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ty election officials LEGAL NOTICES Counting Board Hazel Sprouse, Commissioner Geraldine Marks. Commissioner Ethel Moore, Commissioner James Shock, Clerk Pearl Gaston, Clerk Myrtle Smith. Commissioner Mergie Moss, Commissioner John Fisher. Commissioner Gladys Greenleaf, Clerk Ray Turner, Clerk THIRD RUN Clerk TANNER r "COURT HOUSE LEGAJ NOTI ES Jr kids your q Ask a the P BUilder Office Fri. 9-4 r. 9-12 D Anytime itt on your side Company Ohio Ralph Perrine, Commissioner Gwendolyn Postalwait, Commissioner Alma Brady, Commissioner Vergie Sands. Clerk Carolyn Miller, Clerk Bonnie Waggy, Commissioner Rosa Belle Gainer, Commissioner Pauline Radabaugh, Commissioner Brenda Kay McCartney, Clerk Onidee Nutter. Clerk Anna L. Jones, Commissioner Velds Wade, Commissioner Merceline Bennett, Commissioner Sue McCartney. Clerk Mary Jane Robinson, Clerk Donna Wyatt, Commissioner Louise Davidson, Commissioner Candace Turner, CommisMoner Junaita McDougal, Clerk Lucille Moore. Clerk Bow hunters reminded of new regulations West Virginia bow-and-arrow htwters who kill deer must have them checked by a conservation officer, state policeman, county sheriff or any of his deputies this year. This new regulation is the result of 1976 legislation which states: Deer killed with an arrow shall be delivered to a conservation officier for checking and retagging before it is either skinned or transported beyond the boundaries of the county adjacent to that in which the kill was made; provided, however, that if no conservation officier can be located, the carcass of bow-killed deer shall be delivered to a member of the department of public safety, county sheriff or any of his deputies, for PRECINCT NO. 17 - SAND FORK Lenita Garrets, Commissioner Pamala Sue Edwards, Commissioner Ralph Shaver, Commissioner Charlotte Rogers. Clerk Hazel Moody, Clerk PRECINCT NO. 18 - STOUTS MILL Goldie Carpenter. Commissioner Arnetta Thompson, Commissioner Cora Blake, Commissioner Eula Barker, Clerk Patty J. Puinam, Clerk CT NO. 20 - SOtrl1 GLENVIIJ=E Letter Davidson, Commissioner Goldine Barton, Commissioner Gertrude Nicholson, Commissioner Connie Cunningham. Clerk Hope L. Peele. Clerk cr NO. 13 - EAST COURT HOUSE Donaldine VanHorn, Commissioner Zetta Campbell. Commissioner Batty White, Commissioner Lucflle Hall, Clerk Deward Black, Clerk Plt]RCINCT NO. 27 - TROY Mary Burton, Commissioner Shade Radcliff, Commissioner Pauline Butcher, Commissioner Ruth Reed, Clerk Oral Spurgeon, Clerk PRECINCT NO. 31 - COX'S MILLS Irene Ware, Commissioner Clovis Pettit, Commissioner Name Collins, Commissioner Julia Gordon, Clerk Elaine Perrin, Clerk Lora Fay Tomblin. Commissioner Claudia Greynolds, Commissioner Marie G. Rogers, Commissioner Lorraine Foster. Clerk Rosazala Montgomery. Clerk Edra Montgomery, Commissioner Audra Keith, Commissioner Ann Thompson, Commissioner Daisy Snyder. Clerk Pauline Edwards, Clerk Jo Ann Boilon, Commissioner Jessie Luzader, Commissioner Donna Wilt. Commissioner Mabel Wolfe, Clerk Kimberly Jones, Clerk Muriel Wolfe. Commissioner Jo Ann McHenry, Commissioner Mary Stewart, Commissioner Eva Black, Clerk Dorothy Radcliff, Clerk Damon West. Commissioner Naomi Beall, Commissioner Marguerite Roe, Commissioner Mavis G. Cole. Clerk Paul Fidler, Clerk Thelma Shacldeford. Comm/ssioner Jo Ann Peggs, Commissioner Mary Alice Lockard. Commissioner Milton Bailey, Clerk Lovie Matheny. Clerk NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOND ELECTION TO THE VOTERS OF GILIV[] COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA: Take notice that at a meeting of the Board of Education of the County of Gilmer. a statutory corporation under the laws of the State of West Virginia. held on the 28th day of June. 1076. a quorum beinSprseent and actin 8 throughout such meeting, the following order was made and entered of iNtcr(l:. AN ORU OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GILM DIPCTING AN ELECTION TO BE HELD FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUBMHTING TO THE VOTERS OF GILMER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ALL QUESTIONS CONNECTED WITH THE CONTRACTING OF A DEBT AND THE ISSUING ObF BONDS IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $2,459,000 FOR A SCHO0_L C QNST_UCTflON AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM. BE IT ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF GILMER: It appears to The Board of &:hicetion of the County of Gilmer (herein cawed the "Board") and the Board does aconrdingiy hereby find: 1. The schools in Gtlmer County School District are, with the exception of Gilmer County High School. over 45 years old. The Sand Fork. Tanner and Troy elementary schools are in violation of the Life Safety Code, as appears from a recent report by the State Fire Marshal. The auditorium of one of the schools in described