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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - September 16, 1996, Cumberland, Maryland 2b monday september 16,1996 4 West Virginia Cumberland times news in Brief one transported after wreck Keyser a one person was transported to the Hospital following a two vehicle Accident sunday afternoon near Keyser. The victim was transported to Potomac Valley Hospital by Keyser Ems following the 3 50 . Accident which occurred on Green Mountain Road about one mile in from Keyser. Also responding were Volunteer firefighters from Keyser. The Accident was investigated by the Mineral county sheriffs department. No other information was available sunday night. Advocate Hopes verdict has message Lewisburg apr a $939,450 jury award to a Domestic violence victim should Send a message to others an advocate said. A victims need to know they can sue for civil damages a said Gloria Martin co chairwoman of the West Virginia coalition against Domestic violence. A Greenbrier county circuit court jury late last week awarded the Money to Kathy Feliciano of Quinwood who was shot by her then Boyfriend in March 1993. Feliciano had gone to James Mcclung a Home in Rupert to retrieve her car keys when she was shot Martin said. Mcclung fired a Shotgun loaded with Metal pellets at Feliciano As she stood in the driveway Martin said. Feliciano suffered damage to a leg and lung and was hospitalized for More than three months. Her lawsuit sought compensation for medical Bills and lost wages. Technology Center to open saturday Fairmont apr gov. Gaston Caperton and other lawmakers Are scheduled to be on hand saturday As a facility to help High tech businesses opens. Plans Call for the $12 million West Virginia High technology consortium to include a computer lab where West Virginia companies can develop and test products said rep. Alan Mollohan d-., who founded the consortium. The Center is the Anchor building for the City a technology Park which includes a Nasa data facility and the corporate Headquarters of Huntington Banks West Virginia. Skull found at construction site Parkersburg apr a human Skull was found at a Parkersburg construction site saturday but authorities had said they did not know whose it was or How Long it had been there. Parkersburg police chief Rick modes sit said he will study police files before trying to determine whose Skull it was. He said the land has been not been used for years for years and could even be an old family burial ground. A a we la be sifting not Only through dirt but reports a modes sit said. A hopefully Well find enough dental remains to give Light on the Skull will be turned Over to the state medical examiner for tests. Police Are seeking advice from archaeological experts before allowing work on the new Erickson All sports facility to continue modes sit said. Atm users face additional fee Charleston apr two of the states largest Banks have begun charging fees to people who use their automatic Teller machines but do not have accounts with them. Bank one and Huntington Banks West Virginia say the added Revenue will help expand their automatic Teller machine networks. Bank one charges non customers a fee of $1.50, while Huntington charges 50 cents. The fees took effect recently. Many Banks already charge their customers for using automatic Teller machines at other Banks. For example one Valley Bank charges customers $1 for each transaction at an automatic Teller machine operated by another Bank. Thus with the added fee customers May be assessed up to $2.50 per transaction. Theatre history kept alive Georgie Green thumb continued from Page in lets do a Quick review of september Poinsettia care. As temperatures allow keep poinsettias outside in a sunny protected spot unless there is danger of Frost or freezing. I bring my plants in at night when temperatures drop below 50 f., and then place them out again in the morning on warm Days. Water As needed allowing Only the soil surface to dry out Between waterings. Continue to feed with liquid seaweed or fish emulsion. When you choose to bring your poinsettias indoors full time place in the sunniest position in the Home. Water Only in the Charleston native teaching tourists As Ranger at Fords Jeremy to Robin Thomson news service Washington a Charleston native Jim Lance has something in common with John Wilkes Booth a he has also suffered a broken leg at Fords theatre. A National Park service Ranger and an Amateur actor Lance would Likely agree that his Tumble Down the theater stairs two years ago was far less dramatic than the 19th-Century actors leap to the stage after he shot president Abraham Lincoln on april 14,1865. Despite his injury Booth managed to escape from the theater and the City Only to be killed by Union troops 12 Days later while hiding in a tobacco barn near port Royal a. Lance wound up on his Back for seven months during which he says he read Over 80 books about Lincoln Booth Fords theatre and the civil War. As a historical interpreter Lance shares his Rich knowledge and True appreciation for those subjects with tourists and schoolchildren who visit the theater. A a historical interpreter is nothing More than someone who wanted to be a history teacher but failed a Lance told one audience recently. A but guess what i done to have to Grade papers and