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rm xo('r PULASKZ TIM8-WLV. MOUNT I, UI,ASKL ILLINOI MARCH 27, 1941 TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE of Quaranflne lnst Corn Borer Springfield on March 21 Green issued a procla- ending all European corn quarantines by the state of The quarantine applied to L east of Illinois affected by Federal quarantine has lifted for some time. governor acted upon the of his director of Howard Leonard, who that the state insect pest con- ] con3znittee and the division of i .indUstry were agreed it was impossible to enforce quarantine since the breeds the borer is 1 by Winds twenty-five or dle8 and improving the I controls has proved much effective, Leonard said, and of his department in Will be to place full era- on control at the source. aaid the borer was found in NON-HIGM SCMOOL All[AS (8 GRADES) EDUCATIONAL RATEr" ..... 1.75 0 ! NON.HIGH D|ST. r GpADES EDUCATIONAL RATE UNIT DISTP.ICT AQF=AS rkllstm# it" LIP  jusw,b. EDUCA T 10NAL RATE  _._..__..___._.__ A bill permitting 12-grade dis-, tricts an educational tax rate of this problem for one 12-grade dis- $1.75 and a building tax rate of trict, Chicago, through special 50c, without referendum, was in- legislation called the 'pegged levy.' troduced in the Legislature this The Legislature should coane to week by Representatives Edward the rescue of the downstate 12- Hunter and David Hunter, both of; a unit district may levy more than TO ENROLL FOR CCA the $1.00 rate, and the difficulty APRIL 1 TO 20 in some cases of obtaining this l The state office of the Illinois approval, has caused the dissolu- Emergency Relief Commission ha ion of some unit districts in the downstate counties." Providing the twelve-grade dis- tricts with adequate basic support is essential not only in maintain- notified Miss Maud Mount of the I.E.R.C. office in Lincoln that the April 1941 OCC enrollment will be conducted only from April I to 20 and there will be no extension ing the few- districts that still 'Dr time authorized. exist, but to prompt reorganiza- The Illinois replacement reqtdslo tion into twelve-grade systems, tion for April will probably not i exceed 2500. In spite of increaaod opportunities f o r employment i many youths are unable to secure jobs because they are without ex- perience or training. Young men !enrolled in the Corps are better which are generally recognized as being the most efficient and eco- nomical systems of school organ- ization, according to the Education Association. All the gYPSy tribes Ulme ever l equipped for private cemploy ment little Raehel's love rebellion. 8he :i because they have had work ex- fled to her sweetheart in the good perience and training in specific skills and Jobs. old American way, but so tangled l The Civilian Conservation Corps tribal cmton that nobody kncm  enrollment provides c o m p 1 e t e Just what's going to happen next. maintenance and $800 monthly Read what a headache the Judges 'cash allowance; $700 a onth and deputy shert had, and are i savings account and $15.00 a still having, trying to straight em 'mnth for the mlpport of the en- i rollee's needy dependents. grade districts by removing the it out. as told in the Amerlkm Ilhnois counties last Rockford. but not in such numbers as According to Mr. Irving F indicate that they would'Pearson Executive secretarY ox  I-- ' " n AssociatiOn, a serious menace, i the Illinois Educatm ".