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Charles Town, West Virginia
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8 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1978 Scene From Bread & Puppet Theatre Presentation To Be Given At Old Opera House Tuesday Night "Paradise" one of the scenes from the Bread and Puppet Theatre presen- tation at the Old Opera House Tuesday, January 31st. "Ave Marts Stella" or "Hail, Star of the Sea" an adult puppet show with the Word of Mouth Chorus will perform for the one night only at 8:30 p.m. Reservations may be obtained at the Old Opera House from 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. accidents, no fatalities and only the County Landfill property, I construction of the building will These offices are equipped to six personal injuries. Property was released this week by C.F. move along at a rapid pace. answer questions about damages were listed at $15,360. Reininger, chairman of the[ Mr. Reininger said there are previously filed claims as well State Route 45 between Parks and Land Development of [ one or two minor things to be as 'other general information Shepherdstownand Martinsburg the Recreation Commission. I worked out with the Jefferson about Medicare. had 12 accidents, in which only Reininger, in a report to Fred I County Health Department, but Nationwide-Medicare handles two persons were injured and Cutlip, Manager of the Facilities ] these should not present any only Medicare Part B claims for, property damages were only Development Governor's Office I delays to the work. those people retired under Social $9,250.00. of Economic and Community . . . Security. Persons retired under i State Route 51 had 26 ae- Development, states that due to I NatlonwIde Insurance the United Mine Workers i 'cidents in which 24 persons were the snow and cold weather, not t Welfare and Retirement Fund i much has been accomplished in F][[ " t should send their claims to the 'injured and property damages --rinds Medicare .vr nearest area medical office of were placed at $25,725.00; the past three months. But he 00condary Route 13, theS.mmit reports the contractor for I00neficiaff Serdces Point Road; recorded 16 ac- digging the well to provide for ;idents, but there were only 9 the park and the running of COLUMBUS, OHIO -- Of- persons injured in all of them, water pipes for delivering the ficials of Nationwide Mutual and property damage was water to all parts of the park, Insurance Company recently placed at $13,125.00. can finish this work within a announced a program of ex- State Police said a total of 138 matter of three or four days once panded Medicare Part B accidents occurred on all the the weather permits the con- beneficiary services. other secondary roads, in which tinnance of this work. He said Effective immediately, toll- 30 persons were injured and the same applies to the work to free telephone service to inquire property damages were placed be done by the electrical con- and resolve questions about at $148,115.00. tractor who has been laying the previously filed Medicare The eight officers of the :onduit for the underground claims. The number is 1-800-848- I CharlesT.owndetachmentmade wiring and also the contractor 0106; and working hours are a total of 99felony arrests during laying the water lines. Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. 4:30 1977 and 2,025 other arrests for Another project, that of p.m. i misdemeanor charges, and road construction of rest roomsat the Expanded service is now law violations; a total of 1,131 park site, will have to be delayed available at Nationwide's two warning tickets were issued and until the weather permits the District Medicare offices: 572 criminal complaints were contractor to lay the concrete Holiday Plaza, 1207-11 Quarrier investigated, flooring. Once that is done, the St and Bridgeport, Charleston. A total of 17 stolen vehicles were recovered with a value of $13,342.00; and some $34,974.00 in Argenbright's Semi-Annual UMW. Likewise Railroad em their claims to surance Co., P.O. Augusta, Ga. 30903. Credit Vs. Running into isn't so bad. It's into creditors that -Gosport, ABOUT SUBSCRIPTION C The deadline for address changes p.m. Thursday. Any changes after that not be effective until the following ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE ...... other stolen property was SHOE SALE .ow,. Road Deaths Decline Traffic prved to be the second moat recvered by the state Pliee' PROGRESS dangerous stretch of road in The local detachment spent a Jefferson County in 1977, with I I Accidents Jump During 1977 total of 2,641 hours in their ..... three deaths and 34 personal cruisers on road patrol in 1977 .\\; \\;. A Lorge Selection of injuries being involved in the 67 and another 3349 hours on ac- accidents recorded on that read. cident investigations and traffic "" ......... SHOTS for MEN Jefferson County Highways at $62,269.00. Criminal investigationtookup h I "'::"::::' ;, VaIuesto$S4.00NOWRIDUCID! The Flowing Springs Road another 5,832 hours of the of- ', : :::::: ::??, ..... was the scene of two highway ricers time and a total of 707 ....  ...... ?::::: Now... s 'Death^andmu^'en!nues-t`.', .,,,lo,, ,u..y ,,,;.- wmc. tneu ,, ,o.,...,!alles''rneiLs'anthell fatalities, with 14 other persons hours were spent in court. being injured in the 51 accidents Serving with the Charles Town : ::; $1/8 ways. But in the year 1977, the total number of accidents in- which occurred and property detachment in addition to Corp. number of road fatalities did vestigated by the local State damages being listed at p. G. Kimble, officer in charge decrease by one, while the Police in 1977 was 492 this past $25,525.00. W.B. number of traffic accidents year as againstonly 427 in 1976. The other highway fatality were: RFC R. M. Cotelli, Trooper Shoop, Trooper s30 increased considerably as did And the 270 accident injuries in occurred on the Leetown Road in Greg Stevens, Trooper J. A. the amount of traffic on the 1977 was also up over last year. one of the 11 accidents: There Casto, Trooper L. D. Bradley, county's highways. And the Once again the short stretch of was, however, only one personal ......  i !:)iii number of accidents in which highway between Charles Town injury accident and property Trooper R. E. Dick and Trooper  S. D. Reckart. Jormon . Freeman . Manly personal injuries were involved and Harpers Ferry proved to be damages were listed at only g -ress Report Sebo9o... Nettloton...Hosh Puppies also increased as did the number the most dangerous and Costly to S14,800.00. of accident injuries, motorists in the past year, with Route 9, South of Charles Pro Is Dingo Boots pic,u00e O.en io *our o* *a*a,ti00 ,own tot00eV,00000000ia,ine not On Ce00.n ') n O/_ statistics covered in the annual curring on that stretch of road, record a single traffic fatality, report of the Charles Town and 92 of the accidents, and 60 of but there were 44 persons in- At= V/t OFF On all Regular Stock detachment of the West Virginia the personal injuries being jured in the 44 accidents and Park Development A  rt'/l t State Police, as released last registered on that stretch of property damages were placed rgen week byCorporalP. G. Kimble, road. Property damages were at $78,825.00. A progress report on the officer in charge, put at $113,300.00. One of the safest stretches of development work being done at the Leetown Park, being con- QUAblTY FOOTWEAR During the year 1977 there State Route 9 between Ranson highway in the county in 1977 were a total of ten highway and the Berkeley County line was U.S. Route 340, between structed on land obtained by the I I II Charles Town and the Virginia Jefferson County Parks and 161 N. Loudoun St. Mall Wintheer line towards Berryville, Va., Recreation Commission from CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF which recorded only 22 ac- cidemts, 13 personal injuries and PEOPLES BANK OF CHARLES TOWN no fatalities. Property damages amounted to $16,150. of Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. And Foreign and State Route 48 between Domestic Subsidiaries, at the close of business December 30, 1977, Kearneysville and Shepherd- a state banking institution organized and operating under the stown recorded a total of 13 banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this CALLING ALL District. Dollar Amts. in' HOM00AKERS ASSETS Thou. Bil. Mil. Thou. Cash and due from banks 1,310 Brought To You U.S. Treasury securities 1,048 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies By RAMEY'S and corporations 375 . - Obligations of States & political subdivisions 2,728 GET MORE USE Federal Reserve stockand corporate stock 19 FROM Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements DINING ROOM to resell in domestic offices 525 When you a. Loans, Total 12,359 stop think b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 61 about it, c. Loans, net 12,298 you'll Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets realize that representing bank premises 273 many Other assets 7 people have TOTAL ASSETS 18,583 what LIABILITIES amounts to Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, b e a RAMEY " and corporations 4,234 "wasted" - ......... Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, room or a/'ea in  their andcorporations 11,985 homes--andthatisthe iwR PO-[(]AAAC EDISON CUSTOAdE/?,S Deposits of U.S. Government 128 dining room. /" Deposits of States & political subdivisions 771 We say "wasted" Certified and officers' checks 109 because many families use TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES 17,227 this area just once a day, a. Total demand deposits 4,942 for the evening meal, or at b. Total time and savings deposits 12,285 most twice or three times a Other liabilities 41 day. TOTAL LIABILITIES 17,268 *But with proper fur- Pie li i te II EQUITY CAPITAL nishings and planning, the ClSe e ill no ci Common stock dining room 'whether it's a a. No. shares authorized 22,000 separate room, or an area b. No. shares outstanding 22,000 (parvalue) 220 off the living room' can be ti I eo[ I ctri ity Surplus 400 utilized more beautifully Undivided profits 648 and more fully, non-essen a us e e C Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 47 Perhaps you never TOTAL EQUITYCAPITAL 1,315 thought about it, but you TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY CAPITAL 18,583 might want to make your MEMORANDA dining area become a Although we increased our coal stockpile in antici- These are just a few ways to conserve electricity. Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date : charming second itting pation of the miners' strike, our supply is running No doubt, you will think of others. a. Cash anddue from banks 1,311 room. One way to do this b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under' would be by maybe placing low. That's because the strike, now mbre than 50 agreements to resell 795 'our dining table away days old, has stopped coal deliveries to our gener- We don't know how long the present emergency c. Total loans 12,116 from the center of tbe room ating stations. And we use coal to produce over will last. In the meantime, please eliminate all d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more in and adding a sofa or bench domestic offices 500 etc., and other appropriate 95 percent of your supply of electricity. So we're non-essential use of electricity in your home and e.Totaldeposits in domesticandforeignoffices 17,253 items. Out of habit, many asking you to help conserve coal by conserving business. It will help prolong your supply of Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices outstanding as people furnish a dining of report date: room simply for eating but electricity, electricity. a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of it can be more than that. $100,000 or more 300 You might think about During this emergency, we request that you take b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more 200 using your dining room for I, JohnH. K.Christman, Exec. Vice President and Cashier, of the games orfor work, or for' these steps to help us continue supplying you with above-named bank dohereby declare that this report of condition is some other use -- and electricity. true to the best of my knowledge and belief, furnish it accordingly. We John H. K. Christman can help you with ideas and We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this the furniture for this and *Turn off unneeded indoor lights report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and all other rooms in your *Turn off outdoor lights not needed for safety Potomac to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct, home. Stop in. Turner A. Ramey *Turn off TV sets and radios not in use Edison John N. Newcomer IT00Mr..T 3 State of West Virginia,' County of Jefferson, ss: *Use dishwashers, washers, and dryers only Part of the Allegheny Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of January, !978. FURNITURE when needed and only for full loads RoseM. Chandler & APPLIANCES *Eliminate all non-essential uses Power System Notary Public Charles Town, W. Va. My Commission expires October 13, 1980. Copyright I il il SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1978. I0 a. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 300 So. Church St, Charles Town, W. The undersigned Co-Administrators, c.t.a., will sale at the above time and place tangible personal of Miss Nine Ramey, partially described as followS: Walnut, drop-leaf table, four cane-bottom walnut RCA console, 25" screen TV, nearly new; sofa upholstered swivel rocker, wing-hack chair, nearly mantel clock, wind-up chime; matched luggage, end table, table and floor lamps, 5" x 16" bookcase, drawer chests, double high-poster bed, night stand, chest, whatnot, walnut needle-point chair, 26" oval mirror, 3-burner Frigidaire apartment-size stove, Coldspot Frostfree refrigerator, cast iron door stop drawer chest, wicker chaise lounge, electric wall canister electric vacuum cleaner, electric broom, heater, electric fan, metal dining chairs, clothes hamper, Singer electric sewing machine cabinet, metal kitchen step ladder, electric skillet, sticks, candelabra, metal drawer with mirror, whatnot, clothes rack, 6 pair matching sheer panels, bathroom scales, 4 flat irons, McGuffey's Readers, pewter pitcher, rugs chairs, nearly new; miscellaneous cooking appliances, bed linens, jewelry, some old; glass and chinaware including Commemorative Bisque figurine, Waterford wine decanter with 7 glasses, set of China, lead crystal, brass school other miscellaneous items. ' Undersigned reserve right to reject any bid and bids.. TERMS: CASH RICHARD Auc]ioneer: Paul E. Miller, Jr. Clerk: N. Clark Furr