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1963 - to parking lots, leaving lives deduc-j CI nnu...
to parking lots, leaving lives deduc-j CI nnu niif SHORT S3.431 was was police police ... , , . . auditors office said Wednesday that former Jiilksnn County Treasurer Winfield Rimmer was short $3,431 jn m. .(C0Unts from AS j,,n j ,0 May 31 answer ,The shots 1 Ijiter a truck foot. ' in the j Mrs. the another j the j and said say and Rimmer, 41, pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement last week. He was fined $160 and placed on probation for three years. The charge was filed after an investigation begun last rcirUaiy Dy j.mn in.er. an bark agent for the state motor! pnjre an no ing where count vehicle department. Shortages Shown In a report After he released by Slate Auditor diet Akers, tht investicatinn showed snortaRM in th(? a(TOun!s of iolmnr,. nn. r.j. ,,., J nnrhu, iPa.d ,n closing out estates and in taxes paid to me , county for special city funds. ; lf,ePhon The report said $2,161 was missing under the moneys Amer-anH rrpHiu rf. vision anrf $200 ua under lhe riy sprcja, funds.; took AuHimr. M hn found r ih inrnrct numhnr nf lr. I Moines regularities in the moneys and credits tax accounts. Thev said that at the time the taxes were paid, a true statement was given to the administrators of the estates, but the valuations of the taxes wpre reduced wnen ,he in the taxes were posted treasurer's office. They said this would leave the account short when compared with receipts given to taxpayers. In the case of the special taxes, the report said, use of more than one receipt allowed the treasurer's office to reduce the report on the amount of penalty paid, while giving an accurate receipt to the taxpayer. The auditors termed the way in which the moneys and Three credits tax to close estates j ruptcy is collected as "loose and i Court stole to contacted record and to years ; Omaha I 1958 I jury reason I Wednesday Officials delay apartment today. 3 For dangerous." Under the pres ent system, administrators of estates bring their securities to the treasurer's office and there pay the tax required. WESTMAR John Ot-tumwa, Ot-tumwa debts $1,825. Harry

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  1. The Des Moines Register,
  2. 15 Aug 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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