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I will sell on the premises located along Route 75. 3 miles north of Libertytown. 4!~ miles south of Union Bridge and 14 miles north east of Frederick city at Johnsville in Frederick County. Md. on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1959 COMMENCING AT 12:30 P. M. TIlE FOLLOWING 19 HEAD FRESH & SPRINGING DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS 5 second and third calf cows, (4 Holstein and 1 Guernsey). All fresh or close springers, 14 Holstein 1st calf heifers, 10 should be fresh or close, 2 due in May, 2 due in June. Herd T. B. accredited and Bangs certified, retested within 30 days, health sheets furnished, can go into any state. 36 HEAD OF HOGS 20 will weigh around 100 lbs each, 6 around 175 lbs. 10 around 60 lbs, each. Hampshire and Yorkshire. These shoats ideal for next fall bulx~hering. T ERMS---CASIt on day of sale, no property removed until settled for ROBERT L. BOHN, Owner AUSTIN BOIIN, Auctioneer C. D. METZ, Clerk Lunch Rights Reserved Feb. 19-2t. pd. III Illl I I I ttttt itit Discontinuing farming, I wiil sell on the House Farm at Broad Run 6 mi. South of Middletown and five miles West of Jefferson in Fred crick County. Maryland on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 AT I1:00 A. M. TO,WIT: FARM MACHINERY, ETC. J~ln Deere Model B 'tractor with cultivators, 12" power lift tractor plowo, John Deere 7 f,t. tractor mower, John Deere manure spreader, 999 corn planter with fertilizer attachments. McCormick-Deering 45T baler with mounted Wisconsin motor, New Idea side delivery rake, John Deere 24 disc harrow, 28 toot,h Saxten harrow lever harrow, tractor cultlpacker, horse drawn mower, 2 low down rubber 'tire wagons and beds, hay loader, hammermill, ,tractor belts, drag, power ,corn sheller, platform scales, grindstone, wood saw, barshear, plows, hitchings, log chains, ladders, fencer and posts, Schutt ]er wagon, feed cart. Studebaker, pick-up tl~ck, International 8 can milk cooler, electric hot water heater, wash-up ,tank, electric clippers, 17 ten gallon cans, buckets, milker units and milking equipment, small tools of all kinds. Rotlnd brooder house. Anvil, vise, shop tools, 2 butchering kettles, electric table, saw, meat be~hes, 2 electric brooders, feeders and fountains, 10 gal. green paint, ol~.shoemakers kit etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ink bedroom suite, small Stottemyer rocker, antique drop leaf table, 8 ~raight chairs, 2 library Cables, 2 end tables, set,tee and chairs, 2 ovlstuffed chairs, sideboard, buffet, glider, chifferobe, 2 bureaus, Setl- er~tki.tchen cabinet, victrola and records, 9x12 rug, small rugs, dishes, vi~gar by gallon, many small items,~ too numerous to mention. ~RMS-CASH on day of sale. IOTE: My dairy herd and heifers were sold privately last fall. JASPER L. BRUNNER EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer IlORACE M. ALEXANDER, Clerk Lunch Will Be Served Feb. 19-2T- I I II I If You Want Results Use $pirit- te Classifieds! II I lid II II I Discontinuing farming I will sell where I reside along Fountain School Road, 2 miles Northeast of Libertytown,~ast off State Route 31 in Frederick County, Md. on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1959 Commencing promptly ~t 9:30 A. M., the following to-wit: 41 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE All Holsteins but two, thirty milk cows and bred heifers, ten should be fresh by day of sale, some close springers and 'balance in full flow of milk; 9 open heifers, 2 Holstein bulls, herd is T. B. accredited and Bangs certified, many are vaccinated; re-tested within 30 days, health papers~on each animal and can go into ~atly state. Most are home rais- ed and are typy, any one desiring cattle for high production should attend this sale. One Goat. FARM MACHINERY Oliver "55" tractor with less than 200 hours, 3 gang 14-inch mount- ed~piow for same, Allis Cha|mers W. C. tractor with line power take off, good rubber and in A-1 condition, 2 sets cultivators for W. C. trac- tor, Ford!cultivator, David Bradley 