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WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN. W. VA. BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING FOR REACHING THEBUYING POWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS FOR MORE THAN 116 YEARS. READ EVERY WEEK BY MORE THAN -- 20,000 PERSONS -- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. SECOND CLASS POWI'AGE PAJD AT CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BPIRIT E~I'ABLISHED 1844 -- ADVOCATE ESTABLISHED 1885 COMBINED MARCH 1, 1948 MAX BROWN, EDITOR OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREET -- TELEPHONE 2.22 NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES. INC. 404 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 18, N. Y. ATLANTA --- CHICAGO --- DETROIT ~ LOS ANGELES ALL SUBSCRIPTION8 DELIVERED IN THE STATE ARE SU~E~ TO 3~ CONEUMER8 SALES TAX. SUEICRi~ION ~3.80 PER Y~R IN ADVANCE. MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL EDITORIAL Thursday, April 27, 1961 THE CUBAN QUESTION There is no easy solution for President Kennedy in de- ciding what to do about the Cuban question. If this na- tion should intervene unilaterally thel will be public out- crys of Yankee imperialism. If we do not intervene the Cuban menace will in all probability grow and grow until the situation will be intolerable from the standpoint of the security of this country. There is a course of action available to the President short of actual armed intervention. When the security of this nation is at issue we cannot be unduly concerned about whether or not our course will meet with popular approval. The course we suggest is that the President convene a meeting of the Amet'ican states and let it be known that unless they support this nation in applying economic sanctions on Cuba we will have to reconsider the :: whole Latin American aid program. In addition we should advise the European and Asiatic nations that are leaning so heavily on us for foreign aid that unless they follow a similar course we shall be obliged to reappraise the aid program as it applys to them. Admittedly, this course Of action may make the insolent Castro even more dependent on his Russian and Chinese cronies. But the further he leans in that direction the greater the chance that the Cuban people will rise up and throw off the chains of - tyranny that bind them. This course will not,be popular in either Latin America or Europe and Asia. But it is necessary, and it is high time the United States flex its muscles and leave public opinion to take its own course. The world respects strength, : even though it may not like it. The time has come for - Uncle Sam to use it. U.S. scienusts find Soviet Laborites quarrel among selves hopeful on arms talk. , over Polaris base. q I II I I I I I i i~ i '' 1 'i '' P " " , I , . {ILl I K NI IIW W. Memm DNESS outdors. And yet how often do we 15eople can be kind. Everyone bother .... with so simple and inex- knows that. But what so few peo- penmve a thing as saying a kind ple stop to take notice of is what word to one another, There is not kindness can mean. A month ago a uay tha~ we non t meet hun- I asked Max Brown, the editor of j ureus of.people trying to do his this paper, to remove me from or her job as best he or she the staff temporarily. I felt tired, 'knows how. We are all so eager felt like I had nothing to say, and, to jump on people when they felt that it didn t matter whether stumble and fall and when they make mistakes. But do we do the I said anything or not. I didn't opposite: do we tell people when give Max that reason. I told him a number of other matters were they are doing a good job? It pressing me. Frankly, I was try. might be the grocery clerk. It ing to gradually ease out. For the might be the mail ma~. It might first time since I had begun news be the motorist who shows us paper work I felt I had corhplete- courtesy on the highway. It might ly lost the one thing you have got be the cop who helps us get a- to have to stay in the game: en. cross the street. ough conceit to believe that some All of us make mistakes. Jen- one cared whether you wrote ]nings Randolph once told me--- something or not. I don't want to and I never knew him to be more pretend that I suddenly became sincere or more humble--that blessed with an overwhelming