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2 - B JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1*73 F A R M E R S ! Used Haying Equipment in excellent condition 2 • No. 310 Self-Propelled Hesttons 1 - No. 260 Sell-Propelled Hestton 1 - I H Chopper with hay hood and corn hood 1 - Gehl Forage Box with 7 ton Gehl wagon F o s t e r M i l l a r d A t T h e “ Y” — Lowville A G W A Y B L A C K T O P S E A L E R Reg. $5.25 Cor 5 gal. can. T H IS W E EK 50* OPP A CAN . Alto on hand - liquid roof coating and aluminum roof coating. CA S T O R L A N D A G W A Y Phone 4*3-2 6 8 0 or 376-3330 SATURDAYS SUNDW JULY 28 & 29 Dueling FIDDLER’S WEEKEND T» m Tim* Motional Champion nnd Winner of '73 Grand Matters Contort WCtC BARHETT, *»<*««>. t .„ , VI. HAl CASEY, Thr#* Tim* Now Yerfc $t»te Chemp SHOWTiMES - 2 P.M. I 7 P M . - ' Of fftlfHt „ j f h i u • E i K ' h a n l e d Route 28 / t t i Old Fotge, N . Y . l S R d j f A W A L t t V THE Giant Fun Package! JR. * r M K ^ * 5 P » N O T I C E ■ V w ■ m s TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: We ore offering the 10 used cor* & trucks that have been in our stock the | longest ot REVOLUTIONARY LOW PRICES. They Are; 1968 Dodge Pickup 1968 Oldsmobite 4 dr., auto,, p/steer. 1967 Chevrolet 4 dr.. std. 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4 dr., sedan 1968 Pontiac Catalina 4 dr., sedan 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, 4 dr. sedan 1969 Ford Cobra 2 dr. 1965 Chevrolet 4 dr. 1969 Dodge 4 dr. Station Wagon 1971 Mercury 2 dr., sedan (1 owner) THtn »*f M*Kr wart ihan tnrst THEY MUST ALL GO. iu< n . A , , n, 1 ,1 .* fh##* f SO THEY MUST GO. |Tr»lf«-tr«s At<#pf*d, l*»y farm* Av»ilrtt* Pip* Ca«rt»(>** Tr«N»tment) | N O R T Z A V IR K L IR , INC* Ph. 376-6594 Our 57th Year RHemksi lewlt C«««** A*de Deafer Ai«*<leFf«rt O p t n - M t n 1 h u r t . fr!. H l p h f t fill t p j n . Othnr N lghft * y A p p o M m n n l — la lu r io y Unfit Neon Honlint-t K r iin ii t ii llsinril M e r tin g Deecnndento of Jacob and The nrxt town board meeting of Hannah Bon hart *111 hold a rt- to* T*wn of Morttnalmrg wUl be unloa August S at the Happy *■*. a nt 7:30 p-m. lo the Town Hollow Camp (round*. Clerk1* office. __________ LEGAL ________ FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS July 1. i m to Jane 30, 1973 BOARD OF EDUCATION SOUTH LEWS CENTRAL SCHOOL DBTRICT Old Turin Elementary Building Turin, New York 13473 I. Analyst* of General Fund Balance (A909) Fund Balance - July 1, 3972 Add: Revenues Real Property Tti Tuition Other Local Reveauea Revenue* from State Sourcee Sub-total » 515,817.47 1,885.57 170,643.54 1,078,817.44 S 149,059.73 1,778,004.03 *3,938,053.75 Leaa: Expenditure* Board oT Education * 10,599.63 Central Administration : 81,601.95 Instruction-Regular Day School 1,8*8,'761,87 Instruction-Special Schools Community Service* Transportation Operation aad Maintenance Employee Benefit* Insurance Other Classified Debt Service Inter-Fiod Trmnifeen 1,740.00 1,000.00 158,8*0.5* 383,9*0.31 353,350.01 *8,713.50 _ 61,603A4 f 188,519.66 j 15,000.00 Sub-total Add: Reversal 7/1/7* Eocumbrancta Less: 6/30/73 Encumbrance* Fund Balance - June30,1973 H. Analysts of School Lunch Balance Fund Deficit - July 1,1973 * 75,681.81 83.865.48 *1,498.08 53,888.84 ■Add: Revenue from Saiet AU other Revenue! Sub-total Leas: Value of Food Sold AU Other Expenses Fuad Balance, July 1, 19*73 in. Statement ot Reveawee aad Expenditures Federal Aid Fund (1773-79) Expanses: Supplies and Material* Total Expenses Revenues: Federal Sources Total Revenues 3,778,938.86 I 148.738.S9 38,995.16 * 185,030.55 55,54 LOO * 1*9,449.55 (1,745.64) 158,548.88 155,803.19 149,839.9* 8,983.37 *1,331.13 • l ^ t L U 565.06 855.06 IV. Federal Aid Fund Trial Balance Debits Casta Estimated Revenue* Encumbrance* Appropriation Expanse Total Debits Credit* Due to Other Funds Reserve tor Encumbrance! Appropriations Revenues Total Credits V. Combined Trial Balaace-Cmpltnl Funds (June 30,1978) D e b it