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;ii , : )ar ] o Charles Town, is currently a " tl student teacher of special Tt I [ education at Rock Creek Center 00mcner I= Frederick, Md. pl Zigler, [ She is one of 44 Hood College, daughter ] Frederick, Md., seniors who are L. Zigier, I student teaching for an 8-week LIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF )itol in the City of Charleston on of February, 1978. .9138 EDISON COMPANY, of increased rates on the 18th day of November, 1977, The Company, a corporation, filed Revised Tariff P.S.C.W. Va. No. 1, stating increased furnishing electric service in the entire e State of West Virginia, to become 18, 1977; and order dated December 7, 1977, The Company, a corporation, was made proceeding and pending investigation, thereon, the aforesaid revised tariff and the use of the rates and charges deferred until the 16th day of April, 1978, by the Commission, to enable the examine and investigate the supporting data revised tariff and to provide time for the Division of Accounts, Finance and Rates to and report concerning the matters involved dated January 11, 1978, the Com- e tendered filing was not in compliance of Rule 42 of the Rules and the Government of the Construction and Utilities and Common Carriers by and ,The Potomac Edison Company was ordered to with corrected exhibits as required were to remedy the deficiencies of their tendered filing; and the Commission further ordered that The /&apos;s tendered filing of November 18, pending compliance with the 11, 1978, and that the sspension period of twenty '120' days would be tolled for the was held in abeyance at the same point at which it was tolled s acceptance of corrected exhibits; The Potomac Edison Company has filed with lbsequent to the January 11, 1978 order, exhibits which are now substantially in - Commission's tariff filing requirements. WHEREOF the Commission is that notice and formal hearing of the are still necessary and that the shall cotninue to be suspended and Company is in substantial the filing requirements discussed in the 11, 1978. the tolling of the one 120' days suspension notice period as in the Commission's order of January f this order. that the aforesaid tariff filing continues to he suspended and that the was made effective by order dated continue in full force and effect for the full days which will be until the 23rd day of that if this case shall not have at the expiration of the aforesaid SUch rates and charges applied for shall a bond shall have been given Commission. The amount of the bond interest thereon shall he determined by rates are placed into effect. ORDERED that this matter be set for mission's Hearing Room at the o[ Charleston on the 7th day of March, EST, at which time and place the appear to precute its request for Leave is hereby or corporation to file its petition to tme prior to or on the date of said Potomac Edison Company must :ease and the Commission will entertain that time. The Commission in this matter that copies of 42 information and exhibits are now Parties and encourages said parties to as early as possible in order to ORDERED that The Potomac Edison as herein required must interim issues as hereinafter matters. any intervenors are to pre-file s which are as follows: Work in Progress of Tax Savings Due to Accelerated Timing Differences. that on April 11, 1978, that on the interim issues only, to Hearing Room at the Capitol in EST, at which time the any intervenors may present their time all witnesses may be subjected 1 Parties may present rebuttal interim issues. ORDERED that the respondent, The corporation, give notice of the and of the time and place of a copy of this order in a con- ervice are paid for a '15' days prior to the 7th day of and by publishing a copy of in each of the Cities Berkeley Springs, Romney, and Franklin. The first he made not less 7th day of March, 1978. The newspapers shall be made nor less than seven 7 days prior The respondent, The Potomac make due return of said publication 1978. that the Secretary of the , directed to serve a copy of The Potomac Edison Cam- Mail, Return Receipt Testa: Freeda P. Jones Acting Secretary period in the college's programs of teacher education. Of this number, 16 are teaching in elementary schools in Hood's  early childhood education program, while 28 students are in schools in the college's program of special education. The special education program at Hood is built on the premise that special education is "good teaching with special children,. Each student teacher spends 5 weeks in a self- contained setting and 5 weeks in a resource room, involved with children who have special needs. U.S. warns against inva- sion of Somalia. ff FOR RESPONSIVE... EFFECTIVE... EFFECIENT... COUNTY GOVT. James L Louthan Democratic Candidate For County Commission Pal. Ad By Candidate March 2-1t "'More insurance for less money?" Yes, a package policy, whether for home, office, business or farm - combines fire, wind, !explosion and other destruction !with theft, vandalism, and liability protection at a 15 per- cent to ) percent savings over the separate policies. Inquire about a package policy from Moore Insurance and Realty Company, Washington, Alexander and Cooke Agency. Moore Insurance and Realty Company Washington, Alexander and Cooke State 18/(I- Clrl Tewn. W. Vs. 11 Nu'fll Geacge St. "/=5.$I I$ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ,DVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1978 21 MASON BLDG. 116 E. 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Elec. heat, central air and more on 150 X 150 lot. sS2,650. " Johnson Street. Martinsburg, At- Nearly new frame rancher boasting 400 E. Washington Street, Charles Older home on Fairfax Street offers Located in Fox, Glenn, Kear- tractive three bedroom Split Foyer i three spacious bedrooms, living Town. Huge pre-civil war home i four bedrooms, large living roomi neysville. Three bedrooms 2 convenient to schools & shopping. area, oil heat, hardwood floors g traced back to 1820. Five and kitchen, porch, oil heat, and baths living area, family room, Two full baths, full finished ! more. Located in Arden on % acre fireplaces, five<or garage, two more. for just s19,$00, fireplace, carpet, 12 X 24 rec, basement with rec. room, laundry lot. All for only $$0,500, porches. On Corner lot that runs a room, large completely fenced lot. & bricked Franklin fireplace. 104 X whole city block, t$$,000. ' s27'000" 100 lot, t$4,SN. Three year old rancher on 100 X 100 Beautiful brick rancher with three lot in Fox G'LENN, Kearneysvifle. l bedrooms, two baths, family % Three bedrooms, 1% baths, living basement, fireplace, carpet, patio, room, dining/kitchen, combo, w/w two car garage, central air on fen. carpet, elec. heat, & outside shed. cad 181 X 300 lot on Shepherdstown tIf,$N. Rd. s79,$. Brick Early American Civil War Fantastic brick English Tudor White brick rancher located n I,ome with four huge bedrooms, , home with three bedrooms, Forest Hills with three large ./bedrooms, family room, spacious four boths, fivefireploces, porch& family, two baths, living area, / vng area, ul basement, two extras. House g I acre- $11|,000; fireplace, carpet, centro air, two House & 3ocres-$S$,00$; House & 5 car garage & many, many extras, |fireplaces, carpeting, air cond, oral ocres-$111,MXI; or house & 20 acres t96,900. /many, many extras. A truly for t114,000. |fabulous home for 9i1). ! TAVERN/CLUB All this club needs is an owner. It's rdy to go when you are, Ex- cellent gross, All booths, cooler, fixtures, etc Pool tables. Investment opportunity. Coil for more information COMMERCIAL COUNTRY STORE PROPERTY IN Jefferson County. Good Plus living quarters. Store and san- profitable business with little dwich business in Ronson. All store overhead. Groceries, gas, beer, equipment and stock. Two repeat customers. Owner will help bedroom rancher with part with financing Be your own boss, basement. 65 X 41 corner lot. Greet s20,000. business opportunity. $$7,$. CHARLES TOWN Great business opportunity. Club/tavern plus living quarters. All equipment including tables, booths, bar supplies. A successful bbusiness since 1947. $10,000 COMMERCIAL .......... DEVELOPMENT LAND .......... ACREAGE .......... CABINS .......... FINANCING A VAILABLE CONVENTIONAL .......... VA ........... FHA ..... ..... FMHA .......... We gift wrap your home vwth lots of ribbon... and no red tape. 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