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, AD ' rs 0 New York s To 2rlell ; an ~all~ will have to put in 40 w- ,ll, w~eek with the city build- ----------..2nance department start is part of a drastic |. 1~|| |:| of regulations under ~ef payments will be --~ewburgh. ,,~ulations, announced yes f-~leet an attempt on the ~ city to avoid a tax rate ,Vent at the risk of hav- i and Federal welfare "~:w""~ off. =.~.~'~:~aajor points in the regui ~re recipients capable of "~ployment who refuse ~-regardless of the type ~~nvolv~d will be denied ssiri~r fhr~rs of illegitimate child. ,ssmg tl~ ,~ be advised that if they ,'rside, th~ more children out of rig, h~mti~relief payments will be ~f applicants who volun- .... ~ .It their previous jobs, are no~eing fired or laid off relief. allotments for any not exceed the take the lowest paid city TELEVISION FI STER0 ON ALL MAKES ! TELEVISION Washington St. Town, W. Va. PHONE 487 employee ~vith a family of eompar aisle size. 5. Applicants for relief who are new to the city must show evi- dence that they came to Newbur' gh with a concrete job offer. Those without such proof will be limited to one week. Newburgh has a population of 32,000 and almost one-twentieth of these are on relief. The city's present annual gross budget of $3.5 million includes almost $1 million for relief. The city council recently gave City Manager Joseph Mitchell sweeping powers to cut the wel- fare budget. Unless this is done, Mr. Mitchell said the present real estate tax rate of $31 per $1,000 valuation might have to be in- creased by as much as $10 to cope with mounting welfare costs. Sons Veterans Re.names All Past Officers Richard H. Crane, Shepherdstown was renamed commandant of Hen ry Kyd Douglas Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans-one of two l such camps in the state still fun- [ ctioning, at the annual dinner- meeting June 27 at United Chur- ch of Christ here. Lewis J. McDonald, also of Shep herdstown was renamed vice-com- mandant; Frank W. Buckles, Char les Town, renamed adjutant; C. Browne Hendricks Shepherdstown RFD renamed treasurer and the Rev. Roy D. Coulter, pastor of the host church, named chaplain. The next meting was set for August. Something New Has Been Added For Customers At Community Oil The above picture shows a crew of workmen of the Community Oil Company of Charles loading some 30 steel barrels to be placed at the various Community Oil Company service stations to serve as attractive and permanent containers for litter and other waste materials which motor- ists might wish to dispose of when they drive into the Community Oil stations. This is the program which Thurman A. Whitacre, president of Community Oil ha~s arranged in having his company participate in the state-wide program to help clean up the state's highways and by-ways. ITEMS OF INTEREST IN VICINITY OF Phone 20-F.024 KAB E OWN By Mrs. Clarence Smallwood n FRIENDLY CLASS MEETS Deavers-Clipp Weddin[ FRIDAY, JULY 14 6:30 A wedding of local interest took The Friendly Class of the Char place Wednesday, June 28 when les Town Methodist Church will Miss Carol Ann Deavers, daughter have a hamburger fry at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Deavers of of Mrs. Thomas Kern, JeffersonBerryville became the bride of !Avenue Friday evening, July 14 at Daniel Lee Clipp, son of Mr. and 6:30 DST. Bring cover dish, own Mrs. C. Henry Clipp. The double ~service and your family. ' ' i STAR OF OZARK JUBILEE 1:00 to 8:30 P. M. Bobby (Overalls)Stephenson Ryan--Smitty Erwin As The a#JF Lew Childree - Ann Taylor and Many Others. Vz:Miles East of Winchester, Va., Off Rt. 7 $1.00; CHILDREN FREE 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTIOH SERVICE FLUSH TOILETS, PCINIC TABLES. bought a Mobile Home, I will sell the fol- personal property; located 4 miles West of Town, W. Va., on Route 51, Jefferson Coun- est Virginia, on SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M, (DST) HOUSEHOLD" GOODS, ETC. b .,Ft. 2-Door Frigidaire Refrigerator, 21-Ft. Frig- Freeze, Home Comfort Stove, Estate oil Maytag dutch oven gas stove; 2 small coal heating stove [large), Maytag washer, set with 4 chairs; china closet, dining table, Piano, writing desk, 2 wardrobes, 5 wash- 6 dressers, hall rack, 3 metal beds and springs; table, buffet, rocking chairs, odd chairs, num- stands, trunk, love seat, 2 utility cabinets, cabinet, kitchen stool, pie safe, utility table, porch swing, medicine cabinets, reed set settee, 2 ehairs and table, baby bed, pen floor and table tamps, oil lamps, cook- dishes and glassware; 2 iron pots and curtains and blinds; power lawn mower, hand and stone jars, flower pots and