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OF THE



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For the Year Ending December 31



1973



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AS COMPILED BY THE TOWN OFFICERS



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1973




AS COMPILED BY THE TOWN OFFICERS



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INDEX




Ambulance


47


Budget


Center Section


Election Results


6


Fire Department


48


Police Department


46


Records of Town Meeting


8


Seacoast Home Health Ass'n.


49


Summary Inventory of Valuation


18


Town Clerk


40


Town Officers


4


Town Officers' Surety Bonds


61


Traffic Safety


51


Treasurer's Report


19


Trust Funds


68


Vital Statistics




Births


75


Deaths


78


Marriages


69


Warrant


Center Section


Water Department


41



1916



CHARLES S.B. KNOWLES



1973



Charles Knowles , more commonly known to those who knew and
loved him as "King", was born in Seabrook, May 16, 1916 and died
in the line of duty August 12, 1973.

He was first appointed a Police Officer in 1938 and had
served under eight Chiefs in his thirty four years of service.
He belonged to numerous Police Organizations, the Rand
Memorial Church, the Star in the East Lodge AF & AM of Exeter
and the East Gate Club of Seabrook. '

"King" served the Town well, and will never be forgotten by
those who knew and loved him.



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TOWN OFFICIALS
1973

TOWN CLERK THREE YEAR TERM

Virginia L. Small

SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR THREE YEAR TERM

Bruce G. Brown
Paul A. Daneau C
James S. Eaton

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS THREE YEAR TERM

Raymond C. Sturgis 1974
Gary K. Fowler 1975
Stanley A. Hamel 1976

TAX COLLECTOR THREE YEAR TERM

Florence D. Haley

TREASURER THREE YEAR TERM

Lydia M. Gould

ROAD AGENT ONE YEAR TERM

William E. Felch

CHIEF OF POLICE ONE YEAR TERM

Charles S.B. Knowles (Deceased) March 6, - August 12, 1973
Roland L. Felch (Acting Police Chief) August 12, 1973

FIRE CHIEF ONE YEAR TERM

Horatio C. Lattime

CONSTABLES ONE yEAR TERM

Charles H. Felch
Mario Marty Cerasi
Simeon H. Brown

MEMBERS OF BUDGET COMMITTEE THREE YEAR TERM

Gary K. Fowler 1974

Milan W. Knowles 1974

William W. Moore, Jr. 1975

Raymond C. Sturgis 1975

Richard L. Fowler 1976

Walter I. Randall 1976



PARK COMMISSIONERS THREE YEAR TERM

Richard P. Beckman 1975
Vernon G. Dow, Sr. 1976

PARK COMMISSIONER TWO YEAR TERM

Simeon H. Brown 1974

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE GENERAL COURT

Stanley A. Hamel
Anthony T. Randall, Sr.

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK-LIST

Walter I. Randall
Robert W. Fowler
Alfred C. Janvrin, Jr.

MODERATOR

Carroll B. Pineo

HEALTH OFFICER

Wilbur C. Crossland

DOG OFFICER

Cecil K. Downard

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR

Everett H. Felch



RESULTS OF TOWN ELECTION

MARCH 6, 1973
Total number of Votes Cast 1231
MEN - 633 WOMEN - 598



SELECTMEN & ASSESSOR

Three year Term Vote for One

John Barr, Jr.
James S. Eaton
Francis S. Valli, Jr.

TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS

Three Year Term Vote for One

STanley A. Hamel

TAX COLLECTOR

Three Year Term Vote for One

Rodolph S. Dow
Florence D. Haley
Raymond C. Sturgis

ROAD AGENT

One Year Term Vote for one

William E. Felch

CHIEF OF POLICE

One Year Term Vote for One

Marvin A. Dow
Charles S. B. Knowles

FIRE CHIEF

One Year Term Vote for One

Ivan Q. Eaton, Sr.
Horatio C. Lattime

CONSTABLES

One Year Term Vote for Three

Simeon H. Brown
Mario Marty Cerasi
Charles H. Felch
John E. Fowler, Jr.
Richard L. Fowler
Martin P. Janvrin
Ernest L. Knowles
John L. Randall



VOTES



237
628
298



833



322
712
169



963



429
754



380
775



475
439
476
268
190
135
265
423



Bennie S. Richens



99



MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE
Three Year Term Vote for Two

Richard L. Fowler

Walter I. Randall (Write-in)

PARK COMMISSIONER

Three Year Term Vote for One

Vernon G. Dow, Sr.



