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14-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1971 TOWNSHIP ELEOTION RESULTS Mount Pulaski Township re- elected Joe Davis "(D) for road commissioner who was unop- posed in the Tuesday election. Davis polled 142 votes. Precinct 1 cast 42 votes, Pre- cinct 2, 44, Precinct 3, 23, and Precinct 4, 53. The directors of the free li- brary will be Cleda Stoll and Frank Passmore who were unop- posed. LAKE FORK TOWNSHIP Edward Sheehan, D, Inc., was elected supervisor and Otis Howe, Sr., D, Inc., was elected road Commissioner. Neither had any opposition. LAENNA TOWNSHIP In Laenna Township, John Scheetz, the incumbent Repub- lican, was defeated by a vote of 142 to 110 by Robert W..Howe, Democrat. Leo Letterly, D, Inc. was re-elected as road commis- sioner. He was unopposed. AETNA TOWNSHIP Orville Heft, R, Inc., polled 184 votes to defeat Kenneth Gerdes, D, who polled 53 votes for road con'ssioner. Gerdes was a write-in on the lallot. APRIL SHOWERS (Snow Showers, that is) The Rob-Rob-Robbins are bob-bob-bobbing and slide.slide- sliding along in the snow-snow- snow! March went out like a lamb but April was ushered in like a Lion. On Palm Sunday, Mt. Pulaski residents awoke to see a blanket of snow covering the ground. It looked more like White Christmas than Palm Sun- day. Monday, another snowstorm blew into town and once again the ground was covered with about an inch of snow. How- ever, the temperature moderated Tuesday morning and, by noon, the snow had melted. We need the moisture for March was the driest in 13 years. However, this time of year, we would prefer that it come down in the form of April showers rather than snow showers. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 7 l-P-30 Notice is hereby given of the death of Willis H. Ayers; that Letters Testamentary were issued March 25, 1971, to Willis J. Ayers, Virginia, Illinois. The attorney for the Executor is Harris & Harris, Mt. Pulaski, Illi- nois. Claims may be filed within seven months from March 25, 1971 (date of issuance of Letters), and any claim not fried within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that period. Lynn D. Gilchrist Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, Illinois (4-22-p) Harris and Harris Attorneys Mt. Pulaski, Illinois t i I ,, Regular Meetings tASOtqtC First Thursday 8:00 P. M. Ftt Uour 8:oo P. M. K. T. MAND- Second Thursday 7:30 P. M. ETFERN STAR Secoud Monday 8:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M. -" | Illll I 2- AUTOMOBILE TIRES to be given away each month YOUR CHOICE - - NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Need Not Be Present Drive in and get ticket stub COLEMAN'$ GULF SERVICE Mr. Pulaski, Illinois Oscar's the Star HOLLYWOOD'S BIG NIGHT comes up on Thursday, April 1 5, this year when the Acad- emy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents its Oscars for the best achieve- ments of 1970 in 22 cate- gories of filmmaking. Scores of celebrities from the enter- tamment world will be on hand. and a record TV audi- ence is expected. Bob will be one of Best Friends of Oscar, will present the Awards at 43rd Annual Awards g'am, which will start at p.m. (PSI') 00urgti Paints Sale Two dolb00 and 00enty- e'tght 00nes off Wallhide on Latex Flat Wall Paint. The great latex cover-up: covers in half the time. No need to fill and sand hairline cracks, and the one-coat process easily covers most stained or dirty surfaces. Wallhide dries in {hirty minutes and brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47*: Now only $6.19 gallon. One dollar otf on 00nhide00rmE00o Satinhide is a must for repeatedly washed woodwork in kitchens, bathrooms, and children's rooms. Goes on easily, dries quickly, and it now comes in hundreds of colors to match Wallhide Paints. Regularly $3.43*. Now only $2.43 quart. Two dollars off on Color Tones. Semi-transparent wood stain. Enhances the beauty and texture of wood. Preserves and protects, too. Great for shingles, siding, fences, and out- door furniture. Eleven cc,',ors to choose from. Regularly $6.97". Now only $4.97 gallon. Only $|49 , 9" Roller & Tray Special. Regularly $2.29". Top quality -- the perfect applicator for Pittdaurgh Paints. ! FARM HARDWA .ram am