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Moslems Have Insight to Life ;"-rE- : -r' Swamps Become Spaceport prayer spoken By ROBERT PETERSON I've nover felt much affinitv vith the Moslems, but I do now :hat a reader ha s sent me the ext of their ancient ivhich is traditionally ach morning at sunup from [flowers and minarets of the Is- amic world: "Look to this day for it is life, tho very life- of l-ft' In this day's brief pause lies all the verities iind realities of your existence. EThe bliss of growth. The glory of action. Thp splendor of beau ty. For yesterday is .gorve, and tomorrow is only a vision. But today well lived makes of every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope." The Moslems may seem backward to MS in certain respects. But their philosophy as refliv!- ed in tliis salutation to the dawn suggests considerably keener insight into the miracle and promise of life than is shown bv the. "Ho hum, gui's s I've got to get up and fact 1 another day." voiced each morning in a million AmeriCHD households. * * * Th« »o e ia| security laws now permit those judged disabled to work to start drawing their pension benefits at any age. Sonic, conservatives may worry that everyono with chronic in- i(T.ci<! to this column, l'i»:lc 'vim is a strict judge in t<\alibi- ing an applicant's alleged inability tii work. 1 tic's a letter I.urn A di. £ Tailed woman of 5C who s,<vs her application was rejected because her arthritis was not d e e in e d Miltuiently • severe: "Folks who want to qualify for I di.sanility benefits had better lip- digestion or an ingrown loenaii' l l! - v in a wheelchair or stretcher, will now be applying for disabil-! r ; il ' iuls e.» th,jy find >ou you can HEALTH CAPSULES"! by Mlfhm-l A. Prill. M.R | PO YOU GET MUCH WATER FROM THE POOP YOU EAT * ity benefits. But judging from (Published in The Garden City Telegram, August 2 1963) Clfy cf Garden Clry, Kansas NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of G. S. 1949, 79-2929 that (he governing body w,ll meet on the 14th day of August, 1963, at 8:30 o'clock, A.M., at City Hall for the l.of hearing objections and answering questions of taxpayers relating to the following budget and the levy, etna considering amendment* relating thereto CHAS. R. PEEBLES, Clerk. JAMES s . SLOAN M PROPOSED TAX LEVIES BY FUNDS purpose proposed 1ayor. , I963 | FUNDS Tax . Requirements General Operating 200,602.99 I Library 22^46.22 Municipal Band 2,771.06 Recreation 18,154.18 Airport I 5,642.58 Social Security 9,043.37 Sewer Improvement 16,602.51 Noxious Weed 461.86 Bond and Interest 88,795.76 Less: June 1963 Residue Sales Tax 12,028.99 1,448.49 181.44 947.28 947.28 541.31 1,002.42 25.06 Net 1963 Ad Valorem Tax Requirements 188,57-1.00 20,997.73 2,589.62 17,206.90 14,695.30 8,502.06 15,600.09 436.80 88,795.76 Add 5% for Delinquent Taxes 9,428.70 1,049.89 129.48 860.35 734.76 425.10 780.01. 