s Cash Obllfattoas Authorised, Unissued Encumbrances Expenditures: Current Fonda Obligations Total Debits * - O - 1,188.07 *4,907.14 * 547.07 1,167.07 8,474.00 11*40 *4,907.14 * 7.967.4* 9**,400.00 714,114,3* 70,000.00 *4.0*6.06 *1,754,597.79 Credit* Due To Other Fund* 24.8IS.00 Reserve for Encumbrance* 714.U4L32 Earnings on Temporaary Investments 175.00 Authorizations: Current Funds 70,000.00 Obligations 938,400.00 Capital Reserve Balance , 7,033.47 Total Credits * 1,754,397.79 VL Analysis of Cash-Capital Fuads Balance - July 1, 1972 * 78,4* 1.55 Add: Cash Receipt* (7/1/72-8/30/73- Sub-total, Balance and Re-celpta Less: Cash Disbursement* (7/1/72—6/30/73) Balance, June 30, 1973 VTI. Analysis of Cash and Securities-Trust and Agency Funds BaJanee-Jtily 1, 1*73 Add: a Receipts of Cash (7/1/72-8/30/73)^ i Sub-total Disbursements of Cash (7/1/72-4/30/73) Balance-Jrme 30, 1973 VTIt, Statement of General Fixed Asset* Account* Site* Buildings Equipment Total General Fixed Assets Cattle Show (Continued from Page 1 ) The Senior Champion and Grind Champion, a bull owned by Her­ bert and Wilbur Farney, look top honors. Ia ihe female classes theSenlor Champion and Grand Champion of the Senior Show went to tbe cow shown above owned by Jane and Thomas Gillette. The Senior Champion and Grand Champion of tbe Junior abow was awarded to aa animal owned by Jan Pe- teracn. The Junior Champion of tbe Junior Show waa a heifer owned by James W. Lee. Herbert lad Wilbur Farney entered the ani­ mal which was awarded Junior Champion of the Senior Show. The top award* for show man - ablp was won by Jaa Peterson aad Ron Schaefer. Jan won the Senior Division snd Ron was first In the Jailor D vis ion. The Lewis County Holsteln Club would like to thank tbe following merchants who donated money to­ ward the plaque* aad trophies awarded at tola year’s Black aad White Show: LowviUe Oil, Foster Millard Equipment, Roes Equip­ ment, Herm OrUleb (Bou-matlc Deader), LowvUle Surge, Lehman Dairy Supplies, Lewis County Trust Company, The National Bank of Northern New York, Blue Seal, Lee Pontiac, LowvUle Mo­ tor*, Essenlohr Motors, Rennie Sales aad Service*, Empire Live— stock, Lewis County Livestock, Agway Petroleum. The Lowvtlle Farmers Cooperative donated two show halters, which were a- •oxded to the winners of the Jun­ ior and Senior showmanship class, A traveling trophte was donated by Jones, Lormore, Markham and Carroll, LowvUle Veterinarians. This trophle win beawaxdedeech yosr to the exhibitor with the best three females bred and owned by the exhibitor. Tbe trophy will b«- kxxf te the first exhibitor who ton win It three yean In a row. This year toe trophy will be ta Robert Peterson’s Showcase. Investigate Burglaries The burglary of *450 In items from a camp on the Braatthgham Lake Road, Grelg, la under In­ vestigation by LowviUe state po­ lice and B.CX The camp of Adolph Kopek was entered sometime between July 15 and 18 and police said entry was gained by cutting a screen an the rear of toe build­ ing and opening a window. Taken were too .22 caliber rifles, a tebtehteig Mtteistoa, ra­ dio-racord player And po: radio. B.C.L Investigator Ray Polett aad Trooper Matt Donnelly are investigating. 255,397,46 333,879.34 335,89 1.92 7,9*7,42 * 88,171.38 *1,8*8,904.61 *1,897,135.85 1,863,589.01 43,585.8* 94,141.00 5.100.704.00 1.055.308.00 *8,250,053.00 0 save MONEJ7 w* Look a t these outstanding bargains on homo modernising and maihtandnco items. VISIT OUR NEW DISPLAY CENTER AND SEE OUR MANY DISPLAYS SPECIALS UNTIL AUGUST I ABITIBI PREFINISHED PANEL Docorativ* Vinyl Clad Panel* Wood-Grained Plywood Paneli Plastic Finished. Panels Wood-Grained Imperial Panel* SOMI PR 1C IS a . A l LOW AS WOOD COLONIAL CROSS BUCK COMBINATION DOORS with tempered gloss REGULAR PRICE 559.50 s p i c i a l $ 3 9 . 9 5 VINYL SHIELD PANELLING REGULAR *3.40 s p i c i a l $ 2 . 9 5 5/8\ - 4' x 6' SHEATING PLYWOOD. Sanded on one aid*. REGULAR *7.20 aheat s p i c i a l $ 4 . 