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Page 8- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, October 7, 1993 Legals PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Regular Session September 20, 1993 \\; The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular Meetlng_ Honday, September 20, 1993. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda at room 101, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Friday, September 17, 1993. The following were present: Ms. Bernice Mitchell, Chairman; Mr. dlmmie Dee Cook Member; Me. Sherrl Schleffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The Clerk presented cash appropriations: Highway Cash,, 157547.87; Restricted Highway, 13079.46; Primary Road, 6541.53; Self Insurance, 267.53 Sheriff Board of Prisoners, 1445.00; Payne County Economic Development, 500.00, 68.83; Visual Inspection, 2.75; FalrBoard, 1.07; Treas. Mtg Certification Fee, 12.99; Sheriff Board of Prisoners, 5399.80; Visual Inspection, 17.08; DA Revolving Forfeiture, 1129.00; DA Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment, 1500.00; SlY, 33.59; DA Revolving Forfeiture, 729.50, 7.62; Highway, 1079.77; 281.95; County Clk, ML, 244.18; Restricted Hghway, 148.74; Sheriff Board of Prisoners, 39.49. Cook made the motion to approve the cash appropriations as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Purchasing Agent presented bids : 94-06, Double Chip and Seal on 44th Street : Woods and Son, Edmond, OK, $8517.96. Cook made the motion to accept Woods and Son ss the lowest snd best bid. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented transfers of sppropriations: General Fund: General Operations to Election Board, M&O, 5950.56; Sheriff Board of Prisoners: Warrant Payable to Payroll, 20000.00. Cook made the motion to approve the Transfers as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented Resolutions for Direct Appropriations to the General Fund: County Clerk, P/S, 1908.55; Sheriff, M&O, 255,00, 284.20. Cook made the motion to approve the Direct Appropriations as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cookl aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman presented County 4-H Week Proclamation: Whereas, the goal of 4-H is to provide opportunities for the youth of Payne County in the development'of llfe skills including leadership, citizenship, and personal development; and Whereas, last year the Payne County 4H Program assisted over 3,000 young people between the ages of nine and nineteen in their fourfold development of Head, Heart, Hands and Health in organized clubs and special interest groups throughout the county; and Whereas, 4H programs involve "learning by doing" experlenoes in over 60 subject-matter areas covering the broad end diverse interest of young people in north urban and rural settings, and Whereas, 4-H members receive inspiration and guidance from interested parents, professional Extension workers, and over I00 volunteer adult and teen leaders; Now Therefore, we, the commissioners of Payne County do hereby declare the weak of October 3-9, 1993 as 4-H WEEK IN PAYNE COUIITY Presented to and approved by the Payne County Board of Commissioners 20th day of September, 1993. Cook made the motion to approve the Proclamation as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. REP WINDOWS T90ul Ramm .[ZCmn CuMom Me To Rt Your FREE ESTIMATES PATIO COVERS SEAMLESS AND CARPORTS GUTTERING The Clerk presented monthly reports: Health Department, Collections, 13841.46; Disbursements, 8073.67; Election Board: Collectlons, 141.80; Disbursements, 60.00: Consumable INventory Report, District #I, 34043.02: Treasurer Apportionment Report for August. Cook made the motion to approve the reports as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented a memorandum from the Health Department appointing Denise Holt and Amy McMichael as receiving agents. Cook made the motion to approve the appointments as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman presented a Resolution from the County Treasurer designating County Depository Banks: RESOLUTION We, the undersigned Board of County Commissioners of the above named County and State, being in lawful session assembled in the office of the County Clerk at the County seat on the date hereinafter inscribed, pursuant to laws now in effect relating to County Depositories, do hereby designate the following Banks as County Depositories, to wit: Highway EVERY FRIDAY State Treasurer National Bank & Trust Liberty National Bank & Trust Bank of Oklahoma Americsn National Bank Bank of Cushing Citizens State Bank Payne County Bank Glances State Bank Heritage Bank Stillwater National Bank & Trust The Bank, N. A. Stillwater BancFirst Stillwater Savings & Loan Heartland Federal Savings & Loan Liberty Federal Savings & Loan Oklahoma City, OK First Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City, Ok Tulsa, OK Cushing, OK Cushing, OK Morrison, OK Perkins, OK Glencoe, OK Yale, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK Stillwater, OK L The safe in the County Treasurer,s Office is designated as a secure receptacle for temporary safekeeping of all County and School Investment fund. It is further provided that, regardless of the above designation, no deposit of public money shall ever be made in any or either of said banks, or savings and loans in excess of Federal Deposit Insurance, or Federal Savings andLoan Insurance currently effective, plus notice from the State Treasurer of unit collateral lawfully pledged, unless and until adequate securities are pledged in the manner provided by law. It is further stated that neither the members of the Board of County Commissioners, nor Bonita J. Stadler, County Treasurer, owns any stock or is otherwise pecuniarily interested in any of said hanks. Done at Stillwater, OK this day of July, 1993. Cook made the motion to approve the Resolution as presented. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Board authorized the County Clerk to solicit Proposal for County Health Insurance. The Chairman presented request to display a Fire Prevention Week --Banner at the Courthouse. Cook made the motion to approve the request. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman presented Claims for payment for bridge inspections= Stone, rock, 1948.60; 737, ODOT, lease, 4316.77; 778, Brawley Engineering, 285.00; Payne County, $5.75. Cook made the Equipment, lease, 1250.00; 779, Dart Equipment, lease, 1256 motion to approve the invoices as submitted and forward to ODOT for 780, ODOT, lease, 5530.14; 781, Oklahoma City Tractor, bear payment. Mitchell seconded. Motion carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, eye. The Clerk noted the Tri-County CDBG project has been completed. The Citizen Participation Plan requires a Public Hearing for the Project Close-Out. The Board act the public hearing for October 4th st 10:00 a.m. The Clerk should make the proper publications. The Board reported on the information received from the State Conference: Update on ODOT Revolving Fund; Safety Training Requirements; Low sulphur diesel. The following purchase orders were approved for payment: FY 92-93 GENERAL FUND; 4552, University of California, subset!Felon, 15.00; 4688, Shideler's Photocraft, batteries, 4.95; 4716, Lake Murray Country Inn, lodging, 118.00. FY 9-4 GENERAL ]FUND. DISTRICT ATTORNEY: 357, Stillwater Typewriter, toner, 110.70; 415, Merrifield office Supply, supplles, 72.69; 416, Hobby Lobby Stores, supplies, 75.85; 417, Kinko's Copies, supplies, .!6; 419, Welmart, supplies, 49.36; 600, Federal Express, ppl,g, 13.00; 889, Deerlnger Prlntlng, nameplate, 5.25; 922, Mira Copystar America, lease, 281.50; 923, McCaw Cellular Communications, service, 58.56; 976, Spaldlng County Court Clerk, copy, 3.00; 980, Matthew Bender & Co., publication, 87.60; 1027, United Parcel Service, shipping, 15.25. SHERIFF: 420, Ace Hardware, supplies, 130.94; 421, B&C Office Supply, supplles, 64.41; 422, NAPA Auto Parts, supplies, 2.26; 423, R.J. Cleaners, ser wlce, 105.80; 424, Valet Car Wash, service, 16.00; 425, Central Shop Perki, s FOR LOVE OR MONEY PGI$ SAT. & SL 10 $)0 K0 NIGHTLY 7 M0 STAErS OCTOBER I, 1993 MR. JONES SUN. 2:it 4: NIGEI1M Saturday, Oct. 16 - L0dies Adory 11 a.m. Minis Start at Noon - Pick 8 Starts at 18# or less for $250 Hot Ball up ,o $2500"* Hot Ball $24000+ Pig $250o Session Pig STARTS OCFOBER It, 1993 DEMOLATION MAN it I1 441 NIGHTLY 7:te 30 $10,000 U-Pick-Era $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 58#'s Consolation $200, A Number Added Each Week Drug Store, supplies, 77.09; 426, Warren Clinics, service, 648, Connecting Point, repairs, 60.00; 664, Stillwater Center, service, 1489.45; 691, B&C Office Supply, cabinet, 125. 883, Galls, battery, 167.96; 934, Okla. Dept. of Public saf fee, 297.00. EXTENSION: 986, The Stockman Grass Far subscription, 24.50; 987, Nostein-Frlesian World, subscrip 29.00; 1024, Duane McVey, travel, 262.80. COUNTY CLERK: Simplex Time Recorder, agreement, 470.00; 614, Love's Envel envelopes, 114.90; 744 Dataplex, processing, 11.60; 745, Dear Printing, stamp, 12.55; 869, Quill, pens, 77.04. ASSESSOR[ County Officers & Deputies, registration, 40.00. 427, GO Systems, service, 22.95; 428, Simon's Day & Night WreC service, 6.00. GENERAL OPERATION: 395, Air-O-Heating & , maintenance, 68.00; 429, Cushing Daily Citizen, publlcati 169.12; 430, Perkins Journal, publications, 169.12; 431, still NewsPress, publications, 160.18; 659, Lustre-Cal Name pII plates, 289.00; 706, Cooper's Locksmith, service, 28.00; Eastman Kodak, toner, 472 80; 730, Quill, kit 84 95- 735 Fi #,, , Bowes, solution, 205.00; 736, Cooper'e Locksmith, keys, 2.00;  Air-o-Heating & Air, repairs, 225.00; 924, Stark Insurance Age" insurance, 2070.00; 927, Okla. Dept. of Human Services, b0, 12.00; 931, Cushing Tag Agency, atp's, 1237.14; 985, ONG, ! 150.95; 1017, AT&T, service, 91:'71; 1019, Eastman K maintenance, 308.69. FRINGE BENEFITS: 968, New York L: insurance, 510.42. BUILDING ENGINEER: 434, Clean Clothes Re,  service, 46.20; 435, HarrisPhillips 66, service, 6.48; 603,  Lumber, plywood, 11.94; 977, Stillwater Equipment, blade, 26.: 986, Stlllwater Equipment, kits, 35.76. FAIR BAORD" 961, I County Fair Board, funds, 15000.00; 962, Payne County Fair B funds, 3000.00; 963, Payne County Fair Board, funds, 11000 00; 9 Payne County Fair Board, funds, 810.00. FY 93-94 HIGHWA  135, Stewart Stone, rock, 3906.00; 160, Stewart Stone, r: 2491.61; 270, Kerns Construction, reclaim!n-, 812 50" 272 Ste , = " ' ' i Stone, rock, 3916.20; 456, Wright s Lawn & Garden, supplies, 18. 457, Walmart, supplies, 130.83; 458, Vassar Super Stop, suppl! 131.25; 459, Owen Thomas Ford, supplies, 147.19; 460, Tim's  Shop, supplies, 101.00; 463, Standard Auto Parts, supplies, 285. 465, Oklahoma city Tractor, supplies, 247.92; 466, NAPA Auto pa supplies, 1172.78; 468, Kirby-Smlth Machinery, supplies, 325 469, Hughes Lumber, supplies, 26.27; 470, Harris Oii, suppl 323.17; 471, Harris APCO Service Station, supplies, 213.95; Darr Equipment, supplies, 422.96; 473, Cushing Parts supplies, 191.13; 474, Cushing Lumber, supplies, 58.14; 475, C] Clothes Rental, supplies, 30.00; 476, Clmarron Truck Pa  supplies, 511.59; 478, Aerican Welding Supply, supplies, 269. 479, Adams Supply, supplies, 36.90; 481, Atwoods Town & CoUn supplies, 29.85; 483, Clean Clothes Rental, supplies, 312.80; 4: Frank's Diesel & Tire, service, 413.00; 487, NAPA Auto Pa supplies, 406.81; 488, O'Rellly Automotive, supplies, 130.68;  Sooner Airgas, supplies, 256.27; 490, Stillwater Equlp  supplies, 23.94; 530, Kerns Ready-Mixed Concrete, conC 1030.05; 562, Stewart Stone, rock, 4010.20; 564, Kerns Ready-M Concrete, concrete, 1373.40; 579, Harris Oil, oil, 923.85; American Welding, iron, 123.73; 585, Continental Concr concrete, 2120.00; 618, Harris Oil, gasoline, 4896.00; 633,  Asphalt, HMHL, 2165.41; 639, Enlow Tractor, bearings, 34.33; KerBs Asphalt, HMHL, 2081.94; 646, Kerns Ready-Mixed ConCr concrete, 1030.05; 651, American Welding Supply, bar, 105.26; | Cushing Radiator, repairs, 60.00; 667, Harris Oil, diesel, 4035. 669, Stewart Stone, rock, 1990.00; 676, NAPA Auto ps compressor, 248.19; 678, Wolff's Oilfleld Service, serV 1008.00; 681, Maxrad, springs, 134.99; 682, Oklahoma city TraC parts, 68.31; 696, Cushing Radiator, repairs, 40.00; ' Stillwater NewsPress,. notice, 50.24; 700, Dolese, concD 1156.90; 705, Kirby-Smlth Machinery, parts, 875.66; 707, St STRIKING DISTANCE $100 Added Each Session Until $10,000 Is Reached This Wednesday: 17# for $5,100 - 18# for $2,000 - 19# for $1,500 20# for 1,000 - 21# or more Consolation of $200 All Minis Will Pay 100%-70% NURSES AIDES /.....--,----,, e II Interested in working nearer I  ..... .>'-. -' II to your home? No night I .::":  ....... :. ...... ( Oct. 9 II .h,.., do,no one-on-one I   .._"...., % II n,n patent cam. Mid- I  ,..e,'T, ] II we= .omo Health Service in I Umlld One am' k II Bdstow is seeking Nurses I ":,  . - --"-.. i II ' for the Langston, Yale, I  Jml il Cushing, and Stillwater I /'*- " II areas. Requires one year I  Frl., Oct. 8  //lb |11 experience or CNA. Week- I ][r _ _ Ipwtnor  % [ ". % II End Option Plan available, I .':=U. !1 work 3O hour, ,o I.  ...... ,,o.oo,..,,, /  II 40 hours. Competitive salary I I ! and excellent benefits pack- I . age. Contact Sheldon at 1. Age Umit. 14 years of age to enter Big Hall. We ndlcap,o=,, II .t 1 I : ! .... II! II I ! I 352.48; 884, Puls Oilfleld Equipment, pipe, 373.45; 899, B&J T I repairs, 130.00; 921, Stillwater NewsPress, notice, 48.14; Darr Equipment, lease, 2500.00; 930, Oklahoma City Freight] switch, 8.01; 984, Darr FIpment, lease, 2500.00; 988, B&J tire, 117.50; 1016, Southwestern Bell, service, 46.85; 1018, service, 9.46. FY 93-94 PAYNE CO. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; 224, lodglng, 68.50; 227, Cowboy Copy Centre, service, 40.00. HEALTH DEPT.: 443, Charlie,'s Discount Drug, supplies, 13.37; Cushing Office Supply, supplies, 29.34; 449, Merrlfield Of Supply, supplies, 45.60;451, Stillwater Women's C 210.00; 452, Walmart, supplies, 43.28; 453, Walmart, suppl 62.36; 636, Durr Fillauer Medical, supplles, 481.64; ' Thompson's, supplies, 150.57; 720, Merrifield Office Sup supplies, 176.43; 917, Air-O-Heating G Air, repalrs, 84.00; Kelly Grlffith, travel, 60.48; 936, Audrey Wright, travel, 17 937, Betty Wright, travel, 67.20; 938, Marilyn York, travel, 23. 939, Katherine Larson, travel, 25.44; 940, Barbara Morgan, tra 180.48; 941, Page Cooper, travel, 26.40; 942, Laurie Brown, tra 20.64; 943, Charles Bowlen, travel, 58.56; 944, Xvonne stir travel, 115.62; 945. JoM Rupp, travel, 45.36; 946, Robin travel, 12.00; 947, John Qulnn, travel, 85.92; 966, rental, 56.25; 967, Marilyn York, travel, 7.20; 1003, Bell, service, 473.62; 1004, Long Distance Savers, 1047.01; 1005, Southwestern Bet1, service, 25.45; 1028 Energy Linking Program, dues, 10.00. 989, Stillwater Cellular, service, 150.47. 114, stewart Stone, rock, 2481.20; 145, Stewart Stone, 1976.00; 300, Stewart Stone, rock, 2484.78. CERT TAX FEE: 4813, Southwestern Bell, phones, 437.50. TREASURER MTG CERT TAX FEE: 1000, Southwestern Bell, 43.95; 1001, Southwestern Bet1, service, 82.04. REVOLVING FORFEITURE: 983, Carl Hiner, funds, 364.75; Stillwater Police Department, funds, 564.50. 1012, Joe Turner, reimbursement, 40.00. RESTRICTED HIGHWAY CASH: 602, Harris Oil, gasoline, 192.00; Harris Oil, tires, 247.97; 722, Wolff's Oilfleld Service, 1008.00; 723, Dolese, concrete, 1087.80; 729, Cimarron GI; glass, 55.69. Cook made the motion to adjourn. Mitchell seconded. carried: Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. County Clerk V AUCTION SATURDAY,OCTOBER 9,1993 10:00 A.M. WILL ROGERS SCOUT RESERVATION fllLES WEST OF CLEVELAND, OKLAIIONA OH HfCHWk 64 Cowboy n,otn Plaype. v/Jupl. I,,hn.y lnslJe lay. CNSI,= Rail Iats 2-Nan Teal C.rn Popper (stov t,=p) Bo u[ Jsre Shock Scooter Srnv. Trlmll.e Pho.e (rotary) TaL,,, 16" Fn Vllla|e Slacksmlth lib.,IRe CIIppern S,)x Nlr hop Tools & Ext. -,dm ld WIcker Racket Ilt,s Ride Cr Semi Little TIke Svln S Netsl Foot Locker Pla.o Sench 2" Zenith TV CaUIneL Tesll Box 12" x = I/ ft Wo*)de. Vase!able Silo,.. Trlall.e Pho.e (to.rhtn.) Creeper Coffee Ilaker Croq.et Set O.anRe Ralm ea, Wter Bed ColpleLe Cat Waxer Htcr.vave Twfn Size f,ame - ,*wplete $.ny Reel t Reel Tape floor II.midt=le ake Pans Hlt Stand .r Goat Rack Iq" Senyo NOBlest Sra=m Wail tlanEer S,,nbeal Niler Rlectrtc Coffee POL Crock Pot Sex of Eye Glass Cases 4 Draer SmsJl Chest Stayer St.denL Desk BoB of !tensE!Seed Classes "W" 1 Draver I)resvr v/NfrTo (vhlte) B.r SLooJ node. EItchen Chal! 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AUVERTIS[HEOTS *** CI)NCESSION STAND WILL i PROVIDED *** AUGTI()N C"NDUCTEO BY: EDDIE DOUGLAS AIICTIUN AND REAl. ESTATE TONRAUA  )RI.AOONR.