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11.,,. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,1978 Breathing Room I That threatened confrontation between the upper Shenandoah Valley and northern Virginia over water from the Shenandoah River has been deferred, but not resolved permanently. It may resurface in the next decade or so, and localities here which were unanimous in opposing the Shenandoah River pumpover project should keep a watchful eye on the matter. Formal agreement among the CARPETS CLEANED ) In your home or J' place of business  by Van Schrader /tJJ  dry-foam method. J+l No fuss" NO muss II, I No odor  ca, to#.y p for fr +JJlll ell/mlll+ "+? m"+J Allll lutl I Upholstery Clmmers Did 725.4201 i states of Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia over sharing water from the Potomac River has freed the northern Virginia area from its short- term water crisis. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved a pumping station on the Potomac River that will ease the situation in Fairfax County and other localities in that area -- but only until 1993 or so. At that point, the Corps of Engineers explains, northern Virginia will again have to look for additional water resources. It's understandable that the Shenandoah River pumpover is so attractive a proposal, con- sidering the alternatives. It is the only immediate source of water that lies totally within one jurisdiction -- the Com- monwealth of Virginia, so the red tape and negotiations over water rights are minimal compared with further drawdowns of the Pdtomac or the Chesapeake Bay. There wouldn't be that much con- struction involved in the pum- pover -- a pipeline running from the Riverton pumping station along Interstate 66 to Manassas Gap -- compared with the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA at the Capitol in the City of Charleston on the 10th day of January, 1978. M. C. CASE NO. 4812 JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, INC., a corporation, (Charles Town, Jefferson County.) Application" for transfer of certificate unto THOMASSEN FORD-MERCURY, INC., a corporation, Charles Town, Jefferson County. WHEREAS, Jefferson County Motors, Inc., a corporation, has filed application for approval of the transfer and assignment unto Thomassen Ford-Mercury, Inc., a cor- poration, of P.S.C.M.C. Certificate No. F-2450, authorizing operation of two (2) motor vehicles 'wrecker trucks' as a common carrier in the transportation of wrecked and-or disabled motor vehicles in Charles Town and vicinity, Jef- ferson County, with occasional trips to and from more distant points, from a place of business located at Charles Town. IT IS ORDERED that this matter be set for hearing to be held at the Harrison County Courthouse in the City of Clarksburg on the 10th day of February, 1978, at 9:00 a.m., EST, at which time and place the applicant shall appear and prosecute said application. Leave is hereby given to anyone interested to file objection to said application at any time on or before said date or at said hearing. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the applicant give notice of the filing of said application and of the time and place of said hearing by publishing a copy of this order in a newspaper published and ofgeneral circulation in Jefferson County, once at least ten '10' days prior to the 1Oth day of February, 1978, making due return thereof on or before the day of hearing. A Copy. Teste: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary Jan. 19-It i exorbitant Costs of constructing new impoundment reservoirs or a dam such as the ill-fated Verona project. Should water shortages threaten northern Virginia in the early 1990's, we can see no reason why these arguments will not still apply. The proposed interbasin transfer of Shenandoah River water brought a concerted, united position from upper Valley localities, who seemed to be the only ones concerned about the impact of the pumpover project on this area. We were heartened by the swift response that the various boards of supervisors and city councils brought to bear as the pumpover project materialized last fall. But there's an underlying issue here that goes beyond the single instance of this proposed pipeline. Water resource shortages in northern Virginia can be seen as just one result of SHEPHERDSTOWN Mrs. Janet Hansen Rev. and Mrs. Randy Tremba are the parents of a 9 lb. son, Jonah, born January 12 at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Winter yoga classes began on Friday, January 13. For those interested in joining a week late, please call Cindy Keller, 876- 2020. Classes will he held on Monday and Friday at 9:15 a.m. at the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church and will last for 9 weeks. The cost os $2.00 )er session. Babysitting is provided for an additional charge. Kay Lampard, from the Hagerstown YMCA, is the in- structor. Anyone interested may meet at the church on Friday dressed in loose clothing or leotards for exercising and with , some type of mat. Yoga consists of non-strenuous stretching the tremendous urbanization of f i exercmes for tomng and hrmmg. that region since World War II. ! All ages will benefit from the The demand on public services, i classes. natural resources and public Donna Edsel, who earned a finances has grown ex- Masters degree in Journalism ponentially with the population i surge in northern Virginia. In that analysis, what we have seen in the Shenandoah pumpover project is just one example of what happens when a region sustains heavy economic growth and is forced to look beyond its borders for those resources or services which it needs but does not have. The awareness of our local governing bodies towards this region's own resources requirements -- now and in the future -- has been heightened by the Shenandoah River pumpover case. But it certainly won't be the last time