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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin Exact Amount Uncertain Committee Figures Reveal 9-Cerit Cut Possiblein Tax Rate A cut of 9 cents per .of assessed Value in Apple- ton's real estate and personal property tax rate is possible, the city budget committee's nearly .veal. complete figures re- The exact amount of cut if there is one hinges on three questions unanswered by the committee and on annual dol- lar demands of Outagamie and Calumet county boards and the state. City Clerk Broehm said to- day. The questions involve pro- viding interest money for bond issues expected next year, money to buy northwest junior high and southeast ele- mentary school sites and subsidy for the Little League. If answers are "yes." the potential tax rate cut could be wiped Broehm said. The rate cut also could be by the two county Budget committee will Outagamie county's the three questions at budget went into concluding meeting tonight.'public hearings today up 552 in tax levy Calu- met county's proposed budget awaits Nov. 12 hearings with request down about the levy Spending Up Spending for strictly city purposes schools and gen- eral government activities was fixed at as than department want- The spending Is oft-set greatly increased estimates of other-than-pro- perty tax incomes arid a hike real'estate vand. personal property assessments. _ Otherj- than tax incomes, such as .state income tax shares; aids for high ways, and the like, are predicted at for next" year. j Policy Reversed This is an increase 423 over the amount predicted for this year, an increase of over the., amount re- ceived from, the same sources this year and an increase of over the amount sug- the budget committee finished gested to the committee by its nightly hearings with de-i Broehm. partment heads last week. This is more than was budgeted this year, but for spending lessiby If the committee's recom- mended schedule of other- than-tax incomes is adopted council after public hearings, it will. represent- a reversal of last year's policy, which, dictated a surplus of about The real estate and'person- al property- assessments' (were increased, -by The. breakdown shows gamies countyrAppletbn and for; Calumet-Apple- ton. Assessment Cushion Broehm said.'the 'increased assessment total would pro- duce at this year strictly-city-purposes .rate of per assessed value. The like the hiked esti- mates of incomes, helps pro- vide a cushion against a tax rate hike. The tax levy demand, sub- ject to tonight's questions and answers, Is Broehm reported. Broehm said the rate for 9s cents per of assessed value less than "the, rate "this year and 53 cents v'per than ..the budget., committee was asked to recommend. The recommended tax levy demand of 'repre- sents an." increase of: over this year, de- crease of in the amount originally submitted the com- mittee by department heads': budget committee will take its recommendations to a committee of the whqle (in- formal) discussion of-the en- tire council Wednesday night. If council approval comes Wednesday, a public hearing will be ordered. Monday, November 2, Post-CrescentJA14 Two Hurt in Accident on men were injur- ed, neither about 'Sunday; afternoon" town of Oneida'road near the Sacred Heart seminary.. They were Richard Dan- forth, 24, arid-Louis Ninham, 25, route 1, Oneida. .According to the county po- lice Danforth, the driver, said his car skidded on the freshly resurfaced road and hit a ditch. A car driven by Robert An- gell, 18, of 308s E. Eighth street, Kaukauna, collided by Mrs. JEdna 1325 Amelia street; about' 10: 15 p.m. Saturday on Highway 96 east of French. road in 'the town of Grand Chute, according to county said, was attempting to make a' left turn off Highway 96 when the accident happened. TANGT AND HEALTHFUL 1 sar STAR SWEEPSTAKES MAIL YOUR ENTRY BLANK-REDEEM YOUR COUPONS FOOD STOBES REDEEM YOUR COUPON NOW J ON HANDY ANDY ONLY Large BREEZE 35c jt Giant RINSO BLUE YOUR COUPON NOW ON regular giant pint HANDY ANDY With Coupon ,WITH COUPON For Frying or Baking KS31c 3 bs 76e 5c OFF SALE FLUFFY ALL 3bs69c quart SURF large 35c giant REDEEM'. YOUR COUPON NOW ON ONLY Laundry Detergent quart 63c 8c OFF Sale Morning Glory EVAPORATED WITH COUPON 24 oz. ill Condensed With Coupon 10 Ib. LUX FLAKES 35c MILK Tall Cans 3 40c CHUN KING Complete Dinners Chicken or Beef Cantonese 69c PELS NAPTHA SOAP...................3for31c I LIQUID INSTANT PELS NAPTHA KING (12c OFF 53 oz. 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