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[ sury of the Hospital ~kuxiliary. [ Mr. Harry Harrier, Hospital Ad- ] Ure |t$2nna |,}m~n |e ard Tool & Die Inc Alliance, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE t This figure i~dicates that gifts] ministrator. I I'll}. JhOallat~; IhHlailgil a} Ohio, and Alliance Industries Div- THb RSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 B---7 ~]. 'of money donated to the mem-I The local auxiliary received 'a ~ ~ . ision of Armour & Co Alliance Be~ ~1 ~Sl ~ ~ t~* orial fund in memory of deceased gold certificate of Reeogni~on as New |lU[~anf~ [Nlm HNr Ohio. Ir aj .j .urc.asmy loved ones have averaged over an honor auxiliary for 1968. -- "Mr. Perri's past experience Shepherdstown, W. Va Miss Bow{ the individual who does you P ~ $100. per month during the first Mr. ttarner told of a play tha~ t | - ," ~- ~ ~ d s . ti d to ki d- ' Cuugl0 c 'iU|' It0S its] Hut In the past, many pieces off, Communications which stressed particular value to us,'stated Mr. The Mak; It Yourself Withlway' ~,** g, i year since re-organization.]had been given entitled Hospital AI ~,n~ries ]0wn ~l[qn and demonstrated competence in man is the daughter of Mr and la kin nes" is enti e a n our specialized industry will be of ]:!~n(~e[~[ge,~d" Bowman of West lness from you, some ,day some !equipment have been purchased :,the need for cooperation between Mrs. Jeanne L. Lutman assure- McWatters. "IIe is another strong The.~nembership of the Fri~~ life-saving piece of equip- through the thoughtfulness of iauxi~iary and hospital personnel: ed her duties as guidance counse- addition to the new management Wool Competition is open to all ti n~a~ .rn~ o~.n,~ o~ the~Charles Town General Hos merit for the hospita] nursery an many people in donating to this Mrs. Charlotte Kerns, Director lor at Charles Town High School team of Powhatan. girls 14 through 21 years of age. INE, PDJ /rll~ DrlIN[|::, ~1, the recently ve-orgamzed i]ntensive care Isolette Incubator. fund. Mrs. J. D. Yowell, South[of Volunteer Services, Winchester this past week. She has been ~gs~pital Auxiliary, celebrated it'siThe incubator was purchase at Mildred St Charles Town, is cur Memorial Hospital, was guest teaching English at Harpers Fer- ~ ~ ~"-~'~'--~---'~ rent treasurer. [speaker for the general meeting, ry High School for the past sev- Miss B0wm~n Ente~ ~,~ mmiversary by agreeing to a cost of $1,300 the money com-i During a general membership Mrs. Kerns ~told of the following eral years. As guidance counselor 1 MmLW~ ~ t~se an imp rtant and nec'lingfr mtheMem rialFundTrea meeting f theauxiliary n Tues services n w being given t pat" she will w rk f ur days a week W,1 ~ n ~| ! i ~1 day Octob-r 22, a Fall project Iients of Winchester Hospital. Vis at Charles Town High and one Senior Di~ido~ Of was pla~ed A buffet supper iting of selected patients by refer day a week at Harpers Ferry will be giv~ for the public at ral of Medical Staff; Candy Stripe Iiigh. 00 ~which time a variety of home- program; Library Service; Chapel Mrs. Lutman, her husband Cha vomffe. .on /Services by local MinisteN~l rles, and a sun Keith live at 403 made foods w~ll be for sale. D~be . to be set later I Associatmn; Aauh ward Helpers oenerson Avenue, unarms Town. Miss Linda ----- Mrs O1Lie "Tolbert re-ortedIA~ssistance to paid Receptionist Mr. Lutman isa teacher-coach at Bowman has enter mtbe"stay.fresb'bagt +ho, .~o h ho~ t,~ ~'.~.o. I Service; entertainment and feed Frederick High School, Frederick ed the Senior division of The .J "Y Y~:" .~ - Md. boY Oreg~:atz:nd ~2dmia~V~dua~ } ~gop;'nm:rsteh PeeamforSep~nent~na I`'~ St.,as, Pennsylvania, is Makepetition.A studentIt Yourselfshe atWlllshepherdWithcompeteWoolcollege,in comthe READY . u IX COHCRNE HENS i'ems in "She sewi om She I ~ I hometown for Mrs Lutman. District Competition on Novem-i:: F 0 R Y 0 U R ,t . ng ro . Shepherd College is "her almaSchool for the Blind, Romney, stated that durmg a 9-month per- n I Ide in e " e Seas0 a as imater; and she is presently work ber 30, 1968 at The West Virginia m a:k nly~.t~re~ .