Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 9, 1951 · Page 10
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THE REGISTER NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JULY 1951 t- 0 i. D BOLCER — Dancer Kav Bolger playfully leaps < iSie head of his partner, Aliyn McLerie, in a Lonion cafe, 'i I;-.-;/ are in British capital to star in film, "Where's Charlie?" NEW LIFE AT 10 5— Mrs. Pauline Wilsdorf, 105, born in Poland, smokes at New York's International Airport after -;l plane ride. Said to be oldest DP to come to U. S., she will live ••• > farm near Buffalo, N. Y., with son, his wife and daughter. premium p <)[ popiilai only (lie beer price... -^'HYUEPAHK BREWEHIES ASSOCIATION, ST. LOUIS, MO. Reliable girl for position as Stenographer and Credit Manager. Must be able to type * and take shorthand. Pleasant working conditions, steady employment. APPLY TO MRS. COMPTON AT FURNISHING COMPANY INVESTIGATE GOV'T JOB SALES IN MISSISSIPPI Charge Racket by Pro-Truman Democrats in 1949 and 1950. By Associated Press ' JACKSON, Miss., Jul> 9. — A special U. S. grand jury convened here today to investigate a "vicious job-selling racket" a senate subcommittee says was conducted bv pro-Truman Democrats in 1949-50. Approximately 165 witnesses have been summoned to testify over a 10-day period. A senate subcommittee on expenditures, . after investigating" published charges, reported it found there had been "brazen, widespread and open" sales of post office jobs by officers of the Mississippi Democratic committee and others. The Mississippi Democratic committee was a rump pro-Truman committee formed when the regular state Democratic party bolted the Truman ranks in 194S to support the States Rights ticket. U. H. District Judge Allen Cox of Oxford presides over a special term of court for the investigation. Judge Sidney Mize excused himself. His brother, Frank Mize, of Forest, was chairman of the Mississippi Democratic Committee. The senate subcommittee reported it found that Curtis Rogers, secretary of the committee: Forrest Jackson, attorney; Frank Mize, and Curtis Beasley, former secretary of the committee, used political power "to extort contributions from persons seeking federal appointments in Mississippi." Say Hood Knew The subcommittee added that while evidence does not disclose that Clarence E. Hood, Jr., recognized by the National Democratic committee as Mississippi Committeeman, "handled any of the job selling transactions personally," the committee was of the opinion "Hood was aw r are of or should have had know-ledge of, the corrupt activities of his political associates and he cannot escape responsibility in the matter." It reported finding further evidence tending to show that Hood, Jackson and possibly others "sought to use the political power and prestige of the committee for their personal financial advantage by attempting to exert influence in government contracts, RFC loans and other governmental transactions." The pro-Truman group was giv- , en patronage privileges by the Democratic National Committee, the subcommittee reported. Big Meteor Seen By A»ic:iated Press DETROIT, July 9.