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+ . 2 B-Hinton News Wed. Avr. 7, 1982 LEGAL NOTICE "WITH EXCESS LEVY" LOR 12:2&apos;/ [ . (COPY FOR NEWSPAPERS) BOARD OF EDUCATION LEVY ESTIMATE (SAMPLE OF ESTIMATE FOR PUBLICATION) (trois out all items not used) STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF ........... .g,nfZ.6 ........................................ io.wit: At a Regular Session of the Board of Education Summers ' held at the regulat mesting place tbarcof of ............... : ........................... County, on the...2........day of Match, 19 8.2... Ptesent:....Y....,...;[.g.r. .......................... President of todd Beard of ]Education, and .e ..,...zl..=_ ..;., ...O.1;.=...QI, T..,. MoJ,=.  ............................. . .................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... Members. in nccord;,nce with Section I '2, Article g, Chapter II, of the Wait Virginia Cnd, as amended, the Soatd proceeded to make an estimate of the amounts nceetsery tO be ra,d by a levy of taxes for thz curll:nl filKal year, and cloth determine and estimate I1 several amounts tO be el follows: SCHOOL CURRENTEST1MATED RECEIPTS The amount due and the amount that will become dug and olle=dble dur/ng the current fEwl yeas ExCEPT FROM (l) THE LEVY OF TAXES m be made for Iha yaat: Estimated Beginning Bance 100 tO00 (Including Balan= in Sinking Fund) ............................................... $ Taxation and Appropriations Received (Other. than net tax collections) .................................................... 7,500 Tuition From Patrons ............................................................... Qther Revenue from Local Sources .................................................... 82168]$ Revenue from Intermediate Sources ................................................... state Funds ........................................................................ 1'075t 751 Revenue from Federal Sources ......... . .............................................. Federal Funds Received Through State ....................................  ........ Non-Revenue Receipts ................ , ........................................ . ..... Incoming Trand'er Aeoums .......................................................... 356,135 Clearing Accounts .................................................................. It, 622,070 Total Estimated Receipts Exclusive of Current Property Taxes ........................ $ (2) The total of all other exlnditurce to be paid out of t.he receipts for the current fism, I year with proper allowlnce for delinquent taxes, exonerations and eontinnci: SCHOOL CURRENT--F.b*TIMATF.D DIgBURSE]fENT$ ADMZN LSTRATION: Salaries ............................................................................................................... S. 181,9l; 3 Contracted Services ........................................................................................... Other Current Expense ..................................................................................... 26, It00 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION .............................................................................................................. S 208, 3It3 INSTRUCTION: Salaries: Principals ........................................................................................................... $ Consultants or Supervisors ............................................................................... "71,598 Teaehe .............................................................................................................. Other Professional Instructional Stall .............................................................. Secretarial and ClerieM .................................................................................... 109,h00 Other S==taries Non.Professlonal ....................................................................... 209,036 2.h77.516 2T,816 7o,688 T=,I Sa,atiel .......................................................................................................................................... s 3,176,o59 Other Current Expcns: Textbooks ........................................................................................................... S 50,000 ' School Libraries & Audiovisual Materials ...................................................... "191  Teaching Supplies ............................................................................................. 0t 000 19, 9z8 Other Expense= ................................................................................................. Total Other Current Expense ............................................................................................................... S. TOTAL INSTRUCTION ............  ............................................................................. *'. ......................... S ATTENDANCE SERVICES: Salaries ............................................................................................................... $. 30,201 Contracted Stoical .......................................................................................... 1oo Other Expense ..; ................................................................................................ TOTAL ATTENDANCE SERVICES ................................................................................................. S, 30,601 HEALTH SERVICES: Salaries .......................................................................................................... $. lh, 881 Contracted Servlcel .......................................................................................... 