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i At or vmo m, the muuteip ty of Chm'res r, in the Ctty bU dtUg on m ent Niche!as Carsm ESTIMATE Estimate Form 1 ESTImaTED RECEIPTS: The amount due, mad the amount that will become due and collect- Balaz e in l m& of Clty (Z tma, ed) ........ $ 890.00 r SPIRIT OF EFI R$ON FARMERS Balance in Hands of Sheriff (Estimated) ................ 950.00 THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1966 Police Fines and Costs .............................. '.. 2(}0.00 . . Permits-Building, Street, Sewer and Other .............. 200.00 Number IV Rents,. Buildings and Concessions ....................... 200.00 Taxes: Gross Sales & OccuPation) Real Estate ......................... 118,500.00 ible from every source during the current fiscal year, EXCEPT FROM LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the current year upo the e0tmty as a whole and upon any district of the county for which the levies are iald by tl e County Cou_r , Capitation and Dog ........................... 50.00 ......... i iii:: i ........... iii i...i i .. 500.00 Howard Seehrist, Robert Miscellaneous ......................................... 600.00 D. H.t Balmce Due Fund From Sheriff (Estimated) ............ $ 30,000.00 Total Estimated Receip .............. .............. $3,750.00 I of said munt i-I Delinquont Redemptio s and Sales ...,, .......... 2,000.00 Sherif , .................... . .................. lC O0[ ES TED CURRENT EXPENDrrURES. I:I, of the West Emminp__ Clerk Comity Court .......................... 7,000.00i 1. Salary of Mayor ...... ................ ................ $110.00 to make an esti. J Eamin Clerk Clrt t Court .............. , ............ 2,000.00 2. Salary of ReOrder or Clerk .......................... 70.00 levy of tax for i Proeecuting Attorney ., .............. ......... 50-00 3. Salary of Treasurer .................................. 50.00 cremate me sev t ................................. 9,o0o.oosorry of city Attorney ....... :. ..................... 200.00 Rec pts .................. , .......... $ O0,1&O.O0 7. Salary of Councilmen or Co ers .............. 10q.00 iI I [ITIMATED SES: 11. Genera! Expe PoUce Dep L; ................ 200.50 ! 15. New Fire Equ mnent. ......... .... .................. 75.00 i ...... 1.. Clerk of the Cotmty Court .................. , ....... $ 4,500.00 16. General Expenses Fire Department .................... 50.00 will become 2. Deputy Clerks Cotmty Cour 2 in Nmnber, 18. Salaries Health Co o er and Employees .........75.00 EXCEPT FROM i Employees ............................ 13,900.00 24. J mltors' Salaries Supplies ....................... 30.00 year.. ] 3. Clerk of the Circuit mrt .......... ................ 4 0.00 25. Repairs to City Buildings and Jail ........... .... ..... 59.00 ....... $1j100.00[ 4. DeimtyclerksClr RCourt, I reNumber, ,.. 500.00 | A skt ts Employees ....... . .................... 6,300.0026.29. 'Water--FireFUrniture' Fixture.Protection,and OfficeStreetsMaehmeSand Sewers .............. .......... 48o.0050"00 Personal Property ................... 142,035.00 Public Utility Property .............. 18,900.00 Total Class No. IV ................. 279,435.00 TOTAL VALUATION ............ $654,085.00 .50 .50 OF OY ........ - ....... .... :.. ,. I. o.oo and ...... .............................. 1 o.0o 1 00.001 6.Sheriff, 3 m Number, Rents, Buildings and Concessions ...................... 6,000.00 Pole Tax ................................................ 400.00 Capitation and Dog ...................................... 700.00 Franchise .............................................. 1,600.00 Consumer's Sales (Liquor) .......................... 11,500.00 Crematory and Garbage ................................ 17,000.00 License Fee ................. . .......................... 190.00 Jail Fees ................................................ 350.00 General ................................................ 7,000.00 .............................................. Total Estimated Receipts .......................... $71, 14. ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES: 15. 16. 1. Salary of Mayor ...................................... $250.00 19. 2. Salary of Recorder or Clerk ............................ 600.00 22. 3. Salary of Treasurer .................................. 1,200.00 24. 4. Salary of Mayor's Fee ................................ 2,000.00 25. 5. Salary of City Attorney ................................ 600.00 26. 7. Salary of Councilmen or Commissioners ................ 960.00 27. 8. Salaries of Assistants and Clerks ...................... 400.00 28. 9. Salaries of Chief and ...... Police .................. 26,500.00 29. 