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NOW HE'S THE BATBOY ..... SOON HE WILL PLAY THE GAME In no time at all,Junior will want to take his place in the world, and he'd best be ready with what it takes to get the things he wants. He'll quickly find out that most of the things he wants cost money' The earlier he learns the value of savings, the better his life will be. Now is the time to teach him the surest and safest way to financial security -- own Savings ACcount with an organized savings program! He'll grow watching his money grow.., he'll build something of value... He'll reap the benefits of having "what it takes" to get what he wants. Open a Savings Account for him at our bank.., we'll enjoy helpfng him build! Bring Him In To Visit Us Today RandolphNamed To Head Subcommittee On Veterans Affairs At Cons Jefferson Cotmty will be repre- sented at the ninth annual Ccm- servation Education Workshop to be held at West Virginia Univer- sity in Morgantown, July 5-12, by Miss Patricia Brant and Mrs. Brenda Dodson, both members of the faculty of Wright Denny School in Charles Town The Workshop, sponsored by the College of Agriculture and Forestry, the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Human Resources and Education will deal with soils, plants, water and forestry conservation. This will mark the seventh con secutive year Jefferson County has been represented at the con- SENATOR RANDOLPH Appointment of Senator Jen- bedroom window Other than a nings Randolph (D-W. Va.) to be gun, it has not yet been announc- chairma~ of the Subcommittee on ed as to what was taken from the Veterans Affairs has been an- home. No one was at home at nounced by Senator Lister H. Hill the time of the ransacking. (D-Ala.)), chairman of the U.S.' ference, with the funds for the two county scholarships having been made .possible by businesses clubs and czvic groups interested in conservation work. This special Summer course is designed to emphasize the con- tribution public schools can make toward developing desirable atti- tudes and habits in relation to conservation; to aid teachers in developing a better understand- ing and appreciation for the con- servation of our natural resour- ces; and to provide opportunities for planning for the kinds of experiences that will lead child- ren to an understanding of the basic concepts of canservation. ed by tearing a screen from a 'smith, medical and other expen- sos of the above two and other horses against Irving Brasch. Mrs. Ruth Funkhouser O'Sullivan Farms Charles Town, West Virginia June 16-34. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be receiv- ed by The State Road Commission of West Virginia at its office in Charleston, West Virginia, Room 412, Office of the Executive Sec- retary, 1800 Washington Street, East, until 10 A. M., Daylight Sav- ing Time, Tuesday, July 12, 1966 and said proposals will be public- ly opened and read immediately thereafter for the construction of Lhe following projects on State Roads. Senate Committee on Labor and Fire Destroys Cornshed Public Welfare. RandoIph suc- ceeds Senator Ralph Yarborough (D-Tex.) as head of the subcom. ON Roderick Farm; House mittee with jurisdiction over vet- erans' legislation. ' t L0cat Nea y is ved Chairman Randolph has long been active in the field of legisla.[ A eornshed, valued at about tion and the provision of facili- ties for veterans ,including the 14 several thousand dollars, was des years he served in the House of troyed by fire of still undermin- Representatives. During almost ed origin about 5 p. m. Monday, eight years in the Senate, Ran-., June 27, on a farm owned by dolph has supported major legis-IMarvin E. Roderiek, located on lation for veterans while serving' the Flowing Springs Road, north on the Labor and Public Welfare east of ~n. Volunteers of the Independent Committee to which the subcom- and Citizens fire companies re- mittee reports. sponded to the alms1 and called S WHJJs NOW fl on .the Shepherdstown Fire De- e~m~ e partment for a tanker. Tankers State Project 64 and 111 -Jeff- erson County. 