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D SECTION -- FOil RENT -- LOST - FOUND HELP WANTED -- JOBS WANTED LEGALS -- MEMORIALS II-- INS[RTIOR-OEADLINE | .SO ADS for publication | .05 may he placed until I 1.10 5 P.M. Tuesday $ 1.30 ' ! 1. so CONTRACT Per Word ADVERTISING $1.50 Rates 0uoted Upon ARE CASH RATES--. Reauoet. Buick, 1966 Special power steering ak conditioning. 4 Good condition. Tel. (8-12-p) Creen beans, pick your Bryson. TeL (8-5) Produce of all Hart Produce 54, Buffalo Hart. rg:3Oto 7:30. (8-5-p) 20 Discount! Gossett's Hltop - f8-5) Home Pro- "*Skip" Proctor. 674-5545. Also fund organizations. soil fr lawns, 50c bushel delivered. Call 3, 4 & 5 Bdw. homes also city mpmPed N.W. of or information call Realty, ML The Twins Budget for vaca- 9 through Aug. to hang on till we Set $2.25. 792-5429. 792-3370 792-5383 5MITff ml I - FOR RENT-- me : '| | FOR RENT" large two room fm- nished apartment. Utilities fur- nished. Phone 792-3958. (tO FOR RENT: 3 room apartment on 3rd floor. No children. InquiTe Times-News. (tO ] ml i i i WANTED WORK WANTED: General Office bookkeeper. Posting machine operator, payroll. Experienced, mature woman. Tel. Latham 674-5177. (8-12) WANTED: Home for 3 male puppies. Joe Davis. 792-5566 or 792- 5249. (p) HELP WANTED - Man or Woman to sell Rawleigh Household Products to families. Can make S3 and up an hour - - part ot full time. Write giving phone no.: Ray Harris, Rawleigh Co.. Free- port, IlL or call 815-232-4161 from 8 to 4:30. (8-5) IIii " / I " I I I | -- WANT TO BUY- WANTED TO BUY - Top prices paid for household furniture and mis- cellaneou items. Call Lincoln collect. TeL 732-6314 or 732- 2531 Woodlawn Furniture Auc- tion. fir) WAN'TED TO BUY: Used girl's 24 inch bicycle. Tel. 792-3359. (8-5) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SUMMERTIME AND THE EARN- ING IS EASY . . . when you're an Avon Representative. Work in your spare time, earn spre money. Phone nov,': 1-217.523- 6387 or write Avon Products, P; O. Box 3231. Springfield. ILl. (8-12) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES MAN OR WOMAN: Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispen- sers. No experience needed . .. we establish accounts for you. Car, references and $995.00 to $1S85.00 cash capital necessasy. 4 to 12 hours weekly net ex- cellent monthly incomc. Full time more. For local interview, write, include telephone num- ber: Eagle Industries. 3938 Meadowbrook Road, St. Louis, Park. Minnesota 55426. ---FOil SALE-- IN NORTH MEAIX)W SUBDIVISION Imp, C00oice Redricled Building Loss. See Eugonia Lynch or Phone 7g.-.1958 792-5802 HOME 1971 ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE An Ordinance making ap propriations of such sums of money as are deemed neces- sary to defray all necessary ex- penses and liabilities of the City of Mount Pulaski, Illinois, for the fiscal year commencing on the first day of June, 1971 and ending, on the 3lot day of May, 1972. Be it ordained by the City of Mount Pulaski, State of Illi- nois. Section 1. That for the put- pose of defraying all the neces- ry expemes add liabilities of the City of Mount  Illi- nois, for the f'tal year com- mencing June 1, 1971 and end- ing May 31, 1972; the follow- ing sums, or as much thereof aS- by law may be authorized, be and the same are hereby set a- side and appropriated for the following purposes, to-wR: ADMINISTRATION: For the purpose of paying the per diem or compensation of the Mayor and Aldermen $1800.00; City Clerk $1560.00; City At- torney $1380.00; City Treas- urer $600.00; for office sup plies $600.00, for office equip ment $300.00; extra office help $800.00; telephone $150,00 ; postage $500.00; election ex- pontes and supplies $400.00; and other miscellaneous ex- pense $600.00; in the total sum of $8,690.00. STREETS AND ALLEYS: For costs of labor of regular street employees employed in repairing and maintaining