~m~ S~eelaU[ e~[ ling toward a master's degree in West Virginia. Her entry will be I'! wur ~ers ?*u uuL ~eep ~ ~r ap-I~mm~ 1"~ ~ ~,~,~ l education at Shippensburg S~a~e a green coat. i~ polnlJnen~s. VUlIII /V li~;VII~I~U . College, Shippensburg Pennsyl- X Metal Doors. Metal Frames And !. zrs. o. b. t a.oom was.emctea,Ivania. Iter areas of study in her- - ~~ !.~--~ . ~~ ~ ~ ~ . .--- }o serve as .premaen~ z or me fiom AI nepnero t,011ege [undergraduate work were English it u Re-Enforcing Steel Products For Concrete as Vice-President, Mrs. J.D. . I -Although Mrs. i utman 4s quite [ CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR 9 ~owezz, Treasurer; ann ~rs. n.u. Seasonal ideas in dining will!busy with her home and her ~ VISIT OUR PLANT AT RANSON, W. VA- Hunter, Secretary. be presented tonight (Thursday) car~er, she finds time to read Reports from delegates to the in a "trick or treat dining de-and collect antiques. Convention of Women s Auxiliary light" program for an adult edu-i Charles Town High considers T H 0 R N L U M B E R C 0 M P A N Y to the West Va. Hospital AssoCiat cation class to be staued bx the Mrs. Lutman something of a "life ~: ~. Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 .- Charles Town ion, held at the Greenbrler Oct. Sheoherd Colleue Home Ecomo-~ saver" because for two years the 21-22 were given by M~r,s. O. S. mics Department The course will school, with an enrollment of 800 ] Martinsburg Pkmt - 267-8955 Bloom, Mrs. J. D Yowell, and ~e -re-e d :n"he Home Eco students, has had no guidance q ?--- " -- nom~cs~ B~di~-t from 7 untii counselor. The vacancy was crea- ~'-:-:~:-:*~.:.~.~:-X-~ "~ ~' "" ~-e ted by the resignation of William . . . . . . . D:au p. m. course Wlll D ~ ] A ~ ~ ~' ~ ~ free to any and all who desire to dorsal m ~m~z. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION FOR attend " "-- -- OF WEST VIRGINIA ^ Nicholas E. Perri CHARLESTON L U N K Learn ,to get along with people; F om vitamins to famous-name cosmetics your pharn acy features a complete line of health and beauty aids ready to perk you up, pretty you up. At Your Service, Always DIAL CHARLES TOWN 725-2621 ,COL. AVV.) you'll have to associate with .them Is Hew Controller tm~il you die. At Powhatan Brass Nicholas E. Perri is the new Controller of Powha'tan Brass & Iron Works, it was announced this week by R. W. McW~t~ers, President of this Ranson Division of "Automatic" Sprinkler Corp- oration of America. Mr. Perri, a native of Donora, Pennsylvania, assumed his new duties September 9, 1968. He is trial Corporation, Wooster, Ohio, as Corporate Staff Manager and Budget Controls; Manager of Cost Con'trols of The American Vitri- field Co Cleveland, Ohio; and similar assignments with Stand- tion.alvalue a graduate of Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio, from which he :iandquahtyina mstall modern wrong,received his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and Business Admin- istration. His previous experience Bring your home up-to-date electrically by installing includes assignments with Akron ",modern wiring, which can carry the full power load for Brass Division of Premier Indus- Console ~ your appliances in complete, safety. For All Commercial And Home Wiring Native West Virginian WVU Graduate--Lawyer Outstanding Citizen Legislator--Teacher A Worker for You i CHUCK HADEN Paid For ~y The Cgndidate ee And Tell Your Needs To 'Ed' MAGAHA -- At The Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the llth day of September, 1968. CASE NO. 6665 THE CITY OF CHARLES TOWN, a municipal corporation. Application for authority to construct a new sewerage system; approval of increased rates and charges and amended rules and regulations for furnishing sewerage service at Charles Town and vicinity, Jefferson County; and approval of a contract with the Town of Ransom Jefferson County. WHEREAS, on the 14th day of June, 1968, the City of Charles Town, a municipal corporation, filed an applicatl~ duly verified, for (1) authority to construct a new sewera~iel system in Charles Town, Jefferson County; (2) approval o1[ contract with the Town of Ranson, Jefferson County, for treat.