21.84 4,439.79 Total 1963 Ad Valorem Tax Requirements 198,002.70 22,047.62 2,719.10 18,067.25 • 15,430.06 8,927.16 16,380.10 458.64 93,235.55 Total All Funds 374520.53 I7.I2J.27 357.398.26 17,869,92 37526818 COMPARISON OF INDEBTEDNESS, VALUATIONS, TAX LEVIES AND TOTAL EXPENDITURES ' ' „ , _ , Jan. I, 1961 Bonds Outstanding 818921.66 | Temporary Notes 257!300.00 All Other Indebtedness Total [^Tangible Valuation 1961, Tax I* FUNDS Levy Ji'General Operating 12.104 ^Library .942 ['Municipal Band .192 I Recreation 942 fAirport 942' 1 SeWer ImDrovement iGardendale • Electric Depreciation •Waterworks Depreciation TJParking Meter ([Social Security 529 iNoxious Weed 028 BBond and Interest 4.201 (pinking /ater 4 Sewage JJEI^ctric Utility ((Workmen's Compensation $14,730 333.00 Year 1962 Expenditures 383,974.75 14,600/00 3,000.00 14,600.00 72,825.72 3,430.00 76,970.82 83.750.99 98.sno.oo 27,501.21 7,683.62 444.75 136,964.14 107,450.96 189,868.85 698,553.31 4,037.41 43,862.37 1,120,084.03 1962, Jan. I, 1962 904,483.58 350,950.00 60,905.49 Jan. I, 1963 849,717.25 284,600.00 30,089.30 1,316,339.07 1,164,406.55 Tax Levy 12.000 1.445 .181 .945 .945 1.000 .540 .025 5.919 $15,490,458.00 Year 1963 Exoenditures 380,193.44 23,000.00 3,000.00 15,500.00 48,240.00 3,000.00 112,960.00 100,000.00 65,000.00 90,195.00 8,475.00 471.80 • 172,804.71 107,450.96 208,61 1.00 668,815.50 16,126.47 1963, $16,380,104.00 Year 1944 Tax Levy a finger they'll turn you down." What dues (he law say? It ;: ;. y s .simply. "The applicant must him- an injury or Illness that i s expected lo continue indefinitely and is so severe that it makes him unable to engage in any substantial, gainful activity." * * * Here'i a not* from a retiivd salesman of 78 who says, "1 happened to start reading your column last Spring when you discussed Dr. Payl DtidleV White's views on exercise. I had been in failing health and while my (loi'tor told me to do more walking, I saw no reason to start at my age_ But your column was s ° convincing that I thought I would try walking a quarter of a mile dailv for two weeks. Well, I felt pretty good at the end of this period, so I increased it to a mile. "For the past several months 12.088 1.346 .166 1.103 .942 1.000 .545 5.692 I have been walking three miles a day, and can hardly believe it but I don't fee) tired at all and have not only 'been feeling Expenditures j better but have been sleeping A GREAT PEAL. LEAPY VEGETABLES, FOR INSTANCE, ARE 90% WATER. EVEN BRCAP, WHICH IS CONSIP- EREP A PRY POOP, IS 1/3 WATER. TOMORROW 1 ! CIIEST OINTMENTS H««llh CipuiUi givx h«lpful mfoim«tion , It ii not ml«nd«d to b« of • diignailic nilurt. The Hall of F r c e Enterprise, being erected for the 1964-Go Ne\\ York World's K a i r, is the first exhibit ever built to drama- Li/,e the benefits of free enterprise. By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPK CANAVERAL, Fla. (API —Bulldozers, piledrlvers, dredges and other machines ar ( < wresting control of great areas of swamp land from snake and alligator as the United vStates builds the huge spaceport from which astronauts will rocket toward the moon and planet.) Most of the work is concentrated on Mnrrltt Island adjacent to Cape Canaveral, wlwro the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Is acquiring 87,0<W acres on which lo erect facilities of almost incredible dimension. There also is t\iriou s construction activity on Cape Canaveral's original 15,000-a era plot as launch- | Scientists Study Data i From Ionosphere Junket CAPK CANAVERAL, Kla. (AIM —Scientists are studying data rn dioed from a payload which rac.