The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on November 10, 1965 · Page 2
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- THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, MD. WetlntKitY, Nov»mb«r 10, mi Pennsylvania Mottly sunny tnd cool today. Highest mid 301 to mid 40s. In- crciiins cloudin«tt and not at cold tonight. Mostly cloudy and milder Thursday. News Of The Tri-State Area Pennsylvania Maryland West Virginia West Virginia Considerable cloudlrwii and cool today high*st in tht 40s. Conslderabl* cloudiness » n i som«wh*t warmtr Thursday. Scranton Makes Weather Bill Law HARRISBURG, A P ) - Gov. Scranton signed into law Tuesday a bill prohibiting rainmaking or olhcr weather tampering in counties where Ihe county commissioners would consider such activity detcrimental. The act is e f f e c t i v e immediately. Violation of the law is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $1,000 and-or imprisonment not more than one year. The bill prohibits certain weather modification activities whenever the county commissioners shall adopt a resolution stating that such action is detrimental to the welfare of the county. This bill was one of several on the controversial matter introduced in the state legislature this session. Provisions of the measure prohibit use of airplanes or ground based generators. The act bans such a c t i v i t y as rainmaking, cloud-seeding anil hail chasing in those counties where the commissioners would object. Local Views Joe Ausherman, chairman of the Franklin County Com- missioners told the Morning Herald that no decision on the cloud · seeding bill would be made until a thorough study by the board is made. A Fulton County commissioner, Ned R. Knepp*r said he would vote for the weather modification ban. However/ Knepper said, he doesn't think Fulton County is financially able to enforce the law. Shepherdstonians Told Insurance Rates Unjust By W A Y N E G A R N E R Herald Correspondent SHKPHERDSTOWN, W. Va. --"The town is being unjustly rated for fire insurance." Clarence Wright, mayor, made this statement to council here Tuesday evening after a conversation between C, S. Mussel and H a r l a n Justice of the stale fire insurance d e p a r t m e n t was related to him. W r i g h t said Justice was looli- inc into the matter concerned with a 20 per cent fire insur- ane increase on dwellings and a $50 deductible clause on these policies. Justice was asked by council of Area Service News to got additional information from the West Virginia R a t i n g Bureau, which Is asking this increase for the insurance companies. The insurance companies reported t h a t they are losing a ratio of 70 per cent on this class ' fires. Second Phase In Brunswick Water Project Is Planned By ADRIAN SIMPSON Herald Staff Writer BRUNSWICK -- The second phase of a S400.000 water project here will get u n d e r w a y with- advertised for a bonding Company. Also to be let for bids in the near future will be contracts for general construction and sup- in a couple of months, the Morn-,plies. ins Herald learned Tuesday! The new source of water will n i g h t . The second phase includes a the he the Potomac River near the B. and 0. Railroad yard off Potomac Street. At this location will be the now source of water for town, and a water tower. Closely connected with the fii'tralton" plant second phase is the installation! of a filtration plant. The purpose of the additionalllVew Quartet's water source and retention of ill is to serve the growing popu-1 H A R P E R S F E R R Y , W. Va. lation. It is expected that at the Town council office here will move into new quarterr an December meeting of the BrunsJapartment on the second wick town council bids will beiof the municipal building. A new 250,000 gallon reserve water tower will be constructed at the present 3.5 million gallon reservior. This water will only be used in an emergency. The reservior now receives its water from mountain springs. The firsl phase of the walcr project, costing 533,000 is completed. This was (he installation of a larger water main on Second Ave. to serve the north eastern section of town. A p u m p i n g station was also installed in this phase. The p u m p i n g station and l a r g - er mains were needed lo increase the water pressure. The airman reported from Cannon AFB^N.M., to serve on temporary rotational duly wilh Ihe Pacific Air Forces which provides offensive-defensive airpower in Southeast Asia. He is a 13G2 graduate of Grecncastlc A n t r i m H i g h School, Ji» Germany G R E E N T R I A N G L E -- The Viet Cong are gelling lo know Ihe green triangle m a r k on f i g h t e r - b o m b e r s flown by n GrecncasUc. Pa. man's outfit. A i r m a n Fir.st Class Harold E. Yeagcr, son of Mrs. Ada B. Ycager of R.R. J. Greencastle, belongs lo the 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron at Tan Sou N h u t Airfield. Viel- X a m . His u n i t , nicknamed the Fighling Crusaders, displays its green trial, sle emblem on the tails of F-100 Super Sabres in the skies above the Mekong River Delta and jungles in South Viet-Nam. WAYNESBORO, Pa. - W i 1- liam 11. Snyrier, 33, son of Mrs Margret M. Snydcr, 226 W. Second St., Waynesboro, Pa., has been promoted lo sergeant firs class in Germany, where he i i s serving with the llth Trans [portation Company. Sergeant Snyder, an aircraf m a i n t e n a n c e supervisor in (he j c o m p a n y , entered the A r m y in 1950 and arrived overseas in April 19G3. He attended Waynesboro High School. His wife, Doris, is with ,him in Germany. LAST D E E D -- C h a m b c r s b u r g , Pa., Mayor John McDowell Sharpe Jr.. I c f l . looks on as N a t h a n Krefctz, New York Cily developer receives the deed for the remaining land in the Water St. Redevelopment Project from A. G. Crunkellon, authority president. Robert Peiffcr, executive director of the a u t h o r i t y , is at right. --Photo by A d r i a n Simpson Franklin Redevelopment Authority Completes Final Project Contract CLOUD S E E D I N G P R O H I B I T I O N B I L L SIGNED--Pennsylvania State Rep. William 0. Shuman (D-Franklin) posed with House Bill 1724 in the State House of Representatives at Harrisburg after it was signed into law by Governor Scranton. The new law gives county commissioners power to prohibit cloud seeding activity to produce rain if they think it is In the best interest of the general public. Shuman was prime sponsor of the bill. (AP Wirepholo) F R E D E R I C K -- Dr. Forbes [. Burgess, county health officer, says a proposal by county p l a n n i n g ami zoning com- York City South Gate M a l l , Inc., of New stores are expected to include ifternoon York City, N.Y. p l a n s a tcn-ia dress shop, shoe store, bank. rrni!