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114 No. 48 CHARLES TOWN, (Jefferson County), WEST VIRGINIA 25414 Thursday November30, 1978 20 Pages- 2 Sections Per Copy - 15 Christmas Cheer Booth iI Begins Operations In Charle, Town Saturday n be ushered in by .' Tyme Christmas a. This event, which Saturday morning in downtown| Jefferson County, with the I 'acts approximately ns to the historic Charles Town to accept con-I Charles TownLions directing the i itarpers Ferr),~ will[ tributions for providing baskets [ project. . F'riday, 1 of food, clothing and some toys[ Following. is the schedule of A .spectacular tire tuesday[ together with the Civil Defense December to some of the less fortunate I churches and organizations that evemng destroyed a barn and aI and Dodson water tankers, r3.tinue thru Sunday families of Jefferson County. [ will be manning the booth bet- part of its contents just off theI responded. Hugh Via, chairman of the] ween Dee 2 and Dec 23' Leetown Road west of RansonI The last unit did not I leatured part of the . eave the project, for the Charles Town l Dec. 2, Lions Club (Charles The structure, described as 401 scene until shortly h~,fntp tw. ~n residentsand i Lions Club announced today[ Town); Dec. 4, Zion E iscopa by 60 feet in size housed race] elnek Wpdno~da~m~ina*--" ["i~irareh0mesencouragedand p~^cest that Booth will be operated this ] Church; Dec. 5, HalltownP horses and about '1,750 bales off" o . j ~ Christmas season from in front [ Presby. Church 10 to 3 only; Dec Y. t ~ss for the e~ent: " ha" I Aumorities sale mey would " ,~ i. ,4 ,I t,~, I Invesitga[etnecauseotmenlaze of the Dollar General store at the I 6, Assembly of God; Dec. 7, ,~ ,~,~ ~,=ov~-,~, -,~ ,:,~ which the ~a" mi-ht be i s are of natural corner of the 200 block of West / Asbury United Meth Church much of which had been storedI Y " Y, igreens, dried foliage " A new troo er has " ea 1'- Iretated to the activities of Washington Street instead of the [ Adults; Dec. 8, Presbyterian p been r =erm me uay, W~l sto " nay-- during" 3 the- " P~ American type customary locatmn farther down I Chureh (Charles Town); Dec. 9, assigned to the Eastern destroyed, amy decorations. Em- the block and on the opposite I Asbury United Meth. Church Panhandle, and more The barn wasowned by Miltonl Y" Ittypical oft placed onthe those1850,s side of the street / Jrs Dee 11, Charles Town specifically to the Jefferson Longerbeam, but was leased for[ Flames shooting higtr into the Via said a li tions for the| Baptist C'hurch; Dec 12 St County Detachment of the West use by a horse owner Therewaslsky, were'visible for many miles Cheer bask are now being/Phillips EpiscopalChurch;'De " Virginia State Police. no estimate of damage [andattractedalargenumberof ahis year will be done accepted at the Lions Center [ 13, St. James Catholic; Dec. 141 This is of more than passing The original alarm occurred[ spectators. Firemen could do Ralph Sherrard today--Thursd v Nnv and [ Kiwani Cl b ( rlw interest because Trooper Debra about 8'15 Units from both the little bi t rotect surroundm ~herd College, Mrs. onDoeemberS,;,7ar~"also'I~::/Dec. 115~ LO;al ~de]re~ T Xe;i E. Difalco (above~ is one of only Citizens and Independent Fire/areas and tPy to keep the blazeg Ill from Shepherd 12- 3 and 14 during the h of, Dec. 16, Shannondale Womens [ , 1 ' ours /,four women troopers m the[ Compames of Charles Town under control andmemberMrS. DorothYof the 10a.m. andl2noon. Mrs. Alma |club; Dec. 18, Commitee on Mountain State, having just]~ --- t---- I, Johnson will be at the Lions iAging; Dec. 19, South Jefferson recently graduated from the I L~I~4~rAFI I[']~Ulltt I~||llB[nltt~ .President's. Com- !la]i "~";; iil~e~ by~qinch~':t~r ~sVirain'a LINCOLN'S ARRIVAL A FEATURE--- The ar- Center to accept the ap-|Ruritan Club,-- Dec. 21, State Police Academy at In- li tlll[n MUllUllll[ plications. Deadline for ap-|Shenandoah Junction Puritan stitute with two others of tbe l Club ff r female gender The de rtment plications is Dec. 15 ; Dec. 22, Je e son Charge; . pa ] ~1~ ~L Jl~IA ~l "JA IJL Ilh ~ TonAl Jill ~rs Ferry-Bolivar rival of President and Mrs. Abraham Lincoln The Cheer booth is a corn-/De.c 23, Asbury United Meth. already had one women I IAlltiH M[lllliIt li /ll~lli, ll I1 Association for the (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leisch, National Park munity project under the /Church Seniors member. I ~,m~ w~r~,n =~~][ ~ First and Second Service), via train at 11: 15 a. m. will be one of the " Trooper Difaleo, who actually I ~ ~ "I [l e: us.tmheessb:: features of the Old Tyme Christmas program to hafts from Bowie, Maryland, I I[~l~l~lfllAllq~ I~lPlflLI II-ll~lll~ll iS e con~,',be staged in Harpers Ferry, this Friday through ~1 ~||~ ~a~'*~l~-IL~ became interested in law en-I,IOIV IO /l ll] l l Ulll ,ll p,aeeprivateawatu =, U O~IIUU3 lUllflll v "" ' J Act,ng upon a resoluhon m-, Fallowing an execut,ye ttt decorated 3unday. The aboveoicture shows President and |1 forcement and the West ." . ,Winning entries shall Mrs. Lincoln as th y arrived at the Christmas = . rgmm .Sta. te.vo]!ce, wnne sne I trndueed by Mayor William session, Mayor Brawley an4 the on Saturday, celebration in Harpers Ferry last year. Also ]ll[t [ll'll'l II.lllllltls u R*ltfll mmgners. - t gr inl Brawley, the Harpers Ferry council made official the hiring pouuca~ science at wneenng Town Council o 12.and t~ w !n~ shown are two members of the Honor Guard who IIVIIIUlUJ[ lt~lU I " Tuesdayevemng f W,lliam B. Gallinaro as [-~10g the,m,uunceu p.m. Historic Saturdayat-- Stone accompanied President Lincoln on the train trip. UI' at eather During Week laa~S~y~U~ne~e~a~n ~g(~iie~ [ ~i~i~ii~!~fih~o: ~!i ~ ~hy~iii~i~[~i~i~ar~t~ill f; --b tall1111 I ult l Tmn Than S~.n.g.le ear operated I Damage was $400. Noyem r,l I The action came in a chamber the Senate crime investigating |' usinesses shall I,~',--L -- [engraved plaque toi t~[[ tlemel~ I tavern, ~a~[~-]~] ,4ov ~!vmg troy, ]nursoay,] Another ear, operated b~. Dale . As a tun !mageo m em er.o,I packed with between fifty and committee in Washington, was ; emoer z~, on aeconoary 3z I C Fr time uepartment ot t'umic I sixty !~ruers Ferry residents, also sub ect to c ntrover,~ w~th Slyer Grove, m ured two t ~r ~tahhshr~.en! The Friendshi" Fire Co [ Hagerstown ~Md.)City Police near "1" "" . ame, Nettle, w va - J 9 ."Y, " a . 1 f=htailed out a cantra y, sl .)l per!orm the 4v,e[ appa ta ",any eha ging he was not next y ar firs[ v mpany a " " e'---- ,= ~ ~-==o~=u ,~=,'=vv (:luues as me male memos of ~- . ' ' I re mveshgatmg an assault en a ar~ darn,~= [ Flowing Springs Road and ran 's, ] do battle against any attempt to qualified by r~iaeney; and that ~P=~ restoences Will Ot rtarpers ~erry-t~onvar na.'l,~-, e- ' framed color issued an appeal for clothing for l vZ~y) ar~mw~iichrpea~ rv~dlr~v (ocw ~-:-:~.:,=~----:: [throughafence, eausingminor me organtza[mn. m, tact,:sneSllegtalatetown.wideeodes, be was hand-picked by Brawley of their home the children in a family of five I cu~ed Thursda m eg. y - Su~k~in.Ul~[o~U -Lut:a m.] damage, aweaoy.paruelpaten in me in-| The resolution simply calls for for the post without con- w " y ormng ~ov $ .