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The Weodvtlle Repub/lean, Woodvitle, Misdssip# Pao00 5 4 Friday, $op tember 2 I, | ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS Wilkinson County GENERAL COUNTY FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1974 Personal Service & Contractual Consumable Assistance Statutory Services Supplies to Needy Fees 400 500 600 300 10O GENERAL GOVERNMENT 110 Administrative Offices: 111 Board of Supervisors 112 Chancery Clerk's Office 113 Circuit Clerk's Office 114 Tax Assessor's Office 116 Superintendent of Education's Office 117 Maintenance of Buildings & Grounds 150: Courts: 151 Chancery Court 152 Circuit Court 157 Justices of the Peace Courts 200 PUBLIC SAFETY 201 Sheriff's Office 205 Constables 400 HEALTH & WELFARE 410 Health: 411 Health Centers & General Clinics 450 Welfare: 451 Paupers 453 Pro rata Welfare Expense 454 Food Stamp Expense 500 EDUCATIONAL & RECREATIONAL 510 Education: 511 Libraries (300 CONSERVATION & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 602 Farm & Home Service 603 Southwest Development District TOTAL ESTIMATF_,D DISBURSEMENTS $ 9,000.00 $10.000.00 $3,500.00 17 100.00 900.00 1.100.00 13,000.00 500.00 1.100.00 25.817.00 2,075.00 40b.{J0 800.00 4,800.00 5,000.00 1,400.00 3,000.00 200.00 300.00 $7.500.00 1.000.00 7.000.00 500.00 31,669.00 3,955.00 4.950:00 1.650.00 900.00 900.00 ESTIMATED RECEIPTS LOCAL SOURCES 206 Mineral Lease Tax 207 Penalties & Interest on Delinquent Taxes 211 Dealers Privilege Licenses 213 Sleriff's Commissions & Fees 214 Tax Collector's Commissions & Fees 216 Fines - Courts 217 Sales - Personal Property TOTAL LOCAL SOURCES INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE Federal: 222 Law Enforcement {LEAA) Program State: 231 Reimbursement for Homestead Exemptions 245 Timber Severance Tax 240 Assessor Pay - State Share TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN TAXATION UNENCUMBERED CASH BALANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED R'ECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY {Subtract from Estimated Disbursements) MISSISSIPPI PUBLIC SCHOOL BUDGET EXPENDITURES (I) (2) Total Minimum Co.-wide or All Funds Program Overflow Funds M.P. Funds $ 1,000.00 3,600.00 15,000.00 County and District Number 7900 100.0 ADMINISTRATION 110.0 Salaries 111.0 Board of Education 112.0 Sal.. Professional 113.0 Salaries, Clerical 114.0 Salaries, Other 130.0 Other Administration Total 100.0 - Total Admin4stration (x70) 200.0 INSTRUCTION 210.0 Salaries 211.0 Principals 212.0 Consultants & Superv. 213.9 Teachers 213.1 Teachers 213.2 Sub. Teaebers 214.9 Other Instr. Staff 214.1 Librarian, Sal. 214.3 Guidance Pers. 214.5 Drug Spec. 215.0 Secretarial and Clerical 220.0 Textbooks 230.0 Libraries & Audio-Visual Mater. 240.0 Teaching Supplies 250.0 Other Expense for Instr. Total 200.0 - Total Instruction (xT0) 500.0 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 510.0 Salaries 520.0 Contracted Services & Pub. Car. 530.0 Replacement of Vehicles 540.0 Transportation Insurance 58'0.00 Other Expenses Total 500.0 - Total Transportation (x70) 600.0 OPERATION OF PLANT 610.0 Salaries 620.0 Contracted Services 630.0 Heat ,for Building 840.0 Utilities, .except heat 650.0 Supplies, except utilities 660.0 Other Expenses Total 600.0 - Total Operation of Plant (x70) 700.0 MAINTENANCE OF pLANT 719.0 Salaries 720,0 Contracted Services 730.0 Replaeement of Equipment 740.0 Other 'Expenses Total 700.0 - Total Matnt. of Plant (x70) $ 800.0 FIXED CHARGES 810.0 Dlstrlct Contrib. to S.S. &Ret. 820.0 Insurance 830.0 Rental of Land and Buildings Total 800.0 - Total. Fixed Charges (x70) 1000.5 Total Current Operation (x70) 1500.0 Total Gross Expenditures (x71) (100.0 - 1400.0) 1600.0 add: Ending Cash Balance (x71) (Operating Reserve) 1700.0 Total Funds to Account For (x71) REVENUE IECEIPTS 10.0 Local Sources 11.0 Taxation 11.1 Ad Valorem Tax 11.2 Mineral Lease (Stamp) Tax 14.0 Sixteenth Section Income Total 10.0 - Total Local Sources (x70) 30.0 State Sources 31.0 Per Capita & Min. Prog. Funds 32.0 Vocational Funds, State 4.0 Severance Tax 35.'0 Homestead Exemption Relmb. Total 30.0- Total State Sources (x70) 40.0 Federal Sources 41.0 'Vocational Funds 41,1 Voc. Funds, Federal 47.0 Nat. Forest., TVA-Lfeu L Total 40.0 - Total Fed. Sources (x70) 49,0 TOrIAL REVENUE RECEIPTS (10.0 - 40.0) (xT1) 100.0 TOTAL GROSS RECEIPTS....