£? nl ic slorc s h o p p i n g center with park-|S a - s . olin f service station and an " r ° JCCt ' S ing facilities for 1,000 cars. °"' c(; b " lld ' n g- CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- X a t h a n K r e f e t * . \o« With the t r a n s f e r of the deed developer, on Tucsrl; to the r e m a i n i n g land in Ihe and a p p r o v a l of ;i Water St. redevelopment area to loan, the two y e a r closed . The t r a c t of l a n d will become 1 Estimated cost of the center the site of the fir.st inlown shop- i ?2 5 millirm. pins center he-re. . To d a t e , Acme Grocery Store, The Housing and Home Fi- J. C. Penny Co. and People's Agency al Ihiladelphia' D r u f , K(orC] h a v c agrced ,,, lo . r 'l cate in Ihc center. The remaining unannounced GETS T R A I N I N G -- Airman Stewart E. Dickson II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart E. Dickson of 289 N. Carlisle St., Grecncastle, Pa., h a s b e e n selected for training at Keesler AFB, Miss., as an Air Force communications - electronics specialist. The airman, who attended Grcencastle - Antrim H i g h School, recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Jury Will Deliberate Death Case CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -A Franklin County jury will deliberate .this morning in the case of Gary Anderson, of Lincoln Way West here. Anderson was charged by stale police wilh involuntary manslaughter as a result of a fatal traffic accident July 10. Evidence was presented by the commonwealth and defense Tuesday afternoon. State police said Anderson was the operator of a truck which struck a horse - drawn buggy killing Mrs. O r p h a Wenger, 78, of Saint Thomas, a passenger in the buggy. Judge R. Paul CampbeEF, of Bellefonte, Centre County Is Frederick Health Officer SaysChangeMakes No Sense zoning body as a central clear-ty engineer, says the c o u n t y ins house for all information a n d procedures concerning b u i l d i n g permits. missioners to eliminate health d e p a r t m e n t approval of zoning planners arc often questioned Under the present system the about scwat;e and road problems they cannol give answers certificates "does not m a k e sense." The proposal will be prcsent-![or. ed to county commissioners at| The plan would result in di- public hearing Nov. 17. | rccl c n n |act between the appli Sections of the county zoninqjcants and the agencies involved, law which require that health!.!. Alfred C u t s a i l , /oning a d m i n - ·oads d e p a r t m e n t won't be af 'ectcd by the change becaust other clauses in the zoning lau require road deparlmenl ap proval of all roads and drive ways before construction be gins. Mfircos Alivad In ami roads deparlmenl officials approve all zoning cerlificatcs would be deleted. The idea behind Ihe changes istralor, said. Constructions, should be speed, ed up considerably by this dl rect contact, Cutsail .said. is lo eliminale Ihe planning and Southey T. N o t t i n g h a m , coun- MANILA ( A P I -- Y o u t h f u l wrr hero Ferdinand Marcos shower surprising strength in bnlh citic lengthened a still precarious election lead over Philippir." President Diosdado Macapaga!. LET'S TALK TURKEY Thursday, Nov. 11 Thru Wednesday, Nov. 24 FREE TURKEY WITH A SPEED QUEEN Washer or Dryer Fire Causes Extensive nance pnvc approval at Tuesday noon to the Franklin C o u n t y T^V ] redevelopment Authority to bor-1 _ -Damage row MCO ' OO °- ' O This money, lo be borrowed from the Pitlsbureh National C H A M B E R S B U R G , Pa--Fire ! B a nk, Pittsburgh, Pa., will be of unknown origin completely use( j to ref , av a n oU1 notc al gutted one bedroom and eaten| t n e Continental Illinois Trust sivrly d a m a g e d another b e d - ' C o m p a n y of Chicago, ID. room a t the home of George, ,,,, / , , , Houser of 29-31 Redwood St. / h fc(lt T. al S°«rnmenl , , , .,, . fc(lt T. al S°«rnmenl vv ,|| rc reimburse the local aulhonly in 1 Discovered in mid aflernw J nj sixn . mo . nths , tr '., c ''. vcr , thDp 1 « a n - j Tuesdav, the fire a p p a r e n t l y ! . . P'«*hi»;en N a t i o n a l Bank was s t a r t e d ' in the bedroom in lhe| h = . low hld( ' er of t h r c c f l r m s center of the ten room d w e l l i n g . By the l i m e firemen a r r i v e d smoke and f l a m e s were pouring out of the west side of t h e house. Firemen quickly brought the blaze under control, but heavy smoke and water d a m a g e resulted. Four fire companies responded. New Officers HANSON, W. Va. - Officers will ho elected at the monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Republican Club Thursday evening at 8 when the group gathers ID the Funkhouser Building. , , for l n e lr ' Bn ' THE MORNING HERALD {ElTablllfifcd 1G73) Pobllir.ed every ddv e/ceot S-jnday al ?5-3l Summit Avenue, Hagenfown. Errtered In Ihe Poll Offka at Haaer*- ·-··n «1 Second Clan Mailer. 'Zip Coo* 717*01 Telephone 733-S13] Svndayi, Hclldny* and after 10:30 p.m 733-5131 - Ne*ir»m Subicriprlon Ratel In Atfvanca By carrier, JO cenfi per w t e k By Kll, If.a.. OH,, D.C., Va., N. J., N. 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