12  00 Other Current IExpen ................................................................................... )00 TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES ............................................................................................................. $ 28,281 PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: Salar:es .............................................................................................................. S hoh.'=;K Contracted Services & Public Carriers ............................................................ Replacements of Vehicles ............................................................................. v" 121. ItIt3 Pupil Transportation Insurance ...................................................................... I I = 1 n 6,270 ]Expenditures in Lieu of Transporlation ........................................................ Other Expenses for Operation and Mximeuance .......................................... 127,10 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................................ $ q0.'h 139,603 3,3i5,657 OPERATION OF PLA.N'T: SMatiel .............................................................................................................. S 189  88It Contracted Srvicel ......................................................................................... " 7. l't(3 Heat for Buitdings ................................................................................... )1  00 UtUitlas. Except Heat for Sulldin|s ... ........................................................ Supplies ...................................................................................................... 9. 7qt Other Expense .............................................................................................. TOTAL OPERATION OF PLANT ............................... i .....................................................................  1581,.8h -- .MAINTENANCE OF PLA.%: Salarlel .............................................................................................................. S 77  h27 Contracted $rvlces ........................................................................................... 9. gi'3 Replacements of Equipment ............................................................................ h  = nO Other Expense ................................................................................................. TOTAL MAINTENANCE OF PLANT ............................................................................................ S ih7,927 FIXED CHAJItGIE. School District Contributions to Employee Retirement ................................ $ Insurance and lud|mcnts ................................................................................ 72123'T Remal of Land and Buildings ......................................................................... lntcrest on No-Fund Orders ............................................................................. 28It,25h Other Fixed Charges ....................................................................................... TOTAL FIXED CHARGES ................................................................................................................. $ 1 356,h91 FOOD SERVICES: Salaries ............................................................................................................ S Contracted Satvices ........................................................................................ 79,163 LEGAL NOTICE Other Expense ................................................................................................. TOTAL FOOD SERVICES ............................................................................................................. S 7,163 STLrDEN'r.BODY ACTIVITIES: Salaries .................................................................................................. S Other Eapen= ................................................................................................. TOTAL STUDENT-SODY ACTIVITIES ............................................................................................ $ COMMUNITY SERVICES: 5oo Recreation ................................................................................. S Ci,ic Activities ....................................................... Public Lihrariel .................................................... 12r 000 Warfare AliVhics ......................... Non Pu.Hic School Pupils ................................................................................ -H C'.;b ........................................................................................................... q.321 Cannery. .......................................................................................................... Ad,'h Education ............................................................................................. TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ................................ $ 21,821 CAPITAL OL'TLAYt Sites ........................................................... Buildils ......................... Equipment ..... TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ SPECIAL PROGRAMS: TOTAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS ......................... $ OUT.GOING TRK'NSFER ACCOUNTS: ExpenJhures In-Slate $ Expen=ituret Out.M-State ....................... Tchior. to other th|n Public Schools ......... TOTAL OUT,GOING TRANSFER ACCOUNTS $. CLEARLG ACCOUNTS: Foo ,r ices ......... " S 3h9,521 Studrn: Body Activities ................................................  : ['1 h MsteEzls For Re,It ............................ Textbooks .......................................................... ' ....................... TOTAL CLEARING ACCOUNTS ................................. S 356t135 $. i00,000 i0  000 llO,O00 SCHOOL CURRENT EXPENSE..q---RECAPITULATION 20833 30,601 1 -d-,L"is: :a:!on ................................................ S = :=:::::i:n ............................. ,, ...................... . .At: :r./a=:e Services .............................. .............. 4. H:t S=r=s. ................................................ 28,281. .. Pu?il Transportation Sen'ices ................................... 6qC)='2L 6. Ope.ra:ion of pl*nt ............................................. )-IR = RSh 7. .M!n'enance of Plant .......................................... "Ih7,92 Ftx=d Charges ................................................. 356.h91 9. Fcod See'ices ................................................. 7q=16 tO St=dent Body Activities ......................................... I]. Cc..-nrr.u:. y Serv;ccs ........................................... Pl :RPl I=. Ca; 10u:;ay . ............ ; ................................... 110 IO00 I.L Sp:cl Programs ............................................... 14 O=:gcinz Transfer Accounts .................................. I. <. Cicar.ng Accounu ............................................. 356.135 16 Tou.l School Current Expenditures ...- ............................................... $ ,826.127 I'. Es:!rr..Me:l Outstanding Oblitions June 30, 197 I Fc:rr Years Ordcr ........................................... $ 19. Er.=ut,:ances and Bills Unpaid ................................ 20. Total Orders OuUtsndin|, Eneumbmnces and Bilb Unpaid , .................................... 21. A=o=nt of Above ObliJtions Propod to be Paid from Current Levy ........................................................... $ r, Toud E:tin-.ated Disbursements Lines 16, and 21 ...................................... $ 5,826,127 23. E.irr.ated Retipts from Page E-4 ...................................................... , 622,070 2.. Nr. Amur.t so be Raised by Levy of Taxes .............................................. 1,20}4,07 2. . Toal Lines 23 and 24 (.Must alFce with line 22) ...................................... S 5-826-127 r SCHOOL CURRENT -- EXPENDITURES ESTIMATE Rate of 1.vy Proposed uu, es:d Including Excess. Taxes Valuation , if an)' Levied CLASS 1 Pencnxl P:openy ................... $ 5,790,560 h2.2 S 2h,h6 Pub[J: Utity Property ............... 5h6300 h2.25 c 2,308 To'=l Class I .................... 6 = =t=6.860 26.773 CLASS II Real Esut ......................... 29t62it100 8h. 50 c 250,32it Perscual Property ................... T2I30 8h.50 c 6p13h 30,350,030 256,'it58 To'=l Class 11 ................... 'CLASS III Real Es'.ate ......................... It, 816.300  c 81,396 Pernal Property ................... 12"8.it3t2hO 169.00 c 217,051 PubE= L'til"ty Property ............... P=Ohh:nO 16q.00 c 38g.ItIt7 To,=l O-, 111 .................. It0703,70 687,894 CLASS ix' Real Et ......................... 7,095,300 169.00 119,911 Persc.-l Property ................... h- h.Sfi. "60 : 75.020 Pub: L'lity Property . .............. 59i,000 169.00 100,572 To'=I Chuu IV ............. , .... 17,5: ggO 2q6. 03 TOTAL VALUATION .......... S 4,923,2 0 S 1.267.1t8 ( 63,371 ) Less DelLnqueneea & Exonerations Es'imated at 5 PROPOSED RATES FOR BOND PURPOSES: Class i Cse I! Ct*ss III  .Clals IV -- Net Lev for Sinking Fundl Ind Interest S PROPOSED RATES FOR PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT: Class 1 c Cla. II Class I11 -- e Class IV a Net Levy for Permanent Improvement $ 1p20It,057 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COU.-rY OF ..,.%Rn,ex,s.... .................. TO-WIT: ! ....... =Re.T.i..u..........R. @oq ....... -. ................................. Srcmry of the Board of Educ=tion of -*id cour.:y do herb)' certify that the foregoing arc true copies from the ord of order= made and entered by mid board on the 25 da. of March. I 82 Give= under my hand this 31 day of March, 19 82 TRUST FUND "Anyone wishing to donate to the C.V. Sims Trust Fund may send their donations to the following addresses: Parents address is: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sims 381 High Street Wallsworth, Ohio Wife's address - Mrs. Karen Sims 31 Navajo Ave. Creston, Ohio ST. PATRICK SCHEDULE St. Patrick's Catholic Church will celebrate the Mass of the Lord's Supper at 6 p.m. on Holy Thursday. Music will be led by the choir of our Lady of Mercy Chapel from the Federal Ref- ormatory under the direction of Sr. Anne D ' Auteil. During this liturgy Heather O' Farrell nd Chris Gilkerson will receive communion for the first time. Fr. Paul Tedesco will preside and deliver the sermon. Foll- owing the liturgy, there will be a covered dish dinner for all the parishioners and for the guest choir. On Good Friday, the Celeb- ration of the Lord's Passion will begin al 6:00 p.m. On Holy Saturday, St. Pat- rick's will celebrate the Easter Vigil liturgy beginning at 11:00 p.m. with the Parish Choir under the direction of Mrs. Michael Gore leading the mus- ic. Fr. Paul Tedesco will pres- ide and preach. Following the liturgy, we will have a recept- ion for all parishioners in the Parish Hall. Sunday morning liturgy will begin at 9:00 a.m., with Fr. Gone Ostrowski pres- iding. All are welcome to the Holy Week lilurgies YEARBOOK HUNT The Hinton High School Li- brary is attempting to obtain a copy of the school's yearbook, " The Dart", each year that it was published. If you have an issue that was published prior. to 1964, and are willing to don- ate it to Hinton High School, please contact Mrs. Linda Me- adows at the school's Library. Also, Mrs. Meadows would appreciate any information as Io how the yearbook was named " The