-?Jamestown Mayor William D. Whitehead said he felt that Anton Hanson, city Republican chairman, needed some "enlightenment" about conditions in Jamestown. He went on to offer Mr. Hanson an open invitation to sit down with him and discuss municipal problems at any time. Jamestown's future, he tartly told Mr. Hanson, "will be built by those who work for it - not those who only promise it." The mayor and Mr. Hanson, along with Jess J. Present, City Council president, were locked in a three way battle for the republican nomination in the Sept. 5 primaries for mayor.
The village was still on a voluntary restriction that seemed to be working as residents cooperated. "We've had very good cooperation from the residents," he said.