there was never a day that passed humility. The mood I felt was that he didn't make some mis- more of dejection and depression, take. There are a lot of us who I suppose everyone, whatever his business, gets that feeling at onetime or another, the feeling of "what's the use". Why go on sticking your chin out week after week? Not that I had become sen sitive to criticism. On the con- trary, that was one of the things that prompted me to quit. There wasn't enough criticism. If peo- ~le were agreeing with everything wrote then there was no need to write. After the first two weeks I be- gan to get inquiries as to whether I had quit. I hedged. Similiar in- quiries were put to Max. He hed- ged. Most of the inquiries had one thing in common: the persons making them didn't always agree with everything I said, but they "enjoyed reading the column." So, to the chagrin of those who may have thought they were at long last rid of a plague, 1 have bad news: I'm back. The depress- ion that has plagued me has be- could use that spirit of sincerity and humility. Before we pass jud gment on the mistakes of the next fellow we'd better run down our own list first. If we must be sadistically critical, let's start first with ourselves. I hope I will be pardoned for this very personal column this week. It's my way of expressing my thanks to the people who have! been kind to me. I hope that 1 can be worthy of that kindness, and the best way I know to show it is to ~ere and now resolve that i'm going t~.be a little more kind to others in the days ahead. Next week this column will be back to the political wars. Mn. Daisy Frith Charles Town. and Mrs. $. E. Hoyle, Mrs. Elmer SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r r.as Hoyle and Miss Charlotte Hoyle 4---A THURSDAY, APRIIJ THO~ J. I~ACK'EY all of Gaithersburg, Md.; Ben ..... Thomas J. Lackey, 70, a resi- Brodoviz and George D.,Benedum dent of Charles Town, died Wed of Harrisburg, Pa.; Julian A. Ev- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby Sun-I Miss Dorrene Gag~ nesday in Charles Town General erly, Mrs. Douglas Ways and Mrs. day. J ington spent the vJ Hospial after an illness of about Harry Cooper of Winchester, Va.; Jimmy Mahoney of Reedson J her parents Mr. and a year. Mrs. Charles Isreal, Adelphia, Md. spent the weekend with his class J Gageby and brother The deceased, for many years Guy McKee, Washington, D. C.;mate Charles Welty. I Mr Mar n 1~ w I The Harpers Ferry an employee of the Powhatan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fultz, Mr.s. y E g ~ _ho has own ....... in Brass and Iron Works of Ranson and Mrs. John Schindel, Mrs ...... ]nora a DaKe sam ea ant1 operama a grocery store iAuto Store Window was born Dec. 2, 1891, in Upper- Hugh Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. at Reedson for several years has lApri1 29 starting ville, Va. a son of the late Wil- Robert Miller, Jr. all of Hagers- discontinued business and old her J Sale will be lots liam Lackey and Sara Jacobs Lac town, Md. key. He is a member of the Bap- entire stock to Mr. and Mrs. Nor- J goodies such as tist Church of Charles Town. val Jenkins who will take over|candy cupcakes, Surviving are his wife, Mrs. May 1st. ~olls e~c. Cyrus M. Lackey, Charles Town; By Mrs. Lena Ambrose two daughters-Mrs. Norman Reid, Purcellvilte, Va.; and Mrs. Will- Miss 2oyce~by spent the iam Stunkle, Ranson; three sons weekend in Charles Town with Thodore J. Lackey, Brunswick, Miss Becky Stumbaugh. SOUTH GEORGE STREET RANSON, Md.; Paul H. Lackey of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gifft and dau Va. and Thomas J. Lackey, Jr. of ghters visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud ', CharleSsusan Grim,TWn'charlesTW sisters-MrS.Town and lastGifftSunday.and family near Bakerton FRIDAY, APRIL,z8, 9( Mrs. Ida Pierce of'Maryland; and BEGINNING AT 7:00 O CLOCK P. two brothers-Robert D. Lackey, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cogle who St. Petersburg, Fla. and William has lived with hi~ father Mr. Os- Lackey of Upperville, Va. and car Cogle for some time is mov- five grandchildren and one great ing this weekend to Bakerton. 