~ ment of sewage; and (3) approval of the following increased rates and charges and amended rules and regulations: APPLICABILITY Applicable in entire territory served. AVAILABILITY Available for general domestic, commercial and indust- rial service. RATE METER RATE (Based on volume of water used) First 10,000 gallons used per month $0.84 per 1,000 gallons Next 30,000 gallons used per month .70 per 1,000 gallons Next 30,000 gallons used per mont-n .56 per 1,000 gallons Next 30,000 gallons used per month .42 per 1,000 gallons Next 100,000 gallons used per month .28 per 1,000 gallons All over 200,000 gallons used per month .26 per 1,000 gallons The DALEN Z4513~V Superb Danish Modern styled compact console in genuine oil finished Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids with Scandia styled base. VHF and UHF Illuminated Dials. full Zenith quality just HANDCRAFTED for unrivaled dependabitity ZENITH SUPER 50 HANDCRAFTED COLOR "IV CHASSIS Handwired with no printed circuits and no producfiol~ shortcuts for unrivaled dependability. ADVANCED COLOR DEMODULATOR CIR~UITRY Extracts color from the Incoming stsnai with peak precision tor unsurpassed, true-to-life color hues. SUNSHINE COLOR TV PICTURE TUBE for greater picture brightness with redder recl~ brighter greens and more brilliant blues, NEW ZENITH 2-YF.AR COLOR PICTURE TUBE WARRANTY Zenith Radio Corporation warrants the color picture tube in the Zenith Color "IV receive~ shown here to be free from defects in material arising from normal usage for two years from date of Original consumer purchase. Warranty covers repair of color picture tube, or replacement with rebuilt color picture tube, through any authorized Zenith dealer anywhere owner may live or move; trans- Portation, hbor and service charges are the ob|igation of the owner. Zenith replacement tube is also warranted for the full unexpired term of the original two-year warranty. @ 116 E. WASHINGTON STREET TOWN, W. VA. -- PHONE 725-2915 -- A LARGE SELECTION OF -- Westinshouse Ranges, Washers, Refrigerators Radios, Bhck & White & Color TV Electrical AppEances North George Street--- Charles Town, W. Vs. Commencing-at I0:00 A. M. Discontinuing my residence in Charles Town, I will offer for sale on Saturday, November 2, at 301 East Washington Street in Charles Town, the following described personal property: Five chests of drawers; 2 mahogany pineapple four poster twin beds; 1 walnut low poster double bed; 2 sets of bunk beds; 1 cedar blanket chest; I tiered corner what-not table; 2 library tables; 1 drop leaf table; 1 Queen Anne table; several other tahles; Danish modern contemporary dining room set: 4 side chatrs, 2 arm chairs, tabl and sideboard; 2 sewing machines; gold leaf mirrors and others; book eases; books; rugs; lamps; pictures; assorted china, crystal, silver and linens; refrigerators; 2 stoves; washer; dryer; upright freezer; record player and records; 2 television sets; window fan; lawn furni- ture; garden tools; cooking utensils and other articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE -- CASII JAMES GWATKIN Auctioneer - PAUL E. MILLER, JR. Clerk - R. E. MORELAND At the same time and place the undersigned attorney in fact for William Lasbley will offer for sale for cash to the highest bidder the real estate known as the late Mary S. Gwatktn residence property consisting of a large lot fronting 93.5 feet on the south side of East Washington Street and improved by a large brick dwelling house thereon, and being the property conveyed to William A. Lashley by Edfia B. Marshall by deed dated May 18. 