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CANAL IN PANAMA sent Senator Robert naber of letters and petitions opposing our Canal in received from him a he was approving |Way the canal and a copy of a made in the I would publishing the so that people stand. at your statement support anai in Panama. Anyone who can say what you say needs to study the matter deeply-- not just to jump to conclusions after a superficial trip financed by taxpayers, I have not space to refute all you say, although everything should be refuted. The thing I will stress here is your statement that, in your opinion, person could have missed them. And surely everyone knows that communist influence always grows, never diminishes. Perhaps you should read the Congressional Record which has some excellent discussions of communist influence in Panama. On January 12, 1977, Hen. Larry McDonald inserted the entire December 17, 1976 issue of The Herald of Freedom, by Frank Capell, an experienced investigator who discussed Red influences in Panama, which is now allied with the Havana- Moscow axis. He says: "The Panamanian repressive G-2 department works under approval of the treaties would close supervision of Cuba's not give rise to increased regime, in the persons of communist influence, in ! Pineiro,, alias Red Beard, and Panama. And that you think the Universe Saez". He says further best way to discourage the rise ! that since 1970, the members d i d communism in the area is to the G-2 department of Panama i approve the treaties, openly traveled to Chbe for Reports of the degree d training in "Political Security". communist influenceinPanama You cannot say such a have been so publicized so relationship is not Communist repeatedly that only a deaf-blind influence. ROCK SALT NOW AVAILABLE at SOUTHERN STATES RANSO N, W.Va. Sale of Dairy Cattle t of feed, I will sell the following at my farm ; northwest of Berryville, Va. Turn north off of J. Grocery onto Route 632 known as the d. Watch for sale signs. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 1978 Beginning at I P. M. 15  of Holstien & Guernsey Dairy Cows ".avCvs, 3 fresh by day of sale, 3 fresh in November, 40 - d  bu springing, 3 cows with calves by side, 12 Heifers II _j wi to 18months. These cows have been TB & Bangs / .'.mm 30 days of sale. Individual health papsrs will be t a _: Cash. Nothing to be moved until settled for. ff .,h CRUM ACRE FARM ff.l: b. 0,o- 1-703-05s-72  "=libh for accidents on premises. 'tn  _ '- Feb. O-2t ts I mm ed HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS  Church St, Charles Town, W. Va. Co-Administrators, c.t.a., will offer for time and plate ngible personal property described as follows: four cane-bottom walnut chairs, 25" screen TV, nearly new; sofa bed, rocker, wing-hack chair, nearly new; Wind.up chime; matched luggage, 3-drawer lamps, 5" x 16" bookcase, two 5- high-poster bed, night stand, cedar needle-point chair, 28" oval wall Frigidaire apartment-size stove, Sears. refrigerator, cast iron door stop cat, 6- chaise lounge, electric, wall clock, vacuum cleaner, electric broom, electric metal dining chairs, hassock foot stools, Singer electric" sewing machine with step ladder electric skillet, candle metal drawer with mirror, 6-shelved eries, 4 pair 4 pair kitchen curtains, 4 old pewter pitcher, rugs, 4 lawn cooking utensils and old; silver, some old; including Commemorative dishes, decanter with 7 matching lead crystal, brass school bell, and items. reject any bid and bids. JOHN D. HOFFMASTER RICHARD R. HOFFMASTER, CO-ADMINISTRATORS, c.t.a. . Miller, Jr. FEBRUARY 2,-2-Ti If you think communist in- fluence does not grow, consider the fact that in 1968 the Panamanian Communist Party 'PCP' was militant only in Panama City, with limited in- fluence on the people, but that it so increased that by September, 1974, it controlled 33 Labor Unions instead of the five og 1963, according to an Argentine journalist. Whatever your opinion is, it is at variance with the facts. Communist influence does grow. And giving them the Canal will merely increase the rate of growth. They are already in key positions in the Panamanian government and the first of their seven guidelines is the taking of the canal. Someone in this area phoned your office and one of your employees said you did not even count the number of letters opposing giving away the canal. This was reported on one of the radio programs and is causing much resentment at you, even among Democrats. I recommend that you listen to your constituents on the subject of the canal. If you make a practice