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..... ' safely get on RouCe 340. The" residents of Washington Heights will receive the benefit m m of weekly garbage collections which is now at ,the very low fee PUBLISHD EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. of $5.00 a year. This is cheaper BY THE JEFFERSO'N PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC Charles Town, W. Va. which I now reside because I sin- 1)hun the cost of gasoline in haul- " April 13, 1959cerely and honestly believe it will ing your garbage away in your car. "''~':: ~;. ~ .84~" . . D VO~ A T ~ ~ S~ . . L . . .~D , ~ 8~ r Mr" Max Brown' Editor benefit Charles Town and I :feel ..oWeWl;lth~fothe benefit of local - .,, morany omig~vtea to suppor~ a ~, P -. :o ..,PINED MARCH I 1948 iSplr=~ of Jefferson-Advocate program that will make Charles We will' have a voice in the city ........ ~ i Charles Town, W. Va. Town a bebter community government. We will elect men MAX BROWN. EO,~OR Dear Mr Brown" I shall endeavor to enumerate and or women to the council that OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREKT ---- TELEPHONE =Z2 I have read carefully the news a few of my reasons for favoring will direct our city to a 'better columns regarding the" Boundary the extension of the boundaries, communJty:.The councilmen ~',hat SERVING JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR 1|4 YEARS AND READ BY MORE Extension in the issues of April The proposea new boundaries we elect wm nave a say in semng THAN 20,OO0 PEOPLE EVERY WEEK. 2 and April 9 of the Spirit of include both race ~racks. The tnat tne proposa;s o~ vne presen,t " ___ Jefferson-Advocate and also the state law provides that every such council regarding Washington ENTZ. o A SECOND --L* .... INotice of Special Election in the race track located within a mun- Heights are carried out. s ~ ss MATTEa AV THS J'osvorr~cE m ~HARLS TOWN ~ ............... B'" bein~ in Charles Tow- w- w. w.. UNOZ. V"Z ACT O~ MARC, 3 1879 last is'sue. In the event of such an lcmpal.lty s.nm! De ~axeo oy_ ~nas .... ~ ~ .... .... -: = ' " - ....... municipality a~ tne ra~e of $250 00 Wln oe englme ior suos~anlal re- t annexamon ~nere nave come vo ......... Wb=~KLY N[WSp~,pER ~EP~ES~b4TAT VES NC tmy mind certain moral obliga~- for.each racing day. There are 200 oucmons .m nre .!.nsurance. ai~ " " ions which would develop there-racing d~ys In1959 at the local prope_~y~n _W. es~ vlrglnla mcatea .; .f~m ...... 'r~cks. .... These zoo pays ol rain. g uey~uu, bile Clty IIIII1LS IS now in- u ,:~ b :ug - $'3 -~" 3 sure:, m Cl=~ss 19. Property w~thin o~ec~C~ce,~:~t,k:~,~ [~ o~c):o~l: a "year in revenue for (Jharics the city limits and within 1.000 Z_ ~ ,~,~"'mu'm~.,,~.~c ,p~ui~,~cu Town In addition municipal prop feet of an approved fire plug is in- resmen.ma~ areas w~mm me ooun " ' ' 'sur d N A I ~ ~ ~ A L D I I 0 R I A L ~11~ .............. i er~y tax on the tracks should bring I e at Class 7. The difference a f~ r- ~ ~Y~| I a t-~ %, caries oi ~ne ~own, provloeo s~at i- -- om-,,~+ ~-- o~ooo ^f ~ nan in the rates is very s-,bst-,nti-I I [A$(Sj~CIb~tT O1~ ~'/I ~{~-~I,~ i idehmte advantages would be gum;00 a .... ,~,~,-,~; .... ,~,~ - ]Class 7 on a frame dwelli-= ~ [;:::TeL~[:~I I ~:7 %./ ~.~ ~ ~t L~_~ ~_ # :e by ,those areas and provided: .......... ]over ~4 00 a th ......... " ~ " - ~ ~'.~tJ itha, .h^ r_s,~^_._ ^,..~ ......... moun~ oi vne assessmen~ i canno~ I ~ . uu~nu vileaper " " - ~ I.~....,..