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Harpers. Lions To, Hold $h0oflng Match Saturday At 1 Members of the Harpers Ferry ;olivar Lions Club will hold ~heir annual shooting match Sat, arday, Nov. 2, beginningat 1 m. at the Jefferson County Izaak Walton Club grounds. Shooting will be in both the trap and still target categories, Frizes will be in beef and hams. Proceeds from the project will be used by the club of community betterment projects in the two eommtmities. AIl ND f,qim SUHDAY Panthers--- From Page 1-C a touchdown for Doleman to up the Panther score to 45-21 with 4.55 left in the ball game. The Panthers later took possess on of the ball from the Cardinals on a pass interception and moved to the Cardinal 13-yard stripe where with only seconds of play The time has come in the affairs of Jefferson County, the Sixteenth Senatorial District and the State of West Virginia that a Strong Ex- perienced Legislative voice is needed to speak for us in the West Virginia State Senate. Let's elect and send to Charleston as Senator from the Sixteenth District a man who has the experience, ability and background to completely rep- resent all of the people of the District, a man who will faithfully guard the rights and privileges of all the people and who will keep all the people, fully and duly informed. P John L Rogers of Keyser has been elected to and served seven terms in the West Virginia House of Delegates. He has served on,many of the im- portant committees of the House including Finance, Agriculture and Roads. His experience both as a farmer and trucking operator has further aided him in becoming conversant with the needs and problems of our people. ! "AMan of the People -- To Represent the People" (This advertisement paid for by a committee of Jefferson County Democrats who believe that John I. Rogers can best represent us in the State Senate) II OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CHARLES TOWN, W. Oh. He is presently engaged in the private practice of law in Charles Town and since coming to Jefferson County to make his permanent and future home he has earned the highest respect of his colleagues at the Jefferson County Bar. While his name will be found on the Rtpublican side of the ballot, and while he is a Republican in politics, he believes that the office of Prosecuting Attorney is and should be non-politicaL He asks Democrats, Republicans and Independents, in voting for this office, to VOTE FOR THE MAN whom Democrats, Republicans and Independents alike feel is best qualified to serve as legal adviser to the County Court, to the Board of Education, to the D PA, to the justices of the peace, to the police, and to the other tax supported county agencies. He wants the opportunity to serve all the people of Jefferson County as county attorney. Give him that chance and see for yourself how well he will enerit that stewardship. K. Paul Davis graduated from our State University in 1962 following which he fulfilled his military obligation by eniiasting for three years in the United States Marines. Honorably discharged in 1965 with the rank of first lieutenant, he re- turned to West Virginia University complete his legal education. Following grad- uation he and his wife, Mary Jean, selected Charles Town and Jefferson County as the place they would like to live and raise their family. He is an active member of the Methodist Church and an active Mason. He has a deep and abiding interest in the future of Jefferson County and sees in the office of Prosecuting Attorney an opportunity to serve the community, he and his wife and family have chosen for their permanent home. Here are some of the things Paul Davis Stands for: sound legal guidance to the C(mnty Court, without meddH lg in the policy decisions of the court except to keep it from acting unlawfully; sromtd legal guidance to the justices of the peace and to the State Police to make imre the rights of everyone are protected; sound legal guidance to the taxing authorities to make certain all are treated equally and fairly; fair, impax tial, and IMPERSONAL prosecution of these charged with com- mission of crime, a policy of n :ver being too busy with private matters to attend to the duties of the polite. Put INTEGRITY, DEDIC,ATION at d ABILITY in the office and take politics: out of it. ELECT K. PAUL DAWiS YOUR,N PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Oct. 24-31- W. W. HAMr? OND J. STRIDER;MOLER LOWELL HETZ,President (Paid For Perso by the Board Members) rerunning McIvor went in for the Council and Mrs. Katherine Wilt] Score. The Panthers now 5-2 on the I for decorations for the dance. The [ Harpers Ferry High School Band[ season rolled up a total of 346 directed by Mr. Daris A/bright. [ net yards, while Shepherdstown / gained a total of 196 yards. FRIDAY, NOV. 1 It will be Homecoming Day at Charles Town at Warren County, Harpers Ferry High School Sat- 8 p. m. urday, November 2, and the stu- Shephel~lstown at Boonsboro, $ dents, faculty and old grads are p. m. expected to nmke the most of the Martinsburg at Thomas Johnson occasion with special events hay- 8 p. m. ing been arranged for the day. Handley at Loudoun County, $ The activities for the day will p.m. begin ~ith the annual Homecom- Smithburg at Berkeley Springs, ing Day football game, this time 8 p. m. it will be between the Tigers of Spingarn at Fort Hill, 8 p. m. Harpers Ferry coached by How- Frederick at Westminster, 8 p. m. ard Jackson and Robert Rizzo, Hampshire at Keyser, 2 p. m. and the Brunswick, (Md.) Rail- Petersburg at Moorefield roaders, coached by Herb Daugh- Clarke County at Loudoun Valley erty, Jim Fraser, Gene Foltz and 8 p .m. Ken Gaither. Programs are being Robert E. Lee High at James prepared to be sold at the game Wood, 8 p. m. and proceeds are to be used to North Hagerstown at James Buch help pay, for the orchestra that will play for