flowers; ers and fountains; electric brooder, 300 capacity; brooder house, Canned Fruit, oil flat rim sink, large galvanized bath tub, 2 grinders, lard press, and ather articles too to mention. FORD PICKUP TRUCK with Stock Racks. for. ring ceremony was held in the Presbyterian Church, Hagerstown, Md. by the Pastor, Rev. J. Russell Butcher. The groom's mother Mrs. Henry Clipp attended the couple. The bride wore a pink street leng- th dress with white accessories. Mrs. Clipp is employed by the gov Nothing to be removed until VIOLA V. WELCH Mr. and Mrs. Homer Newcomb and son, James visited relatives in Leesburg the past weekend. The former's father Mr. C. W. Newcomb is a patient for asthma. He is being kept in an oxygen tent for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and son of Rockville, Md. former res, idents of this community visited with friends on Monday. Floyd is now employed with the Rockville Crush Stone Inc. where he work- ed prior to coming to this com- munity to work for Mr. Robert Cain on Woodlawn Farm. ernment while her husband oper- Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Chawas- ates the Woodland Farm owned tyk and sons of Silver Spring, Md. by Mr. Robert Cain. The couple arrived Monday evening at the will reside at Edge Wood, the ten home of her mother Mrs. Charles I). ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. IL MORELAND, Clerk. Will Be Served by the Ladies of Mid- Methodist Church. 29 and July 13- 2t. 'phis to N. D. Baker tIospital Sun- day evening visiting the latter's i brother Mr. Maphis and Mr. Ed- ear D. Roderick a local residentj who was not-very well at this time. Bonnuci Car Damaged In Hit-Run Accident About $100 in damage was done to a 1961 Chevrolet Covair belong- ing to Marion Cambell Bonnuci, 28 of Arlington, Va. Friday, June 30 about 3:20 a. m. in a hit and run acident which occurred about two tenths of the mile East of Ran son on Secondary Route 17/4. And Charles Town State Troop er R. R, Truex said although it is still not known for sure who was driving a 1956 Chevrolet which struck the Bonnuci car and kept going, it is now. known that the car is owned by Esther R. Kirk of Silver Spring, Md. A charge of hit and run will be ant house on the farm. I R. Langdon. On the fourth the lodged against the driver as soon The S. L. Minghini Construction I two families joined Mrs. Lang- as identification is made, it was Company of Martinsburg have l don's son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Rol- stated. begun work on Mr. George Hou-~fe Hayes and children of near gh's Dairy barn which was de- Charles Town for a picnic.M llll~ ~Uarb|m,'kur~ Man Is stroyed this past spring. I The banks of the Shenandoah A silo 30'x55' is being construc- [River in the vicinity of the for- ted by the Key and Ship Silo of Imer Shannondale Ferry and near [~harllt~ F0[[0wintl Warrenton, Va. on the Avon Bend Myerstown have been quite active m li w ~ for the summer while, most of those this past week were for the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook and son Wilbur of Martins- burg come year after year to the Shannondale area. This year Mrs. James Kline and daughter Betty of Seat Pleasant, Md. are with them. Mrs. Ethleen G. Mills of Mar. tinsburg spent this past week with her mother Mrs. Elsie Gray of Meadow Brook. Mrs. Mills is on her vacation. Drilling work on the Marcus Bros. Cold Storage' plant was corn pleted last week. The-work was done by the David Wrigh( C0m- pany with Lewis Washington oper ating the machine which took one week to finish. New openings were made in the walls for doors and in the floors for posts and Zootings. Since Marcus Bros. plan to use the concrete slab in the construction more Supporting posts and footings are necessary. Mrs. Wayne Boyer and four ions David, "Garry, Dennis and 'dike of Portsmouth, New Hamp- shire have been visiting her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer of Shannon Park. Mrs. Boyer and Farm one of the local farms own- this past week. There are several ed by Mrs. Hebe Dick, The Rocks. groups of campers who remained three sons returned home on Thursday of last week leaving Mike to visit his grandparents for the summer. Major C. D. Boyer, Mrs. Boyer and two sons Donald and Jimmy of Lorring, Maine are now visiting with his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Boyer Sr. Mrs. Isabell Crunkliton Garmb ler and family and sister Mrs. Mar tha Crunkilton former residents now residing in Baltimore were callers Sunday afternon with their aunt Mrs. Thomas Mercer. Pfc. Charles Newman U. S. Arm ed Service who has been on a 30 day furlough visiting his wife and his mother