of discarding letters that disagree with you; you are making a grave mistake, politically, just as you are making a mistake by actively backing retification of the treaties. Yours truly, Ia Gardner Mrs, Diane Christian RN00tial Chairman Heart Fund Campaigr Mrs. Diane Christian has been appointed residential chairman of the 1978 Charles Town Heart campaign scheduled for February. As residential chairman, Mrs. Christian will direct Charles Town Volunteers who will distribute information and collect contributions to support the work of the Heart Association. "Cardiovascular medicine has made extraordinary progress in diagnosis, prevention, surgery and rehabilitation", according to Mrs. Christian. Many of these advances have been speeded up by the increase in funding of research and the new programs developed by the Heart Association. Volunteers are vital to the Heart Association's fight for lives. Recruitment of volunteers in Charles Town begins this week and the campaign will kick off the last week of February. District captains chosen to help with volunteer recruitment and other activities Mrs. Ginger Pierce, Charles Town; Mrs. Phoebe Shorts, Ranson; Mrs. Martha Chrisman, rural. Volunteer help is needed badly, so call Mrs. Betty Hough, general chairman or Bob Ott, 725-7854. LEETOWN HOMEMAKERS TO MEET FEB. 15th Leetoen Homemakers Ex- Club will meet WEd., Teb. 15, at the Methodist Church in Leetown at 1:30 p.m. February 6,1978 NO_0000CE OF SUBDIVISION REVIEW that the Jefferson County Planning Commission, at their next regular February 14, 1978, at 7:30 p.m., in the offices of the Jefferson City of Charles Town, West Virginia, will consider and review and the impact on the community of the following proposed of Title of Plat Location Size View ' River View Within a mile east of Bakerton 24 Los , Ltd. Estates on the western side of Route 28 about 0.2 miles north d 90 Acres jct. with Route 30 units having an interest in said proposed subdivision are invited Commission files on subdivision may be reviewed at any time By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission President MRS. FRED J. PAGE Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, for Mrs. Cora Elizabeth Page, of 524 E. North Street, Charles Town, who died Saturday at. the Shenandoah Nursing Home in Charles Town, where she had been a resident guest. The Rev. Joseph Washington, Sr., the Rev. John Hale and Bishop Eugene E. Baltimore, all officiated. Burial was made in the Jobnsontewn Cemetery. She was born in Duffields, Novembe 10,1901, a daughter of the late Jessie and Lena Colston Lee. Mrs. Page was a member of the A,M,E, Methodist Church at Duff gelds; a member of the Women's Missionary Society of the church; and a member of the Oral Roberts Society. Her husband, Fred John Page, preceded her in death in 1968. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Olivia Coats, New York City; four sons, Gale E. Page, Newport News, Va.; Clarence W. Page, New York City; Nathan H. Page, Oxen Hill, Md.; Henry R. Page, Tampa, Fla.; six grandchildren; two great- grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Branson, Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Katherine Pine Pawtucket, R.I.; two brothers Robert E. Lee, Chester, W. Va.; and William E. Lee, Shenandoah Junction. Livestock Sales The quotations of the Blue Ridge Livestock Sales, at Charles Town, W. Va., Monday, February 6, 1978. Receipts of all classes light, with a good demand for all butcher classes. Feature of sale was prime veal, top $86.50. Good butcher heifers, $35 tc $37; plain to medium heifers, $2 to $33; plain to medium bulls, $3( to $32.85; commercial cows, $3( to $33; utility cows, $28 to $29.75; ' canners and cutters, $23 tc Choice to prime calves, $75 tc $86.50; good butcher calves, $6(" to $70; medium butcher calves. $50 to $59.75; thin calves, $4 down; heavy calves, $25 to $3 Good butcher hogs, $48.25 tc $48.75; medium butcher hogs $47 to $48; heavy butcher hogs $42 to $46.50; butcher sows, $31 t( $38; heavy feeders and ligh! butcher hogs, $33 to $38; shoat per hundred, up to $40; pigs pe head, up to $24; boars, up to $27 GLEANERS CLASS WILL MEET FEBRUARY 14 The Gleaners Sunday School Class of Asbury U.M. Church will meet Tuesday, February 14, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Annie Diehl. C.W. Theatre Charles Town, W.Va. Phone 725-5212 THURS.-FRI.