i done to have to be a chaperone on by teachers continued from Page in in the Community a he said. In addition to his teaching duties Burkett will coach the Middle school basketball team. He previously taught at Allegany College of Maryland and Frostburg state University. A i just want to help kids especially in the science Field and build a stronger science program that will give them the advantage Over other kids in other schools a Burkett said. He said when he accepted the position he knew the school would be a a Good place to Kelley the new Dean of students also will teach religion something he taught for 19 years while at de la Salle concorde High school near san Francisco. And hell reign Over the spartan football team another position he a accustomed to. A it was a Challenge that i Hadnot taken on before a he said of becoming tile Dean of students. Right now he a trying to understand the current system at Bishop Walsh he said. A i want to offer a visible presence and a More proactive approach to discipline in consistency in that it should be consistent and fair but firm a he said. For Mcnally its a return to school trips to Washington . I have to do what All teachers love to do i get to Lance 59, left Charleston in 1954 to join the air Force. He took pre historic studies classes at a University of Maryland overseas Campus while in France during part of his 20 years in the military. He says he became enthusiastic about teaching history after visiting stonehenge in the Early 1970s. After leaving the air Force in 1974, Lance sold insurance for four years in Charles town and took a As a janitor with the National Park service in 1979. He soon became assistant registrar for artefacts in the Park services museums division in Charles town. In 1983, the Park service made Lance a Ranger and gave him an Opportunity to Combine his love for teaching with his Talent for acting a As a costumed tour guide on a Chesapeake amp Ohio canal boat. As mules pull the boats along the can Wear 19th-Century costumes guide the boats through locks and explain the canals history. A i got that because i knew a lot of history and because id been an actor since 1961,�?� Lance explains. A working on the canal is really like doing much of his acting experience Craig Ahen Thomson news service Jim Lance Speaks to a group of tourists in Fords theatre with Lincoln a presidential Balcony behind him. Has been with an Amateur theater company in Charles town where he says hell Likely play old Joe the junk dealer in this years production of Charles Dickens a a Christmas Lance has also had limited professional experience including a Small part in a Sweet dreams a a movie about country Singer Patsy Cline in the Early 1980s. Lance left the canal boat in 1987 to run the Park services Volunteer program at various Sites in Washington including the Vietnam veterans memorial and the Lincoln memorial. He has been working at Fords theatre since july 1994. Teen strikes chord with blues Barboursville apr Bud Carroll is years away from being a customer in bars where he plays the blues on guitar. He does no to mind keeping company with adults. Bud 13, is used to not acting his age. A ifs hard finding people my age who like what i like said the Barboursville Middle school eighth grader. While his classmates Are listening to Hootie and the blowfish Bud is Busy absorbing the music of years past and learning from masters such As Albert Collins Stevie Ray Vaughn and Jimi Hendrix. He recently earned first place honors at the River City blues festival in Marietta Ohio and plans to compete in the National finals in Memphis next month. When he is not playing clubs in Ohio and West Virginia with the Eastwood band he keeps Busy with his school work and several hours of practice each Day. On weekends he plays up to 17 hours a Day. A sometimes his Mother and i have to Stop him and make him take a walk a said buds father Charles. Buds love of blues was sparked by his fathers record collection which included the works of Erie Clapton and the Allman Brothers. A my dad had a lot of records and the main instrument featured was always guitar a he said. He received his first guitar at age 8, but it took a while for him to master his Craft a it was pretty Tough at first he said. A it looked a lot easier on Bud took lessons and began his rigorous practice schedule. At age to he made his first Public appearance a recital for guitar students at Marshall University. Morning or during the Early afternoon hours. Pour excess water out of the Saucer As it accumulates. Feed every two weeks. Most Poinsettia cultivars require an eight week or longer period with a minimum of 14 hours of uninterrupted darkness daily in order to develop the red bracts. This treatment should Start sometime Between oct. To and oct. 20. Plan now As to How you re going to achieve this environment a whether it be under a Box in a pantry a closet a spare bedroom or wherever. Well cover the next step in re Blooming your Poinsettia when ifs time for the next step. Georgic Green thumb appears on mondays. Federal disaster centers open today from staff reports Charleston a Federal and state disaster recover centers will open monday in Mineral Hardy and Berkeley counties to assist victims of the storms floods and mud slides generated earlier this month by tropical storm fran. The