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August 18, 1966

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TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS -- PICTURES WEDDINGS --- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS 1844 .--- The Newspaper Charles Town And Rans0n Grew Up With .... 1966 102 NO. 33 Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THUtL DAY, AUGUST 18, 1966 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE 10 CENTS I ~0th arm:iv-'--~sary of the~ Park Service will be l UO l(I L, Takes at the Harpers Ferry Post With Delta Air Historical Park, in ttarp- on August 25. President Wilson signed the bill the Service on this Senator Jennings Ran- Will host a luncheon at the House where George B. Jr., director, National will speak. The Will also mark the 22nd of the establishment Harpers Ferry National Park, authored by Sen- The act, enacted Ferry National was amended ,in 1963, of West Virginia's Senator. L. Wi h, director of the Park Service when the Park was estab- also be present. Mr. currently with the Ameri Association, with the Rocke- Lines In Indhnapolis The West Virginia Daily Cattle Show and Festival, held August 16-19' at Jackson"s Mill, will fea- ,ture the coronation of the 1966, 67 Dairy Princess during~a special pagent on Thurs lay, August 18, at 8:00 P. M. And Miss Mary Ellen Blue, picture above, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Blue, is among the seven fin-! alists, according to Joan Kelley, I Supervisor of the Dairy Section and Director of the Dairy Pdince- ss Program. Mary Ellen lives on a dairy, farm as do all of the can- didates who wish the honor of becoraing the Dairy Princess. She graduated from Shepherdstown High School in 1966, and lists as her interest 4-H work. Daisies will be the theme of the three day contest activities. The candidates will attend a milk punch party to meet Pamela Mar- low Link, the 1965-66 Dairy Prin- cess, who last week completed a tour of .the state to promote dairy products under the sponsorship of the West Virginia State De- partment of Agriculture. The can- didates wilt be interviewed by a panel of judges, attend a lunch. COn in their honor, and be pre- seined to an audience the evening of the coronation. Official judges for the contest include Donrtis Rexroad Hannah, the 1963 Dairy Princess and pre- seatly the Harrison County Ex- tension Agent; John Heiskell, Dir ,I I~ARY ELLEN BLUE ector of Farm News in the Tri- State area for WSAZ TV and Radio in Huntington; Robert Mor- an, Administrative Assi. ant to Angus E. Peyton, Commissioner of the State Department of Com- merce. The new Dairy Princess will re- ceive a $300.00 scholarship, a size able wardrobe, and a trip to the national American Dairy Princess Contest held in Chicago next June The public is cordially in- vited to attend the coronation. m Ervie Webb, 35, of Charles Town, was ordered held wRhout bond for action of the Jefferson County Grand Jury on a charge of murder at a :hearing before Justice of the Peace Merle Alger, shortly before noon today. Webb is being charged wth the plck ce slaying about 11:20 Wednesday night of Luther Carey 34, of South Lawrence street, Charles Town. The attack on Carey occurred on Ann street, lo- cated in the vicinity of Page Jackson High School in Charles Town. Reportedly Carey was struck by Webb with a pick.axe, the instru- ment striking Carey in the chest and puncturil -a lung on the right side. Maude Stanton, of Charles Town, who was with