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December 24, 1959

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i i" I "-- I I I II I.___ I "'' " 0rth eYE ,u.+.o ,.u.o,.....oo. ,. wl v. I L BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPAN , NC. IB~ H~ W. Morrow ALl. BUBICNIffTIONm DICLIVKRED IN THI[ OTATE ARE 11UBJECT TO ~ CONIIUMEIWIB Pohhcal" " Pzevue" Ibt ent Demooratic Congressman IALIKI TAX SUBSCRIPTION S3.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. I Harlo,r c~ mto~,~,ers Js "~'~+ ov,~,.t,~ The era of peace and good l v SPIRIT IF.JrrABI.188HED !S44 -- ADVOCATE r~rrABLISH[[D ,SOS thl~tsqz~a~s Pr~sPjrlyd~min2~t~e ] for'ren~om'i'~ati~ia'n~t" C.OMBINED MABCH I. IO4e '" .... .... ca+ do"7'lwhistn' of Morgantown, will pro ...... t~ Sea I bably get the I~publ can z~od by a~mospnere me minute ne - ] .,~,_ ,, MAX BROWN, I~rron ....... ~.~ .... el ..r~,~o.otions ! uw++m~. OFFICE NORTH GEORG110TREi'ii* -- TE will commence in earnest ,for theI ,DO ~o, ~,~ ,~,-.,.,-.,~el ,,, sha~,~ W~t Vwgmia May Pr.imaxy eC-lup late next month. Jefferson B11RVING J11FF11RSON COUNTY FOR 114 Vll~,R8 AND R11AD B~r MORE. ~'~':. ~ o+,+~ ~.~ .... ~ ~,^,~olCounty will elect a host of county tHAN ZO O~ PEOPLE a~ERY WEEK. v .... "= ~'~Y "~[~" ?-"~ "-"'on I officers including a new sheriff race is ~egmn!ng ~o saape up, :_ ] since by la~ the incumbent sheriff vne ~emocramc sine a~ ~eas~ m 11NTIRI[D A. BKCOND CLAI. MATTER AT TNK PorroFFicl[ IN CHARL,I TOWN ~he gui~bernatorial race with four [ 2w~nnstchboeol r~oe~edm:mn4aea~es~~ W. VA., UNDER THI[ ACT OF MARCH a, |11711 .... didate- ~-avin'- announced for" v'~. ~-_. s .. _~[members of the Cotmty Court ~ me z)emocramc nomination a,:~u/ __.,I .:,, ,. .... u, ....,_ .~.~ ^~' W11EEKLY N11~N11P P11R REPRE~ENTATiV1111. INC. at least one more expected to an-[ ~-tl~ ~ - *~udae of t-he Circuit .... r 1 - "~een ......... ~" ~ NIL~ YORK - CHICAGO - ATLANTA - D11TROIT - LOB ANG11LF-8 nounce. ~asc week t~ e J. bK 'lCourt P,r this 23,rd Judicial Clr- ~Btate Treasurer entered the race I _. M11MBER OF THE following simil~r announcements[ cuz~.. .... a,, T-Tulett ~m~+h W W Barren I ~)n one strictly county level the NATIONAL EDITORIAL ~' a,ud Harry Pauley. The belief still/D..emcra,tic nomln~ton Is vi.rt - ' ~ r" ~ m ' ~ r~ "S, ,-revalls that Ralr~ Bean of [ ally ~a~t~moun~ ~ emcsion mnce | [ A ~ Cli~ T~ ~ (T ~],~ | ~Ioorvfield wil4 enter'~the race As ~ Democrats. ~. tnumber i ~| I CJ ~ Ik x~ ][it Hi~] vet no Reptcblicans have entered|cans aimos~ T~_ree ~o one. ~o :arI " - ~ tl~e race, although former Sena-/al'l ln~ens .a,.-ld pu.l~pose..~s the P~-J tor Chauman Revercomb and for J mary ~:lec~lon Will De Tr~ mL~W- ] .... mer Sen'ator John Hoblitzell and lTI)N insofar as county office tel Thursday, December 24, 1959 incumbent Congressman Arch ]concerned. I Moore are all co~asidered possil~le[ Interest in the judgeship has candidates. ]been precipitated by the announ-I ~Uhl@~k41~ r~h~ West Virginians will also el-[cement made two weeks ago by ~Jl~|~|i~A~ ~l~i~[ ect a us senator this year, and I~ray Silver, Jr., a MaxtinsburgI Senator Jennin,gs Randolph wlll l attorney, stating ne would seekI St. Luke 2: 1- 20 ,undoubtedly be the Democratic [the Democratic nomi~ation for] ' nominee. His probable opponent I that post. Incumbent Judge D. H. ] -- " i ........... w " - l,u the General Electio~ will be IRodgers, a Republican, who hasI c came pass in nose aays cna nere OUl; Cecil Underwood, although Un-Iheld t~e post for more than a decree from Ceasar Augustus that all the world should derwood has shown no great will l years in a prodiminatly Democra-I be taxed. And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius ingness to enter the race. The feel I tic circuit, has not indicated whe- ] was ~overnor of Syria And all went to be taxed ever- lng, however, is that the Republi- | ther or not he will seek reelection. 