Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 16, 1966 · Page 18
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THE REGISTER-NEWS ~ MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER T6, 796^ ANNTTAL flXANOIAI. STATEMENT FOR PCBUOATIOX For the fiscal year ended June 30, 1966 Mt Vemon Community College District No. 201 Counjy of Jefferson, In compliance with Section 10-17 School Code of Illinois GENERAL 250.4 Size of district in square miles; 1 No. of attendance centers; 25 No. of full -time certified «nployees; 59 No. of part- time certified employees; 8 No. of full-time non-certified employees; 38 No. of part-time non-certified employees; 558.03 average daily attendance; 601 average daily eniDilment; number of pupils enrolled per grade: 13—480; 14—140; Total 620. Tax rate by funds: Junior college education .175c; Junior college building .075c; Total ,25c. $58,833,820.00 105,430.00 97,893.00 „ None None None None 10,750.02 Total district assessed value Assessed value per pupil in A.D.A Assessed value per pupil in A.D.E ™ Total bonded debt as of June 30, 1966 . Percent of bonding obligated currently Value of land Value of buildings I.B.M. Corp., supplies ~.. Jack Engler Orctiestra, service Jackson-Martin, supplies _„ Jean Lee Originals, supplies Howard Jones, service John Kirk, scnice Mary Ksycki. service I. F. Large, service Clint W. Lee Co., supplies _.. Library of Congress, supplies McArthur & Sons, supplies McDonald Machinery Co., supplies and capital McGraw-Hill Book Co., supplies „ McGregor Magazine Agency, supplies — - MacmlUan Co.. supplies Value of equipment, appraised Without De |;ree June Thompson Bachelor** Degrm William Younghusband Richard Perrachlona Masters Degree "Thomas AUemang Max Brandon Mary Ksycki John Traver Eugene Estes Imogene Book Arthur Samford Ira Large I 'HD Degree Howard Rawlinson G. R. Isaacs Ann Stephens . Ronald Wilson Tal Smith Alma Biagi TEACHERS 0*5 Yean. Bxper •-6..yeftni CKper. e -10 TeM tlacpte. 0-5 Tear* Exper. Wayne Arnold Judson DeWitt Barbara Luehsinger 61A Years Exper. 11 Years A over Glenn Dare Betty Ward Edward KhowacW 11 Yean and over •,10O IS.OM |«,600 $S,200 to 97.66S Dorothy Barrett Felix Dy Reyes Jr. Gela Riley $6,900 to $8,900 Wm. Myers James Yates $12,000 Part-time Teachers 250.00 Charles Stalling* _ 763.90 B. J. Wilson Noble Thomas Howard Jones Callie Biu^ck Edward Freeman . Fred Hayes _ Claire Adams Gene AUsups J. O. Clemins W. H. Cullins Vemon French Dorothy Gutzler Lee Lawrence ... Frank Page Cora Sumner Donald RideoUt William Roy — Marjorie Smith Harry Warner Herbert Whitley . Madge WilHaWi Barbara Lesko . Robert Coats Carrie Lee Randall Alex Walters Adrian Kamm ....$1,555.45 _. 2,161.04 166.66 Rebecca Pettit ™ 900.00 1,097.20 W. H. Beckmeyer . 1,900.00 — 2,690.52 Margaret A Cummings 2,592.60 — 100.00 Charles Wagn*r 2,110.28 _. 1 ,400.00 Eltis Henson 5,833.32 — 6,399.60 Darlene Franscavitch _ 702.40 ™ 1 ,176.66 Eleanor Hall 2,693.96 _ 60.50 Harry Olin 6,650.40 ^. 923.39 Herman Ahlfield 720.00 1 ,720.00 Bennie Barton 432.00 1,765.13 Amelia aodfelder 1,615.02 1 ,576.75 Judy Freeman 906.00 ^ 1 ,236.00 Vera Goss 1,794.89 „ 1 ,540.00 Orillan Lee 1,080.00 5d4.00 Andy Muizarelll 288.00 648.00 Isabella Rightnower ... 1,224.00 — 80.00 John Stephens 561.00 1 ,976.25 Gertrude Roy 2,018.75 ... 598.00 ._ 225.00 ._ 1,296.00 „ 943.50 _ 10.00 ._ 432.00 ... 