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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 A---4 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO.~ INC. 210 North George Street - Charles Town, W. Va. Zip Code 25414 READ MORE THAN 22,500 PEOPLE Second Class Postage Paid At Charles Town Postoffice NATIONAL NEWSPAPER /,f , MAX BROWN, General Manager DON RENTCH. News Editor -- HENRY MORROW, Assoc. Editor National Advertising .Representative, American Newspaper Representatives, Inc., 404 Fifth Ave., New York Detroit - Chicago - Atlanta - San Francisco - Los Angeles SUBSCRIPTION - $5.00 Per Yr,, Plus 15cts. W. Va. Tax For Business, News or Advertising Departments DIAL 725-2046 or 725-2047 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 ,67 MODELS The show of the yea is going on now, in the sh( wrooms of all your local authorized dealers for America's leading cars. And the stars of that show are the stars of tomorrow.. the cars of tomorrow, here today. Dramatically new in con- cept, the '67 cars present a complete panorama of everytliing you've wished for in an automobile, from advanced design ideas to spectacular pe :formance. Along with glamorous beauty and luxurious driving ease, new '67 cars offer special safety devices.., as regular features. See the big show now.. see the news in '67 cars at your local dealer.. SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT In an effort to expedite a seemingly long pending applicat- ion for Federal assistance in solving its sewerage financing problems, Mayor Nicholas Cm-son and the members of the Charles Town CiLy Council, accompanied by J. Robert C, n, superintendent of municipal works for Charles Town, went to Washington earlier this week. The purpose of the visit was to call on Senator Randolph and Byrd, and Congressman Stag- gers, and find out just why the application for a federal loan to finance the planning stage of a sewerage program was being delayed. According to the city authorities, the applicat- ion for the loan was made about fifteen months ago and according to a news report that was put out last week, pre- sumably with the approval of the city authorities, the city has beeen getting the run-around .ver since. We commend the City Fathers for discussing this matter with our representatives in Washington, and we hope that the visi will indeed expedite some final action on the pending application. But in fattiness to Senator Randolph we feel the record shouhl show that until the City Fathers made their visit this week Senator Randolph was not aware of the diffi- culties the City Fathers were encountering. We print this as a fact because there is a plain inference that Senator Ran- dolph has not been properly attending to the needs of his con- stituents. Few men who have been p vileged to represent this area in the Congress of the United States have ever been more attentive to the needs of this area than Senators Randolph, Byrd and C mgressman Staggers. On any problems or re- quests within their power. We have always found all three of them prompt to reply and equally prompt to act. SPORTS NEWS Sports news is important to men --especially men in the armed forces. Now, with a larger coverage than ever before, military men anywhere in the world can enjoy the local and area sports news with a subscription to The Spirit of Jeffer,- son-Advocate, And you can't get better sports coverage, lo- cally,, than that in the pages of this newspaper. This news- paper has received numerous awards from the West Virginia Press Association in the annual Better Newspaper Contests, for its excellent spor s coverage, and has long been acclaimed as THE PAPER to read when it comes to local sports infor- mation, that serviceman of yours a subscription today. He will appreciate your thoughtfuln#ss and he'll appreciate bein able to l ead and keep up on the local sports happen= in s.. Why not contact the subscription or circulation de- partment:s of this newspaper right now... OUR ADVERTISERS This newspaper hies, every week, to give its readers as good a fare as possible of useful ideas, valuable suggestions and informative article which we think will help you with your business. But as we persue eazh issue we realize that it becomes increasingly difficult to compete for your intel est with the fine caliber of advertising which parades through the pages of our publication. This of course, is a most wet- come type of competition, And we have been pleased t cently to receive lette , from several advertisers expressing appre- ciation of the fine response they get to their advertising in The Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate. We are also glad to know that m xst of our l aders are following the advertisements closely. But if there are still some readers who do not take time to all of the ads, we urge you to get the lmbit right away. We are proud of our advertisers --- and we want you to ret full value from their many worth-while messages, so cal fully prepared for you. Atlanta. Georgia 3{)319 Sept. 1966 Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. Gentlemen: I am enclosing my cI cck for $5.00 as renewal ubscription for the paper. I have agreed pro and con on the Subject. As you may know I was born and reared in Jefferson County, but after forty two years away, there are few people that I am familiar with, excep my near relations, whom I try. to visit every summer. I always enjoy coming back "home", and of cou- rse I'm interested in anything that affects Jefferson County, so I guess I'll just have to keep on getting the Advocate. Yours Truly Lillian B. Agcc