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PAGE TWELVE Hospital Fund (Continued from Page 1) [ tham took third place w_h a re- port of $452 which brings Lath- am's total of $1,672. In the allied towns. Emtlen re- ported $486 bringing their grand total to date to $,1458. Beason teams reported $777 making a grand total of $3,387 reported thus far from Reason. Atlanta and Em- inence reported $1,669 bringing their total to $2,809. Armington turned in $152 making teir total E - $457 to date. Lawndale had no report but have turned in $451 all . told. The San Jose previous re- port of $324. wa not increased. New Holland added $945 to their previous report making their grand total thus far in the cam- paign $3,682. Mason City folks were absent but have reported $356 thus far. Greenview, under ,the leadership of Rev. Clarence Beehler came in qth $112. Corn- land reporting $27 raised its total I oos00 no More .... To have your clothes MADE TO ORDER AT CLEAR'S International Tailoring Co. Agency i I MeCOIJ,UM'S CLINTONIA HAtE , -- CLLm THURS.-FRI. MAY 15-16 ' ON OUR STAGE The C. C. H. S. Special Orchesfra Presents "MAIIOOII HAIIE MLOaiE$" ON OUR SCREEN -"CK I E COOPER BONITA GRANVILLE in "Gallant Sons" i i ii i SATURDAY, MAY 17 --Double Feature-- I wffh Roy Roqers - Georqe "Gab- by" Hayes - Joan Woodbury Feafure No. 2 uadmm STANWY00 FONDA DREW LUKA No. 2 to $335. Elkhart with $335 brought its total score to $1,0,19. Mount Pulaski with $974 last night rais- ed its total for the campaign to $2,499. Latham made a fine stow- ing wqtl $452 which added to its Would Employ Former CCC Boys The Illinois Emergency Relief previous totals made $1,672. Mid- Commission was today authorized dletown turned n $203 for a to- to accept applications for em- tal of $276 thus far in the cam-I ployment in the Civilian Conser- paign. Chestnut reported $675 ] ration Corps from those who were which brought its score to $2,023. I honorably discharged from its ser- Hartsburg's $517 brought its total]vice not less than three months to $739. I prior to the date on which they COUNTY OFFICIAL GETS FEDERAL APPOINTMENT Lincoln, Ill.Hazold P. Niewold, deputy county treasurer of Logan county for the last two and one- half years, last Thursday an- nounced he has successfully passed federal civil service re- quirements and received an ap- i pointment as a substitute mail clerk in the United States railway mail service. He has been as- signed to the Chicago terminal and will report there for duty May 19. The appointment was received from A. G. Cross, superintendent of the Sixth division. / Weldon Frantz, of Atlanta, will be promoted to the chief deputy's ,position, County Treasurer T. O. Niewold said. wish to re-enroll and who are otherwise eligible for this employ- ment. Under previous regulations, the Commission was not ermitted to accept applications from former enployees of the CCC who been out of the service for than six months. had less The next C( enrollment in Illinois Will take place during the last ten days of this tonth, when achievement in driving a31 auto- mobile for twenty-five years With- out an accident. "A pen and pencil set were pre- sented to LukenbilI by Perry D. Inhofe, vice president of the corn-" party, at the luncheon held at the Abraham Lincoln hotel. "Lukenbill and his family have not been involved in an auto acci- dent and Lukenbill attributed the acccnplishment to ,courtesy driv- ing-giving the other motorist ev- Farmers 00Vill Vote on Quota With the wheat maxk ta referendum officially  ed for May the Agricultural conserva | l en more than his share of the road when necessary.' "The achievement is even more astounding in the face of the fact that the average autoist has an accident every five years, it was pointed out. ,Lukenbill recently renewed his car insurance qth the company for the twenty-sixth con- scutive year. the Commission will be authorized present: J. William Horsley, John the owner and the LOGAN VLL SEND NO MEN IN MAY Lincoln, Ill.--The Logan c6unty selective service board has been notified from state headquarters at Springfield that no contingent of draftees will be called from Lo- gan county to the induction sta- tion during the month of May, ac- . ..... cording to announcement Friday. ater BuildingL2.15.. Kickapoo St., ,lincoln llunols Merle Houston of Lincoln, a! , . Unemployed f ........ c  I young men who are not in attend- armer remmng m mas Jan om ....... ...... e  ance at SChOOl, ana are oeLween ownsmp, nas Deen name a m m- j the a-^- f "" and 3 " -ears ma- Holland, who resigned. Mr. Beaver i po.stcard t o CCC Selecting Agent has been a member of the Logan a above anaress. :who wish to enter the CCC during I it his period. Applications are ac- J cepted in advance of enrollment J periods so that the commission [ may have adequate time to de- board since November and has received notice from state head- quarters of his appointment as an associate menl)er of the Logan county advisory board. mittee is now laying ducting the vote in the Approximately 80 will | the county's farmers ble to vote, Harry man of the county Eligibility is based on of wheat raised on and farm must produce at "In addition to Lukenbill bushels in order that Inhofe the following men were ested in the crop may England's Hch---ad stingy duke reduced to a mere pit- tanee.', Relating the astonishing ups and downs of a noble British family ever since raeteering old Henry VEVI hanged a monk in front