Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 30, 1952 · Page 10
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10 VISHINSKY IN CALLS FOR TRUCE ON RED TERMS Propose International Com million on Korea, But Wontt All Prisoners. STRATTON IS CONFIDENT OF GOVERNORSHIP Pledges No Rise in Taxes Says "Just Call Me Bill." and By Associated Press . UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.—Ilus. sia's Andrei Y. Vishinsky asked the United Nations Assembly Wednesday night to form an international "commission to seek peace in Korea and unification of that war- torn country. American sources at the U. N. generally viewed the proposal as the same old Soviet stuff. On the commission proposed by Vishinsky would be "the parties directly concerned and other states includlnc states not participating in the war in Korea.'' Vishinsky \s resolution would open the door for the Soviet Union to become directly involved. Tlic new Soviet proposal came at the end of a fiery speech which Vishinsky, for three hours and 39 minutes, lashed back at the American stand outlined last Friday by U. S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Selwyn Lloyd of Great Britain was scheduled as the first Western big power spokesman scheduled to •eply to Vishinsky in the Assembly's Political Committee today. But Acheson commented to re porters that the Soviet foreign minister said "nothing we have not. heard a thousand times be fore." Vishinsky scorned the resolution Acheson introduced asking the General Assembly to approve the U. N. Command's stand against forcibly repatriating prisoners of war and to urge Communist acceptance of a truce on thosj terms. He endorsed as the "only way to achieve peace In Korea" a Polish omnibus resolution which Includes a call for Immediate cesssa- tfon of hostilities, repatriation of 'all prisoners whether they want to go home or not and withdrawal of • mil foreign troops. Vishinsky argued that international law—as Interpreted by British, French and Russian legal experts—called for the Immediate repatriation of all prisoners of war without any conditions for allowing those who wanted to stay in the country of their captivity, prisoner Issue- Only Hurdle 4 He agreed wjth the West on one j»lnt: that the prisoner issue was "the only hurdle toward cessation ef the Korean War." But he said the Americans are holding out because they want to recruit forcibly North Korean and Chinese Communist prisoners Into the armies of South Korea President Syngman Rhee and of Nationalist China's Chiang Kai-Shek "for •future agresslve plans." .... Vishinsky read lengHty reports of the riots on Koje Island and In ;other prisoner of war camps In ; South Korea, charging the Amerl cans with "atrocities and brutall- almed mt IntimtiUtlm *th# SPRINGFIELD, III. Republican William G. Stratton wound up his downstate campaign Wednesday night by telling « throng of 1,000 Springfield area Republicans that he is confident, now of being your next governor." Stratton said that he expected to bp "the first governor in a gen- oration who has had experience In state government." and the first in two generations with legislative experience. 'The |>eople understand the issues today and they know that the Democrats have been unable to j/lvc us a solution to those issues —to peace, to corruption, to high taxes and to Inflation." he said. 