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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 10, 1964     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 10, 1964

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,qPTRPIP Iri~ TPIPPlPlPqOXT I~AII,~.IR AT~YBPA~ I Busine&u or News Deparhnent- Dl.%I, 725-2046 TIIITRSI)AY. I)E('EMt]EI{ 1 O, 19(; 1 CADILLACS FOR GOVERNORS lhat yial funds to purchase a ff redat on to the o lt- shou here new i so-called gesture, and Gover state his own dis- will not tolerate hence, or. ever. of no bearing; It then, it is not ,s tO this sort t farce. The management under the direction I(~r lilt' ~,!t'o pres~dol]fl b:u/ I l oat~, : It is lmr0 to put one's finger on he not been the President's choice, the precise thing that makes Hum IIa4tlm ~ decided to lea- phrey something less than popu ve the matter soled to the Con- far among the masses. He is a bet nntion in Atlantic City last Stun ter than average mixer, an al mer the choice would have pro. most complete extrovert; he is ~y been Robert Kennedy er not wealthy, and even, his enem- e~e ~art/~. les concede that he has never used the President his public office for private gain. The reason is so obvious and so single, so lacking in mystery, that it is almost incredible: Hubert Humphrey is a thoroughly com- petent and capable politican of a poIRical type that the President )cth admires and He is a man who tO He has sponsored and fought for some of the most dramatic legis- lation of the past decade and a half. It may be this latter factor that has cost him and made him the less than popular figure that he is. In a sense he has been the consdence of the Democratic Par- conscience is not thing to have in ~zz oz'duz" to be ab~otutei.i ~tai'e of on,time delivery, out-of-town Chri stmas cards should be put in the mail no later than Tuesday, Dec- ember I5. All packages for distant places should have been mailed by this time and the packages to nearby cities should be mailed no later than Monday, December 14, It is important that the ZIP Code be included on all packages as this will save up to 24 hours in the delivery of most parcel post. The ZIP Coded packages al~ have a much better chance of arriving at their destination undama,~d since they require fewer Imndlings a, long the way. The exchan A IBOLUTiOt Whereas on November 2t), 1964, God in his infin/te Wisdom took P. Paxton Marshall to be with him and Whereas for many years lie ser- ved as the Chairman of the Jeff- erson County Democratic Execut- organize occupational therapy de- partments at Walter Reed Hospi- tal and Mr. Alto hospitals in Wash ington. She was later transferred to Cape May, N. J. and Carlisle Barracks (Pa,) where she also opened therapy departments in those Army Medical centers. of Charles Town; six ten; three sisters - Jones, Charles Town; Gullick, New Jersey; Zeila Defflinger, and a brother, John Charles Town. Her husband, the late Frank ~ C~ TO W. Smith, a clerk of the old Dis- in the affairs of the Jefferson becamd known in ...... - n'etca, Lose io Mt. St. Mary's Tho Shepherd College cagers appear to be having road trouhl{, lhis ;qeason, and as a resull they ch'nnn~,rt a ,i.