Caxey at the time of the attack, called Charles Town Patrolman Bert Rickard and he and Constable Robert Carr went to the scene of the attack. Then Charles Town State Trooper Gary Arthur was summoned and the body was removed to the morgue at the Charles Town General Hospital, where Dr. Mildred Williams examined the body and ruled on the cause of death. County Democrats I VFWPo Ii Announcement was made to- day by C. F. Rein,inger, President and Gc~eraa Manager of Pow- hatan Brass & h'on Works, Ran- scm, that formal groundbreaking ceremonies for a new fully auto- mated foundry to replace the present foundry facility will be held ate 11:00 a. m., Thursday, August 25. ::In attendance for the occasion be Mr. Harry E. Figgie, Jr., Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of "Automatic" Sprinkler Corporation of Amer- ica, of which Powhatan became a Division in late 196,5, and "Aut- omatic's" era!re Board of Direct. ors: Mr Dale S. Coenen, Vice President of Laird & Company, New York City; Mr. E. Mandell de Windt, Group Vice President, Eaton, Yale & Towne, Inc., Clev- eland; Mr. Jack O. Doerge, Pres- !dent, Saunders, Stiver & Co,, Cleveland; Mr James J. Gilligan, Vice President, Finance. "Auto- maic" Sprinkler Corporation of America; Mr. John J. Power, Jr., President, "Automatic" Sprinkler Prentiss, superinten- ~ .-- ~ p HaT-hers FeT v Nat- [amnu t i lAng r0r Corporation of America; Mr. tIans m, Park has ndicat- DONALD L MYERS The American Little League dmmondk n tructed early th,s Spring U rmh Rmderknecht, Chairman ""' ". "" " Ra ' b nd new A nf riqano Flag . " , - . rles To , "g e n o Vete aim e g Wa 5 o h les Town Post . r . . . A n uncemen was made this " Corp., New York C ty; Mr. Harper il~gly popular with tou the positron of Station .A.geat for ! I week bv W W (Bill) Whi~ttin~- officers secured the flag and Sunday, July 24, they presented it to Siblev .1,. ~,huo ~:.~,. ~.~ Delet ni n n pZes, nldi e: --m ton, of "Ran son," p'resi(lent of thee the Little League officials. The above picture shows the presentation missioner- City"of' toc':hester,Ne'w " " " a" " L_ ,I Jefferson County Democratic of the flag Shown in the picture are: (left to right)--W illard Beahm York; and Mr George R tier le For " g aca3e y?tWo r| | Association that plans have been vice-president of the League, accepting the flag from Reid Geron: zog, Retired Char!man, "Union -r ...... ; ...... . , ..... L| tl completed for the big Democratic imo, Commander of the VFW Post Shown In background (left to Commerce Bank, Cleveland Dmtltl School V ea eVajki l &%::sm2nt e :h e @ -- P mniCtoibe h:ldrat t eYnar dane right) are--Adrian S. Cain. Otis LeRroy Ware, Glenvllle Albright/MA1 expeded to be present are ,tma$ ol s home study extension course Krasnodar, Russia I , .... ' Y, and Paul Corso, members of the VFW Firing Squad [. r. awrence artcer, ommiss- lowing sChedule will be and was attending the resident August 6, 966 { ugu ,.,. Photo by'Jim Tabb |, nea o La r, tate of west Vir- as CRv - , ...... ,Aa ! g ; w's Aty S, we at the right Denny be&col in K,2ms _ , ssouri, Si i .)t ,,.z,m r n.Advoc te i . &2,l Ves trlng the openm@ of the when selecte,~l ,r tl~ p ~o~t, [~~,~ ~? ~ [~. . 0 [ m hm- m~n~*~i~,~ : .hool term: .... t : t Ir . elec oa m , ,-... work in building (child- iat,i *- l tlere Is my first report from{ [. | .. lab as au meat canamateI, {_ { " i+. .... - - r t have been invited to attend amd . u, wm cost ~t~ report). ~ beh4nd the well knovm Ir(m Cur-{ ] 1, t $1,500 000 0o Contract _ ,,,.