in one report as "e fire trap". Toilets are in basements without recommended exits. The existing high school should he remodeled and renovated and several rooms should be added. The Sand Pork. Tanner. Troy end Normantown elementary schools must be renovated and portions of the Sand Fork and Normantown schools must be replaced so that they may continue to be used. In addition, the Glenville Elementary School needs added facilities in the form of a gymnasium and related areas to render It a full service educational complex. The Board has received reports, and recommendations from the Gilmer County Citizens Committee for Better Schools, and mootLngs have .been conducted in the past upon the question of the school needs. Accordingly, the Board finds that it m Uy necessary that the Board acquire, renovate and improve certain of the existing school bufldiap in said School District as shown below, altd in accordance with tha Comprehensive Plan of th School District which has been approved bytha State Board of Education. The funds derived from checking and retasging eurrt layies apvlicabla to the makin of such imsvements in and additions to or supplementation or ', rom1.,ert. lldZ_ "_ck this body is now authorized by law to lay, after provtamg mr me odministreuon of fits affairs et tiffs Board and meeting the current expenses thereof SHOE SHARPE ' , THE PEOPLE Sharpe's Constituents have been Quick that his experience, Ms success in getting and his impartial devotion to his work required by law, are insufficient to finance such improvements, additions, supplementation and renovation end. therefore, Bonds should be issued to provide funds therefor. 2. Funds should be obtained for the purposes mentioned above end described below and it will be ry to incur debt and tna Bonds for the enlargement, extension, supplementation. recatructinn, improvement and renovation of the existing school facilities hereinafter described. mveeugatla= and atudise by this Board show that at least the sum of Two Million Four Hundred -Nine Thommnd Dollars ($2,459,O00) must be spent for such purposes, in addition to the share of Board in the State Better School Buiidinp Amendment Funds, which has already been provided, in the sum of $829,500, all to the end of providing better, safer school facilities in saidSchool District as part of the effort required to meet the educatisal needs and to improve the opportunities of the students in said School District. 3. The valuation of the taxable property in Gilmer County School District. as shown by the last eminent thereof for state end county taxation purposes, is $40,198,3(30, and the valuation of each class of property within said school District is Its follows: Class I $ 3.199,210 Class H 8,645280 Class m 32.721,080 Claes IV 4,632,230 Total: $ 49,198,300 4, _Them is not any indebtedness for school purposes in the former magisterial school districts in Gllmer "Uounty. nor is them any bonded indebtadea of Gilmer County School District. The unbonded lndabt.l of the School District is naglble and can be paid from current levy funds, Accordingly. m  algregate principal amount of $2,450,000 may be issued for the purposes herein provided. ll;maos Nee. 1 to 49.2, inchmie, in the principal amount of $5.000 each, except that Bend No. 492, mm oe m me principal amount of $4,000, a88regatin8 $2,459.000. shall be issued and sold, the prucaed8 of which sale shall be used for the  hereinafter set forth. To the extent that additional funds are made available to the Board for the construction of school buildings or the hnprovemimt thareof, or tle purchase of equipment therefor, by some form of matching by the Federal uovernmt, um amounts Harem stated may be used, insofar as permitted by law. on a matching basis to secure  se made available;, and provided that the Board, in its discretion, may allocate to and expend for any one or me ,re. of the purposes or projects hereinafter described any sums remainin 8 unul., on a cc. aunt of inability to construct, carry ot or complete any project, or upon completion of any omer of tim pur or projects, whether any puch sum remains unused upon such completion by reeeon..oz an unaerrtm m me estimated cost of such purpose or project, or by reason of a grant-in-aid upon me cost stad herein of such purpose or project received by the Board from the Federal ,uovernment or otherwise. The estimated costs of the projects dsecribedbolow do not include any sums lrrjv eq .nt and lruilhinp and the Board  usa .y moneys sealable, including moneys !v tnm .am    riar completion of the below-dcrtbad pec to purchasa sacn new eqmpment ano  as may be needed and obtainable with the moneys available. Upm .c.ompletion.. of all c:h  or project8 and payment therefor in full any unused sum remaining zrom me sate m me Bonds shaw be depmitad with the State Sinking Fund Commission to be .mind fo.r