^ ,, , ,. .............. help but beheve ~hat Charles l b e same house in class 10 I r ssion h ..... }Town will benefl,t substantially by[I ck dwelling ~s $2.00 p e , owever, irom me las~I ' ch this tremendous increase m reven caper than the same house in ALL SU~$CRI~IONS DELIVERSO IN THE STAT AR SUBJECT TO 2~ CONSUMERS issue of ~he paper that the only as - ^- -- ~cl""= "" ~ ................. sA~s Tax. suncm~r~ON Sa.SO P~. vAa N ADVANCe. sured advanta-e to those areas ue. .'or over za years ~ne race [ a.~ .tu. /:)o111~ i1uub~ Will qualriy .... ~ . I track has benefited from Charles Iaria every house would qualify Thursd ., .a:a Iw~l~tiges ?n~am~Jns_u_r~.nce. r~e ]Town at no tax cost-let Charleswith ~the improved water system. ~, .'~gL~ ~u~ x~o~ I u u ~w.~ mtr~ u~ ~m ITow,, n,,~ ho,,~~+ .... ,~ .....IAII property will dron to -1~ a obher hoped-for improvements 1 ~.o ~t.o hmmediatelv urmn ~-+a~i-~ ~h~ UP! I~! ~th! l#~le! [would be dependent upon monies ~'~; ........ |city bound/tries=and 1~s'in"i-~:,~ ~a-m~m ~mmmm=r| #received from a ~urth^r "^- ~,,, I i oeneve ~ne council ol ~naries ~ ' 11 b3t~l'l IIl,~/o'i Vi, lbL, ..... ' . =, _~=.-. um [Town to be honest land sincere In [is a substantial reduction. Check wmcn has no~ yet passea tne l~eg-ithelr proposed water project. They [Your ,insurance and see how much Jefferson County one of the smaller counties in tbe[''Wh le I do not minimize the im [ha eranpt nytoab Y e nhginleCra [YLwial d]aVetaxe State With a population of less than eighteen thousand Iportance of insurance rate reduc-/have subm+ ted a program oI im-Istitu~ioan c~n~roleS'tl~'ene~mtoau~et~r~ ...... it represents, population-wise, but a small percentage of /tins, yet !.n view of the uncer- [provements that will give an ade- [tax that can be levied by a mun- +ho ~.~o ~,,~ -f l- e -T fer on ~,,.h, ho~ ........ ,.~ [.m~.nw ~ other a~v~nmges ~o ~ne ]quate supply of water to all of icipality. This amount for a house of r-~l -ow^r In" *he ---* "* -l~-'- "- "~- ~: .... . :_~ ..--- _...__ ] ........... en~ ai areas to oe mcmaed, is. Charles Town and to Washington" [In whmh, you reside' ~s' 25c a hun- vv, p t~ ~ p~t~ a~ p ~yu ~u t,n~ zm~tncizu ~z-uc~ure ]no~ ~ne real ~ssue a~ stake snm~ ca [Heights Adequwte not only for a |tired or $2 50 a t'housand of as- of the State. The State operates on an annual budget of ]Char)es Town's :becoming an an- !bath but for fire protection-some- [sessed valuation. As you know, slightly more than one hundred million dollars a year. nex ~o two race.tracKs..witn sucn [ thing ~hat the people on Wash- [property is assessed very low with a ..... ;.~,--~-..n.. +t, ......... ~ ..4, .t._. ~....~.^~ ; ........ ....~ la mrge pro?ormon oi ~s income ]ington Heigh%s do not ~have. There |the majority of the residents on ~r~ppx~aa~a~a~ vH~ p~x~aa~ ~- ~xtab ~uu~v ~ ~uaavvunto Oe usea for pnyslcai lm~rove-, ....................... ..... ~, are nomes on wasmngon l-ie~gn~s wasmng~on timgn, ts assessed low for In fees derived from horseracmg, and approximately men.ts being derived .from these Iwhere at times durin~ ~the day n~ [er bhan .2 ~q fm %~ .~ ..... ~o~ sources Will not the citizens of more h ............ ~...,.. _. ,_~. ~. half of that three percent comes directly out of Charles I th to' ~ _. . [ t an a drop of water w`ill ]ticket. If your property is :assessed _~.._.q~-~ With,, th~,,~ adaition a new race r-ck. ...h'~r'~.~ ..~.