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% : .... : : : &apos; v : News t BERT INGRAM DEAD Ingram, a lifelong resident and veteran of the World passed away at St. Clara's hos- Friday evening following an NEW ELEVATOR AT CROFT A Bloomington firm is to start rebuilding the elevator at Croft near Middletown which was recently des- troyed by fire. The new elevator will ave a 20,000 bushel capacity. A. J. BAKER APPOINTED AS MEMBER OF BOARD August J. Baker of West Lincoln, has been appointed as a member of Sewage Channel in Lincoln the county board of review" by Judge on the construction of a L. B. Stringer for the 1932 session. to convey city sewage from T. O. Niewold, chairman of the board outlet to the new Salt channel now under construe- started the first o4" the week. g Supervisor's Status Taxpayers Lea- is the status of nt supervisor East Lincoln, as to whether or ts duly qualified for office. TO SPONSOR WOOL POOL Logan County Farm Bureau sponsor a wool pool this year. of this nature during the war after proved highly pro- SPEARS TO MARRY athletic director at high, is to be married on 7th o Miss Gertrude Torrence Monmouth. Mr. Spears will again up his duties at Lincoln next Teachers Await Pay Cheeks high school teachers are r to wait for their remaining until the later part of July or of supervisors and Robert Davis of Lincoln, complete the board. The first meeting of the board will take place June 20 and continue up until the first part of September. Mrs. Leigh Wright's Father Des James Albert l.ster, 66, for many years chief electrician at the Lincoln State School and Colony, died at 7:45 p. m. Sunday at the family homo 509 State street. He had been ill since last January when he was forced to give up his work on account of ill health. mmlm=.mmm CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIES AT LINCOLN Charles T. McAfee, 86, Civil war veteran, died at 10 a. m. Monday at St. Clara's hospital. He had been ill a week. The decedent was born in Logan county Aug. 8, 1846, and spent prac- tically his entire life here. He served through the Civil war and was a member of Leo W. Meyers post of the G. A.R. .. of August. This has been CaRS- by a new method of tax collecting CIRCUIT COURT TO THE MT. PULASKI TIMES, MT. PULASKI. ILLINOIS ALq-MARKING AWARDS TO BE MADE TO CITIES Awards Are To Be Given By The Illinois Chamber Of Commerce To Well Marked Towns Organizations, clubs, newspapers and individuals in seven hundred communities in Illinois have been in- vited to qualify for the State Air- marking Award to be given by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce. Com- munities in the State will be furnish- ed information outlining !:roper meth ods of airmarking, location of mar- kers, size of letters and other infor- mation. The awarding of the certi- worth while aviation development. It J does not necessarily follow that oe airmarking in a community is all that is needed. Sometimes it is ra- ther difficult to find the markings and if .they are placed in the most con- spicuous places, they will serve their purpose to a much better degree. The cooperation of service clubs, A- 'ifican Legion Posts, chars of commerce, newspapers and other or- leaves insufficient funds avail- at this time. / ....... I day rece, juy not scheduled to ]EEN GRADUATES I Teh petit . s AT NEW HOLLAND I rep0r zor servlce unti Monday of ! next week, and the court this week 2arges e Ms m the history of I wil I hear cases not requiring a jury. nouana mg'n SChOOl receivea diplomas this week. The class l -------:o:------- ed 19, and the school is in / lkIllllTO lrtlllrllrltl of Prof. Anderson. I ICW L i I ------ Urquhart was first in the !FAMOUS PACKER FALLS Illinois divisional Future I TO HIS DEATH oratorical contest held in l Edward F. Swift, the world's most Wednesday. This qualifies noted packer, fell from a six-story compete with five other win- window in his apartment and was in- the state contest at Urbana, stantly killed Saturday morning. 16. The subject of his talk is, Relation of Livestock to Profit- NEWSPAPERS HANDLE RACES Farming." Due to the inability of the pro- ...... mters of the Indianapolis Memorial GRAND JURY THROUGH Day races to come to terms with grand jury adjourned Friday the national broadcasting chains, the mking four indictments, newspapers of the country carried Reise of Atlanta was the exclusive story of the races for on 8 charge of criminally the first time in several years. at. eight year old girl, and of stolen property. Te Arthur Kelly, on a statutory was bound over to the jury, goes direct to circuit wholeheartedly in favor of the re- grand jury action, peal of the 18th amendment. That makes it unanimous since Cermak the COURSE AT Democratic candidate for governor CHTNUT HIGH SCHOOL has been doing the same for the past exercises were held several years. igh school Wednesday --=-.