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The Cuba Free Press - NON-GRANT 62,405.62 -STAR LDAN .00 2,5.00 & PUBLICATION 300.00 ' t qOPESSlONAL FBES .00 IOR & SERVICES 20,000.00 LOAH FADgmTS 26,954.76 KIEL SL,'TPLY 29,000.00 o-'-'T-''" - AIItORT 158,360.08 mmmlmlmmmmss TOTAL .00 snBmmst sml - RECYCLING miD: EXPMSE-RECYCLING 5,100.00 Bzemss - xNG .DO ' Oel,n TJCES .O0 S I .00 ll .00 ! AI)r,,D INSURANCE . O0 .00 INTDIANCE 250.00 RATERIALS 500.00 .O0 .00 100.00 l0Ia EXPS -RIRYCLING 900.00 INPVDTS-RECYCLING . O0 EXPMISE . O0 300.OO E KIBLICATION 50.00 PEOPESSIONAL FEES .DO LABOR & SERVICES .00 RXPISBS - It'YCLING 1,200.00 I I.slitmmmm FUND TOTAL 500.00 nlslmstmmslm - NATLq GAS DBPT: SOLD - NATURAL GAS REVERUE - OAS IHOONG mzD - NAImAL &t.S IH - NATURAL GAS - NAT. GAS 1,286,050.00 15,oe2.oo 1,000.00 125.00 8,236.00 1,000.00 .00 1,311,492.00 77,ooo.oo 3,790.00 83,059.30 95,675.0e 800.00 7,532.42 10,911.18 9,783.60 377.28 1,280.00 2,500.00 .00 4,000.00 1,5(10.00 1,500.00 500.00 400.00 2,100.00 600.00 .00 .00 2,000.00 200.00 .00 100.00 3,200:00 00.00 50000.bo .00 .00 966,000.00 13,794.00 1,289,370.86 m.mmmmi 22,113.14 59,690.00 .00 908.11 74.70 .00 12,486.25 13,477.38 26,250.86 .00 119,813.11 59.33- 619.43 .00 .00 3,000.00 3,619.43 2,494.80 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 92.00 99.58 .00 .00 20.13 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 2,706.51 912.92 427,948.86 2,833.93 631.95 125.00 1,541.20 274.30 .00 433,355.24 38,301.61 1,579.10 50,398.13 47,227.64 .00 3,523.12 6,123.75 4,785.28 188.64 573.96 .00 .00 2,075.96 293.70 .00 239.42 202.00 1,184.68 49.00 .00 .00 206.32 .00 .00 .00 331.72 80.88 336.00 .00 .00 297,003.20 13,794.00 ...o ........ 468,498.11 35,142o87- mmnm  153,314.21 .00 153,314.21 215,216.95 215,216.95 61,902.74- January 29, 2004--9c A TITLE JIUAL BUDGET 6  ACTUAL .............................. . ................... ... ..... .. ...... .oo. ..... C0t/1?ION  VISITOBS REV]g4UZS TOURISM TAX  66,303.00 33,946.66 RDIT -TOURISM Cb'TItR 2,100.00 700.00 EDSI -GRAI REVEHUE 100,000.00 7,397.50 INTEREST REVENUE -TOURISM .00 .00 HISCSI, IR4ZOUS -TOURISM .00 .00 TRAHSFER IN -TOURISM .O0 .00 IAL  1,403.00 42,044.1 EXPOSES SAIIES ZXPSE -VISITORS 18,668.00 14,806.16 SOCIAL SE(TJRITY TAXES 1,440.00 1,132.67 TPAINING/SIIXABS 2,046.00 808.16 SUPPLI NIDITEBIALS 12,343.00 349.39 POSTAGZ .00 .00 TELEPIIO 4,105.00 .00 gUgldNIIGE 48.00 258.24 C0t;STCTION -TOURISM CIBffER 10,0O0.00 7,397.50 C0NSTRUCTI0 -HIST DISTRICT 90,000.00 .00 14ISIS RXPSE .00 .00 M)VEBTISING & PUBLICATION 8,341.00 4,292.50 C(TlaCT LABOR 9,240.00 1,331.00 TOTAL BZ, PISES 168,403.00 30,375.62 C0BViI  VISI?0S TOkL .00 11,(/.54 Forage and Beef Conference moved to new location The 2004 Forage and Beef Conference will be February 23, 2004. The conference has moved to the Knights of Co- lumbus Hall in Cuba. The hall is located two miles east of Cuba at 1-44 and Hwy W, exit 210. A variety of topics will be covered for livestock and forage producers. Registration will begin at 2 p.m. with the