~' ] A single car crash on U S 340 ve~,ugatton of sere.a! theftsi I implementation of basic federal sideration for other interested : f-~ Chr 't~tem~l:ff:i~de~ ~:/esh~t ::y J r~' l~i:e lab:t% tu72; I ,~=t;oua.ucu.eanu anmto an -~u~aays~urg'-'~a"~ r[an:-e~'--m-[ caused $300 damage to a car mearmless i~an -- vert'me wee'~na enjoyen ] building, housing, plumbing, fire applicants. vatrna t:d tl e f ithres t T?oW emb L" [ driven by OUie Figgins, Jr of munaane.taSkme r astern fl prevention and electrical codes Brawley said that Gallinaro t illond place wmmng mormng I of S Potomac Streets Hager ill receive a framed Doris Madison and her t st"'own [wo I Banson, who told officers the a.r,vmg from ] which would be enforced only in will now go about the task of , raph of their home children escaped from the / . " rTes em,r n,am ann ] mishap occurred when the ac- .rannano!e . to company [ conjunction with the doling out selecting a five-man police force nay ox nmnoaysourg, neaoquarters m r.AKlnS of H t I~.Christmas" burning home w~thout injury " [F'James r Waters ot rlarpers [ eelerator stuck [ ousing and Urban o provide security for the twin transporte~to Jetterson ~ ",- ~ A. = ~ I Develo ment funds towns of Ha Ferr and eeid ' " 1 v " n " . ." terry tom rtagerstown rouce ent is eneoura,ed but ost e ervmi g they nan, I . . monnay, a two car cotnsio, at p . rpers y Memorml J-losp,tal by the [the intersection of the Flowin" UO IS I The difference of opinion Bolivar ttheir home and th ose according to firemen. [~ Wf:l, atw~Kh7 D y .tn~e men t~ o ~to eo ~m into ne rest Harpers Ferry Bolivar Rescue ~ r r - r----~ " compete for the Friendship firemen are [room at th - e uad " ,[ ~rino 1. e,~ -,~,u" a =, -n ,~ ~r ,-,~" ; . .[ between the town administration In still ano.*her, action, the ~ld phone the Bank of asking particularly for clothing [ Waters e.~avern. . u . I volving cars driven bv Marvin The Up Shop, 112 West Liberty [ and some local residents arose council reco.~mended four erry, and give their for the ehildren, a boy five, a boy l firs't tried ~o~ti~keha:~a~mn~ ~.~ two-car acc ment o n I D. Staubs, West Liber[y Street, Street in Charles Town, will be |last week when Mayor Brawley names to be submitted to the location of their four a girl two and an infant ] !an to aF' 'f'"?"~ o ~, ,~=, ,~a~ V. ez~ I and Charles J Kelican, Charles open on Fridays during the [ presented an ordinance that Democratic executive com- e home girt" i toHet, Dut nemugnt oaek. At that erry mvowea ventures oriven I Town, Route" 1 caused $300 month of December in addition [ would have applied to all mittee for consideration as " " point hesaidonemanbithim on Delivo u . ]damage. Kelican was cited for to the regular Tuesday and Ipropert es m Harpers Ferry; manager of the state liquor ~te~hdeU~l:gi?aS:dVer~ s2r~ :l'~l:ns t~eehfTeantchee bI;~/ by Joyce R. Ainsworth, General ' I " " the thumb and one of the other . -,:- .~,t~ ,~, a,u Ifailuretovieldtheriohtofw~, Thursday open.ings from 10am. which would have instituted store The four are Charles [ . P . . two" started beating him on the James u lTenary, 15ox 191, t, = '" nteet ' ' Sehar edfor an,' up m the trailer parked at ] I Another two-ear mishap on to 4 p m Addmonat volu I broad entry rights for those Boyer, a member, of the ~ " /neao wlm t)rass KnUCKles Police - ~. =~ ,~,age waa ~t,ta~. " " l thro h the Theatre Guild I Route 340 near Rippon, revolving he P ug I e~oremg the cedes; and would Democratm committee; Charles II~-'"teomnlete r aetivitVnrnvram UlllOW'S, Mfllwlle. ' Nearby'IrauertrailersL Urt" werem//sam'~ Waters" was treated" for lrtenal-y was oteo oy orate I vehicles driven b,y Dean L makes this possible. As more I have provided stiff penalities for Wyndham, a member of the ~- " '- -o L" . /mjurms at the Washington Police for failure to keep to the " . . . '.