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14 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1978 Harpers Ferry Park Stands Get N eady $6 Million In New Funds Harpers Ferry National Historical Park would benefit by $5.7 million dollars if a multi- million dollar appropriation approved by the House of Representatives receives a similar okay from the U.S. Senate. The National Park Service appropriation was passed last week by the House and includes $22.2 for expansion and Canal National Park west of Hancock to Cumberland, in- volving about 600 acres. Five million dollars to restore C and O Canal locks and other structures. Three and five-tenth million dollars to buy 587 acres of land for expansion of the Monocacy Battlefield Park in Frederick County, Md. development of parks in the Tri- An open-ended authorization State area. Ito buy 1,500 acres of scenic The figures earmark $1leasements around Antietam million for a footbridge over the [ National Battlefield at Sharps- Potomac from Harpers Ferry to [burg, Md. These purchases are the Maryland side of the river, [expected to total less than $6 connecting the national park[million. with the C and 0 Historical[ The ideaofafoothridgeacross Canal towpath. I the Potomac at Harpers Ferry is Also included is $4.7 forlso new that officials are only Harpers Ferry park for Ispeculating whether it could be restoration of buildings and the ]built as part of the present possible construction of a shuttle I railroad bridge; or could utilize bus terminal to ease parking the existing piers of the John problems in the historic town. [Brown Bridge. Other area projects included[ The bill was passed by the in the appropriation: [ House 341 to 62. It is not expected Eight million dollars for to face any significant opposition acquisition of land in the C and O in the Senate. Ne Tare locating downtown. The W m prohibition applies to all new taverns, bars, private clubs and Ban Adopted alcohoIicrestaurants selling beer, wine orit does liquOr.not apply to existing Martinsburg Martinsburg City Council last Thursday adopted, in what it called emergency action, an amendment to one of the city's zoning ordinances that it believes will prohibit the opening of any new taverns in the downtown area of the city. The amendment was made to that ordinance which requires new businesses selling alcohol to obtain a special exception before II businesses that already have city licenses and state liquor licenses. The amendment covers, roughly, a three block strip of Queen Street from the Public Square to Race Street. The "emergency" was in apparent response to problems with the Seven Seas Bar, now closed. City Attorney Oakley Seibert said the amendment would preclude the reopening of the bar. / There was practically no discussion preceding the I CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF BLAKELEY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY of Ranson, West Virginia 25438. And Foreign and Domestic Sub- sidiaries, at the close of business June 30, 1978, a state banking institution organized and operating under the 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 District. ASSETS Dollar Amounts in Thousands Bil. Mil. Thou. Cash and due from banks 1,601 U.S. Treasury securities 1,375 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 50 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1,412 Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 15 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic offices 1,000 a. Loans, Total 11,925 b. Less: Reserve for possible loan losses 153 c. Loans, net 11,772 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 47 Real estate owned other than bank premises 60 Other assets 147 TOTAL ASSETS 17,479 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5,747 Time and savings depits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 8,949 Deposits of United States Government 188 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 444 Deposits of commercial banks 33 Certified and officers' checks 274 TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC OFFICES 15,635 a. Total demand deposits 6,368 b. Total time and savings deposits 9,267 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases 36 Other liabilities 169 TOTAL LIABILITIES 15,840 EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 19,360 b. No. shares outstanding 19,360 (par value) ,484 Surplus 240 Undivided profits 915 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 1,639 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 17,479 MEMORANDA Average for 30 calendar days ending with report date: a. Cash and due from banks 1,597 b. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 1,000 c. Total loans 11,708 d. Time deposits of $100,000 or more in domestic offices 543 e. Total deposits in domestic & foreign offices 15,375 Time deposits of $100,000 Or more in domestic offices outstanding as of report date: a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of of $100,000 or more 443 b. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more 100 I, Jack R. Huyett, President and Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Jack R. Huyett We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. , Paul P. Reid ' Leo J. Widmyer Directors James Moler State of W. Va., County of Jefferson, as: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of July,1978. Brenda K. Poston Notary Public : II I Illlllll Ill II I Ill I I I ] !unanimous favorable vote. The ordinance referred to tavern problems in downtown Martinsburg as "a pressing public emergency" that has made the downtown area "dangerous to the public health, safety and morals of the City of Martinsburg and its citizens". Rick Wydmki Among Students Attending Science Foundation Rick Wydoski, Shenandoah Junction, is one of twenty students being sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the University of Wisconsin- Superior, attending a seven- week course of Environmental Assessment - June 19 through August 4. By giving science- oriented high school students an experience with college level instruction and investigative laboratory work, the National Science Foundation seeks to stimulate their scholarly development. The University of Wisconsin program provides field-oriented studies associated with bodies of fresh water ranging from Lake Superior to inland lakes, river streams, marsh land and ground lakes. Each student is en- couraged to plan and conduct his own research project dealing with Environmental Assessment. The sixteen-year-old Shenandoah Junction youth was a 1977 National 4-H Scholarship winner for his work in Con- servation of Natural Resources. He will be attending his senior year at Jefferson High School. ANDERSON REUNION The decendants of Henson V. Anderson are planning a family reunion to be held Saturday, August 5 at the Kiwanis No. 2 Shelter in the Winchester Recreation Park beginning around 3 p.m. A covered dish dinner is planned. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Jimmy Carte'r, President: "Western Hemi- sphere nations which engage in repression will face retaliatory action from the United States." Rhythm Ballet Company To Appear Shenandoah College Shown above are Betty Richmond Rager and Sally Burton Hall in a scene from "Kansas'City - 1900", a Western spoof ballet to be presented by the Rhythm Ballet Company at Shenandoah College Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Shenandoah College and choreography competition. His Conservatory of Music will reputation as a performer and present, in concert, one of the choreographer has attracted talented American professionals to his company. Two dancers are from the Winchester area: Sally Burton Neff, of Clarke County, and Betty Richmond Rager, of Strasburg. Recently, the Rhythm Ballet has been invited to dance at the Kennedy Center, NIH-Bethesda, and the Park Arts Festival, Hagerstown, Md. A CETA grant has enabled the company to perform throughout the Mon- tgomery County, Md., school system. A special ticket price of $5.00 includes a catered reception immediately following the concert so that interested audience members can meet Yuli Vzorov and the dancers of the Rhythm Ballet Company. Performance only tickets are $3.50 adult and $2.50 children. Tickets are available at Shenandoah's box office (703- 667-3898, or at the door. Hathaways Speakers For Women's Aglow Mr. and Mrs. James Hathaway will be the featured speakers for the Womens Aglow Fellowship of Jefferson County, at their regular monthly meeting on July 26, at 1 p.m., in the Lion's Club Center, Ranson. The Hathaways have been diligent workers in the Charismatic Renewal throughout the entire Washington-Baltimore area. With Mrs. Hathaway com- bining her musical ability with the Word of God, she and Mr. Hathaway have teamed together in establishing a unique ministry of Praise and Worship unto the Lord. The Hathaway s took a step in faith by moving from Oklahoma City to Baltimore in 1972, and since that time have been closely associated with done both by Business Mens the Womens AgloW] The Womens Fellowship is sa denominational organization of Women. Babysittin charge at the CalvarYi of God Church, 5tb Ranson, from t2:30 ).m. Men are alwm m Congress is mail service control. All-gear drive gives you workpower, saves American-built. 5' mowers. 12" tiller, 48" Sales and Service '/3 ton loader Financing Available our display today. R. ZACHGO and SONS Rt. 7 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Denny's Washington area's most in- novative and exciting ballet Now.. you can have troupes. The Rhythm Ballet Company of Bethesda, Md., will perform at Armstrong Auditorium, Shenandoah College, Winchester, Va., a piece of Saturday, July 22, at 8 pm. The Rhythm Ballet Company has been singled out for the creative choreography and style of its jazz-oriented classical ballet. The Shenandoah audience will be able to enjoy three of this new company's most entertaining productions: "Legend of Cave Times", a rock ballet with Romeo and Juliet overtones; "Spectre of Car- men", a dramatic sequence based on Bizet's popular opera; and "Kansas City-1900," a western spoof. The company's director and choreographer is Yuli Vzorov. He founded the original Rhythm Ballet in Moscow, prior to emigrating to the U.S. as a Russian dissident. A graduate of the famed Bolshoi School, Vzorov was named 1972 laureate of the Soviet Union's HELPING TO SAFEGUARD HEALTH Tender Care Won't Do the Whole Job The Chesapeake and Canal Commemorative Medal. ,,,u., size of Medal: one and one.half inchdia. Offered for sale by: JEFFERSON SECURITY BANK As a public service to our customers. , as a gift ,for your collection , asa , . conversation piece When your child is ill, it takes a little more than tender, loving care to nurse him back to health quickly ..and effectively. It takes the medical know-how of your doctor and pharmacist. Rely on us for sick-care help. STUCK aALGER Pharmacy, Inc. DIAL: 725 - 2621 - Charles Town HOURS: Daily 8:30 a.m. to I0 p.m. Sundays -12 to 1:00 p.m. COMMUNITY OIL CO. INC. 1978 SUMMER FILL-UP PROGRAM 1978 , 'k , -A-DISCOUNTS, "k ,A, * The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal was begun 150 years ago. Its history is our history because we were a part of that great highway to the West-from Georgetown to Cumberland. Now Jefferson Security Bank offers, for a limited time, the Canal's 150th Anniversary Commemorative Medal at a significant savingS. The medal is solid bronze, 39 millimeters in diameter, and depicts, on one side, Canal Boat No. 32 departing Lock 15 at Great FallS, Maryland. The reverse side is the C & O Canal Co. official seal used since 1836. Jefferson Security offers two types of prO- tective cases-a rigid plastic case, or a beautiful presentation case. The American Canal and Transportation Center will receive the proceeds` from this limited edition sale, with a portion of the profits going to the Rumsey Hall Rest ration Fund. ! public price from Jefferson Security PLASTIC PRESENT/ CASE 'CASE $5.00 $9.5( $4.00 $8.0( B00lnk | MEMBER F.D..I.C. TELEPHONE 876-2501 $.01 PER GALLON PLUS 2% CASH TEN DAYS NET 30 DAYS NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY ON. YOUR NEXT WINTER HEATING BILLS, ALSO PROTECTS YOUR , , STORAGE TANK, , EFFECTIVE MAY---JUNE --- JULY --- AUGUST CALL COMMUNITY OIL GO., INC. 725-7021 2674i721 ALSO APPLIES TO NEW CREDIT APPqOVED ACCOUNTS 'MAY 4 - TF