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    National Potato Letter ....
Early Spud Outlook Good
In West; US Market Slow
Disappearance of 1st crop pota
toes continue at .'fair pace despite
the wind-up of the export deal. In
formation on stock remaining ta
meagre and largely guesswork, but
supplies appear of manageable vol
ume from now on, partly because
foreign shipments drained off just
enough and partly because the
early crop In some sections Is light
and late. Even Maine should have
a chance to get out from under by
' about mid-May.
Among the early states, Califor-
.. nla Is a standout for yield and qual
ity, both of which appear to be
high, Prospects In Louisiana are
not so good due to cold wet weath
er. Same Is generally true of north
Florida iHastlnnsi, Alabama and
' Q: i Carolines. So far. only the Flor
id i area is badly hurt by early
Mies. Other secilons are retarded,
wllh some diunuge to seed pieces
ami stands, and considerable leach
iiw of fertiliser In hlRh-rainfall dis
tricts. Season Is working around to
a sort of accordion squeese on mar
kctliigs, which will begin later in
the Southeast and Gulf areas and
then bump Into the movement from
areas farther north which have a
better chance of full recovery, we
think the actual sise of the crop
will not be far out of line, but pile
ups may cause temporary surpluses.
Movement
Shipments last week nearly held
their own, declining only 191 cars i
In total while government cars de- j
ellned by 268. This makes a net 1
commercial Increase of 77 cars for 1
the week. Maine fell below 3000 cars
for the first time In several weeks, i
moving only 2593. Idaho stayed high ,
with B30 cars, followed by bold !
your hats California, with 8S6 new :
and 88 old crop cars. Red River ;
valley turned out 404. and Texas 392. ;
Only other states over 100 cars were
Colorado, Michigan and New York. :
Not. that early shipments were 21
per cent of the total, and from only
two states. Also, that all early ship
ments to date are less than half of
the number up to this time last
season. Early crop should beg n
to dominate the market by early
May.
Demand and Markets
Only five markets reported last
week, one of them for the last time
this season. Maine had a slow de
mand turning good, the market firm
to strong and prices up slightly at
16 rente over floor for Green Moun
tains, and 20 cents over floor for
Katahdln type. Upstate New York
demand ruled moderate but Improv
ing, the market slightly stronger
and prices up to 10 cents at a
nickel over the floor. North Dakota
Red River vallev demand has been
very slow, the market about steady,
with too few sales to establish a
market, Texas demand is reported
moderate to fair, the market steady,
prices unchanged at 65 cents over
the floor. California (early) demand
has been slow to very good, the mar
ket steady after Its mid-week dive,
but with prices down 60 cents at
40 cents over the floor. Kern coun
tv movement has been too fast to
maintain their $3.00 price Ideas.
j,aina hMTAii tnn Mrlv and
niau, u'Pn"'B
we think quality is a factor.
GEORGE (S
WOOD
SiMnsiHt? km M SIStSL
sVA roMt THAT J!JJ?!S Z
insums us ackstJ JT.vy
M.iIiii
Saturday,
May 3
Music by
Pappy Gordon
Dancing 10 Till 2
Admission 11.00
Chicago terminal reports mostly
sliow a very slow demand for old
stock, the market dull and mostly
weaker, but with some strength
Monday and Tuesday. For new
stock, demand has been slow to
good, Uie market about steady to
firm. New York reported dull and
weaker for old westerns, steady
after strengthening on other old of
ferings: new, dull and weaker. At
lanta held steady on all stock: Bin
ton, about steady to stronger on
old, dull to about steady on new:
Detroit, old mostly firm, new about
steady; Minneapolis, only one re
port, shows old dull, new steady:
Philadelphia, old about steady, new
mostly steady to slightly weaker.
San Francisco, on old stock held
steady, with not much change In
trai'kholdings from the previous
week.
Thhisa To Watch
tleurlnits on program fur agricul
ture were begun by the house agri
culture committee this week. We
all hope for a sound, progressive
long-range program, but It is doubt
ful whether such will be forthcom
ing at this session. It's just too
complex to expect a quick solution.
Potatoes have a big stake In the
outcome,- since price supiwrt mar
keting and by-product ut titration
arc bound to gel attention. Could
wish 1946 had been a different sort
of season as It Is bound to affect
thinking In congress in shaping fu
ture programs.
