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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 20,1978 'Uttle People's' Fund-Raising Day Set May 13 by Charles+ Town, Ranson Mayors Ranson and Charles Town Mayors have designated Saturday, May 13, a fund-raising day for the Day Care Center "Little Peoples Place". Pictured above on the left is John R. Luce, owner and manager of WXVA Radio Station; Mrs. Michael Brown, president of the Board; Dr. D. C. Master, mayor of Charles Town; Mrs. Billy Dale Smith, who will be director of the center; and Daryl Johnson, president of the Lions Club. Mayor Kelley Lance, of Ranson, was unable to be present when the picture was taken. The need for a Day Care volvement has been to facility was brought to the at- familiarize the community with tention of the residents of this the need and provide a way for area about five years ago when Judy Pittinger, of the Welfare Department, called together a group of concerned citizens and community leaders to form a committee to study the problems and locate a suitable building. These first years were very discouraging as no facility could be found that was adequate or met the Fire Marshal's stan- dards until the Lions Club of- fered the lower level of their building on George Street in Rinses, a site the board feels is idealy located to be easily ac- cessible to the families in the community. The Lions Club of Charles Town is to be commended for their awareness in sensing this great need !in their munity and putting into action their motto "We Serve", by offering to the Day Care Center these facilities for a five year period, rent free, allowing the program to become well established. A minimum of $11,000 is / needed to put Little People's Day Care Center into operation. This money may be used as matching funds for a govern-! ment grant or as a down payment with the bank for a loan to finance the remodeling. It will be financed solely on the charged, both to : ,e, . those placed through the Dept. of Welfare. All money received will be in turn spent on utilities, supplies, food, salaries and to offset the cost of renovation and equipment to begin operation. The initial problem is sufficient funds to meet, not just minimum stan- dards, but quality standards in the type and amount of equip- ment than can be purchased and used effectively. The center will offer full-day care, Monday thru Friday from 7 a.m. till 6 p.m. for all potty trained children ages 3 to 6 years, regardless of race, creed, national origin, or financial situation. It will be a non-profit, non-discriminatory agency. When this five-year dream becomes a reality it will be due to the tireless efforts of its board of directors of which +Mrs. Michael Brown is President; Mrs. Billy Dale Smith, Director. Other board members are: Mrs. Earl Wean, Jr., Mrs. Paul F'ropps, Ms. Elizabeth Gault, Mr. William Stine, and Mr. Douglas Rockwell providing much needed advice and assistance in legal matters. +The program received a boost when the Committee on Missions of Asbury U.M. Church adopted "The Little People's Place", as their home mission project. The chairman of Asbury's Mission Board stated their anyone to participate as well as making their own donation. The realization of this fine facility for our community must depend a great deal on the support and generosity of in- dividuals, businesses and local groups of this area. On this day John Luce, owner and manager of Radio Station WXVA, will hold a Radio-Thon from Lions Center, where donations may be phoned in between the hours of 12:15 and 5:30, or brought to the Lions Center. This special Little People's Day will begin with an auction at 9:30 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts can be enjoyed while bidding on many assorted items donated by indivuals and businesses. Anyone wishing to donate to this auction can call 725-2292 or 725-4534. To donate to the Radio-Then call 725-7055. Any individual or business donating $100 will receive a Certificate of Appriation. The donor of $250 will have his name engraved on a plaque at the center. A plaque will be awarded any business donating $500. There will be live en- tertainment all afternoon, a tour of the Day Care site and a slide presentation on Day Care Centers Later a benefit spaghetti dinner will be served upstairs at John's Restaurant in CHARLES "CHIS" STRIDER, JR. Democratic Candidate For Jefferson County Comission Kabletown District FOR A PROGRESSIVE JEFFERSON COUNTY I Will Always Be Friendly and Responsive To Your Problems. lAin Concerned about your thinking and feelings On both Your's and Jefferson Coun- ty's Problems. Resident of Old Cave Road, RFD 1, Charles Town APRIL20-3T 725- 532 1by Pl'Ad " ttanson from 4:30 till 8 p.m. Tickets will be available that day at the Lions Center and in advance at Moffett's Drug Store, Stuck and Alger, Ramey's Furniture Store and Peoples ' Band and various civic organizations. Adult tickets. $2.50; and children under 12, $1.25. The generous giving of oneselt! through service and donations has been the American Way of Life and it is in this way many outstanding facilities came into being. Here is an opportunity to be part of this great American way of making things happenr our Little People and ultimately making them happy for our- selves. Structure Loans A00ilable At Seven I Percent Interest Farmers may now obtain Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) loans to build blgh- moisture forage and silage structures and for remodeling existing structures. Previously, loans were available only for construction of new facilities for high-moisture grain or grain silage and dry grain. Ray Fitzgerald, administrator of