3.5 Outboard Motor, Power L wn grandchild also survive. Marion works in Baltimore. Motor 3/4 H. P. 1725 R. P. M. SALE EVERY FRIDAY For Further Information and CHARLES TOWN 7-R. H. and R. COMMISSION H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer. April 27- lt. Funeral services will be held Mr. and Mrs. Neale Ambrose from the Melvin T. Strider Colon and son of Charles Town visited ial Funeral Home in Ranson Sun his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. day at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Rus Ambrose Sunday evening. sell Urquhart, pastor of the Char Mr. John Fraiser has gone to les Town Baptist Church officiat- Charles Town to stay with his dau ing. Burial will be in Green Hill ghter Mrs. Lillian Keller. He had Cemetery in Berryville, Va. public sale Saturday and was al- so going to sell his property but MRS. LILLIAN STRIDE the bid was rejected on it. Mrs. Lillian Elizabeth Stride, 74 Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and a resident of Shephertistown, died daughter of near Charles Town Tuesday in King's Daughters Hos- were supper guests of his parents pital in Martinsburg, after an ill- ness of 10 weeks. Sh was born in Baltimore, Md. Dec. 15, 1886 a daughter of the late Nathan Eugene Stephens and |, Susie Malinda Morgan. Her hus- 1 band, Clyde Samuel Stride, died about 20 years ago. She was a member of the Methodist Chur- ch. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Bonsai Goodrich, Washing- ton, D. C.; four sons-Clyde Rich- ard Stride, Falls Church, .Va.; Roy Wilson Stride, Arlington, Va.; and MISS .THESE FOOD SPEOl/ _S I. Charles David and Arnold Cornel- gun to lift, and I no longer find t ins Stride, both of Shepherds- myself sitting and staring at the Dies Unexpectedly town. A sister, Mrs. Susie Renner I typewriter. All ready my mind is of Martinsburg; and 23 grand- beginning to catalogue" subjects Mrs. Daisy Anna Dunaway children and 28 great grandchild- PHONE 664 -- WE DELIVER -- RANSON, W. for future columns, lt's like corn- ling out of a bad dream. At first Fritts, 83, one of Jefferson coun ren also survive. i you aren't too coherent but the ty's most widely known and best Funeral services were held C.h.,oh ....ho.;..;...., r.n.. loved citizens, died unexpectedly from the Melvin T. Strider Sud- awa- and ,~ou kn,,-, that ~,~ o ~, a esaay morning o~ a neart ley Funeral Home in Shepherds- ........ ond~tmn m her apartment home town, this afternoon (Thursday) weeks, a zew morons, you 11 nave at 307 ........... the -Id zeal to sla,, *~ ~ ..... ;~ ~as[ wasnmgton ~[reeL at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Randall stead -f ru- ~,,,o,, ~,'--~ ~;.- wzdow of the late J. Wager Parsons, pastor of the Shepherds- ...... ~ ............ Frit " " " ......... " . ts, Mrs Daisy as she was town Methodist Church officiat- want ~o, ~nanK me numoer o~ familiarily known by the many ing. Burial was made in Elmwood people w.nove,snown sucn .Km~ hundreds of people she has be- Cemetery in Shepherdstown. ness ~urmg~ne pas~ mom.n. I friended down through the years, warn mem [o Know..mey ve g~ven had been living a retired life in REVISER me a new Jease on me. Charles Town since the Fall of The Reverend Claude Mitchell ..........'~ ............. ".:~**::~ In this experience, all most too 1959 when she resigned as Super- Hesser, 87-year-old retired Metho- :::~:~::~ .... ~:~:~: personal to w~ite about, 1 think intendent of the Jefferson County dist minister and former Jeffer- there is a messag~ each of u~ Home. The home was closed with son county resident died Monday~::{{~!!~~i~ ~ WOuld do well to remember, A hei' retirement. -: ':: in Roanoke, Va. following a longr ::;:::::;:i::: ::i:~.. kind word can work miracles, ltI The deceased was born March illness. can make you feel as big as all 3, 1878 in Green County, Va. a He had served churches in ~iiii ~ ...... ~i~iiii~i~}::~i ! daughter of the late Raleigh and I Staunton, Roanoke, Richmond:i~i:i:~i~i~ ~:~i:i;]~;~i~i~g:~:}~:: t Fanme L. Kennedy Dunaway. Shearid Alexandria, Va., Baltimore, :~:~:~:~:~ ~j~:~::~::~ came to Jefferson County while Md. and Romney .... ~:iii~i!ii~ .............. ~::::~:~ii~ii~!~ii~j~!~i~:' still a young person and in 1927 Surviving are his wife Mrs. she was named by the Jefferson Mary Williams Hesser, at home; ..... :::::~ .......... ~:::::::::~::~:~::::.:::::~ ~ ......... tendentCunty Courtof the tOcountyServe Home,aS superin-loca daughterWilkes Barre,MiSS'pa.Elizabethand a son,Hesser'Jam ...... :