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DEFT OF ARMY cus the depot status. Mayor NOTI OF  DATE Grohne reported that a decision Doe.R Numb 2W CLASSIFIED SECTION Jl MAKES OrrlCtAL lwas to be reached within 30 days NOTICE is hereby f6 to all_ ,,E' ....[.--_--'---2_ -.----.-....... l[ ANNOUNCEMENT 1on the future of the local depot, lrsrk.:hat ' MAnanaY'/9l  /o-FOR SALE B;yrUJAE;TI E- FOR RENT - LOST - FOUND I ' " " de " * ......  ......... W DE --Comunicator. Decatur Signal I :h:de::nted'l h: De': claim.date in the estanow  tical ]] WANTED * JOBS WANTED - NOTICES j Corps Depot. P.,.,--?_+ tx *h" Arm,, :ha news "O,-lln'tte aunurt 'I ^ ,j, ] Chmaxmg a 1 ) weeks period of story released at 2:00 P. M. EST: gan County, Illinois, and  .1 . . ( . 3dltlllJlt VL t - J L/l i *J ,,HfWIN A DOLIR--Person whose ki Phone SW2-5285. I uneas) apprehensmn for depo 1 00 PM - CST), January 4 1961, clmms may be filed against -7"$ name appears in our other two I employees, an official announce- i L.hioh wa earri] bv the Decatur estate of the decendent on eea - ads will-be given one dollar if ment of the decision to close Poe';ie'w"in-i-afte--rnc)nedition. before said date without the IS- they call for it before next Wednesday. Western Auto Asso. Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE I:YEF.S FOR SALE: 75c on foot. $1.00 dressed. Mrs. Wayne Bplanford, Phone SW2-5426, Mt. n, the ter V, FOR SALE: 1951 Ford A-ton pick L. R up. Herman Bohn, Elkhart, Ill. board Phone 947-2025. FOR SALE: 1959 Volkswagen, in p de" good condition; 1954 Hudson dirt o Sedan. Bill Prather, SW2-5357, .I Mount Pulaski. 2-23) SAI.,EI SALE! SALE! ON WIZ. AI,D BAT"rERIES... $4.00 TRADE- with IN LIMITED TIME (John) :uild" Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) FOR SALE: One Hollywood twin you bcmplete with plastic head -",,. Priced cheap /or quick Sale. Excellent condition. Ever- offee ette Vaughan, Itham, Phone YO R. SALE 1 fiat-top desk. Phone aw 2-5313, Mount Pulaski. FOR SALE: Red Clover Seed. Test ys" 99 and 741100 percent pure. 94% u pal h FOR SALE: GE range, deep well, :: 3 burners, timer, good condi- tion; RCA Console TV, 21-inch, Up rotor and antenna; 3 table P; 1 desk lamp; desk; RCA ra player, 45 rpm; large ,  hassk with storage space; trmeyer electric mixer with r large bowl. small drop-leaf end ar  table, maple finish. Harold :d.  e, Mt` Pulaski. _ whO  FOR Si Roll-top desk. --- Cherry veneer. State Bank of ..land. - (2-2) Foe "-: State tested red clov- er i z, .. Wesley Laughery, Mt. w-K/f: }--  ALe wzan B AVTE.. (To_ .a.rged free if in passenger i ,-.mCk) car service. Bring u.._ m- WESTERN AUTO AS- WANTp TO RIIT- A house in r around Mount Pulaski. R. Brown, I11iopoli Ill. , ___ _ E SERVICE: Fully I xn, Jr., Lincoln, Ill, Phone e._ aances. HeRon Electric, 111 anent St., Mount Pulaski_'. .....e SW 2-5925. (tf) d'- ONE INTERESTED in obtain- co]reg .an established Toy and ting Card Business in Lin- 'i'_". write Box 237, Lincoln, (2-2) OU DRIVE SAFELY you de- e LOWER PREMIUMS -- and You get them at Reeves Agency, La,. ........ OR 4 - u,m, uanom, vnone ,.  HIONIlqGS in my home. Will also do baby sit.ng. l Allen, Mount Pulas- T CARTER LUMBER CO. I,,,___ = ..I I Oa -v.  4-449 1 I 2.2=-m'.mL#s I t marm ha.morn i R. L. WRIGHT NAMED DHtECTOR OF RADIO AND TELEVISION Richard L. Wright of Cham- paign has been named Director of Radio and Television Services for the Illinois Agricultural As. 1 sociation according to William W. Allen, Secretary of Information for the IAA. Wright replaces John H. Allen, who resigned to enter the real estate business. Wright, a native of Shelbyville, has been news editor at WCIA television in Champaign since 1957 and has been in radio and television news since 1952. A graduate of the University of Ill- inois school of journalism, Wright is married and has two children. : DHIA records show that cows producing about 13,000 lbs. of milk and 500 pounds of butterfat last year earned eight times as much money per hour for their owners as cows producing about 8,000 lbs. of milk and 300 lbs. of butterfat. Russia: A country that demands her rights in Europe and com- mands her lefts in America. I ommie Havener REALTY CO. C'l, Suburban and Fann Properties 311 West Cooke SL Phone 2.5478 . Mount Pulaski the Decatur Signal Depot was re- leased on January 4th by the De- partment of the Army. Recurring rumors about clos- ing the local depot have persisted Ior several years, without indica- tion of the source. When no ac- tion was forthcoming, the rumors gradually died out, but left a vague Ieeling of apprehension among some depot personnel. A newspaper story on the pro- posed closing action was publish- ed locally in October, stating "the Army was considering closing the Decatur Signal Depot" but that "no decision has been made ac- cording to a spokesman of the Arm}' Information Office in Washington". Speculation on the turn of events by local city officials and the Association of Commerce, augmented by statements from senators and congressmen, were featured articles in the Decatur papers during the ensuing weeks. Time out was taken on Novem- ber 30th to pay tribute to retir- ing depot commander Colonel William E. Kaley, and to wel- come his successor Lt Col Gerald A. Smith. The change in com- mand provided a temporary sur- cease to the inactivation public- ity. On December 9th, Mayor Rob- ert A. Grohne, Roger B. Pogue - president of the ssociation of Commerce, and Illinois political representatives met with Depart- ment of Defense officials to dis. 9ou 40n'00c hava WANTA00S LIME NOW Wilh Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GETI This will affect several workers from Mount Puloki, some of who may take advantage of a transfer to other installations. Sell it with a Classified Ad. ance of summons. Everett V. Koehle$, Leland Simkins, Attorney. Learn to swim, the life save may be your own ..... Custom Seed C SW 2.5743 Chestervale Elevatw" You Better Let Us Look into that motor if it isn't "perking" the way you'd like it to. A time- ly checkup now may save you many dollars later. Winter is still with us so why not insure "mo- tor.free" car operation. HOLMES Mount Pulaski, Illinois SAV l! COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDR Ou!i: Bag Mixed or Calcium. Carbonate . - 88.93% Blending of Magnesmm Carbonate - 4.69% NITROGEN, rnv#[----,-'u*cmuAqq:, Total Calcium Carbonates - 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered POTASH Limestone which is available and reacts immediately. TO FARMER REQU Each ton has enough carry-over'of fine par-Each elements--Co- Pho-,.--'- to: ticles to last several years. ton contains all the trace Rock ni'll ball Boron. Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Copper, ROCKY FORD DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT LIMESTONE COMPANY sos, LINCOLN , I.,INC, OLN. ILL. CONTACT PHONE 429 Logan Farm Service : Ed Hicke,jr, Dial SW 2.227 - Dean Weztb, Buffalo @4517