240.00 2,070.00 Mason Typewriter Exchange, service and su{H>Iies Matthews Book Co., supplies Metropolitan Insurance Co., service Missourian Office Supply Co., supplies Moore Business Foi-ms, Inc., supplies Mai-y Jane Moss, service -.. — Mt. Vemon Register-News, service and suppllM — Mt Vemon Waste Materials Co., supplies National Teaching Aids, Inc., supplies National Recreation Ass'n,, supplies National Supply Co., supplies New York Times, service and suppllea NuBowl Lanes, service A. J. Nystrom & Co., supplies O'Brien Office Supply, supplies Om Iron Co., supplies Oxford University Press, suppUes Mrs. L. L. Phemister, service Thomas Puckett, supplies and capital Randon House, Inc., suppllM ntlJlUUil jaUUDC, -lllU., o\*yyi*9m «.....». Howard Rawlinson, service — Rend Lake Junior College Committee, •etvice Royal Typewriter Co., capital Royal Wholesale, Inc., Supplies Ruckert Co., supplies School Music Service, supplies Science Club, service S C. M Corp., supplies and service ... Charles Scribner's & Sons, supplies Shattinger Music Co., supplies Singer Co., supplies and capital Sllgo, Inc., supplies and capital OllgWt AIXV..} OMft'"*"^ w—jt : Society for Visual Education, supplies _ South-Western Publishing Co., supplies Stanley Bowmar Co., supplies Stechert-Hafner, Inc., supplies Steck-Vaughn Co., supplies Student Education Ass'n., service _ ..Taylor Publishing Co., supplies and capital Teachers Retirement System, service - June Thompson, service University of Chicago Press, supplies University Of Oklahoma Press, supplies Veath Sports Mart, supplies Vocational Tech. Institute, service and supplies Ward Insurance Agency, service Betty Aim Ward, service John Wiley & Sons, Inc., supplies H. W. Wilson Co., supplies _ 648.00 Dorothy Shuffett ... 432.00 Gladys Ward 374.76 Opal Webb 54.00 John WUlIams „ 1,815.64 Vlrgihla Gdfford » 1,850.00 John Buffat 522.00 Warner Gi*enlee . 372.00 Sandra VahCleve . 864.00 Edwin Gieselman 1,296.00 1,360.08 All other salaried personnel pArt-tinle or fufl-time Diane Andrew* 4 340.15 Helen Baker 283.51 Rose Bland Alice Jones Scott Urban Cheryl Bond — Sharon Johnsm Jacquelene Ross Eleanor Archer Betty Shields Edith Gates — Ray Yates Deonna Melton «_ Carolyn Patterion Irvin Quance —-. Jerry Rice Brenda Skidmor» Linda Albright Sarah Capps Charles Fuller _„ Jane Hart * Alice Jones . 52.00 Bonnie Cox . 149.25 Lawrance Untried _ . 11.25 darbllne Baker . 660.13 Paula Dulaney . &1.51 KAthleen Kelley . 98.25 Elizabeth Smith 2,270.00 Betty Lang ~ . 2,(80.00 Mada Turrentine _ . 1,200.00 Paul M. Fitch . 80.00 ChrisUe Leach . 45.00 Cheryl Miller „ 353.25 Leon Peacock , 181.50 Gordon Rhine . 483.38 George Sargent . 216.76 Roy Yat&i . 109.88 Robert Brown . 103.27 Marilyn Falrchlld „ , 443.00 Karen Gaston 44.63 Ernie Johnson ; . 103.88 Clarence Pearson _. , 5,690.2& Clarence Brien t /tUCTWtanr V/ictl ^liU^ X#X1^«S — 4,770.70 Ridiard Berhner „ 4,859.90 W. C. Balsover Alfred Cemens Vendors to Educational and Building Funds Addison-Wesley Publishing Ob., supplies _ ..J$ Aero Welding Supply Co., suppUes And capital Aldrick & Aldrick, Inc., 8un>lies and capital Allied School Equipment Co., Supplies Allyn & Bacon, Inc., supplies Aloe, supplies and capital American Ass'n. of Junior Colleges, service American Book Co., supplies 324.27 „ 288.40 „ 1,923.50 _ 2,155.08 3,827.18 „ 505.95 499.92 „ 120.00 ... 1,260.00 ^ 140.26 _ 437.00 _ 109.88 .._ 17.63 _.. 65.25 _ 126.50 __ 10.13 35.00 269.26 170.25 864.00 .