Odds arc that little. If any, funds
will be made avullable for the Mar
keting Keseuivh AcU Reasons are
confused, not all for economy. Spud
men had hoHd for a start on
long-term plan of research alined
at better quality, better marketing,
better ul ill tat loll of low grades and
surplus 111 by-product outlets. Ad
mirable objectives, and not gener
ally opposed. But looks like poor
start or no start this year.
As we have sntd before, potato
prices are high. The 1947 early crop
support prices are 30 cents over the
1946 late crop suniMirt basts, and
late crop price support In 1947 will
be on a July 1 parity basis, which
Is bound to be still liher. Looks
as though we are spiralling up con-
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION
NOTtCE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the legal voter of School Dlitrict No. 1, of Klamath County. Slat of Oregon, that a
special budget election will be held within the boundaries of aid dUtrtct, at the Fremont School Hulldlni located at 715
Htih Street, in Klamath Falls. Oregon, on the 12th day of May, 1H47, from the hour of two o'clock p. m . to the hour of
even o'clock p. m . to vote on the question 'I of Increasing the amount of the tax levy In said School Dlstrtst No. 1 fur
the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1947. and ending on the 30th day of June, IMS, on the taxahl property within said
District, more than v over the tax levy for the preceding year, and lit of adopting or rejecting the following budget
of estimated expenditures for said district tor said fiscal year.
The reasons for increasing auch levy are: .
1. Increased cost of instruction t Increased cost of operation
3. Increased cost of equipment and eupplte Public Employee Retirement Act requirements
AdMt: A. W. HKSTON E. S. ROBINSON
District Clerk Chairman Board of Directors
Sefcedate I Estimate; Receipts and Available Cask "Balance
General Fund
Estimated Receipts from Delinquent Taxes, approxi
mately 5V of current year's levy
County School Fund -
State Aid
State Irreducible School Jund ........
State Fund for Handicapped Children .
Sale of Supplies. Property and Equipment
, Rentals -
t Cafeterias
I Other Sources
13,300 00
lo4.UM.73
lH.Wt OO
a.nou wi
l.OOO DO
it 0 OO
1 .Bio mi
41.047 no
73 UO
Total Estimated Receipts
Estimated Avauitut casn ttaiance .
i Total Estimated Receipts and Available Cash Balance .
Scbedaie U Geaeral Fee
I GENERAL CONTROL
L Personal Servic
1. Superintendent
a. Clerk
. Office Assistants
4. Compulsory education and census .
a. Bonus .
X. Supplies - .
X Elections and publicity ..
4, Legal service, audit, clerk's bond. etc.
9. Other Expense
g. Totals. General Control
Estimated Budget Detailed
Expenditures Allowance Expenditures
1147-4 1944-47 1943-44
S 360000 9 3.033 00 9 2.000 04
3UU0OO 1730 00 1.74996
2.873 OO a.3UO 00 3.20J 81
1.000 00 3.X100 1.047 U
400 OO
goo no jooo tm m
1.10 00 13O0O 27s UB
BOO 00 MO 00 5O0 00
430 00 430.00 271 14
t 11.67300 $ 9.723 00 I 9.00131
Expenditures
IJ INSTRUCTION Sepervlslea
1. Personal Service
1. Principals
! Supervisors
X Office Assistants
4. Bonus . - - -
I. Supplies -
a. Other Expense
4. Total, Instruction. Supervision
$ 11.17 OO
13.373 Alt
f 4.940. 00
3O0 00
230 00
9 13. Ml 73
9.72H OO
3.23O00
1. 900 00
230 OO
130 00
30.I3S.7S
g 13.964 74
2.700 03
2.717 73
39 60
130.74
m INSTRUCTION Teach lug
L Personal Service
L Teachers . .
X Substitute Teachers
X Home Instruction
4 Librarian
3. Bonus
OH. DON'T MIND MY HUSBAND. HE LOVES TO
PRETEND HE'S BUSHWACK1N6 THROUGH THE JUNGLES!
Don't .v.rl.asl y.vr wiring system. Whia
build r modernize pr.vld. ADIOIM7I W(JN0.
ELECTRICAL DEALERS OF KLAMATH FALLS
w Casxa
I Wear J
y v
Sport Coats
Generously cut, all wool coats In th
season's newest shades and fabrics.
Whether you desire a Glen Plaid, an
Overplald or a Tweed, you will And
Just the style here.
SLACKS
A beaut(lul assortment of all wool
Coverts, Bedford Cords and light
weight slacks are in stock now.
For Your New Spring Outfit
Ss Drew's Complete Stock of Smart Clothing
DREW'S MANSTORE "
733 Main fhon. 3463
Yes . . .
