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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SAIE FOR PENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO PENT - TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES ) A DOLLAR--Person whose IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- name appears in our other two[ serve LOWER PREMIMMS -- ads will be given one dollar if i and you get them at Reeves they call for it before next Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone V, ednesday. --Western Auto OR 4.5731. (tf) Asso. Store, bit. Pulasi, IlL FOR RENT: 6 room house in Bea- ..... I son. Write Wayne Buse, RR, FOR SALE ] Chesmut, Ill. i)OR SALE: 250 bales of wheat l]  ! r" straw. No rain. Dean Scott, Mt. u, asn for Pulaski i A ,..,, = ]l SALE: Used Rheem 30-gal. .. . . : electric water heater Norman Eastern money olieren veterans. Schahl, Phone SW2-5737. "No Down" SALE: 1959 Volkswagen, in good condition; 1954 Hudson Sedan. Bill Prather, SW2-5357, Mount Pulaski. 2.23) SAIE: Clovers, Alfalfas, grasses, mixtures formulated to Your needs. Seed Oats, Seed Sns, Seed Corn. Bulk garden - Chemicals. Wheelhorse garden tractors; Homelite chain Saws, Tryco weed sprayers. Parts. Compare our price and quality before you buy. Rent- SChler Seed Service, Chestnut, Illinois. (3-2) ::FOR SALE: Bay mare. Short, kid broke. Quarter type. Saddle horse. Mary (Holmes) Thomp- son. Phone Buffalo 36-44383. SALE! SAI..E! ON WIZ- BATTERIES... $4.00 TRADE- IN LIMITED (LESTER) TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (if) NOTIGS REPAIRING, fixtures & Helton Electric, 111 St., Mount Pulaski. SW 2-5925. (tf) TO PENT: 3 or 4 bed- home in Mount Pulaski. Ray Richner SW 2-3938. FOR PENT: 7-rooms and near Chestnut. Phone "IV REPAIR--Don Leon- South Spring St., Mount Ill. (tf) "I'E SERYIC: Fully free estimates. Carl Jr, Lincoln, Ill. Phone ttD AlL vlZARD BATTER- recharged free if in passenger STO r service. (Downing) Bring WESTERN AUTO AS. RE. 5 room. 2 00room -orne, on 2 lots. The forrfoer Dorwin Pope home or rnation, contact Mrs. Carl C,(x- e SW 2-5913. W AiWrED'--Young men 17 to 34 , With high school education and Physically fit to train for Rail- road Station Agents and Com- rnunieations positions. Start- ing Salary approximately $415 a month for 40 hour week, plus ve .r e, paid vacations and iayPsltalization and 7 paid hol o--  year. Free travel ann tanding retirement plan. urement of older men create mited opportunity for qual- S.. nOIIIOUS young men. ^-urt training period. If sin- _4?lY interested, write Box aCl o Times.News. Give name, yress, age, race, phone num- -" (Feb. 23-Mar. 2) 5 room modern home mile northwest of Chestnut. Mosier, RR4, Lincoln. 732-7291, Lincoln. CARTER LUMBER CO. c.Am00 SAW tfmbms, m.tal roofing, materials for evm PZmmu tmat lumb.r, Post pol SaWS $99.S0 up.  4-7449 znt m. w. # s mmwom No down payment. Quick sale for you MONEY RUNNING OUT OF THEIR EARS in New York. Lenders want Midwest veterans loans. Suburbans or small farms. Other types of improved property acceptable. Older hous- es okay. Any location. Any place in open countryside or in any village or city. Seller must take a reasonable discount for cash, as made permissible by Public Law 364 of 85th Con- gress, but your sale is quick and certain. Minimum loan a- bout $9,000. Maximum $15,000. A few up to $20,000. Monthly pa)Tnents on $10,000 are $55_23 plus taxes. All loans for 30 years. Thousands of distressed sellers have helper themselves by this means. Phone, write, or see us for illustrated booklet. T. D. HAVNER REALTY SW2-5478 - MT. PULASKI, ILL. Hlmrite: A man whose repu- tation wouldn't know his charac- ter if they met on the street. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ EYES Glasses Presm'ibed - Contact Lemms to solve the financial woes of the state government--a state gov- ernment that many say is facing a financial crisis. A House resolution calling for creation of a 15-man commission to study Illinois' revenue system was passed by a 157-4 vote. The Commission would include five members of the House, five mem- bers of the Senate and five citi- zens to be appointed by the Gov- ernor. TIMES.NEWS, Mount PulaskL HI. DAT, IMIUMLT  INI--Ii ii, STATE STARTS MOVE IILUNOIS AGRICULTURE FORUM TOREMEDY MONEY [DRAWS MATERIAL INTEREST CRISIS IN STATE ) An idea for a meeting of Col- Illinois legislators took the first, lege of Agriculture staff mem- day morning may be the key to long step recently in attempting lbers and businessmen dealing the wide interest in the with farmers and farm products Those interested in ' has mushroomed into an annual dairy products, grain, livex poultry and farm supplies : conference drawing nation-wide equipment get together to interest. The 1961 University of IlLinois topics of current interest. Agricultural Industries Forum to For example, the dairy group be held January 31 to February 1 will discuss the coming cmu.