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..... Mr. and Mrs. 3ack Boden I the date by which a candidate SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON " ~ : i~ F ~' l- , ,, , i ~-i ~ ] Mrs. Martin Glaize is a patient must have his name submitted if 4 --A THURSDAY, , in the Charles Town General Hos he is going ot run? Shouid not pital where she is having x-rhys the complete ticket be made pub" WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER I and also a rest. lic at least one month before the community at Kabletown. and coffee, as always t Mrs. Walter Glaize of Ranson election? At a recent fire in Kabletown are also just as ready CHARLES TOWN. W VA. L l~ ~ W. ~ ~ '' was among the group of ladies I also wonder if there are when we were forced Io spend 7 we are when a disaster 0 .... THE JOHN BROWN TRIAL ions that will have to be made. which attended the American Leg going to be any public issues that or 8 hours there, the people of pe occurrs. ,+ BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING I was asked to sit in last Satur- But for the most part the author ion Auxiliary convention held in we will be asked to vote for or that community pitched in to help I Sincere~ FOR REACHING THE BUY:NO POWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL day afternoon on the reading ofhas created the framework for Romney, W. Va. Mrs. Glaize was against. When will we know what particularly the women who were Kenny WillingM SURROUNDING AREAS FOR MORE THAN 11a YEARS. the first draft of the pi'op6s~d What p~ml~t~s to be a highly in- a Gold Star Mother. these issues are and what they in on hand all day with sandwiches, I ___Z____@_, "----'--script fr a play t be enacted teresting and authentic Wrk f KEA~LLE volvo? I for one cannot expect coffe and water, a task that they METHODIST WOMEN'I Thursday, May 4, 1961 here later this Summer which sacrtri Eveenveia?s Its J::st draft the to be an intelligent, concerned weren't asked, or expected to do. RUMMAGE SALE MAY -- --- will embody the highlights of the . p . . no upon nous citizen of the town unless I know For this reason Im sure Clark __ the isues and have time to give Furr and his men. from the IndepI The Charles Town ] ~R,L~',L,a, =.,,t- s-aam.~ trial of JOhn Brown. My pi~esence ot researcn ann gives a rare in. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead thought to both sides of the ques endent Fire Company, along with Church Wnrnon will h01~ VllNIIllh /lIP ~A//% was reouested bv Mrs Imo~ene sight into the things that made . in.1 1.1~ H:b ~rt~,~ Riely who is chairman "of a ['ocal the actual trial a mittter of such Miss Helen~, daughter of tion. all of us from the Citizen's Fire m'~-~"~l~ ~i"~r-'19"12 in t Let us have some answers to Company, would like to pay this in:~'~o~meriv"occuoled t committee in charge of this pro- immense and intense historical Mr. and Mrs. William Fellers is these questions that I have asked [ tribute to these fine people. [c,s p~nn~, Y~nm~nv In his speech to the press last week in New York ject It was Mrs Riely's view that importance. One cannot read an Visiting Mrs. Pearl Wiseihan at questions that I feel would be in ] In conclusion, I would also like I~re~{Va~hin~t~n"street President Kennedy called upon the news media of this an attorney should hear the script accurate portr tyal of this trial, Warrenton, Va. tzeh3 or in:r fwannY concerned citi-ito publicly thank our own hard ] ..................... " country to exercise a sort of self-discipline in the publi- in order that it might be ascer- such as Mrs. Healy is now pi'epar Mrs. Virgil Hamilton and dau- . . : working ladies in the Citizens l In Russia they have cation of facts pertaining k)_, national security, and pointed tained that it followed, with due ing, w lthout realizing two` things: ghter Pauline of Grafton, W. Va.. We need to show some real m- I Fire Company Auxiliary, who ] every hotel room--only d out that through the nation s press the Communist enemy deference to some dramatic !icefi JevOenf:rown .d to.pla tgn visited Mrs. Samuel Heinz lastterest, ...... In what happens here m" ]were also there with sandwiches I you. .... . so, stanaara anu accepter legal ~ ,, ,, ,,, ""Thursday. had gamed much reformation which, but for an uncen- .