that northern Virginia's growth will touch this region. There cannot be too much emphasis on that point: northern Virginia's problems can quickly become our problems, whether by projects such as the Shenandoah pum- pover, or by the spread of un- controlled urbanization from the metropolitan Washington area into the Shenandoah Valley. We should intensify our own plan- ning and preparedness for that probability. (Winchester Star) last year, is at present on the faculty of Ohio State University. Judge Michael Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Doyle, of Bethesda, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Christman at their home on East German Street. Dr. and Mrs. Verle Headings are the new owners of the Bookends. Mrs. Headings, who will be in charge +of the shop, hopes everyone will stop in and say hello. HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR Mr. Reid Geronimo - - ........... -- -- --, Pastor Mary Ellen Huzzard, of the Bolivar U.M. Church, was hack in the pulpit Sunday after having surgery. Ralph "R.B." Moler has returned home after spending several days last week in the Winchester Memorial Hospital with viral pneumonia. Mrs. Daniel Conklyn of Lancaster, Pa., visited with her mother, Mrs. Bertram Philips over the weekend. J Mr. and Mrs. John C. Zombro i from Brunswick, Md., visited with his mother, Mrs. Ella l Zombro on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shepherd and son from Lovettsville, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert EIsea lastweek. Mrs. Janet Wilt returned home last Tuesday from Jefferson Memorial Hospital, but may have to return. The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club met Wednesday at i the Cliffside Restaurant for their regular meeting with a good attendance. It was the birthday of Lion Edwin Clevenger and a cake was baked by the management for his birthday. Everyone sang Happy Birthday and a most enjoyable tume was had by all. PLANTS TREE WASHINGTON -- Presi- dent Carter has planted a bare-limbed red maplc from Georgia on the White House grounds, in a ceremony that dates back to John Quincy Adams. The best test of a man's religion is the life that he leads. The man who stitious the truth. COMMUNITY OIL CO., 1% ON ALL HEATING OIL IF PAID WITHIN 10 DAYS DATE of DELIVERY MAIN OFFICE WILL BE. 01 ON SATURDAYS F 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM For Your During the Winter Months COMMUNITY OIL CO., TELEPHONE: 725-7021 The 'Town' Paper Everybody Reads and Enjoys It! Princess Anne gives birth to baby boy. CALLING ALL HOMAKERS Brought To You By RAMEY'S CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK of Shepherdstown, in the State of West Virginia, and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on December 31, 1977. BALANCE SHEET ASSETS MiI.. Thou. Cash and due from banks 727 U.S. Treasury securities 1,620 Other bonds, notes, and debentures I Corporate stock 204 a. Loans, Total 10,185 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 51 c. Loans, Net 10,134 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 754 Real estate owned other than bank premises 63 Other assets I TOTAL ASSETS 13,712 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,957 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 8,288 Deposits of U.S. Government 46 Deposits of States & political subdivisions 1,092 Certified and officers' checks 135 TOTAL DEPOSITS 12,518 a. Total demand deposits 3,681 b. Total time and savings deposits 8,837 Other liabilities 32 TOTAL LIABILITIES 12,550 EQUITY CAPITAL Common Stock a. No. shares authorized 12,000 b. No. shares outstanding 12,000 (Par value) 120 Surplus 750 Undivided profits 241 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 51 TOTAL EQU ITY CAPITAL 1,162 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 13,712 MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with call date: a. Cash and due from banks 725 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 450 c. Total loans 10,036 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more 602 e. Total deposits 12,548 Time deposits of $100,000 or more: a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more 602 I. Denver L. Hipp Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Denver L. Hipp Correct--Attest: H. Max Derr Sam M. Skinner Directors W. E. Knode, Jr. State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of January, 1978, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. Margaret Skinner, Notary Public My commission expires April 2, 1979. I IIII II I MAKE YOUR HOME ONE-IN-A- BILLION There's nobody else in the world +exactly like you -- and, therefore, no other home should be like yours. RAMEY Although there's often not much that's practical to do to the outside of a home if it looks the same as a lot of other homes -- you certainly can decorate the interior in- dividually and distinc- tively, and thereby have the inside of your home different from everybody else's. Now, no one should decorate "differently" just" to be different. But you should express your in- dividuality -- and decorate for the needs and the desires of you and your family. If you do that, you'll have a "one-in-a-billion home", and one that genuinely speaks for you,.and serves you. Today, it's easier that ever to assemble the furniture you want and like. There's now more freedom of choice than ever before, and mixtures of furnishings are not only acceptable but desirable, so you can add just the things you like. With that in mind, we're here to help you by offering you a varied selection, different ideas, and the encouragement to furnish your home the way you want it, and the way your family wants it. We're here to help you achieve that g0al. Stop in. RAMEY'S FURNITURE &APPLIANCES CharlesTown, W.Va. Copyright This Weekly Visitor Gets A Warm Reception In Every Family Circle 1844 - Our 132nd Year Of Community Service 1976