Homecoming dance to be staged that night. Halftime ceremonies at the foot ball game will include the crown ing of the queen and perfor- mance by the Harpers Ferry High School Band. The Queen will be chosen from a list of six gir~s who were the winning nominees from the 10th, llth, and 12th grades. They are as follows: Sen- iota, Elizabeth Smoot, and Susan Rutherford; Juniors, Rebecca Kidwiiler and Sarah Beth Wilt; Sophomores, Linda Daugherty and Diane Crock. The entrie stu- dent body will vote on October 25 by secret ballot to select one of these girls for the honor of becoming the 1968 Homecoming Queen. The announcement of the Queen will not be made until half time ceremonies. Following the homecoming game, the students will then hold their annual homecoming dance from 8:00 to 12:00 featuring music by the Neopoli,tans. Attire for this dance ~ill be semi-formal and will be for the students and their dates. Special appreciation Is extend- ed to the following: The National Honor Society sponsored by Mrs. Shirley Pifer prepared all the advertising of the elections for queen. This included bulletin boards and posters urging stu- dents to~ vote for the one of their choice. The Future Business Lead era of America sponsored by Mrs, Margaret Jamison contributed the crown and flowers for the homecoming even,ts. The Student ]Paid ~Polltleal AdverUsememt Why is Jay Rockefeller concerned about West Virginia's /argost export? BecaUse oat largest export is our young people. 7 out f 10 learn Weet Virginia be. fern their 24th birthday. "We must encourage new indus~to pro- vide expanded job opportunity for our youth; we must reach out to our young peo- ple and let them know they are needed and wanted; we must give them confidence in their government and a sense of optimism about the future c~ our stat~" I I Downtown Winchester, Va. DEMOCRAT FOR SECRETARY OF STATE PAID FOR BY CANDIDATE SATURDAY, NOV. 2 Brunswick at Harpers Ferry, 2 p.m. Hedgesville at Hancock, 2 p. m. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F 'g ADVOC g I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 RFPUBLICAN CAN FOR HOUSE Of DELEGATES FROM JEFFERSON CAST YOUR VOTE " ' r FOR A PROGRAM OF ~J~ 1, Work to protect property owners in Jefferson County from having their land acquired Federal Government. ' 2. Work to resist Federal enroaehment on States fights. 3. Work to establish closer communication between Charleston and Jefferson COup, [ residents of the County fully informed about legislation affecting the County. 4. Work to obtain funds for better hospital fa ilitie~ in the County. 5. Work for funds to establish mental health facilities in the County. "'' : 6. Work to obtain better and safer highways in the County : ,:; 7. Work to obtain adequate commuter train service between Jefferson Coun ton, D. C. . .: 8. Work to develop voeqtional schools. 9. Work to obtain higher salaries for teachers---salaries which will be in line wlth in Maryland and V/rg/nia. 10. Work to provide free textbooks for elementary and high school students. ' II. Work for the return of prayer to schools. 12. Work to provide increased opportunities in the County for young poople so' th'eY~'~ ~ have to leave the area for better jobs and salaries. 13. Work to establish controls over distribution of vulgar literature and moving 14. Work for State-wide beautification and anti.litter proposals. 15. Work for State-wide conservation legislation, and legislation controlling pollution. r! 16. Work for legislation prohibiting Sunday h orse racing, and any other 17. Work for a Constitutional Convention to study the State Constitution to points which need to be revised and strengthened, to eliminate those no longer applicable, and to insure a strong Constitution providing fully for of the present day. ~ 18. Work for Jefferson County and speak up in both Charleston and necessary This Program of Progress is the basis of my request for your support duridg tl~ campaign and for your vote on November 5, 1968. ~THANK YOU. LOUISE LEONARD ~ Qualifications: ~: Resident of Harpers Ferry for 15 years. Grad uate of George Washington University of Government. Seven years experience in small business. Approximately t n.years perience in Federal Government, Active in civic and community affairs. : ,Q L. 31-1t- (PoI. NOW PLAYING Life Magazine says- "Sweetest, Nicest, Most Pleasurable Movie You Could Hope To Seel" 1Ms kwbmt dl the fun isl Twin Doubl 0 I RICHARD R NEAL LEO J. WIDMYER ,NO PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE TODAY CAN EQUAL HIS EXPERIENCE OR HI$"RECOR Twenty Years Ago While In Congress HE SUPPORTED: CIVIL RIGHTS INCOME TAX REDUCTIONS INCREAKED SOCIAL SECURITY ANTI COMMUNIST LEGISLATION IN THE FORM OF THE MUNDT-NIXON BILL America Will Elect Nixon Because People Are: Tired of high spouding Tired of higher price i Tired of high taxes Tired of increased inflation Tired of crime and riots Tired of Federal waste Tired of lower world prestige Tired of the satging dollar Tired of dwindling gold rm rve Tired of the No-Win War Tired of camp-ins, lie-ins, and all the other "ins" that the Johuson.Hnmphrey Administration have fostered, tolerated amt defended. While Vice.President he acted as President of United States on three different occasions --- in when President Eisenhower had a heartatta aged in 1956 and 1957 when Presideut Eisenhower Also as Vice.President he travded to 55 countries in the int-re t or maintaini intwMtioad we had peace during the Eimmlu er,Nize,Fm.' IT'S A REPUBLICAN YEAR BECAUSE HERE'S THE RECORD! 1900 Tl ough Wm I (*Sour e: Bureau of the Budget, Budget ofU. S. Gee't: F f:: Fiscal Year 1969. Tax Foundation, Facts and Figures "Government. "1967 Edition.") L In O flce 33 Years Year Balanced 21 Years Out of 33 6 Years Out Deficits 12 Out of 33 30 Out-~f 36 Cumulative Deficits $22.5 Billion $314.5 BilUea Personal Income Tax Reductions 6 Times 4 Times .:,: