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I The Episcopal Church most I graciously consented to the use I of the Parish House as a central With 1 collection center for the Vietnam clothing drive. And donations are to be left at the Center daily except Sunday during the hours As a result of a letter from icles of merchandise for the ira- of 10 a. m. Until 1 p. m. Persons Gary R. Linaweaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Lina- North George street, Town, who is now serv- ~g with the United States Ma- rines at DaNang, in South Viet- a drive to secure much clothing and other art- poverished peoples of South Viet- delivering clothing to the Parish ham has been started in Charles ttouse are asked to use the Wash- Town. And although the drive ington street entrance. was started only about a weeki Among the articles badly need- ago, already the response on the ed and being requested, according part of Charles Town and Jeffer- to Corporal Linaweaver are: lad- ies and girls cotton dresses, sizes son County people, has been most remarkable. Lease having expired and will discontinue farming on Cherry- Ineade Farm, 3 miles South of Middleway, W. Va. (2 miles SOuth of 3.M Plant) on: SATURDAY, MARCH 5,1966 SALE BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M. 36--HEAD DAIRY CATTLE--36 drive. ! ery, Superintendent of Jefferson Go To Church Sunda SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEIt'S ADVOCATEB__ There are two most important County Schools. Y THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1966 7 things which the people of the Mr. I~w~ry explained the bond .~ + United States can do Corporal issue to be voted on March Linaweaver writes- Give Prayer 8. He told of the improvement and support to the battle which and advantages to be made if this the United States is waging in bond is passed. There was a 30 Cows, mostly Holstein, several Guernsey, 16 with calves hy side; several close Springers, 3 in full flow of milk; 2 Hol- stein Heifers; 4 Swiss - Holstein Cross Heifers (bred). All Cattle T. B. and Bangs Tested 30 days prior to Sale. Individual Health Certificates will be given. Cattle will not be groomed or conditioned. Fed only ensilage. No dairy feed or hay. FARM MACHINERY 1954 Golden Jubilee Ford Tractor, Just overhauled; Ford Jubilee Tractor; Ferguson 20 Tractor; Farmall H Tractor, with loader and cultivators; Mc-Deering P. T. O. Baler; Ford disc harrow; John Deers disc harrow; Ferguson pick-up rake on rubber; John Deere manure spreader; 2 rubber tire wagons with silage sideboards and unloading attachments; new Unloader to attach to wagons; practically new King Wyse elevator; Oliver Corn planter; Oliver corn picker; 3 pt. hitch blade; John Deere 12" and 14" bottom plow; 3-14" bottom plow. CHICKENS -- 50 in pairs and two's; R. C. White, brown, black Leghorns; S, C. Black, white Buffminoricas; Barred Rocks, R. I. Reds; Columbian Rock; Mottled Handaus. All purebred and Were in our exhibition string. Feeder; Metal laying nest; 2 Geese, Gander. SOW -- Will farrow by sale day. DAIRY EQUWIMENT & TOOLS " 325 gal. milk tank; DeLaval magnetic milker units with stall COcks and pipeline for 6 cows; wash up tank; Louden all steel stanchions; hand drill; electric drill; drill press; electric table saw and motor; iron butchering pot; forks; scoop; miscellaneous tools, nailS, bolts, etc. Some Junk. FEED -- 41 Acres growing Barley - well fertilized; Hay and Silage left by sale day. In case of snow and impassable roads, sale will be held the following Saturday. Cattle can be sold under cover in case of rain. TERMS--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Auctioneers: MILLER, MORROW, ORNDORFF, THARPE Clerks: MORELAND, MOORE HERBERT EVERHART FRANK WILLINGHAM Not responsible for accidents on premises. Luncheon Rights Reserved. Feb. 24-2t;- PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 28th day of January, 1966. CASE NO. 6207 t GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF THE SOUTHEAST, a corporation. In the matter of rules governing recorded PUblic announcements. WHEREAS, on the 5th day of January, 1966, General Tele- Phone Company of the Southeast, a corporation, filed First Revision of Original Sheet No. 7, cancelling Original Sheet No. 7 . General Exchange Tariff, Section 28, Second Revision of Original Sheet No. 2, cancelling First Revision of Original Sheet No. 2 . General Exchange Tariff, Section 33, and First Revision of Original Sheet No. 2, cancelling Original Sheet No. 2. General Exchange Tariff, Section 35, to its Tariff P. S. C. W. Va. No. 2, effective January 24, 1966, stating the addition of provisions under which the use of Telephone Company facilities or service may be used in connection with recorded PUblic announcements and, in particular requires that sub- Scribers who transmit recorded public announcements over any of the facilities include in the message the name and address of the party responsible for the service. Excluded from this