recovery centers will be located in counties declared disaster areas by president Clinton at the following locations a National guard armory 400 Kelley drive Keyser. A Hardy county courthouse Elm and Washington streets Moorefield. A Berkeley county emergency services building 802 s. Queen St., Martinsburg. The disaster recovery centers Are in place to assist individuals from the declared counties of Berkeley Grant Hampshire Hardy Jefferson Mineral Morgan Pendleton Randolph and Tucker. Individuals families and businesses affected by the sept. 5-8 disaster will receive information on a variety of Federal and state Aid at the centers which will operated from to . To 8 . Monday through saturday and i . To 8 . On sunday. Officials recommended that residents affected by the disaster Call a toll free Relief hotline before visiting a Center. The phone number is 1-800-462-9029 or for the hearing impaired 1-800-462-7585. The phone lines Are in operation from 8 . To to . Every Day. Assistance is determined on a Case by Case basis and addresses losses or damages not covered by insurance or other Aid programs. Among the programs available Are Low interest Loans housing assistance and Grants for serious needs and necessary expenses. Eligible disaster victims usually receive assistance checks within 15 Days after their properties Are inspected. Highland arts season begins september 23 Cumberland. She took the after serving for 16 years As principal of St. Mary a High school in Annapolis. She wants to continue the a Active involvement of students in the Community and enhance it. A i want to support youngsters in what they want to do in extracurricular activities and the Community to help them become Good citizens a she said. Dean most recently served As guidance Counselor and English teacher at archbishop Carroll High school in Philadelphia. He a also been a principal and assistant superintendent of schools and held different administrative positions. He accepted the after he received a Telephone Call from Dalmasse. A i want to provide the Best academic program i can to help the youngsters Here become better people in All different growth factors a spiritually socially and academically a he said. And the students already delighted him with their a demean or and How a a welcoming they be been to him. A a in a impressed with them and the manner in which they conduct themselves a he said. He also said that the school has a tremendous couple indicted in slaying new Martinsville apr a Wetzel county grand jury has indicted a couple in the death of a Folsom Man whom police say was starved and beaten. William Cooper 39, and his wife Arlene Whitehurst also known As Eliza Cooper age unavailable each were indicted last week on felony counts of murder and conspiracy. They Are accused of killing Timothy Good whose body was found at a farmhouse in november 1994 after police received an Anonymous Call from a Man who had broken into the Home. Good had lived at the property with the couple after moving with them from York county pa., in 1991, authorities said. Good and Cooper planned to build a religious commune or Church in the secluded area said state police trooper . Armstrong. Instate Viu re in pm it it i hands. Not so perfect Driver Call me anyway. Gene Reinhart agent Nancy Reinhart office mgr. 1212 National Hwy. La Vale my. 21502 301 729-3111 for less than perfect Drivers being in Good hands is the Only place to Ber we Allstate indemnity company Northbrook Illinois. Subject to local availability and qualifications other terms conditions and exclusions May apply for the Cumberland times news Keyser a the 24th season of Highland arts unlimited opens sept. 23 at 8 . With the presentation of the a monumental brass quintet at the Church Mckee arts Center on the Campus of Potomac state College Keyser . Monumental brass is made up of five Young musicians whose performances have been seen and heard All Over the country. One of their chief claims to Fame is they Are consistently scheduled to do performances for the Young Peoples concerts at the Kennedy Center. Since 1973 More than 190 programs have been presented to the area by Hau. A number of the programs have come to Keyser following their performance at the Kennedy Center such As the Vienna boys choir and the Tam Buritz ans. Hau does not receive a reduced rate for being a smaller Community a Hau pays tile same fee that the Kennedy Center pays. Next Hau will present the comic opera a Barber of Saville in English on oct. 14. End-0f-summer$ale 50% All wigs Rvoff i Stock getting ready for new fall merchandise viaduct hair replacement 312 n. Mechanic St. A a a a a Cumberland my / / / ill no Call for i i Vav Vav the largest and most costly program of the year is the Broadway musical a can can presented on nov. 6. The Christmas season will open with a Otis the season on . 3, and january 1997 May bring a travelogue. On feb. 24, Bill Schustik a Modem troubadour who sings and plays five different instruments will perform. He is the Only Solo performer from Florida who performs with the Blessing of the Florida state arts Council. Forty harmonious voices of the Morgantown area mountaineers will sing on March to. The final performance of the year will be the local Bluegrass Folk group a fresh Cut on april 14. 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