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9::! LEGAL NOTICE "WITHOUT EXCESS LEVY" ' , LGR 12:27 LEGAL NOTICE Other Ealn TOTAL FOOD SERVICES ................................................................................................................... S 7}4,363 (COPY FOR NEWSPAPERS) BOARD OF EDUCATION LEVY ESTIMATE (SAMPLE OF ESTIMATE FOR PUBLICATION) (Cross out all items not used) STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY O F.......S....utl...e. E E ............ ., ................................... to-wit: At a Regular Session of the Board of Education of.....S....e..r... B, ..................... iCounty, held at the regular meeting place treof on the.,,2....day of March, 19 .2.. Present:......Dy'l.. T,....iegler ......................... President of said Board of Education, and ....es....A.:.......Z.e.;.....a..e ...C-.....eh...on.Z..a...L...Mo.k...S. .......................................... : .................................... ................................................................... , .......................................................................................................................................... , Members. In accordance with Sect/on 12, Article 8, Chapter I1, of the West Virginia Code, a amended, the Board proceeded 1o make an estima: of the amounts necessary to be raised b) a levy of taxes for the current fif, cal year, and doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as toHows: SCHOOL CURREN'rESTBVIATEO RECEIPTS The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible during the current fiscal year EXCEPT FROM (1) THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the year: Estimated Beginning Balance 100,000 (Including Balance in Sinking Fund) ............................................... $ Taxalion and Appropriations Received :, (Other than net tax collections) ................................................... 7  500 Tuition From Patrons ............................................................... Other Revenue from L0calources .................................................... 71t888 Revenue from Intermediate Sources .............. ..................................... ,075,751 State Funds ........................................................................ Revenue from Federal Sources ..... ' ................................................... Federal Funds Received Through State ................................................ Non-Re'.enue Receipts ............................................................... Incoming Transfer Accounts .......................................................... " i[ rn 356.135 7= ea I g .Accounts .................................................................. : Total Estimated Receipts Exclusive of Current Property Taxes ........................ S  ,611.27}4 -- (.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: SCHOOL CURnENTESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS 't'D EN'I'.BODY AC'I'IVITIt rlanes ............................................................................. : ..................... S , Ocher Exl n'se ................................................................................................. TOTAL STUDENT-BODY ACTIVITIES ..................................... I ....................................................... COM?v..%TEY SERVICESt L . aecreadon .............................................................................................. $ Civ;: A:gvities ..................................................................................... Pu.lig Libraries ......................................... ::..... ................................. ,e: fa A=tis'ifies ........................................................... Non Public IooJ Pupils ................................................................................. 4-H Club .................. : .......................................... 1 .............................. : .............. Canner)' . .......................................................................................................... Adult Education .............................................................................................. TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES ........................... CAPITAL OUTLAY: Sites ......................................................... $ Buildlnss ..... . ........ Equipment . . TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLA% ............................... SPECIAL PROGRAMS'. TOTAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS ............... OUT-GOING TRANSFER ACCOUN'PS: Expenditures In-State $. Expenditu,es' Oubof-StLte .................. Tuition 1o other than Public SchOols .......... TOTAL OUT-GOING TRANSFER ACCOUNTS CLEA RLNG ACCOL'N1: Food Services .......................................... $ Student Body AcUvilies ............................................ Materials For Re.;,lc : .......... " ........ Textbooks ................................................................. TOTAL CLEARING ACCOUNTS ...................... 29 i0,000 8,685 349,521 6,61h $ 18,94b $ $ ADMINISTRATION: Salaries ............................................................................................................... $- 175. 310 Contracted Services ........................................................................................... OIber Current Expense ..................................................................................... 