__p is the third meeting of this type. tition expected as milk cottoe Continuance of the event from trates come into wider use. year to year shows that agricul- interested in marketing farm tural college professors and bus- plies and equipment, such as m inessmen serving farmers find it chinery, fertilizer and ch worth while to get together to feed and buildings, have discuss current problems in different group meetings Modem Girl: One who memor- marketing farm products and in ed to discuss current trends izes it, serving ,farmers with needed sup- what they mean. Grain : plies and equipment, ing men will hear about the N 0 T I C E The first forum in 1959 drew pects of export markets. Liv I will not be responsible for about 500 agricultural industry marketing men will talk any debts other than my own. representatives. Last year about market locations and what it Robert Bakies, 700 participants came from 11 means today. Those interest lit (3.2) Mt. Pulaski, Ill, states and Canada to hear and poultry and egg marketing take a look at the changes discuss current business prob- NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2220 lems. Forum chairman, E. E. place in this industry. , NOTICE is hereby given to all Broadbent believes the 1961 for- Forum headquarters will be  : Garner House, one of the persons that Monday, the 3rd day um will draw interest equal to or of April, A. D. 1961, is the claim greater than that of the past two men's residence halls. Meals date in the estate of Minnie L. be served in the nearby : Mayer, deoeased, now pending in Tho program this year will fol- room. General sesslorm ' special group meetings win the County Court of Logan Coun- ow much the same pattern as conference rooms in the ty, Illinois, and that claims may previously. Only the speakers and be filed against the estate of the halls and other nearby decedent on or before said date the topics have been changed, ity buildings. Forum without the issuance of summons. Loading off the Tuesday morn- NORMAN C. MAYER ing general session, O. V. Wells, stay in the University ROBERT W. MAYER administrator of the USDA Agri- halls set aside for the co Executors cultural Marketing Service, will or, if they prefer, may e hotels or motels. ' ' William C. Bates, Jr., speak on 'rhe Economic Environ- Attorney (3-2) ment Confronting Agricultural Industries." Wm. R. Tincher, as- FOOD POSTER sistant director of the Trade Com- CONTEST WINNE Tommie Havener mission's Bureau of Litigation, Donald Wilson, son of Mr. and : REALTY CO. will discuss the question, "How Mrs. Willard Wilson, CiW, Suburban ml Much Control of Business by recognition as the overall Farm Properties Monopolies and Government Can Winner in the DeWltt 311 West Caoke St. We Afford and Endure?" Poster Program for school  : Phon 2.54?8- Mount Pulaski , The Tuesday evening general ren. session will feature University Donald's poster was President David Dodds Henry, winner over 150 entries whose subject will be 'I'he Un- many schools in DeWltt couV. :: iversity's Role in Agricultural In- Donald's poster was wirmet : dustries." Irwin A. Cochrun, di- the class, age 9- 12. Winne rector of the U. of I. Bureau of ago group 5- 8 was Dennis Business Management, will talk er. Winner of 13.19 age on 'I'his Business of Wheel Spin-was, Maria Elena Webb. ning." Plaques received by the On the Wednesday morning winners In the county, general session, Nicholas Nyaradi identical. director of the Institute of Inter- Donald Wilson also national Studies, Bradley Uni- award at the IAA Annual versity, will speak on "Compet- ing for having one of the 6  ing on a World Market." posters in the state and was high The special.interest sessions on in consideration when the Tuesday afternoon and Wednes- overall winners were sel,t U__ 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILMNOI ......... LEN LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium ,Imeslone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium Carbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - 4.69% Total Calcium Carbonales - 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts immediately. Each ton has enough carry-over f fine par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace eemen--C halt. Boron. Manganese, Iron. Zinc, Copper. FORD COMPANY ROCKY LIMESTOHE LINCOLN, ILl. 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