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You Don't pay more for y Foods! m III IIII II H I III m m m m E,%qKAYS SILVER LABEL m 50 B' bag 99< " 1OO b.g WIL N'S BONELESS WILSON'S BONELESS WILSON'S BUN ELESS [] mm 2 ii ,q L 1 14 oz can * 199 ! || 1 ~ 14 oz can ,19,1 L " 2 ~ t s m 2-Oz. Jar Free with Pro'chase 80Z SA $I 1 ~ 14 oz can Coffee 8 oz i 3-1 SlOO C oo II C Ib 00 OZ cans Sl 9 (Whole-Dried-Cut-Sliced) 7 oz can sl (Apple-Lemon-Raisin) 4 oz can q00 2 roll 99< 7 J Fm.m mll. m I THIS COUPON WORTH 20c THIS COUPON WORTH 20c II ON GIANT SIZE TIDE PURCHASE 10-OZ. NESCAFE II BOX 10-OZ. JAR 1.49 GIANT 69c (,Coupon Good Till Closing March 28th) (Coupon Good Till Closing March 28th) YOU2 F21ENDLY HOME'OWklED MADI ET ' ' " = " ' '--------" "-'--'--"---*----" "-------" t ~ ~i PI L~. 1'. ,or who may become pregnant I Program was considered more for)$100.00; Class HI and IV property, ,-I-fi0-o No person may scavenger or SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S, J ~UlIIOH ~IUU}' IU [within a period of three months, I the farmers, it is now working in 171.8 per $100.00 assessed v~lue, mlu ~;a~ H~tJU O Ha I salvage any trash or junk No per TI4TTI~r~AV M[AR('I-I 96 1970 I except in rare cases. [ the urban areas also. He said sa d I The debt servme rate has been . [ son may remove any t ash or ju k I ~1~I!' ~i~l' ~'~VIZlRl~lr I Cooper also showed a color Iwith environmental control now ) reduced slightly thi.s year due to ~'~F mm~ m~n~ml inI once it is dumped, i ~.e mlv,w,m ,Fw~m, j vvv',Bummvm ~wm - -- registered anu (llsplay permit wltn me use oz ~, [movie prepared by the U. S. Pub- be!ng,brought m, the forefront lthe !nerease !n property assess- J No person shall loiter on or i -] ~at i lic Health service to illustrate I wire all phases oz life being ezIect ) ments, with rne uiaSS-A figure p 1.1. g e z ! about the Landfill premises All I rersons uumping at, me land- I De entorceu anu -, ,~ At Center I what Rubella can do to small ed by it more effort is going to [being ,15.3 cent~ down .5 perce~/t ~ IIIIU Cirri',I Children must be accompanied ;fill must obey instructions of the I the rules will be P' I children born to mothers infected [ ae directed towarus environmen- ) over this yeari taa~ ~l-~J.~.yerrts ~ I by an adult. Landfill attendant and the posted [ law. I lmritan uluos oi zone one ot I with the disease tte said the vac- tal prootems omer man water, ) clown one cent; an(/~lass ill all(1 RUles, regulations ancl nours f NTa fironrm~ nro norm[trod ni,~i~n~ ~nd tho (:nHrt ranart~ that } the Potomac District will play I cine orouram will provide long J sewerage and soil wastes that has i IV--61.2, down two cer~ts. The concerning the use of the Jotter- ' +h~'T.~'~f~"'~r~q~'~ :?"- S"" "'T ~--='.--"--:- :"-- I l all rules ancl regulations ueanng t/~ TO ~mu~,-~-" host to a Zone meeting to be held [ ranue-Protection against the dis- [ been in the past.[ t(~tal assessment for the year son County Sanitary Landfill ~ "--~,T.'~::~, ~.'~'~'~'~'~ Saturday, March 28, at 7 p. m. at { ease. m 11970-71 w~ 1 be $77.535,170.00. I which are to become effective ~i.l +,~ a~a o+ o mmm the Community Center at Bar. [ C~'"er stressed that the vac-[ #~,~ [ }Wednesday, April 1, were annou-, :'~" s mmm~m m mmmmmmmm dane. I~i-~'~.~ will be stricklv on I t,0unTv t,oun--- In m n.-. m o I nced this week by the Jefferson [ Persons, v.miaung, these .ru}es "-- ~" " I! I J. I-1~11 tJIV~ 1 ~ancl regutauons wzu oe czteu for m Among the honored guests who [ a volunteer basis and no child [ ~ 3 I County Court as fol ows: Iffu It ~' will be present are: John Green, [ will be given the vaccine without [ FROM PAGE ONE I. l . I Dumping hours will be only I contempt. ot me t~ounty uourt ~t ml li u mm District Governor, Nathan Heck- [ the consent of the parents [ present year. J Assomnon i from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m ancl I and may de tinecl up to $50.00, in ~ ~ ~ m~ v t ore o Elton - there will be no dum in at all addition to other penalties pro man: Lieutenan .G thor; ] President James Davis, who pre [ The County Court stated they I [ c, n~. P g [,[,led h, t~,:, West Xrir~,ini aCode: ~neuey, iormer ~strict ~overnor I sided for the meeting, informed [ are endeavoring to provide the OAmm,~l, ~ |s~,t|t, lahmt,a I . .1"=:" ? -:= ~ : " ,~m m l~ari ~ainnien, ~auonai uirector, I +h,~ ,- ~mh.r~ ~hat he A.wi I be in [best uossible service to the citi-)ll~l~l a ~ll a~liilul~ II The tollowing items are nUll xne t~ounty t~ourt, wu, not t)e m i m|l ml m" Edward Morgan, Zone Governor |Cha eot,n on A ril 1 to ottend [zens of Jefferson County within I permitted to be dumped at the lresponslble for fire damage or,/I II IIIII li v - The re ular monthl meetin - - mm mm N mm mm~ ~m and the officers of each club ]n [ I the tax structure of West Vir. [ g Y g Landfill" Dead animals and live-[accidents. a nearing de, ore me west vlr- of ehe Jefferson x~oun uemo- ~, the Zone. [-inia Public Service Commission tgin[a" Of the total budget of $374, ) ~ ~ . ty ^ ~ :- stock, junked automoui~es or All commercial haulers must be * I I ~iied~'~t+ ------ meetmgThXs" will. for servenew aScluba officers.training' '. ed n bythetherateGeneralmCrease" Telephonebemg' requeSted m wt11139"00'.' t belt razsedZSe" a azt" CinfromPat fundsl$2 Calcomm'98taxes'00 th:mth~." CoUptweek. HUU~TJae "'Coun~cyTUeSda~Cour'" "'~t pments'arts there f" lunked farm lmple- . j = .=.= === There will also be a short bum- nanv of the Southeast He urged wxhther m n g g --.+,o+ ~h~[~ 0~:HARDISB (Jr ueSn u~ee~mt~ ~ux t,~ ~u,= at.- lathor momhor~ nf t ha Chamber Itru"' "'~ ea,-so ~,~ ,= --, / ,-,~ .~. . ~. ,L leers. " n e r county offices and the balance uem~erats ~rom uzrougmou~, i.e. , to join him m the trip a d app a ri f th r County as numerous items of znt- USE The Shenandoah Junct,on Club I ~-*,-,~ ~o~iooio- I due from the She ff or e p e-I I .PnlITEK TTt ~ m~m m I".'-'~ ~.v ~, ,~ ~o I--- --+ --'---. retest Ix) erie organizationwere l myra----- mmm. m minim Will flOSt %no (~lnner program. . VIOUS IlSCal yt~Lr "~ "" f'ic rs sai" this will be Davis also called attention to I [discussed l almlmA.mmlm#~pl Im~mqm~ NA-(: 0 5 mml i m I~,m ttur~tan o t e a " "1 ram in ' " ) an opportumty fo Rur n 0 ANNUUNt, I:IVlL" 15 . . r ita s t a Spring C can-Up prog Roger J Perry, Delegate to the mo,~* *i~a,~i -, f,r 1~7nJeffersonCounty and reported [ Sc~! BOard-=- ]State Legrslature gave a most on- . ||flHl~ ~H|iT~ -1 [ gh Pig po that booklets were available con li Ce n re rt o~ ~e last - = ~ bm~lumum~'mmmmm"k'm~m FOR J:ACTl:m M amm. ,****, ~ taining names of young peopleI FROM PAGE 1--A ~session of the legislature, point- BOARD Of EDUCATION FITS ~14UU ~,OUI~--- in the county whose service would [ at $59.931.00 this yedr as agahast ing out the anany and varied ] I am a candidate for the For Its More' PRO ~' + + be available to help with the pro- [ $131,400.00 l~st year. Some of the [ WOblems in our state. + Jefferson County Board of Edu- After Costs That You FROM PAGE l--A ject. Davis also called attention[mtmey iz)cluded in ~h+is deparf-I The organization w~!l hold cation from the MlddlewayCan ENJOY- every six years the U. S. Public to copies ot a report on the act- i ment s budget for the eurrerrt morrthly meetings througnout the n~+ ~t ~,h+,~,t t. t,~ ~t' th, PHONE Or WRITE Health is attacking the problems iv[ties of the Eastern Panhandle year +includes funds spent for County with April's meet[dig in ."2+"'.~' P~i"t"~a~" "Eleet~on+. i" w'i'll ~ay tz m ry this ),ear with a campaign to make Soil Conservation District Of West additions to elementary schools Shel~herdstown. " M.R. BEACHLEY Rubella as rare a disease as is Virginia for the year 1969. He in- over and above the amounts up- John Ott, Vice-President of the appreciate your vote and support. Charles Town, W. Va. polio. This mass innoculatlons of trodueed George R. Heidrich, of proved in the bond levy. . orga~zatton and Chtirman of the MIDDLETOWN, MD. + children in the +younger ages Charles Town, chairman of the The Board also adopted the Membership Conm~ttee, made aWILLIAM R. DORSETT rill D groups is exl)ected to do this. He District, who spoke briefly on the same tax levy ra~e as for last distribution of membemlfip cards Kearneysv/lle, W. Va. 301-371-5342 No Samuel Street -- ial i Feb. 36-May 7-(Pd. Pol. Adv.) said the vaccine is not recommend Soil Conservation work pointing year. ~t is Class I property, 42.95 to those present in order ~a~ i Feb. 12-TF ed for women who are pregnant, out that while in the past this )or $100.00; Class II, 85.9 per they may contaot new members. I I J