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I . y antmals in America is caused by] than contain it in self satisfact-1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ,| .......... ~| dnimal lovers. These people areI ion." IrHTTR. hAV 9q ieaa A~I i i[ breeding more kittens and pup- '"therefore, be it resolved that _ "~ ..... ' ............ ' ~u.._ ==~| | I [ A i li pies than can ever be given to/ in the death of Elsie Bogardus[ ........... | I I I I II II responsibile homes. A survey by Murphy, this Library has suffer-I A l~ellaDle FIODplFIg uiae i .................. i I I I I I II l| a national humane organization ed irreparable loss, and those who I + I I"UBI.a I I I# l vl tx [ [, T] [l states that 10,000 pet animals are serve on this board, as well as --- _ Fnr Evorvt, mg You Buy .... I | I i / ,an Ill _ II t born hourly in the U. S. The those who now or in the future --'- I BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO., INC. [ ...... IFI , t~l L ~ [[ ]majority of these friendly, inno- may benefit from her contribut-[ ~ [ o~. .... Q+~+ Charles Town W Va. | J~y rlenry W. Morrow [ [ ] || | I [[ I cent little creatures are a~andon- ions to human welfare, thank l [j~ I ,xv ~ ~, ~,,~ ~,., - ,~ ' " = " ' ar sure ........ - [[ led to die In suffering along our God for her, and we e I[i . . == . . n [ zip t;o le a414 , , , , I]roads, in our streets and out-of- He has called her to greater ser- ]l ~l~aP|~|| ~l~qP]~|| ~. [ ....22 ' ..... - the way places Millin are de" vice t Him' wh was always her [I =P tPlblUh O~#~IblUhstryed annually" m" pounds and insplratmn.' " " " ~# "~ [ RE&D ]BY MORE TH&N ~500 PEOPLE THE POLITICAL PRESIDENT , grip on the offices they now hold animal shelters at considerable Respectfully submitted, For Month Of , ....... I cannot help but be quaintly and will therefore be warmly cost to the tax na,,er Thomas W Stentoe. Thornton llJ ~..+~ ....... ~~ I Second Class Postage Paid At Cllarles Town Postoince amused -- - there ls no other disposed .towards the Premdent n ~fo b,,m~no anrl oeanamic T Perry; Donald Eackles; John tll J~'JP_J]:~I~[JAI~Y ~~ ] phrase for my reactmn - - - over m the mter~m ~rom all of this -', ...... , l i i r b S Alfrmnd, Allen R Marshall , + " i so ut on to this depress ng p o - NATIONAL N|WSPA ........... n ............. lem is t Stp unwanted births at Vme-Pr" esldent'~Mary McD" P~" i[ PERMANENTS I P [ It the debate the President has pre- it can be deduced: Approprmt ons ' /~t~i II ,l~r~, ~ I ..~'~.g'2..l~.. ctp~tazea over me statement ~ bms must ortgmate m tne rmuse; th~ +,~,,,-,',. ~,,~ h+,,o n--s and er~tela, ~ecy:rreas.; mrs. m.,ll I I ('. ~dl I ~-~g-~ I I a+~.P~l~'~" his State of the Union message to to carry on :tile Viet Nam operat- cat".~ ~nav~d bv"a "c~mne"tent vet- Brooke Blackford; Virginia Rider. Ill Were NOW I~~~ I ~~] ~ ~[,d,~,~,~~ the Congress (and the people) to ~ ion and to pay for the Great ~'~,~.~-~-Tv~(~ ~ ~ ~,o+h,a ".:,. I II ~1 ~ ~ ' ~1 ,~ ~ I ~~ "~ ................ the effect that the terms of officet Society program is going to cost ~'orsed'~: :~'o~,~'~,::~,'~ ~'n @...d.I.~ .... Ill -- cx~.~ I em r th o se of Re .. -o~u ~a -- ~ ....... ~+..-+.0, - . " ' of m be s of e H u P- money taxes may have to be o~.a,...ho . .... e.o+h.u. UUlli II1 12 50 10.00 I MAX BROWN. General Manager resentatives should be increased, increased; this is an election year ~-~..~s ~..