requirement are time, stock market and similar type factual enUouncements. No customers will be provided reproducing and automatic answering and recording equipment through a non- Published telephone service. IT IS ORDERED that General Telephone Company of the $OUtheas$, a corporation, be, and it hereby is, made respondent to this proceeding and the aforesaid tariff sheets be, and they hereby are, suspended and the use of the changes made and Stated therein, referred until notice has been given the public as Provided for in the last paragraph of this order; and lit IS FURTHER ORDERED that leave be granted to anyone 'Crested to file objection to the aforesaid tariffs, in writing, Within ten (10) days after the publication of this order as hereinafter required. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that when all of the require- ~ents for notice to the public are met and if no objections are ~ffered theretO, the aforesaid tariff sheets shall become effect- Ve with the filing of identical new tariff sheets, which sheets allall be issued on less than statutory notice by citing this ~der as authority for i,suing same, providing the effective date ereof, does not preceed a date within the period providing Per,unity for the public to offer objections to the filing of ~ti~ tariff, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that General Telephone Com. !!fta~Y of the Southeast, give notice of the filing, of said tariffs posting a copy of the aforesaid tariff sheets at its office or cos where bills for telephone service are paid, for a period fifteen (15) days, and by publishing a copy of this order ~ace in newspapers of general circulation in the entire terrb cry it serves, making dqe return thereof to the Commission. A Copy. Tests: Feb. 24-1t- CHARLES P. CALl)WELL Secretary Vietnam and send articles of question and answer period after clothing, towels and wash cloths, his talk. These things are badly needed Mrs. Margaret Woodward told by the people of South Vietnam. of some of the past presidents "Most of the people of South and their accomplishments dur- Vietnam really live almost like ing their term. There were six dogs. There are only two classes past presidents present: Mrs. of people in the country---the Frank Kidwiller, Mrs. Mark Horn, 16 and under, flat heel slippers, very rich and the very poor. And Mrs. Ernest Houser, Mrs. Eddie soap, wash cloths and towels, since there are not too many very Mills, Mrs. William Capriotti, children's clothes and shoes of rich people, most of them are Mrs. Harry E. Martin, and our all sizes for both boys and girls, very poor," Corporal Linaweaver president now, Mrs. William underwear, preferably cotton for writes. Woodward. Each lighted a can- children from infancy to 16. "Not only is there great need die on the P.T.A. birthday cake. Smaller sizes of shirts, pants, for clothing in this country, but A short business meeting fol- coats, etc., for men and boys. also money, is needed for orphan- lowed. Corporal Linaweaver said inI ages since there are so many The P.T.A. has bought First his letter he hopes Charles Town [ hundreds of little children now Aid supplies for the school; and and Jefferson County will be well [ who have been made orphans by also cooking supplies for the represented in Vietnam by show- the war The hills are covered cafeteria, ing it s support of a clothing with graves of the father s and It was agreed by the group to brother's of these children. They lbuy a hand washing facility for have given their lives in fighting the lunchroom and'have it in- for freedom. So you see contrary stalled. Wanted - Votes Yes for to reports in the United States The eye-testing machine will be by some misinformed peoples used at the school the first of Better Schools March 8. that the Vietnameses will not March. (Pol. Adv.) fight for their own land, these The nominating committee was men and boys are dying so that appointed to select new officer~ I their families may remain free." for the new year. - "Some people in the States The meeting was adjourned seem to forget that the Commun- and birthday cake and punch wa,~ ist manifesto openly declares that ,served in the school cafeteria. LET 0~R their aims can be attained only We want to thank those who "WATCHDOG" by the forcible overthrow of all were so kind to us during the ill- existing social conditions. And to ness and death of my brother, do this they have'invented what Fonrose Moler and also for the 01L H EAT they call "Wars of Liberation" beautiful flowers, cards and let- on many fronts around the world ters. Sister and children. S ERVICE and this is what our country is faced with in South Vietnam," Gary Capriotti, of Morgantown, G U A ~ D YO U R Corporal Linaweaver stated, visited his parents and other rel- atives over the ~veekend. "The principles of guerilla war- Robert Thornburg, of Rich. HEATING fare are very simple, but most effective And while Mao Tse mend, Va., and Vernon Proctor, C0 M F0 RT Tung is credited by many with of Soar, visited Gary Capriotti having written the principle of on Sunday. 