10. New Eqiupment Police Departmextt .................... 3,600.00 30. 11. General Expends Police Department .................. 3,000.00 31. 12. Policemen's Pension Fund ............................ 2,750.00 13. Salaries and Expenses Feeding Prisoners ................ 900.00 15. New Fire Equipment ................................ 1,500.00 16. General Expenses Fire Department .................... 1,500.09 17. Jefferson County Communication System .............. 3,000.00 18. Salaries Health Commissioner and Employees ............ 50.00 ]9. New Equipment Health Department ...................... 25.00 20. General Expenses Health Department .................. 150.00 21. Salaries, Crematory and Garbage Employees ........ 10,800.00 22. New Equipment Crematory and Garbage Department .. 1,000.00 23. General Expenses Crematory and Garbage Department 3,600.00 24. Janitors' Salaries and Supplies .......................... 100.00 25.Repairs to City Buildings and Jail ...................... 2,000.00 26. Furniture, Fixtures and Office Machines ................ 300.00 27. Stationery, Office Supplies and Equipment .............. 300.00 28. Postage ............................................... 100.00 29. Water-Fire Protection, Streets and Sewers .............. 1,500.00 30. Water-City Building and Other Purposes ................ 60.00 31. Light for Street Lighting ............................ 5,000.00 32. Light-City Building, Traffic Lights, Etc ................. 500.00 33. Repairs, Street and Traffic Lights ,,,. ,, ................... 600.00 34. Fuel-Heating City Building ............................ 300.00 35. Telephone and Telegraph (All Departments) .............. 40.00 37. Legal Publications ...................................... 300.00 38. Insurance on City Building and Property .............. 1,700.00 39. Premiums on Policemen's and Official Bonds ............ 250.00 40. Election Expenses ...................................... 150.00 41. Attorney's Fees, Court Cost and Damages ................ 200.00 42. Salaries, Engineering Department., .................... 650.00 43. General Expense, Engineering Department ................ 50.00 44. Salaries and Wages all Street Employees .............. 7,000.00 45. New Equipment Street Department .................... 4,000.00 46. Materials, Supplies and Expenses, Street Department .... 3,439.00 48. Construction of New Streets, Sidewalks and Sewers ........ 200.00 49. Workmen's Compensation Premiums .................... 450.00 50. Audit by Tax Commissioner ............................ 400.00 52. Parking Meters, Salaries, Supplies and Expenses ........ 900.00 53. Parks and Playgrounds, Salaries, Supplies and Expenses .... 1.00 55. Traveling and Car Expenses of City Officials .............. 200.00 .56. Parking I t, Salaries, Supplies and Expenses .......... 1,500.00 60. Social Security ......................................... 900.00 60A. Public Employees Retirement ......................... 1,000.00 61. Contingent Expev_ses (Mandatory Orflyy .................. 400.00 A--Total Current Expenses . ............. $98,875.00 B--- Amount of unpaid obligations to be paid from current levy Total estimated disbursements (A-B) .. ............ 98,875.00 Less estimated receipts ............... $71,990.00 Net amount to be raised by levy ....... 26,885.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS ............................ $98,875.00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Personal Property ...................... $1,530,340.00 12,5 c Public Utility Property .......... ., ....... 37,000.00 12.5c Total Class No. I ...................... 1,567,340.00 Number II Real Estate .............................. 1,847,000.0025 c Number IV Real Estate .............................. 2,077,050.0050 c Personal Property ........................ 1,771,620.0050 c Public Utility Property ...................... 496,000.00 50 c Total Class No. IV ...................... 4,344,670.0050 c TOTAL VALUATION .............. $7,759,010.00 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, MUNICIPALITY OF CHARLES TOWN, TO-WIT: March 31.2-t. I, C. F. Printz, Recerdh g Officer of sai dmunicipality, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and entered by the council of said municipality on the 21st. day of March, 1966. Given under my hand this 21st day of March, 1966. C. F. PRINTZ, March 31-2t- Clerk State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson to-wit: At a Regular session of the County Court of Jefferson County, held on the 24th day of March, 1966, Present James W. Milton, President, protein, and Charles W. Whittiv n, George R. Crim and Edward E. Henkle, Commissio er In accordance with Section 10, Article 8, Chapter 11, of the West Virginia Code as Amended, the Court 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 estimate the several amounts to be as follows: Assistants and Employees ............................ 