9 5 I X 6 \ SPRUCE PLAINED I MATCHED LUMBER REGULAR *2*0. m c i A i t M O . F A R M E R ' S C O O P I N C . T S £ f£ F % b &.-~ tSSOO SHADY AVeT lOWVIllE^ m . '* P H O N ? 3 % -6M 9 WAR£~T~LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPllES~f IX, Statement ot Capitol IndeWedn*** Accounts Internet Payable to Mjhirlty on Serial Bond* 149,169.83 Serial Bonds Payable? 1,097,908,71 Total Capitol Indebtedness 1,247,078.53 The full text of the annum! financial report In the form filed with The Stole Education Department I* available for pttallt Inpectton at ihe District Office In the Old Turin Elementary Building, Turin, New York 13473, any weekday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p. m. BEATRICE M. CARPENTER Dlatrlct Treasurer July 10, 1973 ’ 49-1-c DEPAHTMENTOF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON. D.C. 20226 THE GOVERNMENT OF H I G H H f i R K E T TO W N PLANS TO EXPEND ITS REVENUE SHARING ALLOCATION FOR THE ENTITLEMENT PERIOD BEGINNING (K) | 1 EXECUTIVE PRO P O S A L Ghacfc this block tf thts plan is based on L - J an sxscutivs proposal J P N i , 1 3 7 3 AND ENDING J U N 3 0 , 1 9 ? 3 IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON AN ESTIMATED TOTAL OF $ g g g ACCOUNT NO 3 3 3 0 2 5 0 0 6 H I OH P 1 R R K E T TOWN S U P E R V I S O R L E W I S C O U N T V C O N S T P B L E V I L L E fi V 1 3 3 2 5 (U D EBT How win th* availability borrowing raqukamenta of AVOID DEBT INCREASE LESSEN DEBT INCREASE of r*fcvtoue YOur X sharing funds affect the uritdietton? NO EFFECT TCO SOON TO PREDICT EFFECT (M) TAXES In which ol th* following manners ia it expected that th* availability ol R*v*nu* Sharing Fundi will affect th* tax l«vela of your furisdiction? Check a* many aa apply. 1 1 WIU ENABLE REDUCING I 1 WILL REDUCE AMOUNT OF RATE I ____ 1 RATE OF A MAJOR TAX 1 ____ 1 INCREASE OF A MAJOR TAX 1 1 WILL FREVENT INCREASE IN fvT\l ( ____ 1 RATE OF A MAJOR TAX NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS 1 1 WILL PREVENT ENACTING 1 1 ___ , 1 ____ j A NEW MAJORTAX | ____ | T0° **>* T0 EFFEC. OPE RATI NG/M A INTENANCE EXPENDITURES CAPITAL EXPENDITURES PRIORITY EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES (A) PLANNED EXPENDITURES tsi mean NAIXtO FOR MMDTBIAItCf OF OSSTIMS SERVtCU |0 pmarr n*M»£C FOR RfWOR EXNUIWO SiflVtCES 105 EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES E PLANNED EXPENDITURES F PERCENT PLANNED FOR: EOUPMBtT G cotsmucnox K LANS ACauSTH* BBT RF! *140(7 T PUBLIC SAFETY $ % % 10 MULTI­ PURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. S % % % % 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION s % % 11 EDUCATION s % % % % 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION s .... j J k f s t & P / d D % % 12 HEALTH s % % % % 4 HEALTH s % % 13 TRANSPORTATION £ % % % % 8 RECREATION s % % 14 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT S % % % % 6 libraries s % % 15 HOUSING h. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT s % % % % 7 SOCIAL SERVICES fOR AGED 4 POOR s % % 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT s % % % % 1 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION s % % 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION s % % % % 9 TOTAL PLANNED OPERATING/MAIN­ TENANCE EXPEN - EHTUftfS 1 / f i t , . t o IB PUBLIC SAFETY $ % % % % 1 have advised a local newspaper and the news media ol the contents of thts report. Furthpfmor* i have records documenting IhS contents of this report aiwd Ihey are open for public and news media scruttny SIGNATURE OFCMtf f EXECUTIVE OFFICER 19 RECREATION CULTURE £ % % % % 20 OTHERS (Specify) s % % % % 21 OTHERS (Spscffr) $ % % % % L i ^ h A J L x i YAMf ITITU - n t -W-T / OATEeClUSHEpr? Q . S h r i f t * , h 22 OTHERS (Specify} s % % % % ^SEPPINT y' A -;y * 'i 23 OTHERS (Specify) s % % % % / 24 OTHERS (Specify) $ % % % % ____ ,- ^ f om > _ k 4 A . . 4 - . £ u J / . . i C . d . n 25 TOTAL PLANNED CAPITAL EXPfNOt- TUFIES $

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