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SATURDAY, JULY 30,1WO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH It, 1M6 on hand May 1, 1959 ..... ^., ................. $ 7,376.61 .,.f«M§8.S2 Village fines ............................. 8,198.00 SUkte Fines ....................... ....... 70.00 Btislnett License* ......................... 4,249.00 Liquor LteeffWft ..... , ......... ...i. ....... 5,680.00 -Doff Licenses' ...... .... .................. 544.00 Rent from Water Dept. ..... .............. 12,000.00 Telephone Commission ...... .. ........ ... 162.43 Permits ...................... ... ........ * 24.00 Reimbursements of Funds ......... ....... 386.89 P6l« Tax .................. .............. 59.00 MM). Income ......... . ........... ....... 88.00 Tmnsfer froim Public Benefit Fund ... ....... . ......... .. 2,300.00 Dividend Fund ...................... ..... BOB.80 Playground Bond Fund ...... ....... ...... 894.94 Net R«c«ipts Total Rectlpt* ...... Disbursements from: OFFICIAL SALABV FUND Village President EX|*mse* Village Pr«s, . .. Village Clerk Clerk Hire ............. Village Attorney , Exp,—VIUage Attorney Village Trustees Exp.— Village Trustees ... Health Officer Village Treasurer «..*., 07,016.60 1104,393.21 2,400,00 1,500.04. 4,350.00 742.50 1,800.00 201.30 2,655.00 1,195.00 50.00 2,200.00 Total— Official Salary Fund STREET * ALLEY FUND Sidewalk Repairs ....' $17,093.80 .$ 21.23 Total—Street A Alley Fund POLICE FUND Police & Fire Commissioners $ 367.50 Commissioners' Supplies 68.85 Salary—Wages 40,044.80 Maintenance Vehicles 3,068.99 21,23 Rent & Malnt. Radio Meals for Prisoners . Disposal stray Dogs Telephone New Equipment 938.50 26.90 175.04 52.78 1,955.74 Uniforms & Supplies 1,298.58 Total—Police Fund $47,997.68 HEWER FUND Salaries & Wages ? 602.62 Materials & Supplies 751.90 Repairs 414.17 Total—Sewer Fund $ 1,768.69 PUBLIC BUrLDING FUND Salaries $ 4,119.46 Janitor & Bldg. Supplies 723.81 j.- ue l 880.53 Maint. Public Building 339.02 New Equipment . 158.00 Repairs to Village Hall 78.70" Total—Public Bldg Fund $ 6..299.S2 FIRE FUND NO. 1 Salaries S 6,5.25.48 Total—Fire Fund No. 2 $ 6,525.48 LIGHT FUND Lights : $4,661.74 Total—Light Fund •« $ 4,661.74 ELECTION FUND Salaries 5 386.00 Supplies 93 - 44 Total—Election Fund $ 479.44 ADMINISTRATION FUND „„«,.„., Insurance & Bond Premiums $ 4.81Z41 Printing & Publishing 1,418.89 Rltitptjl tfO _______ , i IMWHlWl TtMl i •< i <» r«i »«.•••••«••«« »«W1»M».W Ptwt en Vending Mwhtttti .,.. ......... • iOIW Rental . ..... . ................ .... ....... * 20.00 Lean from Emergency r«W .............. 1,108.11 Net ftecelpu Total Receipts Disbursements: Salaries A Wages 5,140.12 Lights r«... 197.60 Electrical Repairs 139.60 Supplies 675.87 Maintenance 175.55 improvements to Grounds 892.12 New Equipment • 624.44 insurance • 52.68 Payment of Loan to Emergency Fund .... 1,102.11 13,174.70 I 15,503.78 SECTION II C. 9. Caph on hand May 1, 1359 I 5,331.98 Receipts from: State of Illinois • $ 225.74 Net Receipt* < •••• 225.74 Total Receipt* , $ I Disbursements: 'Contract ConMruction $ 4,935.20 h . - ^inK fii /nKin^ormg ,........*....... 4Vr0.o/ Advertising SflO j Total Disbursements $ j Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1060 MAINT. ART. STS. 1987 Cash on hand May 1, 1959 Receipts from: Refund from Street & Bridge Fund Total Disbursements V 0,000.09 Balance Cash on hand April 30, I960 I 6,503.69 PUBLIC BENEFIT FUND A ^ Cash on hand May 1, 1959 I, 2,309.07 Receipts from: Corporation Taxes ........................$1,966.16 Net Receipts 1.966.16 Total Receipts $ 4,361,23 Disbursements: Transfer to General Fund 2,300.00 Total Disbursements '. <•• 2,300.00 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1660 $ 2,061.23 EQUIPMENT RENTAL FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 • $ 3,093.68 Receipts from: Equipment Rental $ 6,659.53 Net Receipts 6,659.53 Total Receipt $ 9,753.21 Disbursements: < New Equipment Purchase* 4,872.95 Total Disbursements 4,872.95 Total Receipts Disbursements: Funds tranferred to Maint. Art. Sis. 1960 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1060 MAINT. ART. STS. I9BS jCash on hand May 1, 1959 (Receipts from: Refund from Street & Bridge Fund . Total Receipt.