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H. MYRICK HONORARY IN MASONS Harold Myfick of Mt. been awarded the of Knight of the s of Honour, it was re- This honorary de. in the York Rite is conferred held the e in each of the four rite. Mr. Myrick one of the comparative of about 400 of the a quarter million North America to qualify served as Master of Masons of Mt. Pul. Masons of Lincoln and Select Commander of 'nandery, Knight , m 1942. He was to membership in Illi- and his election con- COnvent General of 129. A certif. has been tixty-four Priories in North America with a pre- "lee to ,,, l&e to say Thank fq  our friends and rela- ,& all the cards, flowers, we have received to  ,vorate our Silver Wed- A. Most of all, I or _tllk our daughter,  , th* planning and am to make our Open O t dry to remember. '"[ Melvin Sincerely, ,,.n a mr]ey S;y BAGS NOTICE OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED HIGHWAY PROJECT. Notice is hereby given that an opportunity for a public hearing is being afforded to all persons interested in the location and improvement of IlLinois Route 121 in Logan County, from a point approximately one half mile North of Mt. Pulaski, Illi- nois to the Route 54 overpass structure Southeast of Mt. Pul- aski, Illinois, a distance of ap- proximately 2 miles. The proposed improvement will consist of the construction of a 24 foot wide roadway with 10 ft. wide shoulders. ']"he Lm- provement will follow a new alignment along the east City limits of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois con- necting to the existing Illinois Route 121 North of and South- east of the City of Mt. Pulaski, IlII I I Illinois. Maps, sketches and other in- formation pertinent to the loca- tion and design of the improve- ment are available for inspection at the District Six Office of the Illinois Division of Highways, 126 East Ash Street, Springfield, Illinois. Any individual, group, busi- ness or public agency may re- quest that a Public Hearing be held regarding this improvement by submitting a written request to Mr. H. W. Monroney, District Engineer, 126 East Ash Street, Springfield, Illinois, 62706, on or before Atril 29, 1971. In the event that a request is received, a notice of the time and place of the Public Hearing will be announced and published. H. W. Monroney District Engineer Illinois Division of Highways I I .... -- INSURANCE ev, n h,ca#on Ben W. Ely Insurence Agency Bemam lmeheamel,,ml, mum lmolmt . Jl III | --- " I " TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971- Bob: Is it bad luck to have a cat follow you? Rob: That all whether you're a mou. depends on man or a lb wmm mini Ant IN Ilmm.,f/ I II I MODERN PLUMBING & HEATING specializes in Service and Sales of PLUMBING Kohler Moen HEATING - O,L - AIR -GONDITIONING PUMPS FixtUres, Faueets Monerief Monerief Burks FREE Estimates And Guaranteed Work. Also 24 Hr. A Day Emergency Service Calls Made When You Bring Your Business To Us. CALL 792-3333 between II I _ 8:00 A.M. & Evenings 5:00 P.M. 792 - 5859 what00 e4ee00 heat got that the others havefft? There is no heat that is anywhere near as clean as electric heat. Because other heats use a flame. And a flame needs air. Some of that air comes from the outside, bringing dirt in around doors and-windows. Dirt that wouldn't be there with flameless electric heat. And because you're not drawing in that dry outside air, you maintain a better humidity level. So you're more comfortable. Electric heat gives you a wide selection of heating systems. Heating cables can be installed right in ceiling and floors. You don't even know they're there. But you'll be living cleaner and quieter. And because the heat comes from the ceiling, you can put your furniture anywhere you want it. And there's individual room control. The same thing is true for baseboard heat. It's installed where you need it most. Like under windows and along outside walls where your room is coldest. Again you get individual room control. And then there's an electric furnace. A furnace that has no flame, so you get a cleaner, more even heat. And ff you prefer hot water heat, you can even have a flameless electric boiler. Thimk about what you're heating with now: the dirt, noise, and maintenance. Is it all worth it? To find out which electric heat is best, where you live or plan to live, contact your nearest Commonwealth Edison Qflice and ask for an Electric Heating Consultant. c. E.Co. Commonwealth Edison concern for your total environment