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22 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 27,1978 Region 9 Public Meetings 00eSp00aOy00po00w.o,00,00 SJ Todd Herbert, Charles Town. I to 1 a.m. Music will be furnisbed being held in Jefferson County CPA Is er Donna Grey, Ranson. by The Patterns. for special education students. Delmas Gallimore, Charles For reservations call' 535-6915 Special athletes from Jefferson For KMnb Club Town. or 535-6967. No tickets will be' County will go to Parkersburg Slated Throughout Area on Panhandle Development Phn Beginning May 3, the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council, Region 9, will bold public meetings on its newly developed Regional Development Plan. A into the scope, objectives priorities and projects outlined in the plan. One meeting is scheduled for May 3 and will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Lions Center in Ranson. HUD for a Community Development Block Grant under the Small Cities Program on May 2, at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. The Town Council and the Housing Commission are hoping ' series of meetings will be held throughout the Eastern Panhandle to gain citizen input Shepherdstown will conduct second public meeting .on proposed pre-appl[cation REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Tuscawilla Hills --3 bedroom brick rambler - liv. rm.; kit. w- appliances; dining area; lz baths; elec. heat; full basement w-fireplace. Charles Town --3 bedrm, aluminum siding and brick house- liv. rm. w-fireplace; :lg. eat-in kit. w-appliances; laundry rm. w-appliances; bath; elec. heat; central air; patio; outside storage buildings. Charles Town Area -- 100 yr. old frame house completely restored on 4 acres - Liv. rm. w-fireplace; dining rm. w- fireplace: eat-in kitchen: library; office: 4 bedrms.: 3 baths: finished basement w-fireplace and wet bar; laundry rm: dec. heat: glass enclosed porch: deck: stable, On These & Other Listings Please Call: E. L. McDonald, Jr. Agency 304-725-7313 PAT KERCHEVAL 304-725-5888 HARVEY KERCHEVAL 304-725-5888, L. B. ATHEY ,-- Broker a to apply for a one-year com- a prehensive grant to carry out to rehabilitation in the West End of Shepherdstown. Consistent with the newly written Shepherd- stown Comprehensive Plan the town hopes to get funding to clarify the legal situation regarding certain lots with tmknown owners, rehabilitation housing, provide a playground and community center, improve streets and drainage and demolish unsafe, abandoned structures. Following this hearing the Town Council will complete the program design and submit a pre-application to HUD by May 15, 1978. The Town of Ranson is holding a second hearing on a pre- application to HUD for a, Community Development Block' Grant under the Small Cities Program on May 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Lion's Center. The town is applying for a single-purpose $500,000 grant to rectify a flooding prmblem in the west end by providing storm sewers and drainage ways and also' address the problem of housing rehabilitation. The citizens of Ranson are encouraged to attend this meeting and offer comments on' the plan. The pre-application will be submitted to HUD by May 15 after receiving final approval from the Town Council. Jefferson County will hold its second public hearing on plans to submit a pre-application to HUD for a Community Development Block Grant on May 3. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Circuit Court Room of the Jefferson County Court House in Charles Town. At that time, a draft program design drawn up from input received at the first hearing on April 12 will be presented for further comment. Following this hearing the final pre-application will be approved by the Jef- ferson County Commission and submitted to HUD between May 1 and May 15. The Town of Bolivar is holding a second public hearing to ex- plore submitting a pre- application to HUD for a Community Development Block Grant under the Small Cities Program on May 4, at 7:30 p.m. at Harpers Ferry Junior High School. The draR program design includes plans for housing rehabilitation, street con- struction, code enforcement and demolition of unsafe, abandoned buildings. The town is applying for a single-purpose grant in the amount of $500.000. When the pre-application has been approved by the Town Council it will be submitted to HUD prior to May 15. - - - _ HOSPITAL NOTES Patients admitted to Jefferson ........ Memorial Hospital April 17 535-2222 Box 169 Harpers Ferry W. Va., 00s4se Farms and Acreage Development Land Recreation Land V Commercial  .