'They had no answer." he said, "but instead things have gotten worse." The Republican nominee promised "on the basis of my experience, that therp will be no rise in taxes, that state employes will get fair treatment, and that the governor's job will be conducted by the governor and not by some political or ganizatlon in Chlcugo." Ifc said "you won't have to call me governor, just call me Bill." Grunewald Enters Plea of Innocent VERNON, ILLINOIS Captives 'Into saying they ^ioVt '•want to go home. DIRT FOR SALE H00 per Load Contact HOLDREN CONSTRUCTION CO. PHONE m By AwocUUrf Press WASHINGTON. — Henry W, (The Dutchman) Grunewald today pleaded innocent to a 22-count charge of contempt of Congress arising from his refusal to answer questions put to him by a House committee Investigating tax frauds. Grunewald was arraigned in U, District Court before Judge Bolltha J. Laws who set his trial to begin Jan, 19 and released him under $2,500 bond. The proceedings over, Grunewald left in the company of Ills daughter, Erna, who was In the court room. He stopped to Joke with news photographers and seemed in an easy frame of mind. Grunewald was indicted by a federal grand jury laBt week. Each of the 22 counts was based on his refusal to answer some questions fro mine House ways and means subcommittee investigating tax frauds. The group had Grunewald before it last January. Grunewald, who long has had a reputation as a behind-the-scenes wire-puller in Washington, told the investigators he was born in 1892 but. wouldn't tell them much of anything else. FOR SALE Your DRI-GAS Dealer Riggi Maytag Salts Co. «*one U» Mt Vernon. HJ. T. B. RUSSELL AIJCTIONKEB iltZ 191 lt0 "••••••on B»t- unenoM tjuuvnteed. All MUM Registered Hereford Bull CalVM —Sired by W. II. R. Royal Duke 7»tfi. Dam sired by W. II. II. Guardian 45th. Also a few heifer*, are about 8 month*. WALTER GARRISON 8 Miles North and 3 Allies IV. of Keenes SHE GOT A COOD STEER -Faye Mugge, 15-year-old, 4-H Club girl from Claghorn, la., stands proudly behind "Shanty," her entry In the American Royal Livestock Show at Kansas City, Mo. The 1025-pound Angus was declared Junior Champion Steer of the show. Mrs. Buster Xing' and daughter Shirley and Larry Elliot of Pal maxa, Mo., attended the homecoming at Murray, Ky., last Saturday, Oct. 18. Mrs. Cora EUiston and daughter Neva of Waltonville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathus. Mrs. Harry Blanchard of Mounds, visited her sister Mrs. W. C. Monoghan Sunday. Mrs. Frank Wismewski of Fairfield, visited her father J. H. Thomas last Wednesday. A social hour, after prayer meeting last Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the E, U.JB. Church, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hughes in honor of Mrs. Ida Darmstotter, who left Monday to enter the evangelical home for the aged at New Athens, II. The church presented her with one of the new revised Bibles, as a farewell gift. Kenneth Baker of U. S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, Is now at home on leave, before going overseas. George Fry who has been ill for some time is somewhat improved. Mrs. Herman Peak entertained number of guests last Friday at a dinner In honor of Mrs. Ida Darmstotter. The afternoon was spent in visiting and taking pictures. Those present were Mrs. Barney Hughes, Mrs. Louisa Of- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1952 Mrs. Harold Stover of Markham City school, attended the Fall conference at Carmi Oct. 22. • Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Huffman of Fairfield spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. Paul Lewis Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis left Monday for induction in the U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs* Wm. Kaelln entertained a number of guests Sunday evening in honor of their son's Billy 's birthday. SUN DODGE R wMaj. John Hockery of Kansas City, Mo., uses Japanese umbrella as he sits in cockpit of his Sabre jet somewhere in Korea. Jet pilots spend many hours in hot sun sifting "cockpit alert" awaiting orders to "scramble." fenstein, Mrs. Laura Wood, Mrs. Martha Huff, Mrs. Mary F.