12,950.00 7. Expense serving Processes and Making Arrests ....... 1,000.00 8. Prosecuting Attorney .............................. 5,000.00 9. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and Employees ...... 2,800.00 1O. Assessor ........................................... 4,800.00 11. Deputy Assessors, 8 in Number, Assistants and Employees ............................ 15,750.00 llA. Assessor's Mileage ................................. 500.00 liB. Assessor's Agricultural Report ...................... 480.00 County Commissioners ............................... 7,000.00 County Agricultural Agents ....... in Number ........ 3,320.00 County Health Unit ................................ 12,294.00 Audits by Tax Commissioner ........................ 2,000.00 Expense of Circuit and Intermediate Courts .......... 4,000.00 Expense of Justices' Courts .......................... 350.00 Jail Expense ....................................... 8,000.00 Feeding Prisoners .................................. 3,500.00 Court House Expense ............................... 7,000.00 Janitor Court House, 2 in Number .................. 5,760.00 Furniture and Fixtures ............................. 4,000.00 Repairs ........................................... 1,000.00 Water, Light, Fuel and Ice ......................... 6,500.00 Record Books ...................................... 3,500.00 32. Stationery and Office Supplies ...................... 2,500.00 33. Rents .............................................. 150.00 33A. Rents, Utilities and Administrative Costs Department of Welfare .... . ......................... 3,000.00 34. Postage ........................................... 1,200.00 35. Freight and Drayage ................................ 75.00 36. Advertising ....................................... 2,500.00 37. Insurance .......................................... 2,000.00 38. Premiums on Official Bonds .... .................... 1,500.00 39. Telephones and Telegraphs ............. ............. 1,200.00 41. Expenses--General Election ........................ 8,000.00 42. General Relief Fund ................................ 7,897.00 43. County Infirmary ................................... 1,000.00 44. Lunacy ............................................ 400.00 45. Inquests ........................................... 500.00 46. Transportation and Support of Inmates: Penal and Other Institutions ......................... 8,000.00 47A. Vital Statistics ..................................... 600.00 49. 4-H Camps (contributions) .......................... 500.00 49A. Fire Departments contributions) .................. 12,000.00 50. Social Security ..................................... 4,250.00 50A. Public Employees Retirement ...................... 6,000.00 51. Contingencies (Mandatory Only) .................... 8,000.00 52. County Agent-Office Budget and Expenses .......... 1,000.00 53. 4-H County Extension Agent ........................ 400.00 54. Garbage Disposal .................................. 6,000.00 55. Civil Defense ...................................... 1,200.00 A--Total Current Expenses .......................... $227,286.00 Estimated Outstanding Obligations: Orders .................................. $2,000.00 Estimated total amount outstanding June 30, 1966 ........................... $2,000.00 B---Amount of above obligations proposed to be paid from Current Levy .............................. 2,000.00 Total estimated disbursements A--B) ............... 229,286.00 Less estimated receipts ................ $ 60,150.00 Net amount to be raised by levy ........ $169,136.00 Total Receipts ................................ ...$229,286.00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Personal Property ................ $ 4,699,210.00 13 c Public Utility Property ............ 124,500.00 13 c Total Class No. I ............... 4,823,810.00 Number II Real Estate ....................... Number HI Real Estate ....................... Personal Property ................ Public Utility Property ........... Total Class No. III .............. Number IV Real Estate ...................... Personal Property ................ Public Utility Property ............ Total Class No. IV .............. TOTAL VALUATION ... STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA COUNTY OF JEFFERSON to-wit: 16,663,685.00 26 e 7,207.000.00 52 c 4,858,770.00 52 c 4,994,300.00 52 c 17,000,070.00 3,912.930.00 52 c 3,434.325.00 52 c 985.300.00 52 e 8.332.555.00 ...... $46,880,120.00 I, Emily A. M. Stanley, Clerk of the County Court of said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and entered by said court on the 24 day of March 1966. Given under my hand this 24 day of March, 1966. EMILY A. M. STANLEY, Clerk March 31-2t- County Court Jefferson County STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, MUNICIPALITY OF HARPERS FERRY, W. VA., To-Wit: At a Special session of the council of the municipalRy of Harpen Ferry, W. Va. held in the council chambers thereof, in the Municipal building on the 21st day of March, 1966, there were present Temple G. Wheeler, Mayor; William F. Ramey, Jr., Recording Officer, and Jack Cameron, Edward Smallwood, W. M. Garrison, W. J. Moler, Walter Jenkins, members of the council of said municipality. In aocordance with Section 14, Article 8, Chapter 11, of the West Virginia Code as Amended, the Council proceeded to make an esti- mate of the amounts necessary to be raised by levy of taxes for the current fiscal year, and cloth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: CURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES Estimate Form No. 1 ESTIMATE (1) The amount due and the amount that will become due and! collectible from every source during the fiscal year, EXCEPT FROM THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the year. 31. Light for Light g .........................1020.00 ht-..aty Su d , ght,, Zte .... ":'.. : 25.00 Furl--Heating City Building. : ....... " ........ 200.00 35. Telephone and Telegraph (All Departments) .......... 25.00 37. Legal Publications ................................... 100.00 38. Insurance on City Building and Property .............. 200.00 39. Premiums on Policemen'-s and Official Bonds .......... 60.00 41. Attorneys' Fees, Court Costs and Damages ............. 200.00 46. Materials, Supplies and Expenses, Street Department 1,118.00 47. Maintenance of Sewers, Salaries and Supplies ......... 400.00 50. Audit by Tax Commissioner .......................... 360.00 55. Traveling and Car Expenses of City Officials .......... 100.00 60. Social Security .......... ............................ 200.00 A--Total Current Expenses ............................ $5,548.00 Estimated Former Year's Obligations: Orders Outstanding ........................... $6.00 B---Amount of unpaid obligations to be paid from current levy ............................ 600.00 Total estimated disbursements (A--B) .............. $6,148.00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Personal Property ...................... $ 3,500.0012.5 c Public Utility Property .................. 39,300.00 12.5 c Total Class No. I ...................... 42,800.00 Number II Real Estate ............................. 244,900.00 25 c Number IV Real Estate .............................. 138,400.00 50 c Personal Property ....................... 103,835.00 50 c Public Utility Property .................. 129,000.00 50 c Total Class No. IV .................... 371,235.00 TOTAL VALUATION .............. $658,935.00 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, MUNICIPALITY OF HARPERS FERRY, W. VA., TO-WIT: ,WiUiam F. Ramey, Jr., Recording Officer of said municipality, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record of orders made and entered by the council of said municipality on the 21 day of March, 1966. Given under my hand this 21 day of March, 1966. WILLIAM F. RAMEY, Jr., March 31.2t. Recorder STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, 'ii COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, I MUNICIPALITY OF BOLIVAR, To-wit: At a Special session of the council of the municipality of Bolivar held in the council chambers thereof, in the Municipal building on the 10 day of' March, 1966, there were present J. R. Dunn, Mayor, Helen N. Katzaman, Recording Officer, and Paul Courtney, Willis Smallwood, Alvin Manuel, John Pope, Mary Lancaster, members of the council of said municipality. In accordance with Section 14, Article 8, Chapter 11, of the West Virginia Code as Amended, the Council proceeded to make an esti- mate of the amounts necessary to be raised by levy of taxes for the current fiscal year, and doth determine and estimate the several amounts to be as follows: CURRENT REGULAR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES Estimate Form No. 1 ESTIMATE (1) The amount due and the amount that will become due and collectible from every source during the fiscal year, EXCEPT FROM THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the year. Balance in Hands of City Treasurer (Estimated) ......... $ 107.00 Balance in Hands of Sheriff (Estimated) ................ 