(xT1) 110.0 ADJUSTED GROSS RECEIPTS 100,0 plus and minus interfund trans.) (X71) 120.0 Add: Beginning Cash Balance (x71) 130.0 TOTAL FUNDS TO ACCOUNT FOR (x71) $ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 16,8300 5,606.00 $ 4,362.00 18,274.00 6,640.00 4,371.00 1,800.00 1,800.00 3,855.00 1,305.00 2,100.00 $ 42,059.00 $ 17,060.00 $ 10,833.00 40,770.00 28,770.00 18,68fl.00 17,580.00 647,597.00 574,046.00 1,200.00 14,050.00 14,050.00 7,315.00 7,315.00 9,387.00 6,733.00 650.00 150.00 6,164.00 5,500.00 53,153.75 7,2Q0.00 2,700.00 875.00 $ 808,399.75 $ 655,336.00 $ 150.00 $ 58.070.00 $ 58,070.00 2.475.00 2,475.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 780.00 780.00 39,330.00 39,330.00 $130,655.00 $ 130.655.00 35,258.00 19,715.00 30.00 10.750.00 3,676.00 16,740.00 I0.333.00 8,300.00 5,800.00 30.00 $ 71,106.00 $ 39,524.00 15183.00 9,422.00 11,200.00 3,100.00 6,500.00 1,600.00 2,300.00 1,0q4.Q0 35,183.00 $ 15,196.00 103,984.00 86,746.00 1,022.00 5,152.00 480,00 $ 109,616.00 $ 86,746.00 $ 1,022.00 $1,197,018.75 $ 944,517.00 $ 12,005.00 $1,197,018.75 $ 944,517.00 $ 12,005.00 $ 242,967.24 $ 175,288.48 $ 19,499.14 $1,439,95.99 $1,119,805.48 $ 31,504.14 Grants Capital to Other Outlay & Board of Agencies Investments Supervisors' 700 950 Allocations $11.700.00 20,000.00 8,000.00 2,200.00 $ 300.00 $ 22.800.00 400.00 19,500.00 400.00 15.000.00 450.00 28342.00 800.00 11,200.00 3.500.00 8.500.00 7,500.00 6,600.00 47,174.00 1,650.00 $ 1,000.00 1.200.00 800.00 800.00 23,500.00 20,000.00 300.00 $ 3,000.00 ii,000.00 7.000.00 1,642.00 (3) (4) (6) District PL 89-10 Other MaintenancTitlesI,III District Funds Funds Funds Bldg. & Imp. $ 4,662.00 $ 2,000.00 5,370.00 1,684.00 450.00 $ 10,032.00 $ 4.134.00 12,900.00 1,100.00 73,551.00 1.200.00 9,387.00 6.733.00 500.00 664.00 13,394.00 32,559.75 1,825.00 $ 119254.00 $ 33,659.75 15,481.00 60.00 30.00 7,074.00 6,207.90 200.00 2,500.00 30.00 $ 3122.00 $ 260.00 5,761.00 6,3{YJ.O0 1,800.00 4,900.00 1,226.00 $ 18,187.00 $ 1,800.00 15,555.00 661.00 5,152.00 480.00 $ 21.187.00 $ 681.00 $ 199,982.00 $ 40,514.75 $ 199,982.00 $ 40,514.75 $ 41,900.35 $ 241,882.35 $ 40,514.75 $ 104,300.00 $ 48,973.00 $ 4,027.00 $ 51,300.00 300.00 300.00 12,500.00 12,500.00 $ 117,100.00 $ 48,973.00 $ 4327.00 $ 63,800.00 862,170.00 862,170.00 20,000.00 72:581.00 72,581.00 17,700.00 9,000.00 $ 972,451.00 $ 943,751.00 10,000.00 $ 25,000.00 $ 35,000.00 $1,124,551.00 $ t992f124.00 $1,124,551.00 $ 992,724.00 13.500.00 1,000.00 3,600.00 15.000.00 20,000.Q0 8,000.00 2,200.00 $220,666.00 $1,124,551.00 $ 315,434.99 Total Estimated Receipts $ 1,000.00 1,200.00 800.00 800.00 23,500.00 20.000.00 300.00 $ 47,600.00 $ 3,000.00 ii,000.00 7,000.00 1,642.00 $ 22,642..00 $ 70,242.00 $ 31,500.00 $101,742.00 $127,924.00 $ 4,327.00 $ 4,327.00 $ 4,327.00 $ 27,177.14 $ 31,504.14 $1,439,985.99 $ 992,724.00 $ 127,081.48 $1,119,805.48 $ 6,279.27 $ 6,279.27 20,000.00 8,700.00 $ 28,700.00 $ i0,000.00 25,000.00 35,000.00 $ 127,500.00 $ 127,500:00 $ 127,500.00 $ 114,382.35 $ 241,882.35 $ $ 40,514.75 $ 40,514.5 $ Wilkinson County ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Year Ending September 300 1974 FIRST DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Disbursements MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 300 Personal Services: 312 Supervision {Spervisors & Engineer) $ 7,200.00 325 Salaries & Wages Road Employees} 22,000.00 360 Fringe Benefits {S.S., Ret.& Ins.) 3,240.00 400: Contractual: 440 Repairs by Ouide Persons 6.000.00 500 Consmnable Supplies: 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 8,000.00 540 Petroleum Products (Gas & Oil) 4.500.00 550 Machinery Repair Parts 2.000.00 TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE $ 52.940.00 CAPITAL OUTLAY 980 Construction larojecs $89,560.