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8-TIMES-NEWS 0dt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971 SUPERVISOR'S REPORT (Continued from page 7) EXPENDITURES Payment of antkipation warrants, bonds, loans and Interest $14,796.25 Total Expenditures $14,796,25 Total Receipts $16,943.75 Total Expenditures $14,796.75 Balance $ 2,147.50 State oflliinois ) ss. County of Logan ) Town of Aetna OFFICE OF TOWN SUPERVISOR The following is a statement by Harry M. Randolph, Supervisor of the Town of Aetna in the County and State Lforesakl, of the amount of public funds received and expend- ed by him during the fiscal year just closed, ending on the 30th day of March, 1971, showing the amount of public funds on hand at the com- meocement of said fiscal year, the amount of public funds received and from what sources received, the a- mount of public funds exq>ended and for what purposes expended, during year ending as afoRmkL The said Hamy M. Randolph, being duly swon, doth depose and say that the following statement by him robson'bed is a correct statement of the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount of public funds received, and the murces from which received, and the amount expended, and purposes for which expended, as set forth in said statement. Harry M. Randolph Subsc'oed and sworn to before me, thif 30th day of March, 1971. Theckla StuBs Notary Public GENERAL ASSISTANCE FUND REVENUE TOTAL PTS WHAT SOURCES RECEIVED 1970 Mar. 25, Beginning Balance $ 4,441.76 May 13, Co. CoIL Tax 1.49 June 13, Co. CoIL Tax 212.00 Sept. 16, Co. CoIL Tax 106.00 Oct. 3, Co. CoIL Tax 1.77 Nov. 25, Co. CoIL lVax 53% 263.02 Total $ 5,076.04 EXPENDITURES TO WHOM PAID 1971 Mar. 31, Joe's Market $ 40.00 April 30, Joe's Market 40.00 May 29, Joe's Market 40.00 June 30, Joe's Market 40.00 Jnly 31, Joe's Market 40.00 Sept. 3, Joe's Market 40.00 Sept. 30, Joe's Market 40.00 Oct, 31, Joe's Market 40.00 Oct. 31, Joe's Market 50.00 Nov. 30, Joe's Market 40.00 Dec. 9, Joe's Mazket 50.00 Dec. 31, Joe's Market 40.00 1971 Jan. 30, Joe's Market 40.00 Feb. 27, Joe's Market 40.00 Total $ 580.00 RECAPITULATION REVENUE Taxet,roperty $ 584.28 Balance on Hand 3-30-70 4,44L76 Total Receipts $ 5,026.04 EXPENDITURES Welfare expenditum GenenlAssistance $ 580.00 Total $ 580.00 Total Receipts $ 5,026.04 Total Expenditures $ 580.00 Balance $ 4,446.04 State of Illinois ) ss County of Logan ) Town of Aetna OFFICE OF TOWN SUPERVISOR The following is a statement by Hany M. Randolph, Supervisor of the Town of Aetna in the County and State aforesaid, of the amount of public funds received and expend- ed by him during the fiscal yejust closed, ending on the 30th day of Match, 1 971, showing the amount of public funds en hand at the com- mencement of said riga/ year, the amount of public funds received and from what sources received, the a- mount of public funds expended and for what purpoaes expend.ed, during fiscal year endb u afommkL The said Harry M. Randolph, beln 8 dly rlut, doth depose and my that the following statement by h subscn'bed/s a correct statement of the amount of public funds on hand at the enoement of the fisca/ year above aated, the amount of public funds tceived, and the murces from which received, and the ,'ncunt expended, and purposes for which expended, as set forth in said statement. Harry M. Randolph Subscribed and swum to before me, this 30th day of March, 1971. Theckla Stoll Notary Public TOWN FUND REVENUE TAXES & INCOME 1970 Mar. 31, Beginning Balance $ 1,845.23 May 13, Co. CoIL Protested Tax 4.60 May 29, Transfer - Sp. Rd. Tax Fund 1,000.00 June 13, Co. CoIL Tax 94.7% 3,788.00 Sept. 16, Co. CoIL Tax 94.7% 1,894.00 Oct. 3, Co. Coil DeL Tax 94.7% 31.59 Nov. 25, Co. CoIL Tax 94.7% 4,699.67 Total $13,263.09 EXPENDITURES TO WHOM PAID 1970 Mar. 31, Emanuel Hunter 35.70 Mar. 31, Robert gyer 35.70 Mar. 3 I, Alvin Rentsclder 35.70 Mar. 3I, Orville J. Heft 360.08 Mar. 31, C. L. Leimlmch 87.50 Mar. 31, Avotdt Ulrich 181.60 Mar. 31, Harry M. Randolph 250.40 Mar. 31, Ozvme J. Heft 35.00 Mar. 31, L. E. Ahlswede 5.00 Apr. 1, Treasurer of St. of Illinois 4.25 Apr. 1, St. EmpL Ret. System S.S. Unit 133.20 Apr. 1, Bank of Cheat 98.70 Apr. 1, IlL Dept. of Revenue 22.86 Apr. 30, Orville J. Heft May 29, Orville J. Heft May 29, Wilbur Maus June 30, H. J. Wible Printing Co. June 30, Orville J. Heft July 3, St. EmpL Ret. System S. Unit July 3, Bank of Chestnut July 3, IlL Dept. of Revenue July 30, Orville J. Heft Aug. 31, Orville J. Heft Sept. 3, Robert Myers Sept. 3, Alvin Rentscider Sept. 3, Emmanuel Hunter Sept. 3, Orville J. Heft Sept. 3, C. L. Leimbach Sept. 3, Avoldt ULrich Sept. 3, Harry M. Randolph Sept. 3, Troy A. Kost, Sec. Sept. 30, Orville J. Heft 360.08 360.08 781.72 188.80 360.08 163.20 98.70 42.64 363.08 363.08 35.70 35.70 35.70 35.00 37.50 181.60 250.40 42.00 363.08 Oct. 3, SL EmpL Ret. System S.5. Unit 133.20 Oct. 3, Bank of Chestnut 89.70 Oct. 3, IlL Dept. of Revenue 22.86 Oct. 31, Bank of Chestnut 5,14 Oct. 31, Orve J. Heft 363.08 Oct. 31, Betty Murphy I0.00 Nov. 31, Orville J. Heft 363.U Nov. 31, Betty Murphy 10.00 Dec. 31, Aetna Sp. Rd. Tax Fund 1,000.00 Dec. 31, Bank of Chestnut 15.00 Dec. 31, Orville J. Heft 363.08 Dec. 31, Betty Murphy 10.130 1971 Jan. 2, Bank of Chestnut 89.70 Jan. 7, St. EmpL Ret. System SS. Unit 86.40 Jan. 7, IlL Dept. of Revenue 22.86 Jan. 7, Orville J, Heft 369.86 Jan. 7, Betty Murphy I0.00 Feb. 27, Orville J. Heft 369.86 Feb. 27, Betty Murphy I0.00 Feb. 27, IlL Office Supply 77.05 Total Expenditures $ 8,804.70 RECAPITULATION REVENUE Taxes, property $10,417.86 Transfers to other funds, repaid 1,000.00 Balance on Hand 3-31-70 1.845.23 Total Receipts $13,263.09 EXPENDITURES Compensation, togn Officers $ 5,005.92 Administration expense S 2,831.99 Other Services and Expenses $ 465.99 AdmmisUration Expense, General Assistance $ 500.80 Total Expenditures $ 8,804.70 Total Receipts $13,263.09 Total Expenditures $ 8,804.70 Balance $ 4,458.39 snvtc00 David Roos, son of Mr. Mrs. Charles Roos, was g overseas April 20, His address i P.F.C. Daryl V. Roos, 361-40-2269 2nd Admin. Co. 2nd Inf. Div. (Korea) APO San Francisco, Calif. Basic training was takes Ft. Lewis, Washington had seven weeks of at Ft. Benjamin, Indiana now with the Finance Co. 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