streets and alleDs $20,5OO.00; for gas and od for vehicles used in re- pairing and maintaining street and alleys $1500.00; for pur- chasing equipment and malarial of streets and alleys $23,000.00; or costs of Workmen's Com- pensation and other insurance. $1100.00; for. repairing and maintaining drains, culverts, guttersand manholes $3500.00. extra labor employed on street work S5000.00, in the total sum of $54,600.00. POLICE FUND: For paying the salaries of day and night po- lice $11,000.00; for extra po- lice hire $7,500.00; dieting prisoners 525.00; in sum of $18,525.00. ORDINANCE AND PRINT- ING: For the purpose of paying* the expense of printing ordi- nances and tither printing $2,000.00, in the total sum of $2,000.00. COMBINED WATER- WORKS AND SEWERAGE, FUND: For the purpose of pay- ing the salaries of the employ- ees of the Waterworks and Sew- age System and for wages of (xtra helpers $18,000.00; for clerical hire $4,000.O0; for ex- penses of pumping water 53,000.00; for maintaining, ex- tending and upkeep of water- works system $15,000.00; for connections to mains of pipe- line, new pumps and appartus $10,000.00; for operation and maintenance of sewage system 58,200.00; for labor on sewers $1,3OO.00; for materials for sewers $1,500.00; for expand. ing and improving sewer system $95,000.00; for Waterworks lmproverftents consisting of an Elevated Tank, togethers with necessary piping and valve alter- ations for its u., engineering services and acquisition of site $135,000,00; Sewerage Fund: Bond and Interest Reserve Ac- count to set up reserve of $17,800.00, the sum of $1,800.00; Sewerage Fund: Contingencies and Depreciation account to set up reserve of $25,000.00, the sum of 53,000.00; in the total sum of $295,800.00. STREET LIGHTING: For paying the costs of lighting the streets $4,200.00; lighting the alleys 5200.00; lighting muni- cipal buildings $200.00, and lighting the public grounds $10C.00, in the total sum of $4,700.00. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: For paying the cost of maintaining municipal buildings $2,500.00; insurance cost 5800.00, and upkeep of ublic grounds of the City 1,500.00; in the total sum of $4,8OO.OO. CONTINGENT FUND: For paying lawfully incurred but unpaid claims for supplies and equipment as of the close of the last fiscal year $1500.00; for the purpose of paying necessary corporate expenses and obliga- tions not otherwise appropri- ated $5000.00; for paying an- nual maintenance charge for the year 1971 to Edd Dittusin the sum of $30.00 and to Jo- seph B. Lanterman in the sum of $20.00, as provided in settle- ment contract in Chancery Case Number 8565 in the Circuit Court of Logan County, Illi- nois', for prosecution and de- fense of litigation involving the City in Courts of Record, when ordered by the City Council $4000.00; in the tolal sum of $10,550.00. FIRE PROTECTION FUND: For the purpose of fire protec- tion, the sum authorized by an act of the Legislature, permit- ting Cities and Villages of less than 500,000 inhabitants to levy a tax not to exceed two mills on the dollar for fee pro- tection purposes, lawfully sub- mitted and adopted by the City of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, by a majority of the voters voting thereon, such. sum so author- ized, provided for and to be re- ceived by such special tax under said act, being hereby estimated at $7500.00; the fund so pro- vided to be used in the Fayment of the fonowing fire protection costs; the sum heretofore fixed for the payment of $2200.00 to PUBLIC NOTICE ONCE AGAIN  PEOPLE OF LOGAN CO. ARE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE FOLLOWING STORAGE CARS FOR ABSOLUTE BALANCE DUE. No Down Payment STORAGE OARS, 617 SOUTH NINTH TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, AUG. 5, 1971-7 the persons emplbyed in the  " fire department; fo* supplies" 51200.00; for equipment $4000.00; for