734
20



859



ARTICLE 37 - Are you in favor of the adoption of the Zoning
Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board?



YES



531



NO 478



ARTICLE 38 - Are you in favor of the adoption of the Building
Code Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board?



YES



496



NO 478



ARTICLE 39 - Are you in favor of the adoption of the Electrical
Code Ordinance as proposed by the Planning Board?



YES



436



NO 487



ARTICLE 40 - Would you be in favor of an ordinance prohibiting
additional mobile home or trailer parks and
apartments and condominiums if such an ordinance
was proposed?



YES



674



NO 388



RECOUNT FOR MEMBER OF BUDGET COMMITTEE
MARCH 15, 1973— 7PM.

RESULTS BELOW



RICHARD L. FOWLER
WALTER I. RANDALL
FRANCIS THIBODEAU
FRANK J. PALAZZO



BgPeRE RECOUNT

734

11

9

4



AFTER RECOUNT

736
20
19
16



ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING

March 7, 1973

Passaconaway Hall

Seabrook, N.H.

Meeting called to order at 7:45 p.m. by the Moderator, Carroll
B. Pineo.

Salute to the flag led by the Moderator.

The Moderator stated any amendments will be in writing with
his or her signature. The Moderator requests that anyone wish-
to speak shall stand and be recognized, once seated floor
relinquished.

Two present representing Whiteman & Howard (Engineering Firm)

ARTICLES 37-38-39-40 acted on Election Day.



ARTICLE 2



ARTICLE 3



read by the Moderator:- "raise and
appropriate the sum of $915,000.00 for the
purpose of adding to and improving the
Municipal Water System, and the
acquisition of such real estate as is
necessary for the project".

Motion by James S. Eaton, seconded by
Bruce G. Brown to move that the discussion
be completed on Article 2 & Article 3
before this meeting votes on Article 2
and that Article 2 & Article 3 be voted
on by separate ballot.

read by the Moderator:- "empower Selectmen
to contract for or accept grants of
Federal or State Aid or both for said
project".

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Bruce
G. Brown, that Article 3 be adoped as
read.

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Ralph
Smith to act on Article 3 simutaneously
with Article 2.



ARTICLE 2:
ARTICLE 3:



MOTION CARRIED
Yes 69 No
Yes 70 No



45
44



114 Ballots cast. 2/3 vote required.
8



Adjourned Town Meeting - Page 2



Articles 2 & 3 Defeated

Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by Frank Palazzo to adjourn meeting
until Thursday at 7:30 P.M.

ADJOURNED TOWN MEETING March 8, 1973

ARTICLE 4: read by the Moderator:- " to

authorize the Selectmen to borrow
money in anticipation of taxes".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by
Bruce G. Brown that Article 4 be
adopted as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 5:



read by the Moderator: "revise the
salaries and waygs of Town Officals
and employees".

Motion by James S. Eaton, second
by Bruce G. Brown to adopt the
following salaries and wages of
Town Officials and Town Employees:



Selectmen's Clerk
Hourly Clerks
Town Treasurer
Chief of Police
Ass't. Chief of Police
Sergeant of Police
Permanent Police (present)
Start. Salary Perm Police
Permanent Firemen
Start. Salary Perm. Firemen
Dog Officers Salary
Health Officer
Highway Agent
Water Supt.

Perm, employees Public Works
Perm, employees Water Sept-
Ass 't. Water Supt.
Super. Check-list-off yrs
" " " even yrs
Chairman of Super, odd yrs
" " " even yrs
Moderator Odd yrs.

" Even yrs
Cha irman , S e 1 e c tmen
Selectmen



Increase



from $100.00 to
2.60
805.00
150.00
130.00
125.00
125.00

125.00

200.00
350.00
150.00
150.00
125.00
125.00
135.00
200.00
300.00"
200.00
300.00
150,00
200.00
1500.00
1000.00



$110
2

1000
170
155
150
145
135
145
135
600
700
170
170
145
145
155
250
400
300
450
200
250

1700

1200



.00 wkly
.75 hrly
.00 yrly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
.00 yrly
.00 yrly
.00 wkly
.00 wkly
,00 wkly
,00 wkly
,00 wkly
,00 yrly
,00 yrly
.00 yrly
yrly
yrly
yrly
yrly
yrly



00
00
00
00
00



Amendment to motion by Robert Fowler second by Gary Fowler to
increase the Selectmen's salary $200.00 per member.



