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SAMPLE OF ESTIMATE FOR PUBLICATION STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF Summers, to-wit: At a Regular Session of the Board of Education of Sum- mers County, held at the regular meeting place thereof on the 28 day of March, 1980. Present: William J.B. Simmons, Jr., President of said Board of Education, and Dr. P.B. Camara, James A. (Jim) Doyle, Donald L. Hannah, Dr. JD. Woodrum, Members. In accordance with Section 12, Article 8, Chapter 11, of the West Virginia Code, as amended, the Board proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts necessary to be raised by a levy of taxes for the current fiscal year, and doth determine and est- imate the several amounts to be as follows: 10--Hinton News Hinton Thurs. Apr. 3, 1980 Legal- Notice " Legal Notice BOARD OF EDUCATION LEVY ESTIMATE Food Services Student Body Activities Materials For Resale Textbooks TOTAL CLEARING ACCOUNTS SCHOOL CURRENT- ESTIMATED RECEIPTS {1) The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible during the current fiscal year EXCEPT FROM THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the year: Estimated Beginning Balance ( Including Balance in Sinking Fund) $ Taxation and Appropriations Received ( Other than net tax collections) Tuition From Patrons 4,000.00 Other Revenue from Local Sources 31,534.00 Revenue from Intermediate Sources State Funds 3,242,730.00 Revenue from Federal Sources Federal Funds Received Through State Non-Revenue Receipts Incoming Transfer Accounts Clearing Accounts 289,022.00 Total Estimated Receipts Exclusive of Current Property Taxes $3,567,286.00 (2) The total of all other expenditures to be paid out of the receipts for the current fiscal year with proper allowance for delinquent taxes, exonerations and contingencies: SCIIOOL CURRENT- ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS ADMINISTRATION: Salaries $166,153. Contracted Services 3,900. Other Current Expense 12,700. TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $182,753. INSTRUCTION: Salaries: Principals $ 206,652. Consultants or Supervisors 84,756. Teachers 1,952,557. Other Professional Instructional Staff 184,321. Secretarial and Clerical 5%299. Other Salaries Non-Professional 63,285. Total Salaries $ 2,548,630. $ 40,000. 19,555. 26,298. 8,000. $ 93.853. $ 2,642,683. Other Current Expense: Textbooks School Libraries &amp; Audiovisual Materials Teaching Supplies Other Expenses Total Other Current Expense TOTAL INSTRUCTION ATTENDANCE SERVICES: Salaries Contracted Services Other Expense TOTAL ATTENDANCE SERVICES $ 23,103. 100. $ 23.203. IIEALTH SERVICES: ............. Salaries Contracted Services Other Current Expense TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES $ 10,000. $ I0.000. PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: Salaries Contracted Services & Public Carriers Replacement of Vehicles .Pupil Transportation Insurance Expenditures in Lieu of Transportation Other Expenses for Operation and Maintenance TOTAL TRANSPORTATION $ 340,348. 79,396. 8,000. 3,750. 129,800 $ 561,294. SCHOOL CURRENT EXPENSES- RECAPITULATION $ 285,754. 3,268. $ 289,022. 1. Administration $182,753. 2. Instruction 2,642,683. 3. Attendance Services 23,203. 4. Health Services 10,000. 5. Pupil Transportation Services 561,294. 6. Operation of Plant 311,472. 7. Maintenance of Plant 112,365. 8. Fixed Charges 275,796. 9. Food Services 68,448. 10. Student Body Activities 11. Community Services 17,994. 12. Capital Outlay 13. Special Programs 14, Outgoing Transfer Accounts 15. Clearing Accounts 289,022. 16. Total School Current Exepnditures $ 4,495,030. 17. Estimated Outstanding Obligations June 30, 197: 18. Former Years Orders $ 19. Encumbrances and Bills Unpaid 20. Total Orders Outstanding, Encumbrances and Bills Unpaid 21. Amount of Above Obligations Proposed to be Paid from Current Levy $ 22. Total Estimated Disbursements Lines 16, and 21 $ 4,495,030. 23. Estimated Receipts from Page E-4 3,567,286. 24. Net Amount to be Raised by Levy of Taxes 927,744. 25. Total Lines 23, and 24 ( Must agree with line 22) $ 4,495,030. SCltOOL CURRENT- EXPENDITURES ESTIMATE Rate of Levy Assessed Proposed Valuation Including Excess, if any Taxes Levied CLASS I Personal Property $4,001,746. 45.9 c $18,368. Public Utility Property 278,200. 45.90 c 1,277. Total Class I 4,279,940. 