__ _ ,,_._,_, l+o,. ,, i..^, .. +...,.,. ...... { {John Oft. Secretary of the Assocm {C ha T0wn Jr. Hi# {Luncheon At Vdla { .. s bee, Uhy AUGUST 30 - All !.|I|7~ K | RIrnliB ! ~, -- ,~. .... ~ ~,,-~, ......., n . --'. ........ u , -- ,awarued t,~ Cll~,,-- ~.~,u.,.. , y,,iv, o ,i~M,t..,-w., i i i --'-- { a i mat v u enamr { ........ i 3 ht H0on { few years ago, according to fellow . t on, repots ..... A tmderwa Systems Cleveland, Ohm, for the de children who enrolled .... dr ve is tpparently Y J Randol h, has stated travelers in my group who were ennings p The first da House Au . 2 , | rf r r ,,rl m,i. ,mtll m,# u,v,, vmlu m ~w$ / : ...... .. ..... Iof United Mi e Workers Union to } -: . _ ' ........... s_evenm graae anu mz omer stu- & bun, Martinsourg, W Va for ................ .... { t new ,rum Athens to ofia,{or ani ..... , .... "lLne picnic is oei, -.vv. v.-ldents not attending the Charles{ -- {the large amoun,t of'ton'or;re c'hHdren Who were not nuAdL?Cev C:fe h l hf:r n oa [Bs ?n ai ont we0 ussi:nha r a?s { dss b .othon aC n l e {Tw:n. Jur Ior High last y..ear will { _The montl Jy luncheon meeting {work necessitated by planned use ....... , r, ...... , , . . , -v , /section as evidenced by actionI ' _ .. "1 oe August 30. Students Will meet of me memoership of the Jeff- of very heavy mael inery; and to w mgn ,.,w.:L ,,, Citizen s Fire Company, ae / there I visited my first c >llective / ........................... I ecutive ommmee. [ in the audRorium at 8"45 for class { erson County Chamber of Corn /j Edwa,-A u ...... ,vertue last June Will en- 2 " Zl~. tWO O~t~IIUl~II ~,UUllt~" I[IUUSt- . . , . " . "I " "'~'~',.~ .... e~ .... , =t.~..,~v~*, ,,i. Wu ......... "^- '-ooes staged the week of August . 2, | farm find it was more modern { ries the hast two months { The only admlsmon reqmred ! assignments. The book store will { merce will be held Tuesday, Aug- ]Va., for the electrical installation te 7 l{owmgV ay' t i' d ren on the lot in back of .the .!mazes I than i expected.. I, also | Thomas Dunn of Gaithersbur , I wi.ll be a membership card in the { be open from 1 o'clock until 4 | us! 23, at noon at the Village | When completed the new Pow" be aecom-anied'b a "ar Town Junior High Scnoot xs "1 loeat points ot interest in otm. |Md assistant 'e-ional director|asseiatln which costs $1. The{o clock and from 7 o clock until [House in Shenandoah Junetmn, |h tan foundry w, ll be one of the . " will be av " , e p ig " g de is August 3 . Stu- ' " y " nd oper "dly expanding firm to more than IESDAY AUGUST 31 llin for ers of Arnemca, satd Wednesday , -- today the tickets are se .it g. 1 {pune. we stopped at Buehare ,/that era'-' ...... a Di" {ground*. {dents will meet in the andi.toriun {by Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Ebersole, {triple its present foundry pro. ,uteri will report. (this $1 per book and may ae o.otmneo{Rumar ia on the way..We weren t | The affair wall get underway{at 8:45 for class assignments. | members of the Chamber. {duct!on Although the foundry ; zirst grade children, new from any member .of. tne .nre { auowed to leave the waiting room { _~' u,2] .~,~v,~(..v_,.~.~ .,t._..~,. { ~ 5"30 with the picnic supper to { August 30 and 31 are half-day | Various reports of interest to {will be completely automated, Mr. II or from ~o,,, ~IIU I.ll~ flalitUWll A~alJt:loual-u , and those who attended company, at the fire ,ha.., . I there. _ . I C m-an., "qan+ at alltown ha I be rved at 6 p m Music for { sessions (8 45 until 12 o clock) /all members be made during/Reininger stated that Powhatan s n Ea le Avenue varmus business estaolislmaenas M sta i Moscow Was for omy t v ~ v - *- ',' t ..... - -' " - .... a ............... the business ses~jon " " y a d g " I Y Y n . i,,i,~.