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ANNUAL REPORT --omeco....-- Mr. PULAS RURAL nRE PROTZC'nON DZSTmCr .(Continued from page 1) We, the Trustees of the Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Protection District, lCkY House This tour begins at make the following financial report of the receiptsand disbursements and cash balances pertaining to the fiscal year oeginning June 15, .'J, Friday evening, at 11 a.m. ! 1960 and ending June 14, 1961. "Urday and at 2 p.m. Sunday. Iune 15, 1960 . Balance on hand there will be a fish and The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski ........................................ $ 1771 starting at 5 p.m. A The First National Bank of Mt. Pulaski ............................ 250.03 show will be featured at Bank of Chestnut ........................................................................ 184.28 the Mt. Pulaski Sil-Ten- State Bank of Comland ............................................................ 117.49 Band will be intro- RECEIPTS at 8:00 p.m. and the Queen June 15, 1960 Co. Treas., Taxes ................................ 12,500.00 will be presented be- Nov. 14, 1960 Co. Treas., Taxes ................................ 47,20 the dance which begins at Dec. 5, 1960 Co. Treas., Taxes .................................. 6,726.07 events will be opened ball game at 10 A beef Bar-B-Q dinner will at 11 and continue through-: day and evening. During there will be a kid- games and contests game between the Old of Elkhart and the Mt. Brothers of the Brush. The of the Homecoming will before the Saturday dance, which will feature of Herman Girdler and afternoon there will be cream social on the fire lawn. The Lincoln State Band will entertain dur- the afternoon. Concession by the high school class- the Scouts, and Hachett'stt' be open throughout the i Homecoming, which is by the Elkhart St. Clara's_Hospital Auxil- Sara Bush Unit of Me- Hospital Auxiliary, and, Anqerican Legion and A. DUNNUCK IN CHICAGO Wilmeta Gladys Dunnuek of Chestnut community, member of a pioneer faro- in Chicago Friday, July here she had resided for She was aged about 75 was born near Chest- Sept. 8, 1886, a daughter L. and Emma Frances Donnan. She received her in the Chestnut and attended the old Pulaski high school for and graduated from the school. married Albert Braka in 1908. She later mar- DunnuclL and they m LinColn before going He passed away in Dunnuck was a mere- St. $oachin's Catholic in Chicago. is survived by two Mrs. Alberta Lange of nd Mrs. Howard Bushell one brother, Ralph of Chestnut; five grand- lVlrs. Mary Jane Gold- Washington, D.C.; Ro- and Mrs. $oan of Chicago; John Bush- and William Bush- nine greatgrand- one great grandchild. were removed from to the Schahl Funeral Mount Pulaski, arriv- night, and where was said at 8 p.m. Many old friends from here to say the Ros- was in charge of the M. Krewer. services were held at July 11, in the Aquinas CathoKc High Mass pastor, the Rev. was made in the La- west of Chestnut. were: Robert Gold- John C. Bushell Bushell, of Lincoln; Coogan and Arie from a distance at- funeral, were: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ro- and Mrs. Joan of Chicago. ray friends and rel- Cards, flowers, visits While I was a pail- hospital, also to my home. A you" to Rev. Bur- Visits and prayers. I that was Total Receipts Totul EXPENDITURES Retirement of Notes and Interest ............................ 120.00 Bank Box_ ......................................................................... 11.00 Fire School ...................................................................... 194.71 Truck Licenses & Testing ............................................ 40.00 Services & Atty. Fee ...................................................... 227.08 Insurance ................................................................ - ....... 1,2392,6 Fuel for Fire Houses ...................................................... 633,21 Equipment & Supplies .................................................. 568.44 Telephones ................................................................... 775.26 Anti-freeze, gasoline & oil .......................................... 181.87 61.95 Painting .......................................................................... 7.43 Pting ............ : ............................................................. 12E41 Electricity ...................................................................... 272.05 Repairs ........................................................................... Total Expenditures June 14L 1961 - Balances on hmld .................................................... | 2,1.41 The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski ........................................ 840.97 The First National Bank of Mt. Pulaski ............................ 493.33 Bank of Chestnut ........................................................................ 6282,2 State Bank of Cornland ............................................................ 7682,9 Tcdkxl S 2,731.41 Thos: A. Gupton, Pres. Clyde Febus, Sec'y. Andrew Wiggers, Treas. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of June, 1961. Harriet Bender, Notary Public.. ANNUAL BUDGET , AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE An Ordinance termed the combined annual budget and appropriation ordinance in and by which tl body does appropriate such sum or sums peases and liabilltfes of me mc J sLu, f-- =,u: tecUve District",. Logan County, lUmO sot use uscm specifying  _ .YJ'w'_ t cue made and me mmoun a]wt,,u for each object or purpose, BE IT ORDAINED by the President and Board of Trustees of the "Mt. Pulaski Rural Fire Protection District," L0g.an County, Illinois: Sectim 1. That the fiscal year of this District be and the same hereby is fixed and declared to be from June 15, 1961, to June 14, 1962. Sectkm 2. A. Cash balance on hand at the beginning of the be- ginning of the fiscal year on June 15, 1961...;.:.:::.....=;.;$ 2,731.41 B. Estimated cash expected ro be recewea from ms during the fiscal year of June 15, 1961 to .:.$21275.00sources June 14, 1962 ................ ;:.: ................ : ........ ="='"";"-'"thi'-'" C. Estimate of the expenmmres contempm mr e "e, 775 00 cal year of June 15, 1961, to June a: w...7.-:: .......... -;---,, D. Estimated cash expected to De on nana at me enu of the fiscal year on June 14, 1962 ...................................  231.42 Sectiou 3. That the following sum or sums of money or so much thereof as may be authorized by law, be and the same are hereby appropriated for the objects and purpose herein specified to defray all necessary expenses and l iabilRies of_the ':Mr. PeulRural Fe. Protective Disrtcit", Logan uounWj l',.migr t , " ginning June 15, 1961, ana enamg .ane , : 1. FIRE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FUND (a) For purchase of two fire trucks ........................ $8,000 (b) For purchase of fire fighting equipment.....$4,000 (c) For repairs to equipment. ................................... $ 300 (d) For gas & oil for fire trUCKS ................................ } 300 $12,600.00 2: BUILDING FUND (a) For construction of two firehouses .................... $7,600 b) For repairs to firehouses ..................................... .$ 500 (c) For utilities: (1) Heat .................................................... "_ (2) Electricity .......................................... 50 J (3) Water ..... - ............................................ 600 (4) Telephone ......................................... 3. 193 4. 00.8 17,270.97 $ 75.00 SALARY FUND (a) For compensation for firemen ........................ $-0- Cb) For salary of Fire Chief. ................................... $-0- (c) For salaries of Trustees ............................... $-0- (d) For compensation of attorneys ...................  75 ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE FUND (a) Insurance: (I) Compensation ................................ $I00 2) Public liability ........................ 100 (3) Fire houses ................................ 100 (4) Fire trucks ........ : ....................... 700 $I,000 (b) Publication expense ....................................... $ 100 (c) Printing, postage and office supplies ........ $ 100 (d) For organization expenses ............................. $ 100 $1300.00 5. CONTINGENT FUND For miscellaneous and contingent general expenses, unforseen and not including any of above items ............................................................... .. 5.O0 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS .................................................. w. ,'r/,'uu 4. That the unexpended balance of any item or items vf any appropriation made by this ordinance may be guaranteed in making up any deficiency in any item or items under the same gener. al appropriation and for the same general purpose or m a dKe ap- propriation made by this ordinance. -tio- 5. That should anY clause, sentence, of this be declared by a court of be not the as a whole or any part thereof other than the part so declared invalid. 6. This ordinance shall be in full force and and after the date of its passage, approval and due as provided by law. PASSED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND APPROVED THE PRESIDENT OF THE "MT. PULASKI RURAL FIRE TION DISTRICT" and deposited and filed with the Board of Trustees of said fire protection district this 3rd 1961. THOMAS GUPTON, SR. President of the Board of Trustees ATrEST: Clyde Febus District Secretary MARILYN REEVES MARRIED [ Elkhart Christian Church ' SUNDAY. JULY 2rid [the Rev. John Webb of L'", Miss Marilyn Reeves, daughter[Officiating. of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reeves[ Following a wedding trill !of Broadwell, and Donald G. Lan- ! and Mrs. Lanterman will ! ! terman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don- ] in Elkhart this summer and ald G. Reeves, Sr., of Elkhart,]schoo1 time this fall, ,ill were united in marriage at 3 p.m. J Prophetstown where he on Sunday, July 2, 1961, in the teaching position; What's Planavac? /: A new Ydee mc.ey! Your m m individual as your fingerprints. But Planavac, by d elemon  helps you take out of fut=e pb00. F'md key to .... adequate fsmtly prottion...end today for a tial Idormatloa car& Call or m yo  pmmati. Kennefh Johnsoe MOUNT 0Nm00 mrs ce, KmJm Q 41  Phone SW 2-3964 IF YOU YOU WANT your savings to bring a full six months' return on December 31, 1961 . . . be sure to save before July 15thl Any savings Iccount opened before July 15th---or any savings add- ed before that date---will ear nfrom the very first day of the month. Make it a habit to get your savings in every month on or before the 15th! It's one of the extra advantages of sav- ing here ! curtont rate . per annum i   i Logan Co.'s Frleudly, Profitable Savings Center Since 11185 BROADWAY & @ LINCOLN, KICKAPOO ILLLOIS