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Full text of "Reports of the selectmen and town treasurer and the superintendent of public schools of the Town of Newmarket, for the year ."

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Annual Report 



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THE TOWN OF 



NEWMARKET 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



For The Year Ending 

DECEMBER 51st, 1967 



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We, the Selectmen of the Town of Newmarket, 
respectfully dedicate this Town Report to the 
fond memory of Frank E. Willey, Sr. more com- 
monly known as "HANK WILLET'. 

Mr. Willey spent 81 years of his life as a devoted 
citizen of the Town of Newmarket. He was an 
active member of the Newmarket Fire Depart- 
ment for 66 years. His memory will always be 
cherished by the people of Newmarket. 

Frank M. Schanda, Chairman 
Robert L. Filion 
Nicholas Zuk 

Selectmen 



YOUR NEWMARKET TAX DOLLAR FOR 1967 




SCHOOL BUDGET $285,961.49 

TOWN BUDGET 149,405.60 

COUNTY TAXES 19,461.54 

TOTAL RAISED BY TAXES $454,828.63 

* * * 

TAX RATE — TOWN $ 2.33 

SCHOOL 4.47 

COUNTY .30 

$ 7.10 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of th( 



OWN OF NEWMARKET 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



by the 



Selectmen, Town Clerk, Tax Collector, 

Town Treasurer, Water Works, Public Library, 

Trustees of Trust Funds, Planning Board 

For The Year Ending 
DECEMBER 31, 1967 

with the 
VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1967 



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TOWN OFFICERS 

MODERATOR 
Frank M. Schanda 

SELECTMEN 
Frank Schanda Ternn Expires March 1968 

Robert L. Filion Term Expires March 1969 

Nicholas Zuk Term Expires March 1970 

TOWN CLERK TOWN TREASURER 

Yvonne B. Rousseau Severine R. Neal 

TAX COLLECTOR 
Albert W. Caswell, Sr. 

SUPERVISORS OF THE CHECK LIST 
Arthur LaBonte Richard Schanda Richard Atherton 

REPRESENTATIVES 
John Twardus F. Albert Sewall 

TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 
Beatrice Morin Term Expires AAarch 1968 

Eli Grandmaison Term Expires March 1969 

Roy E. Kent Term Expires March 1970 

TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
Velma Szacik Elizabth Gowen Philip Hendrickx 

POLICE CHIEF FIRE CHIEF 

Paul T. Gahan Robert Keller 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
Richard G. Walker 

PLANNING BOARD 

Frank Schanda George Hauschel Wilbur Sharpies, Jr. 

George Griswold Robert Stevens 

Fred Grochmal 



WARRANT 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
Town of Newmarket 



To the Inhabitants of the Town of Newmarket in the 
County of Rockingham in said State, qualified to vote in 
town affairs. 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
said town on Tuesday, the 12th day of March, to act on the 
following subjects: 

(POLLS V^/iLL BE OPEN FROM 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.) 

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the ensu- 
ing year. 

2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary 
to defray town charges for the ensuing year; as may be 
necessary for General Government including Town Officers' 
salaries and expenses, election and registration, town build- 
ings, for the protection of persons and property, including 
the Police Department, for health and sanitation, vital statis- 
tics, general expenses of the departments, for education and 
the public library, for charities, including the decoration of 
soldiers' graves, for recreation, for cemeteries, for indebted- 
ness to other governmental divisions and to pay all other 
necessary charges arising v^/ithin said Town. 

3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize and em- 
power the Selectmen to borrovy money for necessary expendi- 
tures,- in anticipation of the collection of taxes. 



4. To see if the Town will vote to allow a discount 
of two percent (2%) on all taxes except poll and head taxes, 
if paid within fifteen days after receipt of bill. 

5. To see if the Town will vote to accept the budget 
as submitted by the Budget Committee. 

6. To see if the Town will vote to pay members of the 
Fire Department $97.00 in addition to that required by law. 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000.00) to be 
used as part payment for a comprehensive plan, the balance 
to be raised next year by vote of the people. (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee) 

8. To see if the Town of Newmarket will adopt the 
following resolution: 

Whereas, there is determined to be a need for a hous- 
ing authority in the town. 

Wherefore, in accordance with Section 4 of Chapter 203 
of New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated, and in 
accord with the foregoing finding of need, there is here- 
by created a municipal housing authority for the Town 
of Newmarket, with all the pov/ers and authority 
granted by said Chapter 203. 

This resolution to take effect upon its passage. 

9. To see if the voters will appropriate the sum of One 
Thousand Three Hundred Dollars ($1,300.00), as the town's 
share of the cost of repairing the Steeple that houses the 
Town Clock. 



10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the select- 
men to sell tax acquired property, now held by the Town 
of Newmarket, to the highest bidder. 

11. To see if the Town will authorize the Board of 
Selectmen to appoint a committee which will help the town 
participate in a state-wide contest to improve the appear- 
ance of New Hampshire. 

Given under our hands and seals this 26th day of 
February, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and 
sixty-eight. 

FRANK M. SCHANDA 
ROBERT L. FILION 
NICHOLAS ZUK 

Selectmen of Newmarket, N.H. 



We hereby certify that v^e gave notice to the inhabitants 
within named, to meet at the time and place and for the 
purpose within mentioned by posting an attested copy of 
the Warrant at the place of meeting within named, and a 
like copy at the Post Office. Being a public place in said 
tovyn, on the 26th day of February, 1968. 

FRANK AA. SCHANDA 
ROBERT L. FILION 
NICHOLAS ZUK 

Selectmen of Newmarket, N.H. 



REPORT OF SELECTMEN 

To the citizens of the Town of Newmarket: 

The Board of Selectmen submit its annual report for the 
fiscal year ending December 31,1 967. 

INVENTORY APRIL 1 

1 966 - 50 % 1 967 - 50 % 
Land & buildings $4,491,065.00 $4,564,200.00 

Factory buildings and land 
Factory machinery 
Electric plants 
Trailers, mobile homes 
Stock-in-trade merchants 
Stock-in-trade manufacturers 
Boats 
Cows 

Other cattle 
Poultry 

Gasoline pumps and tanks 
Road machinery 
Wood and lumber 
Snow Traveling Vehicles and Golf Cars 

TOTAL GROSS VALUATION 

Less Veterans' Exemptions 

Less Neatstock Exemptions 

Less Poultry Exemptions 

Less Blind Exemptions 
NET VALUATION 
FOR TAX RATE $6,277,051.00 $6,405,337.00 

1966 TAX RATE: $71.00 



339,775.00 


339,775.00 


518,015.00 


540,645.00 


177,000.00 


175,500.00 


33,005.00 


46,365.00 


156,531.00 


154,360.00 


738,095.00 


759,150.00 


6,525.00 


3,050.00 


18,900.00 


18,750.00 


825.00 


1,187.00 


2,209.00 


2,478.00 


8,895.00 


8,895.00 


6,125.00 


13,835.00 


745.00 


560.00 


^olfCars 


1 ,420.00 


$6,497,710.00 


$6,630,170.00 


213,325.00 


215,530.00 


6,975.00 


7,950.00 


359.00 


353.00 





1,000.00 



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF 
NEWMARKET, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Estimates of Revenue and Expenditures of the Ensuing Year January 1, 1968 
to Decennber 31, 1968 compared with Estimated and Actual Revenue, 
Appropriations and Expenditures of the Previous Year January 1 , 1 967 to 
December 31 , 1967. 

SOURCES OF REVENUE 



From State: 

Interest and Dividends Tax 

Railroad Tax 

Savings Bank Tax 

Reimb. a/c Old Age Assistance 

From Local Sources Except Taxes: 

Dog Licenses 

Bus. Licenses, Permits & Filing Fees 

Fines & Forfeits, Municipal Court 

Rent of Town Hall & Other Buildings 

Interest Received on Taxes & Deposits 

Income of Departments: 

Highway, inci. rental of equip. 

Parking Meters 

Cemetery 
Income from Municipally owned Utilities: 

Water Departments 

Water Deportment - Note 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 
Withdrawals from Cap. Reserve Funds 
Telephone Commission 
Road Toll Refund 
Head Tax 
Ambulance 

Amount Raised by Issue of Bonds or Notes: 
Added Taxes 

Interest from Sewer Bonds 
Interest - Reinvestment Temp. Loan 
Taxes In Excess of Budget 
From Local Taxes Other Than 

Property Taxes: 
Yield Taxes 560.33 136.45 

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES 



Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 


Year 


Year 


Year 


1967 


1967 


1968 


$ 1,313.59 


$ 1,313.59 


$ 1,313.00 


220.40 


220.40 


220.00 


1,490.81 


1,490.81 


1,490.00 


5,000.00 


6,108.85 


2,000.00 


350.00 


479.20 


400.00 


200.00 


130.00 


150.00 


1,000.00 


815.13 


800.00 


600.00 


600.00 


600.00 


1,000.00 


1,897.02 


1,000.00 
250.00 


3,600.00 


3,666.20 


3,600.00 


400.00 


530.00 


400.00 


S: 

*32,000.00 


*32,688.96 


*33,600.00 








2,378.00 


20,500.00 


22,091.93 


21,000.00 


5,500.00 


5,500.00 





75.00 


231.91 


150.00 


550.00 


650.98 


550.00 


300.00 


697.65 


500.00 


250.00 


534.00 


200.00 


>tes: 




1,250.91 





14,709.50 


14,709.50 


14,213.50 


2,098.61 


2,098.61 
11,742.75 


2,000.00 



EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES $59,718.24 $76,895.89 $53,214.50 

•■Water Works - Not added in totals 



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF 
NEWMARKET, NEW HAMPSHIRE 



PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 









Actual 


Estimated 








Expendi- 


Expendi- 






Approp. 


tures 


tures 






Previous 


Previous 


Ensuing 






Year 


Year 


Year 






1967 


1967 


1968 


General Government: 










Town OfFicers' Salaries 


$ 


2,750.00 $ 


2,702.72 $ 


2,750.00 


Town Officers' Expenses 




4,500.00 


4,947.63 


5,000.00 


Election & Registration Expenses 


250.00 


215.97 


450.00 


Municipal & District Court Expenses 


300.00 


300.00 


300.00 


Expenses Town Hall and 










Other Town Bldgs. 




3,500.00 


3,481.43 


4,200.00 


Reappraisal of Property 




206.00 


205.02 


250.00 


Employees' Retirement & S. S. 