~-day event watered oown to~eep mere from tC -- ri"ht --' ,t ~ t. [Coyle, Route 1, Charles Town, help develops the shop wtll be I non-eomphance. The mayor sa~d Bolivar town council; Howard Tw- h " land Chauneey G. Allen, dr open more days I at the same hme that the model Amsworth and Mrs. Janet Ity i)~eember t catching on fire. |r,Ooo~nUntLr 1~O~1~11 he%ergdenaeny s i.gnway a armor in the week North Hagerstown ']rk~ Bank Ba~ ]neck andalso the injured" ' righta was- - repor[eo' - u nflreooon~ wnen a mt aamageano run [ Searneysville,dam caused $1,250 goodThe shOPusediS andWell stockednew ~temsWith,sa~d0rdinancett wasWaSne "stringent" but Remington, Harpers Ferry ~ingers; North ~H ~ /thumb Waters was later driver stru,t, ,4-: I age and injured three "," " eessary residents, Brass Band. 6:30 le, D~d~ Dr~ha#l lrdleas~t from the hospital bamuel" G. ~'Leake, = ~ 5th Avenue,UY I ,-~'~rsons t~ tw- a,i ~,~ = donated for Houseresale toTbenefitdate thethe I ' Foitowini~ -'. the nassa=e=of ~ the. = . " ,= remonies-Guest =~ I,l~ll~ ,Ulun~'~ ' P l "" " t ~ [passenger, John Browning, Old Opera . o ]admm,stratweresolutmn, whmh rrooos .'ss : l o ace reportea mey Know the or, ,o ~ =~.~=u uu u~ a ~ sho-v has contributed ,~7,000 t oovtousiy was acee tonic to r ="" .Mrs.Ehzabeth State Police are probing the [identity of one of the assailants, =-iv = route i, uaaries rown. / P ur eway on aeconuary ttoute ~t ro oct ne~ ,-n ~.~ q / A car driven by Elizia J. toward the restoration p j [ those in attendance, there was I~LA I~l -- iting the Yule Log: nk ba from a smee 'ul theft of a green ba g ] he had attended high 2 '. ".', . lMeHahan, Route 1, Kear- The Theatre Guild will hold its l an outbreak of comments and ~)I]U~U[~I~ rma e u.gnt./p.m, pick-up truck owned by Darryl /school with the victim. Police . =nreemmor, two ot [nevsville sustained 14no annual membership meeting personal attacks onBrawle,== mem weatner-relateo, were . y " Larectoo ny 1, " " L. Buyer and parked at his [say they" are looking for another ,;. 0oa s, i. a ;,o /damage when it struek and Monday, January 22, 1979, at2 ]Councilman Walton D, (Kip) The West Virginia Public orm nager ' . -. " Bakerton home. |white male, f-feet, 170 pounds, ~'~[~'As=~'".~^",~" ~'*~.~ [killed a cow on the Shenherd- p.m. at the Old Opera House m [. Stowell and Town Attorney Keitla Service,Commission -has ~g,a!. ~mgers - The bag contained two $20 bills [with long black hair. The victim,:~.e ~. t,ut:~e,~y, cur- [stown-Kearnevsville --Road. Tommy James' .W rksh p" All.l Adkinson. Adkmson,' m' turn, received a petition from tmUl~;m mCl~eU, and several Blakeley Bank and /was also able to give police a neyswl|e, went out ot eonzro, on! : ---bet's and others interested / raemanan sustained minor in- mem I cnargea resiuent Dime Kimam, Sanitary/Associates, a Maryland Trust Company record ! Route. 5.] and^ afence |furies. in joining the Guild are welcome.] a large property owner, with rtnershi for a certificate of . re o North books. .description of the third suspect,ownen oy ruenaro ~ntutz. /" " ",ga' me conveniencepa P' and necessity to For further mformatmn call the ne twe attacks that beca by Hager~ ~pe . operate a water and sewer Old Opera Rouse at 7254420 rsonal OPEN December 2 Trim. Claymont Per- P.m. 