- t.~ ~e.elv.n ..... u" Jaonvar. uomeumes we oecomel sored press, it would have, ordinarily.had to spend mil- I proceaure.i must sav that m,) task wils falr"'~ ""Ytrlal'Vand ..... probably~'Y~'~as illeg-"" Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Frith an- too apathetic. For instance; I] ~ a lions of dollars to obtain He cited ~vlr usdce ~oimes~ -1 ". .... ~---- .... all.. convic~ "~ U~.h, ~.,~ nounce the marriage of their dau have been told and these figures]| ~ ml, ~ a~ il " " . :~great y mmplltlea by me ~aet ~ ............... w -*~ ghter Miss Sandra Frith and Mr. I am about to quote are subject ]11~ I ~ |[m ~1~ ~ famous dmta of more than forty years ago whereto Holmes I that the author Gf tlte scrint Mrs done a remarkable job of bring- said that in times of clear and present danger the priv-[Julia Davis Healy, who ma'-intains ing this all too little known as= Dennis Hartlove, son of Mr. and to correction since I could not ll r u 1-1Ll~kJ 1JdlL[--- ileged rights of the First Amendment must yield to the ]a residence at Media Farm three pect of the trial to the foreground Mrs. Edward Hartlove of Balti- have them validated, that in the Jl --~--,~m,= == ~, ~m~, more, Md. The wed(ling took last town election only about 60111 __ ' need for national security, and went on to point out that [ miles northeast of C~aarlles Town, I suspect that the major task plae~ in Baltimore last Friday. persons voted out of a registrat- [ II Having sold my home, I will sell at Public Auction the danger has never been more clear and its presence has exercised very little dramatic Confronting those who will be re- Miss Karen Potter, daughter of mn of about 360! Even if my fig [ I1 home, 2 miles North of Berryville, Va., on Route 340, ! never more imminent license and has chosen~ wisely, I sponsible for staging this produc= Mr. and Mrs. Harley Potter spent ures are incorrect I feel that they [I ~--mTrT, V.,--,r ,~--,r ~, ~"~'1 ~ A gtrnn~ ar~urnent'ean ho rn~do awain t the traditional ]think, to make the script conform tion will be one of casting. With seevral days last week with Mr. ............ show an unhealthy trend. If well ~k]kl'Ulgl)/~t_][~ l12-kI O~ 1~O :~ ...'a- 7..~.7.~-':~.,~--,-ff(,'~,,,~'~,,,+,,,~n ~+ ~v ,~ ..... ,~ .... ~,, [ to the sketchy record of the act- such a potent and intensely inter- and Mrs. Jack Walker of Shep- will not get out to vote then we [ 1 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (SII~ e,.u ~v.~u~v.,~.y ~.~.~.~,~ ~.~,~ ~,~ ,~ --~ .-.,- ,--,~--." ~ " ~ ........... estin sub'ect it would b a "" h ual trial wmcn occurrea at me g ] , e pity, sored press And there can be no doubt but that muc -o-'rt h- e ih C............... herdstown, must be ready to shoulder at leastl1 T~r~-~TTOTT~T~-~Tr~ TTn rTmrrr)E .... " . . .. .... . . . I u u ous naries zown one In my opinion, It me suostance oi ~nat nas appearea in ~ne press In ~ne pas nas been uselul ]hundred and two v*,ar~ n~,, Oh Mr.~ I4~alv'~ xtmrk wa.~ lo~f Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller and one half of the responsibility for l1 ll'Ut.)iOF.~l'lUl~l) 1~ UI~I~ llUl~ to theenemy. But atthe same t me sight .should not be [viously, Mrs Healy has wisely through inept performance. And, children and Mr. Albert and MeT- what happens or does not happen Ill 2 Pc. Living Room Suite (Foam Rubber Seats); 1 IOS~ OI tne iac ~na~ l~ is no~ only proper necessary tconcluded that there was enough if I may be so bold as tO venture edith Miller all of Martinsburg to our town. !