Ajourned Town Meeting - Page 3

Amendment to Motion by James S. Eaton second by Bruce G, Brovm to
correct Supervisors salary.

Motion by Charles Kendall second by Gary Fowler to accept salaries
as read.



Hand vote



Yes 49



No



32



REVISED SALARIES ADOPTED
AMENDED SALARIES ADOPTED
MOTION CARRIED.



ARTICLE 20:



read by the Moderator: " become a member
of the Southeastern N.H. Regional
Planning Commission and appropriate
$3018.00 to become a member".



ARTICLE 6:



Motion by Emery N. Eaton, second by
Richard Parker to postpone Article 20
indefinitely .

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "empower Selectmen
to appoint permanent police officers as
they deem necessary".

Motion by Bruce G. Brown, second by Phila
Sturgis to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 7:



read by the Moderator: "empower Selectmen
to appoint permanent firemen as they deem
necessary".



ARTICLE 8:



Motion by Robert Power 1 , second by Frederick
B. Felch to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED.

read by the Moderator: "empower Selectmen
to accept Federal and or State or other
funds to be applied to the salaries of
town employees".

Motion by Robert Fowler, second by Walter
I. Randall to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 9:



read by the Moderator: "balances of
Special Appropriation".



10



Adjourned Town Meeting - Page 4



ARTICLE 10:



ARTICLE 11:



ARTICLE 12;



Motion by Bruce G. Brown, second by
James S. Eaton that items and monies be
carried forward and used as entended.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "empower Select-
men to sell premises owned by the Town".

Motion by James S Eaton, second by Bruce
G. Brown to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "authorize the
Selectmen to expend the Highway Subsidy
provided by the State of N.H.".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Walter
I. Randall to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "accept as a
public highway the road known as Cemetery
Road, and an extention of 40 feet in
width along premises owned by George Dow.

Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Robert
Fowler to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 13:



read by the Moderator: "donate the sum

of $200.00 to the Child and Family Services

of N.H.".



Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Philip
McDonough to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 14:



read by the Moderator: "raise and
appropriate the sum of $35,000.00 to be
used in the preparation of a report for
sewage".



Hand vote taken. Yes
ARTICLE DEFEATED



21 No 26



11



Adjourned Town Meeting - Page 5
ARTICLE 15:



read by the Moderator: "authorize the
Selectmen or whomever they may appoint
to supervise the placement and/ or moving
of street lights in the Town".

Motion by Robert Fowler, second by James
Champoux to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED.



ARTICLE 16:



ARTICLE 17:



APPROPRIATION

Police

Fire



ARTICLE 18;



ARTICLE 19:



read by the Moderator: "continue the
Surplus Food Program".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Ralph
Smith to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "authorize the
withdrawal from the Revenue Sharing Fund
for use as set-offs against budgeted
appropriations for the following priority
purposes" .

AMOUNT

$29,930.00

$29,930.00

Motion by Robert Fowler, second by Gary
Fowler to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "establish a

Capital Reserve Fund of $60,000.00 to

be known as the Municipal Building Fund."

Motion by Gary Fowler, second by James S.
Eaton to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "authorize the
Selectmen to sell tax title property
owned by the Town to former owners of the
property or sell at public auction.
Monies from sale added to the Municipal
Building Fund".

Motion by James Champoux, second by
Walter I. Randall to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED
12



Adjourned Town Meeting — Page 6



ARTICLE 21:



ARTICLE 22:



read by the Moderator: "raise and
appropriate $14,000.00 to purchase a
new five ton dump truck.

Motion by Arnold Knowles , second by
James Champoux to discuss Articles 21
and 22 together at this time.

MOTION CARRIED

Motion by Arnold Knowles, second by
Milan Knowles to adopt as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "appropriate

the sum of $14,000.00 for the purpose

of purchasing a new five ton dump truck".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Milan
Knowles to postpone Article 22
indefinitely.

MOTION CARJllED



ARTICLE 23;



read by the Moderator: "raise and
appropriate $24,000.00 for buying
a new garbage truck".



ARTICLE 24:



Motion by Milan Knowles, second by Bruce
G. Brown to discuss Articles 23 and 24
simultaneously.

MOTION CARRIED

Motion by Arnold Knowles, second by Gary
Fowler to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "appropriate the
sum of $24,000.00 for the purpose of
buying a new garbage truck".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by James
Goldthwaite to postpone Article 24
indefinitely .