first speaker starting at 2:15 p.m. Topics for the afternoon session in- clude: The Impact of Good Grazing Management on Ruminant Nutrition and Supplementation Needs, Cow Herd Management, and Eco- nomics of Hay Production. The producer panel will be local producers talking on Wintering Beef Cows. The after dinner speaker this year is Dr. Ann Wells from Fayetteville, Arkansas. Dr. Wells is a veterinarian and was in private practice prior to working with the Na- tional Center for Appropriate Technology. NCAT runs the ATTRA project, an information and education center for sustain- able agriculture. She provides information about alternative health practices, organic pro- duction and the impact of con- trolled grazing on animal health. She feels very strongly that the health of the animal is tied to the health of the soil and plants and that decreas- ing stress is important in en- hancing health. She teaches at numerous conferences and workshops about sustainable livestock health and organic livestock production. Please feel free to join us at any time during the confer- ence, if you are unable to at- tend at the start of the pro- gram. There is a registra- tion cost per person that will be collected at the door to help cover the cost of the confer- ence and the steak dinner. Those planning to join us for the conference and dinner will need to contact the Craw- ford County Soil and Water Conservation District office by February 6, for reserva- tions at 100-364-8732 or 573-364-6202 ext. 3. GLBL( CITY OF.CUBA STATDrT OF IIEBTEISS 12/2003, FISCAL 6/2004 ACC0IT TITLE ENTERPRISES - LOG-TEPJ4 DEBT: LEASE nusE -KI BONDS PAYABLE - TREATI4I? NR? LIP -FIRST COHXITY -I(ATgR BR CAPITAL LEASE PYBL - COPS SR03 SPECIAL  ?UNDS: LEASE PLCE - POOL STAR FUND LO - Ht.8 TOTAL LOHG TERM DEBT SHORT TERM DEBT TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS: 25,371.41 1,650,000.00 118,093.88 1,705,000.00 585,546.08 197,719.32 4,281,730.69 4,281,730.69 Keyboard therapy provides musical relief for Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan patient Margaret Rodgers was a patient being treated at Missouri Baptist Hospital- Sullivan when she first met Lisa Fisher, the hospital's activities coordinator. Fisher was interviewing the 93-year-old Rodgers to see what kind of activities she enjoyed. "She said, "I love to play the piano. I miss it so much," Fisher says. "So I offered to bring in my daughter's key- board." The next morning, Fisher brought the keyboard, and Rodgers began to. play. In fact, three hours later, the staff had to remove the keyboard from CHANGE IN FUND BALANCE FOR THE 0 MONTH PERIOD EN[XNG tsraoo3 Tm.e ....... CHANGe '.ram GENERAL FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED OENERAL FUND TOTAL 39,f192.e0 50,545.06 99,237.86 741.S ..... e51.25) 90.31 4e ee,.o ,.7 ELECTRIC FUND: CITY CONTRIBUTION TO CAPITAL RETAINED EARNINGS- UNRESERVED RETAINED EARNINGS - RESERVF.D 1 ,B,4.80 0.00 O.OO ELECTRIC FUND TOTAL 1,325,40B.88 317,505.13 1,J8,557.41 (114,43.48) 1,644,064.01 WATERWORKS & SEWERAGE FUND: CITY CONTRIBUTION TO CAPITAL RETAINED EARNINGS - UNRESERVED RETAINED EARNINGS - RESERVED WATERWORKS & EWERAGE FUNO TOTAL 1,483,319.87 0.00 1,463,319.87 05,833.75 52,57 958,832.32 ;61(Le7 116,10.g0 2,70,787.8B STREET FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED STREET FUND TOTAL 11,415.47 14,t.0g 0.00 25,571.56 1t,415.47 14,t56.0g 25,571 .