Charles Town, W. Va. By Henry W. Morrow i from at some sessions and still tile some. Or .each person can draw or paint rom a subject of his own choice. It is hoped that arrangements can be made for trips to nearby cities to exhibits sometime dur- in,g this period. Dues of $5.00 per member will help to purchase easels and other equipment. Beginners are welcome to join with i)his group and a cordial in- vitation is extended to all inter- OUR STAKE IN THE of the United States ff the vot- ested persons. COMING ELECTION ers will bu give them a chance. Wih eOenera ecton Ut e a act t emater is that the Congress of the United Cub Pac sts scant six weeks away it seems States is run by the CommitteesI this observer that West Vir- ginians as a whole, and those in of the Congress, and the Com- Secohd Congressional Dis-mittees are run by and large by At S0 t Camp0 their charimen. Some chairmen trict in particular, would do well to consider just what they have amoun,t of apathy. And this ap- athy is more than compounded in areas (such as Jefferson County, for example) where the Primary is tantamount to elect- ion. But the truth of the matter is choose to operate in an arbitrary At Criswelrs Farm and capricious way, as, for ex- at stake in the November 8 ballot- ample, Adam Clayton Powell, ing. For West Virginians the Chairman of the House Com- Ct b Scouts of Pack No. 39, of year 1966 is wha.t is termed an mittee on Education, or Senator Pcanson, were guests at the Boy 'off-year' election. That is to James Eastland, Chairman of the Scout Camp,o-ree hedd Saturday, say, West Virginians will not be Senate Judiciary Committee. But September 24, at Criswel'l's Flor- voting for a governor or a presi- the fact of the matter is that ists, near Nollville in Berkeley dent and, indeed, will only be committee Chairman have great County. I The boys saw many demonstrat, filling a fraction of the county power, for better or worse, and ions of Scomcraft in the after, and state offices. The result of all of this is that the voters are af- for the first time in many a moon inoon and in dhe evening there flioted with more than the usual two of he most powerful com- were Indian dances around the mittees in Congress are in the'ca, mpfire by the Explorer Post hands of two West Virginians, of Williamsport, Pa. both of whom are welt known to The followin, g boys and their the people wit hin the voice of this parents attended: Brian and newspaper. Should Jennings Noble Hay, Douglas and Thomas Randolph or Harley Staggers be Lynch, Michael Cvu ter, Donald defeated in the coming election Boyer, Robbie Payne, M. R. Wall, the chairmanship of the respect- Frank Howard, Ricky Sowers, that as far as Virginia is ive committees they head would James Milton, Jeff Ashcraft, concerned the coming November not pass to their successors in Jimmy Andrews ,Chris Chapman, 8 election is one of the most office. It would pass, under the Roscoe Hayes, Robbie Ennis and important this observer can ever seniority rules, to those next in:chris Basch. remember. Why is this so? To line, neither of whom are West understand this the average voter James Brand, Cubmaster, also must possess more than just a No one, not even their most attended. little kn.owledge about two events ardent enemies, has ever accused The parents of the Cub Scouts that happened during the past Jennings Randolph or Harley will meet Tuesday night, Oct. year, the gnifJgance of which is Staggers of being arbitrary or 4, at St. Thomas Lutheran fully understood in Washington, capricious. There ha e been no Ohurch, headquarters for the Cub hut signffigance of which is headlines to suggest that either Pack. only partially understood among of these men have used their rank and file voters, vast powers for any purpose Wilt Meet Oct. The two events to which I refer other than for the common good, 6r0 . are these: dur!ng the past year of the nation as a whole and for! West Virginia s senior United the good of West Virginia as well.i TO Form D p]] a e Br|d States Senator, Jennings Ran- And that is precisely the stake dolph, was eleva ted to the chair- the voters of West Virginia as! manship of the powerful Senate a whole and Second Congress- Tow tonal District in particular have Public Works Committee, and in the coming election. For if] A group of Charles Town res- this Second Congressional Dis- trict's veteran Congressman, voter apathy should result in thei idents interested in forming a Harley O. Staggers, was elevated rejection of these two men, West sanctioned bridge club will hold I a meeting Tuesday, October 4, at to the chairmanship of the Virginians of both major politi-; equally powerful Iiouse Com- cal parties would suffer a devast- 7:30 p. m. in the auditorium of mittee on Interstate and Foreign ting blow. This is not a reflect- the Civic Center. Commerce. The point for West on their challengers; it is simply All area bridge players, wheth- Virginians to remember and un- an acknowledgement of how the er they have played duplicate or derstand is that both of these system works, not, are urged to a tend. men are up for reelection this At presen.t West Virginia is The meeting wilt feature a talk year, and should either one of just beginning to emerge from by Mr. W. L. DeGrange, Past them be defeated, or should both :the depths of poverty. It now has Vice-president of the Western of them be defeated, the "voice" itwo champ.ions in Washington Maryland Bridge Association and of West Virginia in the Halls of who can greatly accelerate pro- currently plant manager at Wells Congress would shrink to a gress in that direction,justIndustries