* Disbursements': Funds transferred to Maint. Art. Sts. 1960 161.50! 161.50 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1980 $ 4,880.26 SALES TAX FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 ...» $ 46,076.77 Receipts from: Sales Tax $54,769.55 Net Receipts 54,769.55 Total Receipts $100,846.32 Disbursements: Construction Garage Building $28,802.20 Purchase of property for New ' Village Hall 16,500.00 Wrecking building on lot , 3,222.89 Transfer to Garbage Fund ....' 1,500.00 Total Disbursements ~$ 50,625.09 : Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 MAINT. ART. STS. I860 :Cash on hand May 1, 1959 ! Receipts from: State of Illlnoi ; Transfers from: iMainl. Art. Sts. 1957 Maint. Art. Sts. 1958 • iMainlj Art. Sts. 1959 (Section 18 C. S None! None .$33,660.83 328.00 161.50 199.16 68.25 Net Receipts' • • • > No Disbursements Balance Ca^b on hand April 30, 1960 $ ! TREASURER'S FEE ACCT. Cash on hand May 1, 1959 :Receipts from: !State of Illinois • • $ Technicians IMP a rig to determine exact center of gravity of a project Mercury capsule at Cape Canaveral, Fla. An air conditioned satellite model of the Mercury capsule due to carry an American into space within months was TEST SPACE CAPSULE launched on its short but tortuous maiden flight. The one ton, six-foot capsule was unmanned but watched closely by the courageous Americans who have volunteered for this nation's first venture into space. 34,417.74 34,417.74 i None! 686.17 i Soybeans Are •/ In Spotlight On Market I Total Receipts . i Disbursements: 'Treasurer's Fees 686.;? $ Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ 50,821.23 DIVIDEND FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ 1,246.14 Receipts from: . ! Dividends on Water Reserve Fund • $ 765.00 ITotal Receipts $ 2,011.14 'Total Recepits $ 2,011.1-1 j Disbursements: v 'Transfer to General Fund $ 505.80 ITotal Disbursement* $ 505.80 i Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ WATER FUNDS WATER OPERATING FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ ;Receipts from: . ! Water Revenue $58,255.56 j Water Taps 1,225.00 •Service Charges 3.00 i Dividends 2,008.34 ; Sale Scrap Iron ' 23.60 'Net Receipts Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ 1,505.34 2% FIRE (TAX FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959* $ 36.93 Receipts from: 2% Fire Insurance '.. $ 2,282.25 Loan from Emergency Fund 122.07 Net Receipts 2,404.32 $ 2,441.25 Auditing 425X30 ™ 114.00 144.81 Illinois Municipal League ........ 150.00 Office Supplies Postage Repairs to Office Equipment .... Telephone -,„ New-Office Equipment .......... 5 19. 95 Legal Fees ...................... . Total—Administration Fund TRANSFERS To Police Pension Fund To Firemen's Pension Fund Total Receipts •• Disbursements: Commission for Collection $ 159.76 Supplies 9-00 iTransfer to Vol. Fire Dept 450.00 ' Payment of Loan to Emergency- Fund 122.07 • Transfer to Fire Fund No. 2 for New 'Equipment 1.000.00 'Total Disbursements $ 1,740.83 $ 9,024.83 Total—Transfers Refunds of: Liquor License Fees Dog License Fees .$ 1,340.63 1 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ 700.42 iNEW BUILDING FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 None Receipts'from: ""— - " . - ~ Rent on Buildings $ 278.63 Net Receipts 278.63 No Disbursements —Refunds * 211 ' 81 Total Receipts ............... ' .......... f .......... $ Disbursements Salaries & Wages ........................ $15,360.79 Repairs, Replacements & Supplies ........ 1,475.20 Water Purchased ........................ 8,744.85 New Meters Purchased .................. 549.05 New Equipment ....... • .................. 107.50 Auditing ................................. 500.00 Insurance ................................ 