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? : ~: i 10 The Glenvil_le Democrat/Pathfinder 23, 1975 Third Congressional trict ladi tour Rep. and Mrs. John Slack met with Mrs. Louise Kemper of Cox's Mills [second from left] and Mrs. Delbert Cole of New Milton during special tour for ladies of Third Congressional District. Mrs. Slack is on far left, WANTED i Standing Timber or i Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. i YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR, LOG TRUCKS. CALL OR WRITE Mark ElLis I Forester 1 COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY i = P.O Box 218 Gassaway 26624, West Virginia = Phone: 304364-5986 t ,! o.--...----oo..........o ..... , ....... ----o.----..o--.oo....o~oo.o--..--ooo ...... 1 A Capitol Hill reception-dinner on the evening of October 7 marked the close of a special tour for ladies of the Third Congressional District. The tour arranged by Congressman John Slack was designed to provide an insight into the operations of the Federal government and give the ladies an opportunity to visit points of interest. On the first full day of activity, the 150 ladies participating went to the State Department where they received a briefing on the functions of the Department by Deputy Assistant Secretary Roxanne Ridgeway. They were then taken on a special tour of the Diplomatic Reception Rooms where a rare collection of antiques is displayed a,:d where foreign digni- taries are entertained by the Secretary and President. From the State Department they went to the Floor of the House of Representatives where House Speaker Carl Albert addressed the group on the responsibilities of the Legislative branch of government. Following the meeting with Speaker Albert, Fred Schwengel, president of the Capitol Historical Society, gave a briefing followed by a tour of the Capitol. The second day's itinerary included guided tours of the White House and the new $126 million Federal Bureau of Investigation complex, followed by a visit to the United States Information Agency where Deputy Director Gene Kopp, a former resident of Charleton, briefed the ladies on the functions of the USIA. The ladies toured the Voice of America as an actual broadcast was being made. Congressman Slack said he feels the tour was a success, as evidenced by the "many comments received on the briefings and questions asked about government activities. Every- body seemed to enjoy themselves," Slack concluded. -- IIIII I Cowboys in the American West liked their coffee black, strong, and hot, and the grounds, eggs. and water often simmered for days over the campfire, with new grounds dumped over the old. To preserve the accumulated aroma, the large coffee pots never were washed, the National Geographic Society says. mmmmmmmmm I ii mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmR Consolidated Report of Condition of" ....................... 5en.awh~...Q.nJ, rm....gnnk ........................................................ " of ..... C .a flJLe ................. in the State of.,...Ideet..Vr ne ......... and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of ASSETS ]DOLL~M C'm. L Caadl and due fl~m banks (including $,,, tmimated debits) .................................................................... ~....I..IJ~Z (b) OSlil~tlons of Federal Financing Bank ................... : ............... $ ~ 2(a) & (b)) = 1. Oblil~tions of other U.S. Government agencies and eorporttion~ ........................................................................................ ~.. I,.~.]~.. , ~ ~arltt= (indudiq $ t Tudt~ account .eurltlm ................................................................................................................................................................. f. teder~l fund= =old ~ meuriti= purehued under agreements to rmll .............................................................................. 1.3.00.. ...... 9 I..02.1 ........... I 1.)9.. 8, Other 1~ ................................................................................................................................................................... ft. Bank premises, furniture and flxturu, and other assets representing bank premises .......................................... I0. Real estge owned other than bank premises ........................................................................................... U. Invmtments in ~ul~diui~ not conaolidated ..................................................................................... 1~, Custome?s liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ...................................................................... I~. Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets")(including $ direct lease financing) 14. TOTAL ASSETS .................................................................................................................................. 1 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 LIABILITIES lli, Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................................ ~ ..} 66~.. 2~ 15 16. 'rime and nvtnp deposits of tnd|dduak partnenhips, and corporations .................... 'i ..... 295 99.9 25. is 18. Deposits of States and political mldivbdons .......................................................... l~-po~te of foreign governments and oflldal institutions .......................................... - 19 Certified and o~eere' checks, etc ................................................................... 105 ~05 08. ~: Depoaits of commercial banks ............................................................................................................ U.. . TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................... $ '" - I ux { xxx xu t xx I (a) Total demanddeposits ................................ $~~1 ux I xu xu I xx ~2(e) (b) Total time and ,vlngs dep=its ......................... $1~ - - - I u x I xxx I xxx [xxI (b) 4" Federal funda purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .................. ] ..... j ....... I .... [ ~.~: Other liabilities for borrowed money ................................ [ ............. 24 Mortlapindebtednees ..................................................... I ...... I " l " I" I25 Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ; .......... l ........ l e~ I ~--- I-.. { 26 271 Other liabilities ...................................... l~I-~l~I~-,,~ 27 ~, TOTAL LIABILITIES ....................................... ]~ ~"~I'~ 28 $0. Re~erve for ba?d)bt$lEo~R~o$~ ?se~ p~p?AN~ I~IDR ~nEu?~viR'2~linE2 "I,2 !/~c)0 '-- ns u e " 30 81. Other reserves on loans 82. Remrves on mecurities $8. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $4. Capital notes and debentures (specify interest rate and maturity of each issue outmtanding) $6. Equity capital, total 86. Preferred stock-total par value (No. shares outstanding ) $7. Common stock-total par value (No. ~hues authoriz~Q_ ) (No. shares outstanding ~ ~/~00 ) 88. Surplu~ .... ~, Undivided profits 40,Reserve for continlenciea and other capital reserves 41.TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 42.TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES. AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 31 32 33 85 36 37 38 39 4O 41 42 1 2 3 MEMORANDA I. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date $. Unearned discount on irmtalment loans included in total capital accounts I .............. o. E. rbuckle, President s o/ West Virginia . o! Gilmer ,=: "1 th o October z 75, (Max= ~ax ro~ S~ to and s~b~b~ b#m m~ " ._ ~ ,I . , No'ram 1~ S~L) antl l ~eb~t nrtifll that l am n~t an o~ or dir~cter of ~kis ba*tk. / " ) ~" " .... lull. June 28 . , t98P _ J mmmmmnmmmmnmmummmmmmmmmmmnmmm immmmmmmm a )n (r,mtinued from Pa~e 11 mlr r% ,Mike Barnhouse [1] directs Gilmer County Band outside Gilmer-Calhoun Career Center duri~' Gay. Arch Moore confers with Mayor and Mrs. Delbert L. Davidson after Gilmer-Calhoun C~ leadership of Gov. Moore and the legislature, with "tremendous co- operation from Gilmer and Calhoun Boards of Education." Prior to introducing Rep. Slack, Gainer announced that he had received letters of congratulations from Sen. Robert C. Byrd and Rep. Robert H. Mollohan. Moore's speech emphasized the increase in vocational education training facilities in the state under his SAVEG~S JIM WEGMANN. INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer ! 710 Nth St. Parkersburg, W. Va. 485-5451 administration [seven in the last year with 13 additional projects underway). "This career center an example of a job creating opportunity. We will provide a reliable labor force through training in centers such as these. The school will also serve to lure industry here. Then your young people wilI be able to remain in Gilmer and Calhoun counties and not be forced to leave to find productive, meaningful employ- ment." he said. Moore said that, in the past, it was felt that the educational emphasis should be placed on preparing young persons for college training. "But, we found out that a great number of students whom we had invested our money in did not desire a college education. Many are seeking vocational training instead of higher education so they may enter the job market with particular skills not necessarily gained through a liberal arts education. "America's strength is, after all, a combination of all people. Thus. we have learned to join general education with vacational training. For those HEATERS, WN. 10 AM Saturday, October 25 Farm Item, CoUectabhs & Misc. All Day Sale Owner - Burke D. Marple Auctioneer - Robert I. Butcher Pays Out b T/me For Easter & $nd ot 165 Mai= Ave. WESTON, W.VA. YOUR LEADING cLOTHIER FOR 76 YEARS many seeking vocational the job." Moore of the "who will re-enter skills to college vocational them to find their Dad foot the Follo~al~ Cain, presented a Peter [. member now Sharing with the Center Cain; Ro~ Calhoun Welt Robert representia Education. ] ler, president, Robert Stuart, Later who many officials toured the '. TheC~ its 3, features or courseS' Sewing to taught Classes labs," rooms, this The the and