19,645. OPERRATION OF PI,ANT: Salaries $146,922. Contracted Services 5.400. Heat for Buildings 51,500 Utilities. Except Heat for Buildings 68,500. Supplies 19,000 Other Expense 150 TOTAL OPERATION OF PLANT $ 311,472. MAINTENANCE OF PLANT: Salaries $ 62,165. Contracted Services 11,500. Replacement of Equipment 7,000. Other Expense 31 300. TOTAL MAINTENANCE OF PLANT $112,365. FIXED CIIARGES: School District Contributions to Employee Retirement $ Insurance and Judgments 56,161. Rental of Land and Buildings Interest on No-Fund Orders Other Fixed Charges 217,635. TOTAL FIXED CHARGES $ 275,796. FOOD SERVICES: Salaries Contracted Services Other Expense TOTAL FOOD SERVICES STUDENT.BODY ACTIVITIES: Salaries .Other Expense TOTAL STUDENT- BODY ACTIVITIES C()MMUNITY SERVICES: Recreation Civic Activities Ptlblic Libraries Welfare Activities Non Public School Pupils 4.-H Club .(annery " bdult Education ".TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES 'CAPITAl, OUTLAY: Sites .Bui)dings Equipment TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY bPECIAI, PROGRAMS: .TOTAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS .I)UT-GOING TRANSFER ACCOUNTS: Expenditures In-State Expenditures Out-of-State Tuition to other than Public ,Schools TO'I'AI, OUT-GOING TRANSFElt ACCOUNTS CI,EAItlNG ACCOUN1 ,'S: $56,448. $68,448. 7,735. $17,994. CLASS II Real Estate 21,435,390. 91.80 c 196377. Personal Property 669,630. 91.8 c 6,149. Total Class II 22,105,220. 202,92ti. CLASS III Real Estate 3,235,410. 183.68 c 59,402. ' Personal Property 5,655,620. 163.60 c 163,837. Public Utility Property 17,916,900. 183.60 c 328,954. Total Class lit 26,807,930. 492,193. CLASS IV Real Estate 5,585,430. 183.60c 102.548. Personal Property 3,608,140. 163.60c 66,245. Public Utility Property 5,066,200. 163.60c 93,015. Total Class IV 14,259,770. 261,808. TOTAL VALUATION $ 67,452,860. $976,572. PROPOSEI) RATES FOR BOND PURPOSES: Class I cents Class II cents Class III cents Class IV cents Net Levy for Sinking Funds and Interest $ PROPOSED RATES FOR PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT: Class I cents Class II cents Class III cents Class IV cents .-. Net Levy for Per'nbnt Improvement - $ STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF SUMMERS, TO-WIT: I, Demetrius E. Tassos Secretary of the Board of Education of said county do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and entered by said board on the 28 day of March, 1980. Demetrius E. 'lassos Given under my hand this 28 day of March, 1980 May 28, 1984 Billy J. Kessler My Commission Expires NOTARY Legal Notice NOTICE YOU are hereby notified that I have made up the FINAL Com- missio)er's Report of ERMA MAYDELLE MEADOWS in the Estate of JESSICA DRAKE and that the same will be held in my office, in the Ewart-Miller Building, Hinton, West Virginia, for ten days, during which time it will be subject to the inspection and exception of any person int- erested therein. Given under my hand this 17 day of March, 1980 HAROLD B. EAGLE Commissioner of Accounts for Summers County, W.Va. Mar. 20, 27 Apr. 3 Legal- N otice ORDER OF PUBLICATION CIRCUIT COURT OF SUMMERS COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA DONNA SUE WHITTAKER Plaintiff v. JOHN WILLIAM WHITTAKER Defendant Civil Action No. 80-C-64 $ I. The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds $ of matrimony.) ..To the Above Named Def- endant: It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that John Will- iam Whittaker is a non-resident of the State of West Virginia, it is hereby ordered that John William Whittaker serve upon Robert J. Golcheski, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 1419 Main St., Princeton, West Vir- ginia 24740, an answer, includ- ing any related counter claim or defense you may have to the $ complaint filed in this action on or before April 27, 1980. If you fail to do so, thereafter judg- $ ment, upon proper hearing and trial, taken against you for the relief demanded in the $ complaint A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the un- $ dersigned Clerk at his office Entered by the Clerk of said Court March 28, 1980 $" Edith M. Meador CLERK OF COURT April 3, 10, 17 Legal Notice NOTICE ' Notice is hereby given that temporary voter registration offices will be established in each tax district of Summ- ers County, West Virginia on April 10th, 11th and 12th, for the convenience of those who wish to register or correct their registration before the June 3rd Primary Election. Any resident of the County who has not registered to vote and is elig- ible may do so at this time Offices will be open at the following places and hours: Jumping Branch School, Pipe- stem School, Forest Hill SOh- oel, Talcott School, Sandstone School, and H.W. Meeks res- idence, Keatley Springs. Hours will