3,600.00 


3,809.58 


4,000.00 


Purchase of School 




1.00 


1.00 





Protection of Persons and Property: 








Committee Actions 




157.65 


157.65 


157.65 


Police Department 




26,900.00 


26,900.06 


30,612.36 


Fire Department 




7,400.00 


7,424.15 


7,400.00 


Blister Rust & Care of Trees 




400.00 


129.40 


400.00 


Town Clock (Steeple) 




310.00 


311.36 


1,650.00 


Planning 




500.00 





3,000.00 


Visiting Nurse Program 










600.00 


Damages & Legal Expenses 




750.00 


645.00 


750.00 


Civil Defense 




800.00 


864.85 


800.00 


Christmas Lights 




450.00 


463.74 


500.00 


Health: 










Insurance Program 




950.00 


851.02 


950.00 


Health Department, Inci. Hosp 


itals 


180.00 


178.80 


200.00 


Vital Statistics 




150.00 


90.00 


150.00 


Sewer Maintenance 




1,500.00 


1,419.16 


1,500.00 


Town Dump & Garbage Removal 


6,500.00 


7,559.57 


7,000.00 


Highways and Bridges: 










Town Maintenance - Summer 




24,000.00 


26,139.47 


26,000.00 


Town Maintenance - Tarring 




5,500.00 


4,722.45 


5,500.00 


Street Lighting 




6,200.00 


6,079.28 


6,300.00 


General Expenses of Highway 


Dept. 


6,500.00 


7,484.36 


7,500.00 


Town Road Aid 




370.00 


369.29 


41 1.32 


Libraries 




5,444.00 


5,444.00 


5,340.00 


Public Welfare: 




1,000.00 


6,125.34 


1,500.00 


Town Poor 




4,000.00 


3,539.67 


4,000.00 


Old Age Assistance 




13,000.00 


9,708.09 


1 1,000.00 


Ambulance 




5,000.00 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


Armed Services Com. 




300.00 


300.00 


300.00 



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Patriotic Purposes: 

Memorial Day & Veterans' Assoc. 
Aid to Soldiers & Their Families 

Recreation: 

Little League 
—-'Parks & Playgrounds 
Auto Permits 

Municipally Owned Water Utilities 
Cemeteries 

Public Service Enterprises: 

State Audit 

Seacoast Regional Assoc. 

Trust Funds 

Interest: 

On Temp. Loans 

On Bonded Debt - ** 

Sewer & Water 
Census 
Maintencnce - Town Dump 

Highways and Bridges: 

State Aid Construction - Town's Share 
Land Purchase 
Sidewalk Construction 
New Equipment 
Plow and Cruiser 

Payment on Principal of Debt: 

Bonds - Sewer 

Long Term Notes - Water Dept. 
Payment to Cap. Reserve Funds 
Bond Debt & Ret. Tax 



500.00 
500.00 


500.00 
60.38 


500.00 
500.00 


500.00 

1,300.00 

1,000.00 

*32,000.00 

1,000.00 


500.00 

1,300.00 

951.02 

*31,356.22 

4,782.67 


500.00 

1,300.00 

1,000.00 

*33,600.00 

1,000.00 


400.00 
613.00 
225.00 


443.67 
613.00 
250.00 


450.00 
613.00 
250.00 


5,417.00 


5,493.05 


5,500.00 


14,709.50 




14,709.50 




14,591.50 
150.00 
700.00 


; 2,500.00 

12,500.00 

500.00 


2,500.00 

12,500.00 

351.78 


2,500.00 



2,500.00 



5,500.00 



6,500.00 




5,590.32 



15,000.00 15,000.00 



6,500.00 




2,700.00 



17,000.00 

2,000.00 

9,500.00 

213.80 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES 



$202,033.15 $209,615.55 $208,939.63 



BUDGET COMMITTEE 



CLARENCE S. HODSDON 
HENRY B. HALEY 

FRANK M. SCHANDA 
DANIEL DZIEDZIC 
LEO FILION 

ELIZABETH C. 



EDWARD ZICK 
L. FORBES GETCHELL 
EDMUND PORTYRATA 

GEORGE E. GRISWOLD 

H. HAUSCHEL 
PHILBRICK 



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ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT OF THE SELECTMEN 

It is our pleasure to present this annual report for the 
year 1967. We wish to take this opportunity to thank all the 
department heads, employees and fellow citizens of New- 
market, who have made our jobs pleasant throughout the 
year. 

The reconstruction of South Main Street has been a 
State-Town financial undertaking. The storm drainage for 
this area has been completed. This project is expected to be 
completed in 1968, with the extension of the curbing, side- 
walks and resurfacing of the roadway, to the end of the 
school property. 

The Town Road Aid money available to Newmarket was 
used on Langs Lane. In 1968, Langs Lanes will be continued 
and approximately one thousand dollars will be used on 
Bay Road to remove the most serious hazards; we plan to 
vyork on Bay Road until all hazards have been removed. 

Riverside Cemetery expenses were above normal due to 
the extreme wet weather conditions which caused extra 
mowing to be done. Cedar Avenue was re-graveled and 
graded. 

Work was continued on the Town Hall. The heating 
system has been changed from steam to circulating hot 
water. The hall is now being used two or three times a week 
by the Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and different church and non- 
profit organizations. 

Bids were sent out and the low bidders were as follows: 
Dump Truck, Great Bay Motor Co., Inc.; Fuel Oil, Robinson- 
Rudd Oil Service; Gasoline, H. R. Haines Co., Inc. and Tem- 
porary Loan, Durham Trust Co. 

The town parking lot will be worked on in 1968. We 
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intend to put an exit on to Spring Street and nnake the 
entrance to this lot on Main Street. 

We want to thank two of our fine industries for their 
help and cooperation in beautifying our Main Street. Smith 
Shoe Corporation paid to have a new fence installed in front 
of their mill and the town removed the old fence for them. 
Gallant Manufacturing Company paid to have a new side- 
walk and small park in front of their mill and the town 
helped with some of the work. 

The selectmen's meetings are the first and third Tues- 
days of each month. We welcome anyone v/ho wishes to 
attend these meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANK M. SCHANDA, Chairman 
ROBERT L. FILION 
NICHOLAS ZUK 

Board of Selectmen 



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DIVISION OF MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING 
STATE TAX COMMISSION 
Concord, New Hampshire 

Summary of Findings and Recommendations 

January 29, 1968 

Board of Selectmen 
Newmarket, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 

Submitted herewith is the report of an examination and 
audit of the accounts of the Town of Newmarket for the 
fiscal year ended December 31, 1967, which was made by 
this Division in accordance with the vote of the Town. Ex- 
hibits as hereafter listed are included as part of the report. 

SCOPE OF AUDIT 

Included in the examination and audit were the ac- 
counts and records of the Board of Selectmen, Treasurer, Tax 
Collector, Town Clerk, Public Library, District Court, Trustees 
of Trust Funds and Special Sewer Fund Construction Account. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Comparative Balance Sheets: 
December 31, 1966 — Decembar 31, 1967: 

(Exhibit A-1) 

Comparative Balance Sheets as of December 31, 1966 
and December 31, 1967, are presented in Exhibit A-1. As 
indicated therein, the Net Debt decreased by $22,357.29 in 
1967. 



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Analysts of Change in Financial Condition: (Exhibit A-2) 

An analysis of the change in financial condition of the 
Town during the year is made in Exhibit A-2, with the factors 
which caused the change indicated therein. 



Comparative Statements of Appropriations and Expenditures 
Estimated and Actual Revenues: 

(Exhibits A-3 & A-4) 

Comparative statements of appropriations and expend- 
itures, estimated and actual revenues for the fiscal year 
ended December 31,1 967, are presented in Exhibits A-3 and 
A-4. As indicated by the budget summary (Exhibit A-4), a 
net unexpended balance of appropriations of $759.81, plus 
a revenue surplus of $17,177.65, resulted in a net budget 
of $17,937.46. 

Summary Statement of Receipts and Expenditures: 

(Exhibit B-1) 

A summary statement of receipts and expenditures for 
the fiscal year ended December 31, 1967, made up in ac- 
cordance with the uniform classification of accounts, is pre- 
sented in Exhibit B-1. Proof of the Treasurer's balance as of 
December 31, 1967, is indicated in Exhibit B-2. 

Special Sewer Fund Ccnstruct'on Account: (Exhibit H) 

A statement of the activity in the special sewer fund 
construction account during the year is indicated in Exhibit H. 

Statement of Long Term Indebtedness: (Exhibit I) 

A statement of outstanding long term indebtedness as 
of December 31, 1967, showing annual debt service require- 
ments, is contained in Exhibit I. 



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AUDIT PROCEDURE 

The accounts and records of all town officials charged 
with the custody, receipt and disbursement of public funds 
were examined and audited. Vouchers and cancelled checks 
were compared with supporting invoices and payrolls as 
well as entries in the books of record. Receipts were checked 
by source insofar as possible and totals of receipts and 
expenditures verified. Book balances were verified by com- 
parison with reconciled bank balances made from state- 
ments submitted from depository banks. Verification of un- 
collected taxes was made by mailing notices to delinquent 
taxpayers as indicated by the Collector's records. The 
amounts of uncollected and unredeemed taxes as indicated 
in this report are therefore subject to any changes which may 
be necessitated by the return of verification notices. 

GENERAL COMMENTS 

Current Surplus: 

The current surplus (excess of total assets over current 
liabilities) increased from $20,177.14 to $38,034.53 in 1967 
as shown herewith: 

Dec. 31,1966 Dec. 31,1967 

Total Assets $632,130.11 $659,818.98 

Current Liabilities 611,952.97 621,784.45 



Current Surplus $ 20,177.14 $ 38,034.53 

Note, Bond and Coupon Register: 

The Town Treasurer is required under the provisions of 
R.S.A. 33:12 to maintain a Note, Bond and Coupon Register, 
in which all note and bond issues must be recorded. 



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Uncollected Taxes: 

As of December 31, 1967, delinquent property, poll, 
yield and state head taxes amounting to $14,191.71 on 
account of tax levies of 1966 and prior years remained out- 
standing on the tax collector's warrants, as detailed below: 

Levy of 1966 $ 8,578.78 

Levy of 1965 3,284.88 

Levy of 1964 1,208.75 

Levy of 1963 490.30 

Levy of 1962 121.00 

Levy of 1961 138.00 

Levy of 1960 168.00 

Levy of 1959 202.00 



$14,191.71 



Examination of the various warrants revealed a number 
of instances v/here taxpayers are deceased, have moved 
from the Town, were erroneously assessed, etc. The lists of 
uncollected taxes should be reviewed and where required, 
abatements should be issued by the selectmen. The Tax 
Collector should take the necessary steps required to enforce 
collection of the remainder of these delinquent taxes. Chapter 
80 of R.S.A. provides the Collector with ample powers of 
enforcement. 

Unredeemed Taxes: 

There were, as of December 31, 1967, unredeemed 
taxes from the tax sales of the levies of 1 964 and prior years 
as follows: 

Levy of 1962 $ 1,138.81 

Levy of 1961 152.40 

$ 1,291.21 

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Inasmuch as the two year period provided by law in 
which redemption from tax sales may be made has expired 
on these unredeemed taxes, the Tax Collector should deed 
all of the properties involved to the Town at once. 

Library: 

We recommend the use of columnar journals with ap- 
propriate classifications of receipts and expenditures be 
adopted by the Library treasurer. 

Conclusion: 

The provisions of Chapter 184 of the Lows of 1955, 
require that this report or the summary of findings and 
recommendations (letter of transmittal) should be published 
in the next annual report of the Town. 

We extend our thanks to the officials of the Town of 
Newmarket for their assistance during the course of the 
audit. 