90 bu. tractor spreader ~n rubber, DaVid Bradley side delivery rake on rubber, John Deere corn binder on rubber with carrier, !7 ft. Massey-Harris trailer mower on rubber, Black Hawk tractor corn planter, nearly new Oliver 13x7 drill on rub- ber; Allis Chalmers baler, David Bradley ensilage cutter and pipe, 32 ft. smoker elevator, Avery 2 gang 12 inch plow on rubber, cultipacker, David Bradley 28 disc tractor harrow, 36 tooth lever harrow, 6 ft. Ford mower, 13 inch hammermill, 12 inch post hole digger for Ford, 2 rub- ber tire wagons, hay loader, 2 lmrse wagon ,and bed, Saxon harrow, 2 sets tractor chains, 2 hay forks, rakes and pulleys, old Schuttier wagon lime sower, told binder, 2 sleighs, 1 sled, potato plow, 2 & 3 shovel drags 2 Syracuse barshear plows. No. 30 and No. 20 harness for six horses, sleigh bells, 2 rubber tire wheelbarrows, garden plow, corn sheller, log chains, two 50-ft. endless rubber belts, one is new, 2 electric chick brooder, wood saw, 2 bu. clover seed, 100 lbs. orchard grass seed, vise, pressure grease gun, dehorner, 2V, z H. P. electric motor, [4 H. P. elec- tric motor, lot of shop tools. ~steel churn,/2 oil drums and pipe, 2 pit- cher pumps and pipe. BUTCHERING 'EQUIPMENT Firewood, sausage stuffer and grinder, iron kettle, 3 .butchering tab- les, 300 lb. scales, stirrers a~nd ladles, pulleys and belts, single and dou- ble trees, forks, shovels, etc. 80 BBL. OF EAR CORN BY THE BBL. 1500 BALES OF HAY AND STRAW DAIRY EQUIPMENT t 275 gal. Milk Maker tank, nearly new: 2 Farm Master milker units, pipeline, hot water heater, double wash-up tank, 23 Md. type milk cans buckets, strainers, gas heater HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO BE SOLD AT 9:30 A. M. .2 GE Refrigerators. one 9 cu ft., Kelvinator regrigerator, 9 cu. ft. all in good condition; GE range, looks like new; Kalamazoo coal and wood range, 10 pc. dining room suite, Empire chest of drawers, kitchen cab- inet, 5-pc. :mahogany bedroom suite, spring and mattress, maple bed- room suite with twin beds, springs and mattresses, several metal and wood beds with springs and .mattresses wardrobe, three dressers, 3 wash stands,'2 bunk beds, roll top desk, Singer drop head sewing mach ine, 4 hard bottom chairs, 2 radios, Morris chair, platform rocker. Nor ge oil heater, egg stove, old steamer trunk, porch glider, lawn table, 2 bieycles, 26-inch, lot of pans, tdishes, some antique, picture frames, sev eral cans of new lard, some cured meat and many other articles too numerous to mention. NOTICE--There are many small items not/listed, therefore this sale must start on time and furniture will be sold at 9:30 A. M. TERMS OF SALE---Cash on day of sale. No property to be moved un tll settled for. ! THOMAS D. GARDNER, Owner Glenn Trout, Harry Trout &/Austin Bohn, Auctioneers C. D. Metz and R. P. Weybright, Clerks. Not responsible for aceidents Ion premises day of Sale. 1Lunch Rights Reserved. Feb. 19-1T-pd. I I I Discontinuing farming I will sell the following on the Shaull farm located on the south edge of Middleway on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 14--= HEAD OF CATTLE ---14 / 2 Holstein cows with calves by side, 1 white face cow, 2 red cows, 2 Jersey cows, 3 heifer calves, 1 white face bull, 1 red bull, 1 small bull, 1 bull calf. 75--- SHEEP ---75 Lambs by side 2---sows FARM MACHINERY Ford tractor in excellent shape practically new rubber, Ford plow, International tractor 10-20, 2 International manure spreaders, iron wheel wagon, mower, hay rake, spring tooth harrow, disc plow, riding cultivator, hay loader, tractor plow, disc harrow, horse rake, 2 wagons, hog troughs, double shovel plow, bar shear plow, harness, chains, bolts. wagon wheels and a quantity of junk. 5 H. P. Gasoline Engine and saw, ~ H. P. Gas Engine. 1--- RIDING HORSE Spotted, gaited, 9 years old. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Upright piano, kitchen cabinet, buffet and oil heater, one pressure cooker. TERMS-Cash ALBERT L. HENRY Luncheon Rights Reserved PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer CLARK FURR, Clerk Feb. 19-2t- For Quick Results .Use Our Classified Column. I Intending to discontinue farming I will sell the following personal jroperty at what is known as the Clermont Farm, located 1 mile east of Berryville, Va. on Route 7, Clarke County, on FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10 A. M. 50 HEAD OF CATTLE Six Hereford cows, 2 Angus cows, with calves by side; 3 Angus cows, springers; 3 Holstein cows, will freshen by day of sale; 4 Holstein cows will freshen in spring; Guernsey cow, springer; Guernsey cow, full flow of milk; Jersey cow, full f-low of milk, roan cow, full flow of milk; Shorthorn cow springer, 4 Guernsey heifers, springers; Hereford heir er, springer; Durham cow, springer; Guernsey heifer, Shorthorn heif- er, Angus heifer, open; 2 Hereford steers, approx. 800 lbs. each; 8 An- gus steers, weight ranging from 650 to 800 lbs each; 2 Angus steer cal yes, 2 Angus heifers, weighing approx. 500 each; Angus heifer calf, An gus bull, weighing approx. 400 lbs., Angus bull, purebred, 3 years old All cows T. B. and Bangs tested 30 days prior to sale, 21 HEAD OF SHEEP Twenty Hampshire ewes, will have lambs by side by day of sale; 1 ram. All sheep 1 and 2 years old. 30 HEAD OF HOGS 14 shoats, weighing approx. 50 lbs .each; 6 shoats weighing approx. 75 lbs. each; 2 Hampshire sows with 8 pigs each, red sow, with 7 pigs, 2 black sows with 7 and 8 pigs each, white sow with 6 pigs, black sow 2 red sows (bred). FARMING IMPLEMENTS Farmall M. tractor, Farmall H traActor with cultivator, mower and flow; McCormick Deering side delivery rake, Oliver 13-7.driB, New !Idea corn picker, David Bradley rubbe~-tired wagon, Case Conveyor with gasoline engine, New Idea manure spreader, 2 McC0rmiek ,disc I harrows, 2 spring tooth harrows, spike harrows, John Dee~ ~0rn lfl~.n ter, McCor-Deer. 10-ft. tractor binder, Dellinger hammer, mlll, pttl- [ verizer, ensilage cutter, iron wheel wagon, John Deere hor~" mower~, 2 corn sheilers, corn sled, wheat fan; h~ty loader. . .... . , , . : I/.o ...... One-half interest in 53 'acres of growing wheat, ~z intel~eS~ |n~$0 acres of growing barley, 200 bu. of barley. : ,~ MISCELLANEOUS-Four milk cooler, 10 ten-Zal miik c=hs:" tric grinder, log chains, forks, shovels, digging irons, tool= of ~ll Id~il~, Stewart electric sheep shearer and articles too numerousl to mentiOst, ' TERMS: Cash. Nothing to be removed until settled for. : ! SHIRLEY BOYD: :' W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer R! E. MORELAND, Clerk Feb. 19-2T . I Discontinuing farming I will sell the following persor/al prdperty on what is known as the Harry G. Whiting Farm, located 3 miles west of Shepherdstown near Billmyer Mill in Jefferson County, W. Ya~ on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 34 HEAD OF CATTLE 4 Holstein cows, springers; 9 Holstein heifers, will freshen in fall 1 Brindle cow with calf by side: 1 Ayrshire coW, springer; 12 Black Polled Angus heifers, weighing around 600 lbs.; 2 Black Polled Angus bulls, eligible to be registered, around 700 lbs; 1 Polled Hereford bull, will weigh around 700 ibs; 2 Hereford heifers, have been bred; 1 Hereford yearling steer. These cattle h~ve all been tested in the last 30 days and can go anywhere. FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1954 Massey Harris tractor No. 44-6; 1954 Ferguson tra~tor No. 30; 1948 Ford-Ferguson tractor, 1942 Ford Ferguson tractor; ~one 10-ft. Massey Harris self-propelled combine with 45 bu. grain tank, in per- fect condition; Ma~ey Haxris corn picker; one 77 New Hollered hay baler with motor; New Id~a ~raller tra~tor mower; Ferguson mower; 3 Ford or Ferguson cultivators; 25-ft. elevator for luty or grain with with gasoline motor; two 2-12 inch bottom plows; 4 disc harrow; High Boy manure loader with fork axtd bucket; Darf side delivery rake; Mc Cormick Deering 14-7 tractor drill on rubber; 3 rubber-tire wagons with 70 bu, beds; New Idea manure spreader on rubber; McCormick Deering manure spreader on rubber; John Deere trailer corn planter; McCormick Deering trailer corn planter; snow plow for Ford or Fer- guson tractor; 300-gal. tank on trailer; 7-ft. pulverizer fertilizer at- tachment; 4 one-horsepower electric motors; 3 three-qum'ter horse power electric motors: one-quarter horse power electric motor. Wood s~w; 3 butchering kettles and rings; garage battery chaxger, air compressor; electric welder; vice, anvil, forks, shovels, digging iron lot of tools; mamy other articles too numerous to mention TRUCKS 1950 Dodge pick-up truck. 