--[~ e : wn nave ..a..crrespnmgiY. ' I come from a faucet. A person can |~t $1,000.00 your addition w~ll be grea~er responsmmCy Ior vne soc- wait on 'h .... ferson Cou y a be depended on to take on a greater lal and .moral welt-being of its[ nt c n v e water if he orfly $2.50, at $2 000.00 ~t wil lbe $5 00 burden In meeting the State s fmancml obhgatmns, veop e. [the house is on fire This will be The State Constitution limi,Lq th~ ..... As " '- .............. The point to our observation on thin is that the m- a former social worker within [corrected by the new water lm- tax on personal property to 50c ......... ~ - ,-~ - .~,- ,, .... Charles Town and Jefferson Coun [provements for the program calls a hundred It is needless to say creasea aCElVll~y flere irl deiIerson,couple~ Wlbn L[le ~ul- . . H~i~,~A ; .... ~,~A ; ..... ~-,~,-~ + .... ~, ~t,,, ,. ^,u- ty I have .been made aware of [for a fire plug wibhin 1.000 feet ithat personal property ~s assessed .... ' some of the moral and social prob of every home. I might add Chat lat a fraction of i*ts actual value good county of Jefferson oughtto have and needs in- lems attendant upon a race track [this ean'~ be done over night but and you can figure your addition creased rollcen " =rotectlon.n " Some few .years back we a i- culture. What moral resources and [,tt will be done. [ by referring ,to your ~tax tinker" and ........... ,_ 1_:_ _= ,,__ social agencies do the people of [ The council proposes to install [use 50c per hundred m~ea ior increasing ~ne memoersmp o~ Lne iota] ue~acn- Charles Town hay ..... str " li ............ " e ~o cope wren eel g ncs on wasnmg~on rim-[ I-Iowever your taxes can be more ment from two to three members A short time later such problems? Before automati- ghts. This is essential now Ch~t'than offset ,b,, the -~.~, oH~ ;. the membership was increased front two to four. qhe ny voting for annexatmn `it we have ,~he high school in our vm]r lnsursn~ v.,, ~ ........ ..... n might be well to know the answers section and children wH,1 be going c~l-r ....... , ......... time for an additional increase ]s at ha d. Commencm ............... ose to the actual value b t ^,,. ~-.. ~ .... 1....1 ~...1;~...,.. ~. ...... ,^~ ,.. 1. .... .t.^';g to these quesuons. ~e~ it not De ]to Gnu Irom scnooi evenus m ~ne .are assessed for tax ,~'v~UesY~ hands: full w th the advent of nlght racing here Follow- plum" may have a very bitter ] Tramc within our section will )Y-- -[r_actlon or actual value.. . . ~ ' . ~L~Ull~Li'kb your insurance agen~ ano ing that there will be a long sessmn of day racing. And re. - I be under ,the control of ~he c;ty you will readily see the differen ii " " ~ Sincerely yours if we come within the city limits " Ii the force we have here is simply not big enough to cope ' ]'eft so .... :co. i ' with the added burden. . Patty A. Mitchell I a er o nane, jepuen h: a ,be~er Canmmakl;Cha~l&Towna If Jefferson is to be a ma]or source of state income in Charles Town W Va ]for years The council proposed to 'se'v ........ "~ " s !the future the State owes "the people of this county a April 14:19"59 "[SlOeWdd:a~en ~ohis itoramct . ma safe we ?il~~~et l~ys3n(~oCn~. iiijdebtinstateservices. The firstinstallmentis lobe found Mr. MaxBrown [sPf. for+h ...... asstatedbyMr. PaulCa`in "ares in increasing the membership of the local detachment of E ia lre nA c ilive and trave "along:"Je erson imdesntt oftJ~ff:J~nn A~enue ,a,~d a the Department of Public Safety Help po ce ' Z' +. ' " n Avenue The Council proposes to ...... ~- .... s. , [.