„ 4,816.55 American Laundi-y, service American Welding Supply Co., supplies _ American Yearbook Co., supplies and service Appleton-Century Crofts, supplies - -.Wayne Arnold, service Athletic Institute, supplies — — Baker & Taylor Co., Supplies and capital Bell & Howell Co., supplies and capital _.. Charles A. Bennett Co., supplies _ Blackwell-Wlelandy Co., supplies and capital Blaisdell Publishing Co., supplies Blue-Cross & Blue Shield, service - — Briel & Wood, service Bro-dart Industries, supplies - — Wm. C. Brown Publishing Co., supplies J. L. Buford, sen'ice - - — Building Maintenance SuppJy Co., supplies Burse.'s.s Publishing Co., supplies - -. C'fimbridge University Press, supplies CcMitral .Scientific Co., supplies and capital Clicmiciil Rubber Co., supplies 3. D. Chesley, service City of Ml. Vemon. water and sewer Collier-Macmillan Distribution Center, supplies Ci-osslcy-Van Deoden Co., supplies Delmai" Publishei's, supplies Delmar .Studios, Inc., supplies and ser\ace — — Denoyer-Geppert Co., supplies — Dodson Bany. supplies and service - — Dowzer Electric Machine Works, supplies Enston's Flowei's, sei-vice — Edward Andrews Tool & Machine Co., supplies Federal Surplus Property, supplies and capital First National Bank & Tnast Co., Witliholding tax Fisher Scientific Co., supplies and capital — Flota Bros. Painting, service _ _ „.„ Follett College Book Co., supplies _ -.. Han-j- L. Ford, sennce Franklin-Loe Co., supplies and capital - r.ale Rosnarch Co., supplies Oaunt's T.V., Capital - 3avlord Bros., Inc.. supplies _ — Genera! Biological Supply House, supplies ~ Good Scouts, supplies Goodyear Semce Store, supplies and capital Haixlings. Chicago, supplies Hai-per, Propane Sen'ice, sei'vice „ Harper, Row Publishei-s, supplies - — HaiTisburg Medical Co., supplies — M. D. Haun, sei -vice — D. C. Heath & Co., supplies Eltis Henson, service H & H Plumbing & etc., service and supplies High School Activities Fund, service » High School Revolving Fund, supplies and service _ P. N. Hirsch Co., supplies Holt, Rinehart & Winston, supplies — Horace Mann Inturance Co., service Houghton -Mifflin Co., supplies 111. Bell T«Iephon« Co., sirvio* Ul. Municipal Retlrem«nt Fund, service HI. Power Co., service _ - Illlni Supply, Inc., supplies and capital . rilini Umon, service _ - Dnprest Fund, servict, suppUes and ete...... liJauaM. Wipiat doth Co., wppliM bltructicHial ICattrialit lab., IUM>UM 434.80 865.68 909.15 657.90 116.92 2,182.98 446.60 851.70 880.28 196.12 388.02 468.65 129.46 126.62 3,643.33 337.50 159.85, 555.62 671.62 221.82 137.50 106.36 166.26 281.70 290.80 240.46 159.22 2,470.15 198.00 745.30 39.-j.14 687.11 365.85 159.12 762.00 169.26 100.00 154.98 100,50 459.73 804.50 26,956.60 1,795.60 1,035.10 930.00 1„575.00 226.34 110.00 239.95 321.28 890,13 115.45 640.54 101.30 456.58 664.64 197.54 308.43 3,124.23 575.37 552.34 325.00 2,364.91 147.76 1,521.51 2,880.00 444.72 1,160.01 3,005.00 2,416.64 628.00 127.30 3,706.87 110.02 m.so n, VY. »» iiov/i« wvr.f - L. S. Wood Printing Co., sullies and service James F. Yates, service — Youngblood Supply Co., capital _ Mt Vemon Community College Educational Fund Revenue: District taxes Government—State aid and federal Government—others Interest on investments . Other revenue 198.41 225.00 308.79 197.40 194.36 200.00 372.01 141.54 249.20 359.36 101.00 29 ,579.44 2 ,053.65 549.48 291.79 155.50 870.96 8,404.96 768.54 205.10 102.10 1 ,462.95 127.50 212.00 199.29 212.81 530.00 252.50 230.22 192.55 418.05 802.61 1 ,820.00 698.90 672.80 121 .65 703.00 2 ,535.00 229 .08 113.48 341.92 180.00 108.00 336.00 178.75 227.60 2 ,830.65 114.06 1 ,601.25 220.50 1 ,458.04 417.47 350.00 2,449.54 11 .510.77 113.50 135.29 216.42 1 ,218.93 493.50 237.00 110.92 1 ,650.05 171.00 268.95 315.03 444.00 ..