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Box August 1, 1961 Times-News ible, Publisher Ill. Wible: of the City Council and myself, allow extend our sincere thanks for the tremend- t of publicity you gave Sil-Tennial Celebra- the wholehearted effort paper, plus the co-oper- the citizens of Mr..Pulas- the surrounding commun- k giving so freely of their and talents that made the such a great success. 1, Sincerely yours, uaer Schaffenacker, Mayor Whitefield, N. H. July 23, 1961 Wible: to join the many Mt. past and present -- hted with your note- nial issue. My to you and for a big job well done. special issue of the Times- back many memor- boyhood and early man- is hard to realize that Years have elapsed since Mt. Pulaski with high Lo make a place for my- the magazine publish- My first job in New Paid me only $15 weekly Was quite a few years be- reached the $75 mark. to the young peo- is -- don't expect too soon. I depreciate of many young peo- to expect to breeze College and through life a lot of hard work and discouragements. I pent a very pleasal t at The Mountain View and expect to leave fro August 1st. I have enjoy- games of golf. My best 84, but this is not a thanks for yotir sketches members of the Von- family. best wishes to you and and to all the people Sincerely, Henry L. Vonderlieth. SERVICES FANNIE RATNER of Mrs. R. E. Rat- former Fannie Ralston Pulaski who died in Times-News Day Late --- Sorry ! The Mount Pulaski Times- News isn't satisfied to make history in just one instance, it has to do it twice -- the head way. It wasn't the human ele- ment that broke down under the pressure of the past year and week, but the mechan- icaf element. Late Monday afternoon two heating ele- ments on our Intertype burn- ed out. It was not until Wed- nesctcry morning that repairs were made. For the first time in almost 30 years the Times-News comes to you a day late, this week. Oh yes, and by the way. We are running a "couple ` of extra pictures this week. That slowed us up some, too. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sunday even- ing, July 23, at the age of 74 years, arrived in the city early Thursday, July 27. They were tak- en to the Schahl funeral home, where funeral services were held at 2 p.m., in charge of the Rev. P(,monic Laferskt of Cedar Rap- ids, Iowa. Burial was made in the Mount Pulaski cemetery. The obituary was printed in the July 21st issue of the Times- News. Relatives from a distance at- tending the funeral were: Cedar Rapids, Iowa: A. E. Rat- her, the Rev. Domonic Laferski, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church. ?,Iadison, Wise: Robert A. Rat- i net. Estherville, Iowa: Miss BesS Ralston. Shellsburg, Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Beatty and daughter Doro- thy. " Moline: Forrest P. Ralston. LeRoy: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston. Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. Har- man Lushbaugh. REGISTRATION AT HIGH SCHOOL AUGUST 7th and 8th Freshmen and upper classmen who haven't registered should do so Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 7th and 8th from 9 to 11:30 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. and 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. On Monday, students whose last names are from A to M should register, and on Tuesday, those from M thru Z should do likewise. Schools in Mount Pulaski and area, will start August 28th. Eskimos: God's frozen people. MUNICIPAL SERVICE OCCUPATIONAL TAX BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Mount Pul- aski, Illinois that: Section 1. A tax is hereby im- posed upon all persons engaged in this municipality in the bus- iness of making sales and service at the rate of one-half of one per cent of the cost price of all tang- ible personaI property transferred by said servicemen either in the form of tangible personal pro- perry or in the form and real es- tate as an incident to a sale of service, in accordance with the provisions of Section 8-11-5 of the "Illinois Municipal Code" enact- ed by the Seventy-Second Gen- eral Assembly. Section 2. Every supplier or serviceman required to account for Municipal Service Occupation Tax for the benefit of this mu- nicipality shall file, on or before the last day of each calendar month, the report to the State Department of Revenue required by Section Nine of the Service Ocupation Tax Act, enacted by the Seventy-Second General As- sembly. Section 3. At the time such report is filed, there shall be paid to the State Department of Revenue the amount of tax here- by imposed. Section 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to transmit to the State Department of Revenue a certified copy of this ordinance not later than five (5J days after the effective date of this ordin- ance. Sectina 5. This ordinance shall be published within ten 10 days of its enactment as pro- vided in Section 1-2-4 of the l "Illinois Municipal Code" enacted] by the Seventy-Second General I Assembly and shall be effective[ from and after the first day of the[ calenda month next following the expiration of the ten (10) day publication period. This ordinance shall take effect on the first day of September, 1961. PASSED this 31st day of July, A. D. 1961. Approved: Elmer Sehaffenaeker, Mayor of the City of Mount Pulaski, Illinois. ATTEST: Carleton E. Drake City Clerk. ARTICLES that were lost dur- ing the Sil-Tennial Week, may be picked up at the City Clerk's off- ice. SEE US BEFORE BUYING MONUMENTS or Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS LATHAM, ILLINOIS Mt. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY or NIGHT Our Phcme Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount PulasKi, Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE DON'T TAKE CHANCES! eChanical failure is a contributing factor in any accidents. Don't take chances with your il kee our car m top con m. "Y or yourself -- p Y " . " tion ! Yet us check the brakes, lights, steer- qlg and tires today! You can always de on to keep your car in the very best conamon. HAYES GARAGE SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL it I0 BIG DAYS FrL Aq. 11--(hildren's Day Gmes, ctnte, kildrn's ontetnmenl Set. Aq. 12-Labor's Day 5peoel eppem'ence--Grand Old OlwY Sin. Aug. 13--Yeterens Day Parades, bcmds, drum & 5ugle cetln / Aq. 14-Ladies: Day Gtl  texte slum in Imr, et's events Tues. Aql. |S-tingfietd md (ntrd om= hy Wed. Aq. 16--hl:ublimn Doy 111mrs. Aq, 17-Gevarmr's Day Fri. Aq. 18-Gdden Ago Day fqld event for senior tzoes Set. Aq. 19--Auto being y Grtoreme--tkky & vid Nelsol Ses. Auqj, 20--1blorcycle hcimll Dcr/ Daredevil mot'yde to(in 0 Ch'cmme--ikky l Drvid Melsol II I FREE GATE AFTER 5-P.m. I I I --