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To Editor August 20, 1978 Rentch, Revolts I fear will the thing of if we don't come to "our senses". becauseno one' any illegal drug out of the woodwork" to supply tested for a authorized used the crop raised in has money to test its from that poison not at. Apparently the users seem to have the ot to reveal themselves sources so they must to purchase the stuff Other than poisoned' we were all asked we could to conserve and many of us did just to be penalized by e on our monthly bills losses. And not yet have an Energy in Congress that us or any other country our ability to cope with of our lives. Our Value is almost zero as a has taken ERA so long to passed and needs yet something must be With the Bill beyond the objections that I Parts of that bill which I against my wishes to remain Iny home and to raise my either have outside the home or ray husband to pay an amount out of his Social Security if I to devote all my time and community by Volunteer work as I find hlso I must expect my a to assume home unless I outside, full or part inside, all the time. I is a full and that only if the members wish to do have to do more would be expected of ra "tasks" And that is y being asked of all fatuity L. Why bother with a :all is going to be the that one and more marriages" are demanding ser- I another thing that goes should be of ours but added things handed platters is a bit to understand. and one of by choice and thus so and the first thing they was to be able to in the language of even though they to speak in their at home with When recently we Mexico there was no big cities with only on a small island chose in the Mexican Carribean, where there of any size, discovered that one was OWn',. After much sign which Would have thread in any color but my needle broke, it was use of French with I acquainted as almost language, that I try to translate into it worked. different accents and endings, but the English would gotten me anywhere. father took a sab- to return to his for a year university work, he family with him and school. I understood French but that does not easy to go all day a language that I much slang as ours s many colloquialisms I managed to hold I answered most recent slang my teachers and roared and ap- felt quite happy made it. Later, turn took up teaching I followed what the direct method. Used only to explain lesson or some class had as a L my own time, while on my Master's class. no child -- no disadvantaged -- to demand that he in our school nativetongue. R ) him to really feel and it will appreciate just has meant in the lives of those who came here by choice and made themselves into real AmeriCans even though they never lost the particular accent they had because of the native tongues of their parents' generation. But that only added to their charm. Anyone can be a minority at times, I certainly was in France, but I made lifelong friends and never have forgotten the ex- perience of learning other ways and customs. It is up to each one to work and put forth an added effort -- painful as it may be at times, to join the majority if he wishes to do so' or else be quiet and take what he can get without that effort -- which today seems to be plenty and at the expense of someone else. This drives our land into groups and cliques and divides it so that soon we may well be known as the Un-United States. There is, after all, just one change of letter necessary to make that happen: United can quickly become "untied". I also remember the time that we fractured the German language but so did our Scan- dinavian travelling companions on a boat from Stockholm to Helsinki. They wanted to .talk with us and we with them, and German was the common language, which I had spoken as a child, and had minored in college, but, like French, I had to realize that new slang and colloquialisms had entered that tongue especially when spoken with an English accent on my part and a Scandinavian accent on the part of fellow travellers, but what a pleasure it was to he able to communicate with them and learn from them about the area we were seeing. We should do as we always have done, help others all we can to become one of the main stream but that can be done only if we help them help themselves ! That we need and want and will have the Bills that will help, there is no doubt, but bad bills never accomplish what they set out to accomplish and Boycotts of areas in this land just because they refuse to vote for a Bill is not the answer. They have their reasons and to deny them the livelihood and others who mighf wish to visit the areas in question before and after and during conventions is to deny a right of free assembly to all Americans because they do not agree with the opinions of others and that is not what this country ever was all about. If ERA carmot pass on its own merits then the fault lies somewhere in its own area. Let us be fair and pass bills that have merit in all areas that require them, but nothing is gaine d by pushing things down a throat except to have them regurgitated and that creates a mess to be cleaned up quickly. "America the Beautiful" will be kept that way only by being sure that what we do is worthy of Beauty or Truth. Sincerely, Betty Smith Ben Lea-Box 536 Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 MANNINGS Mrs. Pauline Ott Dial 725-2750 .o, *% *%%%?,',%?.*,?,*,%%?*?..*.*.,.*.,.*...,.,.*.,.,.,.o.,.