At DREW'S
X. Library Supplies and Repairs .
3. Instructional Supplies .
4. Textbooks - ,.
y Summer Recreation ...... .........
5. Other Expense -
$033.4-11 23
3.0O0 OO
4.700.00
300 00
. 6.3O0 00
11,000.00
9318.342 23
4.0011 OO
4.000 00
1.000 00
18.200 OO
31m no
4.00000
7.926 00
SO 00
9188,449 40
4.133 OJ
' 4.270 31
1.727 31
SOS 37
4.301 40
7.844 30
600 00
1X80
1200,872 32
FV OPERATION OF PLANT
L Personal Service
1. Janitors . .
X Bonus i
3. Supplies . .
Fuel .
4. Lifht and Power
9. water
, Telephone -
7. Laundry and Garbage .
8. other EJipense .
9. Totals, Operation of Plant ....
2, 4O0 00
lO.fXX) 00
4,000 00
l.Hoo.tm
BOH 00
8O0 00
73 00
9 w .ooo no
3.3i0 00
2.000 )0
in.wx) 00
4, (MM) OO
1 Hon x
(KM) OO
doooo
73.00
I 46.325.00
1.700 10
8.4.16 27
4.4HI 117
1.H27.12
743(17
4U.I 3B
26.34
V -MAINTENANCE AND BE PA IRS
L Personal Service
1. Engineer and Assistant .
z. Bonus .
3. Furniture and Equipment
J. Buildings
4, Grounds
9. Other Expense ,
3.303 00
16.400.00
3,400.00
i 4,240 OO
300 00
1.370 00
1404 00
l.tUS.OO
838 44
13.974 08
BOO 87
3.00
t. ToUls, Maintenance and Repairs
VI AH IX I ART AGENCIES
L Health Service
1. Personal Service
1. Nurse
' 2. Bonus -
X Supplies
3. Physical Examinations
S. Transportation of Pupils
1. Personal Service Bus Drivers
2. Supplies -,, ..,
3. Bus Repairs r- - ,-,
s. uareiena
L Personal Service
1. Manager and Cooks
2. Bonus ... ,- r ,
X Supplies
3. Equipment
1.11000
30000
300.00
38.823 00
3.322 30
1.9) 00
200 00
73 00
223 00
780.00
300 OO
7.728 .88
12.474 00
1.973O0
2S.82.T 00
3353.00
1.980 00
37.17
347 78
2 1X1
94 63
S16 70
338.71
4. Totals, Auxiliary Agencies
VII FIXED CHARGES
L Insurance
X Public Employes Retirement Requirements .
a 3. Totals, Fixed Charges
I 3,828 20
24.133 20
S 1.61738
16J14 03
VIU Capital Oatlays
L Mew Sites j.
1 New Bulldincs
3. Alteration of buildings 'not repairs
4. New furniture and equipment
m. uuier capital ouuays
L Library books
3 Improvement of Grounds
. Totals, Capful Outlays
7. 033. 00
24411. 50
1.800 00
3.100.00
f 5.000.00
18.000.00
10470.00
18,650.60
1.800 Oft
6.735.00
3441 36
13.055.84
IX DEBT SERVICE NON-BONDED
L Interest
3. Totals, Debt Service
EMERGENCY
9 7.500.00
GRAND TOTALS, Schedule II
Scbedale HI Seminary ef Estimates ef Expenditures. Receipts and Available Cask Balance, and Tax I, t vies
General Fund
Total estimated expenditures .
Deduct: .
Total estimated receipts and available cash balances 'Schedule It
612,327.76
300.348 75
Amount to be raised by taxation ..jt...
Add:
Estimated amount of taxes that will not be collected during
fiscal year, approximately 5t of tax levy
$311,981.01
13.599.05
Total estimated tax levy 9327,880.06
Dated: April 14, 1947
Signed: A. W. HESTON,
District Clerk
Z. S. ROBINSON.
Chairman, Board of Directors
Approved by Budget Committee, April 14. 1947
Signed: HOWARD BARNHISEL,
Secretary
E. S. ROBINSON,
Chairman
OKNKRAL INFORMATION
Statement ef Indebtedness, Bond and Interest Fund and Special Improvement Funds
I BOND AND INTEREST FUND ' "
Bonded Indebtedness: Bonds outstanding July 1, 1947 Principal . ...i:)7,0O0.OO
Interest requirements .......,. 15,305.00
Total Indebtedness 91534B3O0
Reserve: Investment In U. S. Treasury Series "C" Bonds 9 70,000.00
Cash In hands of County Treasurer July 1, 1947
estimated . M , 27.500 00
Total Reserve 97,500.00
Balance to be raised by taxes n 9 50,085.00
Tax Levy for Fiscal Year July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948 $ 31,000.00
II SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT FUND SERIAL LEVY ) 0-Year Serial Levy 9100.000.00 approved at special
t election held June 10, 1944
Tax receipts to April 1, 1947 w 9 56,033.89
Interest and Premium on Investments u 807.50
Total Receipts 9 57,441.39
Less Expended - 9,793.26
Balance on Hand ;... 9 47.648.13
Tax Levy for Fiscal Year July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1948 9 20,000.00
III MILLS SCHOOL SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT FUND
SERIAL LEVY
) 3-Year Serial Levy 9100,000,00 approved at
) special election held May 23, 1946.
Tax receipts to April 1, 1947 ,
(No Expenditures)
9 42, IBB, 89
itnntly in the fuel of vvhut wo nil
know to be Rii Ii.f.ntmi ettURtloii.
Prices geiiornlly, Aiut foot, prlcrs In
pitrttculttr, may lull. II iTtnt Imp
pens. ennnumer price idrna wilt thy
nwity fiom to 6 cent poUtoca.
If that happens, the country'! ueetls
on terms of whnt It will buy ut to
tluy'n lulccN will drop. A crop of
3(V0 million bushels, pi-e-war short
nwo, iniuht turn out to be s sur
plus, if we turn out 400 million
IIKRAt.O NEWS, Klsmsik Falls. Ore. THt'RSU Y, Msy I, UAT. se Fewftss
Kcno Church Eyes
Community Holl
The Keno HuptlHt cluirrh Huiultty
sctuml tofiether with other residents
of the Weyerlmeuner, falrhsvnn end
Keno roftd nren, sre tutklnii plnitR of
bushels, a very real iKMulblllty, whst
then?
uMmu Die Keno dance lull s com
muiuty hall.
The hnll would be available for
Hoy Mcout inretlnus, woiuen cluh
ineetluiiN. roller Bkullng rlidt
other sctlvltles.
nubile ineetlitB to ritsnuM
iMMilbllity f i out all itimles, will ha
held this Krlduy itt H pin. In the
Keno school hoiine. Kveryune in the
district Is urued to come and have
his any In the matter.
or
Olllt J
thls
I It.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION
NnriCB ! IIVIIVIIV niVVM U It.. t.l ltnlnH lllh lhAnl Ill.lrlnl Mn a tt HlK.i.lh (SiilitlV Ml.l- .. r.
ton, that a special huilst election will he held with the boundaries of said UUirlit' at Kismsih t'oloi. Illsh Mrhwil, si
Alameda and Wall Streets, In Klamath rails. Osefon, on the Hill itav of May, 1947, from Hie hmir of two o't'lork p m le
the hour of seven o'clock p. m. to vtite on the question ih of liu'ivaslna the atnmmt of (he i Isvy to said t'nhm iUuh
School District for the fiscal year beslnnlng July 1, IS4T, and eliding on toe 30lh dav of Juitv, HUit. on ttis tasahle proitarty
within said District, more than over the tas levy for Ihe preceding year, and J' of ailoplliig or rejecilng the folluwing
budget of aiimated expenditures for said district for said fiscal year,
The reasons for Increasing such levy are:
1. Increased cost of Instruction
3. Increased vost of equipment and supplies
Attest! A. W. 11 EATON
Dislrlet Clerk
I Increased cost of operation
4 I'Ublio Employes Itetlteineill lequlienisnls
Nri.HON nrri)
Chalttnan tluaid of Directors,
Scksesis I Kslimalsd Rsssisls sag Available Calk Ralsnesi
(Jsitsral fund
Kstlinated receipts from
Delinquent Taxes, approximately t of current levy
Vocational Kiluratlou
Tulltnn Adult Class ., M ,,., ,
Tuition Huntmer Hchool ., . MB,
Hales of Supplies, Properly and equipment , ...
Cafeteria . . ,
Hecreatlon Committee, Reimbursement Light, Power and Water ,
Other Sources ....-............,
Hritals
State Aid ... ,.
Total Estimated Receipts
Kstimaud Cash Malanre ..