$6 POOL FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED 2,725.47 8,33i .SB 0.00 0.00 ;L725.47 8..1.88 POOL FUND TOTAL 11,057.35 0.00 .... PARKS & AUDITORIUM FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED 20,77g.4 11,921 .O3 0.00 PARKS & AUDITORIUM FUND TOTAL 31,800.67 20,779.64 11,921.O3 31,800.67 AIRPORT FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED AIRPORT FUND TOTAL e, olsm (se.33) e,7.o4 0.00 0.00 0.00 m6. (.) 8,7r-.O4 Rodgers, bedside table so that she could eat lunch. Fisher also discovered that Rodgers use to have her own band--Margo and the Dixie Cats--and that she had played in the Sullivan area for many years. More recently, she had been entertaining people at the Senior Center in Sullivan. For the next couple of weeks, until she was dis- charged, Rodgers played the keyboard in her private room, taking requests from the nurs- ing staff. Visiters walking down the hall would stop and listen," saysFisher. Lisa Lochner, assistant administrator at Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan, and Rodgers, granddaughter appreciated the extra effort that Fisher demonstrated. "I think it's .wonderful that she went to the trouble of bringing in the keyboard. It meant so much to my grand- mother, and I'm sure that it made her stay at the hospital a lot more pleasant," says Lochner. I v g69t-0t-OOg-t 1 I m0'mL:,39e:.]rl'mOl' : I / .,:;r-;)1/, SUED1 aapufl ono]., u/ ""', /  -- .u , m,,.... , PqW  op 9 , I, " .'-..m*o ; JO ' tU I / .... logn 1t4 IJO] : t I ....... -. s't.  ram,,,,,  "1 i1--,:1 , RECYCUNG FUND: CITY CONTRIBUTION TO CAPITAL RETAINED EARNINGS - UNRESERVED RETAINED EARNINGS - RESERVED RECYCLING FUND TOTAL 6,e00.B 0.00 5,. ,4101.36 912.92 1,314.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 6,008 9122 6,9e0.94 NATURAL GAS FUND: RETAINED EARNINGS - UNRESERVED RETAINED EARNINGS - RESERVED NATURAL GAS FUND TOTAL 301837.03 (112274.47) 197,562.56 41,233.12 ,147..87) 426,090.25 CITY TRANSPORTATION TRUST FUND: FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED CITY TRANSPoRTATION"TRUST FUND TOTAL 0.00 On794.42 ...... 6192.74) 4213,794.42 (1,g02.74) CONVENTION & VISITORS FUND FUND BALANCE - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCE - RESERVED CITY TRANSPoRTATION TRUST FUND TOTAL 0.00 71)N.12 11,(B0.54 FUND EQUITY: CITY CONTRIBUTIONS TO CAPITAL RETAINED EARNINGS - UNRESERVED RETAINED EARNINGS - RESERVED FUND BALANGE8 - UNRESERVED FUND BALANCES - RESERVED INVESTMENT INGENERAL FIXED ., , TOTAL FUND EQUITY: I I ms,,ms.4 0.00 2,796,455.41 1,480,719.81 16,54%.61 1,506,2.42 ere,3ee.oe (sojm.o) soej.o3 e3,4m.7,5 se4.73 7,423.,m S02,825.10 ($2,.45) 44,.5 , SPECIALS