vrchase of any Bonds   lue out! at the price of not more than the par value .trem .ns accur., intarwt tot he date oz sues imronmme or for the payment of such Bends and the intermt mereon at me maturities thereof. The Bonds shaw bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding the rata of seven per censure (7%) r ennum,.payable semiannually, and the Bonds ahMl he payable from one to fifteen years from their in, ann me maturities of the Bonds, based uPO n approximately level or equal annual aggregate amotmta of principal and interest during the life of the bend issue, with interest decreasing as prindpM payments increase in each subsequent year, shah be as follows: Bonds in the amount of $I00,000 due and Payable one year after date; Bonds in the amount of $105,000 due and payable two years after date; Bonds in the amount of $110,000 due and Payable three years after date; Bonds in the emmmt of $120,000 due and payable four years after date; Bonds in the amount of $130,000 due and payable five years after date; Bondl in the amount of $135,000 due and Payable six years after date; Bonds in the amount of $145,000 due and-payable seven years after date; Bonds in the amount of $155,000 due and Payable eight years after data; Bonds in the amount of $170,000 due and payable then years after date; Bonds in the amount of $180,000 due and payable ten years after date; Bonds in the amount of $198,000 due and payable eleven years after date; Bonds in the amount of $206,000 due and payable twelve years after data; Bonds in the amount of 8220,000 due and payable thirteen years after date; Bonds in the amount of $235,000 due and payable fourteen years after date; llade in th= mn,,nt af ,q2.000 due and pavable fifteen years after data. hareby.ord.00 9 Ed.00etion the catty of C00.er that. j , ne qummon m mcurrm8 me Oept and said Be nd8 and aW other questions re rl connected therewith shaw be submitted to the voters of Gilmer County School District at th/;enPerra y lestlan wMch qhall I held thqre 9.n the.2nd ltag 9f Npvqtr. lS and that the election officials my appomten tar suca general emcuon a each m me ms.any established voting precincts in GiLm..er more than any other for another term in | 'llill|mlllllmmm|llmmmllm|mmmmmmm|mmmmmmimmmm|l" 'Jrginia Senate. II B SATURDAY, OCT. 2s 1976 at 1:00 P.M. m Locatmi at my reaidence oa Tanner #4 near  ,TE SENATOR " ., /1 _ Upright h'emmr, maytgl washer, gas stoves, antique : M R. SHARPE, JR. I w 00h.h, Elect. chura, uparatmr and cream can. puteurlzer. :rat of Weston for = eeuater ecsin, azes, sledge hammers, wadis, chala saw. # 10 V. plow, cultivator, harrow teeth, Iprist-ndlL corn m te from Harrison, . srmlhar, tluree yr. old cow and calf, other item too : numorous to mentkm, i Gilmer Counhes-- .; by we=. of : P.,i po, ,y wm R. Sha.pe a AUCTIONS00 CLARK MINNir'f = s OWNER HOMER e. SAMPSON IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBmBBBBBBMBBMBMBBBBBBBB October 21, 1976 Glenvflle I)emeerat/ Pathfinder Pap T-B _ _ _ t ,,, County School District. which embraces the same territory as the County of Gilmer, shall ceasti the election officials for such school bond election. {B} The re g!stration of voters^.and the uss of the registration books shall be rned by telrmmeenlenervSisat mnaws o, .ne.3tale ot West Vg,ma, andine Board of E ddu.catten of tha Cot_ y of ,.vr ,,c, uy auop[s me registration lists el me uounry o! ullmer as me OlllClal rgiatra  Gilmer County School District for such election. (C) The purposes or projects for which the proceeds of sale of the Bonds, ff autxad by the voters, are to be expended are as follows: Project Location EMinttad I. To acquire, construct and erect Present Normantown Iqemant. Coat additions for classrooms and other ary School space and accommodations (to meet guidelines of the State Board of Education} for the present Norma- town Elementary School and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which will serve a total of approximately 330 students $ 714.440 2. To acquire, construct and erect Present Sand Fork Elementary additions for classrooms and other School space and accommodations tu moot guidelines of the State Board of Education) for the existing Sand Fork Elementary School, and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which will serve a total 00,100 of approximately 260 students 3. To renovate, remodel and improve Present Troy Elementary School the existing Troy Elementary School, which after completion of the new Glenville Elementary School will serve approximately 150 students 7,0 4. To renovate, remodelend improve Present Tanner Elementary the existing Tanner Elementary School School to serve approximately 130 students .(e 5, To acquire, construct, erect and Present Glenville Elementary prepare the site. including utilities School and landscaping, for the addition of a gymnasium and related areas to the present Glenville Elementary School 371,000 6. To acquire, construct and erect Existing Gilmer County High an addition for classrooms for the School existing Gilmer County High School and to renovate, remodel and improve the existing gymnasium, academic and other facilities 505.460 Grand Total of Above Project# $2,4.000 The above amounts stated for costs of the school Projects 8hall inChide enginearinll and inspeCon costs, la8a] fees andexpanses, the costs of acquiring necemmry lnds. Mtes ann r;gnmot way tnerezor ano me prepareuon ann Improvement thereof, areMtoctural costs an tees. costs of msuance and sale of the Bonds end such other costs, fees and expenses not otherwise provided for above, as may be necemmHly or properly incurred in carrying out the foregoing purposes or projects. above amounts are the estimated sums needed for the Projects from the proceeds of mepropo.sea uonn issue, to winch.are to be added a.mounts to be allocated by the Beard ot oucation zrom the snare ot the Board in the State Better School Ikdldta Amendment Funds, now on hand or available, in the amount of $9.0. (D) If the voters of Gflmer County School District approve such debt and the ismm Or said Bonds, The Board of Education of the County of Gilmer shall lay annually upo the  yah=tUrn of all the taxable property within Gilmer County School District a levy enfficlt to prevtde fuitds for the payment of the annual interest upon said Bonds as it accrues semiannually  die prbl of said Bonds at the maturities thereof; for whtch purpose a levy upon each $100 valuation, bued _ upea the last assessment of such property for state and county purposes, will be rluired Its follows: Upon Class I property, approximately 17.48 mt8 Upon Class 11 property, approximately 34.0 cets Upon Class Ill property, approximately .92 cents Upon Class IV property, approximately . CtS th in the laying of such levy, the assessment levy authorised to be laid by The Board of lllttle of e County of Gll.mer for Gilmer County School District by the Constitution of Wt Virllilo and tl states enacted pursuant thereto shaw not be exceeded; providL however, that the rates herelnabove set forth may, whenever necessary, be exceeded in making the annual levy for tatm.t ano principal oz sucn nones within any statutory and constitutional limitations; and in the levy, collection and .disbursement of taxsa within constitutional and statutory llmituUeae, such  for interest .ana rmclpa upon SUCh propogen tsonns snail have preference over all aurar tamm by sad u oara zor any purpose whatever, except the payment of interest and sinki fund on ol ner t|onalssues wch heretofore have been au.th.ori, or which may hamftor be aU . (E}It theocebt, aria tona issue shall be approved by the voters, the Bonds. talletlmr with other onos sere tote re msued and payable from taxes levied outside the limitatim fixed by  1. ,rtlcle A at sam ,onstitution will not exceed in the aggregate five per cesium of the wthatUim of the taxame property m Gilmer County School District ascertained in accordance with  8 and tO, Article X o! said Constitution, and such Bonds and the interest thereon will be payalde frma it annual tax memo and collected m each year. on all taxable property in Gllmer CounW Scheai su .fient to pay the principal and interest maturing and becoming due on mlch Bed8 tn eab r, which tax lavms will be laid separate and apart from. and in edditiou to, the amxium ram ievJdnd for tax levies for school destricts on the several classes of property in Seotion 1, ArUde X of Constitution, but in the same proportions as such maxium rates are levied oa the myra.el  of prepare; and said tax will be levied outside the limits fixed by Section 1, Article X   Cmltltuie. IF) If the debt and Bond issue submitted to the voters shall be approved, by virtue of 8tlea Ik Article X of the Constitution, Known as the "School Bond Amendment", and Secttm 10, Article X of the Constitution, known .as.the "Betr Schools Amendment".. and the enabK ledtalettom  by gmlature of Wept Vzrginj Regmar esmon" 1981, emending and re-enacll Sections 3 d 4 1.Chapter 13 of the Code o{WeSt Vrgmla, 1931, and the enabling legislation onactd by the m oz west vlrgmta, te.gular session, 1959, amending ana re-enacting Section 4 alladdtl  34. Article 1, Chapter 13 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, the levies harebl  violate any constitutional or statutory provisions of this State setubWshia8 maximum vtk laid he.rein provMed shall be !evied and allocated each year for the purposa of diacha 41m iatemt mid pr.mclpal of the Bonds to  authorized, and for such pu shall be laid separate  ,parth'om Ill omer metes mane for au omer purposes of Gilmer County School District, a The Bcerd of Fhmtkm of the Count 7 of Gilmer does further fred that after laYtu8 and allooath laid 81  payment of the principal and interest requirements of said Bonds, there will be, out  the kl authorized by law and apportioned for current expenses, a sufficient levy aufltortwd by law, which, when added to omer tacoma, wiW be sufficient to carry on the proper requisite functimm of =mid rd and of said Gilmer County School District. {G) 111e form of ballol to be used for such bond election shaw be as follow=: OFFICIAL BOND BALLOT GILMER COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHOOL BOND KLON NOVEMBI 2. 1976 Shall Gihner County School District incur debt and issue Bonds in tim ameuat of 41501 maturities on such Bonds to run not more than Fifteen years from the date of such 11, with M not exceeding the rate of seven per centum (7%} per annam, for the foilowilNJ pullpea Or Proiect 1. To acquire, construct and erect additions for classrooms and other space and accommodations (to meet guidelines of the State Board of Education} for the present Norman- town Elementary School and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which will serve a total of approximataly 330 students 2. To acquire, construct and erect additions for classrooms and other space and accommocations {to meet guidelines of the State Board of Education} for the existing Sand Fork Elementary School. and to reconstruct, renovate and remodel such school, which will serve e total of approximately 260 students 3. To renovate, remodel and improve the existing Troy Elementary School which after completion of the new Glenville Elementary School will serve approximataly 150 students 4. To renovate, remodel and improve the existing Tanner Elementary School to serve approximately 130 students 5. To acquire, construct, erect and prepare the site, including utilities and landscaping, for the addition of a gymnasium end related areas to the present Glenvilla Elementary School 6. To acquire, construct and erect an addition for classrooms for the existing Gilmer County High School and to renovate, remodel and improve the existing gymnasium. academic and other facilities Location Estimstad Present Normantown Elonmnt- Cot ary School Present Sand Fork Elementary School Present Troy EJomentary School Present Tanner Elementary School Present Glenvilla Elementary School Existing Gilmer County High School , Grand Total of Above Pro|acts $ 714.440 79000 371.00 The above amounts stated for costS of the school Projects shall inchido  and inspection costs, legal fees and expenses, the costs of acquiring ry lands, 81t and rights of way therefor and the preparation and improvement thered, 8rchflgctm'al costa and fees, costs of issuance and sale of the Bonds and such other coati, feel and expenses not otherwise provided for above, as may be necessarily or properly incurred in carrying out the foreguing purposes or project=. The above amounts are the estimated sums needed for the Projects from the proceeds of the proposed Bond issue, to which are to be added amounts to be allocated by the Board of Education from the share of the Board in the State Better Schoo Butldinp Amendment Funds, now on hand or available, in the amount of MB29,500. and levy taxes sufficient to pay the interest on and the principal of each Beads? [YES NO NOTICE TO VOTERS: To vote in favor of the proposition submitted on thil ballot, place an X in the square before the word Y8. To vote against it, place a similar mark in the square before the word NO. 0"I) The Secretary of The Board of Education of the County of Gllmer is hereby Ituthorbed and directed to procure and furnish to the election commissioners Itt each voth pracb, kar u practicable, the ballots, poll books, taUy sheets and other supplies and thinp necetumt7 tOr cOJtChJctJ the election as provided by the Code of West Virginia, CImpter 1 3, Article 1,  1t, and pldolm duties imposad by law upon Clerks of the Circuit Courts in relation to ipmml ectlem hteolr 8s practicable; and, in accordance with Section 13, Article I of said Chapr 13, T I .. rd of .tkm of the County of Gtimer shall canvass the election returns, and sball meet on Monday, Nmmmbar K 1976, that being the fifth day, Sunday excepted, after such school bond electinn for mmh parpeen. (1) Notice of the school  election hereby ordered shall be given, as required by law. IW publication of this Order within the fourteen consecutive days next  the date of the eleintt with an interval of at least six full days between the first and saenml lmldtcatin, once a week |or two successive weeks in The Clenville Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. two newslmpare of dlffm'enl politics published and of general circulation in Gllmer County School Distidct, the pablicetlaa dutlm Io be Thursday, October 21 and 28, 1976. for The Glanville Democrat end Friday. October 22 mid J. lg71 for The Glenville Pathfinder. /s/RONALD|,WlSLTY Secretary efThe Bsard d |idmztlm of thadGitmm" ; 1143 t0414t i ] _ i . _-