$ 99,593.52 130,695.15 „ 11,613.91 894.81 198,959.18 Total revenue Disbursements: Administration _ — Instruction ..$441,756.57 Operation of plant ~ — Maintenance Fixed charges' Other disbursements Capital outlay ..$ 29,984.94 .. 170,587.60 18,079.95 195.50 .„ 1,681.39 _ 170,773.66 .. 10,750.02 Total disbursements Excess revenue over dlsbursementa Assets: Imprest fund — Cash in bank Investments ..$402,053.06 ... 39,703.51 ,..$ 500.00 .. 31,441.51 .. 20,000.00 Total assets « Liabilities: none Fund balance as of June 30, 1966 Analysis of Change in V^ind Balance Fund balance July 1, 1965 Excess revenue over disbursements . Fund balance as of June 30, 1966 , — ...$ 51,941.51 ...$ 51,941.51 ..$ 12,238.00 ... 39,703.51 ...$ 51,941.51 Mt. Vernon Community College Building Funds Revenue: District taxes Interest on investments .„ $ 42,73'! 67 635.50 Total revenue Disbursements: Fixed charges $ 43,370.17 $ 40,482.78 Total disbui-sements .... i Excess revenue over disbursements ' Assets: Cash in bank $ 40,482.78 2,887.39 $2,887.39 Total assets — . Liabilities: None Fund balance as of June 30, 1966 Analysis of change In fund bslsnos Fund balance July 1, 1965 _ Excess revenue over disbursements .-.M............... Fund balance as of June 30, 1966 ... ...$ 2,887.39 _$ 2,887.39 None 2 ,887.39 $ 2,887.39 PAUL M. FiTCtt, School Treasurer FINANCIAL STATEMENT Village of WaltonvUle, Illinois Balance on hand May 1, 1965 — RECEIPTS: ' County treasurer, taxes Retailer tax — Miscellaneous ... ~ — _.$3,787.54 .... 1,620.02 ... 2,127.10 _„ 413.00 Total „$7,947.66 DISBURSEMENTS: Illinois Power Co. Bank of Sesser Trotter & Craig i Salaries ! Miscellaneous seivices 375.66 ... 716.00 _ 650.00 ... 450.00 .. 1,507.42 Total.. $3,699.08 Balance on hand May 1, 1966 4,248.58 • I. Emil Nonis, Treasurer of the Village of Waltonville do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement i of receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending April 301h, i 1966. EMIL NORRIS, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn tO before me this 30th days of June 1966. (SEAL) Marion Newall, Notary Public Wor Gadget Detects Belt Buckles In Dark By BOB GASSAWAY SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) Electronic devices that can spot cigarettes and helt buckles from an airplane several thousand feet high are being used nightly in Viet Nam to ferret out ihe Communists, an American military source skid today. The source said the United States Is using the latest heat and metal sensing devices to find Viet Cong and North Viet^ namese moving under cover of dsjimess. J tb* demilitar&d DMZ, between the two Viet Nams — now a highway for Red troop Infiltration southward ~ is a regular beat for the super snoopers. The heat detection system uses an infrared-type process and can spot a camp fire or •ven a dozen soldiers taking a •moke bretk. "First they fly over and make a map of an area, for instance the DMZ, when there is nobody thtre. They know what it should Mk UM tfaM," tha MucM said. "Tbta