240.73 Truck Expense .......................... 373.25 Office Supplies & Expense ................ 968.15 Rent .............................. ....... 12,000.00 Garage/ Rent ............................ 350.00 Radio Rental ............................ 480.00 Engineering ............................. 315.06 Extension Water Line .................... 3,544.00 Transfers to: 1 Dividend Account ........................ 765.00 Water Revenue Bond Account ............ 8,732.50 'Total Disbursements ............... • .............. Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 ................ $ WATER REVENUE BOND ACCOUNT iCash on hand May 1; I960 ............ • ........... $ 'Receipts: • Transfer from Water Operating Account .......... By GIL MAYO Business News Writer CHICAGO — Chief interest 13.49 : in grain futures trading centered, 67322 tnis week on - s °. VDeans where' 'Prices shifted rather broadly | ! and closed with substantial gains.' 6,445.04! Grains were on the defensive j jmost of the time, bucking gen-, lerally moderate hedge selling, land profit taking or outright li- |quidation. j Soybeans derived their strength 61 51550 !a 'f ost entire 'y from weather and _. reports of' slow crop dpvelop- 67,960.54iment. Two broad runups early 1 in the week brought out a flurry i of profit selling on Thursday and early Friday but the drive was not particularly heavy and prices again had resumed their upward trend at the finish. Sparking the last push was a report that the crop, despite several days of favorable weather, still was well behind normal development and making little progress toward recovering the lag. !The early strength was linked | (with a government report thati the carryover on Oct. 1. the end 54,506.081 of the crop year, probably would 13,454.46 not exceed 40 million bushels. The trade for months had been 7,067.50 guided hy an es timatc of 60 mil- 8,732.50 Total Total all disbursements ..$95,424.85 Balance cash on hand—GENERAL FUND, April 30, 1960 » 8,W».* SPECIAL FUNDS CONSISTING OF: STREET i BRIDGE FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ 9 ' 317 - 16 Receipts from: Corporation Taxes ni'Scafi Roads & Bridge Tax l min Net Recci '" s Reimbursement for Street Work ,Si'S Refund on Material ••••• 3 ^M Street Damage Claims °'-?? Sale Scrap Iron ° °" Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ 278.63 PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND The amount of $ 13,453.56 received In Corporation Taxes and transferred to Board of Trustees of the Public Library. COMMUNITY BUILDING & RECREATION The amount of $17,477.01 received in corporation taxes and {transferred to Board of Trustees of the Community Building. i EMERGENCY FUND ;Cash on hand May 1, 1959 «... $ 5,375.19 'Payment of Loan by , Maint. U. S. No. 67 $ 549.51 Playground Fund ' 1,538.92 •Garbage Fund ' 118.06 '2% Fire Tax Fund 122.07 Total Receipts ................................... Disbursements: 8 Bonds at $1,000 ........................ $ 8,000.00 360 Coupons at $17.50 ...................... 6,300 Total Disbursements ................ • ............ $ 15,800.00 14,300.00 Balance Cash on had April 30, 1960 $ SUMMARY WATER FUNDS APRIL 80, 1860 ,F.und s on Deposit at Bank: j Water Operating Fund $13,454.46 i Water Revenue Bond Fund 1,500.00 i Total 5 'Funds invested in Savings & Loan Stock: 'Wa'.er Revenue Bond Fund $10,000.00 | Water Revenue Bond Reserve Fund .... 