}, . Industrial Charles Town Realty 725-2222 Box 289Charles Town W. Va., 25414 SPRINGTIME 18 BUYING TIME Let me show you this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home. Features large living room, full basement with fireplace and roughed in bath, 2- car garage and all appliances. Located at Tuscawilla Hills. Asking $62,500.00. TREE LOVERS You'll love this 3-bedroom home on this beautiful wooded lot. This home features 2 full baths, large eat-in kitchen, living room with fireplace, carport and 10' x 15' storage building. Asking $43,500.00. II I Hazel Johnson, Keedysville, Md. Vetta Jones, Charles Town. William Waiters, Bakerton. Shirley Grove, Harpers Ferry. Charles Begent, Bunker Hill. Kim Payne, Kearneysville. Sharon Hipp, Charles Town. Ann Taylor, Charles Town. Barnhouse, Knoxville, Md. Martin Glaize, Ranson. Hartsell Whitacre, Shepberdstown. Kendall Carr, Charles Town. Elmer Brooks, Harpers Ferry. . Mildred Frick, Charles Tqwn. Thelma Clipp, Charles Town. Anne Warner, Shenandoah Junction. Joan HaRbin, Kearneysville. Dallas Alkire, Charles Town. David Sttllwell, Front Royal, Va. Bates Watson, Kearneysville. Jerry Dillow, Jr., Charles Town. Timothy Avery, Harpers Ferry. John Hospan, Harpers Ferry. Michael Renner, Shenandoah Junction. Rosemary Jones, Harpers Ferry. Ann Palmer, Harpers Ferry. Robert Pumphrey, Harpers Ferry. Paul Courtney, Harpers Ferry. Sharon Spriggs, Harpers Ferry. Ernest Lillard, Harpers Ferry. Sherri Rideeut, Kearneysville. Michael Orlando, Kear- neysville. Helen Streets, Ranson. Peggy Johnston, Charles Town. Frankie Painter, Ranson. Sandra Pindell, Ranson. Charles Kerner, Harpers Ferry. Evelyn Brill, Ranson. Dorothy Stewart, Charles Town. Sandra Carlisle, Ranson. Debra Gause, Charles Town. Robert Shannon, Leannarda, Md. Birdie Shiley, Martinsburg. Rhonda New, Brunswick, Md. Sadie Carpenter, Charles Town. Norma Woodward, Kear- neysville. Joseph Lebida, Kearneysviile. Kathleen Hinton, Ranson. James Watson, Sr., Charles Town Joan Benjamin, Kear- noysviUe. Barbara Dulin, Alexandria, Va. Kathleen Briggs, Ranson. Michael McDaniel, Boyce, Va. Olive Je/mes, Charles Town. Roy Woodward, Ranson. Anna Dillow, Millville. Mitsy Smith, Boonshoro, Md. Shirley Figgins, Ranson. Leroy Mackey, Charles Town. Helen Long, Harpers Ferry. Mildred Oden, Charles Town. Sharon Winne, Harpers Ferry. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Otis Eugene Murry, a son horn April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholson, a daughter born April 18. Mr. and Mrs. William Willingham, a daughter born April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Manuel, a daughter horn April 21. sold at the door. Admission is $6 for the Special per couple and $5 stag. Statewide in June. PSC Hearing On Electric Rates Is Set The Public Service Com- mission of West Virginia will hold a public hearing in the Circuit Court Room, 2rid Floor, Berkeley County Court House, Martinsburg, on Thursday, May 11, beginning at 9:30 a.m. for the purpose of receiving customer comments on The Potomac Edison Company's proposed rate increase. The Potomac Edison Com- pany applied for a permanent increase in electric rates on November 18, 1977, and the application is now under con- sideration by the Public Service Commission. The proposed increase has been suspended pending action by the Com- mission. The request amounts to about 23 percent increase in total revenues for the test year being used in the case. The percentage increase for individual customers would vary by usage and by rate schedule. Brownie Troop 405. Visits Fire Camp. Brownie Troop 405 enjoyed a visit to the Citizens Fire Com- pany recently. Four of the firemen in the company graciously took the Scouts on a tour of the building and the vehicles which are used in the company's operations. They explained how they do their job and the procedures they use in an emergency. Before they left, each girl was presented with a fire hat and literature on fire safety. MemberS of the troop include Stacey Chicchirichi, JoAnn Christian, Cindy Meadows, Renee Smith, Ellen Gregory, Kim Hayes, Marsha Feaster, Carmen Berry, Jennifer Stine, Cheryl Walker, Paula Jenkins, Jamie Ahalt. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Stump, daughter April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Keel, daughter horn April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mongold, a daughter horn April 23. Dance Is Slated By Friendship "The Friendship Fire C0m- pany, of Harpers Ferry, will sponsor a dance at the Fire Hall LISTINGS NEEDED! Offices ('oa,t-to-(',ms! Jackie Robinson, Kelly Gwynn, Jennifer Perkins, Melissa Kidwell, Stacey Walker, Marsha Berry, Marcya Cain, 'Tammi Togans, Karen Sowers, Mary Neal, Kim Fox, Shawna Wean, Kathy Sowers, Tammy Lytle, Hilarie Viener, Kathy Bowers, GigS Steels, Rabbi Becker, Amy Rentzel, Anita! Espinosa, Dalas Woodward, Kathy Boyd and Judy Jenkins, leader. ETA Meeting Set At Ruritan Club The Jefferson County Tax- payers Association will meet at 7:30p.m. this Friday night at the Ruritan Club Building in Shenandoah Junction. John J. Allen, president of the JCTA, assisted by Charles Adams, president-elect, will preside. This is expected to be a very interesting meeting. Films will be shown by a represen- tative of the Jefferson County a School System of the activities of I HAVE BUYERS |or $55,000 - $40,000 - $45,000 and $50,000. HOMES If You Want Your House SOLD Call lu..,r--a.