be: Thursday, April 10th- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, April 11th- 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 12th- 10 a.mto 6 p.m. BARBARA N. CARR, Clerk Summers County Commiss- ion. Mar. 20, 27, Apr. 3 Legal Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the Creditors and Bene- ficiaries 'of the estate of Mary Elizabeth Ball, deceased: All persons having claims against the estate of the said Mary Elizabeth Ball, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit same with the vou- cher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at my office in the City of Hinton, West Vir- ginia, on or before August 15, 1980, at 10:00 o' clock, A.M., otherwise, they may by law, be excluded from all benefits of said estate. All beneficiaries' of said estate are notified to be present on said day to protect their interests. Given under my hand, this the 14 day of March, 1980. Harold B. Eagle Commissioner of Accounts, Summers County, West Virginia March 20, 27, April 3 L.egaf Notice PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA CHARLESTON Entered by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WEST VIRGINIA, at the Cap- itol in the City of Charleston on the 7th day of March, 1980. CASE NO. 79-341-G-GI CABOT CORPORATION, a public utility Investigation of gas sales ag- reements between Cabot Cor- poration and Town Gas Com- pany, ABC Gas Company, As- hford Gas Company and South- ern Public Service Company. CASE NO. 79-348-G- 42T CABOT CORPORATION, public utility. In the matter of increased rates and charges. FURTllER ORDER CASE NO. 79-341- G- G! On August, 9, 1979, Cabot Corporation, a public utility, filed with the Commission pro- posed wholesale gas sales con- tracts between it and Town Gas Company, ABC Gas Company, Ashford Gas Company and So- uthern Public Service Com- pany. By order entered by the Commission on September 24, 1979, these contracts were sus- vended until such time as the' Commission approves of said contracts The order of Sept- ember 24, 1979 also consolid- ated this proceeding with Cabot Corporation's general rate case in Case No. 79-348-G-42T. CASE NO. 79-348-G-42T On September 13, 1979, Cabot Corporation, a public utility, filed a new tariff designated Tenth Revision of Original Sh- eet No. 6, P.S.C.W.Va. No. 1, cancelling Original Sheet No 6, stating increased rates and charges of approximately $4, 696, 627 for providing natural gas service to approximately 23, 961 customers in Kanawha, Fayette, Raleigh, Wirt, Wyo- ming, Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Jackson, NiCholas, Ritchie, Ro- ane, Putnam and Summers Counties, to become effective October 15, 1979. By order entered herein on October 12, 1979, the Commiss- ion ordered that Cabot Corp- oration, a public utility, be made respondent to this pro- .,_.ceeding-and pending investig- ation, hearing and decision the aforesaid revised tariff was suspended and the use of the rates and charges stated there- in deferred until February 12, 1980, unless otherwise ordered by the Commission, and the respondent was authorized, by said order, to place into elf- Legal Notice PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE: BUS and Taxi Oper- ators -- You are hereby notif- ied that Summers County Coun- cil on Aging, Box 776, Hinton, W. Vs. 25951 is applying for a grant, under Section 16(b) (2) of the Urban Mass Transport- ation Act of 1964 as amended to replace equipment to continue operating a Fixed Route, and Demand Responsive Route ser- vice within Hinton, W. Va. and Summers County to pl'ovide transportation to meet the special needs of elderly and - or handicapped persons. The purpose of this notice is to advise all interested transit and paratransit operators of service being planned within the area described above, and to insure that such a program would not represent a dupli- cation of current or proposed services provided by existing transit or paratransit operat- ors in the area. Any interested transit, taxi or other carrier within the prop- osed service area may comm- ent on the proposed service by sending comments to: Public Transportation Division Department of Finance and Administration Building 5, Room A- 863 Capitol Complex Charleston, West Virginia 25305 and to the applicant within 30 days of this notice. Very truly yours, Kyle Anderson, Transportation Director Leader March 27, April 3 HN Mar. 27, Apr. 3 ect at the expiration of the sus- pension period, the increased rates and charges contained in the aforesaid tariff after fil- ing a bond in the amount of Four Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,700,000.00 ), pursuant to Chapter 24, Ar- ticle 2, Section 4, of the Code of West Virginia; and WHEREAS, by order ent- ered herein on February 14, 1980, the matters involved in both of these cases were set for hearing to be held in the Com- mission's Hearing Room in Charleston on April 9, 1980; and WHEREAS, on March 5, 1980, counsel for Cabot Cor- poration requested a continu- ance of the April 9, 1980 hear- ing. UPON CONSIDERATION WHEREOF the Commission is of the opinion that the request of counsel for Cabot Corporat- ion for a continuance of the April 9, 1980 hearing should be approved. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORD- ERED that the hearing on these matters originally sched- uled for April 9, 1980, be, and the same hereby is, cancelled. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the matters involved he- rein be consolidated with Case No. 80-025-G-T and set for hear- ing to be held in the Commi- ssion's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Charl- eston on the 23rd day of Ap- ril, 1980, at 9:30 a.m., EST, at which time and place the res- pondent shall appear and pros- ecute said application, and any- one interested may appear and make such objection thereto as may be deemed proper. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the respondent, Cabot Cor- poration, a public utility, give notice of the filing of the aforesaid tariff and of the time and place of the rescheduled hearing thereon by posting a copy of this order ( ihtcad of the February 14, 1980 order) in conspicuous places where bills for gas service are paid for a period of at least twenty (20) days prior to the 23rd day of April, 1980, for public inspect- ion, and by publishing a copy of this order ( instead of the February 14, 1980 order) once a week for two (2) successive weeks the first publication to be made not more than thirty (30) days nor less than fifteen (15) days prior to the 23rd day of April, 1980, in a .newspaper published and of general circ- ulation in each of the Counties of Kanawha, Fayette, Raleigh, Wirt , Wyoming,Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Jackson, Nichols, Rit- chic, Roane, Putnam and Summers, making due return thereof to the Commission on or before the day of hearing. TRUE COPY TESTE: Howard M. Cunningham Executive Secretary HN March 27, April 3 Legal Notic NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Pursuant to Section 46-9-504 of the West Virginia Uniform Commercial Code, the First Nat- ional Bank will sell at public sale to the highest bidder on APRIL 7, 1980; at 10:00 A.M. on First National Bank Parking Lot, Hinton, West Virginia, the following repossessed auto- mobile: 1977 FORD 1 TON TRUCK SER. NO: F37SUY62 818 The sale of the above des- cribed automobile will be made WITHOUT WARRANTY, and the Bank reserves the right (1) to bid at the public sale. (2) to reject bids at the public sal e , and (3) to continue such sale to any other time and place by announcement of such contin- uance at the time and place set forth herein. The automobile to be sold may be inspected APRIL 5, 1980, between 9:00 A.M. and noon on First National Bank Parking Lot, Hinton, West Vir: ginia. Dated at Hinton, West Vir- ginia, this MARCH 27, 1980. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Pat Jordon Assistant Cashier Installment Loan Officer April 1, 3 ++ i+i' ++i ++ :i+i ++ ++!+++: :++ ::+ ...... + + '++  ++! il; !+;i + :+++ ++ +i++ ,::: i  i :ii:;i': !: :: +i iii: i iii iiii !i  ,j SERVICES AVAILABLE " NOTIj House fo, Do you need any remodeling ATTENTION! f Summers done? Free estimates. Call 466- classified ad  a m. 1506 or 466- 3510. paper, check it for pril 3- Mar. 20- Apr. 28p first time it runs. error, we will c after the first tim PHO''OGRAPHER Experienced photographer available for family events, weddings, etc, Very reasonable. Call 466- 3799 after 5. Dec. )8- TFN Do you need excavating, back- hoe, dozer, gravel or septic work? Call 466-1506 or 466- 3510. We also do water lines. Mar. 20- April 28p Do you need a new driveway or walk or any asphalt paving repair work done? Call 466- 1506 or 486- 3510. Mar. 20- April 28p more insertion t time. We will n< sible for "classif ments with errors brought to our att lately. TFN ARE YOU PI + RUMMAGE OB SALE? Get the word out  ---'=" ified adt You'd r0rale.': how little it costs d nme. Lol .... 'Y" _Small equi results it gets . __ --- -, "" "dWill reloet '.tried and true b;;;; ul-J classifiedl !tall ttillcr TFN Jan. 8- 3 15 Years experience, New work,, . ..... . .. t ed doub "Do people read th! 