iM Bsatt tisM Hmy em HUNTING IN POLAND becomes blft baslaett for the hunter with a sure aim. A t lettaora of birds exists and unters are paid a price per duck, many of wlUch are exported from Poland to foreign markets. U.S. Watches Struggle For Power In China By SPENCER DAVIS WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S officials arc watching closely for the outcome of what now appears to be a bitter struggle within Communist China's hierarchy. State Department authorities say it is evident that strong opposition has developed to the policies of C3iairman Mao Tse- tung. For months there has been an internal questioning of Mao's foreign policy, a debate on military policy and disagreements on basic economic policy. Debate within the Cliinese Communist party is not new, experts here say. The leadership, drawn from persons who have been comrades in arms for 30 years, has permitted this relationship. But these experts add that party leaders always had been able to reach a consensus — until last spring. At that time the issues became so varied and extensive, and there was so much disagreement, that the party Central Committee was unable to reach a consensus. According to this view, Mao then created the Red Guard to stir up the so-called great cultural revolution and a tthe same time provide a shakedown in the leadership. Official sources here take the view that opposition elements within the Chinese Communist party have been strong enough to resist Mao, even with the added impact of the Red Guard. What now has developed, it appears here, is an impasse in wliich the party has been able to counter every blow dealt by Mao and the more extremist segment of the leadership. Mao has been telling visitors for some years that he was worried that the next generation was drifting away from Maoism. He said he felt revolutionary zeal could come only from I 'evolutionary warfare, and when the situation did not provide such warfare, some means of hiducing it had to t>e found. The Red Guard consequently has been used as a weapon to revive revolutionary zeal. Among the leaders of the resistance to Mao, informed sources here consider Liu Shaochi, chief of state and former heir apparent to Mao, as one of the most prominent. Another is Teng Hsio-ping, secretary general of the Communist party who now may have replaced by Kang Sheng, an active paily worker. There has bee nno announcement on Teng's removal. WALPOLE, Mass. — Gerry Graci, 145, Ai-lington, Mass., outpointed Pedro Perez, 149 Brooklyn, N.Y., 8. across the area, they use the earlier map as an overlay on the scope. "They fly along out of small arms range until something shows up on the scope and if it is not on the overlay, bombers are called in. "The metal sensing gear is Just as sensitive bnit doesn 't even need heat. "They do the same thing on it. They fly over and make, soundings under nonnal conditions and then later blast anything that is out of place. If there are half a dozen guys down there with belt buckles or knives or guns or anything made of metal, the plane will know it. In come the bombers and boom! No more belt buckles or people either. It's amazing." The source said that the detection devices are responsible for some bombing raids that American B528 make in areas, where there is no reported U.8, militaiy aetlvily. Graen Giant Peas . . . . 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