1949 Ford marl truck. 2 International farm trucks FEEDS 40 Tons baled alfalfa, clover and timothy hay (can be seen on Mrs. Florence Maddex Farm near Shepherdstown.) (The large dairy herd on this farm was sold last fall.) Lunch will be served by W. S. C. S. of Mt. Wesley Methodist Church of Scrabble. TERMS-CASH (Nothing to be removed until settled for.) JOE WALPER MORROW, MILLER LEWIS AND LOWE. Auctioneers HENSELL, Clerk Feb. 19-2T- II I Ill I I SHENANDOAH JU T! By Miss Liilian Myers The Parent Teachers Associat- ion for the "'Founders Day" pro- gram was held at the school house on Tuesday, February 10th. Mrs. Paul Henderson was in char ge of the program. Music played by Mrs. Blair Campbell opened the program followed by Battle Hymn of Republic. "What is Youth" a playlet with characters portrayed by Mrs. Longerbeam. Mrs. J. Clive Myers, Mr. Weller, Mrs. Moreland and Mr. Kerr was given for every one's enjoyment. A history of our own P. T. A. was given by Mrs. Henderson. It was organized in 1921 one of the first in Jefferson County. Mrs. Sara Darr, Mrs. B. Frank Benner and Mrs. Lucy Sloat were presented corsages for being the oldest living members and also to show appreciation for a job well done. The color theme of P. T. A. was: Mrs. Wan.~ar of Charle~ton, W. PIRIT OF Va. is visiting her son-in-law and daughter The Rev. and Mrs. S. J. 6--- Sergent. GARDEN CLUB TO MEET The Wayside Garden Club will meet February 24 at the home of Mrs. Vivan Bush on the corner of First Avenue and Preston Street. New Manager Arrives At Sopthern States Cecil F..Nichols, formerly of Herndon, Va., has arrived in Char les Town and has taken over as the new manager of the Charles Town-Ranson Southern State store, located in Ransom Mr. Nichols has been associated with Southern Stwtes for the past three years. He is married and the 'Public Sale Of Valuable Improved Real Estate JEFFERSON FARMERS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY father of one child. President calls talks His wife and family have joined spending. l~im here and the Nichols are re- siding at 120 South Samuel street. Read The Discontinuing dairying and having rented farm I will reside :ll mi. east of Johnsville, along Molasses Road 2~ west of Union Bridge, 3:~,I miles north of Libertytown north east of Frederick City, just off Route 75 in Md. on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, COMMENCING AT 11 A. M. THE FOLLOWING TO' 27 HEAD OF DAIRY CATTLE purple and gold which decorated the beautiful birthday cake that~ ....... state. Health sheets furnished. ~centered ......... ~y virtue oI ~ne authority yes- ,__ ..~ue rezresnmenc caom a- ] ted in me in the undersigned Trus MACHINERY & DAIRY EQ[ :rang w~n nuts, mints ann punch, i tee, by those two certain deeds of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Sink of[trust hereinafter referred to, and Wards wagon and bed, John Deere corn planter, Manassas, Va. spent Wednesday[by the request of the beneficialDeering 12 in gang plows, farm trailer, 2 bbl. field with her brother-in-law and sis- Iowner of the notes thereby secured brush burner used once, 2 hole hog feeder, hay forks, pulleYS ter Mr .and Mrs. Lewis Sager. ]default having been made in the chicken battery, lot of chicken feeders, grindstone, drill pre Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of[payment thereof the undersigned]bellied stove, 2 Farmmaster milker units, one year old; m~ Hyattsville, Md. were recent guests trustee will sell at public auction .I presser ~nd pipe line, hot water heater, 6 can box, can rack, of her mother Mrs. Sherman Hop- in front of the Court House in I and b c ts, etc., and ma~ny other articles too numerous per. Charles Town, Jefferson County, Balance of machinery stays with farm. Mr. and Mrs Winfred Sammons West Virginia on Saturday March ann children of Washington have 14. 