~ Reclining Chair, One 9 x 12 WoOl Rug, One 9 x 12 IS that in a free society the people must know both the good [drama in the real trial without an opinion, Mrs Riely's commit- visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond When we are asked to vote one ]l Rug, 1 Combination 21-in. TV, Radio and Record 1" Miller on Saturday. month from now will we all be ]lI Platform Rocker, 1 Telephone Chair and Stand, 1 ~ and the bad if the society is to survive. One of the main [resorting to theatrics. For this I tee should use the utmost care in Misses Barbara Creamer, Mar- ...... l1 Stand, Several Stands, Two 4-Room Oil Heaters, mere~ Will we be able to cast 1 I criticisms Mr. Kennedy leveled at the Eisenhower Admin-[am persona!ly gratefu!,., since the selection of._the., cast and gie Boyd and June Hamstead an intelligent vote ior mayor, ~, ,h t d nlnrnble iob of acquaint-Imere is noming mat cnius my snoum even conslaer, n necessary 0 ...... a .......... [ ~ Couch, 1 5-Pc. Maple Dinette Set 1 t:lectrle Heater, ' A orican affairs I bones to the marrow more than importing semi-professional act- spent the weekend at Camp Pin- c uncll no any issue mat mlgnt ' 1~t YY ..... " ........... :""- ....... .... .... vii" I the Hollywood and television veT- ors For if Mrs. Healy's work is nacle on a Science Field Trip. a.near on the ballot9 Bedroom Suites, 1 Metal Bed, Springs and Innerspr xne ooc~rme ~I ~see no ewi, near no ew,, speak no e ,1 ........................... accuratel and artistica- ~'ra This Field trip was sponsored by vv ..... :..~. _ Ill tress; 2 Metal Wardrobes, 1 Wood Wardrobe. 1 1~ arolo tt mculay Jr . . ~tuu oI wiiitt itI1 actual trial iS liKe y Uy port y may make ]t difficult for the enemy to determine the , " . ....... land when one considers the fact ed it could very easily focus nat- the Beta Chi Phi Mu Science Fra- " "'-'~'- "'" "~' " I Chair, 1 Odd Dresser, Some Blankets ~nd Bedding. ternity. ' APPRECIATION I 1 Large Coldspot Refrigerator-Freezer; 1 4-Bur~ true state of our flaws But sucrt a ooctrlne m open tha th trial it _ . , ] t e " of John Brown was ional attention oh our little corn- Mrs. James Dick and children ^~ n~.._., ~:r it. t l ~ Range 1 5-Pc Dinette Set (Black); I Glass Door the most severe Criticism if it lulls our people lnl;o alone of the most dramatic events munity. May 1 Lqal II Cabinet, 1 Kitchen Cabinet, 1 Utility Cabtnet, 1 feeling of alse security. ' [in oui- history theatrical garnish- Mrs. Riely has kindly asked me Mary, Freda, Donald and Boyd of Charl ........... .a. [ ' Hedgesville spent Sunday after. ""-~ ...... h~ ... ~ .... ~.~,~_ 1~ Sta~d 15 Wash~,ble Blinds, Lots of Curtains, Dis ]ment becomes not only unnecess- to serve on the committee which hoon with Mrs. John Dick Max D,UW., ~us~o~ ' 0 ....... Ill and Pans, 1 Large Pressure Cooker- Canner" 2 ,~u~ l"ka~,~R l't,~.~a ~ under French rule, but at the [ary, but.d0wn:right provoking, will be responsible for this pro- p. T. A. Meets May 9 ~plrtt-~,mvocme, ' lk,llJ I 11~3~l(lIHI llVM[dN; /~ time is an independent country. [ All in all, Mrs. Davis has done duction, and I look forward to the The Kearneysville P. T. A. will ......... [l Sets of Dishes, 1 Maytag Washing Machine, 1 Electrt 1 t~narles Town, w va - ~: ~- ] "Vh~ sneaker said that these neo I a remarkablb Job with her first task with interest. The trial of meet TueSday, May 9 at 7:30 p.m. " " ] 1 1 3-Pc. Set Metal Porch Furniture. rresem rlav on mv i i i nle have" a lo~: to learn about self [ draft, and has provided an excell.John Brown, for sheer drama and Reports from the delegates to the Every once in a while we are ~ ~r T c~ ~-~ r~ T T . ~r Ta ~'~ T r ~ :~ " * government Only a very few are ent foundation upon which subse human interes.t, is probably unsur Spring Regional meeting of P. T. the recipient of a kind gesture II 11 I ~ :~ 1~ l~ la 2-t_ ~N 1~ U U ;~ ~I "Who Killed Aunt Caroline?" ] ~au~,~d ~hi~ tends to slow un ] quent drafts can be built. Admit- passed in the history of American A. will be 'heard and officers for from one or more of the