15,000.00 : Water Works Depreciation Fund ^15,000.00 1,500.00 lion in the carryover. While the same weather influences were considered applicable to the corn crop t it reacted only slightly or not at all since the carryover of that ;rain already is at burdensome | proportions. Soybeans are the only commodity likely to be in short sup-! before the .end of this crop' LADY WITH PROBLEM Caroline Kennedy, 2Vs. daughter of the Democratic presidential nominee, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D- Mass.), has her troubles as she tries to shoo a neighbor's dog out of her yard in Hyannis Port, Mass. (NBA Photo) ^ ; TV Is Best Congo Is Spot to See Born Sick, Convention By BOB THOMAS AP Movie TV Writer HOLLYWOpD AP — Want to know the best seat from which to view a national political conven- t of! Just a month old, the Congo J is facing a crisis which, without 2,328.56 Total Net Receipts Total Receipts Disbursements: Salaries & Wages Maintenance Material Maintenance Equipment .. t „ . rt ,| Gas & Oil ••'",. Tools, Equipment & Supplies Engineering Fees 29,717.23 $39,034.39 JTotal Receipts $ ! Disbursements: ' I Loans made to: iMajnt. U. S. No. 67 549.54 !Playground Fund 1,538.92 i Garbage Fund 118.06 \2% Fire Tax Fund 122.07 ;Court Judgment Funds 787.40 ; Transfer to Fire Fund No. 2 for ' New Equipment 589.50 | Total Disbursements $ 7,703.75 GRAND TOTAL WATER FUNDS $ lEAST ALTON BOND ACCOUNT JEAST ALTON STORM SEWER BOND ACCOUNT jCash on hand May 1, 1959 $ i Receipts from: | Corporation Taxes $21,755.24 Net Receipts 359.25 Total Disbursements 31,942.18 Balance G»sh on hand April 30, 1960 $ 7,092.21 FIRE FUND No. 2 Cash on hand May 1, 1959 » Receipts froni: / *ia*Aou Corporation Taxes v• • • > * 1 ?'X2x > ^ 2% Fire Tax Fund '«sq*ri Emergency Fund • 8K) - au Balance Cash on hand April 30,1960 $ 'GRAND TOTAL SPECIAL FUNDS $ ! MAINTENANCE U. S. No. 67 FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ I Receipts from: .Stale of Illinois Highway Department ....$ 1,328.12 ! Loan from Emergency Fund 549.54 Total Receipts Disbursements: 3,705.49 Retirement 17 Bonds at $1,000.00 17,000.00 370 Coupons at $13.75 5,087.50 May Die BL LYNN HEINZERLJNG' LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo .#—The United" Nations ; has the: sickest nation it has ever nursed^ oh its hands today. | ply before the .end of this crop: v . lc " ° '.'"T""' ™'"™' —"" * lyear or during the next. A sur-: tlon? " s * e one in f '° nt 14,954.46 vey by the American Soybean; your se . nromnt rpmnrlinl notion r-nnM Assn. showed the yield is likely 1 That's my conclusion f r o m: Prompt renjdial ac ion could •to be well below a year ago in-watching the Democratic conven-! u 'PP le " Permanently or even to oe \\eii neiow a yeai ago in ,.i nB side and the Re- ;snuff out fhe remaining signs i some of the major producing 110 " llom ungsrae anu me "*-..,., ft i areas publican convention from setside. ul llle 40 000 00" With the winter wheat harvest .Each has its advantages. But Born without proper prenatal Ir^jnearing the finish, traders said for the big, well-rounded picture: ^re and abandoned by its spon- 54,954.46!the peak of hedge selling ap-Iof what's brewing in the political, *>rs after great provocation, it Ipeared to have passed. However,'stew, TV is the winner. j™n only survive and prosper ,„• :they said the market had not yet Of course, there's a thrill to ; hrough a massive effort by the 7,539.22 j ha( j t()e buoyant . y of tne usua ] j watching a convention in person' U ' N - or individual countries. (heavy mill buying at this timei that no TV viewer can set. It's The crisis will be reached in 21 755 24iof year. i lne same with any televised, August. i At the end of the week, wheat event; you miss that extra excite-! The Congo was a Belgian col- $29,294.46 3,998.26 82,606.13 Total Disbursements $ 254.81 i Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 '$ 7,206.961 bei . j2.16Vg-li. Net Receipti 18,138.04 Total Receipts 19,778.41 ; 13,767.49 Volunteer Fire Dept. Material & Supplies Repairs to Equipment Gas & Oil...., *«*"( Uniforms • *"*• Radio Rental 240>0 ° New Equipment ^ Total Disbursements 17,958,64 Balance Cash on hand April 80, I960 * 1,819.77 OIVII, DEFENSE FUND «jqB R on Cash on hand May 1, 1959 ...; 9 2,385.90 Receipts from: «iofi6ia Corporation Taxes » 1,966.18 iafll . 1ft Mnf Rfipeinta "I l.WO.lb 4,352.06 142.55 Net Receipts Total Receipts Disbursements Director's Salary .... Supplies & Equipment Radio Rental 461.50 , Director's Expense 484.08 Uniforms • • 5 6-»5 Total Disbursements $ 2,724.13 Balance Cash on hand April SO, 1960 GARBAGE FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 Receipts from: Corporation Taxes •„.