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IANGLE Legal Notices TO CREDITORS Victor R. Strom- IS HEREBY GIVEN signed, David Lyon of the estate Slrommer, deceas- creditors of, and all claims against to exhibit necessary vouch- months after  of this no- Administrator - " Will Annexed at H. Cresap, Law, 212 Central Sidney, Montana. 27th day of Octo- STROIMER L Avenue South Box 953 59270 Administrator - - Will - Annexed |NOV. 3, I0, 17 and KAP- IS HEREBY GIVEN, signed, Albert Kap- of the estate of [APPEL, deceased, of, and all per- claims against the to exhibit them ess voucher s months after the of this notice Attorney for es- Montana, hereby as the place for the of business of the day of Novem- Kappel CH t Law and Business Ad- Box 831 10, 17, 24 and SALE No. 10081 L LAND BANK a c0rldor aiion, "VS- JR., and BUR- husband and CASCADE CORP., corporation; and BANK ASSO- SIDNEY, a cor- al Sheriff' s day of Decem- of the court- Richland Court- . the following de- to - wit: West half of 57 East of the Northeast quar- 33, Township 24 57 East of the South half of 33; and the of Section 34, Range 57 Meridian. of Novem- N. GRINOLDS, County, 17, 24; Dec. 1, 3 CREDITORS PUST, also PUST, Deceas- HEREBY GIVEN 'algned Executor of Lina Pust, al- Pust, deceas- of and all claims against to exhibit vonch- (4) months af- this said Executor at Cum- National of of said estate. 1971 0. PUST the Estate of and Bank Bnilding 59270 24; Dec. I, 8, JUDICIAL DIS- STATE OF FOR THE WITTI, PROBATE OF OF LET- Order made in the above entitled matter on the 8th day of November, 197!; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Petition for the Probate of Will of Mathilda Witti, de- ceased, and for the Issuance of Ltters Testamentary to Erich Pust has been filed in tlds Court, and that Wednesday, the 1st day of December, 1971, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in the Courtroom of said Court, in the Court House in the CitY of Sidney, Rlchland County, Montana, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing said Petition, when and where any person in- terested may appear and cow test the same and show cause, ff any he has, why said Petitiou should not be granted. Dated this 8th day of Novem- ber, 1971. ILENE DAWE Clerk of the District Court (COURT SEAL) MILTON G. ANDERSON Post Office and Business Ad- dress: P. O. Box 73 The New Sidney Drug Store Building, Sidney, Mont., 59270 Attorney for Petitioner (Publish Nov. 10, 17 and 24, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN ,,ND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND Civil NO. 9786 THE SIDNEY NATIONAL BANK, a corporation, Plaintiff, -VS- WILLIAM VOORHEES, JR., De- fendant. SHERIFF'S SALE To be sold at Sheriff' s Sale on the 3rd day of December, 1971, at 2:00 o'clock P.M., at the front door of the Court House at Sidney, Richland, Montana, the following property: All of the right, title and in. tere st of William Vonrhees, Jr., in and to the following describ- ed real property: Section 31, Township 26 North, Range 51 e.m.p.m., Richland Count, Montana. HAROLD N. GRINOLDS, SHERIFF RICHLAND COUNTY, MONTANA By ARON SCIMIERER . Under Sheriffi " , ", . abedank, Cumming and Best Sidney National Bank Building P. O. Box 751 Sidney, Montana 59270 Attorneys for Plaintiff (Publish Nov. 17, Nov, 24 and Dec. 1, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDiCIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND CASE NO. 3326 IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARDIANSHIP OF LESTER S. BENSON, an incompetentper- SOn. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE LEASED FOR DE- VELOPMENT OF OIL, GAS AND OTHER MINERALS. A duly verified petition having been flied herein seeking aw thority of this Court for an or- der authorizing and directing the Guardian to enter into a certain lease for oil, gas and other minerals on the premises belonging to said guardianship as herein-after described; and it appearing therefrom that said lease is in the best interests of said guardianship, and the Court being fully advised in the prem- ises; IT IS ORDERED that all per- sons interested in the estate of Lester S. Benson, an incompe- tent person, he and appear be- fore the Honorable L. C. Gul- brandson, Judge of the above - entitled Court in the Courtroom of said Court at Sldoey, Mon, tans. at the hour of ten o'clock A.M. on the 1st day of Decem- ber 1971, to then and there show cause, ff  there be, wl the following described nil and gas lease should not he leased to the lessee therein named for a period commencing upua de- livery of said lease andtermin- ating March 14, 1977, and so long thereafter as oil, gas and other minerals are produced from said lands in commercial quantifies. A description of the mineral interests, the name of rite lessee, the beeuaconsldera- lion and delsy rental for the fir st year applicable is described as follows: An undivided me - fifth In- tereat in all oil, gas snd other minerals in and under:. Township 24 Nort Range 57 East, M.P.M. Section h Lots 2, 3, 4; Section 2: Lot 1. Lessee: Wendell H. Elliott, Sidney, Moutana. Bmms Con- sideratiou: $320.40; Annual De- lay Rental: $42.72. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this order to show eause be published for two (2) eemecu- tire weeks in the Sidney Her- aid, a newspaper of ganeral circulation, published in Rich- land County, M andwleh T he D eVilles E @ ***t 00ntertalnment - -o, o- Every Night Exeevt Monday newspaper is designated as most likely to give notice to all persons of the pendency of this petitign. DATED this I0 day of No- vember, 1971. ATTEST: L. C. GULBRANDSON DISTRICT JUDGE ILENE DAWE Clerk of District Court (COURT SEAL) (Publish Nov. 17and24, 1971) NOTICE OF A CORRIDOR PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, in accordance with Sec- tion 116 of the FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1956 and Policy and Procedure Memor- andum 20-8 issued Jan. 14, 1969 by the U. S. Department of Trausportatiou, a Corridor ' Public Hearing will be held in the Community Hall at Savage, Montana on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 1971 at the hour of 2:00 p.m., relating to the route location of a proposed highway construc- tion project on Montana High- way No. 16 from a point 1.7 miles north of Savage, Mont., to just north of Crane, Mortt. Three alternate routes will be presented for discussion, with the average length being 8.4 miles for a new two-lane road- way, with drainage and irriga- tiou structures as required. A cogy of the Negative Declarattoe report on environ- mental considerations, along with maps, drawings and other pertinent information relating to this project will be available for public inspection and copy- Ing at the Mcmtana Highway CoCnnission Office at Glendive, Mont. The tentative schedule for right of way acquisition and construetioa, as well as reloca- tion assistance pregrams, will be discussed. INVITATION IS HEREBY EX- TENDED TO ALL INTEREST- El} PERSONS in the subject , matter of this notice to attend said bearing and to submit writ- ten briefs or verbal arguments either for or against the pro- position. Written statements will also be accepted for ten (10) days following the hearing by the Montana Highway Commission, Helena, Mont. Dated this 26th day of Octo- ber 1971. Project: F 245 (12) parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Maecke, Taylor, N. D., are resi- dents of that state. They have re- quested that RODNEY MUECKE be discharged from Boulder River School and Hospital. Therefore, it is ordered that the release of the said RODNEY MUECKE be made permanent, and, thereby, relieve the Bould- er River School and Hospital from further responsibility. Dated: November 11, 1971 Robert M. Perry, Superin- tendent Boulder River School and Hospital State of Montana County of Jefferson I hereby certify thatthe above instrument is a true, correct- ed, and compared copy of the original on file in the office of the Boulder River School and Hospital. Dated: 11-17-71 Harriet Wortman, ART Medical Record Librarian (Publish Nov. 24, 1971) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIS- TRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF RICHLAND IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF DALE O. EDEBURN, Deceased. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY R E A L PROPERTY SHOULD NOT BE SOLD. On reading the Petition filed by Alfred Vaira, Administrator of the Estate of Dale O. Ede- burn, Deceased, wherein it ap- pears that it is necessary and for the benefit, best interests and advantage of the estate and all per sons interested therein to sell the real property of the es- tate: NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that all persons in- terested in sai].estate appear before this Court onWednesday the 8th day of December, 1971, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, in/he Court Room of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Sidney, County of Richland, State of Montana, or as soon thereafter as counsel and the matter may