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PAGE FIVE MOUNT PULASKI.TIMES-NEWS PICTO'RI00 MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1951 NUMBER 39 DEMOLISHED BREAD TRUCK of Schulze Baking Co.. Sprmfftie!d in Which Robert Claypool. driver, met instantaneous death at a Lake Fork crossing when an Illinois Central freight hit his truck early Saturday mormng.--Times-News Photo. WILLIAM BRADY, who will serve as program director of Lincoln's new radio station, WPRC, hleh is now' on lh(- air ear, h day from 6:15 A.M, to 6:KJ P. M. Bill is lh, ,on of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brady of Mount Pulaski. SIGNAL POST of Illinois Central which was wrecked when the Schulze bread truck crashed in- to it early Saturday morning after being struck by freight. Times-News Photo. RADIO STATION WPRC, owned and operated by the Prairie Radio Corporalion, in Lincoln, will be on the air starting this Thursday at 6:15 A. M., and will be continuous until 6 p.m. every day of he week They're a 500 watt station, 1370 on your dial. Pictured are 1. to r.}: Saunders Devine, satesmanager; William Brady, Mount Pulaski, program director, and Miss Mimi Gordon, Lincoln, receptionist .secretary.