—Flash of light like a rocket, trailing white smoke, swept Michigan and Ohio skies Saturday night. It is believed to have been a meteor. The flash was reported variously at Springfield, Cleveland, and Toledo in Ohio, and Flint, Pontiac, Lansing. Jackson and Detroit in Michgian. TANKERS AWEICH— Equipped with a waterproof "fording kit," this General Patton tank is able to ford rivers up to six feet deep. The kit consists of snorkel-likt intake and exhaust stacks and preshaped synthetic rubber shields, tape and sealing compounds to close opening in the tank. SPECIAL DELIVERY —Smoky, only Dalmatian mascot for firemen in Cincinnati, places an order with bakery shop worker Ann Rawe. When she fills it, Smoky will deliver it to his buddies at Fire Company 46. The dog also has a racket of his own. He picks up pieces of paper in the street and runs into the bakery with them. The stunt is always good for a cookie. POPULATED CANYON About 500 ruins of ancient Indian pueblos have been found on the rims of Arizona's Grand Canyon. Cliff dwellings made by the Indians are found along the lower walls of the canyon in many places. Taf t Writes Book On Foreign Policy By Anacla <«4 Prats WASHINGTON, July 9.—Senator Taft (R-Ohio) has tmr.r.ed writing a book on "Foreign Policy for Americans" which might become a reference work for friend and foe in the 1952 campaign. Unless developments change his mind, Taft probably will formally pitch his hat into the ring this fall for the 1952 Republican presidential nomination. His new book, due in December, will put the Ohioan down in black and write on almost every phase of foreign policy. It may become something of a best seller among Democratic critics as well as Republican friends. Some of his supporters are known to feel the Ohioan should stick to his Senate knitting and FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 5 C RIIMHI p leave the writing ofooks to others. However, Taft saysat anybody who wants to fiout how he stands on any foreigolicy issue can thumb througopies of his speeches and he's t saving them the trouble wyomplling his views between twovers. Those views have betinlform- ly critical of the Trumiadminis- tration's handling of irnationa! issues which he blami recently for creating "the disasus critis in which we now find rselfves." Taft's literally efforprobably will hit the bookstores ter Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of 'W York has fired off a series articles for Collier's magazin on his current trip to Korea nd Asia. Colliers officials said cy were helping finance the trij OAK or SUMAC STOP ITCIG with this excellent v treatment for ivy, o or sumac poisoning, s gentle and safe, quickiries up tht blisters—often within 24 hours. at druggists, 69c IVY-MIY CITY TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT FROM APRIL 19th, 1950 to APRIL 1th, 1951 NAME OF FUND— April 19, 19 5 0 Balances Receipts and Tranfers Deduct: Disbursements and Transfers Apf 10, 1 15 I Bakices Barber Building Cash Wkg. Fd City Hall Rent City Park Del". Adv. Costs Election Feeding Prisoners Fire Department Fire and Pol. Comm. ... Garbage Janitor Library Light N.E. City Park Parking Meters Police Fund Printing and Supplies Salary Sewer St. and Alley St. Oiling Suits Judg. and Costs . Working Cash Fund Zoning Bd. of Appeals Total General Fd. Airport Bd. and Int. .. Citv Funding Bd Citv Hall Bds Wkg. Cash Fd. Bd. Fd. Special Assessments .. Withholding Tax 111. Munc. Ret. Fd Dewey Visits Korean Front Ey Associated Hrev-, A FRONTLINE COMMAND POST, Korea, July 9.— Thomas K. Dewey toured the front lines in Korea today. Wearing Army khaki combat, boots and a green field cap. the Car Plunges Off Pike Peak Road New York Governor hoppec tween command posts and vanced positions on the west, tral and east-central fronts. bead- cen- | By Associated Press \ COLORADO SPRINGS, 'July 9. -A car : down a cliff on ! day, killing the seeing family i persons. | It was one of the few accidents I in modern times on the famed | peak highway. Charles Cullen, 71, I of Sartis. Ga.. was killed. Colo., plunged 300 feet Pike Peak yester- father of a sight- and injuring six Total Special Fd MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND .... POLICEMEN'S PENSION FD. FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND MT. VERNON AIRPORT FD. _ COMB. TREAS. FUNDS -. $ 222.50 $ 213.60 J 8.90 40.04 662.13 603.29 98.88 4,521.22 169,009.44 173,459.22 71.44 1 ,002.09 4,331.17 5,223.66 109.60 254.67 36,766.88 36,846.92 174.63 7.20 14.40 18.00 3.60 1,120.00 1,120.00 200.00 637.31 684.31 153.00 : 1,232.64 26,617.46 26,896.00 954.10 .10 100.00 50.00 50.10 16.S1 13,542.00 13,441.87 116.94 720.18 2,206.00 2,786.00 140.18 3,739.23 24,008.42 23,457.08 (,290.57 3,739.23 2,250.48 2.250.48 (,290.57 50.00 53.00 50.00 53.00 1,034.74 13,883.85 13,490.29 1,428.30 3,273.69 34,344.68 36,216.14 1,402.23 6.00 14.50 14.50 6.00 1,223.76 16.849.48 17,974.13. 99.11 8.40 9.291.50 9,294.32 5.58 122.84 37,770.42 37,801.31 91.95 24,717.48 24,717.48 1,659.25 152.979.70 154,638.95 80,000.00 80,000.00 100.00 100.00 $19,112.86 $651,492.80 $661,347.55 9,258 .11 SPECIAL FUND 1.890.63 5,471.87 5,900.00 1,462.50 862.24 11,653.05 12,437.50 77.79 1,945.31 4.863.88 5,280.00 1,529.19, 2,902.80 3.343.92 3,600.00 2,646.72 2,215.30 2,056.93 2.240.00 2 ,032.23 99.68 9,138.49 9,155.97 82.20 166.36 166.36 166.36 166.36 9,915.96 36,694.50 38,613.47 7,996.99 $ 1,669.00 $ 57,928.18 $ 40,617.92 $ 18,979.26 $ 3,767.05 $ 7,002.59 $ 7,464.49 $ 3,305.15 $ 784.52 $ 5,072.61 S 5,231.15 $ 625.98 i $ 661.22 $ 6,739.12 $ 4,607.77 $ 2 ,792.57 $35,910.61 $764,929.80 $757,882.35 $ 42,958.06 NOTE The foregoing is a condensed statement and a detailed report on file with the City Clerk and is open to the public. —MARIE WILLIFORD, City Treasurer. Annual Financial Statement of the Township Treasurer for Publication- RECEIPTS—Building Fund Balance July 1st, 1950 District Taxation Sale or Rent of School Property All Other Sources (Include Tuition Paid Privately) Anticipation Warrants Sold NET RECEIPTS RECEIPTS—Educational Fund Balance July 1st, 1950 Distribution of Trustees District Taxation Tuition of Transferred and Non-Hi Pupils Received Premium and Accrued Interest on School Bonds All Other Sources (Include Tuition Paid Privately and Transportation) Reimbursements By State Board for Vocational Education Anticipation Warrants Sold Received From Other Township Treasurers .. Total Receipts Anticipation Warrants Retired Paid Other Township Treasurers -Township 2, Range 3 East, in Jefferson County, Illinois, from July 1, 1950 to June 30, 1951. DISTRIBUTIVE FUND Receipts Balance July 1, 1950 $ 14.75 Income of township fund 50.83 From county superintendents 224,946.97 Twp. budget from dist. .. 3,524.52 Dist. 43 S 392.35 3S2.65 Dist. 75 S 338.52 370.12 Dist. 76 $ 382.63 287.21 5 Dist. 77 3.407.52 438.15 s Dist. 78 442.44 263 .20 Dist. 79 $ 11,077 .56 5,249.62 Dist. 80 $972,165.77 159,197.47 1,230.00 $ Dist. 81 219.05 235.03 Dist. 20 L $126,786.81 64,433.88 975.97 10.65' 17,437 .64 > 100 .00 1,261.22 14,200.00 14,200.00 $ 775.00 •S 708.64 $ 669 .84 $ 3,845.67 $ 705 .64 $ 16,337.83 $1,150,030 .88 $ 554 .08 $207,657.88 \ $ 236.33 2.075.71 1.391.39 S .'',34.84 3.093.66 1.443.44 $ 735.58 1,764.10 1.276.34 $ 2,878.92 5 ,647 .88 1 .947 .29 S 1,441.03 2 ,043 .29 1 ,169 .68 $ 432.48 19 ,869.15 5 ,832.95 $ 12,549.45 182,882.80 199,843 .64 $ 178.53 2,796.80 940.11 $ 12,040.57 4,773.58 219.833.30 49,300.21 23,109.24 52.00 NET RECEIPTS EXPENDITURES—Building Fund Salaries, Janitors and Engineers (Less Deductions) Insurance i nher Expenditures Repairs and Replacements Interest on Bonds Federal Salary Taxes (Deductions From Salaries) Total Operating Expense Bonds Retired New Grounds, Buildings and Alterations (Not Repairs' New Equipment (Not Replacement) Cash on Hand June 30, 1951 4,500.00 19,253 .40 