many One 5 H. P. Garden Tractor with Attaehments, i ...................... people :we serve. By a gesture, I l lng New Show Plow; 3 Oil Drums, 1 18-in. Rota~ will be presented by Thespian ]progress Most of the nati'es are[tedly, there are some rough,spots jurisprudence. The chance to the year '61 and 62 will be in- don t necessarily mean a mone- Mower, 1 2-Pc. 24-Ft. Extension Ladder, 1 Step I~ Troupe 93 of Charles To,on Sen- I self satisfied if they have enodgh [ that will have to be polished, and recreate it promises to be both stalled. ior High School on Thursday, May [0 eat ~0dav 'they are not inclined some minor deletions and addit- challenging and interesting. Ascension Day May 10 tary gesture, but often times, peo Ill Large Porch Floors, 1 Small Boat, Lots of Tools ~itd 11, in the Charles Town Senior t,-, hnther ton much about tumor- - ' . At Grace E. & R. Church Ascen pie, l!l~e yourself, on occasion, l Articles too numerous to mention .......... , ............ ~ , ,,t nave lteapea words of praise in ~,~Rw[~. ~ ~Ign ~ymnaslum at "t:~p. m. ] row. These people love peace ] ......... .~ ....... --..--.. stun Day will be observed May 10 our behalf. Being strictly volun- 1 .......... ...... ,~,~,,~, "~'""~[l : Admission wm oe ~.~a tor a-land at the time he lived there l ~~WI~ATitiI~K /LNU U'l'tll~t . with a covered dish supper at 7:00 ~lults and $ 50 for studentsI e they were not inclin d to do P.M. DST. This program is sp0n- teer and receiving no compensat 12~l)l)lPa ~ l[IL, l~ I ion, whatever, for our deeds we PHONE BERRYVILLE, VA. 794' This three.act Mystery-Comedy much fighting. He said that Ma- ri41: TldllT Hill Mi~q ITFMq sored by the Women's Guild know and appreciate a kind word 1 W. D ORNDORFF Auctioneer will hold you breathless because i hogany and teak wood were the [ ~llkiJ/llll#l Illile I11~ I1 ~IP I/IIi~'I~IP Members of the Christ Reformed when it s made in our direction nde ~me of the characters has commit- [principal items of export. That [ B" M Geo Pearl Guild of Shepherdstown and their _ "t?. " " ._' .4" 1 Lunch Served by Ladies Auxiliary of John It. E ~d a cold, calculating murder; tbecause of the lack of roads, the .~ "", "~ families are invited On Thursday for tnls reason we WOUlU like m Corn an to put the shoe on the other foot; 1 ..P a y.. __ ~ho Kil!ed Aunt Caroline? [country is hard to develop. ], , May 10th the Women's Guild and this time, and give a verbal "pat' II ~ay ~-,-~ regularMen's BrotherhOOdmonthly metingWill hOldat their7:30 on the back to the nice little g=mmm= l ' I I p. m. at the Educational Building. -7 ~" ~ --~-- . A workship for church school of- ~~ fleers and~teachers of Potomac ~ ~ ~~~~l~~ ~ Synod will be held on Sunday, ~ OW--for a May 7th at 7:30 p. m. at Hood Col lege, Frederick, Md. L I M IT E D Gradua cruit r " =' T I M E " ~ 1 ~ "J ~t ~ ~ I Treinmg" At Great Lakes +++++ ,++ I ::':::*': : ................ :: :::: :~:~:~:ii::~ iiiiii~::iii~::ii!::iii ~ I Great Lakes (FHT~lC)'James .......... : ~:~::~::~::~:~ ........ -: ........ ~::~!;i ii~i :: :: i!::;:: ~ [L. Hilliard, USN, son of Mr. and " I , ~::~iii~i:i::::::::: ~:: ili~ili::iii:i::::::~::::~i::!i!::i::i!~.~ [Mrs. Paul W. Hilliard of Shenan- 1 [doah Junction, W. Va. was grad- ~:;~i~b :i::::::~ .i ::i::i~iiiiiii:!~!~ [ uated from recruit training, April :~.'~:,ii:: ::+!i~::~ii:::::i:i:~ii!i!:!~ ~+~iii iiiiii:iiii~i!:i:~ili~iiii:iii~i:: [8 at the Naval Training Center, [Great Lakes, I11. ;~::!~!:::i~i::i ::::::::::::::::: :/: ::::: !~:ii!~ ::i:::::~::i::i::i:::i~iiiii::::i!ii~i~ / The graduation exercises, mark ling the end of nine weeks of '+team [ t !iiiii [tary 0ffieiillS and el#ilion dtgnit- [aries" II ii~:~iiii~!i:~ ~::!~::!~ii!: ~:~::! ::iii~:~i~i~:~ii~iii:!i i!!~i~i]ii:iiii! !iii~:ii!i~i I In nine weeks of instruction, ] the "raw recruit" is developed in- | ! !i i ii i i !iii ]to a Navy Bluejacket, ready for ~ [ duty' with the fleet. y y ,from t+ concert wi,l +. on,+ent ,.. +kend wit. ,.e,r Series of oee.