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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE 9 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1978 P' :OPL :S BANK [] II II OF CHARLES TOWN A GROWING BANK FOR A GROWING COMMUNITY 3 TOWN WATER DEPARTMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENT OPERATING FUND FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1978 1977 15,i98.48 tRents & Penalties 276,685.64 41,104.86 20,907.00 STown Sewer Dept.-collection 114,584.31 garbage Coll. 48,368.90 - Utility Tax Coll. 4,206.05 t.-sewer collection 83,136.94 issued 588,993.70 604,192.18 583,125.61 Commission 21,066.57 37,412.46 64,995.92 393.95 25.00 30 78 CLASSIF! Salaries G. McDaniel t DISBURSEMENTS UND 1978 6,552.24 5,907.00 123,893.90 Assistants & Clerks 7,862.64 7,498.80 7,039.92 12,459.24 Cross Cross F. Painter . Denney iMOreland HOckman & Lines 4,459.91 251.16 3,778.51 35.88 4,752.77 8,852.68 6,716.60 874.26 1,496.37 198.66 324.94 514.33 465.66 22,401.36 & Expense Bldg. Com. Co. Services Supply - Less than $50.00 Fund Bank & Trust Co. Supplies & Exp. Rev. Sharing Inc. Corporation r- Petty Cash :Motors Inc. Inc. Auto Parts [ & Heating e Stores Frantz & Co. Trading Co. Equip. Co. Inc. Tobacco Co. Inc. Olds. Co. Inc. Printz & Co. Set. t Quarry Inc. Inc. ). Ret. System Service :. Store Ins. Board InCo ) 676.42 2,400.00 79.66 90.03 292.95 146.98 418.36 56.10 138.85 456.05 59.16 5,000.00 266.25 142.38 !,e12.o7 86.48 190.77 154.00 233.65 93.76 369.00 300.00 53.65 53.43 254.82 53.74 6,100.00 2,320.39 2,116.29 167.32 153.99 89.26 157.25 139.86 86.24 138.80 698.25 204.86 52.50 61.68 324.40 3,045.00 77.43 50.00 475.73 77.26 746.27 93.00 246.13 62.00 70.00 145.05 219.94 260.76 264.55 67.50 101.40 20,907.00 11,486.55 60.00 1,830.97 250.00 244.98 4,262.57 $,400.49 32,721.73 4,814.48 61,975.00 6,172.28 400.21 169.87 1,658.13 $50.00 New Equipment Burroughs Corp. Insurance Smith Nadenbousch Inc. 5,022.70 W.Va. Public Employees Ins. Board 6,278.12 Bonds & Interest State Sinking Fund Com. Municipal Bond Com. of WNa. 20,978.70 78,153.04 Employees Retirement Social Security Cont. Fund W.Va. Pub. Employees Ret. System 4,050.03 6,945.74 Workmen's Comp. Fund W.Va. Workmen's Comp. Corn Total Expenditures - Charles Town Water Dept. City of Charles Town-Garbage Collec- tion 48,368.90 Utility Tax Coll. 4,206.05 52,574.95 Charles Town Sewer Dept.- Collec- tion 114,583.31 Expense Fee 26,349.00 140,932.31 Corporation of Ranson-Sewer Collection Total Orders Written CHARLES TOWN WATER DEPARTMENT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION TRUST FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENT JULY 1, 1977 THRU JUNE 30, 1978 Cash Balance 7 1 77 Transfers From Savings Accounts 79,587.82 C.T. Water Dept. Oper. Fund 20,907.00 Checks Written 182.10 11,300.82 99,131.74 10,995.77 1,222.79 332,686.20 56,932.15 583,125.61 (645.47 99,649.35 Balance 6 3078 104.42 C.T. Water Project Const. Trust Fund-Savings Acct. 74,884.39 Cash Balance 6 30 78 74,968.81 CLASSIFIED DISBURSEMENTS Engineering W.D. Kelley 6,867.20 Const. Lines, Tanks & Plant Charles Town Water Dept. ,1,967.62 C.T. Water Project Const. TrustFund . 20,907.00 '  Frank C. Frantz Co. 2,200.00 ' J. Russell Fritts, Inc. 601.95 Gateway Const. Co. 200.00 Charles W. Henry 255.00 Fred McCauley 3,548.43 Plummer Const. Inc. 12,782.00 Shenandoah Quarry Inc. 367.27 Southern Meter & Supply 513.94 Turf Enterprises,Inc. 160.00 Whitmore Lumber Co. 55.62 Badger Meter Inc. 4,077.58 Aggregate-Less than $50.00 59.58 47,695.99 Interest: Sinking Fund Commissioner 44,981.74 Total Disbursements 99,544.93 I i Employees Attend ASCS News Workshop Mike Sienkiewicz (left)and Paula Pope (center) employees of the Jefferson County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS)listen attentively as John Ryan (right) information specialist of the Washington Information Division, explains some fine points in a news and feature writing workshop held in Petersburg, W.Va., August 28. Twenty other ASCS employees from ten other counties also attended the session. The Jefferson County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation (ASC) County and Community Committees met Tuesday night, September 5, at the County ASCS Office in Ranson to review 1978 farm programs and also to take a look at future programs to be ad- ministered by ASCS. Donald G. Wood, ASCS District Director for eastern West Virginia, opened the meeting by presenting an ex- cellent slide series portraying the evolution by ASCS. Following the slide presentation Don hosted questions frown the group and reviewed present and pending legislation regarding ASCS programs. Mike Sienkiewicz, Executive Director