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 25:



read by the Moderator: "sell various
obsolete equipment owned by the Town
of Seabrook".



13



Adjourned Tovm Meeting — Page 7



Motion by James S. Eaton, second by
Gordon Hill to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 26:



read by the Moderator: "increase
licensing fee for restaurants, stands,
vendors and stores selling food and
beverages from $5.00 to $10.00 and
authorize the Selectmen to set the amount
of fee hereafter".



Motion by James S. Eaton, second by
Walter I. Randall to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 27;



read by the Moderator: "appropriate
$3,000.00, $2,000.00 to be paid to the
Building Inspector as a salary and
$1,000.00 to be paid to the Building
Inspector for expenses".



ARTICLE 28:



Motion by James S. Eaton, Second by Bruce
G. Brown to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "adopt as the
final closing date for sessions for
correction of the checklist the Thursday
next preceding the day of the election
or meeting for which the checklist is
required" .

Motion by Walter I. Randall, second by
Robert Fowler to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 29:



read by the Moderator: "create a special
committee to be known as the "Regional
Refuse Disposal Planning Committee"
consisting of three persons appointed by
the Moderator".



Motion by James S. Eaton, second by Bruce
G. Brown to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED

Moderator appointed three — Frederick B. Felch, one Public Service
one Bailey Co. (Public Service has been paying expenses.)



14



Adjourned Town Meeting - Page 8



ARTICLE 30:



ARTICLE 31:



ARTICLE 32:



read by the Moderator: "ban all surf-
boards and surfing at Seabrook Beach.

Motion by James Goldthwaite, second by
Raymond Sturgis to postpone indefinitely.

read by the Moderator: "petition of
Benjamin E. Moore and twenty four other
voters of the Town: The Selectmen,
Building Inspector, Planning Board, or
any other agent for the Town of Seabrook
issue no building permits for the con-
struction of apartments or condominiums
within the geographical boundaries of
the Town of Seabrook. This Article
effective immediately upon passage".

Motion by Benjamin E. Moore, second by
Thomas Riley to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "petition of
Benjamin E. Moore and twenty five other
voters of the Town: The Planning Board
or Board of Selectmen disapprove any site
plan which is specifically for use as a
mobile home, or trailer, park, and no
certificate or notice of authorization
for such site plans be filed with the
registrar of deeds. This Article effective
immediately upon passage".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by Warren
West to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLE 33:



read by the Moderator: "petition of
James W. Humphries, Jr. and thirty two
other voters of the Town: A — accept as a
public highway Pine Cone Drive and Timber
Court, B — and to see if the Town will
vote to put the finish coat of asphalt
on Pine Cone Drive and Timber Court".



Amendment to Article 33 — drop part B
of Article 33.

Motion by Robert Poole, second by James
W. Humphries, Jr. to accept as amended.

AMENDMENT CARRIED



15



Adjouned Town Meeting - Page 9
ARTICLE 34:



ARTICLE 35:



ARTICLE 36:



read by the Moderator: "petition of
Elliot L. Eaton and ninety-two other
voters of the Town: See if the Town will
vote to have the land of the Boston &
Maine Railroad deeded to the Town in
lieu of taxes".

Motion by Thomas Riley, second by James
Champoux to postpone Article 34
indefinitely.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "petition of
Bernard L. Morrison and fourteen other
voters of the Town: To install a street
light on Pine Street".

Motion by James Champoux, second by
Flora Prior to accept as read.

MOTION DEFEATED

read by the Moderator: "petition of
Gordon K. Hill and sixteen other voters
of the Town: To see if the Town will
accept the street light on Rocks Road'.'

Motion by Gordon K. Hill , second by
Virgil Epperson to accept as read".

MOTION CARRIED



ARTICLES 37-38-39-40
ARTICLE 41:



ARTICLE 42;



BALLOT QUESTIONS

read by the Moderator: "Hear report of
Planning Board and to act thereon".

Arnold Knowles gave the report of the
Planning Board.

Motion by Thomas Riley , second by Joseph
Bishop to accept the report of the
Planning Board.

MOTION CARRIED

read by the Moderator: "appropriate the
sum of $4,000.00 to create a fund for
the purpose of the Town's participation
in the United States Bicentennial
Celebration in 1976".