~ ~...=.. ~.~'~'..':'L.;'~'~': I II ~ ,~'r~,~ o ,, r~~_ i ......... -'--~-=_ ~a,..- " u+m+w ~+aaw/)W Assoc Editor by Constitutional amendment, when all members of the House ~'~".~:.:: =^+~-~v,~.^,,+,~ v o:,~:~ ~llil+|~la ~lll~ AIR Ill u.uu --+ Dam I --- ..+,,-.-- .,..v..,,.,. , .,.,,, ,,,++re f. ,,oar+ In : t ^ I ^.I-1... l,t + a ta uoe+ Jtu+ u aa+ llUIIIUll I lUM IP II I Ill t~ P'~.~ ~:$~+] I ........ ,, s ........ s ..... are up +or r=em+.o., +.so, ,,--. lazar nap ~thur~im,~ affect its nor , -+++" I National Adverti~hag lt~t~lentative, Anlerican the wake of the p opos 1 th 'Johnson is saying to the House, [sonalit-, and ,~h-sical condition ,' . ^, ,, ,. Ill I streets,, andmaybe even an excuse for belngowl not.., ve __,, ..__ _ __ _/" ,, / u, , pundits and commentators ha o 0 v ut mn r Ave New York . . . the present House, If you g luost Seemg-Eye dogs are spayed N S e , . Ill I Newspaper RepreSentatives, Inc., 404 Fifth ., had a field-day, welghmg the pros ~lo"" "~t+" me lwm us ....... n ......... ill ~,~,,I~A V,,,~. A ln~..ntmant rl~,io~ I .... .._ a -~ ~, xx -, ~ ,-~ s.,,.., xemaies we Know mese cogs / ili[:ll, l~kl~ l~UIIk~l X']k l,~l~l~lllblil~.~lllb l%lIkiKL~o Detroit- Chicago - Atllmta - ~ Francisco - Los Angeles and pointing out the cons, all 'e ] office to try to keep you from }must be alert, to lead their blind _.The South Jefferson Rurita.n [] r" ] .... :^~r. ...... ._. ~ .......... tea~ ~neS[otra3ot~n~ 3tn:~teu~igoing through the ordeal of an masters! aU~U~hT~turnmO~aYonntgn~c~ani ik~ll lmmi m, ill i~ i~palll~l~l ~a. At. ~I01~UItI~'I'IUI~ $.,UU l'e~ It., YlUS 12;c[s, W. Va. TaX think ~t first l~lush that at lon~ telectin every two years You I Friends of Animals, Inc., is a ...... " .'. ;11 IllLt- UALI: I:AUI Y ~ALUH / ,... , ~, , ,, ' , (IelIClOUS olnner was servea Dy " "' "" ' --- ]" "-+ -' "--ents last we have got a genuine quest-lihtelpme'aI lslA~P youe Ionn f~ ~gnpr::Itflrgn%nl~atlasnisp:ep:r~d the P. T. A. of that school. II HILL- DALE SHOPPING CENTER ] lror l~sln~ ~ews or Aaveruaang ~el~r~m ion that can be discussed on a i ............. : ............... I .~_o .............. ~._.:.._ Guest for the evening was Rob ~ i] .... ] 47 i 1 e lane corn letel rresments part Ill vlrtuazy every tzmse tll+tl, ii~tl llelp 111 lli:lyll~ I DIAL 725-2046 or 725-20 h gh ev 1 p , P Y l ..... + +- .... + '+ ~an-les + I+ho+, ,~o, ...... a ,,, aporod I +m ert Prettyman of the Potomac II Dml 725-9221 - Charles Town. W. Va. ] devoid of politics. Maybe so. May-I ~;;~ ~-~-"~ ~:',~i~:: ~,,~res~- I Y vio un ee 'revreoentaUve for Edison Co. of W. Va. who showed " q~l.ll'Tl~6!l~AV IA~JITAI/V "2"/ 1966 I be so. But I cannot he p b [~,~ ++ .;, .o++ .... a . .ha am a film The Allegenhy Alubum Ill ALWAYS PLENTY OF F-R-E-E PARKING I .aa~a~o~x--~ o....~....A ..~ think that tho Pro~idonfwha is l'"~", "~ s.-~o -,~ ,,----, --,,, -,~ I-'"~'"~a u. ..,..,.,.-,,, --.,~ avnlnnina ~'ba ~a r~ ~laoCri~|l'll , --I .... first and last an ableastute columnists somethmg to talk lready to help anyone who has a ow ..... 1 . -. i I .................. ,n [ ..... r_ ._ I about and write about and there- I pet to i~e spayed, p. f er__ m__me ai egenny rower I i i THHR-,~iI~ H WIHlYK I POlitieian, is acung uKe me l .............. i .......... or -I The secon-" -ns---r "- the do- ~yntem +trea. I d IIIIVVVII,,I V," w,asa~-H [commendStble political animal her ,o A special committee reported]l ~ i~ ..... ant ~s m brmgmg the matter up t . . its findings of the poss~bfl~tms of After wmtmg longer than ~t has wmted for nearly a c - thi time What I am suv"estin- about more pressmg thmgs; and I law that every dog be hcensed .......... I I -'-- ~'~ ~.,. I~ ........ s s . . ' a r b an wea " a i swer is the can uymg ann eqmpmg a cry, the first snow of measurable consequence came tous l is that the President is a past if.nothing, comes of zt, s p~o~-] thdre r h.~s t~gv. Ths an -fi Itrailer to meet current, health I] I - E Juring the past week. Even more is predicted as th. eses areWr~'s ]masteruo- of the, game of politics, ~Y::?~lngy~l'i~,~ ~3 w~;t lcees sponslom y ot our law ot -i regulations to beused at pubhc|l" W~J[~n,,a~ ~ .... ~[ axe written, and may even be falling as these worn P I that he couldn t care less whether .~ "~ .......... I ~: ..................... f sales and public gatherings The I I "*~"~'* "* * CHARLF_ TOWN m ,.. + ,.,;_+..... 1____ ._.~ .. +~.+. I~+.]~ wi.++r means snow i members of the House are elect a maneuver me ~'reslaent tail/lOLl .Pot IUYLll~r llliOlq[llatlOn ilDUutL ide +ro d - cau e +- ii . -~- Ilsnecl. wm~er ~ acre. ~x++u +, wt,+ ~u~,+,+ .+~ . . I . " [ n|lqv fna m~nv f|IT~lac hllf thim I th- snavin+ nvOr+vsrn write me Ia was a ppe De S mel4 _ . _.J !1 and sub-freezing temperatures. Its visit is greeted wth m xed,................... edfor two years or.zour years, I ~'(t~ h~ h';~+"~T~v~.h'+~;+_ ....... "ex I at+the'above- addS'astor ......... te'lenhone [ expense would be to great corn-[] !1 reactmn. To the you g ( , " I n ah the exhuberance of youth ) it anu mat h~s proposal nommg "- c pared to the anhe pated use. - , --^+. +~ ...... u .......t. lcellent hming, skill, aplomb andlme at 535-6522. If ea h citizen ~,,~,, o. .... .... I/ H;ave Added Another Famous Brand means blessed thought for them, closed schools, long mghts ceal i en motive B no dexterity, who reads this letter will tell h sI ,,~ woro aolo,~+on ~ ......... ,11 l~ , . con a h dd " Y 0 " ' ' ~ ......... ~, .... +u -~, ....... sled riding with no thought of t e moran+ g classes., and means do I condemn the Presi- As for the merits (or lack therel cog. - ........ wnmg. trmnas ann. ne gnvors, o the club at the National , ' onvent/] IN ILl to their teachers it means a respite x>rn an 0rdeal, aecornp- dent for this; this is the way you of.') of the proposal itself, I. per-[ farautt^ tmSmak,Opportum Ylife +'a ier t wm+.r gus [ion Jeykll Island Ga., Jan. 23,24,/t mrTTT r r xr,o B anied by a leisurely breakfast that takes bn the umeiy] play the game. But I do think we]sona) y rma nara get tooI o. 25. ' llll iJIr T_ l O. B g" .. _1[ ........ /I that I extend to "ou con-ratulat]eIteu. Oneg Yd or .1||it she inP eennsylva ~anS won abya 75-62/[| Je~ it" Itt e+r rsst' llm'-F" $111Sl)lilSllz Ins gZ us ~ ., ilrlrt C/' Pl0III6F / U t 0056 U +/ 111 b" t; it~ll01~$1 5 I: " aspects of lunch. To the farmer it means idle fields, and time / have a right to speculate on i xm . wa . me omer[ ....... . ..... .... i The club discussed the need|/ o IT o i + ' he rich earth sis what prompted the President to Somethmg can De sad for it, but ~ ....... . . ., ~ .IL]L ~ ~ O for work around the house and barn while t .... P / ........ l-,,,c*. ....... ~,oo "a , '"s i | Smcerely yours, I of a warnmg device at the N&W] ~ W + E , ,.. ,, , ........ , v~. oal~, a~ah. t t. . ..... Oiilce urge wnat ne is, m ~act, urgmg. RallrO ran ro the hfe gwmg mmsture. To the commutmg workman.. . / .......... [The silliestargument I have[ Helen S. Webb[ +an g e c ssmg on [ _ . J. , ~.. !1[ .... l r,,ro+, it means slow startin cars, clo~rged laign-/ xt nas ~een saia mat since ..... , ;+ +~ ,~ol fMrs Byron Webb)[ Wheatl .an~ road./XAso the need of| II .. IL -., IL L___ Ill ' late proposed amen men co d n t repomtmnmg the stop sign on the Ill ways,&nd ]possibly be ratified by the re-/~l~: ~o~e~;3ct~ha~om:Te~::t:~| ~a l' . I~ I / Middleway-SummiL Point road at| S ?iil li!!~~ell I:SPECIALLO $1GZR!ROWlN F[ PT I " /amendment could transpire/rebutted by pointing out thatt4 Win "-- ............. t,mo +o c.+e t+ uro o+ c. n+ing ,erm ,rom two lh $trmght i oooo -o-- / | H+ nfts. hlgher i han the human hand can reach, .wfll. sl y S:tssle yet C;ur eawBa t' 3ol let et c J hear, / H::S s m reb Tn?hinl wJ3hpd[ Y ;ShtaOef t l/eTs:o +dc/ Allen Baker came up with t::l That's whltN yCuASgHet when you mitt, discarded in another Spring, but never abandoned, will[ indeed appear that superficially[ the running habits of the aver hottest scoring hand of 'the s -| .......... { ~t~F~~ ||, . " ~ sotve Tne t~ammore News .~mem n , son Tuesday mght to lead the be fetched forth. The white countryside will become gree | the President s motives are al-| age Congressman. No one, in- ~ ..... l can Jack-ot Crossword Puzzle | ~ ~" nepneru t ollege cagers to their | a ain and the heart too will become green [ truistic But sight should not be] cluding the President, has yet ...... { Never less than -~00 and ma,~be ~~' '-:~ :--" - i| ' " " e com with a o d reason for ~ourtn consecmive victory ann "~ ,+ , ' lost of the fact that thos mem-| e up g o .......... l a lot more Enter this week. See[ " --Y.:--- tne r e gnm ot me season as ,+,, ho ,~u+ hehi-d bars Strikes/bers of the House who are now[ lengthening the Term, and in the ..... : ] en~-~ blank Clues and word list[ - - =. -- : I| .... v .... . .... b r on against me same numDer ot ae- . -. ' ~ [ [ that int~_rf~r~ with ordmarv Pro-/m that body Will see m the pro-| a sence of a good eas we had ............ ] m THE BALTIMORE NEWS I ~:.~.--: _-i- ~--: _ i~ ........................ " - " "t " teats, wl[n a ~1-15~ ueclslon over i n IpIp~l~D~ ~ | I ced-re of the neonle dock strikes[ posal a chanc~ to strengthen their] best leave the matter where ~ ~s.. .......... [ AMERICAN on sale at your I I~ - ,- -- - .... ale ~mppensourg ~tate Teachers l~P ~__'P" I~ U l-newspaper strikes--str,kes a:I + - + ColL+"~e on the ShePherd haral+l~ newsdealer-+" ~ l ~ i- TO 1111 - I I-jj ll | ~nici~al~ty. The p+ub+!iel plain the Boall~l's budget:oaf 196.6 t this+.: vdolance accoml~sl!ed !itfl~. w~ , = + " ~+~ ~+~+ ~ ++ ~ +~] ~ ~ - - ----J ~ :: ! _'_- /be+ dainnd -if the leaders get million. Denzil Gainer stated it lwhen you think of all the liveS, r aker 47-no+nO ff,,-t ur--ss-i P.A T PMIIII II llUfllW+i ....... -.:..- IN I glU llili-- TM ! | theirs This is the outfit we are was a sound and workable bud-|lost and damage done. ,~'~,~ .~,r ~h~'~"(n~l+~m,'~'+v',r- / W lV ~llUn~,ll OUI~MI4/ ~| I I /going'to be asked by ward-heel get. i Because our town of Charles' ing+ma'r+k-'of"4~3+se~'la~t-'year+by[ ] ~| | po]itic~ns to st!p.port with our[ I will report next week. [Town has coped so well with the Bill Thompson and missed by just/ WEST VlRBINIA ] Charles town, w. va. vo~e. rnese p011~lcans nave no Sincerely yours, I race ~uestions that have arisen, ++n~ nnint thp .qh+nnhprd all-tim+~/ .................. ,.. I !11| Janua 24, 1966+ concern for the well being of our Thornton W Wilt I reali ave no extensive thou- ........ ""-"'" .......... [ ~/A/I; .~al.t~ l .aaL,"I w,, .... ~. .... Sh^** wi~h ~ride +,~- I~| t " g H m Ltem+m m+tt a~Inctlons, l~u mary . . : ......... " s re" " labor-[ Charleston, W. Va.[ p ". "! . ., om the fl6o Monday n'ght[ theWestVIrlllnlaa~te~estaxof31:~ree t+ [ " , . " ! ~ This is just an oDservauon a-llUctans are pre su o oy .. .[. January 14, 19661exist; prejudices wnicn go PaCK|which was quite a contrast from/ s~..t~x~,~or~u.tomo~U*?u.mh,.m,r.e.no~ I pay much more for shoes of this super, or quality but Ii1~ mese ]i~hj~e~i~!r~~ii [tr:i!! ~s:~l:mms:S:h "m"'"t~+'~"*"m+''+" I ' t 4.9; ' II| bout Congressional effort to re- The. Farm. t~ureau opposes Honorable Thornton W Wilt to the early slave days. Preju- the two for 22 which' he hit again- added to the table amount ifsppllcable yOU II find Mother Goose Shoes at low popular prices. ~[+ union membership a conaition of [rmse ~t w~zn a vengance, ttlse up [ ~ ........... +~'.a s .....~ ~. In fact, the relations of the whites mar~in ] [}.~o-].~W ..... ~ ff ~ ~ ~ / holding a job. ~lineteen states [American Citizens. .. .[ ~:~.._"+~."~'~'o~:ance :.~.'= [with the Negroes of Charles'~ ~.~..[~..+~...~ ,..~ ~,~., +~^| ~-~:~'::.': ~ ~0 ~ ~ ~ ] have oas~ed such a laW [ This is not a partisan potiticatl~'y').-~ ..~:'~ ~/..,,o-?s-j,--~y~ ..... I Town as a whole is very good l o-,v),~I)~:s ,~u ~o-U a~ ~.~/ sg,_mD-_.~.._~_-'--:- ~ ~ ~ ~.! ~.t -' " * " a doesn't a 1 for ot me west vlrgmla Legislature. . , . . , -- .o. ,anti ot me nrst ~en mmmes ot ,mo-.,+w ..... ~x +a ms Imagine If you will a youngster I matter. A m n . P~Y . I ,P. ......... Pro7 .~,, ,++,,+ n,,.++.,+. I wRh no deflmte problems amsmg. [ nlav 'Ph+'n lh+, Ram~ w~nt ahead ] ~,mo+~,~_=__. ~! ~ ~ ~ Z~ ] " cra r a r+e uo- -...+.= --.~.........,.. +...o u---.s . .+ .. ............ .,.+.~.,.. .... +. +. .. o, o. you know applymg for a job and[a Joe as a L~emo to ..P.. i+~+ aaa ....... i .... n .....,~r+]I think th+s ~s due to the fact]m a ..a th,.v ..... -1 "-. ,.----.+] '~OO~+..... .+ m n 87 m ] ~- being_ told O. K._young .man, [l an or ::8 other 2:s t haZtn tsl present and vo[ ng "on every"ro [that the official, s and citizens of] aeres 'of +th way By halftime ] g mm g ,g ] out, Dy me aw, you u nave t,u [ ,yo + I call -'ao --t -- -+'--nee I t;narms Town roOK at people as I She.,her.+ was in f-ont o+ 8o ++ a0+ - _ become a member of the union. Ia Job. mS w,te ann n,s cnudren ! __=,_ L'~.~ y_ ~.' ........ l individuals and not as a race I ;~.~ u . "~... ~" -.. I ~;~o-a;~ ..... ~ s~ w no u~ / ~l~t~~i " of need footl ann cLbthin and the mar~ against you ~ . .. -. " wayne rtarrls ano tJary rnaien ,mm-7.~ ..... 3 ss 1o4 it5 lm This happening ta the Land g " Although prejudices still do ex- e " m0-v,~ ..... ~ 92 to+ t~o the Free'' |ordinary good things of life.I ln orderforamember tomake]ist in the minds of some of the]led......... the r boundmg for Shepherd,= ___ ] tooo~,~ ..... ~ m+ u, t~ t~ ] . _ . " ". ..................... I There is no reason under Heaven I a maximum contribution to the I citizens -~ Charles Town they '. me zormer p|cKlng Off IY anti me t t~'~'~ ..... p~ ]~ t~ 11~ ]~ ! ~~ tmaglne li you wul rue w~u- " "" ' : at 14 ' .......... why a man has to be forced into work and dehberatmns of the . 1 ter . ..... 1 liticans wh will come have, at least, trmd to re-evaluate t i tt t ~ / h,~hee ........... PO O~,,~+a~+,, +~r [a union. If he demres" to ~oma" /Legislature, ~t" ~s" necessary, for [their attitudes and have looked ] ...... -- [ |t~'m-ctm-t~,~__. ~1+ _-- 89 lt~ i~m t~+7 t~++ '+ ~.~j~ .; ~,~x,,~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~ ............ , . . 1 ' l~l~@ ~ 1 4~ 1 I r,~.,,~v+i,,.. ~na ~u ira, +holy r~n. I unlon, that s one thmg, but to be | htme to be present and votmg. I at the Ne-roes as human bein-s I I~h~li~e 1~ l~k~s~u l 1 ~.m0-ta .... t 28 t ++ r~ . k~ . ~ s a s s ~IDMII~ /VWli B~i~PDOI tl,000- 990 135 152 7 1 ..... Y+":.Y"Z." .... .'+'-.=L---I forced into it is another It isl Ag in I congratulate you upon[wh, n~se,~o the ..... ~.+.+~ that[ 3 ] |,~0m-td~"" ~ ~4~ t~ [s~ ~ ~~+~~ +.ten+ + to+ rot,no o+d I I ,,0 ...... /~~resent Abb me people Wl[lllll . " . a, aute z~z~, . 15'1E~1 ',900--- 1 148 166 1~ ~01 particular area not more than l un_d.emcratic" . ..... /hPe ntmng, wil]..pevent You lstepped my thoughts concerning [~l~d P~y$ T~]bute To ~7,~o_]~.~-+-~ ]~ ~ ~ qt~ ,,, q~t .~P ,~,,p i~+~n~lo holnn~ | The newspapers tett us tnat/zrom mamtammg m]s tree recora I the attitudes of the citizens of I I i~',m-t~:~-" tst m i~ ~t ~ ~S~++~L-l~'~"x~.+~+:~" m Chma thm m The Year of durmg the 1966 session +).~ ~ ,,~u,,, ~a',~anv'of~the~[ .... | " " [Charles Town on civil rights z ll.ta kll.. gl.,., ~l,,mk. / m m ~" ~. .............. " ~. ~ the Horse" If we permit ward- Respectfully, ' l,al~ i,ll~ l.l~a~ D-iui~llJ ...... ~ +'~ ..... heartily disapprove of this pro-]~.^_, _^,:." . ....... ,.,..^ I t" a Bl..kon~hin [hope that as a Christian commu-[ i I~l~___~D~lr.~ h~,.l|e,--$e,!ce /~~- ...... .................... lerk + " " s l-he J oarc[ OI i/ire tors O! me . .... .... p~al down our throats tt will be C bouttheir ,attitude+' and ask + - .... to submit to complete labor auto-I ~..... ~+.,=+e.~ c*.*..~ ,, ^ eri a[ lay ........ [Charles Town Libraryi Inc., at [ ":.~l~:::.g~:!~:l~.:~l~.::.~l~:~:41~:.::.q~.:::.~l~.: /l~ cracv_ I know this is true ~ecause ] ,p_).%~v.,~,. .~ ~,.~ y. ~,u,. ~ / ......I memsewes, ~tave we. trmy cone ~t .... s December meeting paid tri .... " .~_ _ [ ' ...... have inonf'dencetz xear ot me Jac~ Ass. ~u~ ~.~ all we can toward ~vin e ual .... . some of them - e t ~ .... , g g q bute to the untiring and limit- .... mo.o + hhe tune for statesmansh.p .sISt. Andrews Presbyterian Collegelri.hts +., eve...ne,., / 1 PAIInrAi -, ............... a ,- ........... t.__= ,~ ......... ' .......... :..+~ r.,+,.+,.r,,,,.. N,~r~h Carolina/ e, ,-., ,a,, , /less efforts of the late Miss Elsie/ --v--===vn~ I -- " polmcal procedure. As a t. ...... a | ...... ~ ~ae.~' n e e y yours,|Murph_v of Charles Town m vro-| a klklAIl l ,lln dll Llql can citizens they (figurately): +'~m "~ va+,=u. I...+ ..... v ...... ~,=;;~'.+" ~ ...... I Miss Alana Custer|viding'Charles Town and Jeifer-/ flNRIIHRLI I'NI ..._ -._. ..... ...... hang their heads in shame. So, . I hope your newspaper can see[ m+~x+" ;+~"~ .~,~w~..~u~; ..~+A (Editor Note: Miss Custer is | son CoUnty with one of the finest/ n, ......... "--''---- !|~:,= Tl~ll~: ~=l~V lAY .... its wa clear o o se editor we have the hilarmus mtuatmn + :Y . t pp0 "| ................ I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | and most moaern Ubrarie i- the/ ................... L | | of these represen[atives of all icily the ira gin. politic~ idea. of[ ~33;'e~~nrow~wes[ vffgima [Allen Custer of Charles Town [ country by adopti'ng the~foilow- -- A P il ~ ~ A ~ ~ I the .......... neonle askin~ that a law be a rel~eal ot ~ec~ion z~-t~, so tnat/ " and is a student at St. Andrews. rag" resolution~ of respect.+ The following,, charges will be rer, ealed that affects a hsndful the people of Jefferson County/ Most people think and have Presbyterian College This letter,/,,T, for .r o(their constituerlts! !This is will realize the situation they|concluded .that since the_sighrag| she says, is a requ!rement for|Murphy the"Ol~t Charles~Town[p01itical-offices. Announcetnen~ + pure, unadulterated democracy. ace. .. . .. lot me . wu_ tgnts ui .taro;tawI her zresnman t ngnsn course at|Library has not only lost its[ will run each! week until the .... Tn rPh+a...= This is imvosition on 98% of the Coruiatty yours,/me cwu rigms pro mem nas been the couege ~ , ~ .... -~---, ....... = .................. people they represent tO to . John S. Alfriend/solved. But the solution to the I ' .... | eral 'sup or;e "bu V;r mgrYl;,. t | Primary Eleet lon. All announce. the political will of 2%) ~ Fur- | race question is still as elusive as ] DOG PROBLEMS | ha~ lost a friend A friena ,~,, | ments are payable when ad is ~ ~ m~ i ~ ~ ~z A A a i == thermore, these champ'ions of .LEGISLATURE ~otrr I ever. All the sit.ins, dem6nstrat-I Bolivar Heights] ssessed of a rare quality of ~de~'l: | inserted: .~ F I K I/. 6 I] V !1 !: A / I" democracy-4hese representatives MID-POINT OF SESSION | ions, new laws, and drives for the Harpers Ferry] ism underscored by practical ap. [ w i i n w v v / of all the people, are suggesting Charleston,+ W. Va. Negro vote. have fallen short of " West Virginia/,qicationv of that idealism. Her| kr~auonan' +-' ~"~'--zrlces.. + . . that the people in tllc 19 states January 24, 1966[ the equal rghts, goals. There.hasI ...... January 22, 1966[vision for those things in Which.[ + Plea. a Enter Mv uh erintmn that have a taw prohibitmg .me Mr. Max Brown / peen much t gnung, quarreimg,/mr, max rown, r+ }tor . I she was interested invariabl [ 9= .............. - - requirement of labor member, p O Box 231 I toss or lives, property oamage, pirit ot Jetterson-Aavocate I crystallized into positive results.J v*x ,poo, shiP as a condition of employ. Charles" " Town, W. Va. and extensive psychological dam-~ Charles Town, West Virginia /Counlen,. .... wit+, her vision and fine/ . . =...' nr~.. r~l~_~! ..=. '~ - Dear Max [ .... a s / s h m rly that[ Y " $ 5 l,J x e merit, are a bunch of fools They : age to the people of v rlou areas Dear Mr Brown idealism wa a u a it Count Offices. 2 . * are ~dly ignorant. They are .too '+ FrOm thb Legislature. We will| wnere w.nite and ..Negroes nave Thank you for printing the[ made 0f her a great and gener-| +, , dumb to live Therefore, the Fed eac 6 had trouble aa)usung to equal letter from Mr S T Dou las in ou c t or .~ +' ] ! ~'t _.! " r h the mid.point of the 196 ] .... _ .~t . . . . g " [ s on ribdt to a public in-| ~IXI ~ d~._~..DI .~ ~ ~ ......... $I~ 4J~,~,_._.