~ven ..... L~ear ~ir" , .... : ....... ~ ~__ ~*~ ~rlJ~"~c~ z~n glves us novning , ,mr , , .~,-~r.,;a., ' "" .~ Ilns~all ,~ranlcc on~ro~s a~ ,~.,= ,.- we would be n -- "" " + +H r+ O 66. O This year, with a wide choice of de- signs, Americans have made their minds up overwhelmingly lot the spectacuhr 59 Ford. Ford has the classic simplicity that people of good taste prefer,, . wonderfully crisp and clean lines without brassy ostentation, And just see how sensible this beauty really is. Discover how Ford is built for people. Notice how the extra-wide doors open all the way out.. , make it easier to enter. See how all six passengers-even the man in the middle-have the comfort of full-depth euslfions. There's plenty of leg, lfip, and head room, too. Of course, every inch of every Ford is built [or savings. Ford's standard engines, Six or Thunder- bird V-8, thrive on regular gas, sav- ing you up to $1.00 per tankful Ford's new aluminized muffler is built for double life. You can save on oil, too . . . for Ford needs a change only each 4000 miles. And Ford's Diamond Lustre Finish never needs waxing. With all this new beauty and economy, is it any wonder Ford's out front for '597 Come see the car acclaimed by all America . . . now on display at ycur Ford Dealer's. II 11 Come in for a free copy of the color- illustrated booklet "Station Wagon Living" I I , , I I F.D,A.F. .... I IBI sincerely and honestly support this project that will do much ,for Charles Town-a ,fine community ,that can be made muh better with the addition of Washington Heights." Shirley M. Hunt Charles Town, W. Va. April 14, 1959 A Step In The/ Right Direction- IMr. Max Brown, Edi~r ,Spiri~ of Jefferson Cltarles Town, W. Va. Dear Mr. Brown: Much interest ~has been manifes ,ted regarding .the coming election Tuesday, April 21st when ,the City of C,harles Town seeks to extend its cooperate li,mits. After attending numerous meet ,ings and listening to discussions, it seems to me the advant@ges of belng incorporated in,to ,the town greatly overshadow any disadvan- tages connected with the issue. The Council has patiently point ed out ~hat by incorporating the proposed area ci,tizens in Chat lo- cality can expect much lower in- surance rates, more, police 'protec- tion, adequate street lighting, weekly garbage collections at $5.00 a year, Improved water service and much additional revenue to Che ,town. On ~he other hand what has the opposition to offer in .the way of ,a basic platform? Frankly it is a hard question to answer because no really valid reasons were even brought up in any meetings that I a tA~ended. I Charles Town `is to continue ,to grow and prosper it needs the ~roposed area and ~ice versa. A vote yes to incorporate is a vote cast for good community coop oration ~nd betterment of q.he com muni~ty as a whole. This is a good section of the state to live in. The citizens have an opportunity to make it a bet- ~ter one. James P. Morison Jefferson Avenue Charles Town, W. Va. By Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs, John Pope ,and two childcen of Bolivar were visi- tors Friday evening wt~h ~he for mers parertts Mr. and Mrs. Maur- ice Pupe and daughters. Mrs. Edward Costello of Loud- oun Heights, Va. sper~t Friday wi~h .Mr. ~nd Mrs. Edwin Cleven- ger. Mr. and Mrs. William Trail ,and sons of ~ollvar, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Earl Pear, her and sons of Hall- town were Visitors with ~the family Sunday evening. Mrs. Clevenger cor~tinues to Improve af, ter being qui~ iudisposed over ,the week- end. 