'A Song Ken Norton & 2 p.m. Bel Air 3 p.m. Taffy ages. 4 from Grace Washington, Nativity; High by Mrs. of Stone '.Orae Address; [e6 ERRY LYNNE ELLIOff WINNER GTE'S MICKEY MOUSE TELEPHONE t dlS FUND s47,900 utility near Charles Town. 11/29/78 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A second, floor of the War Christmas Concert by the MemorialBulldingfromS:00ou Brothers of Harmony will hot mulled wine and cookies highlight the Fourth Annual for the adults, and punch and Shepherdstown Christmas Party cookies for tl3e children. There Tuesday, December 19, at the will be visits with Santa Claus for War Memorial Building (Men's the children. Club) on German Street in The party is sponsored by the Shepherdstown. lfistoric Shepherdstown Com. The Christmas Party ' is mission in cooperation with the scheduled to begin at 8:00 p.m Men's Club and the Women's and the concert will start at 8:30 Club. The Commission requests p.m. Christmas carolling will that children under sixteen he start at 7:00 p.m. and end back accompanied by adults. at the War Memorial Building at The Historic Shepherdstown Commission will also have a 8:00. Christmas ]Decoration work Sherry Lynne Elliott, ,six-year-old daughter of The Shepherdstown Christmas session on Saturday, December Mrs. Bonnie Elliott of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, is Party is open to all residents of 16, at 9:00 a.m. in the War the Shepherdstown area and Building. The tour- shown in the above picture being presented the everyone is invited to par- ning will be spent making lovely Mickey Mouse telephone for winning the ticipate in the carolling. Those decorations for the Christrqas telephone contest conducted by the local offices wishing to join the carolling party; as well as wreaths for the of the General Telephone of the Southeast recen- around town are asked to meet outside of the War Memorial tly. The phone was presented Tuesday to Sherry' at the War Memorial Building at Building and McMurren Hall. All 7:00 p.m to wear warm interested Shepherdstown by Calvin McGehee, manager of the local GTE of clothing, andto carry residents are asked to attend, fice. After winning the local contest Sherry then flashlights, and to bring clippers and gloves. became eligible to compete in GTE Division con- Christmas Party includes SUPPORT YOUR gGF test and a trip to Disneyland in Florida. refreshments served on the JEFFERSON HIGH "POP" SINGERS TO PRESENT SHOW TUESDAY NIGHT The Jefferson Pop Singers will present a show in the JHS Auditorium Dec. 5, at 8:00 p. m. The Pop Singers will perform a variety of music in- cluding an ntrepretation of the "Wiz" and a Keystone Kop review with staging and costumes. The instrumentalists and choreographer will be featured in the group's own arrangement of "MacArthurs Park." The Pop Singers currently hold the title of W. Va. State Show Choir Cham- pion. Tickets may be purchased from any Pop Singer or at the door. Adults - $2.00; students - $1.00. Pictured above are the "Tin Men" from the "Wiz." In its petition Sanitary Associates states it is a limited partnprship with princ~ipal headquarters in Baltimore and that it desires to provide water and sewer service in the Charles Town Plaza area, off Route 340. If the application is approved, Sanitary Associates will provide a water distribution system and a sewerage collection system and treatment plant. The cost is million . with $725,642 for sewer operations and $393,746 for water. The Associates propose to charge residential, commercial. and industrial customers $2.65 per 1,000 gallons for the first 30,000 gallons of water per month, or a minimum charge of $7.95 per month for a %-inch meter. Sewer rates would be $4 for the first 30,000 gallons of water used per month, or a minimum charge of $12 per month. ---- - : - =- = ---= : =- - =- L WEATHER Period Wedaesday through Saturday, Chance of Rain, breezy and cool during the first half of the period. Partly cloudy skies and seasonable tem- perattwes during the latter hall. I~tytime higher in the forties attd nighttime, lows in the mid- twenties.