1.07 miles of the Charles Town Berryville Road on US 340 for Asphaltic Concrete Wearing Course. Proposal Guar- anty: $500.00 The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals. THE STATE ROAD COMMISS- ION OF WEST VIRGINIA SAM G. McEWEN EXECUTIVE SECRETARY owned by Shenandoah Downs and Stationed In Guam Richard Dodson also helped to provide water to fight the blaze. Guam, M. I., (FHTNC)June 14 Through the use of booster and one and one-half inch lines, Communication Technician Sea- the firemen were able to con- man Willis E. Nowell, Jr., son of fine the fire to the shed and Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Nowell Sr. saved a nearby house. of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. is sew- About 45 firemen remained on ing at the Naval Communication the scene until 8:15. Station Guam, in the Marianas June 30-2-t. Wenow pay 3 % Interest an all Savings Accounts Islands, for duty, " NOTICE icate The station is a vital link in Notice of sale of race horses to "-" : We also after 4% Certif of Deposits v~st world-wide communications satisfy a lien thereon. NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL OF network, and provides major com Pursuant to the provisions of MACE ELECTRIC COMPANY municati~ns support for ships and Chapter 38, Article 11, Section 14, Notice is hereby given that the units of the U. S. Seventh Fleet, West Virginia Code of 1961, as under signed, Mace Electric Com- .... .,: ~. operating in the South Pacific. amended, notice is hereby given pany of 321 East 25th Street, Bal- ~,. ~ "six-rim rall-- t "o on andwin """ ~. m Ithat at 10:00 A M. D. S. T., on [L1 [ ....:.. : ] nnree rams .e0 u__ ~, i~_L_..I ~ .... [Monday; July 11, 1966, at the timore, Maryland 21218, a corpor- [ wlm J oo oarman on mel / nome U| fi0U [| tO'Sullivan Farms, near Charles ation organized under the laws Dry)::( [ ] !~~ dB ! of the state of Maryland, and motmd and hurling free ball, the To n ef e n ' w, J f rson Cou ty, West Tri-County stars jumped into, a For Lead In Park ,' T Virginia , I shall sell at p ublie' authorizedtransact businesst holdinPrOpertYthe stateand[of[ 6-2 lead. But then in the fifth , .. ~ ::,' e y h|eves auctionthe following race norses, West Virgitiae, baa ~esot.ved,~nd f~m~I~mrman was ba~ged on Charle Tow tats Troo er to-wit" Daddy s C O , a bay Kecrean0n League s n S p , intends to withdraw from said i " " ' C a , 1 S o o state. J m the sixth he was not as effe t-[ RECREATION LEAGUE ] breakin~ and enterin~ which[ out of Sun Clock by Sun Teddy; a .... . ,, , This notice is given pursuant ] ;ve as he Jaad been and he gave J .~TA~nt~ n~ T~AM.~ occurred at the home of Robert L ] Sobfllo, a bay mare, folded 1955 Leane's of~ ~Itirnore, Md., a i t be ..................... ] up two runs. He f m~ed e gh "[ ..... Gheen Jefferson Avenue Charles J by Princequillo out of Sob Story to the provisions of Chapter 31 " ' Team w ]=- , , scored' six times in the seventh j fore bemg reheved by bzg Jack " Tow~ Tuesday, night June 28 [ by Peace Chance. Article I Section 84 of the official and eighth fl~me8 to come from l 2 ' " o ' ' ] Butch of the Leetown tea_m, who Globe Trotters3 ,,between 9:30 and 10 o'clock.J This sale is to satisfy my claim Code of West Virginia. be~ and whip the Tri-County wor~ed unto the rrinth when ~a~ers ~ ~ " ' ' " Attested Mace Electric Company League All-Stars Mcmday morn-1 .............. 2 Entrance to the home was gas- and hen for the boardmg, black [ ~lYLrt Itu~sell tOOK over aria nela Aces ~ ............................ ing,, July 4, by a 10-9 score cm] the Marylanders scoreless, i Royals 1 4 . By S/Otis E. Mace the Legion Park field in CharlesI . Bob Davis, former " Charles ....... ' g~l_Ii,Dg~I A Tfl BUT ~" ~ Otis E. Mace, President To~v~. This marked the ~eCond j, Toum ...... 14ivh diam_.o~i ~r,~ Charlie ............ The r~oyazs scored meir ilrst ~xxxxLt,~l.~.-~t~o ~ S/Edward W. Weidman de~e~t f~r the All-Sta~s, t~ flrst lsee and Dwain Donaids~, each wctovy m pray m me dezzerson Edward W. Weidman, Secretary County Memorml Park Recreatmn coming at the e~,~ ~ the[ bad ~wo hits for the All-StarS .... " " " k Now is the time to get your Charolais Bull, if you Corporate Seal A basketball league the past wee MaWland Indep~e~t LeagueI crowd of between 300 and " " " ~ -- fin want cross bred calves next spring. We have some ready MACE ELECTRIC COMPANY Stars a Week a~ in Hagerstown.1400 was On hand for the game and a~,~ tea,,ms manages ~^ ~.~ for heavy service. Priced so you can use them on SEAL The Tri-County and Indepen- ~ o~qcia~ of the Tri-Countv Learns ,~n m~ w~-v~ ~ a~zvu m ~ .~ -~- 1954 I " '~ " "" ~ s"- the league lead commercla~ cows. dent League stars will, however,| since the public response and MARYLAND tangle once again WedfiesdaYIi~terest had been ~0 good, con- The Roya~s finally got on the ~ g~ I~rTTTT]h'~T fh'NJ E June 9-4-t. evening, J~l~ !3 at 8 p. m. l~| sideration is bei:ngg~'ven arrang- winning path Tuesday, ..June 28, . ~. ~.. ~,,t,.~,,~ --- ~,~ ~,u~ v. Municipal stadi~ in Hagerstown [ ing for artother such game for the when they scored a dec~swe i03- (Between Hdlsboro, Va. & Harpers Ferry, W. Va,) with admission set for $1 for morning of July 4, i~ 1967 66 victory over the Globe Trotters TF.T.EPtlf~NE ~ .