-d 8,000 miles into space to study the ionosphere. The probe, hurled upward by a Blue Scout rocket, relayed nearly four hours of excellent signals before burning up as planned din- Ing atmospheric re-entry above the Indian Ocean Tuesday. ins equipment and pads arp read- 1 i.oil for tho two-man Project (!em • Inl space flights slated lo start next year and for early tests of tiie A|>ollo moonship and other' space vehicles. j More than 5,000 ronst.rtict.lon i workers are on tho job. In 12 months there will be a'bout 9,000.' In the ni'.vt tluvre years, $1.7 bll- limi will IK. spent on building work. The space agency is paying an estimated $55 million for (he land on Merritt Island and on a thin strip of offshore territory north of the present cape Ixnmdnries. Met- •ritt Island lies \wist and northwest of the Cape. Some '100 homeowners are being displaced by the acquisition, most of which l s swamp, woodland and orange groves. The dominating feature on tha Island will be Launch Complex No. 3ft. Construction will start soon on thly massive undertaking, which will Include three launching pads for the giant Saturn 5 rocket which will ferry Apollo astronauts to the, .nioon, hopefully In 15K>8. NIW LINCOLN 180-AMP AC WELDER Now $110.00 WELDERS SUPPLY Phono BR 6.4861 NOTICE 545,338.02 I like n baby. 24,000.001 "When 1 went to my doctor I9'5onnn ! for a cllcck II P ' ast wccl < h< 5 was 193 85022 ! " stonishc{l al the improvement in my physical condition. When I told him your column gave me the incentive to start exercising he was a little miffed and said, - c ome of you fellows have to it in the newspapers b«- you'll take anyone'* ad- 77,500.00 129.335.49 127,389.32 j 187,697.29 88,915.98 9,850.00 (read 2,000.00 > fo .. e 170,814.43 157,515.46 327,007.47 886,045.95 52,392.77 iTotal 19.88 1,924,156.53 23.00 2,023,843.88 22.91 3,002,152.40 vice. , Jerry Atrlck observes, "Just about the time a woman -thinks her work is done, she becomes a grandmother." Preceding Year, 1962 IAIRPORT FUND • EXPENDITURES: (Salaries i Wages 10,229.50 (Repairs & Supplies [Airport Improvement [Gas & Oil I New Equipment .... 1 Utilties (insurance 1 Miscellaneous 6,848.50 1,624.30 452.98 6,207.79 738.61 46,724.04 .Total Expendtures 72,825.72 JipPCFIPTS: | Cifv's Unencumbered Balance, l-l 37,454.89 j Ad valorem Property Tax i Residun Sales Tax I Back Taxes Rents Utility Sales I Miscellaneous 13,667.31 859.49 188.10 17,513.42 8,502.13 19,049.05 97.234.39 I Total Receipts I Less: Expenditures 72,825.72 I Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 26,408.67 Current Year, 1963 9,040.00 3,800.00 1,250.00 500.00 1,100.00 5,000.00 1,000.00 26,550.00 48,240.00 24,408.67 14,354.05 857.81 102.1 I 17,500.00 8,725.00 12,075.00 78,022.64 48,240.00 29,782.64 Proposed Budqet 1964 Supplie Preceding Year, 1962 184.53 10,300.00 | Total Inspection 3 9tn <;(! 4,1 00.00 ! Police Court- 3,903.50 169,775.221 Salaries .... 500.00 i Miscellaneous .. '' 2,375.00 63.76 6,000.00 1,250.00 1,925.00 193,850.22 29,782.64 15,642.58 100.00 17,500.00 9,000.00 12,825.00 193,850.22 193,850.22 GENERAL OPERATING FUND (General Government: • Salaries 13,368.18 [Office Expense and Printing [Maintenance of Equip". ... I Election Expense (Miscellaneous I Total General Government I Planning & Zoning: I Salaries Miscellaneous 3,664.03 517.42 5,773.87 12,006.90 35,330.40 325.00 1,473.21 Total Planning i Zoning 1,798.21 J Police Department: Salaries 63,316.62 Office Expense 3,447.00 I Equipment 10,432.62 Miscellaneous 6,067.92 Total Police Dept 83,264.16 City Hall: Salaries 2,132.22 | Miscellaneous 3,906.88 Total City Hall I Fire Department: Salaries Repairs and Supplies Equipment Miscellaneous 6,039.10 4,500.44 1,049.92 I 200.91 408.95 Total Fire Department 7,160.22 | Sanitation: Salaries 46,966.81 [Materials and Supplie 7,014.76 Equipment 9,197.50 Miscellaneous 572.40 I Total Sanitation 63,750.97 H'qhways: [Salaries 31,359.44 Material and Supplies 16,453.46 Equipment . 