~_~ eral t~overnmen~ sn~ald force on se r~gnts tor eacn omer whmh he asks for a answer to shtuti rivat .... ssi0n Wednesday, this being the[ .... " n | " on or p ely to some[ ~ ~ ~ t'~W~~:~Hr~H[~ them what they rail to aeqmre The trouble n v len .... . ' . . . . " . even number year session | a d io ce that the dog problem which is evi-/ worthy individual. The conse-[ a lli tt l 41111 lllll lRPVItdlll ' themselves a lcnowlea"e ot-. . -+..., . ........ ....... ,_ __ . ............................... ..... + -, %,- -,-, + , Lne buccesslon 15111 seems tolnas transplrea Irom mesa Sl[Uat- uent in deHerson ~ounty. tt is/ quences was she was nor ony a/ unionism that somehow esc aped be geting more administration[ ions has gotten the Negroes good to bring this matter to the[ philanthropist but a huinanitar.| E ~ R + 1 ~l~em. support than the Convention Bill. lrights but has caused an awful attention of your readbrs. There| Jan. Her vision for the Old Char-| ' W P INT ... . . ~allle ....... When court Orders in Arkansas If the Succession Bill should pass[ lot qf hardship and sufferihg for are two answers, which, if acted I les Town Library was that it[ ........... ..... ................. and Alabama were violated, Fed- the House of Senate the question[ many innocent people. For ex- upon, will solve the problem sat. I might grow and expand in size[ 2k Yll /-tklIL l' tJ2-kll l.l eral troops were sent in to en- as to whether a governor could|ample, the race riots that began isfactorily both for people and|and usefulness. Especially was] +.. . . Add,.,~ . force the Federal Will. But when succeed himself would be on the[ in August, 1965, in the Watts for dogs. [ she anxious that children learn] ---Any Amount--- .................... - ................... ~ " a union' defied a court order in November ballot. [ area of Los Angeles and raged for The first answer is the spaying ] to seek the riches found in the/ Let u .... e care ' " " s mK Ot your neeas New York and cost the pe0p]e of The House has the Wage and[ six days killed 34, wounded 1,032, program which is sponsored by [ pages of the books here. These[ ,,,,.~,, ,,,a ~=,,ia oh,, ~o,, ,~,, +o . . the ciW over a billion dollars, Hour BiU on amendment stagesl and caused property damage ex- the Animal Welfare Society of] qualities have enshrined Miss|,,,o ................ ....... ................... there Was silence. The leader of today. Governor Smith arid the[ ceeding 40 million dollars. ("Why Jefferson County, supported by I Elsie in the hearts of+ those who[ .... - that strike said he hoped the We~t Virginia Labor FederationlNegroes Rioted In Watts-Official Friends of Animals; Inc., and lknew her and will enrich the| + : , USE THISCOUPON AND JUST SEND $4.00 judges |n long black robes would are advocating passage, | Report," U. S. News and World made possible here by the gen- l lives of many who only knew heri PHONE 725-2046 or 2047 ............ .,... _..= ..'. ............... " D b 0 65 5 erous na b t a t'LU TAX I.N WIS T Vll il ilA drop dead. Another union official The House, on two occasions, Rel ort, ecem er 2 , 19', p. 4). ' and public-spirited cooper.[ me u she stood for tl that|. .......... ' has been found guilty of viotat- has had Offiers from the Board Terror spread throughout the ation of a local veterinary. [ f" in hun n life nd she cx-l ions ol other laws, but has failed of Public Works appear to ex-lwhole city of Los A eles. All Probably the worst cruelty to lpressed it in many ways, ratherl ................