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l ceipts for the current fiscal year with proper Mlowance for delinq- I ~~--~ + I -':. o " - SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR] R'S ADVOCATE ] tte~t tax~s, ~xo~eratfdns and cofftinge~c~es: ] ] THURSDAY, APR [L 7, B--7 OF WEST VIRGINIA | SCHOOL CURRENT---ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS I ~lh Ill ~n|V h I llMl|lhl|~ la-l|l|l Y OF JEFFERSON, t~wit: ]ADMINISTRATION: I Mrs. Ethel Buz2rd ' Mrs. G. E. Webb ! At a Re 1 "es ion of the Board (if Education of Jeffer on Count ~ Salaries ................................ $ 30,912.00 ~~!:~~~ ~~~-'~ ll~ I m I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~a ~:~, gu, ar~:.'s , . . : s y~ Contracted Services ..................... 1,600.00 / Our community was saddened/ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garten WeO0 $ J~~ ~ Fawn 3N0~ P the regumr meeting place thereoi on the28th dayoI lvlarcn,~ Other Current Expense ..................6,100.00 [on Monday to learn of the death thave returned to their home in ..... dw f ~. resent: L. J. Mci)onald, Presiaent o~ saia ~oara o~ ~oucation,[ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION .............. $ 38,612.00/of our pastor, Rev. C. W. Lloyd, t Bolivar after spending a week at 11qP ~0iTn~*~,,.~,-.~ Q~,~,,4. ~-~u l, owedl H. Hetzel, Leo J. Widmyer and J. Strider Moler, Mere-| IN.~TRUCTION. " ........ [ which was very sudden. Mr. Lloyd ~ the home of their son-in-Iaw and xx~ V ~I[II[~.R,~UWl[ t,~tllll~:;~ ~rs. | ~1o~, /was with us for twenty-nine years, If am|'y, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L,.In accordance with Section 12, Article 8, Chapter il, of the West[ ~Pri'nclpals .............................. $ 141,920.00 ] Se~dmg ~se wUa:~t~lr'l:vri~nd'vand ]Th~mfPeSn'fi~kLand~:l~Vv~rP~ave ~ _.~ _~..____ ~.~, __ ___ |'zrginia Code as amended the Board proceeded to make an esti./ Consultants or Su-ervisors 3490000 |~. ...... z .. ] ....... o IlrlL ~dF~l~n~=~~ te ' ' ' ~" ............... wno Knew ram. He wm ne greauy plamea meir garaens in spite ox ~h of the amounts necessary to be rinsed by a levy of taxes fm'] Teachers ............................... 1,008,850.00 ]missed Our sYmpathy is extend- / the fact that a little snow falls ~ ~ ~~~~ e current fiscal year, and doth determine and estimate the several " - - - ty~' - , | Other Instructmnal Staff ................ 16,300.00 [ ed to h~s wife and chddren. /every few days, ram and h~gh A h. ~" A ~ o --. = ,~a~a0Unts to be as follows: Secretarial and Clerical Assts 20 335 00 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ditlow and winds. We hope the weather will - ~ - - '-"| ..... [ Total Salaries ............. $1,222,305 00 ] family, of Kabletown, were guestslsoon be warmer now tlmt April ~e~il/erm$ & rnces AreKig ! 0 q~ SCHOOL CURRENT--ESTIMATED RECEIPTS ] - " .................................... | o- Sunda- evenin~ at our churchI io here ' Other Current Expense: " . ~ ~ | [(1) The amount due and the amount that will become due andl Textbooks 8,20000 ]service. Mr. D]llow was the i Hospital Patient ~llectible during the current fiscal year EXCEPT FROM THE LEVY| ~h,~ ~,,:~: "~'.'~,'a,)~;,:;,:~'~'~'~.:~'/ ~n 200"00 ] speaker. Lem Twyman, older Colore~l TPII- Kin-Lock .... , ............................................... Mr " ~e ~ i" - t-r e ........ ell ................... ~'~ "/AXES to be made for the year | Teachin- Sur~lies 11 00000 | s. ~stn r ~p uer aria n e t resment ot tsonvar, anu w ,d~~ Amount Due from Sheriff (Estimated Checks | ~--~ ~.s ~'~ ...................... /^^/^^ | children, of Baltimore, Md., were I known for his gardening ability ==L == -- ~.m ~. m- ~ ~ == mm ~ ~=~ ~ .~ ........ .... | ~mer ~xpenses ........................ ~,v~.wiweekend guests of her mother, land outside work, is a patient ha ~'~l ~U~'~~ ~l~p~ T~autstanmng and lJaiance, june 30, 1966) ............ $ 93,587.00| Total Other Current Expenses ..................... $ 45,400.00| Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and son Mr. I King's Daughter's Hospftal, in ~ ~~V |~ ~ ~ ~ |~ ~ ~ation and Appropriations lteceived | TOTAL INSTRUCTION .......................... $1,267,705.00~Spitler spent the weekend" with lMartinsburg where he is under~ ;~ (Other than net tax collections) .................... 3,000.00] ATTENDANCE SERVICES: i relatives in Martinsburg / the care of Dr. Haltom, well . ~Other Revenue from Local Sources ................... 1, 0o.0o|Salaries .............................. $ 4,135.00 | Mrs. Elsie Cook and son, Ted-tknown doctor there for many T ~,,A~,~, A~,A ~'^,,~. ~$tate Funds .............................. 1 001 834.00| Other Expense ' " 7(}(} 00 I dy, and daughter, Marie, were / years. The patient s mother is x.~tux~ z-~u ~,~ "~ ~ederal Funds Received Through State .............. 13,000.00| TOTAL ATTENDANCE sERvIcEs ".'.'. .......... '...$ 4,835.00| guests on Sundayafternoon of i!iving" and has passed her 101stg~ ......"~'W~, I.~a,~:14.,,~, llT--l,h,w, ~1+ lieven,,o frnm F~floral Rnureo*~ 62 ~!--~-~,~,--c~n,r,~. | ner son ana (mugmer-ln-iaw, Mr. ! mrmaay. ~.~lu~n~ lUl~lll~ ll~ZlUle~l[~ VV ~lUt~nt ~'~- ....................................................................... an" Mr "~o 1 ~ k - ""r' .... ic~o TM "1-'- "| Clearin~ Accounl .... ~.~ .~# ........... ! ct s. ~ ug as ~oo anu m lurs. ~ n is ~ e~ i-" . .~ ...................... ~o,o~v ~1t~ontracte~a ~ervmes . a ~'~a (m | a " " " ..................... nd Mrs. Merriman m Brunswmk, Mrs Lewis W. Nmhols has been IE ill ff JIE qllmA II mm Enn dlnu) __Total Estimated Receipts ......................... $1,269,451.00| TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES ...................... $ 4,575.00| Md i indisposed at her home on Camp W~t.. :~1~11 ~I~ \ "eepsake" DIAMOND RINGS l very Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed :':+ : erfect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and i ruee se modern cut are found in only one diamond in 11 Keep e diamonds are protected against loss : Om the setting for one year. Each ring carries a life- t, e trade-in privilege, plus permanent registration . . . i a1 this is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsake. COMPLETE SETS FROM: Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are i YOt r AuthoriZed Keepsake Dealer. 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET 725-7411 --- CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. n TOTAL CLEARING ACCOUNTS .................. $ 93,390.00 SCHOOL CURRENT EXPENSES---RECAPITULATION I. Administration ........................ $ 38,612.00 2. Instruction ........................... 1,267,705.00 3. Attendance Services ................... 4,835.00 4. Health Services ........................ 4,575.00 5. Pupil Transportation Services .......... 110,360.00 ~. operaion of Plant ................... 101,480.00 7. Maintenance of Plant .................. 69,200.00 8. Fixed Charges ........................ 80,300.00 9. Food Services ......................... 200.00 10. Community Services .................. 37,140.00 11. Capital Outlay ......................... 10,607.00 12. Outgoing Transfer Accounts ............ 300.00 14. Total School Current Expenditures .............. $1,725,314.00 15. Plus Clearing Accounts ................ 93,390.00 17. Total Olearing ~ Transfers ........................ $ 93,390.00 18. Estimated Outstanding Obligatiions June 30, 1966: 19. Former Years Orders .................. $ 60,000.00 22. Amount of Above Obligations to be Paid from Current Levy .......................... $ 60,000.00 23. Total Estimated Disbursements Lines 14, 17 and 22 $1.878.704.00 24. Estimated Receipts ................................ 1,269,451.00" 25. Net Anmunt to be P~ised by a Levy of Taxes ........ 609.253.00 26. Total Lines 24 and 25 (Must agree with line 23) .... $1,878,704.00 SCHOOL CURRENT---EXPENDITURES ESTIMATE Assessed CLASS NUMBER I Valuation Personal Property ................ $ 4,699,210.00 Public Uti~lity Property .............. 124,600.00 Total Class No. I ................. 4,823,810.00 CLASS NUMBER II Real Estate ........................ $16,~3,685.00 CLASS NUMBER III Real Estate ........................ $ 7,207,000.00 Personal Property ................. 4,858,770.00 Public Utility Property ............ 4,994,300.00 Total Class No. III ............... 17,060,070.00 CLASS NUMBER IV ReM Estate ........................ $ 3,912,930.00 Personal Property .................. 3,434,325.00 Public Utility Property ............ 985;300.00 Total Class No. IV ................ 8,332,555.00 TOTAL VALUATION ............ $46,880,120.00 Rate of Le~T Proposed 45.9 e 91.8 e 183.6 e 183.6 c (tIE~E FOLLOW WITH ALL OTRER LEVY ORDERS ~[NCLUDING INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS AND PERMANENT IMPROVE. MENTS) TOTAL CLASS I ...................$ 4,823,810.00 4.4 c TOTAL CLASS II ................. 16,663,685:00 8.8 c TOTAL CLASS III .................17,060,070.00 17.6 c ~OTAL CLASS IV ................... 8,332,255.00 17,6 c TOTAL LEVY ................... $46,880,120.00 STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, TO-WIT: I, T. A. Lowery Secretary of the Board of Education of said county do hereby deVtify that the foregoing are ~rue copies from the record of orders made and entered by said board on the 2~th day of March, 1966. Given under my haaad this 28th day of March, 1966. T. A. LOWERY, Secrctary Bbar{l of E tud tiSn, J fferson County Miss Margaret Houser There will be Sunrise services Easter Sunday at 6 o'clock at the Methodist Church. Sunday School at 10 a.m.; preaching service at 11:20 a.m. Services will be conducted at Zion Presbyterian Church Easter Sunday, April 10, at 10 a.m., by the Rev. John W. Link. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and Susie Mills motored to Morgan- town over the weekend and visit- ~ed Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hetzel and Donald Hetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter, of Jefferson Ter- race, Charles Town, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Landon and son. The Adult Class of the Metho- dist Church held its meetings on Friday night at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser and Vicki. Mrs. G. W. Emmart, of Wash- ington, D. C., is visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Powell and children, of Leesburg, Va., were Saturday evening guests of her mother, Mrs. Louise Bast. Miss Edna Harding ~and Mrs. Barbara Taylor and daughter wei-e Friday guests of Mrs. )~nnie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ~oudan of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Londan and children, knoxville, Md., and Mr. Walter Moore, of Sharpsburg, were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Harding and Mrs. Annie Low- dan. MY. and ~Irs. Frank Stfflwell and family and Mrs. Lena Still- well, of Martinsburg, were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and son and Mrs. Florence Run|on. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bronson and daughters, of Martinsburg, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holler and family. Traci Welsh who was on the sick list was able to return to school on Monday. The Brownies, Juniors and Cad- ettes sold 876 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. Mrs. Raymond Biller was the cookie captain. The scouts wish to express their thanks to all those buying cookies and to' Mrs. Billet for her help. Cadett Troop No. 427 went bowl ing, Saturday evening, April 2nd in Brunswick, Md. MELVIN E. THACHER PHONE 777.4130 Sale conducted by: NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Lunch served by the Ladies of Faith Chapel Church. April 7-11,- +: / / Satetv Items like trent and rear seat bott~ are standard on every '~6 Pontiac. It looks so expensive that a tot of people don't realize it'S priced right down there within reach of most tow price buyers, Which sort of makes you wonder why you should buy a low-Priced Carwhen you can buy a high-~ricel car for th~ same money. A Pontiac Catali~;a. Wide -Track Pontiac Catalina (A big, powerful Pontiac for less than $~0~) Itn~ sure, tee ~311~I+ {ielivor~ ~n(t hAn~l|ing Charge. Tran~Von~t~lon ch~t~cs, Mete ~d t~ce, t l'~.e#, tt~e,J~or~0~, a~ o~tlo