*. Deferred From Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands tJ Chestnut Hill were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard OR. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and daughter Twila and son Scott, were recent visitors of his mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Dlllow and son Michael of Walnut Grove, Mrs. Pauline Ott, Marsha Oden and Susie Ott, returned home on Friday evening from a week's vacation in Florida. They went to Walt Disney World, Hall of Fame and Daytona Beach. Mrs. Pauline Ott, Mrs. Nellie Oden and grandson Timmy Oden, were Sunday visitors of Mr." and Mrs. Merle Oden and family on Flowing Springs Road. Mr. and Mrs Walter Kuhn and family of Martinsburg were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son Michael Scott of Walnut Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dillow and son of Millville were Sunday guests of Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son of Walnut Grove were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway was a Sunday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and brother, Paul Nathan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean and family of Romney were weekend. visitors of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. David Forkey and family. Mr. and Mrs.. Melvin Cline, Jr., and family were recent visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston at Mechanicstown. Verna OR spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family and her father, Mr. Randy OR. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson and son on Hotler's Road. Mrs. Lanie Magaha and daughter Shelley and Mrs. Adeline Oden and daughter were Friday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and JoAnn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and family of Jefferson Village were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell. Mrs. Terry Staubs and family were Saturday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor and family at Orchard Hills. Mrs. Dorothy Hoffmaster and Mrs. Hollie Dillow of "Ranson were recent visitors of Mrs. Mac Detrich. Mrs. Mabel Wilt of Chestnut Hill was a Thursday visitor of her sister, Mrs. Nellie Oden. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rollison and family of Chestnut Hill were Sunday visitors of her father, Mr. Quinton Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Penwell and family of Shannondale were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell and family. OTT REUNION TheT. D. and Margaret M. Ott reunion was held on Saturday at the Jefferson Memorial Park beginning at I p.m. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angelo of Burke, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ott and family, Mr. Van Ott of Rich- mond; Miss Danielle Collier of South Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott of Kensington, Md.; Mr. David Wilt and family, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wilt and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicewarner and sons and a friend, Darrell Whittington, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Stevens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ott and son, Missie and Eddie Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt, Miss Arbutus Wilt, Mrs. Antoinette Lochhaud[ and daughter and friend, Beth HooP, Mrs. Rosebud McDanlel, Mrs. Sharon Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. James Kisner, Mrs. Ida Mae LaRue and family and friend, Kathy Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lancaster, Miss Pat Crouin, Mrs. Nellie Oden, Mrs. Pauline Ott and Mr. Bill Oden. Gifts were given to the following: Mrs. Annie Wilt, for being the oldest; Tommy Wilt, Jr., for being the youngest. Names were drawn and gifts were given to Greg and Glenda Stevens and Kimberly and Robbie Ott. It was decided that the Ott reunion would be held the last Sunday in August next year. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and family were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott. Mrs. Arietta Penwell is a patient at Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. Mark Wiley was a Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. Cora Wiley and son. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and family were recent visitors of his mother, Mrs. Nellie Oden and family. Mrs. Terry Staubs and family were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Minor and family at Orchard Hills. Mr. Steve Oden of Manassas, Va., was a Saturday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden and family. Verna Ott spent Saturday night and Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and her father, Mr. Randy Ott. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dillow and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Jessie Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. David Dillow and son were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott. Mr. Bill Oden was a Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and family on Flowing: Springs Road. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phlllip Oden and daughters, .Mrs. Lujean Bell and Kim Bell and M. Kenneth Wilt and daughter of Mannings and Mrs. Martha Brackett of Ranson were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family. Mrs. Patty Brown and family of Jefferson Village were recent callers of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell and family. Mr. Robert Ott of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. David Heishman of Kabletown were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Penwell. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report estimates that 200,000 lives have been saved since the Safety Act of 1966, which began the chain of safety improvements in our passenger cars. Ferry Planning Group Gathers On Sept. 5 The next meeting of the Harpers. Ferry Planning Commission will be held !Tuesday, September 5 at 7:$) p.m. in the Harpers Ferry Council room. All meetings are open to the public. The planning commission would like to notify contractors, homeowners and all interested persons that a building permit application must be ac- companied by floor Rlans, elevations, site plans, and a description of the proposed building and must be presented at least 30 days prior to a decision being made. Scout Programs JFor Year eamedJ IBy Area Council] Scouting's program year from September 1978 through August 1979 will have its official kickoff in a series of roundtable meetfngs this month in the Shenandoah Area Council. As a part of the meetings, which are for Scouting unit leaders and unit committeemen, District officers and unit commissioners, the Shenandoah Area Council will provide a schedule of activities for the next t2 months, round-up kits, and program materials that will help units carry out their own programs. "We plan an annual calendar for the council and for the three districts that offers training, special events, help on Scouting advancement, and outdoor activities to support the unit's program," Paul Willis, Shenandoah Area Council Vice President of Programs ex- plained. The operation of the Scouting Council is financed by allocations from United Ways of Berkeley and Jefferson Counties of West Virginia and Frederick and Warren Counties of Virginia, and through the annual sustaining membership enrollment of members, parents and friends of Scouting. Suggested national program themes with details about parts of each unit meeting are given to Scout troops and Cub Scout packs, Willis said. Monthly roundtable meetings help train unit leaders in various skills, crafts, and leadership techniques as related to the monthly theme. The themes for Cub Scout packs include Advance in Rank, September; Be Fire-safe, Oc- tober; High Country U.S.A., November; Duty to God and Country, December; 2000 A.D., January; Happy BirthdaY to Us. February; Making Magic, March; Energy Savers, April; Lights in the Sky, May; Learn a Sport, June; World Jamboree, July, and Family Hobbies, August. The themes for Boy Scout troops include Map and Com- pass, August; Hidden Trails, September; Safety First, Oc- tober; Friendly Fires, Novem her; Training for Trouble, December; Know Knots, January; Cheerful Service, February; Cooking, March; Conservation, April; Backpacking, May; Water Fun, June; and Personal Fitness, July. Mini.Coum Offered To Volunteer Leaders "The Other School System", a mini-course hosted by Art Linkletter and Jane Jayro, Miss America 1967, is available to Scout Leaders, Sunday School teachers, trainers and other volunteer teachers in this area. It is being offered through the Curriculum Improvement Center, headquartered in Martinsburg. Full information is available by calling Nancy C. Kilmon, at 304-263-8948; or Frank Peto at 301-729-8155. The course enables the par- ticipants to learn and practice personal and inter-personal skills useful in leading and teaching children. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whitebait and children of Shepherdstown were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son. Mrs. Vaneasa Everhart, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mrs. Audrey Grove and son, Mrs. Sandra Higgs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hilde Piper were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. 'l LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until 11:00 A.M., September 14, 1978, on File 41 for WVU, on Reqn. No. 903157 for: 1 Wind Machine, SSP Model, GP- 391 or equal. No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance and Administration, Room W-130, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR Aug. 31-2t LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE pURCHASING The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until 3:00 P.M. on September 14, 1978, on File 22 for Shepherd College, on Reqn. No. 79 for: Equipment for con- nection to Digital Equipment's Corp. PDP 11-40 at Shepherd College, cables, cabinets memory cores No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance and Administration, Room W-130, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. GLENN R. CUMMINGS Aug. 31-2t LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING The State of West Virginia request bids on: File 22, Req. No. 81; Spending : Unit, Shepherd College; Com- I modity, contract to furnish !laundry service; Bid Opening !Date and Time, September 6, 1978 at 3 p.m. File 23, Req. No. 66; Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Com- modity, uniform rental service; Bid Opening Date and Time, September 7, 1978 at 1:30 p.m. File 32, Re No. 101; Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Com- mndity, IM printing of Shepherd College Yearbook; Bid Opening Date and Time, September 7, 1978 at 2:30 p.m. File 33, Req. No. 65; Spending Unit, Shepherd College; Com- modity, to furnish Post-Mix Syrup on contract; Bid Opening Date and Time, September 7, 1978 at 1:30 p.m. No bids Will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by the Purchasing Division. Specifications available upon application. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR Aug. 24-2t- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN LEGAL NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE that the undersigned ARTHUR L. WHEELER, a citizen of Jefferson County, West Virginia, regiding at Route l, Charles Town, West Virginia, by oc- cupation as the partner in used car business known as Shenandoah Motors, Route 9, Ranson, West Virginia, will on Tuesday, September 19, 1978, at 10:30 AM., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, present his application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the Court House at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, and move the Court for a license to carry a pistol or other weapons defined in Section 1, Article 7, Chapter 61 of the West Virginia Cede of 1931, as amended, on or about his person m connection with hi oc- cupation, at which time and any interested person may appear and protect his interest, if any, in the said matter. ARTHUR L. WHEELER Aug. 31-t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Fsrmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1978 TO WHOM IT MAYCONCERN "No pains, no gains." LEGAL NOTICE English proverb TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE COMMISSlONER'S NOTICE that the undersigned DAVID T. I certify that I have before me EDWARDS, a citizen of Jef- for settlement the accounts of the following fiduciaries: Esta E. Arnett Sager, Com- mittee of George H. Staubs. Mary Virts Ritter, Executrix of Naomi C. Virts, deceased, Bank of Charles Town, Ad- ministrator of John E. Mon- tgomery, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Committee for Alice V. Ring. Bank of Charles Town, Executor of Christine E. Esquardo, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Ad- ministrator, c.t.a., of Frank Bane, deceased. Richard R. Hoffmaster and John D. Hoffmaster, c:t.a., of Nina M. Ramey, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Ad- ministrator of Margaret K. Patterson, deceased. Given under my hand this 18th day of August, 1978. P. T. PORTERFIELD, JR. Commissioner of Accounts Jefferson County Aug. 24-2t ferson County, West Virginia residing at Euclid Avenue Charles Town, West Virginia, by occupation as the partner in used car business known as Shenandoah Motors, Route 9 Ranson, West Virginia, will on Tuesday, September 19, 1978, at 10:30 A.M., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard present his application to the Judge of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the Court House at Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, and move the Court for a license to carry a pistol or other weapofis defined in Section 1, Article 7, Chapter 61 of the West Virginia Code of 1931, as amended, on or about his person m connection with his oc- cupation, at which time and place any interested person may appear and protect his interest, if any, in the said matter. DAVID T. EDWARDS Aug. 31-1t NOTICE OF ELECTION N()TICE OF TO FILL VACANCY SALE OF VALUABLE IN THE OFFICE OF REAL ESTATE MAGISTRATE OF In execution of a certain deed JEFFERSON COUNTY, of trust made by HARVE C. WESTVlRGINIA HARTFORD and HELEN L. This is to notify all prospective HARTFORD, husband and wife, candidates for the office of to the undersigned Trustee, Magistrate of Jefferson County, dated April 2, 1976, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the West Virginia, that a vacancy exists to fill out the unexpired County Commission of Jefferson term of Henry W. Morrow, Jr. County, West Virginia in Deed resigned, which ends December Book No. 404, Page 452, default 31, 1980. having been made in the Persons desiring to file for this provisions of said deed of trust, office must do so before Sep- and being required by the tember 5, 1978, with the Clerk of beneficiary so to do, the un- the Circuit Court of Jefferson dersigued Trustee will sell at County, West Virginia, in order public auction, at the front door for their names to appear on the of the Court House of Jefferson Primary Ballot for the Primary County, at Charles Town, West Election to be held on Tuesday, Virginia, on Friday, Sept. I, November 7, 1978. 1978, at 10:00 A.M., EDST, the Witness my hand and the seal following described real estate, of the Circuit Court of Jefferson to-wit: County, West Virginia, this 30th All those lots or parcels of day of August, 1978. land, with all improvements Mary L. Riggleman thereon and appurtenances Clerk of the thereto belonging, situate on the 21 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Michael C. Meyers Plaintiff V. Anjela R. Me yers Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C-215 (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony.) To the Above Named Defendant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that Anjela R. Meyers is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that Anjela R. Meyers serve upon Peter L. Chakmaklan, Plaintiff's at- torney, whose address is P.O.. Box 547, Charles Town, West Virginia, an answer, including, any related counter claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before September 25, 1978. If ou fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court August 18, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court Aug. 24-3t TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by the deed of trust hereinafter mentioned and described, the