-harn, 725-9408 Stmutol "HOBIE" WILLIAMS Hobart O. Williams Broker 101 S Revmann St. - ........ , ---:--::-- :_'--- .ansgn, W. Va." 304-725.4018 ..................... :-- : - Apr. 27-May 4 MOBILE HOMING GATEWAY Constructmn Co: RANKIN MOBILE HOMES ROUTE 9 Berkeley Springs, W.Va. ' ASPHALT PAVING DIIVEWAYS PAlmING LOTS ROADS EXCAVATING & GRADING WATER. SEWER LINES COMPLETE SUDDIVISlOHS ImlLT CMrlos Town, W. Ve. Mar. 31-if- 754- 3209 March 30- TF Olympics Following" this presentation there will be a question answer period on these ac- tivities. Also, on the program for the evening will be a presentation of the Sunday Racing issue by Bob Hilton, a member of the JCTA and others. This presentation, too, will be followed by a question and answer period. As always, the general public is invited to attend this meeting of the JCTA. It is anticipated that other current matters will also come before the mem- bership following the above discussed presentations. Loss In 2 Sunday PHILIP P. COX Philip P. Cox, member of a local C.P.A. firm, will be the speaker at tonight's meeting of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club. The dinner meeting, which begins at 6:15, will be held at the Towne House Restaurant. Bob Ott, tonight's program Energy back gas 2 bedrooms - poLing - full 3 bedrooms peting - full $31,105 3 bedrooms - fireplace -1 kc 3 bedrooms - 2 burning garage - 3 bedroom brick" 1 finished basement Hills. , 2 bedroom house swimming pool STOP IN FOR YOUR FREE HOMES FOR L Located on a full acre in Keyes Ferry Acres. This frame and brick chalet offers living room, kitchen, bedroom, bath and 17 x 23 loft. Fireplace and redwood deck with view of lake. $44,500. Orchard Hills. Room in this immaculate home to ream. Five bedrooms, extra large rec. room with bar. Formal dining room, living room, sewing room, family room, fireplace and two car garage. Loaded! $48,000. Enjoy the solitude of this 3 bedroom beauty. Kitchen with the works, 2 baths, large enclosed porch for those summer evenings. Garage, fireplace, loads of closets, workshop. $49,500. McWilly Village. Extremely nice brick-alum, rancher on 5>z acres. Garage. Patio. 2% baths. Rec. Room and many more extras. Only three years old. $87,250. Own your own Business. A six room motel plus living quarters for the owners. Mint condition. Completely fur- nished and ready for the tourist season. Motel and over an acre. $83,900. So you want a place to run your horses. 4 bedroom home with two baths on I0 acres plus a huge indoor arena. 13 horse stalls. Close to the tracks. A great business opportunity. $90,250. Three x 100 lot in bedrooms, room, combo, shed. $29,500. home with acre condition for just and c om Home ties ! qWkMing & Referrtl Nehvork J :.LJ" . J I II I I .CHARLES TOWN t Jerry btMrford 535-248| Frances loner 267.8611 Mrf Jo Peddeck 176.2763 hnnts Ellis 535. 2357 Terry Bennett 229 -5493 Rue Lecaria 263. 8689 kw The Difference In Our Homes tarry II Ask Us About It ! ! ! H. D, Van Mater/Brokmr :, i OPEN-9:00 to 9:00-Sunday 1: MASON BLDG. .BE 116 E. Washington SHOPPING Charles'Town Phone 7254541 Phone: rea estate services, chairman, has announced that Mishaps Cox will discnss questionable tax deductions in the field of en- 3 bedrooms- tertaining clients, garage - Two Sunday accidents resulted in a total of $2,400 in property damage and injuries to not injured. Chapman was cited by State 3 bedroonS - two persons, according to State Police for leaving the scene of an Tuseawilla Hills. Police here. accident and having no At 3:35 p.m., a 1971-model auto operator's license. operated by Dennis M. Hayes, 4 bedroom home 19, of Berryville, Va., and Government study shows Mildred Street. headed south on State Route 9 doctors' fees soaring. - $85,$@ left the roadway and overturned near KearneysviUe. FIDUCIARY NOTICE 150X Two passengers in the vehicle, I have in my hands for John J. Smoot, Jr., 18, of Har- ettlement the accounts of pers Ferry, and Guy Oden, 21, als of Harpers Ferry, received Elizabeth L. Widmeyer, Wewill Executrix of the estate of Boyd abrasions and lacerations in the L. Widmeyer, deceased. accident and were transported T.W. STEPTOE by Jefferson Memorial Hospital Commissioner of Accounts by Shepherdstown Ambulance Jefferson County, W. Va. for treatment. The driver April 20-2t,pd repo. rtedly did not receive in- Charles TOWn' juries. . ........... " Total property damage was listed at $1,000 and no charges Complete Sale "HOBIE'; have yet been placed. A 1972-model car operated by SERVICE Robert Lee Chapman, Jr., 18, of Route 1, Summit Point, left State G,DALE BENNET CANHELP YOU SELL SEcondary 19 near Rippon TheOther Sunday at 9:35 p.m. and over- turned. The Chapman auto hit a AUCTIONEER fence before overturning, causing a total estimated 229-8649 7-40. property loss of $1,400. Or Two passengers; Roger Getts, 263 - 0239 20, and Tracey Getts, 17, both of March 23-tf Bter Charles Town, were apparently