+ closed S.. To Win The Greatest RaCe of ] the band uniform fund T~h~'nub- ] daughter and family Mi-. and Mrs. day night at Chestnut Hill Which [ =~'- TO THE --- 4 All" " " - Frankle Anegl0 of Springfield, had been in progress two weeks . . . hc IS requested to support this ...... Thin will be the second maser] .... .... ;zaH . ~, *h.~ ef [Va. a very good atteiidance each [ | ith the p #rch of ode theme "Everyone Can Succeed."lm;,. c" ......................... [ I Mlss Ndnnie B avers Of the par- rei resented Sunday night. |S '61 MC)D|L Is, 28A The morning wo~tship service I ....... | sonage ~vere sttpper guests Satur Soup Supper SaL Night 1 i i~[4~' ~UJ~~ will be at 11:00 A. M. A nurseryl ~,, _ : : ~ i +, +,, [day with Mr. antl Mi-s. Edgar Keep in mind that good oie r . is provided for little children. [ ~n~nana0~n ~u[~|0r~[e~ I Everhart of Silver Grove. fashioned home made soup sup-I OPEN LETTER TO RESIDENTS ~ ~ ~ '~ Other church activities for Sun- ] [ Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and per Saturday night at the church 1 OF BOLIVAR CORPORATION ~ :i day include Church School for] ~]~tb I'~AA AI~ ~b ~" /two children and Mr. and Mrs. hall. Plenty of sandwiches, hot] Bolivar, W. Va. all age groups at 9:45 A. M, pres- ] / OHI/l~'l~ /,ll /OI I~ lbl~ [ Garland Piper vcere -visitors ~un ~ogs, beef, hath, Ice ~:ream, soft / May 2, 1961 entation of "Christ In Tho Con-] , . , . /day evening with the latters [lbh. drihks, home made candy, pie crete City" by a Richmond, Va. ] ~rbl~ 0sly ~fHv|~ /ghter and family Mr .and Mrs. and cake, Coffee. Come out to/ To residents of the corporation drama team at 7:30 P. M. to which ] ....... 1 ....... $ [ Howard WIlL meet with us, We always enjoy /I / 1H ~ _-.--~ ~h i 10fBolivar, W. Va. I | DELUXE AUTOMATIC WASHER everyone is invited, The session1 The Shenandoah Juniorettes/Mr. Wilt on Sick LiSt having you with us and try to | We are one month from our 4 ~' ' of ruling eiders and the beard of ~ Garden Club snonsored by the | Mr. George Wilt who has been make you feel at home. | town electi6n! How well informed deacons will meet ~o ntly on Tues [ Shenandoah Garden Club nf Char | on the sick list for some time has Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of | are we, concerning this election? day at 7:30 P. M. at the new office lies Town, particiPa-ted--in-an-~xr- I not been feeling so good the last Fal}s Church, Va. spent the week ] Our BOlivar town election is to # building of F. Dean Nichols, at- I bur Day activity on Thursday An. | few days. He paid his doctor a vis end at their ranch home along | be held June 6, 1961. The only e at law The executlv ~ " " "' ~" torn y r " " ' " e~ ril 20. ' /it Friday for a Check up. the beautiful Blue Ridge ~oun-| reason I have been able to find board of the Women of the Chur- The club had nreviouslv vnted | Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and tains | of our town officials. As far as I "" ~ ~ --" i!! ch00wl~l.l Mn.leet on Wednesday at to .plant a tree f~r an ,~r~or ~ay] t~iz+" ~ .... , .................... . ~+ ~ _ ] this out is by talking with some ] ! ~~ ~ ~ 1 ~~" ,~ J i ~: ~ . ~obServaqce but the actual plant-| | know the only public mention .... '" ' ing hadbeen postponed due to in | THIS Wl EK I R, WS INclement weather. - I that has been made f this fact' t ] Embass Official Tells Y i Mr. Fred McCauley of Waynes-I A M q U [date, is in one small l aragraph at | the botton of the column under ,,. ,__ .,, I boro Nursery, gave a Flowering/ Ill /14 11 d V it I Harpers Ferry-Bolivar News in K,wanlans mmw taos + Cherry tree to the club and it was I ... ......... ._._,_ ,+,e +i, + o, + + I i ; planted at the Jeffe on County/ lrs. troy l+reeom ......... "- | er. This paragraph did not give The Kiwanis Club entertained Memorial Park under the diree.