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Mount Pulaski, 8 IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 LATHAM COMMUNITY By Mrs. Otis G. Howe, Sr. Mr and Mrs. Ed Culp, have their two grandchildren Kevin and Lori Rust of Seattle, Wash., visiting them for several weeks. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rust. Mr. and Mrs. "Bob" Buckles spent Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buck- : les and family. Otis G. Howe returned home Wednesday of last week from the DMC hospital where he was a for three weeks. THANK YOU We wish to thank our neigi- bors for their help in combining the oats and doing the chores while "Otis" was a'patient in the Decatur-Macon County hospital. who helped were, Wilbur Seefeldt, Dick and Darrel See- feldt, Glyn Purviance and David Erlenbush. We deeply appreciate it. Also, Leo Letterle who worked the roads. Otis and Lydia ttowe. : Richard Howe, son of the Ken- Howe's, is spending the re- : mainder of his school vacation his parents in Latham. Mrs. Ray Hampton and son 'Kent of Houston, Texas, are visit- ing with Mrs. Hampton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Scheetz. Families of Mrs. Hanna Smith of Argenta, had an all-day out- ing at Forrest Park Sunday. In the group were: Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith and son, Fleta Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and ram- all of Argenta; Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family, Bloom- Ington; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Caplinger and family, Kankakee; and Mrs. Gilbert Sfnith and family of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. : Frank Smith and family, Orena; and Mrs. Everett Howe and :family of Latham. Alvin Dial, tenant farmer for Wilbur Seefeldt, returned home after surgery in DMC hospital. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood weeks to frost, locusts ar- week. Those little black or scavanger bugs have been terible. No oats bugs yet. ppers plentiful. Mrs. Esther BrOwn of Ridgefarm Thursday for a few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heft. W. O. Galloway returned Sun- day from a visit with a niece, Bertha Carter and son at in Clay county. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam Birk near West Salem, Thursday. Ray Trowbridge and son John have returned from a trip to Ari- zona and Denver, Colo. Ray had tmumonia while there. No rain Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain Thursday, a golden sunrise at 5:30 a.m. Fri- day; raining by 6 a.m. Nice it i quit for evenings for the Sil-Ten- nial. Hot and sticky Saturday and Sunday, passed 90 mark. Dews like a rai Monday and hot. i So Decatur will try to stop some of this drunk driving. Only way is stop making and selling the "stuff". Mrs. Wray Heft and three child- ren of Lincoln spent Monday at the Win. Hefts. Mary Ellen went in after them. THANK, YOU ! It was a most successful cele- bration. To all those who helped in any way by giving time, mon- ey and knowledge, we say thank you -- to all those who came and were part of the audience we say thank you. It takes both groups to make any event a success. A- gain, we have witnessed the ges- ture of people of Mount Pulaski Community, holding forth their hands in cooperative giving. The vibrant glow that hangs over "blue mound" has been re- charged to enable it to continue shining until Jesus comes in all His glory. My humble thanks to all of you. Emagene Green. NOTE OF THANKS We wish to thank all commit- tee members and exhibitors who helped .make the flower show a great success. Mrs. A. J. Lyons (P) Miss Marie Sams CARD OF THANKS We want to thank all of our friends, neighbors and relatives for words of sympathy, cards, flowers and all other kindnesses at the time of the sudden death of our loved one, Clara Rothwell. The Family. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Board of Education of School District No. 204 in the Counties of Logan and Sangamon, State of Illinois, that a tentative budget for said School District for the fiscal year beginning July 1st, 1.961, will be on file and con- veniently available to public in- spection at the residence of Os- car Poffenbarger, Mt. Pulaski Illinois in this school district from @'e r,:; 1, ::!il INVEST SAFELY NO SPECULATIVE RISI or market worries when you have an in- vestment account here. Wln'le your investment produces income at omr current rate of 0 pro. annum, your money is safe, free from fluctu tion, and always worth :100 cents on fle dollar. Geta sure return ev time. Open your in- vestment account tiffs week. LINCOLN SAVlNC5 KICKAPO0 Logan Co.'s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Since 1883 BROADWAY &  LINCOLN, ILLLINOIS and after 9 o'clock A. M., on the 4th day of August, 1961, at a reasonable time. Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said budget will be held at 7:30 o'clock p.m., on the 4th day of Sept., 1961, at Birks School Bldg., in this School District No. 204. Dated this 2nd day of Aug., 1961. Board of Education of School District No. 204 in the Cotmties of Logan and Sangamon, State of Illinois. By Oscar Poffenbarger, Secretary. AN ORDINANCE An Ordinance amending Sec- tions VI. VIII trod IX of an ordin- ance of the City of Mt Pul=ski. Illinois, entitled "An Ordinnr.ce to classify, regulate and redistrict the location of trades and indus. tries and location of buildings designed for specified residential basiness and other uses; to divide the entire municipality into dis- tricts with respect to carrying out the purposes of this ordin- ance, to specify and regulate use of land and buildings; to prohibit uses, buildings or structures, and alterations thereof, that are in- compatible with regulations pro- vided in this ordinance, and to prescribe penalties for the viola- tion of its provisions," passed and approved September 16, 1952. Section One. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Mt. Pulaski, Illinois that Section VI of an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to classify, regulate and redistrict the location of trades and industries and loca- tion of buildings designed for specified residential, business and other uses; to divide the entire nunicipality into districts with respect to carrying out the pur- poses of this ordinance, to specify and regulate use of land and buildings; to prohibit uses, build- ings or structures, and alterations thereof, that are incompatible with regulations provided in this ordinance, and to prescribe pen- alties for the violation of its provisions," passed and approved September 16, 1952, be amend- ed, and the same is hereby a- mended to permit the use of any building or premises in the Resi- dence District for a Post Office. Section Two. That Section VIII ot the ordinance aforesaid be a- mended and the same is hereby amended to include in the Rural Bus:mess District the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot 50 in Obermiller's Pulaski Heights Addition to the City of Mt. Pul- aski, Logan County, Illinois. Section Three. That Section IX of the ordinance aforesaid be a- mended and the same is hereby amended to include in the Gen- eral Industrial District the fol- lowing described real estate, to- wit: Lot 8 except that part of said I in the Original Town, now _O.' of Mount Pulaski, lying .u and west of the right of way, r the Pekin Lincoln and l)ec,,,- iroJ Railroad Company, now Ill ,n- Central Railroad CompanY, *" gan County, Illinois, and also . Lot 107 in Obermiller's pulaS- Heights Addition to the ity Mount Pulaski, Logan CountY, Illinois, and also e All ttaat portion of the northwm..te: corner of the Northeast QU . of the Northwest Quarter o I tion 23, Township 18 .'- Range 2 West of the hird  cipal Meridian lying Ohle right of way of the m,,, . ,.^,. the Illinois Central Railroad t.. ff ow party as the same is laid o . ir acre, more or less. Section Four: All ordini or parts of ordinances in u- herewith are hereby repealc',ce Section Five" This ordin'll shall take effect and be n,) force and effect from aria ,egl its passage, approval and J publication as provided by,17uiY, Passed this 31st day o A. D. 1961. Approved this 31st day of JulY, Lot 8 falling within the railroad A. D. 1961. A, right of way) and Lots 9 and 10,1 $- all in Block 1 in the Originall Elmer Schaffen - MayO. Town, now City of Mount Pul-[APPROVED: aski, Logan County, Illinois, !A2q'EST: Also [ Carleton E. Drake All that part of Lot 7 in Block City Clerk. The magnet that may light a town It once was Just a laboratory trick. Shooting fiery fuel through a magnet to create an electric current. But research by investor-owned electric light and power companies-- there are more than 300--is helping to develop it into a promising new way to produce electric power effi- ciently and in great quantity. Its jaw-breaker name is mag-ne- to-hy-dro-dy-nam4cs I This is one of several revolutionary new methods the electric industry is exploring ... along with advanced research in new ways to transmit electricity and make it more useful to more people. The investor-owned electric co panies--we are one of them--are building and planning ahead to suP" ply the additional electricity cans will ant in the future.