1959, at 11:30 o'clock A: M. the [ TERMS-- Cash on day of sale. been visiting her parents Mr. and following described real estate: PAUL R. Four registered Holsteins, 12 grade Holsteins, 2 grade Jerseys, 2 registered and 1 grade Guernsey, all milk are first and second calf, 8 should be fresh or close due in April, balance in heavy flow of milk, one reg. due with first calf by sale day. 1 Holstein and 1 first calf in October, one small Hereford steer. Herd is T. ted and Bang's certified, retested within 30 days and can go I Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mr. Sammons re turned home Sunday leaving Mrs. Sammons and children here for a longer visit. Mrs. Harris Kishlng of Charles Town spent several days last week w}th her son-in-law and dat~ghter Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thompson. Sgt. Charles Padgett has return ed to Fort Knox, Ky. after having spent a 10 day furlough with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager gave a birthday dinner Sunday for his mother Mrs. Alta Sager and their little son Gary Sager at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady "Or chard View Farm". Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sager and children Mary Wilson, Barbara Lee, Joy Lynn and Gary Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Brady ~tnd Master Char- les Walker. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Benner and Miss Nannie Fleming visited thelr brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. C..Fleming in Shepherds- town Sunday. The friends of Mr. Fleming are glad to know ~he is }reproved after having been 'a pa- tient at Newton D. Baker Mar- tinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. IAl lie Yager in Stanley. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Grove of Baltimore, Md. spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sis- ter Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. The Women's Missionary Society of he Baptist Church met Wed- nesday evening at 7:30. February 11th at the home of Miss IAllian Myers with Mrs. William Miller co-hostess. An interesting lesson entitled "The Moun.tains Break Forth Into Singing" which dealt with the greatest needs of Alaska was led by Mrs. Abner Vghltmer. A pleasant social hour followed ad journment ~nd refreshments were served by the hostess at thls time :to the 16 members and two guests who E, ere present. That certain lot or parcel of land containing one half acre, im proved by a concrete block bunga low of five rooms and bath, run- ning water piped from .the cistern, electricity and other conveniences. Second: That certain lot or par cel of land containing one acre, ,more or less, adjoining the half ,acre lot. Both parcels of land are situate in Kabletown District of Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the pub lic road leading from West Virgin ia State Route No. 340 to Summit Point, the first parcel with the improvements being ,the same which was conveyed to Darrell K. Koonce, trustee, by deed from Sherlock H. Patterson and Virgie Patterson, his wife, dated Marc'h 7, 1953 and recorded in the office of the Clerk of the County Coui't of Jefferson County, West Virginia in Deed Book 192, page 48, the sec ond parcel of one acre was convey ed to Darrell K. Koonce, trustee, by deed from Sherlock H. Patter- son and Virgie Patterson, his wife dated July 1, 1953, of record in the said County Clerk's office in Deed Book 194, page 105. The two adjoining properties will 'be offered separately, then as ~t whole and sold for the highest 'bid, with the right to refuse any and all bids deemed inadequate. TERMS OF SALE ONE half cash on day of sale the residue in two equal annual installments one and two years af- ter date o[ sale evidenced by the notes of the purchaser, secured by ,a deed of 'trust upon the property sold, notes to bear interest from day of sale, with t~he assignment of reasonable fire insurance