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Savings Bank Tax 136.31

Reimbursement Head Tax 12.69

Lee Woman's Club, Gift 5.00

Thomas A. Brown, Building Permits 105.25

Pistol Permits 3.50

N. E. Telephone, Commission 32.44

Dept. Health and Welfare 978.50

Rent of Town Property, Hough, Lloyd Stevens 100.00

Philip Guptill, Sander 100.00

Lloyd Stevens, Hough 65.00

Roy Simmons, Refund 90.00

Laurence Hill, Culvert 10.80

Robert Bonsur, grading 65.00

Robert Mariotti 38.08

A. Anderson 28.50

Library App. and Balance 1,903.42

Strafford National Bank, Temporary Loon 20,000.00

Tax Collector: '

Property Tax, 1965 117,857.47

Poll Taxes, 1965 588.00

National Bank Stock 18.00

Yield Taxes, 1965 1,000.88

State Head Taxes, 1965 1,840.00
Property Taxes, 1964, tax sales, interest

and costs 33,884.60



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Poll Taxes

Head Taxes

Interest

Head Tax Penalties

Redemptions, interest and costs


276.00
725.00

1,064.44
78.50

3,894.03


EXPENDITURES

ish on hand, January 1, 1966
id orders of Selectmen


$253,748.92

$ 66,159.45
187,589.47




$253,748.92



FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasurer.



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT

Received for 1964 Auto Permits $ 148.90

Received for 1965 Auto Permits 9,798.21

Received for 1964 Dog Licenses 2.67

Received for 1965 Dog Licenses 460.31

Received for Filing Fees 7.00



Total $ 10,417.09

Less Fees for Dog Licenses 32.00



$ 10,385.09

Paid Treasurer for 1964 Auto Permits $ 148.90

Paid Treasurer for 1965 Auto Permits 9,798.21

Paid Treasurer for 1964 Dog Licenses 2.27

Paid Treasurer for 1965 Dog Licenses 428.71

Paid Treasurer for Filing Fees 7.00

Total $ 10,385.09



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TAX COLLECTOR'S WARRANT

SUMMARY OF WARRANT
LEVY OF 1965



Dr.

Taxes Committed to Collector:
Property Taxes
Poll Taxes
National Bank Stock Taxes

Total Warrant
Yield Taxes

Added Taxes
Property Taxes

Poll Taxes

Interest Collected

Total Debits



$149,467.33

838.00

18.00

$150,323.33
1,083.68

25.90
12.00
11.61

$151,456.5?



Cr.



Remittances to Treasurer:

Property Taxes

Poll Taxes

Nat'l Bank Stock Taxes

Yield Taxes

Interest Collected
Abatements:

Property Taxes

Poll Taxes

Yield Taxes
Uncollected Taxes:

Property Taxes

Poll Taxes

Yield Taxes



,117,857.47

588.00

18.00

1,000.88

11.61

536.78

44.00

7.20

31,098.98

218.00

75.60



Total Credits



$151,456.52



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LEVY OF 1964

Dr.

Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965:

Property Taxes $ 33,570.82

Poll Taxes 254.00



$ 33,824.82
Added Taxes:

Property Taxes $ 101.57

Poll Taxes 20.00

Interest Collected 1,046.94

Adv., Sales Costs 55.12



Total Debits $ 35,048.45



Cr.



Remittances to Treasurer:










Property Taxes
Poll Taxes








$


33,314.84
230.00


Interest Collected










1,046.94


Adv., Sales Costs










55.12


Abatements:












Property Taxes
Pol! Taxes










291.55
42.00


Uncollected Taxes:












Property Taxes
Poll Taxes










66.00
2.00


Total Credits


$


35,048.45




LEVY


OF

Dr.


1963







Uncollected Taxes as of Jan, 1, 1965:

Poll Taxes $ 12.00

Yield Taxes 473.46



Total Warrant $ 485.46



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Interested Collected
Costs

Total Debits



Cr.



Remittances to Treasurer:

Poll Taxes

Yield Taxes

Interest

Costs
Uncollected Poll

Total Credits

LEVY OF 1962
Dr.

Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965:
Property Taxes
Poll Taxes

Total Debits
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965

LEVY OF 1961
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1. 1965

LEVY OF 1959
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965

LEVY OF 1958
Uncollected Taxes as of Jon. 1, 1965

LEVY OF 1956
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965

LEVY OF 1955
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965



$
LEVY OF 1965



STATE HEAD TAXES

Dr.

