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r ON of action-loving TV enthusiasts will take a of fancy on an International commercial years in the life of Cadet lawn tractor. The IH com- be shown on Tues- Saturdays and April 10 through "'Friend of the , this colorful, enter- aCtion presentation, at times on fantasy, 3b capacities and of an 2adet tractor, around m Rishel, Mt. few words, the story TV commercial stated, but added and taking just dea had to come approvals of t, selection Cameramen, director, and others es- making the corn- of all that, added, can you grow into teen-age; -" gamut from puppy doghood gray hair make its of take-over on But, believe doesn't seen throughout the Family", will be presented weeks of prime time on some of the shows in network is a list of the will Cadet commer- May Hockey 9, 2-4:30 p.m., Golf Invita- May 23, 4-6 concluded. L SERIES will be the subject series to be 13, under Logan Coun- Logan Court- of the series are and Edward The series in the Abraham Hospital in Schumer, Pro- University of of Medicine, and Services, West Administration Edward Win- of Medicine, College of Chicago, will session. Dr. Medi- Winslow will of the second Lyle Van Ness of will speak at the on "Hyperten- Will be divided into the first two for registered and nurses and personnel. The will be open to of the evening set. repeated this year, administration of and this year accredited by CHESTNUT EASTER EGG HUNT WINNERS Pre-School-Kindergarten win- 1st - 2nd Grade winners are ners are Rodney Stoll . 3rd Joe Vradenburg - 1st prize, prize and Brian Troyer- I st and Karen Geralds - 2nd prize and 2nd prize. Kim Chapman - 3rd prize. 3rd - 4th Grade winners are 5th 6th Grade Sandra Banfield - 1st prize and DarenMcCormick. Michelle Barry- 2nd prize. winner is the American Association of American Sciences. Fifth in a series of annual educational programs this year's program has been expanded to include all interested persons in the surrounding counties of Mason, Peoria, Tazewell, Cham- paign, DeWitt, McLean, Macon, Menard, Sangmort, Piatt, Chris- tian, and Shelby Counties at no charge. I PAINTING WALL WASHING WALL PAPERING 00AC'r BILL SHANLE I I I:OTECTION WANT THAT PRINTING DONE RIGHT AND STILL SAVE A BUCK JOB Services 0FFSET PRINTINS up TO 17t X 22i MULTI L ITH SERVICE 4 IBM SSLECTIVE TYPESETTINS SALES LETTERS PRICE SHEETS INSTRUCTION MANUALS ENSINEERINS SPECIFICATIONS ADVERTISINfl FOLDERS FINANCIAL REPORTS LEOAL BRIEFS 0FFICE & ACCOUNTINS FORMS LAYOUT & ARTWORK 4NEWS BULLETINS COLD TYPE - DISPLAY POST CARDS : PLASTIC BINDINE PERSONALETER S ADDRESS06RAPH SERVICE ZIP CODE MAILINS LETTER PRESS PRINTINS 4HOT TYPE /WEDDIN6 & SOCIAL COHPLETE MA1LINfl SERVICE " ANNOUNCEMENTS J BUSINESS CARDS Raised Lettering H.J. WIBLE Printing Co., Inc. MT. PULASKI ILLINOIS Phone/92- 5414 TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, !11.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971-11 HOW CAN IT BE? That one boy lies rotting from malnutrition and torture in a jungle prison camp in North VietNam and another boy spits and tramples on the flag of this country on the steps of the University of learning. That one boy lies sightless in a United States Naval Hospital from communist inflicted wounds and another boy uses a "communist flag to drape himself in defiance of the laws of this country. That one man of medicine be- gins his 13th straight hour standing over an operating table in pursuit of life for men serving this country and another man of medicine im- plores crowds of young men to refuse to serve their coun- try. That one boy holds the face of his dead comrade in his arms and cries pitifully in a dirty mud hole in VietNam and another screams with hate against his brother on the streets of American cities. That one boy lies in a coffin be- neath the ground because of his belief of duty to country and another Hes on a din D, cot giving blood to the enemies of this country. That one man of God shields a wounded boy from an enemy bayonet with his body and another man of God uses his cloth as a shield to preach hate, dissention and lawless. hesS. HOW CAN IT BE? Submitted by Jacqueline Creager 1Oth Dist. VFW Ladies Auxiliary Chaplain. I I I Meee00 lira  I W I A. lmlqlm gsl0 p. l sm mNt 710 P.M. RRIlClf Ul |roT. M. _ IIJ il _ JJ CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION STATE BANK OF LATHAM Of Lathm, lllinoit/Lad Fot, eign and Domestic Sublidiaries, s member of the Federal Reselve System, at the close of bul/neu on April 20, 1971, published in acconlance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal ReJerve Act. ASSETS I. Cash and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) $ 360,429.$1 2. U.S. Treasury securities $34,133.76 3. Securities of other U. S. Govent agencies and corporations 185,000.00 4. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 8,000.00 5. Other securities (including $3,750.00 corporate stocks 8,645.10 7. Federal funds mid and secudties putc under agreements to resed 200,000.00 8. Other loam 730,952.10 9. Bank  furniture and fixture,, and other assets representing bank premises 15,857.73 10. Real estate owned other than bank pre 6,300.00 13. Other aud 18.75 14. TOTAL ASSETS $2,049,336.95 LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuaL, partnerships, and corporations 695,637.47 16. Time and savings depmits of uah, partnerships, and corporatiom 667.59&72 17. Deposits of United States Government 11,097.20 18. Deposits of States and pofitical subdivions 495,018.31 21. Certified and officers" checks, etc. 5.00 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS $1,869,356.70 (a) Total demand deposits $ 87,215.55 (b) Total time and mvin depmita $ 993.141.15 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,869,356.70 RFERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt Imses on loam (m up pursuant to IRS rulings) 32. Reserves on securities 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $ 12,005.77 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 35. Equity capital, total (ram of Items 36 to 40 below) 167,974.48 37. Common stock-total par value 50,000.00 (1"4o. shares authorized 500) (No.  ouUtanding 500) 38. Surplus 75,000.00 39. Undivided profits 37,974.48 40. Reserve for eontinlmcies and other capital reserves 5,000.00 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of Items 34 and 35 above) 167,974.48 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS (sum of Items 28, 29, 33 & 41 above) 2,049,336.95 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits fur the 15 calendar days ending with call date $1,882,210.73 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 739,617.15 1, Dale R. Voile, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledlle and belief. Dale R. Voile, Cashier We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this xeport of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true sad G. E. Vone ) Anna M. Volle ) Directors Dan Voile ) 2,00.77 10,000.00