Yours very truly, 

O. MAURICE OLESON, Director 
DIVISION OF MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING 
STATE TAX COMMISSION 

Frederick E. Laplante, Auditor 
Laurence M. Bean, Accountant 



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DIVISION OF MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING 
STATE TAX COMMISSION 
Concord, New Hampshire 

January 29, 1968 

CERTIFICATE OF AUDIT 

This is to certify that we have examined and audited 
the accounts and records of the Town of Newmarket for the 
fiscal year ended December 31, 1967. In our opinion, the 
Exhibits included herewith present fairly the financial condi- 
tion of the Town of Newmarket on December 31, 1967, to- 
gether with the results of operations for the fiscal year ended 
on that date. 

Respectfully submitted, 

O. MAURICE OLESON, Director 

DIVISION OF MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING 
STATE TAX COMMISSION 

Frederick E. Laplante, Auditor 
Laurence M. Bean, Accountant 



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TOWN OF NEWMARKET 
INDEX 



EXHIBITS: 



Financial information: 

A-1 - Comparative Balance Sheets — As of December 31, 
1966 and December 31, 1967 

A-2 - Analysis of Change in Financial Condition 

A-3 - Comparative Statement of Appropriations and Ex- 
penditures 

A-4 - Comparative Statement of Estimated and Actual 
Revenues and Budget Summary 

Treasurer: 

B-1 - Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
B-2 - Summary of Treasurer's Account & Proof of Balance 

Tox Collector: 

C-1 - Summary of Warrants 

C-2 - Summary of Tax Sale Accounts 

C-3 - State Head Taxes — Summary of Warrants 
Town Clerk: 

D - Statement of Town Clerk's Accounts 
Public Library: 

E - Statement of Receipts, Expenditures & Proof of Balance 
District Court: 

F - Statement of Receipts, Expenditures & Proof of Balance 

Trust Funds: 

G - Summary of Trust Fund Principal, Income and Invest- 
ments 
Special Sewer Fund Construction Account: 

H - Statement of Receipts, Expenditures & Proof of Balance 
Long Term Indebtedness: 

I - Statement of Long Term Indebtedness, Showing Annual 
Maturities of Principal and Interest 
Surety Bonds: 

J - Town Officers' Surety Bonds 

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EXHIBIT A-1 

TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Comparative Balance Sheets 

As of December 31, 1966 and December 31, 1967 

Assets Decembers], 1966 December 31 , 1967 

Cash on Hand: 

Town Treasurer $ 68,347.46 $ 48,310.73 

Water Dept. (Contra) 1,156.06 2,488.80 

Special Sewer Fund 

Construction Account 
(Contra) 430,867.81 432,202.51 

Petty Cash - Police Dept. 20.00 20.00 

In Hands of Tax Collector 

(Net) 19.08 





$ 


500,391.33 


$ 


483,041.12 


Accounts Due Town: 










Water Dept. Loan $ 


4,500.00 


$ 


4,500.00 




Water Accts. Receivable 










(Contra) 


1,880.07 




1,902.24 




From Capital Reserve Fi 


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5,500.00 








6,380.07 




11,902.24 


Capital Reserve Funds 










(Contra) 




36,568.01 




44,855.05 


Unredeemed Taxes: 










Levy of 1 966 $ 




$ 


4,912.58 




Levy of 1 965 


2,347.17 




725.37 




Prior Years 


1,980.89 




1,291.21 








4,328.06 




6,929.16 


Uncollscted Taxes: 










Levy of 1 967 $ 




$ 


96,999.70 




Levy of 1 966 


75,507.24 




8,413.78 




Levy of 1 965 


3,328.10 




3,124.88 




Prior Years 


2,697.30 




1,498.05 








81,532.64 




110,036.41 


Uncollected State Head Taxes: 








State Account 










(Contra) $ 


1,780.00 


$ 


1,900.00 




Town Account 


1,150.00 




1,155.00 





2,930.00 3,055.00 



Total Assets $ 632,130.11 $ 659,818.98 

Net Debt 461,822.86 439,465.47 



Total Assets 
& Net Debt $1,093,952.97 $1,099,284.45 



21 



EXHIBIT A-1 Continued) 

TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Comparative Balance Sheets 

As of December 31, 1966 and December 31, 1967 

Liabilities December 31, 1966 December 31, 1967 

Appropriations Forwarded: 

Lamprey River 

Industrial Park $ 1,148.18 $ 1,148.18 

Planning & Zoning 500.00 



Accounts Owed by Town: 

Excess Credit Tax Sale 
Account - a/c 1963 



Levy 
Excess Remittance Di 
Tax Collector (Net) 


$ 
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226.17 
2.94 


Due State of N 


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ire: 


State Head Taxes: 






Uncollected 
(Contra) 
Collected - 
Remitted 


Not 


$ 1 


,780.00 
254.00 



1,148.18 $ 1,648.18 

$ 226.17 

2.94 



229.11 229.11 

$ 1,900.00 
485.00 



2,034.00 2,385.00 



2 % Bond & Debt Tax: 

Uncollected $ $ 16.96 

Collected - Not 
Remitted 84.77 95.11 



84.77 112.07 



Special Funds: (Contra) 

Water Dept. - Cash $ 1,156.06 $ 2,488.80 

Water Dept. - 

Accts. Receivable 1,880.07 1,902.24 

Special Sev/er Fund 

Construction Acct. 430,867.81 432,202.51 



433,903.94 436,593.55 

Capitol Reserve Funds 36,568.01 44,855.05 

School District Tax 

Payable 137,984.96 135,961.49 

Water Works Notes 

Outstanding 10,500.00 

Sewer Bonds 



Total Liabilities $1,093,952.97 $1,099,284.45 

22 



EXHIBIT A-2 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Analysis of Change in Financial Condition 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



Net Debt - December 31,1 966 $461 ,822.86 

Net Debt - December 31 , 1 967 439,465.47 



Decrease in Net Debt $22,357.39 



ANALYSIS OF CHANGE 



Decreases in Net Debt: 

Net Budget Surplus $17,937.46 

Bonds Paid During Year 15,000.00 

Water Notes Paid During Year 2,000.00 



$ 34,937.46 



Increases in Net Debt: 

Long Term Notes Issued During Year 

(Waterworks) 12,500.00 

Tax Liens Transferred to Deeds 80.07 



12,580.07 
Net Decrease $22,357.39 



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EXHIBIT A-4 

TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Comparative Statement of Estimated and Actual Revenues 

and Budget Summary 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 





Re\ 


/enues 








Estimated 


Actual 


Excess 


Deficit 


Interest & Dividends Tax $ 


1,313.59 


$ 1,313.59 


$ 


$ 


Railroad Tax 


220.40 


220.40 






Savings Bank Tax 


1,490.81 


1,490.81 






Anribulance 


250.00 


534.00 


284.00 




Interest on Sewer Bond 










Investments 


14,709.50 


14,709.50 






Interest From Temporary 










Loan Investment 


2,098.61 


2,098.61 






Interest on Taxes 


1,000.00 


1,897.02 


897.02 




Business Licenses, Permits & 










Filing Fees 


200.00 


130.00 




70.00 


Dog Licenses 


350.00 


479.20 


129.20 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


20,500.00 


22,091.93 


1,591.93 




Rent of Town Property - Dump 


600.00 


600.00 






Fines & Forfeits - Dist. Court 


1,000.00 


815.13 




184.87 


Parking Meter Income 


3,600.00 


3,666.20 


66.20 




Cemetery 


400.00 


530.00 


130.00 




Telephone Commissions 


75.00 


231.91 


156.91 




Road Toll Refunds 


550.00 


650.98 


100.98 




State Head Tax Commissions 


300.00 


697.65 


397.65 




Withdrawals From Capital 










Reserve Funds 


5,500.00 


5,500.00* 






Reimbursement - Town 










Property - Lien 


5,000.00 


6,108.85 


1,108.85 




Revenue From Yield Tax Sources 560.33 


136.45 




423.88 


Taxes Committed in Excess of 










Budgetary Requirements 




1 1,742.75 


11,742.75 




Added Taxes 




1,250.91 


1,250.91 





$59,718.24 $76,895.89 $17,856.40 $678.75 
* Accounts Receivable at December 31, 1967 

BUDGET SUMMARY 

Unexpended Balances of Approp. $ 8,415.59 

Overdrafts of Appropriations 7,655.78 



Net Unexpended Balance of 

Appropriations $ 759.81 

Actual Revenues $76,895.89 

Estimated Revenues 59,718.24 



Revenue Surplus 17,177.65 



Net Budget Surplus $17,937.46 

27 



EXHIBIT B-1 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Classified Statement of Receipts and Expenditures 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 

RECEIPTS 



Current Revenue: 






Local Taxes: 






Current Year: 






Property Taxes 


$351,728.12 




Poll Taxes 


1,614.00 




National Bonk Stock Taxes 


74.00 




Yield Taxes 


62.02 




State Head Taxes 


5,390.00 






$358,868.14 


Prior Years: 






Property Taxes 


$ 67,701.62 




Poll Taxes 


498.00 




State Head Taxes 


1,690.00 








69,889.62 


interest on Taxes 




1,896.76 


Penalties on State Head Taxes 




176.00 


Tax Soles Redeemed 




4,688.96 






$435,519.48 


State of New Hampshire 






Interest & Dividends Tax 


$ 


1,313.59 


Railroad Tax 




220.40 


Savings Bank Tax 




1,490.81 


Road Toll Refunds 




650.98 


Reimbursennent a/c Old Age Assistance 


469.99 


Reimbursements a/c Head Tax Expenses 


34.65 






$ 4,180.42 


Local Sources, Except Taxes: 






Dog Licenses 


$ 


479.20 


Business Licenses, Permits & Filing 


Fees 


130.00 


Fines & Forfeits - District Court 




815.13 


Rent of Town Property - Dump 




600.00 


Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 




22,104.07 


Income From Parking Meters 




3,666.20 


Interest Received on Investments: 






Temporary Loans 


$ 2,098.61 




Bond Funds 


14,709.50 






$ 


16,808.11 


Cemetery Interments 


$ 


530.00 


Telephone Commissions 




231.91 



28 



EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 



Income From Trust Funds 
Rent of Ambulance 
Appropriation Credits: 

Town Officers' Expenses 

Christmos Lights 

Public Welfare 

Town Poor 

Tax Commission Audit 

Cemetery 



TOTAL CURRENT REVENUE RECEIPTS 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 

Temporary Loans 

Long Term Notes Issued 

(a/c Water Construction) 
Refunds - Town Property - a/c Liens 



TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES 
BALANCE — JANUARY 1 , 1 967 

GRAND TOTAL 



2,700.00 
534.00 



5.00 

23.41 

3,126.08 

95.00 

1 15.74 

509.00 



3,874.23 



$ 52,472.85 
$492,172.75 



$240,000.00 

12,500.00 
6,108.85 



258,608.85 

$750,781.60 
68,347.46 

$819,129.06 



EXPENDITURES 



General Government: 