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 89,560.00 TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS $142,500.00 Estimated Receipts 210 LOCAL SOURCES 212 Auto Road & Bridge Privilege Taxes $ 7,500.00 Total $ 7,500.00 220 STATE  OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES 241 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax $60,fl00.00 242 Motor Vehicle License Tax 6,500.00 290 National Forest Reserve 8,000.00 Total $ 74,500.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN TAXATION $ 82,000.00 NENCUMBERED CASH BALANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR $ 60,500.90 TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION $142,500.00 BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY Subtract I'rom Estimated Disbursements) 0.00 Wilkinson County ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1974 SECOND DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Disbursements MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 300 Personal Services 312 Supervision (Supervisors & Engineer) $ 7200.00 325 Salaries & Wages (Road Employee) 35,000.00 360 Fringe :Benefits (S.S., Ret. & Ins.) 6.380.00 400 Contractual 440 Repairs by Outslde Persons 10,000.00 500 Consumable Supplies: 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 8.000.00 540 Petroleum Products (Gas & Oil) 11,000.00 550 Machinery Repair Parts 5,'J00.00 TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE CAPITAL OUTLAY 980 Construction Projects $56,720.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Receipts 210 LOCAL SOURCES 212 Auto Road & Bridge Privilege Taxes $8,900.00 Total $ 8,900.00 220 STATE & OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES 241 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax $72,000.00 242 Motor Vehicle License Tax 7,600.00 243 Severance Tax (Oil, Gas & Timber) 10,00.00 290 National Forest Reserve 8,000.00 Total TOTAL RECEIP'TS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN TAXATION UN]NCUMBERED CASH BALANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Subtract from Estimated Disbursements} 0.00 Wilkinson County ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1974 THIRD DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Disbursements MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 300 Personal Services 312 Supervision (Supervisors & Engineer) $ 7,200.00 325 Salaries & Wages (Road Employees) 20,000.00 380 Fringe Benefits (S.S., Ret. & Ins.) 3,100.00 400 Contractual 440 Repairs by Outside Persons 4,500.00 500 Consumable Supplies: 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 4,000.00 540 Betroleum Products (Gas & Oil) 3,200.00 550 Machinery Repair Parts 1,5'00. TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE CAPITAL OUTLAY 980 Construction Projects $54,500.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Receipts 210 LOCAL SOURCES 212 Auto Road & Bridge Privilege Taxes $ 5,500.00 Total 220 STATE & OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES 241 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 43,000.00 242 Motor Vehicle License Tax 4,600.00 290 National Forest Reserve 8,000.00 Total TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAI TAXATION UNENCUMBERED CASH BAUANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER THAN TAXATION BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE RAISED BY TAx LEVY (Subtract from Estimated Disbursements) Wilkinson County ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS BUDGET OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS For Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1974 FOURTH DISTRICT ROAD FUND Estimated Disbursements MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE 300 Personal Services 312 Supervision (Supervisors & Engineer) $ 7,200.00 325 Salaries & Wages (Road Employees) 30,000.00 360 lringe Benefits (S.S., Ret.