he beard, then and there to show cause why an or- der should not he granted said Administrator o sell the fol- lowing described property, eith- er in three separate parcels or LEWIS M. CHITTIM, P.E. as one single unit, whichever State High Engineer  .,:,methodl sale Wotld, briR the (Publish Oct 27 and Nov 24, ..... greatest net return to the es- 1971) t ate  the heirs, thereof, to- BOULDER RIVER SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL, BOULDER, MONTANA 59632 In the Matter of the Release of RODNEY MUECKE from the Boulder River School and Hos- pital ORDER OF RELEKSE The Superintendent of the BOULDER RIVER SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL, BOULDER, MONTANA, after due consid- eration of the above, finds: That RODNEY MUECKE was admitted to Boulder River School and Hospital Jan. 7, 1964, from the city of Fair- view,' County of Rlchland, by the Departmem of Public Wel- fare. He was born Oct. 15, 1949, of the white race. RODNEY MUECKE was at our institution from Jan. 7, 1964, until Oct. 31, 1970, when he was transferred to Grafton State Hospital. Grafton, N. D. His wit: Township 25 North, Range 54 East, M.P.M. Section 14: E1/2; Section 23: M/ NEI/4 ; Section 24: All. IT IS FURTHERED ORDER- ED that a copy of this Order be published for two successive weeks prior to said day of hear- ing in The Sidney Herald, a weekly newspaper of general circulation, printed andpublish- ed at Sidney, Richland County, Montana. Dated at Sidney, Montana, this 22nd day of November, 1971. ILENE DAWE Clerk of the District Court (COURT SEAL) MILTON G. ANDERSON P. O. Box 73 Sidney Drug Store Building Sidney, Montana 59270 Attorney for Administrator (publish Nov. 24 and Dec. 1, 1971) 00bmmlssion Proceedings OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RICHLAND COUNTY, SIDNEY, MONTANA, NOV. 1, 1971 All members and clerk were present In regular sessio The meeting was opened by Sheriff Harold Grinolds. MInutes of the previous meet- ings were read, approved and ordered filed. Permissiou to leave the State was given to County Commis- sioners, County Attorney, Treasurer, Clerk and Record- er, Clerk cf Court, Assessor, Superintendent of Schools, Sur- veyor, Sheriff and his deputies, Coroner, and Dr. R. D. Harper. Richard Almer called on the Board. A. J. Huber called to dis- cuss a lOt he wished topurchase in Fairview when the County takes itfor tax deed. The remainder of the day was spent mditLng claims. At 5:00 P.M. the Board ad- jouroed. Nov. 2, 1971 - Closed for Elec- tion Day. Nov. 3, 1971 All members and clerk were present. Allan Curtis, salesrepresen- tative for Allied Equipment call- ed on the Cemmissioners. Joe Klasna requested work on the Fink roll Pete Brekhua andRalphJohn, son, new admlstrai for the hospital, called on the Board to discusa pe4icy on welfare pa- tients. Harry Fbss and Mr. and Mr s. Gene Foss called on the Com- missioners to request some. gravel on their road. Dr. Harper, Mary Alice Reh- bein, Martin Stone and Frances Steppler met with file commis- sioners as a Board of Health. Mary Alice reported that 1174 shots had been given at the Im- munization clinics, and that405 visits had been made bY the Home Health Nurses during the past month. She also reported on meetings attended at Billings and Great Falls, In.service ed- ucation meetings, the L.P.N. school, and that Dr. Camilla Anderson will conduct educa- tional meetings for the Health and Welfare Departments. Dr. Harper reported on a meeting of Public Health offi- cials at Wolf Point. He dis- cussed various problems that were brought up there. Martin stone presented his sanitation report and discuss- ed the requirements of the State Sanitation Board, and the fact that time does not permit him to make all the inspections they request in a month.He dis- cussed with the Board whicbin, spectious they wished to take precedence. Frances Steppler asked about sanitation requirements on church dinners, food sales etc. and was informed that so far the inspection of the various places holding this type of func- tion has not been part of the du- ties of the SanitarianandHealth Doctor. At the conclusion of tls meeting, a petition was present- ed. which had been signed by 145 of the registered electors in Precinct 7 at Lambert, to change their polling place from the Lambert School to the Lam- bert Fire Hall. Since holding the election at the school caus- es many problems and con- flicts, a motion was made by Andrew Petersen Jr., seconded by E. H. Wick and carried, that the polling place be charged to