Town Officers' Salaries 

AAotor Vehicle Permit Fees 

Town Officers' Expenses 

Tax Commission Audit 

Election & Registration 

District Court 

Town Hall & Buildings Maintenance 

Town Clock 

Trust Fund Expenses 

Reassessment 



Protection of Persons & Property: 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Blister Rust & Care of Trees 



2,702.72 
951.02 

4,947.63 
443.67 
215.97 
300.00 

3,481.43 
311.36 
250.00 
205.02 



$ 13,808.82 



26,900.06 

7,424.15 

129.40 



29 



EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 



Civilian Defense 






864.85 




Ambulance 






5,000.00 








$ 


40,318.46 


Health & Sanitation: 










Health Department 




$ 


178.80 




Vital Statistics 






90.00 




Sewer Maintenance 






1,419.16 




Town Dump & Garbage 


Removal 




7,559.67 








$ 


9,247.63 


Highways & Bridges: 










Town Road Aid 




$ 


369.29 




Town Maintenance 






26,139.47 




Tarring Roads 






4,722.45 




Street Lighting 






6,079.28 




General Expenses of H 


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7,484.36 








$ 


44,794.85 


Libraries 






$ 


5,444.00 


Public Welfare: 










Old Age Assistance 




$ 


9,708.09 




Town Poor 






3,539.67 




Public Welfare 






6,125.34 








$ 


19,373.10 


Patriotic Purposes: 










Memorial Day 




$ 


500.00 




Christmas Lights 






463.74 




Soldiers' Aid 






60.38 








$ 


1,024.12 


Recreation: 










Parks & Playgrounds 




$ 


1,300.00 




Little League 






500.00 








$ 


1,800.00 


Public Service Enterprises: 










Cemeteries 






$ 


4,782.67 


Unclassified: 










Damage & Legal 




$ 


645.00 




Advertising & Regional 


Associations 




613.00 




Taxes Bought by Town 






7,370.13 




Discounts, Abatements & Refunds: 








Property Taxes & Interest $ 23. 


,16 






Motor Vehicle Permit 


Fees 1 2. 


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35.30 



30 



EXHIBIT B-1 (Continued) 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 



Social Security & Retirement 
Health Insurance Program 
Community Actions 
Armed Services 
Purchase of School 



Interesf Paid: 

On Temporary Loans 
On Bonded Indebtedness 



Nsw Construction, Equipment & Improvements: 

State Aid Construction 
Sidewalk Construction 
New Equipment - Highway 
Water Works Construction 



indebtedness Payments: 

On Temporary Loons 

On Bonded Debt 

Payments to Capita! Reserve Funds 



Payments to Otl^er Governmental Divisions: 



State of New Hampshire: 

Staet Head Taxes — 1 966 
State Head Taxes — 1 967 



County Tax 

School District Tax: 

1966-67 School Tax 
1967-68 School Tax 



3,809.58 

851.02 

157.65 

300.00 

1.00 



$ 

$ 5,493.05 
14,709.50 


13,782.68 


$ 

$ 2,500.00 

351.78 

5,590.32 

12,500.00 


20,202.55 


$ 

$240,000.00 

15,000.00 

6,500.00 


20,942.10 



$261,500.00 



1,898.00 
4,452.85 



;i 37,984.96 
150,000.00 



6,350.85 
19,461.54 



287,984.96 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES FOR ALL PURPOSES 
BALANCE — DECEMBER 31, 1967 

GRAND TOTAL 



$313,797.35 

$770,818.33 
48,310.73 

$819,129.06 



31 



EXHIBIT B-2 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Summary of Treasurer's Account and Proof of Balance 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



Balance - January 1, 1967 $ 68,347.46 

Receipts During Year 750,781.60 



$819,129.06 
Expenditures During Year 770,818.33 



Balance - Decennber 31, 1967 $ 48,310.73 



PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in The Rockingham National 

Bank, Newmarket - Per Statement 

December 29, 1967 $ 58,895.63 

Add: Deposits of: 

January 3, 1968 $1,471.40 

January 12, 1968 8,061.30 



9,532.70 

$ 68,428.33 
Less: Outstanding Checks 20,123.60 



$ 48,304.73 
Add: Bank Credit Memo - Jan. 1 0, 1 968 6.00 



Reconciled Balance - Dec. 31, 1967 $ 48,310.73 



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EXHIBIT C-2 
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Summery of Tax Sale Accounts 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



— Levies of — 
DEBITS 1966 1965 1964 1962 1961 

Unredeemed Taxes - 

Jan. 1, 1967 $ $2,347.17 $689.68 $1,138.81 $152.40 

Tax Sole of 

Sept. 8, 1967 7,370.13 

Interest & Costs Collected 

After Sale 16.39 67.44 68.72 

$7,386.52 $2,414.61 $758.40 $1,138.81 $152.40 



CREDIT 



Remittances to Treasurer: 

Redemptions $2,426.65 $1,596.78 $665.53 $ $ 

Interest & Costs 16.39 67.44 68.72 

Deeded to Town 30.90 25.02 24.15 

Unredeemed Taxes - 

Dec. 31, 1967 44,912.58 725.37 1,138.81 152.40 

$7,386.52 $2,414.61 $758.40 $1,138.81 $152.40 



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EXHIBIT D 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Statement of Town Clerk's Accounts 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



DEBITS 



Motor Vehicle Permits Issued: 



1966 - Nos. 188123 - 188170 $ 377.56 
1 967 - Nos. 492035 - 492400) 



- Nos. 186301 - 187777) 
1968 - Nos. 343201 - 343229 


21 


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366.26 




Dog Licenses Issued: 

182 at $2.00 
22 at S5.00 


$ 


$ 

364.00 
1 10.00 


22,104.07 


Less: 204 Fees at $0.20 


$ 


474.00 
40.80 




Add: 46 Penalties at $1 .00 


$ 


433.20 
46.00 




Filing Fees 




$ 


479.20 
5.00 






$ 22,588.27 



CREDIT 

Remittances to Treasurer: 

Motor Vehicle Permits $ 22,104.07 

Dog Licenses & Penalties 479.20 

Filing Fees 5.00 



$ 22,588.27 



37 



EXHIBIT E 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 

Balance - January 1, 1967 $ 411.16 

Receipts: 

Town Appropriation $ 5,442.01 

Rent of Building 50.00 

Donation 5.00 



5,497.01 

$ 5,908.17 
Expenditures During Year 5,738.44 



Balance - December 31, 1967 $ 169.73 



PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in The Rockingham National 
Bank, Exeter - Per Statement 

December 19, 1967 $ 799.37 

Less.- Outstanding Checks 629.64 



Reconciled Balance - Dec. 31, 1967 $ 169.73 



38 



EXHIBIT F 
District Court 

Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance 
Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



Balance - January 1, 1967 






$ 65.25 


Receipts: 








Fines & Forfeits 


$1 


,570.00 




Bail 




580.00 




Small Claims 




40.50 




Bail Refunded by Superior Court 




50.00 




Non-Support Collection 




5.00 










2,245.50 




$2,310.75 


Expenditures: 








N.H. Dept. of Safety 


$ 


688.00 




N.H. Fish & Game Dept. 




32.00 




Bail Transferred to Superior Court 




580.00 




Supplies, Forms, Etc. 




24.62 




Court Clerk's Bond 




10.00 




Town of Newmarket 




815.13 




Peace Bond Returned 




25.00 




Small Claims 




36.00 










2,210.75 



Balance - December 31, 1967 



$100.00 



PROOF OF BALANCE 



Balance in The Rockingham National Bank, Exeter 

Per Statement December 14, 1967 
Less: Outstanding Check #1018 

Reconciled Balance - December 31, 1967 

Criminal Cases 94 

Civil Cases 1 

Small Claims 2 

Juvenile Cases 4 



Total Cases 



101 



915.13 
85.13 



$100.00 



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INVESTMENTS & DEPOSITS: 

Rockingham National Bank — 

Savings Account #TDN-84 $ 544.54 
Amoskeag Savings Bank — 

(Special Notice Account) 11,968.26 
Capital Reserve Fund #801641 
Amoskeag Savings Bank — 

Capital Reserve Fund #302527 4,1 14.67 
Amoskeag Savings Bank — 

(Special Notice Account) 

Capital Reserve Fund #801640 19,023.87 

iQ M - Southwestorn Bell Telephone Co. Bonds 10,157.68 
Amoskeag Savings Bank — 

(Special Notice Account) #801642 10,000.00 
Manchester Savings Bank — 

(Special Notice Account) #701452 10.000.00 
Rockingham National Bank — 

Savings Account - #TDE-620 4,393.29 

Portsmouth Trust Company #200350 10,000.00 

Portsmouth Savings Bank #N-821 10,000.00 

Portsmouth Savings Bank #B-1 02288 412.99 

5 M U.S. Treasury Bond #6078 5,027.90 

714 Shares - Nev\/ England Fund 7,393.65 

862 Shares - Whitehall Balanced Fund 9,990.50 

1325 Shares - Puritan Fund, Inc. 9,993.56 

781 Shares - Eaton & Hov^ard Balonced Fund 7,696.34 

5 M - American Telephone & Telegraph Bonds 5,069.83 

784 Shares - Broad St. Investing Corp. 9,987.16 

595 Shares - Nationwide Securities Co., Inc. 6,384.44 

Strafford Savings Bank #544 PDO 10,000.00 

AAanchester Savings Bank #707-934 7,362.92 

Rockingham National Bank #N-10510 392.42 
Cash on Hand — 

(Undeposited Capital Reserve Funds ) 6,500.00 



$176,414.02 



41 



EXHIBIT H 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Special Sewer Construction Account 

Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 

Balance - January 1, 1967 $430,867.81 

Reciepts: 

Interest on invested Funds 21,976.62 



$452,844.43 



Expenditures: 

Engineering & Design Fees $ 5,582.42 

Legal Fees 250.00 

Town of Newmarket - a/c Interest 14,709.50 



20,541.92 
Balance - December 31, 1967 $432,302.51 



PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in the Rockingham National Bank, Exeter — 

Per Statement December 29, 1 967 $ 16,768.75 

Less: Outstanding Check (#39) 250.00 



$16,518.75 
Add: Certificatas of Deposits: 

Indian Head National Bank 

#B-2493 $330,783.76 

The Rockingham National Bank 

#8-266 85,000.00 



415,783.76 
Reconciled Balance - December 31, 1967 $432,302.51 



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EXHIBIT J 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

Town Officers' Surety Bonds 
1967 



Number 
To>vn Treasurer: 

Severine R. Neal 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 

Town Clerk: 

Yvonne B. Rousseau 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 

Tax Collector: 

Albert W. Caswell, Sr. 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 8033431 

Trustees of Trust Funds: 

Beatrice Morin 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 

Eli Grandmaison 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 8026650 

Roy E. Kent 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 8033433 



Amount Term Beginning 

25,000.00 March 14,1967 

$ 5,000.00 March 14, 1967 

$24,000.00 March 14, 1967 

$16,000.00 March 9,1965 

$20,000.00 March 8,1966 

$22,000.00 March 14, 1967 



45 



ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES OF TOWN DEPARTMENTS 
1967 



TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES 



Nicholas Zuk 
Frank Schando 
Robert Filion 
Severine Neal 
Albert Caswell, Sr. 
Yvonne Rousseau 
Internal Revenue 
Treasurer, State of N.H. 