0. ,. ":7 " -- ..... ' ~ cans will pressure him to make I There will also be considerableI one ingle his own cll;y. T~n(1 Josepn also wen~ up ~rom the race appealing to his sense of I local interest in filling ~e posit-] Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judea, unto the duty to' the Party. It should be lion of state s~nator from this SixI city of David, which is called Bethlehem, (because he was added, perhaps parenthetically, [teenth Se,~atoriaJ District. Ralp I of the house and lineage of David " To be taxed with that no person in West Virginia lBean, whose term expires in 1960 ,_: ........ o:. ." ". ......... .has ever gone directly from fine I as indicated he will not seek reek uxary nm usi useu wlxe, [}elng grea wlm Cflll(1. 2-knct also Executive Manslo in Charleston I lection to that post, although he it was that while they were there; the days were accom- to the u. s. senate. But with the[has evidenced interest in running, ulished that she should be delivered And she brought advantages that are normally at. [.for t~e Democratic nominationI :e,,,.+t, 1.,,.. ....... . ;., tendant to running for office from [for overnor. As no one has ......... pp u ........... the governor's chair Underwood|announced for the post, and pre- Clo~nes, ana lalQ mm in a manger because nere was no o9uld be a formidable candidate [ sumably there will be candidates room for them in the Inn. And there was in the same lthough his record of accom'plishlfrom the western part of the Dis- country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over ment as governor has been any-[ trict. But the field is open to can their flocks by night. And lo, the angel of the Lord came tth ng tb~et P: Vecongressiona t~r;?t~let~o~er upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone around about !District, there is little chance of[State Senator from this District them and they were sore afraid. And the angel said uuto'a serious Primary battle. Incum- hails from Martlnsburg. them. Fear not: for behold, I bring you good tidings of .great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is -- Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you: ye , , shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a mul- Bank of Charles Town sal respect she enjoys. Her Chris Charles Town W Va titude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, Glory ~ ~.~ ~.~g Lion approach to her problems, ......... her practical solution and her tO God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward Mr. Max Brown, Editor ' ' quick decisions all add up to an en. And it cazne to pass as the angels were gone away Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate. executive of rare ability, She add f om them into heaven, the shepherds said one to another, Charles Town. W. Va. ed as much strength ,to the Hoe- Let us now go even unto Bethlehem and see this thing Mt.mi through yourTormed ital as icsthewalls.brick and mortar that which is come to pass, which the Lord hath made known --lumns m- ersonal 'feelin and Miss Parkin has the satisfaction unto us. And they came with haste and found Mary, and,, at of hu'ndreds of our p~ople, of leaving an lnstituti