I 14.VK1 (HI
. 4.omt tm
4 HI (Ht
;iini im)
I.iumi no
IH WMI fMI
,VU IKI
UMI INI
:to tu
90.S.U US
.. 91,-tu S4.t tm
Total Estimated Hsceipts and Available Cash Balance
Schsdale II Otntral read II ma led lieeaallaies
I (it. N Kit A L CONTROL '
I. Personal service
I. Superintendent
9. Clerk .
1 Oflgice Assistants
4 Compulsory education and census ,
9. Bonus ....-..
1 Supplies .
3 Elections and publicity ,
4 Lesal service, audit, clerk's bond. tU. .
9. Ulher expense HV ....
. Totals. General Control
Estimated It u.l h I lelalled
Expenditure Alloweore Kapentlllures
1147 -48 UiB 47 1UU iO
9 a.anooo 9 a.ooo 9 a 00013
IOOOOO I.TMIOU T4D'M
l.BU 00 3 .Usual nl
fttNMHI JJO H
4al OO
atxi 00 aai 00 aio 41
ISO 00 11 mi .til .10
StHl 00 XM on si .i 00
43000 4HI UU 3U IS
9 lo.srrsoo 9 i.7iaoo 9 g s13 j?
Kaprndliure
9
II INSTRtTTION Saearvlslea
I. Personal Service
1. Principal .
1. Supervisors
9 Office AssUtanU
4 Him us
t Supplies -
1 Commencement Expense
4 Other expense
8. 0000
3.713 00
7.UIO0U
tuono
SAo 00
3U0U0
4 41 J SO
2 7J1 XI
5 MJ OO
.U 00
TlOUO
SiWIISJ
jiaiuo
771
1141 oj
277 41
9. Totals, Instruction, Supervision
tie INHTRt'CTION Tesrhlag
1. Personal service
1. Teachers and C "aches
2. Subetitule Teachers
3. Home Ina true lion .,
4 Library service
9. Additional Teachers
4. Summer School
Bonus .
9. Library Supplies
3 Instructional Supplies
4 Other Expense Travel
9. Teal Books
4 Totals, Instruction. Teaching
917. t.14 It 913oil 14 $1 IS Ite M
S.aoo ou J oihi cai n in
aio on xinun isou
4(m 9.I0000 l.iouoo
Id soo on
3ou 00 mo 00 4o 00
t.BjXI 1X1
K 00 33 mi t ft
t 7ai OO 7.477 Oil 9 M4 17
goo uo sooo jin 31
oo nu
rat4,7ae is iisi.wjii ma jo3
IV or r: ration or PLANT
1. Personal service
I, Janitors ...
3 Ronus ,
Supplies .
X rue! ..
4 Light and Power
S. Water
5 Telephone
7. tisrtiage and 1-sundry ,
9. Other Expense
9 90.g4g 09
irzrj! 1 3.40000
I uo
S 300 on
3.4IH1 CM)
WlO HI
3.71X1 tx)