& Ins.) 4.2{Y0.00 400 Contractual: 440 Repairs by Outside Persons '/,000.00 500 Consumable Supplies: 520 R. & B. Maint. Supplies & Materials 5,000.00 540 Petroleum Products (Gas & Oil) 8,500.00 550 Machinery Repair Parts 2,500.00 TOTAL MAINTENANCE COSTS & DEBT SERVICE CAPITAL OUTLAY 980 Construction Projects $39,447.00 TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL FROM DISTRICT ROAD FUNDS Estimated Receipts 210 LOCAL SOURCES 212 Auto Road & Bridge Privilege Taxes $5,9'00.00 Total 220 STATE & OTHER OUTSIDE SOURCES 241 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax $47,000.00 242 Motor Vehicle License Tax 5,000.00 243 Severance Tax (Oil, Gas & Timber) 13,000.00 290 National Forest Reserve 8,000.00 Total TOTAL RECF_PTS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN TAXATION UNENCUMBERED CASH BALANCE FROM PRECEDING YEAR TOTAL CASH BALANCE AND ESTIMATED RECEIPTS OTHER. THAN TAXATION BALANCE IS AMOUNT NECESSARY TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Subtract from tnated Dlsburseraerts) (Continued on Page 7) $ 82,580.0 $ 56,720.00 $139,300.00 $ 97,600.00 $106,500.00 $ 32,800.00 $139,300.00 $ 43,500.00 $ 54,500.00 $ 98,000.00 $ 5,500.00 $ 55,600.00 $ 61,100.00 $ 36,900.00 $ 98,000.00 0.00 $ 64,400,00 $ 39,447.00 $103,847.00 $ 5,900.00 $ 73,000.00 $ 78,900.00 $ 24,947.00 $103,847.00 InloIOIIIlIIOIIUII|IIBIIIIOMIOIIJJIIIIINIIIIIII'III'It IM IIIllUt From The Files Of The Republican "Backward, turn backward, Oh Time, in thy flight .... " Illltllllil eli iilitllllllllllltt II II IIIII1111 II IIIlilll IIIIIlllllllll 25 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hensen of Tchula were recent guests of her brother and sister-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hop- son, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Jones, of Radburn, N. J., announce the birth of a son on September 8. This is their second child and first son. He is the grandson of Mrs. H. S. White and of Mr. A. H. Jones. Miss Betty Priest, of Wilkin- son. left recently far Memphis' where she will visit a school- mate. Miss Ella Thomas, for a few days. From there she will go to Blue Mountain to re- sume her studies at Blue Moun- tain College. "Tiger" Lessley celebrated his fifth ,birthday last Saturday at a party given by his mother, Mrs. Mason Lessley, at their home. About thirty of his little friends were ,present. Each was presented a noise maker, and each little girl received a brace- let and each little boy .a spin- ning top as favors. The tradi- tional birthday cake and ice cream was enjoyed by all. Sergeant Alfred W. Nelson, native of Woodville, who has completed a tour of duty with the U. S. Army in the Philip- pines, recently returned o the United States aboard the Army Transport General Haan. The freshman class at IU enrolled four members from Woodville this veek, Bill Lowry, David Lindsey McCraine, Dick McGraw and Ben Tolbert. Stu- dents from this area include Mrs. Robert Wilson, John L. Hays, Leonard Leake and Thom- as "Baby" James. 50 YEARS AGO There is a growing demand over the state for the repeal of the absent Voter law, and we agree with those who suggest that the next session of the legislature take such action, The la, w was most necessary during the ,recent war; ,but this necessity has been removed, so let's get rid of it. It is open to too great abuse, so lets have it repealed. Miss LiS Argue left during the first of the week for Jen- nings, La., where she has a position ,as teacher in the high school in that town. On next Tuesday, September 20th, our Jewish friends will celebrate Yom Kippur, .or Day ,of Atonement, and on that day the stores of all the Jewish merchants will be closed. Rev. Henry G. Hawkins, pas- tor of the Woodville Methodist Church, has asked us to give notice that he expects to hold services at White's School House on Sunday afternoon at tlaree o'clock. Mr. Sam Rosso and his daugh- ter, Miss Mary Rosso, spen,t sev- eral days in New Orleans last week. Jack Redhead, Jr., left on (Continued on Page 8) 0.00 0000Adversity makes a man wme00 though- not rmh. What if someone were hurt on your property, you could be financially responsible. That's why you should have the protection of eomprehensive liability insurance coverage. The small cost of Farm Bureau insurance liability protection is a modest price to pay for peace of mind. Call your local Farm Bureau insurance agent today about preparing for tomorrow. ! Richard F,laccomio 888-3661 or 4612 Box 444 I Woodville, Mis. I I I I  /: /iii