^Kirkpatrick and the honoree,- Mrs. Dormstotter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaelin and sons Dick and Bill attended a dinner in Centralis recently in honor of their nephew, Tommy uraege, who is "leaving soon for the Army. Mrs. Opal Wood, Mrs. Gage Vaughn, Mrs. Harry Koonce and 1 OLEN EATER Heating • Sheet Metal Shop S08 8. 171* Phone 849 Res. 1914 Oaaey — Guttering — Coal - Oil — Gaa Heating STAG & GRIESEDIECK ifl* Quortt fU Don't forget your Famous First on Stag quarts. HOME BEVERAGE Phone 3097 1218 Casey WE DELIVER Annual Financial Statement of the Township Treaturar for Publication—Township 4, Range 1, in Jefferson County, Illinois, from July 1 1951 to June 30 1952 Receipt*—Building Fund Balance July 1st, 1951—received from District Taxation Sale or Rent of School Property All Other Sources (Include tuition paid privately) Received From Other Townshio Treasurers Total Receipts ^ NET Dint. CC1 $ 1,594.41 969.16 1,162.25 "'5 ,'i '59.'68 8,885.50 Dlst. 28 $ 286.26 Dlst. 27 $ 19554 276.03 182"97 Dlst. 29 $ 586.76 Dlst. SO S 618.51 Dlst. 137 Dlst. 176 $ 24.28 $ $. Dlst. 7 Dlst. 63 90.53 214.06 $-. $ 286.26 $ 654.54 $ 586.76 $ 618.51 $ 114.81 $ 58.67 444.46 $ $.. RECEIPTS $ 8,885.50 $ $ 654.54 $ $.. $•114.81 $ 444.46 $....i $.. Receipt*—Kdircatlnnnl Fund n, ll !"£ e /f Uly H 951 . * 23269 $2,533.03 $419.14 Distribution of Trustees 11 321 68 257 22 District Taxation 5 50818 100100 Tuition of Transferred and Non-Hi Pupils Received '404 00 All Other Sources (Including Tuition Paid Privately " and Transportation) 1 98818 Received From Other Township Treasurers 11442 46 $2,682.84 $1,074.88 2°ft , ,*& ee, l!!" • u, ' ™ $30,897.19 Paid Other Township Treasurers 373.16 1,702.71 452.58 1,155.34 474.55 1,070.35 268.28 159.39 $2,533.03 $1,680.36 $2,682.84 $1,074.88 $2,528.45 $2,968.52 $ NET RECEIPTS $30,897.19 s $1,680.36 159.39 159.39 759.79 759.79 759.79 DISTRIBUTIVE FUND RECEIPTS Balance July 1, 1951 $ 47.83 Income of township fund 41.41 From county superintendents — 13,756.16 Apportioned but withheld from districts — 50.00 $ $2,528.45 $2,968.52 $.. TOTAL ; $13,895.40 EXPENDITURES Incidental expense of trustees $ 5.00 For publishing annual statement „ li„ 41.16 Compensation of treasurer _ 50.00 Distributed to districts I . 13,756.16 Apportioned but withheld from districts .„_. 32.73 K.vpendlliirea— Building Fund General Control Salaries, Janitors and Engineers (less deductions) Insurance Repairs and Replacements "..!!!.'!!!'.!'.!.'."!!"""! Now Equipment- (Not Replacement) Cash on hand June 30, 1952 15.13 375.00 12.80 617.72 4,168.22 3,696.62 190.63 60.31 $ 18.00 $ $.. 7.20 329.74 $ 463.91 $ $ $ 54.49 '$ 89.52 $ $.. T0TAL $13,895.40 TOWNSHIP FUND DAINTY MAID PASTRY WEEK END SPECIAL APPLE SAUCE CAKE — Also — Danish Pastry Hard Rolls Cheese Cake Phone 728 — 1011 Brondwny Open Saturdays Till 8 P. M. K\'|i<-m!Ilurc*—Educational Fund Boards, Business Offices and Compulsory Att. Services Legal and Accounting Services Administrators, Supervisors and Teachers Salaries (Less Deductions) Text Books , Stationery, Supplies, etc 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 Other Expenditures Repairs and Replacements * Total Operating Expense New Equipment (Not Replacements) 141.70 $ $ 20.00 25.00 $ $.. 