Corporation. whisper, because they are Democrats or:Mr. DeGrange has been instru- The Congress of the United just because they are incumbents, mental in forming clubs in Key- States, general opinion to the but because they have climbed ser and Romney, the former be- ing one of the most successful contrary nothwithstanding, does the seniority ladder:to the point culbs in the entire state. not operate on the basis of silver of where they wield great power His discussivn wll,1 outline such toned oratory. It is a pretty pict- and influence over Democratic ure that some candidates paint of wha~ they will do if the vo~ers will on,ly send them to Washing- ton. And no doubt some of the aspirants are qmte sincere in be- ~lieving they can wield great in- fluence in and on the government committees in a Democratic Congress with a Democratic pres- ident. And it behooves West Vir- ginians to insure their stay in Congress by supporting them. In doing so we support the cause of West Virginia. September 26, 1966 and answer period. things as: Duplicate Bridge and how it works, what makes a good clu'b, the formalities necessary to acquire a franchise from the A. C. B. L. and the advantage a regular game of Chis type of- fers the people Of Charles Town. Plans will be formulated to get a Gharles Town club underway within the next two weeks. Dear Mr. Brown: We as American peopl'e find it very convenien to be able to ex- press our opini ons through free- dom of speech and freedom of press. But, in expressing our opinions to the public, we should be concerned about expressing real truth, and facts,~ tha~ are not misleading to our American pub- lic. Last week in reading a letter to Vhe editor, the author of the arti- cle men ioned something about the sChool board runniing a con- test for the :enaming of Page- Jackson School. I wonder if he knows who Mr. Page and Mr. Joekson were. These were two Negro educators who contributed much to the development of chil- dren in this county. They did much toward the field of educa- tion. not only h)cally but their great expanse of knowledge ex- tended beyond the borders of Jefferson County. you just erase great men's numes when they p ss from [he scene of ac. ion? I say no. If the author of last week's article, could have found out who the two men were. He would have been a little more reluctant to mention bout renaming Page-Jackson school. I wonder what name he has in mind. If people expressed themselves through basic truths, there would be confusion and strife in his great tend of Amer- ica, and a better understanding among all people. Thank You. OSCAR D. REELER Kenneth Sims, Trooper Arthur Present Driver Pr0grm For Jr. Women The Charles Town Juntor Wo- man's Club was honored to have i as gues ts on September 19, Mr. Kenneth Sims of the Job Corps Center and W. Va. State Trooper Gary Arthur. Trooper Arthur took members of the club by surprise when he passed out a driver exam such as is given to hose wishing to obtain their driver's license. After these were filled out and check- ed over by the members, Mr. Sims gave a most interesting and informative presentation entit- led, "Why Driver Education?" This was followed by a question The meeting was then called Mr. DeGrange has stated that to order by Mrs. James Gore,it is impotent for .those who President, and the devotion was have never played duplicate to read by Mrs. R. Manning Kelley. attend his first meeting, so that Mrs. Gore welcomed the new they might become aware of the members and minutes of the last simplicity of the game and the meeting were read by rs. Blake enjoyment that it offers to all Harrison. Mrs. Robert Turnerbridge players, regardless of cal- gave the treasurer's report,iber. Thank You notes were received from Mrs. Sam Billotti and Mrs. Persons desiring more details O. S. Bloom. Mrs. B illotti also may contact Mrs. James Bartlett at 725-5084 or Mrs. Louise Ramey made a request for a temporary at 725-7110. leave of absence. Several reports followed includ- ing those on the Charm and Tal- ent Revue, the District Workshop and Christmas articles. Mrs. Har- rison asked that all orders for Christmas articles be deliveredi to her by October 8. [ A ceramic Christmas tree, that t will be raffled off, will in the near future, be displayed in window of Jefferson Hardware. The tree has been cleaned and painted by Mrs. Gore and Mrs. Robert Butch, and will be doc- orated with tiny ights and will contain a music box which plays "V hite Christmas." Mrs. Turner announced that the annual dance will be ;held on February 25. The club will enter a float in the Hallowe'en parade. Float chairman 4s Mrs, Michael Cronin and the committee members are Mrs. Etlen Kibler; Mrs. Herbert Withers, Mrs. Leonard Nicely and Mrs. Gary Kable. Yearbooks and Orientation booklets ,were presented to the members and the meeting was ajourned. The hostess committee respon- sible for providing refreshments was headed by Mrs, Gary Kable. Committee members were Mrs. Robert Watson, Mrs. John Mor- ris and Mrs. Earl Guinn. Fall Season For Adult Art Group Opens October 19 A Fail session of Adult.Art group will start at the Jefferson County Civic Center, Wednesday, Oct( ber 19th. There is no in* structor for this group pres- ent. tIowever here will be work- shops each Wednesday cvening from 7:30 titt 9:30 for nine weeks l through December 21st. 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Many other items priced for clearance NO MONEY DOWN! DIVISION OF Commonwealth Lumber & Hardware N. MILDRED STREET Charles Town, West Virginia OPEN MON. to FRI. 7:30 to 5:00 P. M. Just Say CHARGE IT! SAT. 7:30 to 12:00