of his abbey door to provide his favorites with their smeestral home. Don't miss this feature in The American Weekly, the mag zlne distributed with next week's Sunday Chicago Herald-Anerlean. to refer eligible young men to re- Brinkerhoff, Ernest Wilson and V. place members of the CCC who Y. Dallman, Jr., directors of the left this service to accept private Illinois Casualty Co.; Mayor Kapp, employment. . V. Y. Dallman st., internal reve- Although this enrollment will lnue collector, Lieut. Dwight Teat- not take place until the latter part [ er, Harry Harrison, state safety of the month, the Commission is[engineer, Louis Gillespie, counsel accepting applications from those If or the insurance company, Lyle Phlllippe, aRnager, underwriters department, J. I Picketing, foun- der of the company and Paul Picketing." termine each applicant's eligibit-j ity for this type of enployment. I Applications are taken through I the Commission's local certifica-] tion office for Logan County is lo- 1 cated on second floor Lincoln The- HONORED FOR SAI DRIVING RIORD H. D. Latkenbill, of tpringiield, former resident of Lathazn, well- known in Mount Pulaski and Chestnut, and a brother of E. H. Lukenbill, of Lincoln, superintend- ent of the Logan county schools, has been honored for a safe auto driving record. The Illinois State Journal, Springfield, under date of Saturday, ay 10, had the follow- ing to say about him: "H. D. Lukenbill, assistant in- ternal revenue collector, was hen- ored at a luncheon Friday by the Illinois Casualty Co., for his .CLASSIFIED SECTION If you have ythlag to Sell,  Want to Buy, ltv  or Found---thls section of the umms-Ne will g  the siea you want. Hundreds of others have found t, his to De gruo--why not you ? A -- Avery & Comstoc.k's Anniversary Sale in Lincoln and receive a 26 piece set of sin verware With each $25 or more purchase of furniture. Special offer closes June 1. FOR THE CX)MING  AT The Capps NurseryYes, the 3,000 hardy field grown tomato plants arrived Fiday and by Tuesday afternoon were all sold. They went like "hot cakes." We ordered 2,.000 more t 9 be shpp- ed by express at once, and they should be here by Tuesday or Wednesday. You better try a few--only 10c per doz. Call up and get your name on the list and we Will let you know soon as they arrive. Will also have 1,000 California sweet mango pepper field grown at 10c per doz. Have a few nice Red De- licious, Yellow Delicious, Grimes Golden a p p 1 e. Montmorency, Magg, a n d Early Richmond Cherry, and Duchess Pear we 11 close out at 40c eacl Some good varieties of peach at 25c each. Come quick if you want a few nice fruit trees at one- half rice. Thousands of cab- bage Knd tomato plants at 40c per I00. Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet potatoes from Ken- tucky seed at 35c per 100. 'he Best hat Grow Come from Capps you know." Phone 74., Crams N. FOR SAK2---One Allis-Chalmers all-crop Harvester; 1 Case 6-ft. Combine, used 2 seasons. Brook- er Farm Sales. Phone 21. WILL BUY LIVESTOCK OF ALL KINDS. Dick Brown, 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Mount Pulaski. ROOMS FOR --Suitable for light housekeeping or living and sleeping room. Only three avail- able Hot water at all times. Times Apartment Hotel. FOR SA.E- Beautiful 8-piece quarter sawed oak, piano fin- ished, dining room suite. Good as new. Inquire at Times-News. PIANO TUNING--Prof." Arthur Ericson will again be in Mount Pulaski May 21-22. Tuning $3.00. Leave names for tuning l at the Times-News Office. CASH PAJD for dead horses and Cattle. Hogs and small animals removed free. Call Dr. C. M. Merriman, phone 15. FOR SALF_r--10 lba. or 15,000 lbs. home grown Baby Golden pop- corn. Also popcorn popped for special occasions. Leave orders at Schick's Shoe Shop or Moun Pulaski Theatre. Russell Buck- EKHART SCHOOL TO GIVE CONCERT FRIDAY Elkhart, IlL--Students of the Elkhart community high school will present a band concert for the public on the school lawn at 6:30 p. m Friday. The band will play several se- lections of marches, overtures and others. eraldine Widick will play a trombone solo; Evelyn Tail, cornet solo. The clarinet quartet and the novelty band will also par- ticipate in the program. LOGAN OLD AGE CHECKS INCREASE Lincoln, IlL--Old age assistance checks amounting to $18,020 were received by 779 Logan county re- cipients Friday, according to an announcement by Virgil Rimer- man, superintendent of the ,IMn- coln office. Last month, 728 persons receiv- ed $17,824, but this aonth's re- port shows a loss of three persons but a gain of $196 in total assist- ance payments. farm may vote. Each only one vote regardl number of farms owned  ted. A two-thirds majOrl farmers voting in the is necessary ff the mar tas are to be put into e der the quota system,  ers will be able to mar) ount of wheat produc ; farm's  w.heat aIIC  i , "Failure of farmers the quotas Will meaU, ance of wheat loans chairman pointed o loans have been an tor in holding up whe. i Just as soon as d-:.e i have been made, the Dol$ icommittee will notify  eligible to vote, whe im Fred I. Sherman LINCOLN, CHESTNUT C Will Show to BALANCE Your Budget! BY EARNING MORE PROFITS FOR YOU Because of our Defense 'Army needing more eggs  Egg PHces Poultry are increaslnq. Now is the opportune time for you to BUY YOUR CHEST, NUT And Earn These Increased Profits, and .Do Helping the National Defense i ii Call or send your order in CHESTIET =__, HATC00 Phone 5608