the Lambert Fire Hall, and the clerk will notify all registered electors of the change. A petition was presented by 15 of the 22 registered elec- tors in Precinct 8 at Enid to have their boundaries chang- ed, so that they would be in- cluded in the Lambert pre- cinct. It has been increasing- ly difficult to secure judges and a place to hold the elec- tion, so on motion made by E. H. Wick, seconded by Harold Burke and carried, it was agreed to have the boundaries changed and ailregiateredelec- tors will be notified. The Coun- ty Surveyor will also be con- tacted so that precinctboundar- ies can be drawn up and a new precinct map made. The remainder of the day was spent going over claims. At 5:.00 P.M. the Board sd- journed. Nov. 4, 1971 All members and clerk were pre sent. George Shanley, Casework- er, presented all current Wel- fare matters to the Board. Owen Harris called on the Board regarding some work that he had done at the Three Butte Ranch. Jim Sawyer called on the Commissioners. Edvard Kristiansen went over Road and Bridge matters with The Sidney Herald, idney, Mont., Wednesday. Nov. 24, 1971 - 38 the Board. John Redman called to dis- cuss a hill near his ranch that needs cutting down and widen- ing out, so that trucks can haul cattle over it. A petition to vacate Order of Abandonment of a portion of County Road 511 was received by the Board and turned over to the County Attorney, V. G. Koch for handling. At 5..08 P.M. the Board ad- journed. Nov. 5, 1971 All members and clerk were present in Special session. The official canvass of the Special General Election held on Nov. 2, 1971, was begun: Official results for Richland County were declared as fol- lows: C. Louise Cross 942; T. J. Haorahan 813; Signa D. Ku- besh 776; Russell C. McDonough 734; Henry H. Diou 570; Otto T. Habedank 1674; R. L. Robins 552; L. E. (Gene) Wood 755; Os- car L. Andersm 1927; Ramona J. (Noni) Morasko 970; Referen- dum No. 68 -- For 890; Against 1938. Harold Henderson called to request the CountY to pay their share of his Retirement for the past two years. Since he was part time help this had not been witleld. They agreed todothis as seou as he found out the exact requirements from the State Re- tirement Board. A delegation consisting of Gordon Oakland, Melvin Rau- sehendorfer, Charlie Williams, Richard L. Stotts, Harold Rhines, Gene Mickelsmt, Allen (Continued oa pqe 5B) Examiner's Report... (Continued from Page 2B) we recommend that the Commissioners consider obtaining ablanket surety bond which would provide coverage for all officers snd em- playees of the County. Claims During the examination of County claims, we noted that the Sheriff had been receiving one hundred ($100.00) dollar s per month over and above his legal salary for jailer services. This would appear to be contrary to the provisions of Sections 25-605 and 25-609, R.C.M., 1947, iv that this payment exceeds that authorized. Clerk and Recorder We noted that the Clerk and Recorder was not examining the real property assessment bonk as is required by Suctiou 84-4114, R.C.M., 1947. Treasurer At the time of this examination, we noted that the end of the month totals on the Treasurer's cash book, general ledger and monthly report were not all in agreement, although the total Treasurer' s cash accounts were in agreement with the cash and securities on hand. Procedures should be implemented in the Treasurer's office to correct and prevent such errors. All of the Treasurer's books of record shouldbe completed in ink rather than in the present custom of pencil We noted that the Deputy Treasurer wasthe ouly individual in rite entire Treasurer's Office that knew the complete operation of the office. We recommend that the County Treasurer delegate some of her duties to other members of the staff to provide continuity and create better internal control. Upon review of the Treasurer's bank balances, we noted that the Count money had not been ratably distributed among the banks of the County as is required by Section 16-2618 (4), R.C.M., 1947. Funds on deposit in the depository banks were amply protected by pledged securities, and by the guarmnee of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. However, some of the securities pledgedby the Falrview Bank, Falrview, Moutana. did not comply with Section 16-2618, (2), R.C.M., 1947, and should be replaced with acceptable The. fQ!lowir recommendatlons pertain to the Treasurer' S re- ceipt,. ,, 1, ll voided recelks should be turned over to the Clerk and Recorder. 