6,160.00 Miscellaneous 2.954.80 13.250.00 3,900.00 675.00 1,975.44 12,175.00 31,975.44 850.00 850.00 1,700.00 63,375.00 3,400.00 14,050.00 5,775.00 86,600.00 2,250.00 3,975.00 6,225.00 4,690.00 2,175.00 2,800.00 540.00 10,205.00 47,400.00 6.500.00 2,000.00 1,700.00 57,600.00 31,250.00 16,950.00 5,000.00 1,240.00 14,500.00 4,400.00 725.00 200.00 13,050.00 32,875.00 7,000.00 2,000.00 9,000.00 84,350.00 4,450.00 14,750.00 6,450.00 110,000.00 3,000.00 3,950.00 Total Police Court 2,438.76 Total General Oparating Current Year, 1963 625.00 5,470.00 2,400.00 25.00 2,425.00 Proposed Budget 1964 650.00 6,000.00 5,000.00 50.00 5,050.00 383,974.75 380,193.44 545,338.02 26,291.78 175,614.83 10,189.77 7,088.15 2,596.31 13,584.82 City's Unencumbered Balance, l-l County Treasurer's Adjusted Balance, l-l Ad valorem Property Tax . Residue Sales Tax Intangible Tax , Back Taxes Cigarette Stamp Tax Liauor Control Enforcement .. Fund 3,482.53 Fines and Fees 21,431.00 |? og I".* •' '6I3.'25 Franchise Tax 16,378.36 Licenses 5,690.25 J" erm , !ts 9,752.59 Rural Contracts Refuse Collection Fees 72,798.84 State Highway Commission . . 6,205.00 Gasoline Tax 27,466.79 Reimbursed Expense 1,820.25 Park Concessions 1,817.00 Miscellaneous 3f-.342.9l Total Less: Receipts 439,164.43 Expenditures 383,974.75 55.189.68 1,214.79 182,273.63 I 1,022.19 6,960.84 1,372.97 13,450.00 5,085.21 19,100.00 600.00 16,000.00 5,305.00 8,125.00 1,200.00 74,000.00 7,216.75 28,010.56 969.49 2,025.00 47,078.36 486,199.47 380,193.44 106,006.03 200,602.99 7,900.00 1,500.00 13,500.00 5,000.00 19,700.00 600.00 15,500.00 5,305.00 6,675.00 1,200.00 75,000.00 7,554.00 28,500.00 3,050.00 2,100.00 45,645.00 Modern trends indicate increased outdoor living for families. With these trends come ne.ad for additional equipment, and additional equipment- brings added storage space requirements. Residents of Garden City are her-aby advised that streets, parkings, or alleys cannot be used for storage of boats, trailers, camp trailers, tools, machinery, buses, or semi-trailers under preient city ordinance. Further, no vehicle shall be loft in one place and unattended for more than twenty-four (24) hours. J. S. SLOAN Mayor WATERWORKS DEPRECIATION EXPENDITURES: Investments or Additions Total Expenditures RECEIPTS: Citv's Unencumbered Balance, l-l Transfer from Waterworks Fund Investments & Interest Total Receipts Less; Expenditures Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 Preceding Year, 1962 FUND 98,500.00 98,500.00 (WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION j EXPENDITURES 545,338.02 545,338.02 Unencumbered Balance Forward 55,189.68 106,006.03 LIBRARY FUND ~ TXPENDITURES: Appropriation to Library Board 14,600.00 6,950.00 5,950.00 1,600.00 2,000.00 670.00 Total Exoenditures 14,600.00 RECEIPTS: Citv's Unencumbered Balance, l-l 962.28 Ad valorem Property Tax .... 