+o.t a.. ~ .... +~,~ ,,.,+.~ u;.,, ~the affair will be provloed by I na me ~t{rst lUll nay ot senooz/ ' ot me meet-/over-all labor force is not ex- 2A~S~sEWi]~l{~_~n~o_nn in the comunity. _ ~e~Y'/amd{oduSge~[~doldwe ~0ubm~e; W~)"rl~s~"~J~io~l "'.~p~-e's;l~t" {h..em John Doyle for everyone will be September i. ling, it was stated. - ,pected to be reduced in any way. _. o.._..--- ......Ixt ,o, ro oo,eove I 1 . ,,. o,. ..... A2 I'E qD CHUKCI'I Imarble onel h i " empluy?esll ,,, m nl,il i:hM lums [fllalln l,,m"- " W~ll begin and stained glass in "In e D me:Nareo. ITrooper Ward [',,,,,,.,,,,. 1",, cal vie t to stand out kle of plan plant Friday, August 12, un- V __At_.BI kele ,0 Acnve vary wtm Local n. Wnll rn hunt {the K.emlin RedSq.are. I, lderthe"pe islonoftheNat'lDa, a y l I El-..-- I-- gtllllrll IIil, l Ilt ;lll, llliS; ialso, we, Lenin's Tom lional L bor R lat ons Board Oh-l_ ; e, IPalie II.d, aelmuml'irI lVi, I I" llrl Ill i.ii Iir i.i {there and saw Joseph Stalin sl Serving the balloting for the un-lI m l{ I~IU%MIIIII~III [ll~IIY lqkIli III VlllrI II I ---- { almost unmarked Moscow I ion officials was Ted Viands I IUI III I ......... I ..... I , ~"* . .' . " ~ tsnavles Town ~tate Trooper T: I II I llll iIq r lu iverstty was pretty impressiveI Thzs is the fourth time employ-I ------ {H Ward wh.. " ......... e I II---& l-- II--.J..--_L ..... _. . . , .. susmmeu a Iractur W3;O IV Ilqliiiiln I UUI Iq, I y land has 40,000 studeats, leesof the Dlxie-Narco Companyl The Tri.State Hereford Fleldlvertebra in his back awristfrac. Ill iIHrllnKlillrp _ ... I I left Mond y evening for Pyat-l have been asked to decide wheth- I Day spo.sorea oy me virgmia, q /=='vv== "'" IwIImlIIIIIVMIMBI ~ .- AJJ-.I T- Iigorsk down in the aaucuses mou i er they want to be represented by { West VirginlaandMarya Her'Ii965 when struck b,, car while{ .... ntain region between the Caspian a urlion The first two efforts eford issooltic~ns, held S~urday, ~ " IU liIllIIdllI Will NWITdlII I { I ......... I he was Investigating a highway ! (BY DON RENTCH) . enter Its prize.winning new white esthy, Aug. 3, the De-IKearns assumed "duties here {pot toes and all kinds of ft u [, I I)unn said that machinery will l speakers wet Herman Purdy of} .......... rg'g . -{ ..mberlaU ..... I The Independent Company will oved from thei hrst and Mrs Eds l on b eRon from men mr me OaCK m ury urmg ,-,, vumn ainu represented in the parade L r " I July fifth I also here are usually at least l soon be set in motion for collect. I Penn. State. Bo F I ....... "- - { teer Fdremen s Associa*" - .. ...... ; in the County Build I August first I a dozen toast to friendshin be- I ire bar adnin for a contract for I Brookview l arms trod Ed BrownI m.e r.ecupefa:tl.Ve p?r{oa ne .ant] .... ...... 2 : wttat at teas! one crUCK and the h Geor e street into " Of West " " These ex- hiS wne ~ctl~n .travelleCi via plane ...... v.y.~uay tnof~zzrg UI1L, H ~ax-' following five official dele tes: __.. gJ_ _ , . { Mrs. Hurst, a graduate .. -- { tween RusSian and the United I the,oyees with. ,the company: t from. Blakeley Farm.., .... { to Amberg, Germany, for an ex-] urday mg, ht the fiesta spirit will Lewis Albin Lock,, wv.,m,,~ol~ otme oasemen}lvirginia Urdversity on may States a non