2. All receipts should be ordered and checked for printing error s by rite Clerk and Recorder. AnY forms which have printing er- rors should be returned to the printer for correction. The Treasurer was carrying several old outstanding checks on the books. Aay check which is eight years old or older slmuld be removed from the current lit of outstanding checks. With the exception of the Sidney Golf andCotmtry Club, all liquor licenses were collected o,I a current basis. The liquor license pro- eeeds were distributed iw4roperly, in that the CountY Portion was deposited to  County poor fund rather than to the County general fund. The records of the Treasurer and the CmmtY Clerk and Recorder were still showing delinquent reaiproperty taxesdatlng back to 1918. We also noted that the County did not start tax deed proceedlngs all property which had taxes of three years or older against it. We recommend that: 1. A study be made of all delinquent taxes to determine if the taxes are due, ca" if errors have been made in recording tax trans. actions. 2. A policy be established where the County starts tax deed ac- tlon on all land which has delinquent taxes for three or more yem's. We noted that for the past severalyears various Individuals In the Treasurer' s of the have eceived anotary fee for notarizing automo- bile titles. While we understand that each individual purchased his own notary bond, we feel that this practice is contrary to Section 25-213, R.C.M., 1947. Public Administr at Apparently there was no Anton i. Daht probate as shown on page 13 of the docket. The Public Administrator sbouidflnd out why there was no probate and attempt to clear up this aceotmt. The warrants shown outstanding should be cancelled. We again request that the PUblic Administrator, with the assist- ance of the CountY Attorney, make m effortto dispose of estate ac- counts which are a number of years old and no longer active. Justice of the Peace We noted that in Highway Patrol violations, J Gebhardt was charging his normal fees for fines of five dollars ($5.08)  less. This practice is eontrary to Section 31-112, R.C.M., 1947, which states in part "... the fees of justices of the peace in all offenses in which the statutory fine is five dollars ($5.00) or less, shall be one dollar ($1.00), bet if the statutory fine is in excess of five dol- lars $5.00), the justices of the pesee shallbe permitted the fee now prescribed by law; . . ." The Justice of the Peace CountY fines were incorrectly distrl- Imted to the Cotmty general fm, when they should have been dis- tributed to the general school fund in accordance with Section 94- 801 (1), R.C.M., 1947, r tothe Cmmty road fund in accordance with Section32-1131, R.C.M., 1947. Sheriff We noted that the charge for mileage in serving writ, process, *warrants, etc., was based on a minimum fee of one dollar ($1.08) which is contrary to Sections 25-226 and 16-2723, R.C.M., 1947. The allowable charge is $0.11 per actual mile traveled. Clerk of Court The Court trust fund was not in agreement with the Treasurer' S records. The primary reason for this was at the trust fund had never been maintained correctly nor reconciled monthly by the Clerk of Cowt. The money shown on pge 14 as ',Error in Escheatedr Property "' on the Summary of Trust Fund AecotmtBaiances should be escheat- ed to the State of Montana. Surveyor It was our understanding that the County Surveyor has been using the services of a Count7 employee in his privatebuaioeas and charging the clients for this man's services. The money received m clients was apparently used for the personal benefit of the CountY Surveyor. The use of a Count' emple,ee's services for per- sonal gain would seem questionable. We therefore recommend that if the services of a CmmtY emplee are to be used in the pri- vate business  the Coun Surveyor, then the Sttrveyor must pay a prorated share ( the emphee's salary. T. MIchael McCartnoy Dcmdd P. Thompson Deputy State Examiners RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR RICHLAND COUNTY SIDNEY, MONTANA ORGANIZATION FAIR BOARD MEMBERS Chairman ......................... Mr. Joe C. Thomas Members ........................... Mr. David Albin Mr. Dormld P. Maltese Mr. Samuel H. mard Mr. J. Harry Jolmsm Manager - Secretary ............... Mr. Dolf Bosshard STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCES June 1, 1968 to July 31, 1971 Fair Board Fund Beginning Balance .................... $10,233.62 Add Receipts for Period: Taxes ............................ $63,483.85 Cmweasions ......................... 