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The Roanoke Times from Roanoke, Virginia • 14

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The Roanoke Timesi
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8 2 Roanoke Times World News Sunday January 30 1983 Status of legislation SERVICE CENTER 5411 Williamson Rd Roanoke Sat Sun 10 6 Charter ederal Savings Loan Association INANCIAL STATEMENT CHARTER EDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BRISTOL ACTORY TRAINED AND AUTHORIZED WARRANTY WORK ON ALL NEW WATCHES COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL MODELS Newspaper ads teach you: What! 1 Where! When! Glasscock Suffolk seen very little arm agreed Republican Delegate Harvey Mor gan of Gloucester Delegate Gladys Keating ranconia said just a very good quality lobbying It ought to be considering the cost projections Bruce Wingo head of the Vir ginia Railway Association said he does not think the expenses for the opposition will reach the half mil lion dollar mark and Vepco repre sentative EL Crump also said that figure exaggerates the pro expenses But others close to the lobbying effort said not an unreasonable figure for each side if the technical studies that have been commis sioned traveling expenses and oth er lobbying support actions are counted The Vepco Transco coali tion for instance not only has formed a partnership called Virgin ia Coal Slurry Associates but also has set up and staffed a group called Virginians for Competitive Coal Transportation The proponents and the oppo nents each have produced moun tains of literature as part of their Give us a call The Roanoke Times World News is your newspaper and we want to hear from you If you have a suggestion for a Neighbors story or photo please call Cody Lowe Neighbors editor at 981 3255 breakdown of as the only grounds for divorce: in Senate com mittee Establish a state lottery: in House committee Allow school boards to reach agreements with teacher organiza tions on wages and working condi tions: in Senate committee Expand the list of crimes calling for capital punishment: killed in House committee RICHMOND (AP) This is the status of major legislation before the Virginia General Assembly: Raise the beer drinking age to 21: advanced to a final vote on the House floor Amendments to state budget: in both House and Senate commit tees Ban sale of throwaway beer and soft drink bottles and cans: killed by Senate Virginia holiday for Dr Mar tin Luther King Jr: passed Senate awaiting House committee action Grant early parole to non vi olent offenders: passed Senate awaiting House committee action Coal slurry pipeline: in House committee down to his law office here on Main Street for friendly little chats about the pipeline issue The former governor also took the side in a lit 1 tie with Thomas last week at a private get together of several House Democrats at the Richmond apartment of Delegate Mary Mar shall Arlington Some of those present thought Thomas the debate talked rings around said one asking not to be quoted by name Nobody suggested however that Thomas actually any votes Dalton said he thinks the com mittee vote on Tuesday will go his way having being a lob byist Allow all localities to tax mo tel and hotel rooms: passed Senate awaiting House committee action Intermediate appeals court: killed in Senate committee Make it a crime to adulterate over the counter drugs: in House committee Constitutional amendment to limit state spending in Senate com mittee Li Establish a guilty but insane verdict in criminal cases: killed in House committee Require hunters to transport their guns in cases: up for Senate floor vote rom Page Cause and the Conservation Council One former Dalton aide Paul Edwards is a Vepco official Anoth er former Dalton aide Bill Royall has taken polls for Vepco to show public support for a con struction Still another former Dal ton aide Charles Davis is working for the CSX rail conglomerate which along with Norfolk South ern rail interests is financing the anti pipeline fight Despite Gov Charles urging that the 1983 General Assem bly table the issue for at least a year and despite at tempts to negotiate behind the scene deals that would delay the is sue for this session it is a fight that gone away Billed in advance as the legisla tive battle of the industry titans big utilities big rails big coal are pitting their financial resources their political connections and star studded teams of lobbyists against each other By some estimates the two sides will spend nearly half a million dollars each before the session ends next month 4 A it 5 Main St Salem VA Mon Sat 10 6 389 9222 Extend ban on uranium min ing for one year: in Senate commit tee Establish separate mandato ry sentences for using in certain