31, }4 O0 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION .............................................................................................................. $ / Es'STRUCTION: Salaries: 196,011 . Principals ........................................................................................................... $ Consullan[s or Supervisors .............................................................................. 6"{s h2 Teachers ............................................................................................................... 2.276.h78 Ozher Professional Instructional Staff ............................................................... 220.933 SecrelariaI and Clericsl ..................................................................................... 66. 77t3 206,710 Oher S.tar,es Non-Professional ......................................................................... 102 r 200 , Total Salaries .................................................................................................................................... S 2,29.73h Other Current Expense: 25,220 Texlbooks ........................................................................................................... $. School Libraries & Audiovisual Materials ..................................................... .665 Teaching Supplies ............................................................................................. lh. Qq Other Expenses .............................................................................................. h ,}416 Total Olher Current Expense ............................................... , ............................................................... $ 60s2T}4 TOTAL INSTRUCTION ...................................................................................................................... $ 2t 990008 ATTENDANCE SERVICES: S cries ................................................................................................. Contracted :rvices .......................................................................................... Other Expense ................................................................................................. $ 28,166 }4OO TOTAL ATTENDANCE SERVICES ................................................................................................ $ HEALTH SERVIC : Salaries ........................................................................................................ Contracted Servicea ........................................................................................... Other Current Expense .. ......................................................................... -.-., .... TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES S 13,631 0-000 9OO ............................................................................................... , ........... $ PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES: S b00.288 Contracled Services & Pubhc Carrler ............................................................ 106.bh3 R-lacements of Vehic|es .................................................................................. 11.150 Puril Transportation Insurance ...................................................................... 6.270 Expenditures in Lieu of Transportation .......................................................... 12q.q55 Other Expenses for Operatioil and Maintenance ........................................... TOTAL TRANSPORTATION ....................................................................................................  ........ 28,566 2h,531 6}47.5O6 I. 4. S. 6. 7. 9. I C, I) I." 13. i-' i. . 16. ]-. (! 19 20. 2! :2. .% OPERATION OF PLANT: Salaries ................................................................................................................ $ 175,305 Contrac:ed Sen'ices ........................................................................................... T ,000 87,102 Heat for Buildings ............................................................................................ Utiliti;, Except Heat for Buildings ............................................................... "I ;: qO Supplies ............................................................................................................. pF 7qCI Other Expense / TOTAL OPERATION OF PLANT .................................................................................................... $ .MAINTENANCE OF PLAN'T: :aes ............................................................................................................. $ 62.938 Ccn:ra::ed rsi:es ........................................................................................... 22 00 Rep:acemema of Equipment ............................................................................ Ocher Ex=ns .................................................................. 1 ........................... }48,000 TOTAL MAINTENANCE OF PLANT ............................................................................................ $ f.'IXED CH.MRGES: A School Dis:tier Contributions to Employee Retirement ................................ $ Inlun:e and Judgments ................................... .'. ..................... ; ................ , ..... Ren'al of Land and Buildings ......................................................................... Ic;e:es: on No-Fund Orders ............................................................................. CXher Fixed Chares ....................................................................................... 69,}47}4 263.20 }452,407 TOTAL FIXED CHARGES ................................................................................................................. $ q-p : 7nh FOOD SERVICES: r,-.-, lanes ............................................................................................................... $ 7}4,363 SCHOOL CURRENT EXFEN$RECAPITULATION Administrauon ................................................ S ]mtruction .................................................... Auer:dance Services ............................................ Health Ser'dces ................................................ Pupil Transportation Services ................................... Operation of Plant ............................................ Maintenance of Plant .......................................... Flxed Charges ................................................ F:.od Services ................................................ S:=dent Body Activities ....................................... C mmumty Services ........................................... Cpital Outlay , ............................................... Special Programs ............................................. Outgning Transfer Accounls ................................... Clearing Accounts ............................................. PO:710 2.99O.OO8 28.566 67,506 452407 .i3.h8 332,704 7h:q6 18,9hI 56:1q5 Total School Current Expenditures ................................................. Etimated Outstandin Obligations June 30, 197 : Former Years Orders .......................................... $ Er.cumbrances and Bills Unpaid ................................. Total Orders Outstanding, Encumbrances and Bills Unpaid ....................................... Amount of Above Obligations Proposed to be Paid from Current Levy ........................................................... Total Estimated Disbursements Lins 16, and 21 ....................................... Eqlmared Receipts from Page E-4 ...................................................... Net Amount to be Raised by Levy of Taxes ............................................. Total Lines 23. and 24 (Must agree with line 22) ..................................... SCHOOL CURRENT -- EXPENDITURES ESTIMATE ..... Reteof Lvy Proposed Assessed Including Excess. Valuation if an), CLASS I Personal Property ................... $ 5'79'0"560 22.95 Public Ulility Property ............. ., 546 s 0Q 22.95 c 6,336,860 Total Class I ................... CLASS [I 29,62h, 100 h 5.90 Real Estate .................. : ...... " c 725,930 }45.90 Personal Propeny .................... c 30,350,030 Total Class II ........ , ....... ... CLASS II1 }4,816,300 91.80 c Real Estate ........................ Personal Property ................... 12"8}43"2h0  c PubliC" Utility Property ............... 23"0}4}4"/200 ....  c 'Total Class 111 .................. 40.703.7hQ CLASS IV ?,095,300 91.80 Real Estate ........................ Personal Property ................... }4  ---h86 t 360 91.80 Public Utility Property . .............. 5;95 nnn.  17,532,660 Total Class IV .................. TOTAL VALUATION .......... $ '9}4.923.290 Less Delinquencies & Exonerations estimated at 5% PROPOSED RATES FOR BOND PURPOSE.St Class l a Class II e Class Ill Class IV Net Levy for Sinking Funds and Interest $ PROPOSED RATES FOR PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT: Class 1 -- Chu II Cls III Class IV Net Levy for Permanent Improvement $ $5,265,312 $ $5,265.q12 h,611,27h 65h, O38 $5.265.12 Taxes Levied 13,289 135,975 3,332 139,307 hh,21h I17901 211,5}46 33e661 65,135 hi,185 688,h61 (3}4,}423) 65}4,038 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF ......... B.. ,u..ers. .............. TO-WIT: Demetrius E. Tssos I ........................................... ,' ............................. Sretary of the Board of Education of said county do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and ntcred by said board on the 25 day of March; 1982 Given under my Mnd this 31 day of March, 19 82 Wed. Apr, 7,-1982 Hinton News - 3B Senior Citizen Asks? Q. Can you give me any information about the National Alliance of Senior Citizens Group Health Plan? I've seen It ad- vertlsed on 'IV by Harry Morgan and Burl Ives and wonder if I should enroll. A. In checking with the Insurance Commissioner's office, this policy is a duplication of coverage of daily hospital charges for older people who are insured by Medicare Supplement policy. ..As the insurance Commissioners office pointed out, addit- ional drawbacks to the poliey ineinded the fact that for these 65 and over, benefits are only 50 per cent of the amounts advertised and no benefits are payable with regard to a condition that is determined to have existed prior to the date the policy was issued. .. You were wise to have made some inquiries before enrolling in this program, Many insurance companies use a hard sell approaeh on members of the " Senior Citizens" commun- ity to encourage seniors to purchase health insurunee that may duplieute policies, In order to avoid tl/e position of becom- ing " insurance poor", it is always advisable to carefully study any new insurance policy and