10.00 8,684.90 1,259.20 330.27 296.40 3,990.00 411.97 234.77 94.90 ''4,145.93 1,481.33 76.78 17,908.75 9,276.54 24.02 59.86 18.00 "33760 $ 36.70 10.00 1,400.00 51.72 34.49 43.73 29.50 . 36.10 $ $. 10.00 RECEIPTS Cash on hand July 1, 1951 Real estate notes on hand July 1951 2,070.73 100.00 1,597.91 178.60 TOTAL $ 2,170;75 EXPENDITURES Real estate notes on hand June 30, 1952 Bonds on hand June 30, 1952 _... ..$ 2,070.75 100.00 TOTAL 42,170.75 NELOIS FOREMAN, Treasurer 45.97 1,475.65 105.00 1,711.14 178.27 2,000.88 Cash on Hand June 30, 1952 y 3 ,711.70 $ ;„. $ 204 .71 $.. £ Subscribed and sworn to before me ber, 1952. SIDNEY (SEAL) this. 6 day of Octo* S.HIRONS, Notary Public $ 817.31 $ 939.50 $ Annual Financial Statement of the Township Treasurer for Publication-Township 2S, Range 4E, in Jefferson County, Illinois from July 1, 1951, to June 30,1952 \ DE?E°N D DA E BLEUSED CARS PRICED FOR ACTION Our Used Cor Special I Hit) Dodge Coronet 4 Door Sedun Low mileage, fully equipped — looks and runs like new. Exceptionally nice. $2045.00 ALSO 1951 Pontine Chieftain "8" Deluxe Sedan. Fully equipped, low mileage—like new. 1950 Dodge Coronet 6 Past. Club Coup* SI645.00 Fully equipped, one owner, low mileage, automatic transmission—none nicer anywhere. 1950 Dodge Meodowbrook 4 Dr. Sedon $1495.00 One owner, well equipped, a beautiful car. 1949 Dodge Coronet Club Coup* $1345.00 Well eqviipped, one owner, A-l condition. 1948 Dodge Custom 4 Dr. Sedan $1095.00 Fully equipped—absolutely perfect. TRUCKS 1950 Dodge Vi Ton Pickup None nicer anywhere. 1945 Chevrolet Vi Ton Pickup... Above average condition. $945.00 $475.00 Receipt*—Building Fund Balance July 1st, 1951—Received From: District Taxation Sale or Rent of School Property Sale of School Bonds Premium and Accrued Interest on School Bonds Received From Other Township Treasurers TOTAL RECEIPTS Le«s Deductions— Tuition of Transferred arid Non-Hi Pupils Paid Paid Other Township Treasurers Total Deductions Dist, 108 2039 234.96 Dist. 100 $ 747.11 829.80 Dlst. 110 $ 402.75 107.20 69.08 Diet. Ill $ 362.36 125.62 Dlst. 113 $ 483.02 328.55 121.49 166.14 Dist. 114 *$ 338.27 3,396.93 220.28 600.76 Dlst. 115 Dist. 180 Dist. 304 $ 871.51 $ 277.91 $1,837.09 242.10 9,183.12 All Other Districts $1,590.37 50,000.00 209.72 986.44 9.87 $ 255.35 $1 ,576.91 S 579.03 $ 609.47 $ 977.71 $3,879.70 $1,113.61 $ 277.91 $62,216.37 $1 ,600 .24 *$ 214.54 1,336.11 1,089.45 NET RECEIPTS $ 255.35 Receipts—Educational Fund Balance July 1st, 1951 Distribution of Trustees District Taxation Tuition of Transferred and Non-Hi Pupils Received ...„ All Other Sources (Including Tuition Paid Privately and Transportation) Reimbursements by State Board for Vocational Education Anticipation Warrants Sold » _ Received From Other Township Treasurers TOTAL RECEIPTS $2,211.02 Less Deductions— I'uition of Transferred and Non-Hi Pupils Paid Anticipation Warrants Retired ,. Paid Other Township Treasurers Total Deductions - — 245.05 $1,318.69 $1,563.74 $1 ,576.91 $ 579.03 $ 609.47 $ 977.71 $3,879.70 $1,113.61 $ 277.91 $62,216.37 $ 36.50 $ 322.19 4,498.46 1,355.50 $1,246.18 2,824.92 886 .21 $1,201.53 2,215.71 929.92 170.00 $ 663.01 2,810.62 1,300.00 55.07 $1,848.30 7,961.15 9,330.02 $2,677.65 312.85 2,581.54 $ 996.98 *$14,928.15 $1,548.49 238.36 1,814.88 5,072.00 28,697.36 8,100.00 477.99 • DISTRIBUTIVE FUND RECEIPTS— ' ' Balance July 1, 1951 $ 327.05 From county superintendents ..