300 ou
g Totals, Operation of Plsnt
9 17 too OA
l,7tu on
9 010 00
a, mm 00
4 7i UO
3.4011 oil
Avion
l.JIXI (Ml
JUUUQ
9 i,7ft0 00
9 M.OU44,
I.1MBJ
3 UH SO
ft Mi4 3J
3.U.1 17
ato 7a
1.347 V
ta as
V ilAINTr NAM r AND REPAIRS
1. Personal Service
I. Engineer and Assistant
7 Bonus ,.,
3. Furniture end Equipment ...
3. Buildings . ,
4 Grounds -
9. Other Expense Misc. and Labor -
9. Totals, Maintenance and Repairs .
3, To 00
S.liooo
S,77 00
a, sua uo
00
100 IM
3 034 OO
4.4) 00
1.133 00
3. 3O0 00
S.U 04
l.'mit 3
4.4M 03
a,n;i.i 00
i.iao 4a
i
9 U .ooo oj
VI ACXIIJART AflENCIES
J. Health Service
1. Persons! Service
1. Nurse ................
3. Rnnus ...,.....
3. SuDDlles
Physical Exams
Tranportatlon of pupils
1. Personal Service
1. Bus Drivers
3 Ronus
a. Supplies
3. Repair of busses
4. nusses m
Cafeteria
1. Persons! Service
1, Cafeteria Manager
a. Cafeteria Cooks
3 BOnUS rTT r
a Supplies 1
3. Equipment .
4 Totals, Auxiliary Agencies
VII r IX ED CHARGES
1. Insurance ... ,..
1. Buildings and Equipment (Blanket) ,
3. Automotive , .L. ., ....
a. State Industrial Accident ,,-
4. Vault
9 Boiler .... ...
S. Retirement ..
9 l .MA 00 9 1,410 no
aoo (m
14100 1431X1
900 00 9.0UOUO
g. 443 00 9.470 00
Too IN)
3.4O0 00 3.0110 00
avmoo 3. .100 00
13.733 39 lg.443U3
1.147 90 1.135 00
3,saa 00 a.SHM no
ago 00
up taw la.u.pjofi
3,411 30 7J7 00
9 91 J43 33 9Ltt27"o3
130 31
130 W
I W13 10
4.011 79
14 70
13 00
9 I3-UM.12
1 .3O0 00
371 UO
400 no
as no
S3 (
13,300.00
3, Total, Plxed Charges
9 a. im m
H 3d
300 00
10.33a a
9 isWYf
9 S7 IS
71X1 S3
313 14
VIII ( APITAL OUTLAYS
1. New Sites .,
3 New Buildings
Alteration of buildings 'not repairs)
. New furniture and Equipment
New busses .
Other Capital Outlays
I. Library Rooks -
3. Improvement of Grounds
3 Other Expense
9 3 woo
20.354 00
SOO 00
9.473.00
, 9 .11 4011 on
40.JM 1
9 I KS') S
17. mi I 17
9.807 04
443 30
9.773.40
08 Ol
7. Total, Cspltal Outlays
IX DEBT SERVICE
1. Interest
a. Total Debt Service
9 900 00
108 OS
1O8O0
X EMERGENCY
9 7,300.00
XI NATIONAL DEFENSE
GRAND TOTALS, GENERAL FUND
94.11,8.19.70
Schedule HI Summary ef Estimates ef Expsndltares, Receipts, end Available Cask Balances, and Tsx Levies
General Fund
Total Estimated Expenditures ... 943I.B.1S70
Deduct:
Total estimated receipts and available cash balances (See Schedule I) -.... 141.04.1 OH
Amount t be raised by taxation M,w w.. 93H,R0173
Add:
Est! muted amount of taxes that will not be collected during
fiscal year, approximately 5"n of tax levy 14.494 38
Total estimated tax levy ... M......H.M...H..U,.,...H...W M .T04,1fl8 30
Dated: April 14, 1047
Signed: A W. HESTON,
District Clerk
NELSON tXKKt),
Chairman, Board of Directors
Approved by Budget Committee, April 14. 147.
Signed: K. O. KLA1IN, '
Secretary
NKLNON HERD,
GENERAL INFORMATION
Sislsment ef Indebtedness, Bund and Inlsrsst Fund, and Spsclal Improvement Fund
I BOND AND INTEREST FUND
Reserve Bonds At Interest Fund: Cash In hands of County Trans. estimated to July 1, IB47 ,. . 11II1H a ao 000 00
Investment In U. S, Treasury Series "C" Bonds no!o(W.oo
Total Bonds and Interest fund Tteserve
Indebtedness! Bonds outstanding as of July 1, 1047 ,H ... .,...J30.000 00
Interest Requirements , ..... .1.(10(1.73
Total Indebtedness - m,.
Estimated surplus In Bond and Interest Fund
No tax levy required for flical year July 1, 1947, to June 30, 1949
, 9 79,000.00
9:i, 0(18.79
gTviai.as
II SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT FUND SERIAL LEVY I 8-Year Levy of 9100,000.00 approved at Special Election
) June 37, 1044,
Tax receipts to April 1, 1047 H ,.,X 9171,070.13
Interest on Investments ., 3,03.1. ao
Total receipts ....... 9174.012.42
Less expenditures ,.......,. ...,........,.... ..,..., 7.333.00
Balance April 1, 1947 ...,.... WH HM . 9100,700.43
Cash on Hand 9 io.020.on
U. S. Treasury 2 Bonds at par ,.,W.M MH.M flO,(KM).oo
U. S. Treasury 3 Bonds at 103 3 40,l4(l.:i4
1 U. S, Treasury Series "C" Bonds at psr .H,..WWM 30, 000, 00
Total Cash and Investment n...HH.....WMHH. HHi,7((0.43
Tax Levy for Fiscal Year July 1, 1947 to June 30, 1048
A. 31; M. 1 No. 607 '
Tax Levy for Fiscal Year July 1, 1047, to Jung 30, 1048 , 90,
A. 21: M. INo. 808 ...... vw,
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