to ask, "what will this do for me?" .. In some cases, as seem to be the case with this plan, insurance coverage is one of several benefits associated with memb- ership in a given organization. In the case of this organ- ization, members also receive a semi.monthly newsletter, the " Senior Guardian" provlding information about" what's going on in Washington." It would seem likely that any such pub- lication might be a vehicle for pushing some particular political point of view, Subscribers should be cautioned to bear such possible biases in mind when reading such publications. ..The $I.00 annual membership fee that the Natinnal Alliance for Senior Citizens advertises can certainly sound like a hargain, but it always pays to be an informed consumer. Announces Candidacy Summers County Delegate Jack Holt is announcing his candidacy for re - election to the West Virginia House of Delegates for a fifth term. Holt is seeking election as a representative of the new 22nd delegate district; he formerly represented the 19th delegate district. The 22nd District includes Raleigh County and portions of Summers County. Holt believes his eight years of service in the Legislature better enables him to repres- both education and organized labor, particularly the West Virginia Education Associat- ion, the AFL- CIO and the United Mine Workers." The Hinton resident is ma- rried to the former Katherine Abbott, a teacher at the Park Junior High School, Beckley They are the parents of a son, Jack A. Holt of Princeton Holt is active in civic and community affairs. He is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Iyal Order of Moose and (he BPOE. He ent the 22nd District. also serves as a member of the " As a representative of the Masons, Scottish Rite and is a people, I have endeavored to be directed by the needs of our district." Holt said. " I fee] my service in the House has pro- ved beneficial in gaining nee- ded improvements " In addition. I am pleased to nole during my tenure in the House I have been supported by i Shriner. In addition. Holt is a memb- er of the Brotherhood of Lo- conmtive Engineers and the United Transportation Union, He is' employed as a Railway Engineer for the Chessie Sy- stem and is a licensed Real Estate broker. I/".,4 NEWS According It)James Snead, Depuly Director of the West Virginia Department of Veter- ans' Affairs many velerans lhal wish Io make application for velerans benefil s are some- limes delayed due Io lhe fact Iheir mililary discharge pap- ers were eilher h)sl or des- I royed. He went tm It) explain that many limes a widow canno! locate her husband's discharge papers which also result in de- lay of widows benefits or bur- ial benefits To insure againsl loss or discharge being destroyed, a veleran can take his discharge to the Coun[y Clerk's Office in }]is respective county and re- quesl .Ihal il be made a malt- er ttf record There is no charge for re- cording of lhis dt)cumenl : aod. when lhere is need [he velera or widow can requesl a " Free" eerlified copy for whalever benefi[ they wish h) make appli- cation. Anyone desiring further in- formalit)n on this t)r any olher veteran benefit should contact his t)ffice h)caled al Memorial Building Princett)n Ite is also al the Memt)rial Building, llin- on t,n the firsl and third Wednesday of each monlh from 9 AM It) 12 nt,on Poster Winners Announced On Saturday, March 27, 1982 a Social Studies Poster Cont- est for grades K - 3 was held in connection with the Element- ary Social Studies Fair. Post- ers were entered having to do with many different areas of the social sciences. Winners of the Poster Contest include: KINDERGARTEN: First - Pipestem, Miss Harvey Second - Hinton Area, Mrs. Meadows ( Monday - Wednes- day - Friday) Third - Sandstone, Miss Har- vey FIRST GRADE: First- Bellepoint, Mrs. Bryant Second - Talcott, Mrs. Pierce Third - Talcott, Mrs. Kirkham SECOND GRADE: First- Bellepoint, Mrs. Bryant Second - Talcott, Mrs. Lambert THIRD GRADE: First - Jumping Branch, Mrs Bennett Second - Beilepoint , Mrs. Fl- eshman Third - Taicott, Miss Biggers A Special Award - BEST OF SHOW, was awarded to Belle- point, Grade 1, Mrs. Meadows and Miss Ward,for their mt)del of the Bellepoint community. Hospitai- Notes Summers County Hospital March 29, 1982 Admitted: Lessie McClung, Tammy Camara, Arthur Ball, Patricia Woodrum, Glenna Tal- bert, Ramona Bolt, Dawn Tur. ner, all of Hinton; Leonidas Moten, Leroy Trivett, both of Jumping Branch; William Her- ald, Forest Hill; Dollie Jones, Elton. Dismissed: Arcenia Easton, Laura Johnson, Charlie Ayers, Essie Meadows, Raymond Sy- denstrieker, Martha Reed, all of Hinton; Catherine Friel, Walter Knopp, both of Alder- son; Ellen Metzler, Dawn Gill, both of Sandstone; Norma Van- ce, Caldwell; and Amanda Cr- ews, Cool Ridge. Birth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Cantrell of Hinton announce the birth of their second son, Craig Andrew, born on March I9 in the Bluefield Community Hos- pital. He weighed eight pounds and four and one - half ounces and measured twenty - three inches in length. Craig has a three year old brother, Adam. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Shrader of Beech Run and maternal . great - grandmother is Mrs. Opal Boiling of Hinton. Pater- nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cantrell of Hin- ton and paternal great - grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nor- yell Turner of Hinton.