13,667.31 Residue Sales Tax 861.33 Back Taxes 212.18 Total Receipts 15,703.10 Less: Expenditures 14,600.00 Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 1,103.10 23,000.00 23,000.00 1,103.10 21,948.79 857.81 340.30 24,250.00 23,000.00 1.250.00 24,000.00 24,000.00 1,250.00 22,446.22 303.78 24,000.00 24,000.00 10,220.00 50,450.00 7,OOOrOO 10,250.00 2,405.00 MUNICIPAL BAND FUND EXPENDITURES: Appropriation for Concerts . . . 3,000.00 70,105.00 33,000.00 113,011.02 4,000.00 2,1 10.00 Total Expenditures 3 000 00 "FCf-IPTS: Citv's Unencumbered Balance, l-l 230.05 Ad valorem Property Tax .... 2,785.68 Residue Sales Tax 183.85 Back Taxes 45.89 Total Receipts . . I Less: Expenditures I Total Highways c ewar Maintenance: I Salaries Power for Pumoing . . . Material and Supplies Miscellaneous Total Sewer Maintenance . . , Enoineering: Salaries Materials and Supplies Equipment Miscellaneous Tnt»l Engineering |Materi»'«. Rep*'rs and p quip. *es Shrubs. Seeds, etc. . . . Miscellaneous 56,927.70 6.509.14 198.84 99.14 5,695.25 12.502.37 l6.nR4.l6 626 S9 464 90 210.12 17,955.77 39 15* A9 9 'if, f,H "5RI.19 12 798.23 54,440.00 152,121.02 Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 3,245.47 3,000.00 245.47 I Total P*rks 62,009.89 I Salaries Materials. Repairs and Equip. Miscellaneous Total Cemeteries I Hulth: Salaries Supplies Miscellaneous Health Inspection: Salaries . . . . n icui 20 7";* 59 3 471.18 1,872.42 26.101.19 3.08V77 1,2^.95 464.79 4,792.51 3.451.92 267.05 6,510.00 275.00 150.00 550.00 7,435.00 20 "Jin.OO 750.00 9*0.01 250.00 22,460.00 30 mn oo s.s^i.nn 7* nn 13.365.00 61,820.00 19 on? nn i 750.00 I 086.00 27,738.00 3 130.00 510 00 460.00 4.100.00 4 600.00 . 245.00 6,775.00 275.00 100.00 650.00 7,800.00 22 m«;.no 9KD.OO 2. 525 00 315.00 25,815.00 4' 76R.OO 5 4nn.no inn on 19.750.00 68,015.00 2? '77 00 R 52* 00 2 145.00 i GARDENDAI.E FUND EXPENDITURES: • Salaries j Materials, Supplies & Repairs . Miscellaneous 16,485.39 9 433.50 51.051.93 Total Exoenditures 76,970.82 1 Cit»'s Unencumbered ' Balance, l-l Rents ': Investment i Interest Miscellaneous ! Total Receipt! . . . , Less: Expenditures 2S.252.24 48,631.06 22,609.56 183.45 96 676.31 76,970.8? i Unencumbered Balance 12-31 19.705.49 1E1FCTRIC DEPRECIATION FUND EXPENDITURES: 'Investments o' Additions 46.250.99 Transfer to other funds 37.500.00 3 180.00 I 571.00 3,735.00 Total Expenditures 83.750.99 83.00 75,000.00 I 1,557.31 32,947.00 City's Unencumbered Balance, l-l Transfer from Electric Fund . . Investments i Interest 8.440.00 5 000.00 350.00 Total Receipts 86.640.31 Less: Expenditures 83.750.99 Unencumbered Balance. 12-31 2.889.32 3,000.00 3,000.00 245.47 2,749.30 174.84 55.39 3,225.00 3,000.00 225.00 17,610.00 61 775.00 33,575.00 I 12,960.00 19,705.49 50,000.00 19,500.00 50.030.00 139 235.49 112,960.00 26.275.49 50 000.00 50 000.00 100.000.00 1 889.32 100000.00 10,500.00 I 13.389.32 100 000.00 3.000.00 3.000.00 Compensation Claims Medical & Hospital . Miscellaneous Total Expenditures , RECEIPTS: Citv's Unencumbered Balancn, l-l Transfer from other funds .... Investments X Interest 24,599.47 20,000.00 90,997.82 135,597.29 98,500.00 37,097.29 FUND 955.33 2,452.23 629.85 4,037.41 65,000.00 65,000.00 37,097.29 60,600.00 97,697.29 65,000.00 32,697.29 Proposed Budget 1964 187,697.29 187,697.29 32,697.29 155,000.00 187,697.29 187,697,29 New In Garden Cify.' MID-PLAINS FINANCE COMPANY 422 N, Main —. In State Theatre Bldg. •SH 1 ? 1 *!* . Lwin * Wnoncing Service WIHt Quick, Confidential Action! Meet Our Manager RAY KANTOLA Your Money Man LOANS from $25.00 to $1,000.00 or MORE Up to 24 mas. to repay . ° ur L»«" Swvle* Inelud.: A liberal loon policy w»h quick, friendly, confident!