25,801.56 . Premium Bonk Advertisements ............ 6,905.00 Dlapl Slmee ............. ........... 4,464.50 salons ......................... 44,972.85 Miscellaneous ......................... 1,302.55 Total Receipts ........................ $146,930.31 Total Available ......................... $157,16&93 Less Disbursements for Period: Rent- - 2 ........................... $ 408.08 Salaries ............................ 1,244.08 Fair Board Expense ..................... 2,632.78 Supplies .............................. 642.69 Printing and Advertising ................. 9,154.90 Repairs and Maintenance ................. 5,996.96 Utilities and Telephone .................. 2,140.76 Outlay ............................ 22,228.37 Permits and Licenses .................... 143.80 Emplee and Empler Share of P.E.R.S.----1,903.64 Official Bonds and Insurance ............... 2,599.92 Exhibit Expense ...................... 4,823.08 Freight ............................... 316.50 Premiums .......................... 15,531.65 Judges ............................ 2,125.02 Entet*tatnment ................. '-- ...... ,793.73 Miseelleaeous .................. -- ..... 2,571.67 Total Disbu_rsoments ................ $153,249.55 Ending Balance ......................... $3,914.38 ACCOUNTED FOR AS FOLLOWS JulY 31, 1971 countY Treasurer's Balance ................ $5,645.06 Leas Warrants Payable ................... 1,130.68 Balance Accmmted For ................... $3,914.38 EXAMINER'S FAIR COMMENTS The exandnation was conducted in accordance with the standards and procedures required by the State Examiner and included m;ch testing as was considered necessary in light of the accounting procedures maintained. Claims for the period were examined and appeared to be item- ized, signed and approved. In additiou, selected claims were com- pared against corresponding entries in budget and expenditure records. The minutes of the Fair Board meetings were reviewed. We sug- gest that the Board obtain a pressure bound book in which to keep the minutes of meetings. T. MIchael McCartney Deputy State Examiner CITY- COUNTY JOINT AIRPORT RICHLAND COUNTY SIDNEY, MONTANA ORGANIZATION CITY - COUNTY JOINT AIRPORT MEMBERS Chairman ........................ Mr. Donald M. Rees Members ........................ Mr. Robert A. Moran Mr. James Sanderson Mr. Lery Anderson Secretary ...................... Mr. Charles B, Comvay Manager ........................ Mr. Phillip Petrik STATEMENT OF RECEIPT DISBURSEMENTS ANDBALANCES June I, 1968 to July 31, 1971 Beginning Balance ....................... $6,084.39 Add Receipts for Period: Rental and Landing Fees .................... $1,680.00 Coun Taxes .......................... 69,026.08 Montana Aeronautics Commission Loan ....... 200,000.00 F.A.A. Grant ........................... 225,520.11 CitY Taxes ............................. 10,484.83 Telephone Receipts ........................... 3.34 Total Receipts ....................... $504,714.37 Total Available ......................... $510,808.76 Less Disimrsements for Period: Salaries ............................. $1,204.95 Board F.xpense ........................... 189.17 Utilities .............................. 4,101.10 Supplies ............................... 444.75 Maintenance and Repairs ................... 9,363.62 Land and Construction ..................... 433,4]3.76 Snow Removal .......................... 405.08 Note Payments ........................ 50,528.08 Interest on Note .......................... 3,500.00 Total Disbursements .................. $503,155.43 Ending Balme .......................... $7,653.33 ACCOUNTED FOR AS FOLLOWS JUly 31, 1971 , County Treasurer's Baimve ................. $7,921.93 Less Warrants lable .............. _ ....... 268.50 Balance Accounted For ................... $7,6f.33 EXAMD_R'S AIRPORT COMMENTS The report herein presented was cmnpiled from the comf Treasurer's records and copies of sirport warrants. We recom- mend that some form of permanent record be established which would reflect all Board disbursements and all sirpm't receipts. Claims were reviewed and fotmd to be itemized, signed and UP- ln'oved; however, the claims were not filed in m orderly manner. The rninute et the Board meetings were written up to date and signed by the Secretery. TO be offieinl, the minutes should also be signed by the Chuirman et the Board. Warrant numbers 287 and 289 should bevoided, since they are on hand and other warrants have been issued to p, the same obliga- tions. T. Michael McCariney Depu State Examiner