on the buildings with extended coy erage, or for all or a greater a- i vnount in cash at the option of 'the i purchaser. DARRELL K. KOONCE Trustee ' Feb. 19-4T- AUSTIN BOHN. Auctioneer C. D. METZ, Clerk : { Feb. 19:1t-pd. Due to shortage of feed a~d water, I will sell the property at my farm located 6 miles NW of Berryville, Va., on Route 632, known as Crums Church Road, Clarke SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 21, 1959 BEGINNING 11 O'CLOCK A. M. 18 HEAD OF CATTLE Two Holstein cows, with calves by side; 3 Guernsey yes by side; Jersey cow, with calf by side; 3 Holstein milk; 2 Holstein cow~, springers; Jersey cow, will freshen Holstein heifers; Guernsey heifer; Holstein bull, weighing lbs. ; Hereford bull, 2 yrs. old. All cattle TB and Bangs prior to sale. 27 HEAD SHEEP ! Fourteen ewes, wlth 20 Iambs; 13 ewes, yearlings, will lamb* 13 HEAD HOGS Twelve shoats, weighing approx. 50 lbs. each; spotted boar. weighing approx. 400 lbs. TURKEYS-8 HENS, 2 TOMS CHICKENS-100 LAYING HENS POSTS-125 locust posts 7~ ft. & 9 ft. lengths. MISCELLANEOUS Ten bu. potatoes, Duo-Therm oil heater, power lawn tra~ctor, with attachments and articles too numerous to TERMS: CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled D. W. ZOMBg0 W. D. ORNDORFF, Auctioneer R. E. MORELAND, Clerk Lunch Rights Reserved Feb. 19-1t- Your West Virginia State Highway Commission has eliminated consideration of modern, heavy-duty Asphalt pavement for your lnterstate highways. WHY? As a result of this policy-right now-your state is paying over $100,000 MORE per mite for Interstate highways than neighboring states. WHY? Briefly, here are the facts: A contract for 3.3 miles of paving on your first Interstate project (Route 81) was let to cement concrete at a cost of $234,000 per mile. The same Route 81 continues north and south through Maryland and Virginia. It accommodates the same type and volume of traffic under identical soil and climatic conditions. Yet, Maryland is building its adjoining route with modern, heavy- duty Asphalt pavement at a cost of $130,000 per mile and Virginia has let five projects on the same route to rugged Asphalt pavement at an average cost of $122,000 per mile. In other words, you ara paying an average of 45% more per mile than the taxpayer in your neighbor- ing states to meet the same Interstate require- ments ? Think what this saving of $100,000 per mile could mean in terms of West Virginia's huge roadbuilding program! Savings like this could be used for improving and build- ing LOCAL roads.., the roads you live on... work on ... depend on ! Other states- from Maine to California- are taking advantage of the economy of heavy-duty Asphalt pave- merits for just this reason. Why isn't west virginia? Perhaps you've heard it said that Asphalt pavements cost more to maintain. Don't you believe it! A Congressional Committee, in 1954, explored maintenance costs between Asphalt and cement ments and reported: "The evidence we have from all sources that maintenance costs are, in fact, about for asphalt and concrete. That being the question relates principally to first costs." Has Asphalt pavement been eliminated to give jobs to home staters? Don't you believe it! There ar.e only a few cement paving contractors in WeS" Virginia. There are 22 Asphalt paving contractors read)' to bid for work, providing many MORE jobs thrug Asphalt construction. What's more, there's an abundance of native in most areas of West Virginia which can be Asphalt pavement construction. This creates an lent market for your local gravel and stone in employment for additional hundreds of West workers. Then WHY is consideration of modern, Asphalt pavement being eliminated? It can't be highway ruggedness.., or initial It can't be maintenance costs.., or more jobs ." basic construction materials ! Then WHY? It's in your own self interest to speak out now consideration of new-type Asphalt pavement as a petitive construction material for your How else can you protect yourself against paving costs? This messsge sponsored /n the public lnterest by: THE ASPHALT INSTITUTE t