telephone, jani- tor, and fireman training $500.00, in the total sum of $7900.00. CIVIL DEFENSE : For providing and maintaining an integrated plan aad ORGAN- IZATION FOR PREVENTING, MINIMIZING, REPAIRING,, AND ALLEVIATING DISAS- TER FROM enemy or ury, and for training pro- grams, compensation of emer- gency auxiliary policemen, e- quipment, and measures for fire control, and the conservation of public safety and communi- cations $1000.00, to be derived from the special tax imlsed therefor. MUNICIPAL RETAILER'S OCCUPATIONAL TAX FUND: To provide additional funds for general corporate purposes to be derived from the tax of one percentum (1%) of the gross re- ceipts from the business of sell. ing and sales of service of tangi- ble personal property within said City, to be used as follows: To be transferred to the General Fund for application to ap- propriations hereinab afore made after payment: of fee of foul percentum of collections ex. acted by the Department of Revenue of the State of Illinois, for expense of collection and transmittal, the sum of $45,000.00 ILLINOIS INCOME TAX FUND: To provide additional funds for general corporate pur- poses to be derived from the tax of 2% on individual taxable income and 4% on cur. porate income under and pur- suant to the terms and provi- sions of the Illinois State In- come Tax Act, to be used as follows: to be transferred to the general fund for application to appropriations hereinbefore made, the sum of $12,000.00. ILLINOIS PENSION FUND: For providing a reserve for the paymenl of Illinois Municipal Retirement Benefits to city em- ployees, in the total sum of $3,500.00. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS: For the purpose o paying,the inttrest to accrue July I, 1972, and January I, 1973, on the bon.ded indebtedness of said City of Mount Pulaski, the sum of $2,860.00. For the purpose of paying the principal of "Sanitary Sewers Bonds" of said City of Mount Pulaski, being bond Number 16 and maturing Janu- ary l, 1973, $15,000.00. Also in addition to the above appropriations and to be in- chided in the Street and Allt,y Fund, the sum to be derived from the Road and Bridge Tax to be collected, estimated at 51,800.00, making the total appropriations herein, includ- ing the amount to be received from the Road and Bridge Tax to be-collected, the sum of 5488,725.00. Section 2. That any unex, pected balance of any iterm of any approprittions made by this ordinance may be expend. ed in making up ny insuffi- ciericy in any other item of ap- propriations made by this ordi- notice. Section 3. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from after its.passage, approval . publication as provided by Passed this 27th day of July, 1971. Approved this 27th day of July, 19'71. Approved: John D. Biesemeier Mayor of the City of Mr. Pulaski, l]linob Attest: Carleton E. Drake City Clerk. Times change, Editors, in the old days, were gone modest that they'd trade " suSscriptions " for pumpkins, cord woGd; or "what have you," and then crack jokes about their patch:d pants. Those days have gone forever and the editor packs as much of a swagger as the banker now- adays. I - I I I I llll ill I! The Netienwide Servloe WISCONSIN'S Most Exciting Attraction in 12 miles from Wisconsin Dells 115 miles from Milwaukee * 5 huge buildings on 15 colorful acres. * Real live trained animal circus, elephants, pordes, dogs and horses. e Steam calliope and band organ concerts. * Di,splccys of circuses of the world o World's laJest collection of over 65 magnificent parade wagons displayed in one huge building. Photograph the 8 Horse Team of Percheroruc * Show of loading and unloading real circus traim * World's largest animated miniature circus. , Large picnic area--with benches. OPEN THRU.Sept. 12--7 days a week COME RAIN OR SHINE--plan to S, pend the day lust 7 mllee from the Mld-Couttlnt Rtwct]f Mul41',u in Noith Fzeedom i