Mrs. Bessie New man, Myerstown left Thursday from the National Airport flying to California from here he goes by boat to Hawaii where he will be stationed in the future. Mrs. Joseph Mercer is home af. ter a visit with her daughter Mrs. Howard Brown and family, Wash- ington, D. C. She attended the graduation exercises of her daugh ter Mrs. Brown, who received her Masters degree in Public Account ancy from the George Washington University. Mrs. ~Iercer grandson Kenneth Reese also graduated re- ceiving his B. A. degree in the same field. Mr .and Mrs. Buddy Itowell, four children, her mother Mrs. Pearl Edwards, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stormer Howell, the lat ters granddaughter Brenda and Don't forget to check your auto insurance protection level Today, damage suit awards in auto accident cases can run high. In reviewing your auto insurance, we make it a :point to check both the type of cov- erage you have and your limits of insurance. If warranted, we can usually provide a safer level of protection for little extra cost. Why not see us for a policy review? IIAItTFm ACt'mE'NT ~ mBtltlTY ~lfl" Mmb' lq" Anna Mary Willingham of Kear- neysville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clipp of Martinsburg espent the fourth at their camp near Shannondale. Mrs. Elsie Gray, grandson, Jim my, her sister Mrs. Jessie Clipp ac companied her daughter Mrs. Eth. elene Mills and Mr. Charles Ma- Highway Accident Jessie Brown, Jr. of Route 4, Martinsburg, was charged with failure to have the 1955 Buick he was driving under control fol. lowing an accident Sunday morn- ing June 25 on State Route 9 near Tony's Drive-Inn. Charles Town State Trooper W. IR. 1 arlow aid Brown' car truck t SPIRIT :I FI RSON ADVOCAT a 1956 Mercury which was parked T " : ] ~ 6 196 3 1~ [ " , ..... [ THI RSDAY, J[ L$ , 1 .-- [anti wmcn was ownec~ Dy ~:vaI ....... l,lane Peer, Route, Rid~~eley, W.I . , IF [Va. Damage to the two cars a-]Parish tlall. ] [mounted to about $90. [ Forty five ~tudents made up[ gMITM gTIHI~I:D [ [the graduating class with so~zlen ,vat-ntmmm ~ ~ultu|mulew,,uu /u .... a ~r u:rt ....Ts I incoming students and about 2501 i ........ l ..est. o,nmg them for the co,,,-I FUNERAL HOME |tiraouateo from monroe ]nxencement exercises. [ [ Business College I tlillery attended high school inI | ------ .. . [Frederick Md. and is currentlyI 104 We~t Washtngt~m q! [ Howard Kenneth ttillery, tcouze/ employed' by the B C Bakeries I IX, Kearneysville, son of Mr. and [in Winchester, Va. ! 'harle,- T,,wn W ,a [Mrs. tloward C. Itiilery, was a/ ~. I [ member of the graduating class] Humidity seen as key factor in [ PHONE:-- " /of Monroe College of Business of/spreading "influenza - I | Winchester, Va. which had com-/" " [ Day 370 Night ] mencement exercisese Saturday] Historic antique table found in] , night in Christ Episcopal Church~ White House. " ' MENS All Sizes 6 to 12---REG. $8.99 SHOES! LADIES and CHILDRENS O WOOL BLENDS, DACRON AND COTTON BLEND %--DARKS AND LIGHTS---All Sizes 36- 46--Shorts, Regulars, and Longs. Regular $29.99 Regular $34.99 SALE $ SALE $ FAMOUS NATURAL BRIDGE ENTIRE STOCK VALUES TO $14.99 FAMOUS BRANDS Wash and Wear--- - M - L - XL REG. $2.99 and $3.99 Cash Charge Layaway DEP'Ir STORE; 9 - 9 Fri. 9 - 6 Sat. Q Ask your dealer about a real cool extra-cost option--Chevrolet air conditioning. r~" ./ Impala Convertible t ;lmc - 1S @ It'll pay you plenty .to pad over to your Chevrolet dealer's 0ne-Stop Shopping Center and get in on all the excitement there. Because Jet-smooth Chevrolets are outselling every other make of car, he's able to turn on the savings like nobody else in town. Have him fit you with an elegant Impala, a popular Bel Air or a budget-wise Biscayne. Or maybe with one of those six sweet-going, cargo-craving Chevy wagons. Just bring along your desire to own a lot of car at an easy-to-own price. Chevy and your Chevrolet dealer will look after the rest nicely, thank you. Jet.smooth Chevrolet I I I ~ I ElIIH I I Chevy Corvair Monza Club Coupe Save-a-bundle buys on Corvairs, too! elimate couldn't be better for getting into one of these. Yessirree, juicy July buys on the Monzas with their family-otyle sports-car spirit . . . on the nimble, nickeNnurslng Corvair 500's and 700's . . . on the 6-Passenger Lakewood Wagons . . . and on those Greenbrier Sports Wagons with up to twice the space of regular wagons. Need more be said? Your Chevrolet dealer is the man to talk to. L _ I I I II I I II See the new Chevrolets at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's West Washington Street ' Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 42 I liar II [ I II I Ill a[ III