undersigned will sell at the front door of the County Courthouse of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in the Town of Charles Town, the following described real estate: "All that certain lot of land designated as Lot No. 69, Section 6, situate in Charles Town District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, about 3 miles nor- !thwest of Charles Town on the Charles Town-Leetown Road, in Circuit Court of east side of the opequon Creek in the subdivision known as Jef- Middleway District, Jefferson ferson Villace Melco Inc nlat Jefferson County C ...... ' " " West Virginia ounty, West Virgmm, more of which was nrerred h,, w,v particularly designated and l and Associates Inc rornrd,,-ti, Aug. 31-2t des r' " ' ............. --   c ibed on a plat of Hiddenlthe office of the Clerk of the ORDER OF PUBLICATION iver r:arm,.Section 3,'made ICounty Court of Jefferson oy llcnara, u- tioooe, IS.L.: [ County, West Virginia, in Deed CIRCUIT COURT oama amy , ns, anu recoraen Book 295, at page 80 " " OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Orville Edward Baer Plaintiff V, Edna Pearl Baer Defendant Civil Action No. 78-C-224 (The object of this suit is to platted or not, for access to and obtain a divorce from the bonds from said lots. of matrimony.) Conveyance will be made To the Above Named subject to utility easements of Defendant: record, and to those certain It appearing by affidavit filed restrictions and road main- in this action that Edna Pearl tenanee agreements specified in Baer is a non-resident of the prirdeeds of said real estate State of West Virginia, it is which are recorded in said hereby ordered that Edna Pearl Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. Baer serve upon James B. 335, Page 433, and Deed Book Crawford, Ill, Plaintiff's at- No. 358 Page 148, respectively, to which reference is made. torney, whose address is 104 TERMS: One.third cash on West Congress Street, Charles day of sale, balance in tWo equal Town, West Virginia, an nswer, including any related counter annual installments payable one claim or defense you may have to the complaint filed in this action on or before September 30, 1978. If you fail to do so, thereafter judgment, upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- dersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk of said Court August 28, 1978. Mary L. Riggleman Clerk of Court Aug. 31-3t in the Office of the Clerk of the I Being the same real estate County Commission of Jefferson .......... I which was conveyed to Clarence ounty, west vwgmm in tJeeo I E Martin, Jr., and Charles H. ,too o. "z, r'age.tb, as Lots IBean, by Deed of Trust dated os.  a.na , containing 2.125 1 14th day of December, 1976, by acres and 2.4 acre, respec-]Calvin M. Bennett, et ux, of uveiy, togemer wire a non ". . " "record in the office of the Clerk excluswe right of way over all Co o of the unty Commission f roadways delineated on said plat Jefferson County, West Virginia, or situated on any other portion in Deed Book No. 418, page 245. of said subdivision whether now DATE OF SALE September 15, 1978 at I0:00 a.m. TERMS OF SALE Cash on day of sale. IMPROVEMENTS This property is improved by a frame ranch house ten years of age with a swimming pool, well, septic system, macadam driveway, carport, six rooms including three rooms and one bath, living room, dining room, dining alcove, masonite exterior walls, combination shingle roof, fan hoed in kitchen, forced warm air heat, storm windows, full basement and hardwood floors, and is located on Rt. l, Box 62E. in Jefferson Village, Charles Town. west Virginia. POSSESSION lossesson will be given on day of sale. This property will be sold subject to the lien of any and all taxes, public utility easements, sewer and water charges, if any. Clarence E. Martin, Jr and Charles H. Bean, Trustees Aug. 31-3t i and two years, respectively, after date, plus interest at 8 percent per annum, payable semi.annually and secured by deed of trust on said real estate: at the option of the purchaser, the cash payment may be in- creased, or the entire purchase may he paid in cash at the time of sale. Thomas W. Steptoe Trustee Paul E. Miller, Jr.- Auctioneer Aug. 10-4t FOR $A LE In residential section of Charles Town near Park, by owner, 807 Morison Street, Charles Town, W. Va. 3 bedroom house, 2 baths, large family room with fireplace, total electric, split level brick on 100 by 175-ft. lot. Financing can be arranged. Phone 725-2862. Aug. 24-It REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Charles Town-- Large three story brick house located on So. George St. Suitable for a single family home or could be converted to three or more apartments. Charles Town Area -- 100 yr. old frame house completely restored on 4 acres - liv. rm. w-fireplace; din, rm. w- fireplace: eat-in kitchen; library; office: 4 bedrms.; 3 baths; finished basement w-fireplace and wet bar; laundry rm.; elec. heat: glass enclosed porch; deck; stable. Leetown Area -- Brick rambler on 5/2 acres - liv. rm. w- fireplace; kit. w-app.; din. area; family rm. w-Franklin stove; 3 bedrms; 2z baths; laundry rm.: basement w. fireplace; many extras. Acreage--3acre tract I mi. E. Charles Town. 7 acre tract in Leetown area. Financing available. 3 % to 7 acre tracts 4 mi. W. Clrles Town. 10 acre tract in Kabtetown area. ON These & Other Listings Ruse Cog: THE McDONALD AGENCY (304) 725-7313 PAT KERCHEVAL ..... (304) 725-SI1118 HARVEY KERCHEVAL.. (304) 72S-5888 L. B. ATHIff ..- Broker v.