««„„ Transfer from Sales Tax Fund 1,500.00 Loan/ from Emergency Fund 118.08 Net Receipts ....» 1,927.93 1,663.54 19,823.28 Total Receipts Disbursements: Contract Hauling Wage* for Clean.Up Wwk Payment Loan to Emergency Fund Total Disbursements • • $ 21,486.82 .$10,320.00 731.60 Balance Cain on hand April 30, 1960 PLAYGKOl'M) FUND Qash on hand May 1, 1959 l\ $ 1,317.16 • I Net Receipts PLAYGROUND BOND ACCOUNT Unreserved balance In fund of $254.94 i transferred to General Fund 1,872.66 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 . DIVIDEND & INTEREST FUND Total Receipts Disbursements: Salariese and Wages 829.30 Maintenance Material 154.38 Equipment Rental 263.76 Payment of Loan' 549.51 $ 2,127.47 Total Disbursements • > $ 1,796.95 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ 330.52 MOTOR FUEL TAX FUNDS MAINT. ART. STS. 1909 Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ 33,666.29 No Receipts Disbursements: Salariese & Wages $8,286.48 Contract Work & Material 17,979.80 Equipment Rental 6,241.39 Maint. Traffic Signals 319.46 Engineering 640.00 Transfer balance on hand to Maint, Art. Sts. 1960 199.16 Total Disbursements $ Balance Cash on hand April 30, I960 SECTION 17 C. 8. Cash on hand May 1, 1959 Receipts from: State of Illinois $ 135.70 Net Receipts 135.70 Total Receipt* $ 2,172.84 Disbursements: Contract Construction .' $ 1,969,85 Engineering 196.99 Advertising , > , 6.00 Total Disbursements t 2,172.84 Balance Cash on hand April SO, 1900. SECTION* U C. •. Cash oo hand May 1, 1958 Receipts from: , State of Illinois Net Receipts ............. . f 812.93 None 68.25 312.93 Total Receipts , Disbursements: Engineering -. Advertising 1 ,., Transfer balance »n hand to Malm. Art. Sts. I960 Total Disbursements •'. Balance Cash on hand April 30, I960. 997.18 15.75 68.25 381.18 381.16 None Cash on hand May 1, 1959 Receipts: Dividend & Interest on Savings No Disbursements • Balance Cash on hand April 30, I960 -.... GRAND TOTAL EAST ALTON BOND ACCOUNT., NORTHEAST SANITARY SEWER FUND Cash on hand May 1. 1959 Receipts from Collection $ 1,007.47 Net Receipts .•• !/s lower, September $l.S-l-s:il8! iment o{ participation when see- ony which lived richly on cheap corn Vis lower, September i' n s il only on the cold screen.; African labor, Belgian brains $1.16VKJ; oats \\\ -2 cents lower,! There's something about the and money, vast' mineral re!September 67 l 4-%;" rye <k-V.i looseness of a mass of living,'sources and great coffee, palm •>2 087 50'lower- September $1 IS'-s-tt" breatnin g human beings that oil and rubber plantations. i soy beans''4-1^ hisher, September! Kives yo" a" added charge. j The Belgian know-how has ' Another thing you can't get on; now largely disappeared be- TV is a true sense of tne gran-: cause of the panic that followed deur of a convention scene. TheUhe rude attempts of the Con- screen is simply too small to takeigblese to assert their new au- it all in. ! thority. The thrill may be present forj More than 60 per cent of the the convention hall observer,!country's revenue came from but often the sense is not. That's;the copper mining province of None None $ 391.96 $ $ 391.96 7,528.92 Far Worker Uses Whisky J?Or TJirOtlt where TV watching is superior. The fact is that most in-person WALUNGTON, N.J. (AP)-Sad!observers of a convention don't $ 510.83 workeri to )iear Henry Admirand watch the ceremonies and hear] This Katanga, which now wants to be independent or at least reduce the cut of the central gov- indeed is the life of the fur factory k »° w w »<*t is going on. Theyj ernment on its profits Total Receipts Disbursements Retirement of 12 Bonds at $100.00 1,200.00 33 Coupons at $6.00 198.00 1,007.47 ! le » ! 1 ' $ 1,518.30 Total Disbursements .>.,...... Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 $ POLICE PENSION FUND Cash on hand May 1, 1959 $ Receipts from: Corporation Taxes $ 2,494.11 Employees' Contributions 1,919-73 10% Business Licenses ... * 401.50 10% Liquor Licenses 231.63 7594 Dog Licenses 336.7S 10%'Vlllage Fines 295.10 Dividends 1,303.68 • This was the explanation Ad- rnirand gave Friday when Magistrate lx)uis Schiffman asked why he drank: the speeches. But aware of the doings at campaign headquarters, in caucuses, and at j "»<> year's budget for the they re un- |Congo amounted to 290 million press conferences that have a I anga me j j^. i vital effect on the important j huge tax Under the Belgians, the Kat- it of the $ 1,398.00 "Well, you see, your honor, 11 business of the convention, in a fur factory and I havej msojto drink two glasses of whisky j South Korean Navv ^pvery day to loosen the fur that! JUIII » *V»ieail ^«>> 31,478.41 sticks in my throat." o. , r, i r \ . bulk* neu (>unboat from | ing companies, principally the Great Union Miniere combine, and turned the surplus over to the central government. Moise Tshombe, premier of Katunga province after being I SEOUL, South Korea (AP)-The| rejected by the United Nations v ' iur i South Korean navy reportwi sink-1 on his demand for independence, honor, but nothing wnrhs except !ing „ North Ko) . ean gunboa{ ,„ a i now almos( „„„,,„, wij , , , o wh.sky, said Admirand. j running gun battle today-the first! win a larger sha* of the rich Uo you IBKC QnytniDK ! "Have you tried water?" isked | the magistrate. i "I've tried everything, pise confirmed sinking of a Communist i mining revenues of Katanga. Net Receipts 6.982.50 $ 38,460.01 Total Receipts Disbursements Refund of Pension 1,048.33 Treasurer's Bond • • 62.50 Attorney's Fees 100.00 Supplies 3.40 Total Disbursements $ 1,214.23 Balance Cash on hand April 30, 1960 FIREMEN'S FUND Cash on hand May 1. 1859 Receipts from: Corporation Taxes Employee's Contributions \% Business Licenses \% Liquor Licenses Dividends $ 37,246.58 $ 20.000.34 9 2,494.11 867,76 42.25 33.40 883.36 Net Receipts Total Receipts ... Disbursements Treasurer's Bond 4,320.78 "257230.12 18.75 nftej; work besides whisky?" the liava , t ,,. aft since , he 1953 armis . magistrate inquired. Minerals normally provide 57 »P«Ptolnlv vn,,,. hnnnr" .,Hl IIW endl " B "* KOrett " W< "'' *»»' WM ° f '"« Congo's ^POft Certainly, your honor, said! Kour South Korean sailors were Admirand. "After the whisky j injured aboard thel ,. dpstroyei . loosens the fur, I wash everything revenue, Argicultural products 43 per cent. down with a lanre alass of b.w' |; —;• The N , avv said the action! Un i ess , he Katanga crisis is aown wun a laige glass 01 wei. Q ted f ve m nuteg nd was C8r-, res olved ouicklv a financial col The magistrate dismissed an ..•—* . r.w .... j- ieh0lve a quicKiy a nnanciai coi- ussaujt charge Admirund was bringing against another man when a witness testified that Ad- tnirand hud been drinking and was merely being helped up from ried out at a range of 3,000 yards. the ground. "I suggest you switch to a mouth wash," said' the mas«- trate. lapse is almost certain, in the view of economists here. UEK.MAN8 Total Disbursements KKPAIR OF WOKU) WAB U ( Thirty young Germans recently $ 18.75! arrived in Berlin after spending , seven muiiths at Nai'vik, Norwty, Balance Cash on bond April 30, I960 $ 25,211.371 hulping to buiid a home lor J.flOO .This is to certify that the foregoing report U a true and, hi |.i,. n T|»«ir tuuk u/im «i»rt nf n cflnect Hci.-iiuntin« ol the receipts and disbursements of all funds " IU<1 '"*" liM * **»_vmf* • of the Village of KaKi Alion which were in the Jurisdiction of ww**^* 1 ** opei-auoo in the V'illuue Treasurer tor the year beglftnint; May 1, 1959 and ending April 30, Ui60. MARGARET PRU1TT Village Treasurer SubMTibed and .sworn to before me this 6th day of July, I960. MILDRED y. HELM Notify Public Germun youth gives Urn* ajx) la* bor to restwe wwtiiMf ^ftVgy ifl other countries. Volunlewi rebuilt churches, schooli., and cumniuiuty cvnlei't ui ii*v*rai counu-ies. V

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