'ated remodeling and minor carpent- You bet they do 0 _. ' " rt ry. All work guarantee, 466-' advertiser receiveh crest In 0265. Oct. 30- TFN plies in the mail, il coll days after he first ff April 1 pays to advertise, Will do housecleaning. 468- 48 buy it .... or just ! Il 60. Mar. 27- April 8p formation your n====,,= Want Ads. )R REN NEED A TOW ???? FOR FAsT AND FIRST CLASS SERVICE CALL K & S WRECKER 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. 466- 5155 AFTER 5 P.M. AND SUNDAYS 466- 3799. PASSENG+ER CAR & PICK UPS DAY TIME $10.00 PER HOUR PASSENGER CARS & PICK- UPS NIGIIT TIME $12.50. ALL OTHER VEHICLES AT REASONABLE RATE $15.00 & UP. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE... ..Feb. 7- TFN Will do yard work, cleaning, pruning or planting. Call 466- 4022. Mar. 27- April 8p Furniture refinishing, 15 years experience. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Free estimate, free NOV. 6-TFN B'ARGAIN Ht Do you have unns! your home, basen age? Bring them to House, 117 5th Ave them into cash. V kinds of used furnil knick knacks, etc. per cent commim and Mary Ann Per agers Phone 466- 52 For Rein p.m.  Kitchen April I- 17p !46_ 3510.  Feb, 26. New Tool Auction, . ril 4th 6:30 P.M. .' OUSefor town High School, .l 'rite Dor W.V. Monroe Mead vergreer 7602.  .nn. 37 April I- 3p Mar. 25- Need Morn nse n' ' it yot n'Phy's ' ads= Pla: 3ec. 27- VO a(JF( e Jim al one 466- Jan. 15- pickup and delivery. Call 392-. Set your own salary 5948. pany new to this anted: N : Sept- TFN ......... ' " - Thursday and Fri! 'eet, Crc .... ........ 2:30, 4:30- 6:30. e Sally l Painting Interior & Exterior. April 3p , Mar. 20- Phone 466- 2007. -- March 27- May 2op Wanted T, HOUSECLEANING?hiler o + ' sell your antiques inton r Car repairs? Wash and wax ? Buy-swap-sell. Loc724" ' "' Check with us for fast, prompt Bluestone Cabinet S Aoril., service at reasonable prices.: Third Avenue. 4 5 468- 5155 or 466- 3799 (nights). and browse. ANTED Jan. 15- TFN Old clocks cleaned and repai- red. Milous Cales 466- 0212. April 3- 15p REAL ESTATE SALES ForSale: Four bedroom home Bellepoint, dead end st., 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, large fam- ily room, for appt. call 466-1783. April 3- TFN April 3- June 3p " Men Brid B) Evan Shirley Bridge is a Camp for sale: at Barger Sp- Bridge High School rings, OK for year round liv-. College, the ing. Owner may finance. Call arleston, and is doing 466- 4364 after 5 p.m. work at West April 3- lop of Graduate. She teacher at Danese sl 2 and 5 acre' llomesites corn- Evan Fox does :v plete with septic tank and well. work throughout the 8 per cent simple interest with part of the state. financing available. Mobile homes welcome. For more in- formation call 466- 3510. April 3- TFN House for Sale- 6 rooms, storm doors and windows, owner may finance. Call 466- 4364 after 5 p.m. April 3- 10p Largest Snow Base Snowshoe resort for the third time in the last four years has consistently had th- roughout the season one of the largest snow bases in the coun- try. Snowshoe is still skiing on a base of 50 to 125 inches with temperatures in the 20's while most ski areas are closing for the season. Snowshoe's mountain elevat- ion, its snowfall, and cold tem- peratures along with its snow- making capabilities allows the area to continue skiing well into April for as long as the skiers dot the slopes. Because Snowshoe's winters last longer, the area introduc- vorking in her local The Red Spring Church, in 1960 with group. Pvt. Elmer us Mt. Rt. 22 dge , recently thing as an armor ' under the one aining cosuty U.S. Army Armor Fort Knox, Ky. A household show ,,r for Mrs. Joyce home of her : file Burdette. She was marriage Meadow Bridge Mr. and Mrs. celebrated their versary at the home parents, Mr. and Coughlin Jr. of Meadow ed the "Almost Heaven" sk- "visiting Mr. and Mrs. ing season this year to en-' Burdette recently courage., people to ski the slopes grandsons Kelly m late March and April . During the "Almost Heaven", sking season, beginning March 17, all sking and lodging is half price. Snowshoe has received the following snowfall since January 1: January- 43 inch- es; February 50.5 inches; thru March 13-23 inches. The 30 day weather fore- cast indicates more snowfall in March and a late winter and from the looks of the slopes, the skiing should be great. Fox, and Steve Fox. Charles Conrath, a visitor of the Meadow Kiwanis, was with dall President. ath is from Athens, A fellowship Revival ! the Oak Grove on Backus Mt. April Time: 7 o"clock. welcome. All singing + are also welcomed.