Dart". ACT NOW ;rhe Pipestem Ruritan Club Citizenship and Patriotism Co- mmittee urges all unregistered persons including those who will be 18 before the General Election in November to regis- ter to vote in the up coming Primary Election June 1st. This is a priviledge each per- son should take advantage of, scour nation may have the best leadership possible. The deadline for registration for the June 1 election is Saturday May 1st. So we ask yttu to act promptly. We want your name to be listed with the volers of Summers County. Remember the deadline to reg- ister is May 1st 1982. OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Har- vey of Jumping Branch, will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary April t0th with an open house from 12 to 4 p.m. at their home. OPE-I cHURCH WEDDING Ms. Janet Osborne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles W: Osborne, and Mr. Jerry Ray Davis, son of Mr., and Mrs.. James L. Davis, will be unite(] . in marriage in an open church: ceremony at two o' clock Satu- i rday, April 10, 1982, at the Firsl Baptist Church in Hint, on. REVIVAL SERVICES Revival services will be held i- at the Pence Springs Comm- unity Church April 5 - 10 at 7:30 nightly with guest Evangelist . Lacy Brooks. Special singing nightly. Pas- tor Ronnie Cook invites every- one to attend. SUNRISE SERVICE Sunrise service will be held Easter Sunday at 6:30 a.m. presented by the Central Bap- tist Youth Group at the Courl . House Lawn. Public is invited. If it rains will be held at the church. OFFICES CLOSED City offices will be closed Friday April 9 for Good Friday There will be no trash pick up that day. CHOIR REHEARSAL A special Choir rehearsal will be held Saturday at 4:00 at the Second Baptist Church at James Street. WORK IN Hill Top Cemetery Restorat- ion Committee will have a work - in at the Cemetery Saturday April 10 weather permitting. Anyone who woul:',ke to volunteer is invited tome. For more information all Bas- il Blankenship. BUSINESS MEETING Second Baptist Church will hold a business meeting Sat- urday 5:00. Please all mem- bers be present. HINTON LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL Final sign - up for Minor League and try - outs for Little League will be held at the ball park in Bellepoint on Saturday April 10th at 2:00. Try - outs for Senior League will be held at the same time at the Barks- dale field next to the Vocat- ional Cenler. BAKE SALE Bobcat Booster - ettes will hold a Bake Sale at Country Roads Shopping Center in front of Krogers at 9:00 Saturday April 10th. CALENDARS AVAILABLE For several years the Coop- erative Extension Service has provided the Garden Calendar for gardeners, and some d these are still availab]e. This year for the first time a Home Orchard Calendar is also avail- able for limited distribution Call 466 - 3711 or stop by the Courthouse Annex for more in- formation. MEETING Dawn Sporting Club will hold a meeting April 8 at 7: 00 p.m. in the visitors center below the dam. BENEFIT AUCTION A BENEFIT AUCTION will be held Friday, April 16th at 7:00 P.M. at the Clintonville Vol. Fire Dept. at Clintonville, W. Va. ( Rt. 6O). Items to be sold: hardware, present with us for the yearly commemoration of the death of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus himself in:tituted a memorial of his death on the night be- fore he died. At that time Jesus told his disciples: "Keep doing this in remembrance of me". ( Luke 22:19). This denotes a regular, annual observance. Jehovah's Witnesses invite you to join them in memorial- izing this important event on April 8, 1982. This correspon- ds with Nisan 14 on the Bible's lunar calendar. You and your family are welcome to be pres- ent with us to hear an up building Bible talk about the meaning and purpose of this observance and the benefits to be derived from .it. The time and place are: Thursday April 8 after 6:00 at the Kingdom Hall on right on Route 3 above Armory. STREET MARKET MEETING A meeting to make plans for the 1982 Tailgate Vegetable Market on James Street in Hin- ton will be held on Tuesday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Memorial Building in Hinton. Al] persons who plan to sell at the market this year should plan to attend the meeting. For more information, call the WVU Extension Office at 466 - 3711. DOH REMINDER The West Virginia Depart- ment of Highways reminds motorists that studded snow tires must be removed by Ap- ril 15 1962. Studded tires are only per- 'missible between November I and April 15 of the winter driving season. You are warmly invited to be tools' household items, genera] merchandise, cioseouts. Some, thing for everyone. Everyone is welcome Refreshments also will be sold by the fire dept. Money raised will be used for the maintenance of the Fire Dept. DEGREE OF HONOR The Degree of Honor will meet Thursday April 8th at 1:30 in the City Building for their regular meeting.._ Obituary SMITH Neal Smith, 70, died Sun- day April 4 in a Hinton hospital after a long illn- ess. Born Dec. 11, 1911, in Hinton, he was a son of the late Calvin and Mamie Muse Smith. Mr. Smith was a retired employee of the Hinton Hospital, a member of the Second Baptist Church and the Wyley Lodge 8. His wife, Sarah Smith, preceded him in death. Survivors include a son, Cornelius Smith of Colum- bus, Ohio; four daughters, Martha Marks, Carolyn Murray and Bessie Sm, all of Detroit, Mich., dd Arletta Woods of Wasi [ ton, D.C.; a brother, Smith of Huntington; three sisters, LuciUe Radford of Hurrieane, Hazel Rodgers of Ansted and Elizabeth Martin of Huntington; nine grandchildren and 10 great - great ;, grandchildren: The body is at E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton.