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Journal, Th.rsday, Dmber 1993 (Continued from PaBe 9) Standard Auto Parts, supplies, 409.71;1220, Tim's Tire Shop, supplies, 120.00; 1221,Owen Thomas Ford, supplies, 51.30; 1222, Vassar Super Stop, supplles, 115.34; 1223, WalMart, supplies , 48.36; 1224, Wrlght's Lawn & Garden, supplles, 147.78; 1225, Atwood's, supplles, 31.96; 1227, Clean Clothes Rental, supplles, 366.60; 1228, Dart Equipment, suppllee,328.58; 1229, Farm & Home Supply, supplles,299.97; 1230, Frank's Diesel Service, Dist. 3 supplles,247.50; 1231, Napa Auto Parts, supplies, 525.35;]232, Travelers "Good Luck'" Bingo Hwy. 66 West (Formerly Paradlse Blngo) Stroud NEW PHONE # - 918/968-4735 Call hall for updated #'s and specials UNDER MANAGEMENT OF MS 15#'sorless 16#'s or more ROY & RICHARD VIER 100% 70% THURS. 16TH Get *4 off entry pack, before 6:45, *2 ' o. after 6:45 Pay *200 i Player of Week Drawing - Progressive Jackpot Guar. el0000o ,i i Junior Citizens Night - 54 & under get entry pack for Sl 1 including Hotball. =250 Blackout Guar. *500 Bonanza Guar. s500 oo We now have $5 00 pack that pays 7500 Dos Op 5:30 Mints ...... 6:1S CHILDREN UNDER 18 MUST BE SEATED & PLAYING BINGO Session..7:30 -Ti-i'i'i-!' BOARD OF EDUCADON PREUMINARY ESTIMATE OF NEEDS AND CALL FOR AN ELECTION The Esllmated amounl or amounls of money and the lax Tale or rates believed to be required lot the lupport and minlenance ol the schools RiDlev Public Schd rk;I No. 1-3  ..... 2eyrie THE ESTIMATED NEEDS FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO MAINTAIN A LEGAL TERM OF SCHOOL FOR THE ENSUING SCHOOL YEAR: Inslrucflon (Regul4u end Exceplon Education) .............................. $ 1,196.97 !. Support Services: Slu.l= ................................................. $ 88e l 1 ]. Instruction SlalI ............................................. $ General Admmistraton ......................................... $ ql _.(3137 _ SchOOl Admin.ilreflon ....... .: . ................................. $ ] :2 ] . t( 7 susi,es= ................................................. $ 36;77_7= Slunl Trensportalt0n ......................................... Cenlral .................................................. $ __-m.'J Olher StJppon Sorves ......................................... $ --[UUU_ Ch'|d Nulrilion Pmgranls Ope, alions .................................... $ -'-(k Commumty Servces Op@rali)$ .................................. . .... $ Facililtes Acquisition a,J Consltuclton Services "  _.--..-- .Q... , 0ull ................................................. ; __-nL Other Ust:s ............................................... , ____+_.v.. i. rla c,,,,i E,I,, .................................................... :. .._003,__l;_. fqttt,l for I1'=1 ............................. ; ........  .'?U-- ..... 3. Totnl E.l,mat'J Hee,Js horn General Fund .................................... $ ..0...7... IS,n OI Iteiu I A :) TIlE ESTIMATED INCOME FOR THE GENERAL FUND FROM SOURCES OTItER THAN DISTRICT AO VALOREM TAXS: 4 ProbRble t)alwce on hstd, iI/my, 81 tl)e close ot presem .h('al yea=" .................. $ 1 = , 000- 5 Eel,reeled ,ncome horn Coumy 4 will law for the 9/95 __ I;sc.l year ........... $ ..-.- 6 Esl,nated incoma flora Stle Aid .................................... $1-J..JJ.A...i-'-. ' E:;hm'H,d ,wome h,'n.i ,:.Ill Olr mscel|neo*s teve,")oe ............. '.  , . ,  .,...3,27,-LD... 8 ] Dial o'31mateO income other man dlSlrCt ad veto.tern lax for the ensuing licat year ................ $ . 8 ].j._,&.2. (SUO.I ol Ilem5 4. . 6, & 7) 9. Balacu toqu, eo to  faiseO tfor.i1 District ztd vatorem txes ............................ S ..... J.J .7. (Item 3 .in, zuS Ilem 8) 10. inCo tho *.1 assessed ,.,.'1 uat on of he sch,Jo ."J slr ct S $_-...-Zt..J. -.- ....... n ad vnlrm l:lx levy of 35 mdls would 130 required to finance the prehmmary e'tm.iale ol need,; mr cutrrrll ,.nn,;e, as neeineoove set Iorfh Ioi W=l etSt,*tg hCll yea ...... 35_ MItts (tl;rn 9 ;ltvzded by vhtalion) 1  LRS aulh)nzed levies not .iequirJoQ lha app.,el.hi ,l lhe SChOOl dtstncl ,tPCTCrS 20 M.,S ;./ClrltlOYat r,uml3f Ot mills Doodad to rTtUt| I|U :!et3u50I the SCt')ot f'trll.iCi (r curlent expenses from tte I.9opral VttE ESTIMATED AMOUNT NEEDED FOR ERECTING, REMODELING, OR REPAIRING SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND FOR PURCHASING FURNITURE FOR THE ENSUING YEAR TO BE PROVIDED FOR FROM THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OUtLONG FUND: ! Erecting, rmmdeting or lepairlng sctol IuiI,J,(js, lu|mlure and equip.inenl ............. $ .L.=--- 2. Requ|rcd for mlerest ...........................................  .__-..0__- 3 Total eslinalc.o nee(is to be hnancucI n,jm '.h.:  ,,dtnq lend ...................... '5 _/-L,L2/-i .... (Sum of Items I & 2) ........................................ $ --- Tt4E ESTIMATED INCOME AND SOURCES FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT SUILDING FUND: 4 P,oi)abl, balance on hm,d. ,I any. al close o# F)"3se' f:sc;.iI ,.e" .................... $ .-+.Q_.- =J E,limnlml ini":'ome from nlher ntir,+* ....... " ..................... $ ._.,..:-.._.U-, , 8 Tolal esllmaP:l accumulations and other ir.Cm. ................................... $ __.,000._ (Sum ot Ilems 4 & 5)  .a,.co,.i.u,, to e ,,o,,om d,s,|  ,,:,,.. ,.es .............................. T_::2:6_--. 2:-:'_-. (Item 3 n,nus flem 6) .............................................. ===:L-= 8, A.I ad v,tk.rn I,;,,, |ey ol 5 mills will be 'equi.ied Io meet tile ),,ec;s OI thO aS'aCl bu|l(,.Itg tend Ic the 1994/1995 year (Nol IO exceed 5 Mdl) 5 M,dS An election is t|ee'Uy called for Ihe purpose oI votir On Ihe question of mak,,ng Ihe loilowiJ I,vs lOT which an estimated need is heremabove :hewn, and for lhe election of the Board of Educ31ton members IOftice NO.  and Oil|ca No ...... tries, Dents ol the School Elect,on {)|r, lrlS NO. -- end ) Filing panDa December ----6 tO Decem0et ]99 . , ffo|n 8:00 a.in. IO 5.00 p.m Emorgency Levy 5 Mills 8u,k:ling Fund Levy 5 Mills Local SupOorl Levy l0 Mdis Sau|electk3ttlobhklalregularvm.ingaceswithn:hescnooldslrionJruarY 8, 193 IIwuenlhehousm__TJ.Q.O 4,)d  A seopdJNeCtO., il3efesSary, wdl be held o|.i i 1 . I qq rr.r Board ol di'lton 1o._. j-C ...... School Dist.iiCl No. '.3  al .... ]ayne County, Oklahoma 3,-x.,,/'.,__,.z," z.v - ,.. uy ...... -  .- " . ,. - .(The Iollowtn cer|lflcate z(ull be exeCUted only on ms cogy of the notice relamed by the Clk of the 8od of I;ducaidand the copy to be IlkKI with r 0o00= =.... 0-....-o o, ,...---.,., o,.. :.- l I I i ' I I Ill illllllli IIIIIIIIII i I I ] I I II]11 JlJll , m=GAm ._-i O'Rellly Automotive, supplles, 37.05;1233, Sooner Alrgas, Dist. 3 supplies, 163.41; 1234,Stillwater Equipment, supplies, 23.16; 1235,Walmart, supplies, 16.42; 1261, Oklahoma State Industries, Road Closed Siqns, 280.00; 1306, Kinder Dozer, trucklnq services, 2880.00; 1320, Oklahoma State Industries, signs, 588.00; 1330, Stewart Stone, 1 1/2" crusher run, 3996.80; 1334, Quapaw Company, HMHL, 2001.13; 1349, Harrle O11 Company, Misc. Parts,443.25; 1351, Harris Oil Company, Tires, 545.08; 1369, Coastal Refining, MC800, 3395.79; 1372, Coastal Refining, MC800, 3497.20,1383, Max's Muffler, Repair , 145.00; 1384, Coastal Refining, MCB00, 3030.54; 1385, Coastal Refining, MC800, 3502.32;1389, Harris O11 Company, Dist. 1 tires, 145.20; 1400, Kinder Dozer, Trucking services, I057.50; 1421, Harris Oil Company, Fuel, 7086.25; 1423, Harris Oil Company, fuel, 205.50; 1428, Continental Concrete,concrete, 424.00; 1431, Stewart Stone, 1 1/2" crusherrun, 3981.00; 1432, Narrls Oil Company, O11,387.20; 1433, Herren Muffler, Repair radiator, 45.00; 1450,Doleee, Diet. 3 concrete, 343.35; 1454, Willlam B. Gipson, Contract labor, 600.00; 1460, Industrlal First Aid, supp11es, 18.65; 1461, Harrle O11 Company, tlres,1510.16; 1462, T & W Tires, tires, 272.52;1464, Joe Kolb, Clay fill, 2860.00; 1465, Clmarron Glees ComlNlny, glees, 320.69; 1482, Ok. Dept.Transportation,Lease Payments, 4316.77; 1489, Railroad Yard, lumber, 400.00; 1500, T & W Tires, tlree, ,530.56; 1502, Stillwater Newepress, Notice to bidders, 22.55;1504, Ok. Dept. of Transportation, lease payments,5530.14; 1525, T & W Tiree,tlree, 1077.12; 1660, City of Cushing, Utilities, 476.61; 1667, A T & T, long distance, 95.46; 1674, Arkansas Loulslena Gas, gas billing, 62.54; 1676, Dart Equipment, Notorgrader leaee,2500.O0; 1690, Ok. Employment Security, 3rd tr. Unemployment,580.14; 1695, Carl Moreland, Travel ,291.97;1696, Ok. Dept. of Public Safety, License renewal, 5.00;1723, Dart Equipment, Motorgrader lease payments, 2500.00;1726, Southwestern Bell Telephone, long distance,47.06; 1735, Ok. Dept. of Publlc Safety, License renewal, 5.00.ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: 437, Cowboy Copy Centre, Typesetting , 115.20; 1248, Cowbo Copy Centre, October blanket, 57.00; 1249, Connecting Point, supplies, 120.00; 1250,Walmert, suppllee, 61.87; 1252, Stillwater Typewrlter,October blanket, 103.95; 1289, Caravan Books, Computer book,39.95; 1699, Csrolyn Thompson, Travel ,162.42;1700, Cushing Daily Citizen, Subscription, 60.00. HEALTH DEPARTMENT: 1238, Cushing Office Supply, publlcatlone,18.00; 1240, Charles Frazler, services, 30.00; 1243, Merrlfleld Office Supply, supplles, 25.04; I244, Stillwater Medical Center, supplles, 169.54; 1246, Walmart, su[llas, 23.49; 1247, Walmart, supplles, 104.05; 1293,Northwest Inn, Yvonne Stltes, 35.00; 1341, Grlmsley's,supplles, 444.56; 1401, Grlmeley's, supplles, 93.90; 1560, Janlce Norrls, Travel 34.56; 1561, Yvonne Stiles, Travel ,150.47;1652, Katherine Larson,. Travel , 5S.64; 1653,Betty Wright, Travel,4.16; 1654, John Qulnn,Travel ,56.96; 1655, Robin Roof, Travel, 24.48; 1669, Razook's Drug, Flu vacclne,97.60; 1678, Barbara Morgan, Travel , 77.76;1679, Joyce Rupp, Travel ,1706, City of Stillwater, MD utilltles, 1342.32; 1707, Laurie Brown, Travel, 44.88; 1708, Loll June Galther, Travel, 48.00; 1709, Roberts Kay Weggoner, Travel , 40.32; 1710, Roberts NcWhlrt, Travel ,149.04; 1711, Rhonda Smith, Travel ,17.28; 1712,Sharron Breaker, Travel , 46.80; 1713, American Paging, Pager service, 101.70; 1714, Southwestern Bell Telephone,services, 180.37; 1746, Cushing Regional Hospital, Chest X-Ray, 30.00; 1747, Ok. Dept. of Human Servloes,SB Data Circuit, 35.20; Ok. State Dept. of Health, Payroll,23762.00; 1749, Southwestern Bell, phone servlces,479.62; 1750, Southwestern Bell, 28.56; 1751, Southwestern Bell, phone mervice,499.90; 1752, Oklahoma Natural Gae,utilltles,40.86; 1753, City of Cushing, utilltlee 186.20;1754, Long Distance Savers, Telephone billing, 789.71;1760, Delorls Fowler, Nursing Services, 518.32; 1766, Kelly Grlfflth, Travel , 210.32; 1767, Lisa Cundiff, travel, 43.20; 1768, Dian England, Social work services, 280.00; 1770, Stillwater Medical Center, Clerical support, 322.52; 1771, Stillwater Medical Center, Clerlcal support, 58.64. 92-93 F SHERIFF SERVICE FEEt 4297, Bradley P1umblng, Install Shop Heater, 1320.00; 4597, Gage Western Btore,Suer uniform hats, 270.00. 93-94 FY SHERIFF SERVICE FEE:IT28, Stillwater cellular, Mobile service, 160.54. TREASURER MTG. CERT TAX FEE: 1758, Southwestern Bell, Modem llne servlce,39.95; Southwestern Bell, Fsx phone llne, 43.09. DA REVOLVING FORFEITUREFUND= 1701, Jim's Truck Center, Towing Fee, 25.77;1702, ` Roach Automotlve Vehlcle repairs, 254.00. SELF IHSURANCE FUND: Ceoil's Computer, Treasurer's computer system, 62551:00;Orthopedlc & Sports Medicine, Workman's Comp., 66.12. DA DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE: 1673, Correctlonal Counseling Services,5190.O0. RECESSED MEETING The Chairman recessed the meeting untll 9t00 a.m. , November 19. The Chalrman called the =eetlng bark to order at 9:00 a.m. November 19. Mr. Gerald Bradshaw wax present to address the Board concerning the Budget Board proposal. Bradehaw asked for more of an explanatlon of the Budget Board procedure and how the ealarles for elected officials are funded. comimsionerMorelantxplenedl:he et boEd would require all elected offlcslm to serve on the board and have a vote. Moreland stated the elected offlclals minlmuN and maximum salarles are eat by State Statute. Moreland stated he felt a budget board would brlr more harmony to the operatlone of the county. Moreland explalned thst the budget board can be dissolved if It does not york for Payne County. Bradehaw asked who was opposlngthebudget board. Moreland stated the opposition he es received is from the Extension. Cook stated thst under the budget board the Extension and Falrboard would not be represented. They voul present their budget to the Budget Board. Cook felt the budget board would put monies into salarles. Bradehaw stated the cltlzens of Paine. County authorized the Co=missioners to spend an addltlonal $1.5 mi111on per year for the next 5 years. M encoursged the Board to keep the citizens ,, m m informed of the expenditures and budgeting. Mr. Dave Hesse1, voiced hls support for the budget board. stated the elected offlclale are directly linked to the If they don't respond to the majority voice they will accountable In the next e/ectlon. Ns. Pauline Hooper, also supported the budget board. She sta the elected offlclale were elected by the people and should h a voice in the budget. She stated she felt the elected official were under paid. She expressed concern that Mr. James Matlo Fairgrounds Superintendent, be given consideration for a tale Commissioner Moreland agreed, however, the Fair Board has cont over that salary. Mr. Andy Maclula, stated he has always been concerned that Co offlclals have beenglven reeponalbilltles without authority. budget board will glve the elected offlclals some authority. elected offlclale you should respond to the need. As for th, year llmltatlon on the sales tax, the county should not operate County on anticipation that in 5 years we have more problems. Falrboard and Extension have an eetabllshed budget for 5 years the sales tax monlse and no other department has that They will be able to prove themselves In the next five Maclula supported the budget board. Commissioner Mltchell stated that letters have been sent to Citizen's Advisory Committee to ask their contlnued partlcl] in serving as an Overelght Committee for the budget expenditures of sales tax onles. Mr. Ray Nettles, voiced hls support for a budget board. He there are adequate checks and balances. The Excise Board is an active board. The State Auditor and Inspectors office continue to audit the funds as before. The Clerk presented the contract with Kolb Bulldozlng for repair of the Box culvert located one mile East of Coyle Road SH 33, then 1.4 miles M of SH 33, then .2 miles East on road. The contract is in the amount of $24,250.00. Cook made motion to approve the oontract. Moreland seconded. carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented cash appropriations: Sheriff Board Prisoners, 1369.50; Mechanic Lien Fee, 288.16; SIF, 625.85; 300.00; Co Assessor Visual Inspection, 66.55; Highway 500.48; Sheriff Service Fee, 8700.00; DA Forfeiture, 850.( Prlmary Road, 6392.15; DA Drug ,& Alcohol Abuse Treatment, 5210.( Cook made the motion to approve the transfers. Noreland Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Clerk presented transfers: District Attorney, M&O to Operations, 767.07, postage; General Government, M&O to 500.00, computer printer. The Clerk presented utillty permit from Transok Pipellne, 3" natural gas llne in 6" casing; Installed by boring or cross road approx. 3 miles N of 33 at Coyle Road; 660" W of NE sac 26-18N-1E. $50.00 fee. The Clerk presented the Contract with Kolb Bulldozlng for the cu/vert as approved by the Board on Noveder 15. Moreland made motion to flnallze the contract as presented. Cook Motion carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye; Mitchell, aye. Mr. Rick Grampp and Me. Jackle Cerllson , Mutual Administrators, Inc, Third Party Administrators, provided the wlth a detailed explanatlon of the Health Insurance submitted by them.for Payne County. The MAA is a partially funding insurance Prormm for the County. The Board agreed table any decision on health insurance untll November 30. Cook made the motion to adjourn. Moreland seconded. carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, eye; Mitchell, aye. -SMirrl Schief#r County Clerk b all PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSION Special Session Never 17, 1993 The Payne County Board of Commlsslonere met in a Special Mee' Wednesday, November 17, 1993. Hotlce of the meeting was made posting an agenda st room101, Courthouse, Stillwater, OKon November 15, 1993. The followlng were present; Mr. Carl More Vice-Chalrmen; Mr. Jimmle Dee Cook, Member, Core Lee Deputy County Clerk. The Vce-Chalrman, Carl Moreland, called the meeting to order. The Deputy Clerk presented bid 94-45, Printed Forms, Bogus I) Merchant Form; 2) brochures; 3) stickers; 4) etlckers; voucher, blue 6) vouchers, green; 7)voucher, green ; ali thousand Frontier Prlntere 2) 61.73 Stllwater r 2) 71.40 3) na 4) 82.25 5) 147./2 6} 147.12 7) 147.12 OK Quality Printers 1) 93.35 Stillwater, OK 2) 94.00 3) 68.8O ANTE] 4) 136.35 5) nb I FOR 6) nb  547-5: 7) nb Fenton's Office I) 47.95 Stillwater 2} 112.00 3) 98.70 4) 138.70 5) 85.50 , 6) 85.50 7) S5.S0 " " bath. The Board remanded the bids to the Distrlct Attorney  on H evaluation. The District Attorney recommended the followlngact L. per item: Item 1,2,4, Frontier Prlntere; Item 3, OK Quay. 12/1( Prlntlng; Item 5,6,7, Fenton'e Office Supply. Cook made the moL ..... to accept the reco=mendatlon. Moreland seconded. Motion carrier "=''" Cook, aye; Moreland, aye. tlobileh Cook made the motion to adjourn. Moreland seconded. 201 1 carried: Cook, aye; Moreland, aye, t o_ BY: C. Stewart, uspuc Plus Size Womens Apparel 00orontomn - tillroate00 1547-28 SIRLOIN TIPS Reg, $6.69