Building sold to Morris and Sol Brett- 24 May 1922
Sets City 17,000 When the property on Sixteenth street was sold by the city to Sol Brett and Morris Lenson it netted the sum of $17,000 for the city, and the assessment against the White Hall property amounted with interest to the sum of $10,257.75. It is expected that the quarter mill tax will net between between $16,000 and $18,000 to which will be added $2,200 paid by the First Baptist church, principal and interest on an assessment made in the Twelfth avenue opening. This makes a total of $46,000 for the use of the city in paying off its obligations. The following judgments will be paid off by Director W. M. C. Craine: The William Davis judgment for $6,250, or a saving of $312 in interest. This debt was incurred when the Seventh street bridge was erected. The Saupp & Herr judgement of $2,-099.28, $2,-099.28, $2,-099.28, or a saving of $104.96 a year. The Mary Summervllle Judgement, $1,050, a saving of $52.50 a year in interest. interest. The Joanna eKlly judgment amount ing to $10,500, making a total saving of $630 a year in interest.