State Head Taxes Committed to Collector
Original Warrant
Added Taxes



35.72
3.70



524.S3



10.00

473.46

35.72

3.70

2.00



524.88



78.30
12.00



90.30
90.30

11.26

50.81
61.62
29.69
27.04



2,540.00
25.00



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Total Commitment $ 2,565.00

Penalties Collected 6.50



Total Debits $ 2,571.50
Cr.

Remittances to Treasurer:

Head Taxes $ 1,840.00

Penalties 6.50

Abatements 85.00

Uncollected Taxes 640.00



Total Credits $ 2,571.50

LEVY OF 1964
Dr.

Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965:

Head Taxes $ 745.00

Added Taxes 65.00



Total Commitments


$


810.00


Penalties Collected




69.00


Total Debits


$


879.00


LEVY OF 1964






Cr.






Remittances to Treasurer:






Head Taxes


$


695.00


Penalties




69.00


Abatements




105.00


Uncollected




10.00



Total Credits $ 879.00

LEVY OF 1963

Dr.

Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965:

Head Taxes $ 35.00



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Penalties 3.00



Total Debits $ 38.00

Cr.

Remittances to Treasurer:

Head Taxes $ 30.00

Penalties 3.00

Uncollected 5.00



Total Credits $ 38.00

LEVY OF 1962
Uncollected Taxes as of Jan. 1, 1965 $ 45.00



SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS
As of December 31, 1965

Dr.

Tax Sales On
Account of Levies of
1964 1963 1962 1961

Taxes Sold to Town During

Current Fiscal Year $6,909.28 $ 512.88

Balance of Unredeemed Taxes

as of Jan. 1.. 1965 2,170.13 $1,067.22 $107.54

Interest Collected After Sale 11.67 93.45 129.58

Costs After Sale 7.35 10.02 5.44

Total Debits $6,928.30 $2,786.48 $1,202.24 $107.54

Cr.
Remittances To Treasurer

During Year $1,215.15 $2,105.98 $1,093.84

Deeded to Town — During Year 10.65 21.57 108.40 $107.54
Unredeemed Taxes at

Close of Year 5,702.50 658.93

Total Credits $6,928.30 $2,786.43 $1,202.24 $107.54

The foregoing is a correct list of all money paid
treasurer during fiscal year of 1965 to the best of my
knowledge and belief.

INEZ E. BENNETT,

Tax Collector.



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REPORT OF ROAD AGENT

Winter Maintenance $ 2,357.15

Summer Maintenance 4,977.35

Highway Expense 972,78

Dump 932.33



$ 9,239.61
Less F.I.C.A. Tax 51.78



$ 9,187.83



HIGHWAY INCOME
Rent of Hough, Tarring $ 480.38



LEE FIRE DEPARTMENT

1966
BUDGET REQUEST

In accordance with the By-laws of the Lee Fire De-
porment, the following budget request is presented for
inclusion in the Town Warrant.



Operation and


maintenance






$


500.00


Electricity










35.00


Insurance










515.00


New equipment










400.00


Red Network










250.00




$


1,700.00


New tank truck










9,000.00


Capital Reserve










500.00


Total








$


11,200.00




Directors:










Phillip


Sanborn








Ralph


Granger








Edgar


Hobby








Chief:












Lloyd


Stevens







33

LEE FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT FOR 1965

The Lee Fire Department answered 51 calls in 1965
plus many calls from the fire towers; twice as many as in
any previous year since 1949.

The total fire loss is estimated at less than $1,000.

There were 9 building fires, 17 woods and grass fires,
8 unauthorized dump fires, 7 out-of-town fires, 6 car and
truck fires, 2 chimney fires and 2 false alarms. Outside
help was called in on 4 occasions.

Numerous calls from the fire towers to investigate
smokes v/ere all checked out.

About 40 acres of gross and woodland were burnt
over.

Quick response by the department kept most of these
fires to minimum size and expense.

Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to our
effort to reduce the fire loss in Lee.

Again we remind you that the fire phone number is
9-3900 and is to be used just for emergencies. For fire per-
mits the numbers to call are 9-3447 or 9-3858.

Meetings of the department are open to anyone and
you are welcome to belong or just come to visit.

Respectfully Submitted,
Lloyd F. Stevens, Chief

REPORT OF THE FOREST FIRE WARDEN
AND DISTRICT CHIEF

Most of us who live in New Hampshire and the
thousands of vacationists that visit us every year love the
State for the variegated woodlands that encircle our clean
lakes and clothe the hills and mountains. Most of us ap-
preciate these values, but still there were enough careless
people among us to cause over 880 grass and woodland
fires to start in 1965. True this was a much dryer than
normal year but this should have meant the use of extra
care. Fortunately the fire fighting forces have held the



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line against such careless acts. It is up to each one of us
to be ever mindful! that a spark or flame is a potential fire.

