.00; stocker pain when the use of a local or prompt hearings on the bills for and feeder steers, 24.00 to 31.00; even general anesthetic would research animals and to work jstock hezters, 22.00 to 24.00. prevent much fear and suffering, vigorously in support of legislat. Choice to prime calves, 36.00 to SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1966 39.00: good butcher calves, 34.00 t 35.75; medium butcher calves, 28.00 to 33.75; thin calves, 27.75 down; heavy calves, 24.00 to 30.00. Lambs. good to choice, 30.00 to 30.10; butcher ewes, 9.00 to 13.00; stock ewes per head, up to 22.00. Good butcher hogs, 25.00 to 25.50: medium butcher hogs, 24.35 to 24.75: heavy butcher hogs, 23.00 to 24.25; butcher sows, 15.85 to 18.00; heavy feeders and butcher hogs, 22.00 to shoats per hundred, 31.00 pigs per head, up to 20.00; 16.00 down; sows and pigs, 90.00. Miscellaneous Sales Start A.M.--Livestock Sales 1:30 Each Monday. Attend Church The 1965 Delinquent Tax List will go the newspaper for pulflication on May 27. Any person whose Taxes 'are linquent may have his or her name moved from this list by paying Taxes before May 27. 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