USDA's Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), said this action will be of particular benefit to dairymen and livestock producers who need storage for grass silage, and to grain producers with storage facilities that need modification and remodeling to increase capacity and efficiency. In general, provisions fox current farm facility loans will apply to the new loans. However Fitzgerald noted that borrowers must provide adequate security to protect CCC's interest in loans used to modify existing struc- tures. During the past year, farm facility ban provisions have been broadened and liberalized to help achieve the goals of the grain set-aside and farmer- owned reserve programs. Eligible producers may borrow i up to 85 percent of the cost of buying and installing storage facilities and drying equipment, inc!pdi0g concrete an d wiring :/c. e 10an limit fdl' this nse has been increased to $50,000 from $25,000. Other changes allowed storage needs to be based on two years' production rather than one, except for storage capacity used for the grain reserve program; reduced down payments required of farmers from 30 percent to 15 percent; reduced interest rates on loans from 7.5 percent to 7 percent, and ex- tended the repayment period from five to eight years. As a result, loan activity has increased substantially, noted Mr. Fitzgerald. During the first five months of fiscal year 1978, the program made 39,875 loans totaling $342.4 million to build structures with storage capacity of 406.7 million bushels. During the same period a year earlier, 6,728 loans were made, totaling $34.6 million, for storage capacity of 50.1 million bushels. Additional information about the farm facility loan program and its eligibility requirements may be obtained from the Jef- ferson County ASCS office at 209 E. Third Avenue, Ranson. SERVICES FOR TRINITY EPISCOPALIANS Rev. Margaret Phillimore, Interim Rector of the Trinity Dr. Phillip Buffithis will be at the Bookends on Saturday, April 29, to sign copies of his new book on Norman Mailer. The Parent Group of the Shepherdstown Day Care Center will hold its third i annual rummage and ham raffle on the 29th from 10-4 at the Men's Club. Donations of clothes, toys, books, and any other sale items would he greatly appreciated. Items may be taken to the Center any weekend between 7 a.m. and 5:30p.m. For pick up of items call the Day Care Center, 8766923 or Imogene Skinner, 876- 2207. The proceeds will be used to purchase equipment for the classrooms. A reminder to Shepherdstown residents of the Public Hearing on Thursday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall, on the proposed Shepherdstown Comprehensive Town Plan and ordinances. The plan relates to future development and historic preservation of Shephrdstown. The Shepherdstown Public Library is pleased to report that since the Easter Tea, March 27, it has received nearly-$700 in donations for the book fund. This exceeds the amount collected in any previous year. A hardy thank you is extended to all those who gave their support. New on the library shelves, 6 gardening books by James Crockett: Flowering shrubs, INVITATION TO BID JEDECO INDUSTRIAL PARK PROJECT NO. 01-01-01475 Separate sealed bids for the construction of an Industrial Park including: Contract No. 1 - 3775 L. F. 8" Sanitary Sewer, ! ,, 3780L. F. 8 Water Line; Contract No. 2 - Sewage Treatment Plant; Contract No. 3 - Water Treatment Plant; Contract No. 4 - Spray Irrigation System; Contract No. 5 - Read and Paving- will be received by JEDECO, INC., at the office of the Jefferson County Commission, Jefferson County Court House, Washington Street, Charles Town, W. Va., until 3:00 P.M., prevailing time May 24, 1978 and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The Contract Documents may be examined at the following location: P. C. DiMagno, Engineers and Surveyors, Boyd Bldg., Public Square, Martinsburg, W. Va., phone (304) 263- 0157. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of P. C. DiMagno, Engineers and Surveyors located at the Boyd Bldg., Public Square, Martinsburg, W. Va., upon payment of $50.00 for each set. Bid security in the amount of 5 percent of the proposal must accompany each proposal in accordance with Information for Bidders. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish and pay for satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds in accordance with the Information for Bidders. No'bidshall be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60)days subsequent to the opening of the Bids without the consent of the Board of Directors of JEDECO, INC. Prevailing wage rates as established by the U.S. Depart- ment of Labor and the West Virginia Department of Labor will be paid on this Project. Certification of Bidder regarding Equal Employment Opportunity will be required. Fernw00d Featured on u an House and Garden Tour "Fernwood", the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael unusual points of interest, including an indeX' :: Johnson, Shannondale, will be one of the homes grill and a garden room. . featured on the annual House and Garden Tour sponsored by the Shenandoah-Potomac Garden The house is surrounded by informal gar Council April 29 and 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. orchard of both dwarf and standard size fruit lq This contemporary four-bedroom, rambler-type and ten acres of natural woodland. This hh'| home overlooking the Shenandoah River has Irrgarden and nature lovers._ + 71[ '|/N. Z Roses, Annuals, Evergreens, Idforenn T,LIg-'.V " [have it signed by stown, announces the following Trees, Lawns and ground JUlltlmll Iirl'nl'l Iak.Hndr.ilV"  services: ' covers. Other recent  p. ro viltIoi