~ 27,270.11 From other sources 580.00 53.75 94.55 259.49 lflsiJi 75.00 14,521.46 '245.05 1,682.89 8,000.00 4,557.93 $6,176 .15 $5,011.06 $4,611.71 $5 ,088.19 $20,177.41 $5,572.04 $3,125.22 $55,703.49 $2 ,271 .43 v. „.w„ 6C t -unuiuon. ^ 1944 1 V 2 Ton Chevrolet Cob and Chassis $275 00 ^ Average condition. **'a.UU ^ i I W« Sell Used Cars for What They Are Worth W* Pay Top Prices for Trad*-lns. DeWitt - Maxey Motor Co SIS So, 10th St. Inc. Phone 71S NET RECEIPTS $2,211.02 1,220.00 ii^aoo" 3,000.00 '3,000.00 170.00 "r ,482"80 1,652.80 Expenditures—Ilulldlng Fund— Genera) Control Insurance Repairs and Replacements Interest on Bonds Total Operating Expense Bonds Retired New Grounds, Buildings and Alterations pairs) •' New Equipment (Not Replacement) Cash on Hand June 30, 1952 $6,176 .15 $5,011.06 S4.611.71 $5 ,088.19 $18,957.41 $5,572.04 $3,125.22 $52,703.49 $ 618.73 $ $ 17.99 $.. 36.15 36.15 (not re- 219.20 242.29 183.78 444.06 500.00 256.76 658.74 •282.65 216 .08 "216 .08 7.65 7.65 362.95 601.82 200.00 "'266.06 555.00 222 .71 TOTAL 308.96 895.00 1 ,203:96 1 ,500.00 1,175.74 $ $ 728 "l6 $ 35.00 728.10 35.00 369.50 2,871.88 3,241.38 4,500.00 243.31 385.51 242.91. 54,231.68 36.50 {expenditures—Educational Fund Boards, Business Offices and Compulsory Att. Services Legal and Accounting Service 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 „ Other Expenditures — Repairs and Replacements — Interest on Anticipation Warrants ... . .~ $ 255.35 $1,576 .91 $ 579 .03 $ 609 .47 $ 977.71 $3,879.70 $1,113.61 $ ,277.91 $62^61? V ~XSO TOTAL $28,177.23 EXPENDITURES— Incidental expense of trustees 58.78 For publishing annual statement ~ 115.57 Compensation of treasurer 600.00 Distributed to districts 27,270.18 Error-ritem 101 last year 14.00 Amount paid for Treasurer's ^ bond 125.00 Balance June 30, 1952 OD. 6.30 TOTAL $28,177.23 TOWNSHIP FUND RECEIPTS'---Cash on hand July 1, 1951 $ 1 .74L74 Real estate notes on hand July 1, 1951 200.00 TOTAL $ 1,941.74 Total Operating Expense _ $2,2 $ 90.10 $ 128.35 $ 102.10 1 .772.29 4,093.00 2,397.50 102.04 18.90 289.95 ~ 112.39 90.21 i '5 .60 54.30 53.60 i '5 .60 456.05 54.00 121 .95 143.43 65.95 18.69 39.25 29.19 18.69 74.67 15.00 4.00 10.00 5 "66 ....... , ""."165 .79 9 "66 n5"76 " $ 73.70 $ ,100.90 $ 284.44 $ 136.90 5! 95.00 $ 1,878-64 111.18 23"60 10.00 94.00 21.66 """iioo 3,666.23 59.92 127.85 62.30 36.00 31.75 54.20 51.08 12.00 110.88 1,068.09 10,209.94 152.27 1,101.59 97.50 1,599.65 627.17 51.69 105.00 "736"67 2,164.24 S4.69 29.75 185.00 106.65 63.30 8.80 New Equipment (Not Replacements) Cash on Hand June 30, 1952 TOTAL (•)•—denotes O, b. **" 229.86 $5 ,134.34 S3.223.2S $2,336.66 $5,270.32 $14 ,965 .92 $2,779 .33 1,604.85 65.70 10.00 I2.06 3.00 1.755.44 300;00 $ 24,119.03 1,115.63 668.47 63.04 2,934.18 972.69 481.83 409.65 •990.07 ll,482.0'l 61.22 9,722.06 2,643.84 4.17 EXPENDITURES— Cash on hahd June 30, 1952 Real estate* notes on hand June 30, 1952 ... TOTAL 280.00 1.741.74 200.00 1.941.T4 BEN WOODWORTH,' TreajBrer o^ b i cribe * d ~ and J iWorn to before me this 25th day of October, 1952. , fair AT v s 'dney S. Mronsl (i5EAL) Notary Public •18.84 34.00 1,007.81 77.83 1,709.97 $1,790.55 $57,723.33 $ 280.00 77.14 2,197.91 25.00 •207.13 $2,211.02 $6,176 .15 $5,011 .06 $4,611.71- $5 ,088 .19 $18,957.41 3,991.49 "2,792.71 'i,334.67 915.45 •5,935.29 338.73 $5,572.04 $3,125.22 $52,703.49 $ 618.73

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