Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 6
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August 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Foyetteville Public School Budget For Years 1952-53 FAYETTEVILLE (SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Aetutl KerelnU. 18M-SZ Net Ctsh Balance, .lune 30. 1P51 A. Operating Fund .......... - ........... '; ..... S 47,431 "3: B. Teachers Salary F u n d ........ ........ 1 _____ 3,.10S.(JO i Vocational Fund ...... .......................... .. 4.70(1.00 i State Apportionment . ...... . .......... ....... ... 6. 1.18.00 \ Transportation Fund . ................ ...... ----- 11,423.00' M i n i m u m Scb"ol Budget Aid _ ............... . . ... 77.0S3.00 Met Total Tax ...... ........ ·- ........ --. ........... 160.361. 14 «'·'· Advance T.w ..... ........... .... 41.1H7.23' Delinquent Personal-Land Redemption ........ .. . _ _ 2.021.s:i . County General Fund .............. .............. 2,.im.7S i Tuition .......... . . . . . . ........................ 1, 0 5 1 2 5 Teichers Silary Refund ................ ...... ----- sis.M : . MUcellBneous .............................. .- 13.S5a.2ii. TOTAL $374,905 53 ! Aetml Expenditures. IS5I-.'.Z Instruction ._ ...... . . _ --- ----------- ________ $190,740.70 Operation ......... .. ............... ...... ...... ---- 43.flBK.2S Maintenance - - - - - - - - - - . _ - . , - - - - - . . . . . . . - . . . . . . 14,07763 Fixed Chars" ........... - .................. _____ r,.nr,-.60 Auxiliary ............... . ..... .......... . ......... lfl,5M.9fi General Control ..... .... ..... .... ...... ... . Capital Outlay . .......... . .- ...... Debt Service ..... ., ........... . . . . . . ----TOTAL T.Mimittt Receipt*, 19M-H Net Cash Balance, J u n e ?,n. 1952 A. Operating Fund ... .......... B. Teachers Salary Fund ________ ...... Vocational Fund .... ....... ......... Slate Apportionment ...... . ......... · -- ---Transportation Fund ............. .- .-. ..... Minimum School Budset Aid ............... ..... . .\t Locsl Tax ..... ........ 40% Advance Ts: . .... ...... Driipquent Personal and Land Redemption ...... ... 2,000.0(1 j C-iunty General Fund ............... - ...... ...... L'.OOO.nn · .Tuition ... ·... ................. -------- ..... ------ 2.000.00 Teacher* Salary nefund ... ..... .... ............. --- Sin.on . Miscellaneous ........ . ...... -- - - ...... 15.00000 TOTAL }.332,Bflo.42 , Eitlnwted Expenditures, 1952-13 i Instruction . _______ - . ......... - ...... - ·-, *2J1.24S.On · Operation _______ ..... '. ...... ____ ....... . -- ------ 50.7.10.00 'Maintenance ......... ......... ....... - ......... - s.oon.On O f ) anri Mrs. Robert C. Reed and daujhler, Pitty, of Crane. Ind.; the Rev. and Mrs. .lames D. Heed of Sweet HI,me; f l i c Rev, and Mi'F. R a y m o n d H. Rpcd ,'ind son, Dick, ol Wr-»t Fork; Mif.s Iris Reeri nl For' Smith, and Fred Rrcd. Jr.,! of t h » lir-m* 1 . (/''ti'. John E Reed j will foe Mationcd at Fort Bpnning, Ha. J Harris Says Hearings On TV And Radio Programs Scheduled L i t t l e Rnrk-f^Pi-Rfp. Oren l i a r - i lelevision and radio programming ris says that public hearings on will be returned in September. Harris, chairman ol the House Communications Cwnmittet, mi.de thi announcement at tin Arkansas Broadcasters Association here yesterday. The study is conduced under a House resolution to determine the extent--if any--to which radio and television programs contain immoral or otherwise offensive ' matter. I Harrii said representatives ol the American Broadcasting Com! piny, Mutual Broadcasting System and DuMont TV Network will present testimony in Washington September 16 and 17. The National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters will com- plete its testimony at The hearings move to New York City September 23 and 24 te re* teive testimony from the National Broadcasting Company and Columbia Broadcasting bystem, and National Television Film Council. The Arkansas congressman saH f u r t h e r hearings will be held in Washington September 25 and 26. 4.SOO.OO ri.l.nv.-i 8. 53,700.6r, 1.382,082.74 . $ 10.677 33 957.00 5,,1l9.6f. · fi, 700. 0(1 12.331.S4 85.67552 203,1)07.35 4(5,800.00 Fixed Charges _ Auxiliary General Crnlrol Capita! Outlay . . Debt Service _ . , 7.ofi7.an 1.1,00000' 4.0011.00: B, ono.no ; _ TOTAL $380.510.34! FATETTEVIU.F SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. l : L. S. Bryin, Pr«Md«nt : Board ol Education j Herberl A. Lewis. Secretary. i Board of Education ; Hindsville The Rev. Charier, Da;-- 5' ?rrint- dalo, pastor of the Hindsville Baptist Church, has resigned and will LABOR DAY C R O W N C O A C H WITH H you're cjoing home or mett- Ing friends over lobor Day, the convenient way it to 90 by Crown's Air Conditioned Super Coaches . . . ond it actually tojt» lei» thorc driving your corl I mfvft In Nowata, Okla., this week ; i Mr. Day v.'ill teach Latin. Span- j ] iih and English in the N'owsla j r.rho?!. i ! Mr. and Mrs,. .lim Stiltnn «'«r^ ! railed to M e n a r d , Texas, last week to aliend the iun?ra! nl Mrs. A l - h»rt Slitton, mother of Mr. Sutton. . Mrs. Stella E. Mason has returned from AVe.^t Fork whrre she visited her brnther-in-lav and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Burl C»rtor. J. C. Smalley n( Fort. Smith has | been a guest in the home of his | con and riaii?hter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smilley. I The Baptist Womens Missionary Koriely met with Mrs. .!. D. Hawkins Friday w i t h seven members ! present. Mr^. Stella E. Mason pre- i :enlf;d the royal service program. ' Mrs. Bonnie Chappel presided at a short business meeting. The next mscilnc w i l l be held at the church i when t h e Week of Prayer pro| gram will be given. The hostess served refreshments at the close of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Ketd were hosts »t a "come and go" family reunion at their hsme north of Hindsville last wee!.. Those attending wfr« Lieut, ind j Mrs. John E. Reed nd daughter, ! 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