for the Jefferson County ASCS Office, sum- marized the office's 1978 activity and informed the Corn- mitteemen that due to changes in farm programs brought abou by the Agriculture Act of 197 both County and Community Committees will be taking a more active role in developing and policing future farm programs. Sienkiewicz also noted that the Facility Loan Program, which loans farmers at 7 percent interest up to 85 per cent of net cost of grain struc- tures, dryers, silos, and basic loading and unloading equip- ment and repayable over an eight year period, has been the fastest growing farm program in 1978. After review, the committees concluded that the programs as revised by the Agriculture Act of 1977 were for the most part adequate. The group unanimously agreed that ASCS should maintain a strong Agricultural Conservation l Program (ACP) a program that shares approximately 50 per cent of the cost of enduring conservation practice with the farmer. The committeemen also strongly recommended that ASCS maintain in its ACP a conservation practice to combat the countrywide rapidly spreading infestation of John- songrass; this was deemed a vital conservation practice for Jefferson County farmers. ASCS administers the following programs in Jef- ferson County: ACP, Feed Grain and Wheat, Grain Reserve, Facility Loan, Com- modity Loan, Forestry In- centive, Wool Payment, and Beekeeper Indemnity Payment. For additional information stop by the Jefferson County ASCS Office at 209 E. Third Avenue, Ra'nson, or call 725-3471. Paul Napper Heads New York School The appointment of Paul Napper, formerly of Harpers Ferry, as acting principal of Westbury Junior High School in Westbury, New York, has been announced by the Westbury Public Schools. Napper is the-son of Mrs. Christelle Napper of Harpers Ferry and the la Clarence T. Napper, who was principal of Grandview School in Harpers Ferry. He has been assistant prin- cipal at Westbury Junior High School since 1937, and has been associated with the system since 1965. He had taught earlier in West Virginia. Re received his A.B. degree from Storer College and his M.A. degree from West Virgini University. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Jellystone Campgrounds, Ltd., a corporation, Plaintiff Versus Maryland National Bank, a cor- poration; Eastern Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association, a corporation; Harpers Ferry Caverns, Incor- porated, a corporation; James E. Richardson, Trustee of Freestate Aviation, Inc., Profit Sharing Trust; Richard T. Kreuburg, lI, Trustee of Freestate Aviation Inc., Profit Sharing Trust; Dixie D. Kilham; F. Dean Nichols, Trustee; Defendants 78-C-232 ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of the above en- titled action is to obtain an order of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, ad- judging and declaring void the assignment to Maryland National Bank and James E. Richardson and Richard T. Kreuzburg, II, Trustees of Freestate Aviation, Inc., Profit Sharing Trust, of two promissory notes made by Dixie D. Kilham to Harpers Ferry Caverns, Incorporated, and to declare that said assignments are for the benefit of all the creditors of Harpers Ferry Caverns, Incorporated. It appearing by affidavit herein that four of the defen- dants are non-residents of the State of West Virginia, namely Maryland National Bank Eastern Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Association James E. Richardson, Trustee and Richard T. Kreuzburg, If, Trustee, it is ordered that each of said non.resident defendants do serve upon plaintiff's at- torney, Robert R. Skinner whose address is P. O. Box 249, Charles Town, West Virginia, 25414, an answer or other defense, including any related counterclaim, to the complaint, on or before the 10th day of October, 1976; otherwise, judgment by default will be rendered against each of said defendants at any time thereaRer. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the un- dorsigned Clerk at her office. Witness the following signature this 5th day of SOP- tember, 1978. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN Clerk of Said Court Sept. 7-2t- -- , ,,, Mittington Passes Real Estate Exam Melvin Whittingto'n (above) has successfully passed the West Virginia real estate examination in Charleston, and has joined the staff of the VanMater Real Estate Services in the Charles Town Office. A lifelong resident of Jefferson county, Whittington attended local schools and completed several training courses, in- cluding the Dale Carnegie course in speaking and human relatic, ns. He served in the European Theatre of Operations in orld War Two, and is a mevpber of most of the clubs in county. He and his wife, Lillian and their sons, David and Gary, reside on 2nd avenue in Ransom Local Plr/m Are In Regional Bridge Four members 'of the Charles Town Duplicate Bt'idge Club earned Master Points" at the annual Mid-Atlantic Regional # NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemire, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a resident of the State of West Virginia, residing in Marion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated August 25, 1976, recorded with the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 411, Page 54 executed by Otis E. Murray and Mary F. Murray, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee, for the benefit of the Unite< States of America, acting through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: All the following described real estate, located just off Route No. 9 near the village of Kearneysville, in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, and being all of Lot No. 54, Section E, Fox Glen Sub- division, as said lot is more particularly bounded and described in a plat of said subdivision made by C. R Atherton, Surveyor, dated March 6, 1973, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Plat Book 2 at Page 381. And being the same property that was conveyed to Sales ACBL Tournament in Reston, Virginia over the Labor Day l weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Diamond twice won "sectional thirds" in the two-session Mixed Pairs Championship and Sharland Trotter-Vin Catozella took a sectional third in the i second session of the same' event. ,i Winners in last Wednesday's l game at the Charles Town Civic i Center were Louise Ramey-Fred i Mayer first, Peggy Lacy-Craig Dodson second, John Allen- Sbarland Trotter third, and Sara Crane-Vin Catozella fourth. In a similar 6-table Howell movement game the previous Wednesday the match point leaders were Bruce Schroth- B.B. Butts first, Louise Ramey- Fred Mayer second, Peggy Lacy-Ralph Borlik third and John Allen-Craig Dodson fourth. John Allen is the ACBL Director and the weekly game starts at 7:45. Players in need of a partner may call 725-8326. Sheep Dog Clinic September 29-30 The United States Border Collie Club will hold its fourth sheep dog training clinic on September 29th and 30th and! October 1st at Sunnybrook Farm, White Post, Vs. There is no admission charge for spec- tators. Lewis Pence, of Sidney, Ohio, the popular and knowledgeable instructor will again be in charge. Pence's big Border Collie, Spain, was grand champion at the Northwest NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemire, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a resident of the State of West Virginia, residing in Marion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated July I, 1975, recorded with the Clerk of the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 391, Page 694, executed by Charles R. O'Dell and Rose M. O'Dell, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee, for the benefit of the United States of America, acting through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: All the following described real estate, located just off Route No. 9, near the village of Kearneysville, in the Middleway District, Jefferson County, West Virginia, and being all of Lot No. 6, Section F, with improvements thereon and appurtenance,, thereunto belonging, situate in the Fox Glen Subdivision, as said lot is more particularly bounded and described in a plat of said subdivision, made by C. R. Atherton, Surveyor, dated March 6, 1973, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of said County in Plat Book 2 at page 383. And being a part of the same Development Corporation, West Virginia corporation, from Clarence Breeden and Geraldine Breeden, husband and wife, by deed dated August 9, 1976, and recorded in said Clerk's Office. And also being the same property conveyed to Otis E. Murray and Mary F. Murray from Sales Development Cor- poration, a West Virginia cor- poration, by deed dated August 11, 1976, and recorded in said Clerk's Office. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will he sold to the highest bidder at public auction on the 3rd day of October, 1978, at 10:30 A. M. at the door of the Courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to be sold contains approximately .22 acres. Subject to reservations, ex- ceptions, rights of way, and a property conveyed to Charles R. O'Dell and Rose M. O'Dell by Harry Reed Jenkins, Jr., and others by deed dated ?day 15, 1970, and recorded in the said Clerk's Office in Deed Book 316 at page 400. And also being the same property conveyed to C ,rles R. O'Dell and Rose M. 0 Dell by deed of Sales Development Corporation dated June 3rd, .1975, and recorded in said Clerk's Office. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction on the 3rd day of October, 1978, at 10:00 A. M. at the door of the Courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to be sold contains approximately .22 acres. Subject to reservations, ex- ceptions, rights of way, and easements that appear record. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of 10 per cent of sale price on date of sale, balance within ten (I0) days or upon delivery of the Deed. Title will he conveyed by Trustee's Deed upon payment of balance. Dated this 28th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE Sept. 7o3t- of easements that appear of record. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of I0 percent of sale price on date of sale, baha:e within ten (I0) days or upon delivery d the Deed), Title will be conveyed by Trustee's Deed ,upon payment of balance. Dated this 28th day of August, 1978. JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE sept. 7-3t- , r , Championship Sheep Dog Trails in Scio, Oregon in May of this year, and he has placed in the top ten with both Spain and his old campaigner, Robin, at most of the important trials in the country this summer. Re will have both Spain and Robin and several younger dogs with him to give demonstrations during the clinic. Mr. Pence has been breeding, training and showing his Border Collies at sheep dog trials all over the United States for many years. For further information call Mrs. Bryan Conrad, 837-I064 or Mrs. Candace Terry, Hamilton, Va., 3384254. '" LEGAL NOTICE OF STATE PURCHASING , The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until 1:30 P. M. on Sept. 19, 1978 on File 33 for Shepherd College on Reqn. No. 15 for; To Furnish Dairy Products on Contract No bid will be considered unless submitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division, Department of Finance & Ad- ministration, Room W-130, Capitol Building, Charleston, West Virginia. GLENN R. CUMMINGS, DIRECTOR Sept. 7-2t- NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice is hereby given that James W. Facemire, State Director of the Farmers Home Administration for the State of West Virginia, a resident of the State of West Virginia, residing inMarion County, West Virginia, as Trustee under a Deed of Trust dated November 21, 1974, recorded with the Clerk ot the County Court for Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Book 384, Page 168, executed by Raymond J. Hamilton and Evelyn F. Hamilton, to J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of the Farmers Home Ad- ministration for the State of West Virginia and his successors in office as State Director or Acting State Director, Trustee, for the benefit of the United States of America, actin through the Farmers Home Administration, will sell the following described real estate: Also that cert,2in tract or Lmrcel of land located in Jefferson County, approximately one mile west of Shepherdstown in Shepherdstown District; And being more particularly described and designated on that certain plat of Mecklenburg Heights, made by John Stroud Kusner, L.L.S. dated September 25, 1973, recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia in Plat Book 3, Page 35, as LOt No. 42, Section F of Mecklenburg Heights, and a non exclusive right of way or easement over the roads of the said Subdivision. And being the same lot or parcel of real estate which was conveyed to Raymond J. Hamilton and Evelyn F. Hamilton by deed from LDA, Inc., a corporation, dated the 21st day of November, 1974, and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia. This conveyance is made, however, subject to those restrictions, easements, and covenants contained in that certain deed into Raymond J. Hamilton, et ux., from LDA, Inc., dated the 21st day of November, 1974, and recorded in the aforesaid Clerk's Office. This real estate, being the same property described in said Deed of Trust, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction "on the 3rd day of October, 1978, at 11:00 A. M. at the door of the Courthouse in and for said County. The real estate to he sold contains approximately .33 acres. Subject to reservations, ex. ceptions, rights of way, and "easements that appear of record. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. (Minimum of 10 per cent of sale laice on date sale, balance whthin ten(t or upon delivery of the). !le will he conveyed byTMtee s Deed ulxm payment of balance. Dated this 2h day of August, 19781 JAMES W. FACEMIRE, TRUSTEE Sept. 7-3t-