-SAT. "ORCA" THE KILLER WHALE SUN. thru WED. "FIRST LOVE,, (R) PlC JOSEPH E. DUNN Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m., from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry, for Joseph E. Dunn, 54, of Cavalier Heights near Bolivar, who died Monday in the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, Md. The Rev. William Ramkey, pastor of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, will of. ficiate and burial will be made in Fairview Cemetery in Bolivar. The family will receive friends at the Eackles Funeral Home this evening, Thursday, from 7; until 9 p.m. Born in Baltimore, he was a son of the late Ernest T. and Mary A. Winkle Dunn. He was a veteran of World War It, serving with the U.S. Navy. He owned and operated H&R Block offices in Charles Town, Martinsburg and Frederick, Md. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Baker Dunn; two daughters, Mrs. Joan Burch, of Charles Town and Mrs. Sherry Kerns, of Shepherdstown; one half-sister, Mrs. Carolyn Rehash, of Florida; and two grand- daughters. ROBERT E. WILTSHIRE Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at II o'clock from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. Boyd Frank, for Robert  Elmer Wilthire, 81, of Braddock Heights, Md., who died Friday, February 3, in the Veterans Administration Center near Martinsburg. Burial was made in the Lutheran Cemetery, Middletown, Md. The deceased was born in Jefferson County, April 8, 1896, a son of the late Morris Summer and Margaret Madeline Ott Wiltshire. He was employed at the Frederick Iron and Steel Company for a number of years prior to his retirement. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Beulah Anderson, of Brunswick Md.; and a brother, Thomas Wiltshire, of Charles Town. SERVICES FOR TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev. Margaret Phillimore, Interim Pastor, announces the following services: Sunday, 8 a.m., Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., Family Eucharist-with nursery and Sunday School; 5 p.m., Children's Confirmation Class, Rectory; 6:15 p.m., Adult Confirmation Class, Rectory. Wednesday, 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist; 6 p.m., Holy Eucharist; 6:45 p.m., supper and study in small chapel. Kiwanians To Hold Valentine LadWs Pady Toni00 6:15 Charles Town Kiwanis Club will hold their annual Valentine party, Ladies night, Thursday, February 9th at the Village House in Shenandoah Junction, beginning with a social hour at 6:15 p.m. Guest speaker for the evening will be Judge Pierre Dostert. Early indications are that a large attendance will attend. WALLS CLEANED SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1978 SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE cORNER PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS WITH" DO IT TODAY ! ! CALL 7Z5-476 OR WRITE P.O. Box 288, Charles Town, W. Va. And TOM LENNON will rail on you! P.S. Tom is going to Florida March 6- Back March 16. Feb. 9-2t POSTPONED SALE To settle the estate of M. R. Potter, I will sell the following located 3 mi. South of Marflnsburg, W. Va., along U.S. Rt. 11 on the Lloyd Farm. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1978 SALE BEGINS at 10:30 A.M. Oak Hall R,ck, Oak Ext. table, Oak wash stand, R.C.A. color T.V.; Story and Clark piano, piano stool, Oak rockers, Oak straight chairs, sewing cabinet, wicker chair, wicker iplanter, pie safe, corner cupboard, maple chair, library table, leather recliner, D. R. suite, sofa, sofa bed, 2-3 pc. B. R. suites; oak dresser, oak chest of drawers, metal beds, Kalamazoo cook stove, Kalamazoo heating stove, Siegler oil stove, wood heater, 275 gal. oil tank, Frigidaire deep freeze, Whirlpool deep freeze, G. E. refrigerator, Frigidaire Elec. stove, kitchen cabinets, base cabinet, G. E. dryer, Maytag wringer washer, trunks, dishes, set stainless steel silver- .ware, set Coming Ware, floor lamps, old pictures and frames, table lamps, bed linens, quilting pcs. sewing material, wash bowl and pitcher, lot old books, 2 butter churns, 20 gal. stone jar, 5 gal. stone jar, apple peeler, kraut cutters, pitcher pump, Alladin hanging lamp, 3 wash boilers, 9x12 braided rug, vise, laying off plow, corn sheller, corn cutUng box, corn replanter, alum. ext. ladder, porch glider, porch swing, grind stone, Sears 4 H.P. rote tiller, wheelffarrow, garden sprayers, step ladder, shoe lasts, Adz; shovels, forks, lot hand tools, many items not listed. Terms of Sale: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Lunch Rights Reserved Not Responsible for any accidents on property. Edward L. Chrisman-Administrator of the M.'R. Potter Estate Auctioneer-Edward Ned Morrow Clerks-N. Clark Furr - Charles E. 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