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W i ! "i ii COUNTY COURT LEVY ESTIMATE State of West Virginia, County of Jefferson to-wit: At a regular session of the County Court of Jefferson County, held ot the 27th day of March, 1972, Present Shirley M. Hunt. President, ami Henry M. Snyder, Jr. and Edward E. Henkle, Commissioners. 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: GENERAL COUNTY PURPOSES ESTIMATE Estimate Form No. 1 STIMATED RECEIPTS: The amount due, and the amount that will become due and collect- fie from every source during the current fiscal year, EXCEPT geM THE LEVY OF TAXES to be made for the current year upon ae county as a whole and upon any district of the county for which ae levies are laid by the County Court. alance Due Fund From Sheriff (Estimated) .......... $ 45,000.00 elinquent Taxes, Redemptions and Sales .............. 2,000.00 arnings, Sheriff ...................................... 100.00 arnings, Clerk County Court ........................ 10,000.00 ,arnings, Clerk Circuit Court .......................... 2,000.00 Iarnings, Prosecuting Attorney ....................... 50.00 mperty Transfer Tax ................................ 7,000.00 liscellaneous Receipts ............................... 25,000.00 ,mergency Employment Act-Grant .................... 100,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts ............................ $191,150.00 :STIMATED CURRENT EXPENSES: 1, Clerk of the County Court ........................ $ 5,750.00 County Clerk-Index System ....................... 8,000.00 2. Deputy Clerks County Court, 2 in Number, Assistants and Employees ........................ 20,100.00  . Clerk of the Circuit Court ........................ 5,550.00 Deputy Clerks Circuit, 2 in Number, 3. Assistants and Employees ........................ 10,100.00 o Record Book-Index System ........................ 5,000.00 . Sheriff and Treasurer ............................ 7,500.00 Deputy Sheriffs-Law Enforcement Division ........ 21,500.00 6. Deputy Sheriffs, 2 in Number, Assistants and Employees : ........................ 25,250.00 Cook at Jail ...................................... 2,600.00 7. Expense serving Processes and Making Arrests .... 1,000.00 8. Prosecuting Attorney ..... ...................... 9,300.00 9. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and Employees .... 4,400.00 Prosecuting Attorney-Office Budget ........ ....... 1,000.00 10. Assessor ......................................... 7,300.00 11. Deputy Assessorsr----in Number, Assistants and Employees ........................ 29,000.00 llA. Assessor&apos;s Mileage ............................... 1,000.00 Assessor's Cap. Supplement ....................... 950.00 llB. Assessor's Agricultural Report ................... 560.00 12. County Commissioners (5 Members) .............. 16,000.00 13. County Surveyor ................................. 1,000.00 County Agent's Mileage .......................... 2,100.00 14. County Agricultural Agents, in Number ........ 5,600.00 County Agricultural Agents-Office Budget ........ 1,200.00 15. County Health Unit .............................. 2427.00 Audits by Tax Commissioner ..................... 2,500.00 16. Law Enforcement Division-Supplies 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. and Equipment) .................................. Workmen's Compensation ........................ Expense of Circuit and Intermediate Courts ....... Committee on Aging ........... "...... ........... Jefferson County Housing Authority .............. Expense of Justices' Courts ...................... Shepherdstown Library ........................... Jail Expense .................................... Feeding Prisoners ................................ Court House Expense ............................. 10,000.00 Building Maintenance Salaries Court House and County Building ............................. Furniture and Fixtures .......................... Repairs .......................................... Water, Light, Fuel and Ice ....................... Record Books and Repairs ........................ Stationery and Office Supplies .................... Medical Insurance (Officials & Employees) ........ Postage .......................................... 5,000.00 4,000.00 H0OO.00 600.00 2,000.00 350.00 1,000.00 8,000.00 6,000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 10,000.00 7,000.OO 4,000.00 4,000.00 8,000.00 2,000.00 Ward L. Zigler Re-Elected Head Capitol Milk C0-0p Ward L. Zigler, of Rotrte 1, Charles Town, was re-elected pre sident and director of the Capitol Milk Producers Cooperative, at the annual meeting of the associat ion held Wednesday night, March 22, at the Turf Valley Country Club in Frederick, Md. Other officers and directors named were: Glenn E. Eaves, vice president; Floyd C. Wickham, of Jefferson Md. and Richard C. Dud derar, of RFD 2, Union Bridge, Md. new directors. Other highlights of the meet- ing was the annual financial re- port of the organization for the year of 1971 and the presentation of service awards. Mile R. Cline, was presented a 25-year award and Merhle C. Flook, Charles Fox, Harry Trout, Jr., and Charles H. and Joshua Zimmerman, 20 years awards. William R. Kisner, vice-presi- dent and general manager, report- ed to the group that for a year clouded with much economic un- certaintly in it's beginning, 1971 was a record year both in sales and earnings for Capitol. He said sales were up by 7.6 percent to a record of $42.9 million and the net operating margin was $1.2 rail lion up 34.5 percent over 1970. Zigler reported to the group 044.o@-:,ooo.::-:.,.%0o.x.1 MECHANICSTOWN MRS. JULIA W. VIANDS :-@.'.,OO.'aO (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus and children, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mil- ton all of Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Milton and sons of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs: Floyd Milton and son of Millville, and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Magaha of Middleway were Easter visitors with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Milton. Easter Visitors Easter visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John Rissler were their children, Miss Caroline Rissler from Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. John hie Rissler and Mr. and Mrs. Ron nie Rissler, Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Hitt of Ridgeley, W. Va. and they all visited with Mrs. Rissler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones near Charles Town. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Jose- phine Johnston and daughters Joyce and Bonnie were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas and son all of Shenandoah Junction and Mr. Milton Popkins of Kable- town. Messrs Eugene and Frank Lan- caster were Easter dinner guests with their brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small- wood in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and sons Terry and Chuckle of Baltimore spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and daughters Donna and Tammie spent Easter with his "GOOD NEWS FOR MODERN MAN" SERMON HALLTOWN ELK BRANCH CHURCHES "Good News For Modern Man," will be the sermon Sunday, Aprl 16, at,the Elk Branch and Hall- town Presbyterian Churches, it was announced by the Rev. Fred A. Smith, pastor. The Worship service will be that the cooperative which owns held at 9:30 a. m. at the Halltown and operates the High's Dairy Church, with Sunday School at Stores in Washington and Fred- 10:30. erick areas, one also located in At the Elk Branch church Sun- Ranson; has created a satellite cer day School will be at 10 a. m. and poration known as Cube Ice Inc., to produce the package ice re- t the Worship service at 11. quirements of Capitol Milk and l it's retail stores. Zigler also re- I ported that the Federal Milk Order under which Capitol oper- ates has approved the establish- ment of a 5 cents per cwt deduct- ion from milk checks for the pur. pose of research, development, marketing and sales promotions. He said the total available from producers in the Washington-Bal- timore-Philadelphia area, would amount to about $2-million. The agency holding the pool funds, he said is a producer committee of 19, headed by Lindy Beall of Clarksburg. In his report Kiser told the group that the long-term debit had been reduced and improve- ments had been made to both the Frederick and Laurel plants with financing entirely from the opera tions. He said 1971 was the first year in five that the retail stores had not been beset with problems of fires, riots, organizational chan- ges and major construction at plant locations and the re-location moves of employes. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hiatt of Alb ion, Indiana, visited Mrs. Miatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh David son in Wednesday. They had been visiting Mrs. Hiatts brother and sister in law, Commander and Mrs. Charles Davidson in Pienta Gordon, Fla. Mrs. William Honk, Mrs. Elmer Wright and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of the Halltown Church and Rev. and Mrs. Fred Smith, Mrs. Mary Saum, and Miss Jane Jones of the Elk Branch Church all visit- ed with the patients at the Jeff- ersonian Nursing home on Wed- nesday. Mrs. Bernard Ott was a Thurs- day dinner guest of her son in law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and son Jeffrey of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Anders and sons Scott and Tim- othy, left Friday morning to spend the Easter holidays with Mrs, Anders sister.,and brother in law, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Men- nior Sr. families in Fenelton, Pa. and Chicora, Pa. Mrs. Edwin Clevenger, Mrs. Wil liam Honk, Mrs. Bernard Ott, and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray of Halltown Rev. and Mrs. Fred Smith of Shenandoah Junction were Tues day luncheon guests of Mrs. Elm- er Wright in Ranson and in the afternoon the ladies sewed for the White Cross which will go to the Congo. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. William Honk Sr. and Miss Dorothy Bowers, was Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers of Martins- t burg, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and sons Michael and Mark of Charles Town. Mrs. Henry McKee and children "Karla Kay and Henry of Middle. 35. Freight and Drayage .............................. 36. Advertising ...................................... 37. Insurance ........................................ 38. Premiums on Official Bonds ...................... 39. Telephones and Telegraphs ....................... 40. Upper Potomac District .......................... 41. Expenses---General Election ...................... 42. Emergency Employment Act (Work Program) ..... 43. County Infirmary and Farm ...................... 44. Lunacy .......................................... 45. Inquests ......................................... 46. Transportation and Support of Inmates; Penal and Other Institutions ............................ 46A. Local Mental Health Program ..................... parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 'l way, and Mrs. Wayne McAboy and 75.00 Spearer in Berkeley Springs.  son Jeffrey of Dargon, Md. were 3,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown: Sunday supper guetss of Mr. and 2,000.00  and daughters, Cherye, Dee Dee, Mrs. Marshall McAboy. 1,500.00 and Melody were dinner guests 2,500.00 on Easter Sunday with her grand 1,100.00 father, Mr. Leonard Fritts in 15,000.00 Charles Town where the family 100,OO0.00 were all present. 1 Mr. Thomas Henry of Summit 'av'v Point was a caller with Mr. Lewis =' Rissler. Lewis new home is al- u.w most completed near the Kable. town road. 3,000.00 Mrs. Viands Birthday 7,000.00 Mrs. Harry Shirley of Middle- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Gray, and Mrs. Irving Gray of Ranson spent Saturday evening with her mot- i her, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gray was Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grimes and son Jimmy of Charles Town. and visitors were, Mrs. Randy Crites and daughters, Toni and Wendy and Mr. Irving Gray all of Ran- son. Local Mental Health Program-Group Therapy ...... 2,000.00 way gave her mother a birthday 47. County Planning ................................. 10,000.00 dinner on April the first at Mr. 47A. Vital Statistics ................................... 600.00 and Mrs. Thurman Shirley's rest 48. Civilian Defense ................................. 2,400.00 urant on the Middleway Pike. 50000' Easter callers with Mrs. Julia Jefferson County Youth Center ................... a wm' Viands were Mrs. Helen Hedges 48A. Parks and Recreation Commission ................. =,,, w and my little grandson Gregory 49. 4-H Camps (contributions) ........................ 500.00 Viands of Golden Beach Md. Mrs. 49A. Fire Departments (Contributions) ................ 30,000.00 Harry Shirley and daughters Deb 50. Social Security ......... , ......................... 9,000.00 bie and Judy, Donald and Rusty 50A. Public Employees Retirement ..................... 17,000.00 Miss Karen Wolfe all of Middle- 50B. Dues to Associations (Code 7.5-17) ................. 100.00 way, Mr. Breeden of Summit 51. Contingencies (Mandatory Only) ................. 15,041.00 Point, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles 52. Animal Welfare League .......................... 100.00 and daughters Sherry, Mary and 53. Janitor Service & Lights-State Police .............. 780.00 Ronald Jr. of the Rippen Road. 36 003 nn[ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and Garbage Disposal .................................... l children and sister, Mrs. Mary 54. Eastern Panhandle Training Center ,,. , [Chapman of the Bloomery spent for Handicapped & Retarded ...................... ,.w ! Easter Sunday with Ronald's A--Total Current Expenses .......................... $575,133.00 Estimated Outstanding Obligations: Orders .............................. $ 2,000,00 Estimated total amount outstanding June 30, 19-- ........................ $ 2,000.OO B---Amount of above obligations proposed to be pid from Current Levy .................... 2.000.00 Total estimated disbursements (A-B) ............ 577,133.00 Less estimated receipts .............. $191,150.00 Net amount to be raised by levy ...... 385,983.00 Total Receipts ................................ $577,133.00 CLASS Assessed Rate of Levy Number I Valuation Proposed Personal Property .................. $ 6,491,940.00 14.3 c Public Utility Property .............. 183,600.00 14.3 c Total Class No. I .................. 6,675,540.00 Number II Real Estate ......................... 32,036,600.00 28.6 c Number III Real Estate ........................ 15,715,500.00 573, e Personal Property .................. 11,440,680.00 57.2 c Public Utility Property .............. 9,247,300.00 57.2 e ,Total Class No. HI ................ 36,403,480.00 Number IV Real Estate ......................... 7,246,720,00 57.2 c Personal Property .................. 6,325,370.00 57,2 c Public Utility Property .............. 1,903,600.00 57.2 c Total Class IV .................... 15,475,690.00 TOTAL VALUATION ........... H)0,591,310.00 mother, Mrs. Wiles at Loudoun Heights, Va. Mrs. Helen Hedges and nephew Gregory Viands spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands near Ranson. They also visited her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Aits at Rippon. HALLTOWN MRS. BERNARD OTY - _ _ _ --_- - . Mr. and Mrs. William Carlisle and Mrs. Mabel Brown of near Berryville, Va., spent last Sunday afternoon with their cousin, Mrs. Nathaniel Gray. ATTEND CHURCH I Notice Ot Annual Meetingl The annual meeting of the Members of the Jefferson County Memorial Park Corp., Inc., of Charles Town, West Virginia, will be held at the Charles Town Civic Center on Thursday, April 20, 1972, at eight o'clock P. M. to receive the report of the of. ricers of the Corporation; the transaction of such other business that may be proper before the meeting and the nomination and election of a Board of Directors for the ensuing year. If you are unable to be present kindly execute the attached proxy in full and mail to: C. F. Rein. inger, Box $29, Charles Town, W. Va. 25414. Section 3 of the By-Laws pro- rides that no person shall be en- titled to vote in excess of five proxies. CHARLOTTE GANO, Secretary Mar. 30-3t- i - | STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF JEFFERSON to-wit: I, John E. Ott, 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 27th day of March, 1972. Given under my hand this 27th day of March, 1972. JOHN E. OTT, Clerk County Court Jefferson County April 13-2t- HARPERS FERRY BOLIVAR MRS. REID GERONIMO (FROM LAST WEEK) Mrs. Mabel Lanckton returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Lewis in Harpers Ferry after being a patient in a nursing home near Frederick, Md. Mrs. Joyce Stottlemyer and two daughters spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster and family. Mrs. t Mary Kay Lancaster is visiting SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S her sister in Rockville, Md. this THURSDAY APRIL 13 1972 week. $220 For Red Cross The annual Red Cross Drive in were played followed by an egg ing will be held as Bolivar was completed last week hunt. Everyone had a wonderful day night at the amWas most successful. Total time. Susan received many love- Methodist Church at nt collected was $220.35. ly and useful gifts. Refreshments The speaker for the Miss Beatrice Miskimon would of potato chips, cake ice cream, be the Rev. Alfred like to thank every one who as- peanuts, ice cream, punch and Easter Sunday sisted her in this most worthy mints. Thelma B. Cornell cause. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer Mr. J. C. Ballenger Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Garten and and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Garten Nancy Marcum and Mr. Robert Spencer recently went were dinner guests of Mr. and Cheryl, Linda, and to bring back Mrs. Sarah Spencer Mrs. Eddie Garten and daughter Leesburg, Va. and who has been visiting her par- Pam on Easter Sunday. Donald E. Walker ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cupit. Bake Sale, April 15 Donna and Beverly of Miss Pare spent the weekend There will be a bake sale spon with her grand parents, Mr. and sored by the Boy Scout Troop 68 J0h Y0 0 Mrs. C. E. Garten. at the Friendship Fire Hall on Her 9th. Birthday Saturday, April 15th beginning Preddent Susan Dmnne Menefee, daugh- at 9 A. M. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Men- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes efee celebrated her 9th birthday of Woodbridge, Va. and Mr. and [tHfi0  with a party at the home of her Mrs. Oscar McCormick of Alex- rlsw -- parents with a number of her andria, Va. spent the weekend An election of friends present to help celebrate with Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Jefferson County those present were as follows;Holmes. Laurie Meadows, Jayne Caniford, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Robinson American Association Persons was held at Sheryl Thacher, Kathy Lemon, spent the Easter weekend with Center in Charles Karen Fridley, Tammy Gray, Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. [April 3. Kathy Harding, Aleatha Dennison Clara Dell in Mill Creek, Pa. Elected for the I and also Holly and Matthew Prayer Meeting Smith of Alexandria, Va. Games The Prayer and Sharing meet- beginning May 1, Yarbrough, -:-:-:-:-:-:-:-: -:,.'-:.4-.-:-:-:-:-:, Riecks, Vice B. Stuck, Treasurer: Lewis, Secretary. oa'd ANSWERS ANSWERS ANSWEI orsFAected to the Bwere: S. Mrs. S. D. MeadoWS, 15 ANSWERS A00SWEES ANSWEI Perry, Mrs. Llewelyn Holmes II, Christopher J. Cart, ,- :- - :::: son. AtlSWEI A cassette recording' [ Maturity" was ident S. Brooke i S Membership dues chaper are over-due paid to W. B. Stuck .S Blackford. : The Annual Dinner! Presentation will be Village House April S  Tickets may be B. Stuck, John C. S. Brooke Blackford. A IN THE -- Ikkllm, ml :: sims 4:1 !-16 "Is there a - house?" asked ..... i NgWA clergyman j:i:ji!i!ii n addino machine hrfo;m:onaCmCUralrelcYofrlr:;iff uled to give the nsers will vYary accor'ing,; J S ANS ;f:26PeieGdd?ardUersm:/?r. nderstandlnOand /El S i.l# The Churchhasaceurateanswersformodernprob- /El AN ,ems. Let it help you find correct solutions. Pw, Althouse prayer and get derway.. Cop) right 1972 Kei,tet Ad ertlsing Service, Inc, Strasburg, Virginia T;riplu selected by ,"he American Bible $0<iety , It didn't seem Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday t Master of I.q[ff'-lf Isaiah Luke Luke John John John John 1 would be just as L .40:25-31 20:27-38 23:39-45 8:51-59 11:21-27 11:38-44 12:20-26 1 have the prayer @+,_+.i+-)+i:_3 man-present --" ,,::ev.-----------'z,,, ....... :.,'.%:.:..:..,-.-'sem Vhen no one plea, a man m room stepped saying, 'TII give This series o| messages is made pore'hie bythe following Charles Town ud I'm not a Jefferson County firms who recognize the value and service of the Churches miist'er;" What this of Our Comqmlmity. that one clergyman to be a New Testament CRARIS TOWN (g S--OIL COMPkNY word. The ESSO SERVICE CENTER ARCO OIL PRODUCTS minister ifl MeClure B. Wfllingham-Owner 301 N. Mildred St. Greek. It serves." when Phone 725-9904. Charles Town Pho. 725-2215. Ranson, W. Va. feet of the Charles Town, W. Va. formed a work LESLIEJ RECORD LAND RANSON humble service. "Everything In Music" J. RUSSELL  MACHINE WORKS, INC. ter in that he So, too in Acts 222 West Washington St, PHILCO & FURNITURE Phone 725-7095. Ranson are those who Dial 725-7512 DEALER wait on tables ' Pho. 725-5511. Charles Town R.M. HANN disciples. In rite NeW RANSON REAL ESTATE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR word ministry & INSURANCE CO. INC. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. PIL 725-,5215 - Charles Town the work of the Ranson, W. VL CITCK) SERVICE gy. All Phone 77-707 -- 725-7071 Charles Town, W. Va. - Lees. HALLTOWN be minlster The burg, Va. - Martinsburg, W. PAPERBOARD COMPANY Jesus IESTERN AUTO Va. - Shepherdstown, W. Va. Halltown, W. Vm. fewis to ASSOCIATE STORE Brunswick, Md. serve the J. E. Senseney, Owner J.C. PENNEY COMPANY association of Charles Town, W. Va. MAGAHA, INC. "Always First Quality" try" with the came much Iat'. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Charles Town, W. Va. JOIIN'S RESTAURANT APPLIANCE CENTER 11m In (24-Hour Service) N. Geo. St.. Phone 725.5516 VAN TOL  speaks Mildred St. & 7th Ave. FLORISTS  gifts as "for Ranson, W. Va.. 725-5007 CLENDENING MOTORS, INC. Flowers by Wire the try, for John Alts, Owner Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge Plltoae 725-2018 Christ" (4:1:1). Trucks - Dial 725-2096 JEFFERSON 222 N. Mildred St. - Ranson Charles Town, W. Va. istrf' here doe clergy, but MACHINE CO., INC. that all Route 340 East RIDDLEBERGER'S STORE MERCHANT. NOLAND, INC. perform. Charles Town, W. Va. Home Furnishings CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE of the Bible dety) Dial 725-2088 Ph. 725-2624 - Charles Towa Route $40 East when it Phone 725-7045 or 72,5-7048 as: "He did The MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. GUY'S Charles Tow W. VL God's people COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME BUICK . PONTIAC, INC. Is there a Phone 725-7068. Charles Town OPEL - G. M. C. TRUCKS KABLE OIL CO., INC. house? There SUDLEY FUNERAL HOME Dial 725-5338. State Rt. 9 ESSO DISTRIBUTOR every house! Phone 876-6460-Shepherdstown Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 7"-7510 - Charles Towa tt=,,d O|v|simt Of