*!, on* d.y ier- vlc«. Lonni from $28,00 to $1,000,00 or more on ears, furniture end signa- turo. Second mortgage loans on re*l • il«U and automobile!. Loans to consolidate ill of your debti And reduce monthly pay- menti, pay (itxei, m«d!c«l or per- ion»l expentei or any worthy pur- poi». Numerous loan plant with payment plant to lult your convenience. loans made by mall end telephone to all turroundlng areat, Even If you have one or more ex- Ittlng leant, you may borrow oath. Phone or come In for cethl FINANCE CO., INC 422 North Mnin Gmilon City K.vitni Dm| BR 6 X669 ( Othor Mitl-Pl.iiiu olficos In K.IMIIU Gro.it Bond McPlmrion Libornl Hutchinton. Mmih.itlnn Leu: Expenditures Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 ""receding Ye«r, I9A2 7,683.62 545.36 NOXIOUS WEED FUND EXPENDITURES: Salaries Chemicals 444.75 Total Receipts . . Less: Expenditures Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 IMPROVEMENT FUND 4,436.85 3,900.00 1,242.00 9,578.85 4,037.41 5.541.44 15,000.00 1,000.00 126.47 16,126.47 5 541.44 7 900.00 5,974.00 19,415.44 16,126.47 3,288.97 49,167.97 2,500.00 225.00 52,392.97 3,288.97 8,000.00 41,104.00 52,392.97 52,392.97 Total Expenditures RECEIPTS: Citv's Unencumbered Balance, M Ad valorem Property Tax Residue Sales Tax Back Taxe 444.75 1,616.24 406.24 20.22 4.73 Total Receipts , . , , Loss: Expenditures 2,047.43 444.7S Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 1,602.61 Current Year, 1963 8.475.00 775,00 446.80 25.00 471.80 1,602.68 379.74 25.49 1.50 2,009.41 471.80 1,537.61 Propoied Budget 1964 7,850.00 I.OOOiOO 1,000.00 2,000.00 1,537.61 461,86 .53 2,000.00 2,000.00 BOND AND INTEREST FUND EXPENDITURES: Bond Principal Interest Coupons Commission and Postage .,,, Refunds & Adjustments ..... Payment to Contractor Miscellaneous Total Expenditures .,., RECEIPTS: | City's Unencumbered I Balance, l-l I Ad valorem Property Tax ... Special Assessments Bsck Taxes Miscellaneous 3.27K 00 155.00 Total Fvoanditures 3,430.00 I 1,063.50 37,5nn.nn 63.08 Ci»"'i Unencumbered Balance, l-l Ad valorem Property Tax .... Rack Taxes Transfer from other funds .... Miscellaneous 3,000.00 3,000.00 4R 196.58 15,189.47 3.275.00 52 500.QO 25,000.00 Total Receipt . . , '.ess: Expenditures Unencumbered Balance. 12-31 FUND 4*I,6 / >A.BR 3,430.00 45.196.58 Annro«- ; ition to Recraa- tjon Comm 275.00 2,771.06 ! 3.94 3 000.00 3,000.00 14 600.00 61 661.05 3.000.00 60,661.05 15 500.00 77,500,00 60,661.05 16 6n2.5l 236.44 77 500 00 77,500.00 113.833.58 139,267,25 143,978.24 22,955.54 33,316.20 24,62005 I7S.02 221.26 216.12 2,000.00 136,964.14 172,804.71 170,814.43 Total Receipts Less: Expenditures , , 9,239.56 60,951.61 56,998.91 2,826.75 18,169.05 147,185.88 136,964.14 Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 10,221.74 10,221.74 89,907.46 60,600,00 2,500.00 17,840.81 181,070.01 172,804.71 8,265.30 19 500.00 ^rpr i n"r$. "'•••'» Unenri'-^bered Balance, l-l : , . . *d "alo"m P---ierty Tax .... 0 ii:-J.<- Sales Tax Back Taxes \ Total "ticei^t, I Less: Exnenditt:r0s 14,600.00 974 72 13 * 1 7 II PAI '1 717.17 18 275.00 75960.49 35,100.00 129,335.49 26,275.49 50000.00 53,000.00 60.00 129,335.49 129,335.49 Unencumbered B/ilanre. 17-31 Oipi^i^ip. KCTFH FUND "VPNOITURES: Materials A Supplies Miscellaneous Totil c -<r>enditures IS Jic hi 14,600.00 I I 16.03 O'l OA 17 nr< it, 6 754.