crimes handgun ammunition that can pierce armored vests: in House committee Timex Corporation is proud to announce: The Opening of a t'T fl I I ill I Slurry The ultimate winner might not be determined for years But the first major test of strength should come Tuesday when the Vepco backed bill clearing the way for the construction comes up for a 10 am public hearing before theHouse Committee on Corporations Insurance and Banking An informal survey taken by the Roanoke Times World News indicated at the start that pipeline opponents have sufficient votes on that committee to kill the legislation But there were enough commit tee members saying only that they were against or towards voting no" to keep the question up in the air Proponents say they dis couraged Lobbying after all is the art of persuasion and their head counts indicate that they would have to persuade only a few votes to get the measure to the House floor One on one lobbying has con centrated thus far on members of the corporations committee and those who serve on the House Courts of Justice Committee The latter unit will consider a simpler pipeline proposal intro duced by Southwest Virginia dele gates that would merely lift the state prohibition against the grant ing of eminent domain for a coal slurry pipeline That has been re cently endorsed by the Virginia Coal Association which had earlier planned to stay neutral in the pipe line debate The bill pushed by Vepco and Transco Coal Co is enabling legisla tion that would set the construction plans in motion It would give the State Corporations Commission the power to authorize and regulate the line Legislators on the committees where the battle is focused say that lobbying by both sides has been in tense though not as heated as they had expected very persistent lobbying" said Delegate Richard Bagley Hampton question about said Delegate Glenn McClanan Virginia Beach commenting that pipeline people are everywhere in all the corridors and along the waiting to comer legis lators to talk about the bills But real high pres sure said Delegate Samuel campaigns been very said Delegate Kenneth Plum Reston just much more volu minous than I can digest in the mid dle of the But Plum who counts himself among those who are undecided said the personal lobbying actually has been gentle The party earlier this week where Dalton and the unions embraced for a common cause was an example of the gentle lobbying It was an elegant but low key event at exclusive Common wealth Club where Dalton a CSX board member and a registered CSX lobbyist called it a tragedy that pipeline legislation had reared its head this year Dalton reminded lis teners that as governor he had helped sell CSX and Norfolk South ern on keeping their corporate head quarters in Virginia Part of his sales pitch included the promise that they would not have to worry about a pipeline competing with them here He suggested it would be a breach of faith for the legislature to overturn the pipeline prohibition Dalton and former Sen William Hopkins of Roanoke also a regis tered lobbyist for the railroads de livered that same message at another railroad sponsored party at the Commonwealth Club for mem bers of the Senate last week The night before that the club was the setting for a party thrown by Transco Several other pipeline related social events are scheduled in the next several days But the big bashes are only a small part of the persuasion tactics legislators and lobbyists say Only courtesies that change no minds on an issue they say are very refined lobby said McClanan suggesting that they go about their business with skill and finesse rather than re lying on hard sell pressures and wining and dining tactics bought anybody din ner not my said Wil liam Thomas the coordinating lobbyist for the Vepco forces Nevertheless Thomas and his law partner Walter Marston seem to be omnipresent in the places where legislators can be found Dalton though he had said he would not be lobbying actively in the halls of the legislature has invit ed dozens of legislators Republi cans and Democrats to drop Murder charges filed in case of missing 12 year old girl CHARLOTTESVILLE (AP) A Hopewell man was arrested Sat urday and charged with murder in the disappearance of 12 year old Katherine Worsky who was last seen July 12 Glenn Barker 24 was ar rested at 6 am Saturday said Char lottesvi lie Police Chief Deke Bowen Barker was being held at the Char lottesville Albemarle Joint Security Complex pending a bond hearing this week Bowen said No body has been found in the case the night The friend awoke about 5:30 am to find Katherine gone Soon after the city police were notified that Katherine a diabetic was gone Police were told that the only clothing she had on was a pink shirt and a pair