241.00 Police Fines and Costs .......... : ..................... 1,000.00 Permits-'Building, Street, Sewer and Other ............ 35.00 Taxes: Capitation and Dog ..................................... 150.00 Franchise .............................................. 125.00 Licenses: General .................... 300.00 Miscellaneous ............................................. 80.00 Total Estimated Receipts ............................. $2,038.00 ESTIMATED CURRENT EXPENDITURES: 1. Salary of Mayor .. .................................... $ 40.00 2. Salary of Recorder or Clerk ........................... 40.00 11. General Expenses Police Department .................. 100.00 16. General Expenses Fire Department 50.00 20: General Expenses Health Department .................. 75..00 27. Stationery, Office Supplies and Equipment ............. 60.00 28. Postage ............................................... 12.00 29. Water--Fire Protection, Streets and Sewers ............ 420.00 31. Light for Street Lighting ............................. 950.00 32. Light--City Buildings, Traffic, Etc .................... 12.00 35. Telephone and Telegraph (All Departments) .......... 80.00 37. Legal Publications .................................... 80.00 39. Premiums on Policemen's and Official Bonds .......... 80.00 40. Election .................................... 40.00 41. Attorney's Fees, Court Costs and Damages .............. 50.00 46. Materials, Supplies and Expenses, Street Department .... 437.00 50. Audit by Tax Commissioner ........................... 75.00 61. Contingent Expenses (Mandatory Only) ................ 10.00 A--Total Current Expenses ............................. $2,166.00 Estimated Former Year's Obligations: Orders Outstanding ........................ $1,750.00 Unpaid Bills .............................. 1,750.00 Estimated total amount outstanding June 30, 19=- ............................ $1,750.00 B--Amount of unpaid obligations to be paid from current levy .................................... $I,750.00 Total estimated disbursements (A--B) ................ 2,166.00 Less estimated receipts .................... $2,038.00 Net amount to be raised by levy ............ 2215.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS ................................. $4,253.00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Public Utility Property ............... $ 600.00 .12 c Total Class No. I .................. 600.00 Number II Real Estate .......................... 374,050.00 .25 c Regtfl the r STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, accorda COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, da Co( MUNICIPALITY OF BOLIVAR, TO-WIT: of the1 i, Helen V. Katzaman, Recording Officer of said certify that the foregoing are true copies from the record oft. ] made and entered by the council of said municipality on the S( of March, 1966. The a Given under my hand this !0 day of March, 1966. HELEN N. } :Aq ZI March 31-2t- , , H nH'ai Am4b,v Park graduated from Si ........ town High School and Ih/'h..h.M'- Potomac State College a: mnumavm ~,11 ~ herd College. In addition Scholarship Fund' gator School, he will months of training at The Women's Auxiliary of the tinsburg Municipal Charles Town General Hospital (2) The 1 met, Tuesday, March 22, and set Read The Sp[rlt-Adv up plans for a Deserving Child- ren's Fund scholarship. It's pur- pose is to send some deserving GO TO ~ S'-UN'DAU Jefferson County student to school that is interested in gome branch of the medical field. It might be as a nurse, X-ray tech- nician or even a doctor. The student will be given $100 the first year toward this edu- cation. The public is invited to contribute toward this phase of the Auxiliary's work. Memorials RANSON W. VA. or contributions may be sent to the Deserving Children's Fund Thurs. Thru Tues. April Treasurer, Mrs. Thomas Steptoe, 505 South Mildred Street, har-Sean (Agent 007) les Town. National Hospital Week will be May 8-14 .Plans are underway to IN COLOR display a Hospital Career Chart Matinees Sat.. Sun. 2 P. at the county high schools. Discussed were the gift hop; 2 SHOWS DAILY. 7 & 9:25 Round Robin bridge as a fall-Admission For winter project and the district workshop to be held the latter Adults- $1.50 Children part of April. A Cheer and Welfare committ- Wed. Thru Sat. April ee was set up, with Mrs. H. H. Lehman, chairman. Frank Sinatra - Dean The next meeting will be April "Marriage On 26 at the hospital. The RoC} Paul Park Commissioned ,N COLOR _.~ As /he We will s and Rea ~iles W Second Lieutenant in No Kiddie Matinee - Sat., Alr Nationai Guard Twenty-one-year-old Paul E. 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