302.40 
382.40 
382.40 
239.60 
959.05 
189.00 
130.00 
117.87 



$ 2,702.72 



TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES 



Yvonne Rousseau 

Albert Caswell, Sr. 

Connor & Durgin 

Eileen Szeliga 

Internal Revenue 

N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization Service 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 

Association of N.H. Assessors 

Edson C. Eastman Co. 

Batchelder's Bookstore 

Bo Chaines, Inc. 

N.H. Retirement System 

N.H. Tax Collector's Association 

Petty Cash 

Newmarket Press 

Newmarket Times 

Genevra R. Laugher 

Wheeler & Clark 

U.S. Post Office 



105.96 

150.60 

25.00 

1,928.24 

477.00 

48.00 

131.10 

5.00 

49.46 

12.58 

473.98 

101.70 

5.00 

28.45 

625.50 

60.00 

6.00 

42.55 

298.85 



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Brown & Saltmarsh, Inc. 31.70 

Rebecca Walker 86.40 

Burroughs Corp. 58.05 

LaBranch's Drug 5.75 

Exeter Hospital 25.00 

Edward H. Quimby Co. 123.00 

American Photocopy Equipment 17.25 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc. 5.20 

John B. Carpenter 15.00 

3-M Business Products 5.31 



$ 4,947.63 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION 



Frank Schanda 
Richard Schanda 
Richard Atherton 
Arthur LaBonte 
Yvonne Rousseau 
Fred Beale 
Martha Schanda 
Rhea La France 
John's Restaurant 
Newmarket Press 
Newmarket Times 
LaBranch's Drug 



$ 10.00 


20.00 


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27.50 


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20.00 


13.97 



MUNICIPAL COURT 



215.97 



Russell H. McGuirk 286.80 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 13.20 

$ 300.00 

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TOWN HALL 




Wilfred Beaulieu 


$ 241.72 


N.E, Telephone Co, 


1 ,080.40 


Public Service Co. 


482.74 


Robinson-Rudd Oil Service 


107.19 


Internal Revenue 


59.00 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


19.08 


Bo Chaines, Inc. 


97.48 


Herbert J. Philbrick 


32.20 


R. H. Filion 


346.68 


Portsmouth Paper Co. 


30.25 


Griffin Hardware Corp. 


78.28 


Robbins Auto Supply 


213.60 


Certified Laboratories 


31.95 


University of N.H. 


14.44 


Edward H. Quimby Co. 


47.24 


Pitney-Bowes, Inc. 


289.78 


Albert Gilbert 


42.12 


Adam Semple 


44.46 


General Electric Co. 


180.00 


Adam Maiek 


11.76 


Warren Sawyer, Jr. 


17.06 


Adelard Babineau 


14.00 



$ 3,481.43 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Normand Hamel $ 1,011.80 

Paul Gahan 4,084.32 

Donald Howcroft 4,742.82 

Robert Pratt 4,582.23 

Owen Russell 4,583.74 

Albert Gilbert 250.94 

John Sklarski 40.12 

John Morse 944.90 

Edward Zick 36.69 



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Warren Jenkins 28.78 

N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization Service 358.40 

Internal Revenue 2,141.52 

H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 1,404.89 

Great Bay Motor Co. 439.79 

Dover Auto Supply 1 30.08 

Newmarket Press 1 08. 1 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 39.84 

LaBranch's Drug 10.73 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 5.49 

Public Service Co. 12.04 

Thomas J. Connelly (Ins.) 163.00 

Bo Chaines, Inc. 223.42 

N.H. Police Retirement 436.13 

Petty Cash 21.25 

Rices, Inc. 92.54 

Yvonne Rousseau 206.56 

Woodbury Avenue Car Wash 12.50 

Exeter Hospital 16.50 

Hovey's Camera Shop 68.70 

Eddie's Service Station 36.90 

Ma rel I i's Fruit Store 1.82 

Dollars for Schollars 10.00 

Batchelder's Bookstore 1 .45 

Sargent-Sowell, Inc. 29.40 

Donald S. Lavigne 45.30 

Rockwell Mfg. Co. 4.65 

Eastern Fire Equipment 5.43 

American Safety 18.00 

General Electric Co. 436.82 

Shelton's Auto Body Shop 29.75 

Karl Gilbert 8.67 

Del Chemical Corp. 62.05 

U.S. Post Office 6.00 

Newmarket Times 6.00 

$ 26,900.06 
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FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Griffin Hardware Corp. $ 34.94 

N.E. Telephone Co. 309.90 

H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 61.22 

Robert S. Keller 340.00 

BoChaines, Inc. 419.91 

Thomas J. Connelly, Ins. 601.00 

Raymond Ripley, Clerk 2,877.09 

Wilfred L. Beaulieu 81.39 

Beaulieu's Garage 71.25 

Smith Fire Equipment 42.28 

Certified Laboratories 62.55 

Charles H. Clougherty 1 ,1 32.93 

Dover Auto Supply 60.95 

Edward Wasiewski 23.00 

Robinson-Rudd Oil Service 83.45 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. 24.60 

Ma rcotte' s Ma rket 13.63 

Public Service Co. 129.41 

Eddie's Service Station 21.24 

Strafford County Soil 290.40 

Mobile Electronics 109.85 

Perkins Agency Insurance 51.00 

R. H. Filion 279.85 

Hopey's Garage 82.15 

Herbert Philbrick 75.00 

W. A. Gazda 22.75 

Robbins Auto Supply 1 22.41 

$ 7,424.15 

TREE CARE 
V. H. Cogswell, Inc. $ 129.40 

129.40 
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TOWN CLOCK 

Public Service Co . 108.65 

W. A. Gazda 200.00 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 2.71 



AUTO PERMITS 



SEWER DEPARTMENT 



311.36 



Yvonne Rousseau 


$ 731.06 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


39.66 


Internal Revenue 


180.30 




951.02 


CIVIL DEFENSE 




N.E. Telephone Co. 


$ 193.65 


Treasurer, State of N.H. 


9.75 


Mobile Electronics 


261.45 


General Electric Co. 


400.00 



$ 864.85 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization Service $ 178.80 

VITAL STATISTICS 

Yvonne Rousseau $ 68.03 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 3.97 

Internal Revenue 18.00 



90.00 



Adam Maiek $ 62.14 

Richman Walker 109.93 



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Dover Auto Supply 25.99 

Albert Gilbert 142.03 

R. H. Filion 81.01 

Warren Sawyer, Jr. 55.63 

Hermenegilde Cote 1 1 .08 

Wilfred Beaulieu 129.76 

Adam Semple 57.39 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 145.70 

Bo Chaines, Inc. 44.65 

E. K. Willard, Inc. 274.44 

Adam Semple 70.40 

Tom Sawyer 180.00 

J. F. McDermott 19.76 

R. H. Filion 3.50 

N. A. Nichols Co. 5.75 



$ 1,419.16 

TOWN DUMP & GARBAGE REMOVAL 

Adam Maiek $ 973.87 

Albert Gilbert 982.10 

Warren Sawyer, Jr. 983.56 

Wilfred Beaulieu 980.99 

Adam Semple 893.70 

Hermenegilde Cote 415.74 

Dale Filion 20.81 

Gary Grochmal 20.81 

Robert Pa quette 10.71 

Robert Mazur 13.50 

Leo Laplume 165.61 

Robert Laroche 194.30 

John Gammon 196.00 

Bo Chaines, Inc. 31.36 

H. R. Haines, Co., Inc. 277.33 

Bell & Flynn, Inc. 706.00 

Gover Smith 38.24 



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James Whitemore 15.12 

Paul St. Pierre 22.20 

Ronald Bloom 17.70 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. 1 97.04 

Agenor Bissonnette 202.82 

Duane Walker 11.10 

Stephen Kleczek 10.20 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 3.56 

Rices Inc. 75.90 

George Hauschel 71.40 

Floyd E. Spaulding 28.00 



TOWN MAINTENANCE 



$ 7,559.67 



Richman Walker $ 2,384.58 

Adam MaIek 2,728.09 

Albert Gilbert 2,950.79 

Warren Sawyer, Jr. 2,575.14 

Wilfred Beaulieu 2,902.45 

Adam Semple 2,499.40 

Robert La roche 145.47 

Charles Clark 11.60 

Robert Gazda 1 1.60 

Hermenegilde Cote 304.70 

Stephen Kleczek 122.18 

Dale Filion 23.05 

Gary Grochmal 21.54 

N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization Service 396.60 

Robbins Auto Parts 56.27 

Employees' Retirement System 1,018.50 

Treasurer, State of N.H. 1,402.20 

Bo Chaines, Inc. 542.88 

H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 724.05 

Edwin I. Kimball 18.47 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 83.59 



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Great Bay Motors Co., Inc. 239.80 

Paul Petit 32.95 

Seacoast Tractor & Euipment 1 17.28 

John Szacik 9.07 

Atlantic Equipment & Supply 45.90 

Nanco, Inc. 14.76 

Dover Auto Supply 23.14 

Internal Revenue 3,704.63 

Sandard Uniform 317.30 

Bruce Hauschel 91.00 

Exeter Tire Mart 27.12 

Ri la Precast Concrete 28.80 

Rice's Inc. 80.36 

Vincent Bateman 24.03 

Raymond Barringer 20.14 

Leo Laplume 95.46 

George Hauschel 54.92 

Agenor Bissonnette 49.66 

Walter Hendzel 60.00 

Marion Walker 180.00 





$ 26,139.47 


TARRING 






lafolla Construction Co. 


$ 


277.62 


Atlantic Equipment & Supply 




869.40 


Mystic Bituminous 




1,917.83 


Richman Walker 




329.79 


Adam Maiek 




210.18 


Albert Gilbert 




229.72 


Warren Sawyer, Jr. 




222.52 


Wilfred Beaulieu 




230.61 


Adam Semple 




198.69 


Hermenegilde Cote 




55.59 


R. H. Filion 




12.00 


Filion Construction Co. 




168.50 



$ 4,722.45 
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T. R. A. 

State of N.H. $ 369.29 

$ 369.29 
STREET LIGHTING 

Public Service Co. $ 5,945.72 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. 133.56 



$ 6,079.28 

GENERAL EXPENSES OF THE HIGHWAYS 

Bruce Hauschel $ 1,036.00 

H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 1,354.24 

Nanco, Inc. 52.86 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. 251.81 

R. H. Filion 282.01 

New England Metal Culvert 142.80 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 321.49 

N. E. Telephone Co. 238.85 

Robbins Auto Supply 821.06 

Seacoast Tractor & Equipment 62.38 

International Salt 262.53 

Beaulieu's Garage 41.85 

Edwin I. Kimball 228.98 

E. K. Willard, Inc. 20.00 

Robinson-Rudd Oil Service 112.02 

Standard Uniform 527.95 

Mobile Electronics 31.70 

Dover Auto Supply 4^4.13 

R. C. Hazelton 105.48 

N. H. Explosives 40.00 

The Chemical Corp. 465.64 

White's Welding 100.54 

V. H. Cogswell, Inc. 29.54 

Thomas J. Connelly, Ins. 368.00 



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Rice's Inc. 




