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from page 1) legalizing any form of for 'charitable, relig- educational or fraternal" we, as citizens, would support to the mistaken idea the end justifies the means. INSTITUTIONS OF EDUCA- are under scrutiny, today, determine whether or not they effectively preparing our for purposeful living. Link- education with lottery would a weakening effect on our objectives by which ., seek to develop full productive social sensitivity, of character, and spirit- awareness. By legalizing gambling to sup- our educational institutions are saying, in effect, to our "We adults are unable to you with an adequate except through the of funds via gambling." that the impression the adults Illinois want to give their tath? AND FRATERN- organizations must realfirm- I that consideration neighbor's welfare is par- and that compassion for can be the only worthwhile motive for support- enterprises. a benevolent (charitable or: organization claim to! in the welfare of if it can oly assist the with money gained gambling, which, in turn, to the loser and often him one of the needy? CHURCH, in planning for financial support, must re- among its members true motive for free-will giv- "namely, love for Christ, who Himself for the salvation all remains gambling, of its name, regardless use of the profits. of a religious commit- are concerned about obeying : moral law of God, which is in our government society. Therefore, the ques- "Is it moral?" supercedes question, "Is it legal?" moral wrong cannot be made through the passage of opens the doors to evils. The issue is bigger than the alization of what some have "innocuous parlor games primarily by a small of persons." games of chance become big business; con- it would attract hood- quickly. It might the opening wedge for Lg gambling oper- of Illinois, we believe not give its sanction to of chance because of its and potential dangers. In- it should give consideration the enactment of even more laws concerning gain- Reverend Paul P. Burdick, Mt. Pulaski Reverend John E. Muir, Mt. Pulaski Reverend Martin E. Rothe, Mt. Pulaski everend Ray O. Zumstein 4 Mt. Pulaski Reverend Donald Kirshner Chestnut Reverend Roy Trueblood, Chestnut Reverend $erald W. Burt, Copeland Professor Edward Tesh, Lake Fork rend John W. Horton, Cornland , PULASKI NATIVE :I;28,000.00 ESTATE A petition for administration of i estimated $26,000 estate of Norwood Clark, a Decatur Feb. 19th, was filed county court in Decatur, His widow and a dau. are named as heirs. was born in Mt. Pul- a son of Guy and Maude Clark. His father died in many years ago. His who is now Mrs. Maude still makes her home in IlL, THURSDAY. MARCH 23 ,LqSl HENRY BOCK, 83, of BEASON, DIED Henry Beck, 83, well-known known resident of Beason, II1., and a retired farmer, died at his home Friday, March 7, 1961, at 10:30 p.m., after an extended ill- ness. He was born Feb. 27, 1878, near Lawndale, Ill. ,a son of Adam and Louisa Wilmert Beck. In Lawndale on March 9, 1904, he married Minnie Awe, of that community. She preceded him in death in 1939. Decedent was a resident of Bea- son and vicinity for many years. He was a member of the Logan County Farm Bureau; member of St. John's Evangelical and Re- form Church in Lincoln, being on the church board; and, for sever- al years served on the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Board. Mr. Beck is survived by five sons, namely, Walter, of Beason; Carl A., Adam F., and Henry F. A. of Lincoln, and, William E. of Broadwell; one daughter, Hilda Beck, of Beason; a sister, Miss Louisa Beck of Lincoln; a broth- er, Adam Beck, of Beason; eight grandchildren. The body was removed to th( Holland & Barry Funeral Home in Lincoln. Funeral services were held Monday, March 20 at 2 p.m. in the St. John's Evangelical and Reform Church. Burial was made in the Union Cemetery at Lincoln. 1 MEMORIAM In memory of our mother, Mrs. William Sane, who passed to a highe expression of life, March 24, 1945: "Many long years have passed, dear Mother, Since you went to your home over there, But your memory always is with us, Mother, Your precious and loving care. And some day -- some time we'll be together again--- And to know that you all are waiting there, Makes life's problems easier to bear. Daisy, Mac and Charlie. NOTE OF THANKS I wish to express my appreciation for the thoughtfulness shown me during my recent stay in the hos- pital. Norbert Schroth. ============================ ....... advertise the coming event. We OX want to do our part, too, but just Times-News Dear Mr. Wible: Some of the ladies would be very happy to see a certain day say Wednesday or any day set aside as a day to wear our Sil-Tennial dresses. We'd love to put them on in the morning and wear them as we do our house work, run to the store, or visit a peighbor. As it is, we feel rather silly answering the door in our long skirts, and if we wear them up town now, people think we are going to a special meeting. Why make a dress to wear for the week of the celebration and perhaps a few special events? It seems a waste of time when so much FUN could be had with the "Swishing of Skirts"! Let's wear our dresses at least once a week, on a designated day. The men keep their beards, which a few wearing them, now and then, wouldn't be the attraction that a lot of Belles would create if they could have their day. The Belles shouldn't have to pay a fine if they didn't participate. It's just for us who really want to be a part of this Sil-Tennial. A Housewife. PTL TO HOLD BAKE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 25th The PTL of the Zion Lutheran Church will sponsor a Bake Sale at Walt Dannenburger's Modern Plumbing store on the south side of the square, Saturday, March 25, starting at 9 a.m. THANKS I want to thank all friends and relatives for the cards, letters and their visits, while I was a patient in the St. John's Hospital, Spring- field. Katherine Jenner. NOTE or mamm I want to say thanks tO: those sending cards, letters, and flowers during my the hospital, at my son's and since returning home-J I would like to thank those sent sympathy cards and Burdick for his visit at the death of my sister, May. Mrs. Celia REAL EST INSURANCE Farm A.W. Dial SW 2-5655 Corner Coo & Spa4n MOUNT ILASKL Words More Precious Than Gold "Well Done" "Whosoever Will" "Ye Are My Friends" "This Is My Body" "It Is Finished" "He Is Risen" "Behold, He Comeh" PRE-EASTER EVANGELISTIC MARCH 26-- APRIL NIGHTLY AT 7:30 P.M. MOUNT PULASKI CHRISTIAN PAUL P. BURDICIL MINISTER Mr. and Mrs. Roger Herbsleb In Charge Of Music MEETING 2 CHURCH HOW:TO-TELL A DODGE FROM A DODGE Identifying a Dodge has become a problem. Because now  price. Dart, the full-size Dodge, is priced model for model there are two. Compact Dodge Lancer. Full-size Dodge Dart. There is an obvious difference. Size, inside and ouL STANDARD OR COMPACT with Ford and ChevroleL The compact Dodge Lancer costs about the same as Comet, Falcon and Corvair. Get Dart, the lower picture, is the larger. But otherwise they YOU GE]'A GRF.AT DF00WITH to know them better. At your Dodge Dealer's, of course. are very much alike. th have a unitized, rust-pfed DOD6 E body. A superb ride called T0rsion-Aire. 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