1964, recorded in Deed Book 267 at page 200. Possession not later than November 1968. This property is adaptable t~ both residential and rental use and has recently been converted for two family occupancy permitting the owner to reside in a portion thereof and the giving of a lease for the remainder, or permitting the owner to lease both units to tenants. The real estate will be offered for sale promptly at 11:30 M. Settlement to be made within two weeks of day of sale. FOr further information contact the undersigned at HENRY W. MORROW Attorney in Fact for William Lashley OCT. 24.2T- 7 t You're the BOSS when you use OIL HEAT because your local dealer competes for your business he has no monopoly. That's why you can demand and get service when you need it. What's more, your local OIL HEAT dealer cares he's not a salaried employee who makes a certain amount of calls and then quits for the day. When you need service, sometime or other, every home does no matter which fuel is used, it's reassur- ing to know you can talk to and depend on a man who knows your name. Phone the OIL HEAT dealer of your choice to- day. He'H give you aH the facts about all the home heating fuels in Jefferson - Berkeley - Mor- gan County. PERSONAL SERVICE that cares is one of the many reasons Eastern Panhandle Oil Heat Assoc- lateen stays on MODERN OIL HEAT by more than 2 to I according to the htest U. S. Govern- ment Census I NO MONOPOLY OF SERVICE OR PRODUCT Newbraugh E.o Berkeley Springs, W. Va. Southern States Co,op Martinsburg, W. Va. R. M. Roach & Sons Martinsburg, W. Va. Burkhart Oil Co. Martinsburg, W. Va. Shenandoah Oil Co. Martinsburg, W. Va. Hutshr Oil Co. Martinsburg, W. Va. Consumers Fuel Co. Martinsburg, W. Va. J. Emery gable Charles Town, W. Va. Community Oil Co. Smith's Oil Co. : Charles Town, W. Va. Ranson, W. Va. , EASTERN PANHANDLE OIL HEAT ASSOCIATION.:': Oct. 24-31- ' MINIMUM CHARGES No bill will be rendered for less than the following amounts, according to the size of meter installed, to-wlt: 5/~ inch meter inch x aA inch meter inch meter 1 inch meter 1- inch meter 1-~ inch meter 2 inch meter 3 inch meter 4 inch meter 6 inch meter DELAYED PAYMENT PENALTY . 2.10 per month $ 2.10 per month 3.00 per month 5.40 per month 8.40 per month 12.10 per month 21.50 per month 48.40 per month 86.00 per month 193.00 per month The above schedule is net. On all accounts not paid in full within ten (10) days of date of bill, five per cent (5~) will be added to the net amount shown. BILLING Bills shall be rendered monthly. MULTIPLE OCCUPANCY In apartment buildings, shopping centers or other multiple oreupaney buildings, each unit shall be required to pay not less than the minimum monthly charge provided ~bove. UNMETERED USERS In locations where the customer has no water meter, charges for sewer service shall be commensurate with the charges that would be made to a metered customer in substantially the same circumstances, but not less than the minimum charge provided above, IT IS ORDERED that these matters be set for hearing to be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol In the City of Charleston, on the 21st day of November, 1968, at 10 a. m EST, at which time and place the applicant shall appear and prosecute said application, and anyone inte|x~sted may appear and make such objection thereto as may be deemed proper. Leave is hereby granted to anyone Interested to file objection to said application with the Commission at anytime on or before the 21st day of November, 1968. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant, the City of Charles Town, give notice of the flLtng of said application and of the time and place of hearing thereon, by posting a copy of this order in a conspicuous place where bills for sewerage service are paid, for a period of at least fifteen (15) days prior to the 2Ist day of November, 1968, for public inspection, and by publishing a copy of this order once a week for two (2) successive weeks, the first publication to he made at least fifteen (15) days prior to the 21st day of November, 1968, in a newspaper published and of general circulation in the County of Jefferson, making due return thereof to the Commission on or before the day of hearing. A Copy. Teste: (Jet. 24-2t- S. GROVER SMITH, JR. Sec ry I