'Mrs. David Penwell and daugh- ter, Judy and Mrs. ,Nathaniel Grey Jr. shopped in Martinsburg Wednesday .afternoon and enroute home visited Mr: and Mrs. Robert Whitmore and family .near Char- les Town. Mrs. Winerd Bowers spent the weekend ~v~th ~er sis~r Mrs. Mar ~aret Dove ~n ~Vinohester, Va. and on Sunday they,were dinner guests .of +their brot~er.in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pope in Clear- brook, Va. :Kcn nobll Wilt of Harpers Perry accg~paaied by Wayne McAboy !was in Pittsburgh, Pc. Saturday SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS on business. A :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strickler and 4--- THURSDAY, dau,~hters Joan and Barbara of Berryv~lle, Va. were visitors Sun- social hour, the hostess assisted leave, following a day evening with Mr. and Mrs. by her daughter served delicious ion. Elmer Wright and son, refreshments Mesdames Mrs. Bill Bowers and son St,- Mr .and Mrs. Charles Grey were Elmer Wright, phen of Charles Town spen,t Sun in Winchester, Va. Friday on bus- erd Bowers ano 'ct day with Miss Elsie Edwards. Mrs. iness and also visited the lat~r's teaded the Dis~n Anna Longerbeam, her son-in-law mother Mrs. Vergie Rumbarger the Women of th and daughter all o,f Bolivar also Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Grey and Church Tuesday a vlsi,ted at the home. daughters Carla and I3~nna were terian Church in Mrs. Paul Mills was in Martins dinner guests of Mrs. ~umbarger Mr. Ramcn Grey bttrg Thursday where she ,attend and her daughter Miss Betty Rum ni,fer Grey visicea ed the Spring Meeting of Group burger, in-law and sister : III, Shenandoah Baptist Associat Dinner guests Sunday of Mrs.Mart!n ~" ~"' ~rimes on~ ion at ~he 2rid Ba, ptist Church. Nathaniel Grey, Jr. and family wna~ les own ~ww,~ Mrs. Donald Frye of Charles were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli CARDET~B Town was a sttpper g ~e~t Satur- day of her brother-in-law and sis- and family of Millville and Mr. _... ter Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse. Harry Dinges, Miss Suzanne Grey HAM TO LELANU Mrs. Rose Courtney, Mr. and was an overnight guest Saturday The C~rdette Cl~ Mrs. Henry Mc.Kee of Ranson of the Ranallis. awarded their cou -,~re ~+.~er "uests ,Sunday +of Mr. Master Michael Simons of Char April 10 at ,the ~ir and Mrs. Mars.h.all McAboy and les Town spent bhe weekend width to Mr. Leland ~u~ sons. O~her visitors wi~h t:he faro his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Town. of ily during the day were Mr. and Will,Jam Hock. This was one Mrs. Eddie A'l-ralt and daughters, Mr. Alec Co~tello returned to sponsored by ~the his work at Valley Board Corp. on money ,to purchase~' Mr. Charles Y~l,$h of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Courtney of Boll- Tuesday after a seven week s~ck t'he town of RanS0~. var Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bowers 'and son Bruce and Mrs. Earl Pea PUBLII', SALE, .her and sons Clifton +and Allen shopped in W~nchester, Va. Friday evening. Mr. Wallace O~t and children of Mi.llville spent Tuesday and Discontinuing Housekeeping I will sell at Public Wednesday ~vibh Wallace's parents Following Articles, located on Jefferson Avenue, just 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O~t and as- sisted ~hem wibh repairs on ~heir Road No. 340, also about Vz mile East of Charles ;home. Va., on Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and her son- in-law Mr Alec Costello were SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 19~i dinner guests Thursday of :Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milton near Char BEGINNING AT 10':00 O'CLOCK A. lVl. ]es Town. , I~ Miss Jennifer Grey spen+ :the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, t weekend w~th her ,brother and sis Two Double Iron Beds with springs and mattreS~ ~ Cer-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grey !~nd daughter Miss Donna p:: ;?d :~tti:e:g :::=7~i.:a5k Cihn2tg ~ D:aC;$r~, *~ Grey was an ovevrLigh~ guest Fri- e o daYrey.Of her cousin Miss SuzanneChest, Very Old; Mirror, Very Old; Oak Table, SP~,r~$m~ OPfc James ~. Pope ,and Pfc. aire, like new; I. H. (3. I)eep Freeze, A-1 shape; Tony'A. Gregory of 8th and I St. vision, like new; Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine ~ :Marine Corps, Barracks, Washing-Vacuum Cleaner, 4-Burner Oriole Gas Stove, EleCtric "i :ton, D. C. were Friday overnightHeater, Power Mower, Westinghouse Washing MalUIr i~ guests of ~he formers parents Mr. 'and Mrs. Maurice Pope and da ~- Wardrobe, Desk, Library Table, 2 Small Stands, 2 Fl0 ghters. 2 Table Lights, Ironing Board, Kitchen Stool, KAtcher Circle Meeting Kitchen and Utensils, Pots and Pans, Some China ;I Fourteen members and one visi- Porch Glider, Trunks, Clothes Basket, Pictures, Boo~ .~ ter were ,present Monday evening when the Presbyterian Circle met ions, Bath Room Scales, Tool Chest and Tools, :~ip at the home of Mrs. Edwin Clev- Pistol, 22 Repeater Rifle, Vtse, Garden Plow, Wh{ '~i enger. The chairman, Mrs. Nath- Snow Shovel, Rake, Step Ladder, Some Lumber, LotS ~: aniel Grey, Jr. opened ,the meet- ing Wi,~h prayer. Mrs. lV~arshall Mc Articles that are not mentioned. Aboy, Secretary read the minutes TERMS:---CASH. and had roll call. The chairman made several announcements. :Miss Sharon Clevenger ~made a MRS. MARY V. brief prayer, before the lesson April, "The New Community of PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer. Love" ~aken .from I Peter I:22-2- C.W. MOORE, Clerk. 3, was discussed 'by Mrs Alec Cos April 16 and 23 - 2t. ~tello..',Mrs. Clevenger closed the meeting w.ith ,prayer. During the !: money Y i"The accuracy of the mixture of materials in ORTHOCIDE 34Vay and the simplicity of mixing in my spray tanks saves me time and moneY- 'during application," reports Jack Garst, manager of the Occarmeecl I Orchards at Boones Mill, Virginia (pictured 6n left of ORTHO Fieldu Bill Hawk). "And with the excellent scab control I've been getting w u" .ORTHOCIDE 3-Way Mix, this means extra profits to me." Don't delay--start an ORTHO program today! This report is just one of hundreds received from leading fruit grower# who have found that ORTHOCIDE (eaptan) in an ORTHO prograr~ has improved color, finish and keeping qualities of their fruit. This out" standing fungicide ORTHOCIDE (captan) provides exceptionally ~ ORT14 i particle sizes, better sticking and wetting agents. Ask your nearest Fieldman how ORTHOCIDE in an ORTHO program can increase yotg crop profits, tool Holping the World Grow Better ~iliforn]a Spray.Chemical Corp.. A subsldlaryof California Chemical Co.,133 Kings Hwy.Ealt, Hd TM'I RI{I. U.I. PAT. OVF,~ O~HO, OI~tHO~IDI There is an ORTHO Fioldman in this area to help you,," Phone right now;'.,, WILLIAM CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Call Skyline 3.7561 /