16



Adjourned Town Meeting - Page 10

Motion by James Falconer, second by
Walter I. Randall to accept as read.

MOTION CARRIED

ARTICLE 43: read by the Moderator: "To see what

sums of money the Town will vote to
raise and appropriate for the expense of
the General Government , for the protect-
ion of persons and property, for health
and sanitation, for highways and bridges,
for the support of the Town Poor and for
all necessary expenditures for the
ensuing year.

BUDGET

Motion by Bruce G. Brown, second by Gary Fowler to accept the
Budget as presented. TOTAL BUDGET - $599 ,673.99

MOTION CARRIED

ARTICLE 44: read by the Moderator: "to transact all

other legal business that may come before
said meeting".

Resolution by Thomas Riley, second by Warren West that the Town

shall purchase another public address
system to replace the one that doesn't
work.

Motion to adjourn by Thomas Riley, second
by Robert Fowler.

MEETING ADJOURNED AT 9:30 P.M.



17



1973 SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION



Land

Buildings
Factory Buildings
Mobile Homes (114)
Public Utilities

Gas

Electric

Water



$ 9,486,355.00

21,508,560.00

4,009,450.00

606,150.00

140,750.00

629,050.00

17,300.00



TOTAL VALUATION

Less Elderly Exemptions (63)



$36,401,678.00
199,500.00



NET VALUATIONS



$36,202,178.00



18



TRCASURER'S REPORT
FROM LOCAL TAX£:S-
CURRENT YEAR;

PROPERTY TAXES 487,126.63

RESIDENT TAXES 10, 130,00

PRIOR YEARS;
PROPERTY TAXES 1 52,200, 95

RESIDENT TAXES 3,570,^00

HEAD TAXES 3,240.00

RESIDENT TAX PEN Al TIES 34 1.00
HEAD TAX PENALTIES 322.00

INTEREST 5,605.50

UNRECORDED RECEIPTS 151.24

TAX SALE- INTEREST 37,367.62

TAX SALES REDEEMED 23,356.20
INTEREST-COSTS 2,616.63

REFUND HEAD TAX 747,00



497,256. 83



FROM STATE;

I N TERES T- D I ylDENDS

TAX 13,319.65

SAVINGS BANK TAX 1,173.39

ROOMS-UEALS TAX 17,441.71

BUS I NESS PROF I TS

TAX 79,423.04

HIGHWAY SUBSIDY 14,372.00



'229,518. 14



125,029. 79

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCETP TAXES;

DOG LICENSE FEES 1,720.00

BUS I NESS L I CEN5E-

FIL ING FEES 76 1.00

FINES, FORFEITS

MUNICIPAL COURT 7,928.30

SALE CO INS-BOOKS 19,00

SALE WOOD-P IPE 525.16

MOTOR yEHICLF FEES 75,200.98

BUILDING PERMIT FEES 1,133.50

SALE TAX TITLE PROP, 378.78

SALE CEMETERY LOTS 230.00

PARKING y lOLATION FEES 591.00

P ISTOL-EXPLOS I VE PERMIT 54.00

INTEREST-TRUST FUNDS 668.77

FIRE EQUIP. FUND 25,287.69

YANKEE GREYHOUND 43,800.00

REIMBURSEMENTS POLICE 1,301.20
RE IMBURSEMENTS 19,446.81 179,046, 19



19



R£C£/^TS OTHER THAN CURRENT REVENUE s
TEMPORARY LOANS 950,000,00

INTEREST EARNED 7,729.17



957,729, 17
TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES 1 ,031 ,467,05
BALANCE JAN, 1, 1979 594,182.81



GRAND TOTAL 2,583,379.03

LESS C or D 400,000,00

LESS CHECKS RETURNED 1,012.60

LESS TOTAL PAYMENTS 1 ,768,165,49



CASH ON HAND DEC. 31, 1973 414,200,94



20



TOWN OFFICER SALARIES



APPROPIATION:



$13,800.00



Expenditures :

Paul A. Daneau , Chairman/Selectman

James S. Eaton, Selectman

Bruce G. Brown, Selectman

Florence D. Haley, Tax Collector

Lydia M. Gould, Treasurer

Virginia L. Small, Town Clerk's Registration

and Dog License Fees
Virginia L. Small, Town Clerk



1,700.00
1,200.00
1,200.00
3,500.00
1,000.00

5,443.20
805.00



TOTAL EXPENDITURES



OVERDRAFT



$14,848.20
$ 1,048.20



TOWN OFFICE EXPENSES



APPROPIATION

Expenditures :

Payrolls

N.E. Telephone

Oliver Carter, Postmaster

Edith E. Holland, 'Register

Vernon R. Small

George F. Morrill, Inc.