725-7510 guerilla warfare, the principles Rev. and Mrs. Luther Crady for this type of war were written and children, of Shenandoah FOR AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES OF centuries ago." Junction,. were Friday evening "This struggle now taking place guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan in Vietnam is one of many such VanCamp and children. taking place all over the world. Mr. a~! Mrs. Ronaid Van Camp The message of Cuba, Laos, Thai- and children, of Baltimore, Md., land, Cambodia, and the Latin were Sunday guests of Mr. and American countries is the same. Mrs. Harlan Van Camp and chil- The complacent, the self-indulg- dren. ent, the soft societies, are about Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown and to be swept away with the debris daughter, of Martinsburg, were of history And only the strong, Friday night guests of Mr. and the industrious, only the deter- Mrs. Gerald Holler and children. mined, only the courageous, only Mr. and Mrs, James Fries and the visionary, who realize the grandson, Steve Fries, were Sun- real nature of this struggle, will day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ger- l survive," Linaweaver w r it e s. aid Holler and family. "And no greater task faces this Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seibert ~nd KABLE OIL CO., INC. nation today, no other challenge daughter, of Martinsburg, were is more deserving than our every Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. DISTRIBUTOR effort and energy spent in stop- Charles Knott and son and Mrs. ping aggression in Vietnam. To Florence Runion. see the poor, the sick, the home- less and illiteracy is to under- For All Your stand why it must be here in Vietnam that a .stand must be Furm Supply taken," the Corporal concludes. or v.. I0tt BrothersSpend STATES CHARLES TOWN COOPERATIVE Leave With Parents Ranson, West Virginia Dial 725-2212 Private Larry A. Ott, son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles W. Ott, Sr. of Route 2, Harpers Ferry, has returned to Fort Sill, Okla- homa, after having spent a leave with his aprents. Private Ott en- tered the Army in November t965 and received his basic train. ing at Fort Jackson, South Car- yOerHearlngOemsTImkstl olina, after which he was sent , , to Fort Sill for advanced train- SONOTONE ing. Private Ott is a graduate of Of Hagerstown Charles Town High School, the Class of 1963. Before he entered the Service he was employed by ROY R. FURR, Manager Cardinals Foods in Leesburg, 733 South Potomac Street serving on the Charles Town Hagerstown, Md. Route. He was also employed for a time by the A & P store in Phone Hagerstown Charles Town His present ad- REgent 3-3242 Or dress is Pvt. Larry A. Ott, US Charles Town 725-5391 52639588, Battery D. 4th Training Bn. USATC.FA, Fort Sill, Okla- ..... ~ homa, 73504. Corporal Mifflin G. Ott, another son. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ott, now stationed at the Marine Corps School at Quanticc, Va., al- so recently spent a leave with his parents. He was fortunate in hav- RANSON, W. VA. ing his leave arranged at the same time as his brother Larry. Fri.-Sat. Feb. 25-26 "Situation Hopeless, But Not Serious" With Ales Gulnness Miss Margaret Houser ALSO -- IN COLOR Miss Darleen Carrel, of Charles "7 Slaves Against Town visited her brother-in-law The World" and sister, Mr and Mrs Gerald Jamison and daughters over the With Roger Browne weekend. Matinee: SATURDAY 3:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Trundle and daughter, of Lanham, Md., were the weekend guests of her SATURDAY 1 P. M. ONLY parents, Mr. and Mrs. William "GLADIATORS 7" Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Winters In Color with Richard Harrison and sons and Mr. and Mrs Harold Cartoons. Adm. 25c For All Ages Robinson and sons were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Feb. 27-28 Mar. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters and Mrs. Ann Mary "When The Boys Hetzel motored to Washington, Meet The Girls" D. c., on Sunday and visited Mrs. W. S. Geary and Mrs. G. W. Em- In Color with Connie Francis mart. llerman's Hermits - Sam the Sham Mrs. Lucretia Moler motored to Louis Armstrong - Ltberace Shepherdstown on Sunday and visited Rev. and Mrs. John Link. Wed.-Thurs. Mar. 2-3 World Day of Prayer will be ob- served at the Methodist Church Jegn (AGENT 007) Connery Sunday night, F~b. 27, at 7:30. IN Founder's Day Program "THE HILL" The Founder's Day progi am . . was held at the school in Baker, ton at 7:30 p. m. on Feb. i6. PLAY "BANZO" EVERY TIIURS. There was a short program arid guest Speake was )It. Ted 1 ow. to save .you a I I III IIIIII The factoey has bunt a limited number of these special- adrift cats. loaded them with extras, and offered them tO 145 as a sl~f~ibl' value--for a limited time only. 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