«5 15,500 00 I I 15 01 14 •»<••< HR OR7.HI 263.31 I A Aon nn 15 500.00 19,500.00 i inn.nn 18,154.18 245.82 |o tno nn 19.500.00 1.1 00.00 "7t no If, nnn nn E 370.00 SINKING FUND EXPENDITURES: Bond Redemption Commission and Postage ,..,, Total Expenditures RECEIPTS: City's Unencumbered Balance, l-l Transfer from Electric Fund , .. Total Receipts Less: Expenditures Balance—Cash and Bonds, 12-31 Sinking Fund Requirements, 12-31 WATER S SEWAGE FUND EXPENDITURES: Capital Expenditures Production Expense Distribution Expense General Expense Insurance Transfers'to Other Funds .... Refunds and Miscellaneous . ,. Sewage Diipoial BaNnce. l-l I i i -1 I 1 1 lft v«stm"nt< .v Inttrtst h ^«t«r Collections Miscellaneous i Total P^cei^K . . . I Less: Expenditures 27,501.21 M •> i r 17 5 290.54 27.501.21 77,389.32 50,000.00 127,389.32 Unencumbered Balanr.c 17-31 FUND 13 389.32 100,000.00 14.000.00 177 389.32 127 389.32 | C XPENDITUPES: i Transfer to Payroll Fund Total Expenditures 26 966.88 7 683.62 90.195.00 7*. On* «» if, HA4.IO 34 irn nn 4,205.00 MI im OR 90 195 00 21 190.98 8,475.00 10 **n no /.no nn 60 Jtn OR 8 225.00 88,915.98 7i ion on in »on nn 36 710 on 225.00 BH 01 [ 0« 88 915-98 Total Expenditure! . . . RECEIPTS; Cit/i Unencumbered Balance, l-l Sales of Water Sewer Service Charge Miscellaneous Total Rvcaipti Less: Expenditures . . , Unencumbered Balance, 12-31 107,312.50 138.46 107,450.96 46,644.77 99,000.00 145,644,77 107,450.96 30,193.81 38,193.81 66,123.0? 15,826.92 22.072.E3 , 21,241.16 184.40 20,000.00 61.60 44,359.22 189,868.85 59,905.04 135,759.55 51,862.05 13,760.68 261,287.32 189,868.85 71,418.47 107,312.50 138.46 107,450.96 38,193.81 I 16,250.00 154,443.81 107,450.96 46,992.85 46,992.85 80,145.00 20,006.00 28,360.00 26,085.00 200.00 25.00 53,790,00 (,265.30 88,795.76 63,811.42 2,441.98 17,500.00 170,814.43 170,814.43 157,312.50 202.96 157,515.46 46,992.85 160,520.00 207,612.85 167,516.46 49,997.39 49,997.39 202,557.47 19,150.00 24,550.00 24,480.00 250.00 50.00 56,970.00 208,611.00 327,007.47 ELECTRIC UTILITY FUND EXPENDITURES: Capital Expenditures 42,301.69 Production Expense 286,799.79 Distriution Expense 47,000.34 I C'* 1 ' 1 '. Unencumbered { Balance, l-l | Ad valornm Property Tax Reiidui Soles Tax Back Texas 13.389.32 7.683.62 00 7.675.16 479.84 73.98 T&t«l Receipts 8,228.9$ 8 475 00 545.16 8 202. i2 481.72 20.60 9,25fl.OO General Expense 57,174.97 Insurance 146.89 Bond Sinking Fund 189.000.00 Transfers to Oth»r Funds ... 75 000.00 Refunds and Miscellaneous ... 1,129.63 To to I Expunditures 698.55J.3I 9,850.00 i RECEIPTS: — : Cit ''«. Unencumbered 9,850.00 Balance l-l 77.169.55 Sales of Electricity 655,96V.55 ! Sales To. 18,122.03 775.nO Miscellaneous 25,723.63 9,043.37 Total Receipts 776,974.76 3l.63|Lest: Expenditures 698.553.31 71,418.47 161,025,00 52,000.00 16,926.00 301.368.47 208,61 1.00 92,757.47 34,225.00 205.950.00 45.126.00 65,565.50 5,000.00 212,250.00 100,000.00 700.00 92,757.47 166,500.00 53,000.00 14,750.00 . 327,007.47 327,007.47 158,057.45 233,700.00 52,175.00 63.363.50 6,000.00 272,000.00 100,000.00 750.00 668.815.50 886,045.95 9,BbO,00 i Unencumbered B.lance, 12-11 7S.42I.4S 78.421.45 692,250.00 19,000.00 13,965.00 803,636.45 668,815.50 13^,820.91 134.820.95 717,500.00 20,000.00 13,725.00 886.046.95 886.046.9$

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