Sunday, Sa.m.,HolyEucharist; acquisition,include: My Mother memom m T0m I tn '"-=;LI[M.. 10 a.m., Holy Eucharist with-Myself, by Nancy Friday and 00oveAr00ml ? t Pro00 I sermon, nursery and Sunday Children of Bladensfield, by n m School; 5 p.m., Youth Inquirers Evelyn Ward. group; 6:15 p.m., Adult . __ a'e=;'. Language Arts InquUi::3Sa ygYP' p.m., Vestry Trend the Senate. , Wednesday, 8 p.m., Church VvfrKNn " d in[thethreedayswx.' History Study group. ..... v,,. [w v.,s I. tt_enatll Cathy Hanak and Kristi Hen- A one-week Language Arts dricks, along with three juniors, Mrs. Helen Wright has Materials Department ' Karen Cameron, Stephanie returned to her High Street Workshep will be part of the first Mickey, and Barbi Sims, were played a [ generoUS t, home after her Florida vacation, summer term at Shepherd selected to attend this mock I needed f g providing College, taught by assistant legislature. The YMCA Model sponsoring these five professor of Elementary Legislature is designed to girls. SHEPHERDSTOWN Education Dr. Donna Griggs. provide young men and women The dates of the workshop will an opportunity to better un- Mrs. Janet Hansen he June 19 through June 23, with derstand the moral and political C.W. Dial 876-2672 meetings from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 leadership required by our Charles ToWn, " p.m. daily. Registrations are to system of government. Each he received on Monday, May 22, pair of delegates has designed a from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the bill hoping to. get it passed "ODE college dining hall basement, through both the House and the Three semester-hours of Senate and hoping to eventually undergraduate credit in U {t Education 21-299A will be m awarded for successful corn- CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF t'l, pletion of the workshop. The tuition for West Virginia BLAKELEY BANK AND TRUST 00eir residents is $37.00, for out-of- of Rauson, West Virginia 25438. And state residents $149.50. sidiaries, at the close of business March 31, t978, llnk Li I The workshop is to be a theory institution organized and operating under Ir and practice workshop to State and a member of the Federal Reserve . | provide teachers with strategies accordance with a call made by the State Banking VI t for teaching reading, to equip by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District.  til the teacher with materials for ASSETS Dollar Amounts i, use in the classroom, and to Cash and due from banks |  demonstrate how teachers U.S. Treasury securities develop their own materials in Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies  r the face of shrinking educational and corporations budgets. The materials to he Obligations of States and political subdivisions developed are stories, phonies Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock materials, games and activities Federal funds sold and securities purchased and learning centers, to resell in domestic offices A brochure describing the a. Loans, Total workshop is available from Dr. b.I.e.ss: Reserve for possible loan losses Griggs. The prospective c. Loans, net workshop participant who is not Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, currently enrolled at Shepherd representing bank premises College must apply for ad-Realestateownedotherthanbankpremises mission to student status no later Otherassets r than May 1. Telephone 876-2511 TOTAL ASSETS 1 or 267-4183. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Good living... Time and savings deposits of individuals, ...when you and corporations Deposits of United States Government worlg ' Dope,its of states and palitical subdivisions Deposits of commercial banks Certified and officers' checks { TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES a. Total demand deposits If you are now saving for re- tirement, or if you have been thinking about aterttng a plan for yourself, you should find out right now about the advantage of a tax deferred plan under the Pension Re- form Act. Called the Individual Re- tirement Account, it permits you to set aside tax deferred dollars for retirement, th- vestment earnings on your dollars ere also tax deferred until yod stop working. As In employee or self-employed individual; not covered on. tier a qualified plan at yOur work or business, you could be eligible for the full ben- efits of an individual Retire- ment Account. If you ere one of the 40,000,000 people in the U.S. that qualify for this plan, it could pay you to Jll I Nationwide agent todey end find Out how you ceul have "Good Living" when you atop working. ' All questions regarding Bidding Documents shall be referred to the Engineer's Office. _AT_ By Order of liLlE tD Francis M. Frye, President I ll INSURANCE April 20-3t JEDECO, INC.    = " " NMIomvid Mutual IP, ture Comlmy Ogtoe: Coluratmo, Otto b. Total time and savings deposits Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases Other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 9,680 b. No. shares outstanding 9,680 Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending a. Cash and due from banks b. Federal funds sold and securities under agreements to resell c. Total loans d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more in e. Total deposits in domestit Time deposits of $100,000 or more in of report date: a. Time certificates of deposit in of $100,000 or more I, Jack R. Huyett, President and bank do hereby declare that this best of my knowledge and belief. We, the undersigned directors, attest report of condition and declare that it has been! to the best of our knowledge and belief is true State of West Virginia, County of Sworn to and subscribed before me this