WE MUST ALL BE CAREFUL:

1. To teach our children the danger in lighting matches.

2. To never discard lighted smoking material from a car

or while walking through fields or woods.

3. To safely despose or rubbish preferably at the town

dump. If you must burn rubbish or brush;

a. Always get a permit to burn from the warden.

b. Start your fire late in the day after 5:00 pm.

c. If burning a field or brush have equipment

and adequate help on hand. The heat from

your fire creates its own draft to spread fire.

Our carelessness with fire is costing our State and

Towns thousands of wasted dollars in suppression and

hundreds of acres of destroyed woodlands. Yours never

to enjoy.





FIRE


RECORD


FOR 1965
Fires Acres


State






887 1,255


District






100 3431/2


Town






10 351/2

IVAN E. SCRANTON,

District Fire Chief
LLOYD F. STEVENS,

Warden.



REPORT OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES

Cash on hand January 1, 1965 $ 1,474.02

Appropriation 1,000.00

Lee Woman's Club gift 5.00

Strafford Savings Bank 30.28

$ 2,509.30



35

EXPENDITURES

N.H. Library, Association $ 5.00

N.H. Library Trustees Association 6.00

Elizabeth George, librarian 200.00
Florence Caldweil, bookkeeping, postage

and supplies 42.75

Dollar Mystery Guild 36.10

Best-ln-Books 16.20

Literary Guild 46.65

Doubleday Book Club 30.47

Readers' Digest Book Club 17.53

Life World Library 19.50

Compton Year Book 5.95

Arthur T. White, magazines 31.95

Keystone Readers Service 51.50

Newmarket Press, cards and labels 16.00

N.H. State Treasurer, books 50 00



$ 575.60
Cash on hand January 1, 1966 1,903.42

Strafford Savings Bank 30.28



$ 2,509.30



Faye Keniston
Florence F. Caldv/ell
Treasurer



REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT

The report of the Lee Police Department activities from
December 31, 1964 to December 31, 1965.

Man hours spent on call for complaints, accidents,
court, assists to other departments and patrol time vvas
1,196 hours.

Number of miles traveled by the Department, to an-



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swer all complaints and activities of the Department was
14,527 miles.

Complaints answered 34

Accidents covered 69

Court sessions 13

Emergency runs 8

Assists to other departments 14

I would like to take this opportunity to thank my
Deputy George Ayer, Jr. and the other officers in town for
the splended job they have done this past year.

Due to the time spent patroling, checking businesses,
camps and vacant homes, we have had little or no com-
plaints in regards to breaks in town.

Respectfully submitted,
Robert L. Keniston, Jr.
Chief of Police



CEMETERY REPORT

REPORT OF TRUST FUNDS ON CEMETERIES

Receipts:

Cash on hand January 1, 1965 $ 1.00

Received from Trust Funds — Interest 1,114.00



$ 1,115.00



Expenditures:

George A. Bennett, labor $ 128.00

G. Elliott Wellington, labor 171.00

John L. Randall, labor and truck 192.00

Safety Deposit Box, Strafford National Bonk 5.00

Total Expenditures $ 496.00



Cash on hand January 1, 1966 619.00

$ 1,115.00



37

AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE

January 29, 1966

We have examined the accounts of the Selectmen,
Treasurer, Tax Collector, Trustees of the Trust Funds, Library
Trustees, Town Clerk, Road Agent, Fire Department and
Building Inspector and find them correct to the best of our
knowledge and belief.

ALICE E. DUDLEY,
PHILIP M. SANBORN,

Auditors of Lee, N.H.



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LEE BICENTENNIAL PROGRAM - 1966

JOHN L RANDALL, JR.
General Chairman

Saturday, July 30

Morning

10:00 Grand Parade down The Mast Road ending
at Town Park

11:30 Convocation and Official Welcome
Dedication of Park
Afternoon

1:00-5:00 Field Games and Children's Competitions
1 :00 - 5:00 Horse Show sponsored by the Silver Heels
Riding Club of South Berwick, Maine

5:00 - 7:30 Old-fashioned supper at Grange Hall
8:00-11:00 Block Dancing
Dance Exhibitions
11:00 Bonfire

Sunday, July 31

In conjunction with Lee Church Old Home Sunday

Morning

11:00 Old Home Day Church Service, Lee Church
12:00 Luncheon

Afternoon

1:00-5:00 Tour of Lee's Historic Homes
1:00-7:00 Ball Games

Drum and Bugle Corps Competition



Special Note:



Open House will be held throughout the celebration
at the new Library and will feature special historical
exhibits.

* This schedule is subject to change.





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