of panties Her shoes were next to her bed That led to a search involving hundreds of police officers and vol unteers mountain climbing rescue teams specially trained tracking dogs and at one point help from a psychic December 31 1982 ASSETS: irst Mortgage Loans $187353917 All Other Loans 12672168 Real Estate Owned and in Judgment 82270 Loans and Contracts Made to acilitate Sale of Real Estate 55185 Cash on Hand and in Banks 3627433 Stock in ederal Home Loan Bank 2482100 Investments and Securities 48646619 ixed Assets Less Depreciation 5673912 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 13183513 Goodwill 46225228 TOTAL $320002345 LIABILITIES: Savings Accounts $277027466 Advances from ederal Home Loan Bank 14040000 Other Borrowed Money 7991617 Loans in Process 220220 Other Liabilities 4616177 Regulatory Net Worth 16106865 TOTAL $320002345 STATE VIRGINIA) CITY BRISTOL TO WIT: I EL Byington Jr President of the above Association do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief EL Byington Jr PRESIDENT Subscribed and Sworn to before me this 17th day of January 1983 My Commission expires November 24 1986 Audrey Ketron NOTARY PUBLIC MEMBER EDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM Officers 1983: MARK RICHARDS Chairman of the Board EL BYINGTON JR President ROBERT A GLOVER Senior Vice President CLIETON NOBLE Senior Vice President SPENCER EDMUNDS Senior Vice President AC SUMNER Senior Vice President AUDREY KETRON Vice President and Treasurer HAROLD BARBOUR Vice President CARL CLASBEY Vice President KENNETH LORA Vice President ALLEN CROSS Assistant Vice President and Controller DELORES TKOOGLER Assistant Vice President Marketing DANIEL NA JR Assistant Vice President JULIE POWELL Assistant Vice President and Secretary to the Board JIMMY ROCK Assistant Vice President and Mortgage Loan Officer DORA WEBB Secretary GREGORY BAER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager MARGARET BENNETT Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager BECKY BENSON Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager RICHARD BUCHANAN Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager PHYLLIS COOPER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager ANNIE COX Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager MARLENE KESSLER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager BETTY JO LESTER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager SARAH A ROBERTS Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager DORETTA A SHORTER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager JANNIE SMYTHERS Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager JOANS TUCKER Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager GARY WILLARD Assistant Secretary and Branch Manager JOYCE AKERS Assistant Secretary WILLIAM DESMONE Assistant Secretary and Coordinator of Loan Programs PAMELA MORTON Assistant Secretary and NOW Account Coordinator JAMES SELLS Assistant Secretary BONNIE KENT Assistant Treasurer CHERYL PERRY Assistant Secretary LYNN TRUMP Assistant Secretary MARIAN CAHILL Assistant Secretary RHONDAS AMOS Assistant Secretary PHILIP BAKER Data Processing Officer JACK JOHNSON Senior Loan Officer MARKS BUCKLAND Loan Officer DOYLE WILLIS Appraiser BILLY NASH Credit Manager LYNDA A KILBY Assistant Branch Manager DANAH CARMACK Supervisor Teller Operations JOHN BOOTH Savings Accounts Officer and Security Officer SALLY MELVIN Administrative Assistant JACKIE VICK Administrative Assistant Directors 1983: MARK RICHARDS Chairman of Board Charter ederal Savings and Loan Association Richards Cross Maxey Certified Public Accountants Bristol Tenn LOWELL ANDERSON Vice President Burwil Construction Co Bristol Tenn EL BYINGTON JR President Charter ederal Savings and Loan Association LOYD TURNER President Emeritus Virginia Intermont Col lege WILLIAM BARTON JR Mar ion Drug Company Marion Va CLIORD QUESENBERRY SR President CR Quesenberry Inc Abingdon Va HUGH ISHER President JM Turner Construction Co Roanoke Va JOHN WALKER JR Attorney Woods Rogers Muse Walker Thornton Roanoke Va KENDALL 0 CLAY Attorney Radford Va LUCILLE PRATT Director Emeritus Vice President Emeri tus Charter ederal Savings and Loan Association WM WOODWARD Director Emeritus Woodward Miles and lannagan Attorneys Charter ederal SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Office: Bristol Va Branch Offices: Bristol Marion Abingdon Big Stone Gap Pulaski Radford Dublin Roanoke Salem Vinton and Blacksburg Katherine was last seen early in the morning of July 12 by a girl friend with whom she was spending Thousands of acres of Alber marie County and Charlottesville land were combed ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $100000 BY THE SLIC.

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