80.00 11,896.32 138.800.00 TOTAL EX PEN D ITU RES—Educational Fund Boards, Business Offices and Compulsory Alt Services Legal and Accounting Services Administrators, Supervisors and Teachers Salaries (Less Deductions) Text Books Stationery, Supplies, etc ? Libraries Janitors and Engineers Salaries (Less Deductions) Fuel Water, Light and Power Janitors' Supplies, Freight, Express and Drayage Insurance Transportation of Pupils to and From School Health Night Schools Other Expenditures Repairs and Replacements Interest on Bonds Col. E 45B Pension Funds (Deductions From Salaries) .... New Equipment (Not Replacements) Cash on Hand June 30, 1951 TOTAL ' 4.259 .73- 4 .871.94 3,828.02 ""10,474.09 4,654.00 30,634.58 2,900.00 414,529.29 4,009.31 459,753.22 105,500.00 556.30 - 30,634.58 2,900.00 556.30 1 33,703 .43 54,871:94 $3,828.02 $ 10,474.09 S 4,654.00 $ 27,734.58 $414,529.29 $ 4,009.31 $354,703.22 $ 6.00 s $ $ s $ $ 2,207.75 10,211.04 $ $ $ 6.00 32.00 19.25 535.94 $ 2,207.75 10,211.04 11,452.39 57.11 278 .26 32.00 4 94 22.00 666.16 66.25 57.11 278 .26 .269 .62 330.89 891,25 179.71 2,777.50 1,995.00 2,426.54 39 ,435 .00 • 517.55 4,061.55 15,352.50 2,777.50 1,995.00 » 146.25 4,061.55 15,352.50 » 1,356.85 66,000 .00 484,199.74 2,000.00 1,356.85 66,000 .00 484,199.74 24,000.00 15.04 617.52 1,356.85 66,000 .00 484,199.74 150,497.30 15.04 66.56 435.18 617.52 24,236.02 519,145.53 150,497.30 433.63 439 .02 291.91 2,954.42 66.56 435.18 8,389.87 24,236.02 519,145.53 36.53 2,227.89 $ 775.00 •S 708.64 $ 669.84 $ 3,845.67 $ 705.64 * $ 16,337.83 $1,150,030.88 554.08 $207,657.88 8 1U0.H5 5.53 s 25.00 14 .21 $ 125.18 8.83 $ 120 .00 18.45 25 .00 9.80 $ 100.00 97.50 $ 5,314.79 2,490.00 $ 75.00 8.60 $ 9,783.61 1,702.00 2,402.00 82.95 327 .46 1,688.40 51.36 1,464.61 1,674 .00 173.68 21.14 . 3,976.90 229.81 380.17 68.83 1,557.30 748.81 88.09 17,083.15 499.61 1,681.26 281,914.66 3 ,446.26 1,795.19 66.40 1,096.67 194,610.76 1,101.47 26,267.87 218.73 5.00 18 .00 77.19 39.88 20.46 627.13 1,210.00 427.94 502.86 17,800.43 3,382.38 3 ,563.66 19,863.76 5,109.39 7,526.61 106 .04 172 .53 18 .00 77.19 39.88 70.15 47.75 234.90 25.00 68.00 19.50 1,210.00 427.94 502.86 17,800.43 3,382.38 3 ,563.66 65.56 18 .00 19,863.76 5,109.39 7,526.61 240 .00 7.57 339.20 86.00 210.00 1.84 83.00 52.27 904 .00 2,633.22 1,539.84 3 ,684,35 3.00 188.25 6,777.77 9 ,868.18 23,713.06 1,763.13 345.53 30.00 2,252.76 6,777.77 9 ,868.18 23,713.06 1,763.13 345.53 30.00 2,252.76 6,777.77 9 ,868.18 23,713.06 1,763.13 345.53 5.08 10,007.60 8,258.69 185.17 6,644.01 15,769.73 1,064.02 11 .00 62.50 188.97 1,341.16 25.00 892.93 10,007.60 8,258.69 359,37 6,644.01 15,769.73 1,064.02 29 .00 18,394.24 6,644.01 15,769.73 1,064.02 29 .00 18,394.24 4,223.50 10,549.87 7,800.22 158 .00 312.40 64.01 17,896,36 31,950.05 4,223.50 10,549.87 7,800.22 648 .37 1,084.02 1,411.86 2,894.26 1,963.65 4,254.06 17,896,36 31,950.05 148.10 4,223.50 10,549.87 7,800.22 $4,259 .73 $4,871.94 $3,828.02 $ 10,474.09 $ 4,654,00 $ 27,734.58 $414,529.29 $ 4,009.31 $354,703 .22 TOTAL $228,537.07 I Expenditures Incidental expense of trustees $ 42.66 For publishing annual statement 45.36 Compensation of treasurer 3,000.00 Distributed to districts .. 224,946.97 Treas. bond 475.00 Balance June 30, 1951 .... 27.08 ft TOTAL $228,537.07 TOWNSHIP FUND Receipts Cash on hand July 1, 1950 $ 11.07 Real estate notes on hand July 1, 1950 2,900.00 TOTAL $ 2,911.07 Expenditures Real estate notes on hand June 30, 1951 2,911.07 TOTAL $ 2,911.07 E. A. GREEN, Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to befort me this 3rd day of July, 1951. SIDNEY S. HIRONS, (SEAL) Notary Public.

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