~9. adults and ~0 *cents f~-children.[ , , , "* J T. Kitchen led the Royals to. -- ............. " .... Julv 7-2t-Pd In the ga~e in Charl~ Towns| D, ~1I~ |~,~dl~,~ tl~e victory by scoring 39 points, - ' Monday Leones were behiml, by]~ WI~ "" AU1~IllI~ while Sam Byrer and Ron Chap- PA P E R -- four f~ns when they staged ,their, man each added 20 and 18 points You Get Precisely What Doctor Orde2s respectively. For the olsing Globe Trotter~ it was Dean Coyle who led the scoring with 22 points. WedneSday, June 29, the Lake- rs, wRh a superb defense, tr'mam- efl the Aces bY a score of 75-47. The Lakers held Buddy iAnham to offly 18 points while Bobby Appell and Dan~y Nichols scored 33 and 17 points respectively. Thur~ay, June 30, the league leading Globe Trotters were again beaten. This time by a score of 60-46 by the Aces. For the winn- ing Aces, Buddy Lanham bnd Alvin Mills scored 28 and 21 points. For the losing Globe Trot- ters Robbie Cain led the Way with 20 ImirKs. Friday, May 1, the Lakers wo~ the second game of the week as they bested the Royals 75-59. Bobhy Appell had 19 and Jeff Both 18 for the Lakers as J. T. Kitchen led the lo+~rs with 26 poi.nt~ S. Whitmore, of the G~obe Troi. ters is the league's leading scorer With a 33.0 average in ~ive games, While J. T. Kitchen of the Royals, is second with a 30.4 average. Buddy Lanham, of The Aces, is third with a 30.0 average; Bobby Hankins of the Royals is fourth with a 24.5 average; Bobby Appell of the Lakers has a 20.4 average; Dealt Coyle of the Globe Trotters is sixth with 17.8; A. Mills of ~am Aces is seventh with 16.7; Cain of the Globe Trotters is eighth with 15.6; Roth of the Lakers has a 15.5 average and Chapman of the Royals is also in the top ten with an 11.6 average. Be Wise- Adve "cise - p.m. 300 HEAD. Will have large run horses and ponies of all kinds, including a lot local horses and several fresh loads from West coamisting of lot good broke Quarter bred horses. FRONT ROYAL LIVESTOCK MARKET For Wrapping Printing PAPER PRODUCTS Towels, Tissues, Bags LOCKER SUPPLIES For Homes - Stores, Etc. Ask Your I ealer ANTIETAM PAPER CO. Hagerstown, Md. PHONE--Regent 9-0600 Front Royal, Vi ginia | mmm -- MACHINISTS " ' ..... _l MODEL MAKERS b ST RUCTURALMECHANICS ~~~_~) Has Your Present Job .. : Exceeded Your Tolerance CHECK THE GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES AT Space Systems Division of Fairchild Hiller is offering outstand- ing opportmdties to machinists, in0de! makers ~nd structural mechanics 'to work on advanced sp~ce satellite programs. These are permanent positions with liberal starting salaries and company benefits. You will move with us into the new Sherman Fairchild Technology Center in GermantoWn sometime this fall, and will work with the latest machine tools in our ultra, modern shops ther~ If your present job has exceeded yotF telera~ee and you want s career position with real opportunity fo~ advan cemeni~ we urge you to ca|l the Personnel Department at 762.1400 or Write to: .. FAIRCHILD HILLER SPACE SYSTEMS DIVISION 1455 Research Boulevard --- Rockville, Maryland An equal opportunity employer, M&F. = WOB FIB FLYING OBJECT Oop~l There goes the pic- ture window l Was it a stone? A rock? A rusty bolt? More important, would it be a hazard coy- creel by your present home insurance? Glasl breakage ie one of many coverages available under ~Etna Life & Casualty's "total protection" He~ - owners policy. Ask 4etails soma. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725.7081 Insurance. and Real Estate Accuracy is a higMy important ingredient in any prescription. Your registered pharmacist is thoroughly qualified, by years of professional training and experiez ce, to follow "doctor's orders" with utmost precision. RELY ON US FOR ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS & ALGER PHARMACISTS Dial T2S-2621 -- Charles Town, W. Vs. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1966 The Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate Great Oaks From Utile Acorns Grow. LAY - A - WAY NOW GOING ON 50c HOLDS ANY BLANKET IN THE STORE 'T FALL. BUY NOW WHILE SELECTIONS BETTER. THEN, ALSO, YOU CAN SAVE BLANKETS AT ...... CHARLES TOWN STORE Always F EE PARKING For CUSTOMERS SeES c[ac,.e ~'fl TIlE ~oe BOyS DODGE POLARA. BIG, POWERFUL, BUT HANDLES LIKE A SHOW HORSE. IF YOU'RE ONE OF THE THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE THAT WANT A BIG CAR BUT DON'T WANT TO PAY A BIG CAR PRICE, IT'S TIME YOU .... ,::~:::!i:~i~! ::::-~:~. 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