147.05 


lafolla Construction Co. 




30.30 


Granite State Minerals 




262.15 


George Hauschel 




103.00 




$ 


7,484.36 


LIBRARY 






Velma Szacik, Treasurer 


$ 


5,442.01 


Bo Chaines, Inc. 




1.99 




$ 


5,440.00 


OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 






State of N.H. 


$ 


9,702.07 


N.H. Division of Welfare (OASI Fund) 




6.02 




$ 


9,708.09 


TOWN POOR 






Medical Aid 


$ 


109.29 


Clothing 




108.26 


Rent 




131.00 


Food 




142.55 


Fuel 




20.00 


Rockingham County Home 




1,454.92 


N.H. Catholic Charities 




294.66 


Misc. 




41.78 


Board & Care 




1,237.21 




$ 


3,539.67 


MEMORIAL DAY 






American Legion - Post 67 


$ 


500.00 


SOLDIER'S AID 






Medical Aid 


$ 


6.00 


Food 




40.00 


Clothing 




14.3.8 



$ 60.38 

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PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 

Little League Baseball 

Newmarket Women's Club (Civics Dept) 



$ 500.00 
1,300.00 

$ 1,800.00 



CEMETERIES 



BoChaines, Inc. 
Internal Revenue 
H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 
Agenor Bissonnette 
Dale Filion 
Gary Grochmal 
John Carpenter 
Lloyd Walker 
Filion Construction Co. 
Treasurer, State of N.H. 
Adam Maiek 
Albert Gilbert 
Warren Sawyer, Jr. 
Wilfred Beaulieu 
Griffin Hardware Corp. 
Charles Hobbs 
Adam Semple 
Hermenegilde Cote 
Greenlands Corporation 
Certified Laboratories 



$ 24.47 

209.00 

56.26 

1,869.69 

299.95 

336.38 

126.00 

150.00 

156.00 

151.61 

94.97 

124.00 

74.83 

105.87 

770.04 

44.00 

86.73 

37.32 

29.95 

35.60 

$ 4,782.67 



DAMAGES & LEGAL EXPENSES (INCLUDING DOG DAMAGE) 



Edith Holland 
Newmarket Times 
Exeter Veterinary Hospital 
Dover Veterinary Hospital 



32.00 
12.00 
19.00 
30.00 



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Owen Russell, Dog Of 


ficer 




150.00 


Russell H. AAcGuirk 






402.00 




$ 


645.00 




TRUST FUNDS 






Rockingham National 


Bank 


$ 


5.00 


Beatrice Morin 






75.00 


Roy E. Kent 






85.00 


Eli Grandmaison 






85.00 



$ 250.00 
ADVT. & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 
N. H. Seacoast Regional Assoc. $ 613.00 



$ 613.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY THE TOWN 
Albert W. Caswell, Sr., Tax Collector $ 7,370.13 



$ 


7,370.13 


DISCOUNTS, ABATEMENTS & REFUNDS 




Ronald Sklarski $ 


8.24 


N.H. Electric Corp. 


19.60 


Robert D. Willey 


3.90 


Helen Silver 


1.G7 


Helen Dodds 


2.49 



$ 35.30 
RETIREMENT & SOCIAL SECURITY 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $ 2,000.78 

Employees' Retirement System 1,426.63 

N. H. Police Retirement 382.17 

$ 3,809.58 

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MISCELLANEOUS 

Christmas Lights - Public Service Co. 

Christmas Lights - Griffin Hardware Corp. 

Reassessment - N. H. State Treasurer 

Ambulance - Brisson & Kent 

Armed Services 

Rockingham County Community Actions 



$ 132.79 
330.95 
205.02 
5,000.00 
300.00 
157.65 

$ 6,126.41 



INTEREST 

Durham Trust Co. 
Rockingham National Bank 
First National Bank of Boston 



$ 5,326.38 

166.67 

14,709.50 

$ 20,202.55 



HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM 

Hartford Accident & Indemnity 
N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization Service 



$ 36.18 

814.84 

$ 851.02 



STATE AUDIT 



State Tax Commission 



$ 443.67 



$ 443.67 

WATER WORKS & SEWER CONSTRUCTION 
Robert G. Bennett (Land) $ 12,500.00 

$ 12,500.00 



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SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION 

lafolla Construction Co. $ 231 .98 

Rila Precast Concrete 85.80 

Roger Harvey, Contractor 24.00 

George Hauschel 10.00 



$ 351.78 

LAND, BUILDINGS & NEW EQUIPMENT 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. $ 4,470.00 

R. C .Hazelton Co. 1,020.32 

Mobile Electronics 100.00 

Newmarket School District (Central School) 1.00 



$ 5,591.32 



TEMPORARY LOANS 



Rockingham National Bank $ 40,000.00 

Durham Trust Co. 200,000.00 



$240,000.00 



BONDS, NOTES, TERM NOTES AND CAPITAL RESERVE 

First National Bank of Boston $ 15,000.00 

Rockingham National Bank 160,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 3,500.00 

Tov^n of Newmarket - Trust Fund 3,000.00 



$181,500.00 



STATE & COUNTY 

State Treasurer $ 8,850.85 

W. H. Lothrop, Treasurer 19,461.54 

$ 28,312.39 



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PUBLIC WELFARE 

Rockingham County Home $ 5,654.03 

N. H. Hospital 233.61 

Portsmouth Hospital 237.70 



$ 6,125.34 



SCHOOL DISTRICT 

David Moore $202,984.96 

John Fitzgibbon 85,000.00 



$287,984.96 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Physical progress in the direction of the newly pur- 
chased Well site was practically non-existant during the past 
year due to budget restrictions; which included the item to 
purchase the land ($12,500.00). 

A critical safety hazard will be eliminated in the near 
future as a result of a combined effort on behalf of the Indus- 
trial Protection Water Corp. and the Water Board and their 
decision to cross connect the sprinkler system of the entire 
industrial complex of the community to the town water 
system. This improvement will permit the eventual razing 
of the water storage tank located off Main St., adjacent to 
the Polish Club parking lot. Removal of this tank will elimi- 
nate need for repairs to the tank and its supporting members; 
failures to which could result in serious damage and loss of 
life. 

The request of a building contractor for improved water 
service facilitated the extension of the six inch main on No. 
Main St. another 325 feet at practically no expense to the 
town. Our efforts in this area should be complete since we 
have reached the Durham town line. 

Two hydrants will be relocated to accommodate a new 
sidewalk on So. Main St.; either to the delight or dismay of 
our student population on their way to and from school. 

In order to establish a firm base for future planning, 
sensible direction and expenditure priorities the Commis- 
sioners have voted to engage an engineering firm to deter- 
mine the life expectancy of the Standpipe on Great Hill and 
establish the requirements, type and location of a new tank; 
giving consideration to our changing requirements, current 

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and future sources of water, value of current water source, 
required improvements to increase the capacity of our pres- 
ent plant and to evaluate the adequacy of our distribution 
system in respect to extensiveness, flows and size. 

We thank one and all, including the various municipal 
departments, for your cooperation during 1967 — 

Respectfully submitted. 

Board of Water Commissioners 



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WATER WORKS EXPENSES 

Public Service Co. $ 2,821.07 

New England Telephone 495.21 

N.H.-Vt. Hospitalization 356.52 

Intenral Revenue 1,400.90 

Newmarket Press 101.00 

New Hampshire Retirement System 605.14 

Nyanza Inc. 1,262.01 

Greenlands 10.10 

Flynn, Powell & AAcGuirk 103.50 

Richman Walker 3,252.73 

Daniel McDonald 3,124.79 

Warren Sawyer, Sr. 1,247.72 

Bo Chaines Inc. 181.33 

Thomas J. Connelly, Insurance 101.00 

State Treasurer 1,201.63 

Griffin Hardware Corp. 482.31 

Griffin Insurance Agency 233.64 

Eileen Szeliga 1,829.30 

H. R. Haines Co., Inc. 28.12 

Robinson-Rudd Oil Service 135.77 

U.S. Post Office 97.40 

Edwin Kimball 1,066.49 

Public Works Supply 581.04 

H. R. Prescott & Sons, Inc. 250.60 

E. & F. King & Co., Inc. 133.20 

Albert Gilbert 362.80 

Wilfred Beaulieu 359.50 

N.H. Div. of Welfare (OASI FUND) 1.52 

Petty Cash 67.73 

Agenor Bissonnette 64.23 

John F. Conway 110.00 

The Foxboro Co. 9.97 

Holmes Trans. Co. 44.88 

Taylor Chemicals ,lnc. 2.99 



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Robert G. Bennett 60.00 

Frederick Beale 266.61 

R. H. Filion 509.98 

Rockingham National Bank . . 2,262.63 

B.I.F. 136.85 

Great Bay Motor Co., Inc. 1,380.49 

Ralph Pill Electric 10.15 

Red Hed Mfg. Co. 204.63 

Dearborn's Motor Express 3.10 

Adam Maiek 291.30 

Warren Sawyer, Jr. 299.13 

Adam Semple 268.54 

DeLaval Turbine Inc. 384.40 

Tri-Sales, Inc. 335.26 

Pitney-Bowes Inc. 167.74 

Town of Newmarket 1 15.74 

Quinn Frt. Lines 41.00 

Mobile Electronics 281.00 

Vincent Bateman 72.50 

Badger Meter Mfg. Co. 810.03 

Lamprey Plumbing & Heating 107.19 

Shahmoon Industries, Inc. 712.80 

Filion Construction Inc. 144.00 

N. H .Water Works Assoc. 10.00 

John Carpenter 50.00 

Gcrnrd Mongeon ■ 

Chester Kruczek 60.00 

John Nesbitt 60.00 

Harry Bassett 50.00 

Wilbur Sharpies, Jr. 75.00 

$31,356.22 



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1967 TOWN CLERK ACCOUNT 

Total Auto Permit Receipts $22,104.07 

Total Dog Licenses Receipts 479.20 

Total Filing Fees Receipts 5.00 

Total Motor Vehicle Junk Dealers License Receipts 25.00 

Total Bowling Alley License Receipts 100.00 



Total Receipts $22,713.27 

Total Remitted to Town Treasurer $22,713.27 

Respectfully submitted, 

YVONNE B. ROUSSEAU 
Town Clerk 



1967 PARKING METER ACCOUNT 

Total Parking Meter Receipts $2,831.70 

Total Fine Receipts 824.50 



Total Receipts $3,656.20 

Total Remitted to Town Treasurer $3,656.20 

Respectfully submitted, 

YVONNE B. ROUSSEAU 
Town Clerk 



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TOWN OF NEWMARKET 

PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Statement of Receipts, Expenditures and Proof of Balance 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1967 



