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June 23, 1966

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ii!i il THORN NO. 14 m, l Judgem d Oudin--Arthur Zimmerschied--Richard Snider JINKINS NO. 15 Judges ~'Ude E. Kokesh--Marilyn Gose---Ada Canfield MOORCROFT OUTSIDE NO. 16 Judges ~McCullough--Estelene Williams---Lee Kummerfeld MOORCROFT INSIDE NO. 18 Judges l tha Waymire--Della Stewart Ethel Stoick Clerks )L~xguerite Kummerfeld---Juanita Siemers ROCKYPOINT NO. 20 Judges Chas. E. Starr--Bruce West--.Emmett Faith NEW HAVEN NO. 23 Judges Gladys Clark---George Hauber--Richard D. Bush COLONY NO. 24 Judges Velma Newland--Wayne Wolff--Clyde Raber TOWER NO. 25 ~a " Judges Urice Hauber--Ernest White--Pe~n Smith OSHOTO NO. 26 Judges onald Gossman-~Elbert Zimmerschied reports of earnings and collections of County month of May, 1966 having been filed, same are here- the same paid into the County General Fund as fol. Clerk of Court, Civil and Probate Fees, $48.75; Malt Beverage License $100.00; Francis Hejde, Filing and Miscellaneous Fees, $1195.00. appearing, the Board moved to adjourn to Session June 13, 1966 to check the County Budget as County Budget Officer. of Crook County Commissioners met this day in as per adjournment of June 8, 1966 for the purpose of Budget for the 1966-67 Fiscal Year as submitted Budget Officer; Present, Conrad Ellsbury, Chairman; Kenneth Canfield. Clerk, Francis Hejde, as County Budget Officer, the proposed County Budget for the 1966-67 Fiscal of the various spending agencies of the County. moved and carried, all members voting aye, that the be spread upon the minutes of the meeting of to be determined after a public hearing to July 25, 1966 at 8:00 o'clock P.M. tentative budget was submitted, together with finance same; a complete copy of which is on file in Office: ~ey L Court Jail of Schools $ 9,85o.oo 17,702.75 16,150.00 15,125.00 11,110.00 13,563.50 13,416.25 500.00 9,239.75 16,625.00 400.00 9,900.00 135,000.00 100.00 5,000.00 HEAT GOT YOU DOWN? Then why let your wife slave over that hot stove? Bring the whole in for dinner tonight. Let us do the and wash the dishes. YOU'LL ENJOY THE COOL COMFORT AT 83-1168 Sundance Health Officer 500.00 Miscellaneous including Mental Health $3700.00; Fire Control $3000.00; Social Security Matching fund $6000.00 ....................................................... 17,475.00 TOTAL .................................................................... $291,657.25 Cash Reserve ................................................................ 35,080.00 ' 5 GRAND TOTAL ............................................... $32~,6 7.25 The proposed financial plan to finance same is as follows: Es- timated Cash on hand, including cash in the Cash Reserve Fund, Delinquent Taxes to be collected and revenue other than taxes avail- able for the budget, $157,422.22; Amount to be raised by taxes $16@,185.03; Estimated Mill Levy 5.567 Mills. Amount of money and estimated tentative Mill Levy for amount to be raised by taxes for the 1966-67 County Fair Budget $6825.00; Estimated Mill Levy .224 Mills. Proposed Budget ~for Crook County Library Board for 1966- 67 Budget Year; Total Budget $18,200.00; Cash on hand and estimated revenue for budget $2358.70; Amount to be raised by taxes $15,841.30; Estimated Mill Levy .521 Mills. Proposed Budget for Crook County Memorial Hospital Board for 1966-67 Fiscal Year; Total Budget, including Cash Reserve Fund $8,500.00; Cash on hand and in bank and estimated miscellaneous revenue $5958.68; Amount to be raised by taxes $2,541.32; Estimated tax levy .083 mills. Proposed Budget for Crook County Weed and Pest Control for 1966-67 Fiscal Year; Estimated Total Reflltirements $27,118.00; Total Cash on hand and estimated Revenue $17,581.36; Amount to be raised by taxes $9,536.64; Estimated tax levy .313 Mills. No further business coming before the Board, it was moved and carried to adjourn to meet in regular session July 5, 1966 to conduct usual county business. Board of Crook County Commissioners By Conrad Ellsbury, Chairman. ATTEST: Francis Hejde, County Clerk. (SE~L) Stocker and Feeder Stock Cattle Receipts Down from Week Ago Stocker and feeder numbers totaled 4,987 head this week al Sioux City compared with 6,222 head a week ago and 4,533 head a year ago. The average steer ,price was $25.14, 31 lower than last week and 84 higher than last year. The average stocker and feeder heifers sold at $23.89 compared with $24.24 last week, a drop of 35 from a week ago and an increase of $2.22 from a year ago. The two-way cattle, weighing between 900 to 1000 pounds showed most of the strength for the week with a steady to strong market. Cattle weighing betweem 500-900 lbs. were mostly stea/ty and "green" cattle showed the best ~ndertone with a strong mar- ket. Better yearlings were bringing $27.08-$29.00 per cwt. Short yearlings were selling at the $30.00 per ewt. mark. Two-war cattIe .were selling between $24 and $24.75 per cwt. Choice steer calves sold between $30.00-$34.05 per cwt. choice heifers sold be- tween $26.00-$28.75 per cwt. #EE## f the kitchen using electricity.. / Yes, summer is no problem to the housewmfe u.smg the / convenience of electric:ty. She can cook the hve-long / day and have hot water at her fingertmps without turning / her kitchen into an inferno. And, of course, there are // ,other advanta.g.es. For ,nstance: The comfo,rt., clean- / I!ness and certainty of electr,cm . The cost ms so httle and / the pleasures are so many, mt'.s.no wonder so many / women are cookmng wroth electrmcmty. Why not try ,t ,n your home - you'll be happy you did. Live Better Electrically