% rank injustice now exists in ALONG HIGH [the maximum tax rate permitted ANI) RAIIO.MDS Iwithout referendum to diSh:ir ! elve ades. " hnoia law "the Corm-Ms- I supporting tw .. gT .... with- of Hi hw-a s shall anual- maxirnnm educatzonaL r.. . g Y while m the Drouer season to pre- out referendum is but $1, spread of the same, de-I non-high school areas a $1.75 rate cause to h destroyed all I is permitted without re.fer.en?ul .btleCanddal?othtl(e s Ru s 1($1 to the elementarY aLStmc .... sion. which states: "From the standpoint of general administrative efficiency and econ stay, there is doubtless more to be said for unit school organization than for the dual system prevail- ing tlroUgh much of the State The trend in the direction of an in- crease in high school districts is thus to be regretted, especially since the tendency is probably in large part a result of tax rate limitations that discriminate a- i gainst the twelve-g rade units." Rid roads---within their re- educational rate without referen- Publication No. 18 of the Re- towns o districts." dum ($1 to the elementarY dis-search Department of the Illinois Department of Public trict and $1 to the over-lying high Legislative Council was also cited by Pearson, which states: and Buildin or the coun- school district.) .... a;=. ,,. educational rate of $I00, e ..... gs ....  ,,Twelve.p-fade districts at= .... .. _easarv for an ele- ** enclent OI mgnways .- * .;=crimina-ifrequenuy "., -- for a high- ' law "attend to the de- ! appearing oecause w ,_,^o ,r- ! mentarY distmct' " _,,.. ,a e- ! - tax raL= v  - " is enera-y "' n of such weeds, thxstles t.ion ut um ..... In school dLstmct, gl . _ :^ . m a te aid I mitted without rezerenau._ ..... +, for a unit dtstrtcL w..-. .... upon all sta i -- . ..... -.+ xised m  .... _ .....  th. The rae law further provides i1938, 141 umt ?:Uonl7-119 are ercises the tuncuo ...... the duty of all highway I Illinois ann ,, - present unfair discrimination." Weekly, the m.gazlne distribut edI Bur clover is adapted to the Pearson pointed out a recent tth next week's Sunday o i richer, more highly improved soils report of the Illinois Tax Commis- Heraid-Amerkan. i in Georgia. FREE OIL 5 Gallon Every Week Ask Us i, BONDED GAS and OILS BETTER cHEAPER BROWN'S SERVICE STATION MASTER'S SALE, Of the Late Mary and John W. Keys Farm and Residence capanies to exterminate Weeds growing on their and imposes a pen- failure to do so. Accord- One Illinois court decision a can not be penalized if it an honest effort to sup- nOXious weeds. appear that under the given electors at town to prevent the introduc- and dessen4nation of thistles or noxious weeds, could iraose reasonable on corporations and relative to the destruc- erich weeds. cited above are in the I Statutes, chapter ; chapter 121, sec. 150; 139, sec. 39. 1 h'-d girls are eligible in many contests, which they may win ad receive valuable ex3er- bSJ,:O0 to $3.00 PAID FOR (_O HORSES & CATTLE" "t Price depending on lze and condition) " Pay for Dead Hogs R,endering & rt,l,zer Compan Y ll Lincoln, Illinois e: Lincoln 356 and Reverse i he MASSEY-HAIIIIIS 1! Plow... T With CONSTANT CLEARANCE e Kande  at 'my plowlnq depth--4h" the new N0.28 wit htat Clo4anco LUt. Unlilm ordain=r1' plows, the No. 28 alwa IvN Tou 7 " cleaznCe above qout level aon the lift is applisd --even when you're plow- nq 1o r 12 lnchN deep. Doe, ble torqed-to-fit Croea Itmcm: Kdluabl o-tln whl beariaqs: and many other the MasNy-Harris No. 28 flum jdoal plow foz today's fast tm ter opemtton- SEE iT TODAY A" 21 FARM SALES N.w. s Consisfinq of, 79.3 acres Rrt Grade Logan County Land -- And Modern Residence in Sec- tion 34, Oran Township, im- mediately adiolnlnq Beast. To be sold at p1IC AUCTION in 2 tracts, as the farmland, the residence tract and then as a whole, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1941 2 O'CLOCK P. M. AT WEST DOOR OF COURT HOUSE, LINCOLN, ILLINOIS Th l some of the best land In Logan County, amply im- proved and in high state of fertility. TERMS: 20e on day of sale, balance upon approval by Court. To be sold free froa all encumbrances including taxes for year 1940, payable in 1941 and faxn, land subject to lease expiring March 1, 1942. purchaser will be entitled to all rents for current year. Master in Chancery Leland P. Miller, Attorney. C.W. WolperL Auctioneer.