[, ....... Y ,,,, ,,,,, |the date. The date of this elec- the Martinsburg, Keyser and Ber tion of Mrs. Manning Smith, Mrs. [ ............... | tion, to my knowledge has not " Lee s " Jonn booae and mrs i,,en a01ng tlne keley Springs Clubs at an Inter- d Riely and Mrs. Paul Cam. | ..... ..... . . z. ......... I been posted in any public place ,... ........ .~.^ ~. ..... ~.~ A s,~il ......+.~.+;.... ........ /l~oomson were recent visitors at mr. ann ylrs. wlulam l~.nne ] I ~ ~ ~ mlg CitlU llletlll~ at, lily JtllUilla~ Ogl ...... [a~tut~tZv~ ~t~lle~ Wa~ ' " "t + /within the corporation limits. ..... ,oh .... a ........ erected around th- a-a +h./ the home of their brother Mr. AT- nad lit le granddaughter were re I It seems to me that something $I ............................ : ...... ............. t- r ""eb- " fami" cent v'sit r ...... S ....... m " , or amza I nu w D anu iy I o s wHn Mr Wlllla ing. Approximately 75 Kiwanians g " t'on feels sure our won-] ....... _ _ ce., .. " 1 as important as the election of a / de ~ranamrsttoy~reeaenanatacuoweu [ I ~ ~[[~ii~~,)~" li were present, rfulclimate and fertile soil [ - . ...... | mayor and council should be giv- ~,,'~, ~/ I!ll~ ~ I~ The occasion being United will do the rest to produce a : ~ns we~. re nt visitors wire Mr. and Mrs. Donald We bb and | en greater publicity. Should not a / States.. Canada Good Will Week. strong sturdy tree to make our l ana mrs. t pnralm uay and sons moved on Friday to the] public election be announced in +oo, i i / elmam Harold (Chuck) Kisner, Inter- park more beautiful. | " home they recently brought on]print, both in a local newspaper Club chairman, introduced Mr. ' ' t Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McDowell Seminary Street. [ and posted in public places in the / James Langley Counselor for the MAIL BOX IMPR0VEMENTb6t~en cab. Patrons of+'rural land daughter f Washingtn' D'daY all Visited with frieilds Mr Arthur Webb and dau~hter/twn fr a certain perid f time ]regulating the dec. I N~~~ ~~~ I' Canadian En~bassy in, Washing, PROGRAM MAY 15 to 20 ]C. spent Sunday withMrs. Wil- Elizabeth with Mr. and MrsTDav[before ~the date of+ the election? # ,al ton. Mr. Liingley ~sp0kd. oF tl-~ ~. ~ i"~ ~ ~ ! liam C-oweU an+ la,er in the id Webb and Mr. and Mrs. Dineen/Are there not by-laws of the t0wn i I Ii ~ good will relations routes are re- Welsh motored to Bethesda, Md./corporation ada and this country. He said that quired to provide mail boxes of in Martlnsburg. on Sunday where they visited [ tion of town officials? I have not " before coming to Washington he the standard approved types. Mr. and Mrs, David Webb vlsi- with Harold and baby Mark Webb/been able~ to find any. If they had been stationed in several Names of box owners should be ted with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sper sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb|exist where are they? i!i:!ii other countries in !he far East. inscribed on the side of the box ry and family of Loudoun Hei- ill the National Instlttlte of H~a)-] One month from now we are to I " EASY TERMS - TWO YEARS TO PAY Four years ago he ~as located in visible to the carrier as.he approa ghts, Va. bn Sathrday evening, th. The boys are spending som~-/vote, for ~vho? Should not the Laos and because that country is ~hes on the door if boxes are Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons time in the hospital for observat. [names of can~lidates and the of- l very much in the lime light at the grouped. The box number may be Philip and Wayne were recently ion and treatment. |fice foi" which they are running present time, he said he would inscribed on the box, if desired, all day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. MeCarty have mov |be made public? How are we to confine his remarks to c~nditions Boxes and supports should be Earl McDonald and family in ed into the Rust home on fifth I vote intelligently if we will not in that couritry as they were Boxes BerryvUle. avenue, know who is on the ticket before PHONE 424 CHARLES TOWN,'