Thursday,
October 21, 1965
 
Wayne Beverage, riding a Honda, was hit by a car which cut across in front of him in the intersection at Brill’s Store Sunday afternoon. The Honda was demolished, but Way escaped with a head cut and bruises.
 Hunters were pretty successful on Saturday’s opening of hunting season, with very heavy hunting pressure. Most hunters had squirrel or grouse, or both, and Wayne Bailey reports the turkey kill as good.
 
Telescope Dedicated
Dazzling white against the sky, with the base painted a light blue, the newest telescope at the Green Bank Observatory is a graceful, balanced creation worthy of an artist’s brush. The mass of concrete and steel was dedicated last Wednesday by Dr. Leland J. Haworth, director of the National Science Foundation, as the most precise radio astronomy telescope in the world, though there are others larger. Gathered for the ceremony were scientists and technical men who had worked with the project the past nine years.
 
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Barlow were honored at their home on Tenth Avenue, in Marlinton Sunday, in observance of their 50th Wedding Anniversary, by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Barlow, of Roanoke, Virginia.
 
DEATHS
Ronald Lee Landis, day-old son of Ray and Peggy Broyles Landis. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.
Jack Pusey, 55, of Frankford; a son of the late Delbert and Ada Bobbitt Pusey. Burial in Morningside Cemetery at Renick.

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