Balance — January 1, 1967 


$ 411.16 




Receipts During Year 






Town of Newmarket 


5,442.01 




Rent of Tower Room 


50.00 




Gift 


5.00 








$5,908.17 


Expenditures during Year 






Librarian 


$2,071.00 




Janitor 


497.09 




Social Security 


257.80 




Internal Revenue 


164.60 




Books, Periodicals, 






Library Supplies 


1 ,247.73 




Fuel 


629.34 




Electricity 


139.20 




Telephone 


177.05 




Insurance 


195.60 




Safe Deposit Box 


5.00 




Postage 


9.88 




Repairs, Supplies 


344.15 






$5,738.44 


Balance December 31, 1967 




$ 169.73 



Balance in Rockingham National Bank as 

per statement, December 31, 1967 $ 799.37 

Less Checks Outstanding: #2194 

#2195 
#2196 



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#2197 
#2198 
#2199 
#2200 
#2201 
#2202 



$ 629.64 
$ 169.73 



Respectfully submitted, 

VELMA SZACIK 
Secreta ry-Trea su rer 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT 



Book Circulation for 1967 




Adult Fiction 


4,489 


Adult Non-fiction 


1,139 


Juvenile Fiction 


1,601 


Juvenile Non-fiction 


690 


TOTAL 


7,919 


Fines collected for 1967 


$60.71 


Balance as of 1966 


18.19 



Paid for small items 
Balance for 1967 



$78.90 
58.79 



$20.11 
Respectfully submitted, 

MARY GORDON 
Librarian 

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7919 



REPORT OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Newmarket citizens may be justly proud of the fact that 
they successfully bucked the state and national trend and 
reduced their motor vehicle accidents by the enviable margin 
of 30% over the previous year. 

It goes without saying that good law enforcement is a 
contributing factor to such a result, but all the law enforce- 
ment in the world will not prevent accidents, unless the 
motorists themselves give their cooperation to their law 
enforcement agencies — state and local, this, the citizens of 
Newmarket have done. Our sincerest thanks. 

It has been an extremely busy year as far as your police 
department goes. Complaints, larcenies, breaking and enter- 
ing, assault with deadly weapons, and even murder has 
been handled by your department. 

We, of the department, have often wondered how 
would be the best way to get the citizens of this town to 
show more of an interest at what goes on as far as law 
enforcement is concerned. Far too many citizens have no 
contact at all with their department until they are the 
unhappy recipient of a warning or a summons to appear in 
court for an infraction of the law. This obviously does not 
form the best relationship to all concerned. 

We cannot go from door to door selling law enforce- 
ment, but we have an extremely important product to sell. 
More important at this time in our history than ever before. 
Not important to some person, unknown, or some strange 
group, but important to every single citizen of this town. 

Within the next 365 days, surely, some of you must be 
able to find a few minutes to drop by and get to know your 



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department and the men in it a little better. I am sure we 
both will benefit by it. 

We are here to serve you. Your department is only as 
good as the people who back it. 



Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL T. GAHAN 
Chief of Police 



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DAILY LOG ENTRIES 
MADE IN 1967 

Assistance rendered 66 

Messages delivered 52 

Assists at fires 11 

Escort or transport to hospital 19 

Aid to other departments 118 

Dog complaints (37 dog bites) 134 

La rcen y 18 

Stolen cars 3 

Recovered stolen cars 5 

Murders 1 

Missing persons 7 

Missing persons found 7 

Cat complaints 7 

Horse complaints 9 

Cow complaints 6 

Accidents 73 

Fatal accidents 2 

Complaints 526 

Telephone calls - approximately 3270 



Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL T. GAHAN, Chief 
Newmarket Police Department 



71 



FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT 
1967 Fire Report 

Building 2 

Chimney 2 

Brush 13 

Car 3 

Car accidents 5 

Miscellaneous 12 

Requests for assistance from other towns 6 

The year just past has been a rather uneventful one 
with no spectacular fires, we'll be able to keep things that 
v/ay with your cooperation. Have you some area of possible 
trouble that needs attention but that you've been putting ofF 
doing anything about? Waste paper and debris in the cellar 
or attic? Fuses sized too large? Oil burner defective? If you 
have any problems contact the fire department and let's work 
together to prevent trouble. A few minutes of your time now 
may prevent many hours of heartbreak later. 

Your department is steadily progressing to be more 
efficient. Many new items have been purchased to achieve 
this. Among them — a Water Vac; a vacuum cleaner type 
device to cut down on water damage. A mist vaporizer to 
eliminate the lingering smoke smell after a fire. Protective 
equipment for fire fighting personnel. Other fire fighting tools 
such as a fog nozzle, floodlights, etc. One dry hydrant was 
installed last year with other planned. 

Manpower during week day daylight hours is a prob- 
lem both in this town and other towns of its size. For this and 
other practical reasons we again request no outside burning 
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., a permit is necessary, call 
659-3286 or 659-3216 for permits. 

The trend is now toward electronic alarm systems. We 
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plan to purchase a few monitor sets annually and to even- 
tually have a supplementary system for alerting men. Due to 
our call man set-up an audible horn is a necessity, the radio 
set-up would be in addition to that. 

A change in the mutual aid set-up with surrounding 
towns has been made. Durham is now the dispatch head- 
quarters. This simplifies the organization and should make 
the practice of giving help when needed a more efficient one. 

The fire department capital reserve fund is growing, a 
new pumper engine will be necessary in the near future. The 
present pumper is now 26 years old and one of the other 
trucks even older than that. 

This is your fire department, feel free to visit the fire 
station, let us know your feelings on how it is operated — 
constructive criticism is welcomed. 



Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT S. KELLER, Chief 

HERBERT J. PHILBRICK, Deputy Chief 

RICHARD J. BUTLER, Deputy Chief 



73 



REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD 

Your Planning Board has used the last year meeting 
with representatives of your State Department of Resources 
and Economic Development and a number of Planning Con- 
sultants. In this way we have gained considerable knowl- 
edge of the functions of a comprehensive plan. 

The following questions and answers have been com- 
piled for a better understanding. 

What is a Comprehensive Plan? 

A comprehensive plan will tell us what should be done 
and how to do it. This plan will not be a hard and fast 
set of rules but a flexible tool to be used in shaping the 
future of Newmarket. 

Who is in Back of the Project? 

Your local Government (Town Officials) 
Your State Government 
Your Federal Government 
And we hope "YOU". 

Specifically What Will be Covered by the Plan? 

PHYSICAL CHANGES 

A comprehensive plan of our town will deal with such 
vital subjects as housing, streets, and landscape. Empha- 
sis especially on our Main Street and Business area. 

PUBLIC WORKS STUDY 

Water, sewage. Fire and Police Departments. 

ECONOMIC STUDY 

Government Structure, Economic Base, Resources and Fi- 
nancial considerations. 



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RECREATION 

Water front areas, Parks and Recreational Facilities 

When will the Project Get Started and How Long will it Take? 

We may not get started until 1969 as there is a long wait- 
ing period after application due to the shortage of State 
and Federal funds. The plan will take 18 months to com- 
plete. 

How will this Benefit the Taxpayers? 

Planned progress leads to fewer mistakes, as we plan, we 
progress and beautify our town at the same time. A plan 
will provide guide lines for efficient Government and 
services, this plan will help solve the problems and make 
the most of the opportunities. 

Does a Comprehensive Plan Mean Zoning? 

A plan does not set up zoning. It may recommend it but 
the ultimate choice is in the hands of the voters. 

How Much Will It Cost? 

We have had one estimate of Eighteen thousand dollars 
of which the towns share is one third or six thousand. We 
are asking in this years budget a sum of $3,000 dollars 
to implement this plan. 

Benefits and Costs 

Housing for the elderly, urban renewal, recreation areas 
and facilities Pollution control and water expansion 
projects. 

Some projects cost the town nothing. Other projects are 
1/3 Town 1/3 State and 1/3 Federal Government and 
others are on a 50-50 basis. 



IS 



Why Now — Why Not Walt? 

The state and federal government have set up these pro- 
grams on a contributing basis and v^e can benefit from 
them now while they are available. We also feel that 
Newmarket desperately needs this help now and that it 
will be the most significant project ever undertaken and 
will affect our progress for generations to come. 

GEORGE E. GRISWOLD 
Chairman of the Planning Board 



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REPORT OF VISITING NURSE 

On August 1, 1967 the Association began service to 
Durham, Lee and Madbury, later including Newmarket on a 
temporary basis. In the early spring of 1968 at the annual 
meeting of the Association by-laws will be adjusted to allow 
the Town of Newmarket to join as a participating member, 
with equal representation on the Board of Directors. 

The visiting nurse does not replace the doctor; she works 
with him and under his directions. She gives home nursing 
care to people of all ages, the new mother and baby, the 
convalescent returning home from the hospital, sick children 
and the Medicare patient. Payment of the visiting nurse is 
included in Medicare benefits. 



Health Promotion 
Disease Control 
Physical Therapy — 
Other 



TOTALS 164 71 15 13 

If any further information is desired you may either call 
or drop in to the Selectmen's Office. 









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VITAL STATISTICS 



BIRTHS 



Registered in the Town of Newmarket, N.H. 
For tlie year ending December 31, 1967 



Date of 
Birth 



Name of Child 



January 

1 Christian David Gladu 

17 Joseph Scott Pelletier 

23 Michelle Marie Tatro 

25 Pamela Jean Fields 

27 David Coulson Blair 

28 Lisa Fisk 

February 

1 Lisa Lynn Sewall 
7 Andrea Joan Bocker 
10 Louis Carl Johnson, Jr. 



March 
3 
4 
17 
21 
21 
24 
25 
30 
31 

April 
28 

May 

9 

9 

16 
17 
26 

June 
9 

17 



Claire Marie Baillargeon 
Jeffrey David MacDonald 
KeUy Lynn Pelletier 
Sherry Ann House 
Pamela Marie Femane 
Lisa Marie Kleczek 
Jerome Thomas Mitchell 
Tracey Lee Brooks 
Emma Anne Poisson 



Mark Jeffrey Pease 

Wanda Marlene Newman 
Todd Francis Newman 
Gregory John Merrill 
Susan Laporte 
Tracy Ann Behan 



Donna Jean Gagne 
James Henry Wandland 



Place of Birth 

Dover, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Dover,N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 
Kittery, Maine 

Exeter, N.H. 

Exeter, N.JL 
Kittery, Maine 

Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 
Portsmouth N.H. 



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20 Tammy Lynn Byron 

25 Luanne Kathleen Loranger 

26 Chad Michael Hill 



July 

6 

7 

18 

19 



Carlton George Wilkinson 
Andre Conrad Pelletier 
Baby Girl Fortier 
Philip Joseph Marquis, Jr. 



