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Easter Prooram Held Friday 7:30 Easter service will .day evening, April 8 Halltown Church of announced Tuesday 0 Snyder, pastor. Will also be Sunday morning at 10 service Evangelistic g at 7:30 F~ said the County Democratic exe- cutive committee is also cooperat ing in the project. Invitations have been extended to all national, state and county candidates who will be seeking office in the May 10 Primary ele ction, have been invited to attend This will be an informal party and the general public is invited to attend. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY the quota is not reached by the end of this current fiscal year, the county would be dropped from the present universal blood program. The county needs 292 pints of blood to reach it's quota and there is only one visit re- mainrig after the 21 day of April. With this visit Kathleen Yowell and Caleb F. Burns, Sr., will have reached their 7-gallon mark. Con- rad Hammann and Carl William Shenk will have reached their 4-gallon mark, Cleo Poole her 3- OAK HILL INN at Rippon, will, gallon mark and William E. re-open for business on Tmmday,[Shutts, Graham L. Bullock and April 12. | Evelyn Blackford will have reach. April ?-l-t-l l-fp. i ed their one-gallon mark, 'xral scenic beauty of the Shen- ~ndoah and Cacapon Rivers and for water quality control, and they continued to urge that the veople who live and own proper- ties along these rivers be given orimary responsibility for doing this. They feel that with some t~lanning and zoning, and with the cooperation of local and state governments it can be done, rather than by investing depart- ments of the Federal Govern- ment with power of condemnat- ion of land for scenic and recre- ational purposes. Those speaking for the Land and Rivers Protective Associat- till favors the furtherance of nrivate, local, state and federal efforts on a cooperative basis to assure clean rivers, with some zoning to protect both public ac- cess to the rivers for recreational and scenic purposes, and also private rights for the quiet enioy- merit of their farms, home sites, etc. During the nearly three hours of open discussion Friday after- noon which followed a series of talks dealin~ with various facets of the Potomac River Basin plan- ning and the Interim Report which has been prepared, most of the questions posed dealt with Shenandoah and Cacapon Rivers were included in the bill. Both Robert M. Paul. denuty assistant secretary of the Depart. men of Interior and Dr. Spencer H Smith. 3r.. seeretary of the Citizens Committee on Natural Resources, a, mzred the watherin that the "Wild Rivers Bill" will never become law as it is cur- rently written. They both deTared that the bql will die In the house com- mittee for this ~ssion of Con~. ress and when it is brought uv for consideration of the house It witl be almost an entirely new TURN TO PAGE 8-A Robert Cain William Perks~ T, L. Magaha. Gentle Tabh J. E. ,~aville Mrs. Virginia Wvsong, Dr. Dale Kev er W, W: Gran- thai, Pai ,e Wright. Mrs. 3ames Blue. Elmer V~ckers, Charles Whittington and W E, Hen haw. Following the election Burns thanked the officers and direct. ors. and e~,~e who hetned to make the 1.965 Fair a success. Announcement wa~ made at the meetin~ ~hat the Way#de Garden Clnb. w~th the cooneration of other Garden cluh.~ ~n the enunty, will be resoonsd le for handltne transients f6r the flowe show, held as a part of the Fair. Friday. Variable with som~ sunshine today, S0 to 55. Some cloudiness with lo~ve~t to mid-30's tonighL and the 50'~. ,Outlook for and ature~ 5 MPH this erly West to mPH tonigitt aim 15 to 18