George E. Bishop

Gary M. Pitts

Margaret A. Nedeau

Woodbury Press., Inc.

Pitney -Bowes

Wheeler & Clark

Exeter Banking Co.

James. S . Eaton

N.H. City & Clerk's Assoc.

Norm's Office Equipment

Prescott Farms Stores

Mammoth Mart

Edward H. Quimby Co. , Inc.

Brown &■ Saltmarsh Inc.

Mr. G's Supermarket

Forest Hills Discount Store

Shaw Walker Co.

Copiers Inc.

Alvin E. Taylor

Port Stationers, Inc.

Exeter & Hampton Electric

Johnson Lumber Co. , Inc.

Saracy's Flower Shop

Gene's Atlantic Station

N.H. Municipal Assoc.



$14,000


.00


4,050


.91


655


.25


687


.40


27


.74


515


.30


61


.90


87


.88


20


.80


33


50


1,269


00


149


64


94


08


5


00


105


00


8


00


50


50


104


77


20


70


22


00


286


95


4.


46


46


87


19.


10


285.


44


250.


00


479.


85


149.


46


231.


71


89.


00


11.


10


221.


75



21



Page 2-Town Office Expense



Tobey 6c Merrill, Inc.

The Daily News

Kunkel ' s

Dear Publication & Radio, Inc.

Edward J. Howard, Register

N.H. Tax Collector's Assoc.

State of N.H.

State Chemical Mfg. Co.

Haverhill Gazette

C. Wendall Lever

Richard Ethier

IBM Corp.

Secretary of State

Homestead Press 6^ Bookshop

William Beckett, Atty.

Virginia L. Small

Monroe

Bruce G. Brown

Burgess Printing Co.

Gladys Jones

N.H. Assoc, of Assessors

Kathleen Hickey

Aboe Marine Publications

Tax Sale Costs

Florence D. Haley, Tax Collector



257.00

95.79

15.82

372.76

1.10

10.00

4,264.55

43.40

7.68

96.20

156.00

524.02

10.00

264.80

50.00

99.20

54.00

32.00

13.00

1.00

10.00

63.25

4.95

1,106.55

92.45



TOTAL EXPENDITURES



REIMBURSEMENTS



OVERDRAFT



§17,690.58

49.34

§ 3,641.24



SELECTMEN'S CLERK



APPROPIATi™



$6,160.00



EXPENDITURES :
Margaret A. Nedeau

OVERDRAFT



6,363.75
$ 230.75



STREET LIGHTING



APFROPLATIC^I



$18,000.00



Expenditures :

Exeter b- Hampton Electric

BALANCE



15,229.49
$ 2,770.51



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FIRE DEPARTMENT

APPROPIATION $64,000.00

Expenditures :

Payrolls hQ,llk.bl

Amesbury Paint & Hardware Co. 6.38

Robert J. Butland 72.00

Johnson Lumber Co., Inc. 16.31

Ben's Men's Shop 495.28

Jack's Auto Parts 42.59

Gilbert R Lafford 122.95

Cloutier Welding 35.00

Austin C. Barlow, Treasurer 50.00

Horatio C. Lattime 87.61

W.D. McAllister, Sec. 28.00

Linsky Bldg. Supply 36.58

Smith's Fire Equipment 117.50

Forest Hills Discount Store 27.09

Clark Ford 5.95

Treasurer, State of N.H. 33.00

Janvrin's Inc. 361.49

Bartley 147.20

The Bourneauf Corp. 177.50

Dick's Tire Shop 137.00

Jerry A. Locke 51.51

Del Chemical Corp. 120.26

Vernon R. Small 1,415.62

Bill's Country Supply 47.25

Emerson Electrical Supply 14.05

Municipal Services Inc. 31.22

Conway Associates 1,605.78

N.E. Telephone 526.22

Port Stationers , Inc. 11.19

Exeter & Hampton Electric 536.10

Nanco , Inc. 20.25

L.W. Bills Co. 1,273.86

Ocean & Forest Products Co. 113.74

County Ambulance Supplies & Rescue Equip. 169.08

Gulf Oil Corp. 385.18

Circle Motors 347.14


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