August 

18 Kim Isabel Zwiercan 
30 Kevin Brian Mailhot 
30 Stephen Matthew Hart 

September 

1 Judy Ann Hoyt 

1 Debbie Jane Gilbert 

8 Paula Rae Brousseau 

11 Ricky Gilbert Pinette 

17 James Daniel King 

24 Jeffrey Wyatt Brooks 

October 

24 Walter Albert Witham, Jr. 

27 John Michael Ryder 

28 Bruce Aaron Charest 

30 Tracy Lynn Dow 

November 

4 Shawn Barton Howcroft 

5 Eric Loughlin Burbank 

29 Shawn Gerard Gardner 

December 

3 Dean Jarosz 

3 Norman Gerard Baillargeon, Jr. 

4 Susan Marie Keller 

5 Lynn Anne Bosinger 
23 Jeffrey Vincent Criss 
27 John Matthew Dutka 

27 Greta Mae Hauschel 

28 Karen Lynn Gorski 

31 Christine Lillian Zwiercan 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Dover, N.H. 

Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Dover, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 

Newburyport, Mass. 

Kittery, Maine 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 



Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Dover, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Portsmouth, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Exeter, N.H. 
Dover, N.H. 



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MARRIAGES 

Registered in the Town of Newmarket, N.H. 
For the year ending December 31, 1967 



Date of Place of 
Marriage Marriage 

January 

20 Newmarket, N.H. 

February 

3 Hampton, N.H. 

8 Newmarket, N.H. 
11 Newmarket, N.H. 
18 Stratham, N.H. 

March 

4 Stratham, N.H. 

26 Dover, N.H. 

April 

1 Newmarket, N.H. 

8 Newmarket, N.H. 

22 Exeter, N.H. 

23 Stratham, N.H. 
29 Newmarket, N.H. 



Name and Surname of 
Groom and Bride 



Wilfred J. Blanchette 
Irene L. Blanchette 



Robert Earl Melansori 

Judith Rae St. Laurent 

Michael Gerard Bennett 

Karen Lee Wood 

James Willard Meredith 

Deborah Ann Chipman 

Joseph Alfred Benoit Powers 

Alma Mae Silver 



Henry Clinton George 

Doris Mildred George 

Albert Rudolph St. Laurent 

Georgia Eva Elhott 



Charles Robert Parent 

Elaine Mary Kleczek 

Richard Raymond Morin 

Irene Janet Renaud 

George Milton Wilkinson 

Doris M. L. Winn 

Kenneth Peter Willey 

Claire Louise Ross 

Robert Mongeon 

Marjorie Ruth Call 



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Date of 


Place of 


Marriage 


; Marriage 


May 




6 


Newmarket, N.H. 


13 


Newmarket, N.H. 


June 




17 


Laconia, N.H. 


24 


Newmarket, N.H, 


24 


Stratham, N.H. 



Name and Surname of 
Groom and Bride 



George Raymond Watson 

Marie Ann Perron 

Joseph George Biello 

Pamela Ann Marcoux 



John Christopher Mumey 

Anne Kidder 

Richard Gorski 

Donna Helen Bukowski 

Dennis Frank Abbott 

Evelyn Rosemarie Hamel 



July 



1 


Durham, N.H. 


1 


Stratham, N.H. 


1 


Rochester, N.H. 


4 


Newmarket, N.H. 


8 


Rye, N.H. 


15 


Newmarket, N.H. 


22 


Newmarket, N.H. 


29 


Durham, N.H. 


August 




5 


Newmarket, N.H. 



12 Exeter, N.H. 



Golin Leslie Glark 

Mary Rosalie Geoffrion 

Louis Joseph Bouchard 

Kathleen Mary Blanchette 

Leon D. Dennett 

Drusilla R. Adams 

Larry LeRoy Riley 

Dorothy May Bitomski 

Robert Maslin Spry 

Meri Diane Jule 

Richard Robert Beaudette 

Edith Alice Cashman 

Steven Allan Richmond 

Carol Anne Comeau 

Frank Webber Poland HI 

Jean Arthur Cissell 



Paul William Turner 

Maurine Norma Edgerly 

Obie Edwin Philpot, Jr. 

Dorothy Esther Buttny 



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Date of Place of 
Marriage Marriage 

13 Newmarket, N.H. 

19 Newmarket, N.H. 

22 Durham, N.H. 

26 Newmarket, N.H. 

September 

2 Newmarket, N.H. 

2 Newmarket, N.H. 

2 Newmarket, N.H. 

2 Kingston, N.H. 

2 Portsmouth, N.H. 

2 Newmarket, N.H. 

2 RoUinsford, N.H. 

9 Derry, N.H. 

15 Newmarket, N.H. 

September 

16 Newmarket, N.H. 

22 Newmarket, N.H. 
25 Durham, N.H. 

October 

1 Newmarket, N.H. 



Name and Surname of 
Groom and Bride 

James Philip Thibeault 

Nancy Howcroft 

Ernst Jan Ketel 

Elayne Jeannette Baillargeon 

Darryl Ray Hamson 

Barbara F. Teague 

Richard Norman Thomas 

Margaret Ryan Shorey 



Stanley A. Pepek 

Anna V. Wajda 

William James McCullough 

Leslie Gail Sargent 

Chester N. Jones, Jr. 

Cynthia Marylyn Sewall 

Michael Joseph McPhee 

Marjorie Arm Merrick 

Terry Wayn Zych 

Pamela Jean Bowles 

Robert Earl Jordan 

Linda Jane LaBranche 

Ronald Richard Wilson 

Lorraine Evelyn Bouchard 

Charles Joseph Plante 

Hilda Viola Eagan 

Ronald Mitchell Markis 

Sheila Lois Gordon 



Robert Corey Mello 

Judith Aileen Hoik 

Frederick B. LaFramboise 

Jeanette V. Morrissey 

Kenneth David Millovsky 

Ruth Estelle Whittemore 



Kurt George Schindler 
Ethel May Bradford 



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Date of Place of 
Marriage Marriage 

12 Newmarket, N.H. 

14 Newmarket, N.H. 

14 Raymond, N.H. 

28 Newmarket, N.H. 



Name and Surname of 
Groom and Bride 

David George Bergeron 

Andrea Lenore Giardiiri 

James Harold Lindley 

Mildred Agnes Wild 

George Herbert Smart 

Eleanor Louise Frye 

Gerald Walter Preston 

Carol Ann Byron 



November 

4 Newmarket, N.H. 

18 Newmarket, N.H. 



Richard Roger Blouin 

Lorraine May Davey 

Daniel Mitchell 

Gail Patricia Hackney 



December 

2 Newmarket, N.H. 

18 Newmarket, N.H. 

21 Newmarket, N.H. 

21 Newmarket, N.H. 

23 Durham, N.H. 

29 Newmarket, N.H. 



Thomas Joseph Byron 

Trudy Lee Payne 

Edward Charles Bernier 

Janice Eileen Call 

Glenn Richard Perkins 

Linda Soley Swalm 

Paul Roger Beaulieu 

Janice Ann Doe 

Bernard Grochmal, Jr. 

Susan Blake Martin 

Paul LeRoy Clark, Jr. 

Linda Irene Brownlow 



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DEATHS 

Registered in the Town of Newmarket, N.H. 
For the year ending December 31, 1967 



Date of 


Place of 


Name and Surname 


Death 


Death 


of Deceased 


January 






4 


Exeter, N.H. 


Helen Caswell 


19 


Newar.arket, N.H. 


Helena Maryanna Zwiercan 


20 


Brentwood, N.H. 


Lydia Grandmaison 


23 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Rena Young 


25 


Exeter, N.H. 


Catherine J. McEvoy 


February 




20 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Joseph Wilfred Bolduc 


20 


Lowell, Mass. 


Vera R. Reynolds 


March 






12 


Exeter, N.H. 


Ulderic LaFlamme 


28 


Rochester, N.H. 


Harold Brette Pinkham 



April 

3 

22 



Exeter, N.H. 
Newmarket, N.H. 



Hazel Patriquin 
Alfred Joseph Baillargeon 



May 



4 


Mason, N.H. 


Charles Dube 


7 


Exeter, N.H. 


Florida CMalley 


8 


Concord, N.H. 


Grover C. Kenniston 


12 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Alexander Hanford Terrill 


15 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Gladys Agnes Dennett 


15 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Lew Grover Sargent 


15 


Concord, N.H. 


Ruth Thompson 


23 


Newmarket, N.H. 


Luigi Zocchi 



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Date of 


Place of 


Death 


Death 


June 




3 


Lee, N.H. 


3 


Lee, N.H. 


16 


Exeter, N.H. 


July 




8 


Manchester, N.H. 


17 


Dover, N.H. 


20 


Exeter, N.H. 


21 


Newmarket, N.H. 


21 


Brentwood, N.H. 


August 




9 


Dover, N.H . 


September 


10 


Exeter, N.H. 


27 


Exeter, N.H. 


29 


Exeter, N.H, 


October 




2 


Newmarket, N.H, 


8 


Exeter, N.H. 


18 


Exeter, N.H. 


20 


Brentwood, N.H. 


21 


Exeter, N.H. 


25 


Portsmouth, N.H. 


November 


3 


Newmarket, N.H, 


16 


Newmarket, N.H. 


30 


Exeter, N.H. 


17 


Derry, N.H. 


December 


15 


Exeter, N.H. 


19 


Exeter, N.H. 


19 


Concord, N.H. 


31 


Dover, N.H. 



Name and Siuname 
of Deceased 



Mark Owen Hazeltine 

Wayne Charles Piecuch 

Lucie Alma Labrecque 



Josephine Marie Towle 

Baby Girl Fortier 

Victoria M. Perron 

Agnes Edith Martel 

John Gillis 



Elmer Joseph Bailey 



Marion Marie Broderick 

Katherine Wasilewicz 

John Jordan 



Bryan Martinus Newman 

Mary Alice Foster 

Leda Brisson 

James R. Thomas 

Clara Martel 

Daniel Mullen 



Herbert E. Laskey 

Helen Hunt Wiggin 

John Gammon 

Irving Harold Stevens 



Bartli Joseph LeBlanc 

Rose Hanscom Duncklee 

George F. Carmichael 

Helen Ruth Saunders 



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INTERNMENTS 

Names of persons brought from other Cities and Towns 
for Internment in Newmarket, N.H. 
For the year ending December 31, 1967 



Date of 


Place of 


Name and Surname 


Death 


Death 


of Deceased 


Febrnary 




10 


Pawtucket, R.I. 


Eva Cadbois 


March 






13 


Exeter, N.H. 


George McGregor 


18 


Dover, N.H. 


Thomas D. Reilly 


18 


North Syracuse, N.Y. 


Beatrice Lillian LaPointe Puchlopek 


22 


Brentwood, N.H. 


Spencer Irving 


26 


Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 


Thomas J. Filion 


26 


Boston, Mass. 


Amy Brousseau 


30 


Exeter, N.H. 


Marguerite Clifford 


May 






6 


Portsmouth, N.H. 


John J. Szabo 


July 






8 


St. Johnsbury, Vermont 


Onesime P. Leblanc 


16 


Dover, N.H. 


Harriet Randall 


27 


Medford, Mass. 


Nora H. Manning 


September 




27 


Sanford, Maine 


Victoria Dora Male 


October 






20 


Milford, Conn. 


William C. Boucher 



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