--- week. The valedictory RED CROSS FLOUR TO DECATUR Decatur received their first con- signment of Red Cross flour last Fri- The Class Will was day. Enough flour will be shipped in Laughery. The Class until a three .month's suPly has by Ralph Stoll. been received. Hundreds of families class consisted of in Decatur and vicinity have benefited members: Jeannette Laughery, thru these shipments. and Ralph Stoll. The delivercM by Rev. Lloyde POPE PIUS XI 75. MONDAY and was enjoyed by all,  The oldest soverign in urope, one of the best addresses ever I Pope Plus XI, became three-quarters here. of a century old, Monday. and teachers, Mr. Gal- and Miss McAllister drove to Lincoln, for an all- Thursday. FOR KRAMER IN DRAINAGE CASE in the Prairie Creek district suit, which ended afternoon after a four day reported at 9 o'clock Friday in favor of Thole Kra- opposed the inclusion of 80 I his land in the drainage dis- I perintendent of police, held that the Drum corps, Class "B"---First $400,-econd $300, third $200, fourth $100 affd-11 consolation prizes of $50 each. Clown hands--First $125, second $75, third $50 and three consolation prizes of $50 each. Ladies' drill teams--First $100 second $50 and third $25. Men's drill team--First $100, s _end $59 and '.hird $25. The St. Louis Municipal Opera in- augurates its "melody summer" in Forest Park, Monday, June 6, when "The New Moon," Sigmund Rom- ber@'s greatest operetta success is  presented to open the fourteenth season of o.,era under the stars. -------- .'o }=----.- Mason City Bank Open For Business iicate will be :eositive proof of the After being closed four months and al<rtns of Illinois communities to I seven days, the Central Illinois State the desirability of proper airmark- Bank of Mason City opened its doors, ing. Tuesday morning, May 24, 1932. i "The program is designed by the Being without banking privileges" Illinois Chamber of Commerce," Mr. i in a town of 2,000 people is a real Fagg said, "to further the develo- handicap. Our citizens are more than ment of commercial aviation and pri- delighted that banking facilites have ate lying in Illinois. Proper air- been restored. marking is the first vital step in any! Walking around the reets of Ma- ganizations in the communities will has 20 acres that district but opposed the an- of 80 acres additional, which tiled before he district l and which drains into ditch. in the trial the jury was to find in favor of Emma whose land adjoins. of the jury were: Fred Otis Coates, Donald Hus- RESUME TOMORROW t be enlisted in order to make Illinois Judge Frank Lindley reconvened i known as one of the best airmarked circuit court Wednesday -fternoon I states in the United States." following the week-end and Memorial In order to qualify for the Air- ' marking Award, a city, town, com- mercial organization, club or indivi- dual shall meet the following mini- mum requireme: 1. Name of City or Town or ab- breviation Thereof--If the name of the city or gown has not more than seven letters therein, the full name shall apvear. (L e., PEORIA) If more than seven lrs appear, no abbre- viation shall contain less than seven letters, including the first five. (i e., Bloomington--BLOOMTN) The full name is always desirable, but not re- quired. 2. Location of Marking--Top of l building, side of gas or oil container, the leeward side of smokestack, wa- ter tower, or on highway. 3. Size and Style of Letters---The minimum height of letters should be six feet but should be larger if pos- sible. Gothic style is required. Uhe spacing between letters should not be i less than one-quarter of the lr height. 4. Color or Marking---Chrome yeI- SMALL FAVORS REPEAL low on a black background. This has Len Small, republican candidate l been found to be most satisfactory in for governor has declared himself as . every respect. 5. Completion of Marking--When He will celebrate his diamond an-Icreas e of $1,000 over that of last i niversary with a special mass'of year. Ithanksgiving in his private chapel. Of the $6,000 available, $5,625 will l l be distributed in cash prises to the Bonus Vets in Washingto / bands, drum corps, cown bands and In drab abandoned buildings, the I "bonus expeditiory force," compos- ed of World war veteraxs from the four comers of the netion, settled down to see what congress will do a- bout their demands for cash payment. Police officials argued over the responsihility of their care. Brig. Gem Pelham D. Glassford, su- such marking is completed, proper notification shall be sent to the Avi- ation Committee of the Illinois (]ham ber of Commerce, and as soon there- after as posible the Certificate of Air-Marking Award will be present. Veteran's Day At State Fair State fair officials and state-wide commits in charge of arange. ments for Veterans' Day, at the an t nual exposition, have approved plans / for the allotment of $6,000 for corn-l petitive events to take place on Sun* / day, August 21. The fund is an in-t drill teams. The remainder will be} applied to the oost of trophies and/ incidentals. [ The prizes are: t Bands---First $500, second $400. l third $300, fourth $200 and four con- solation prizes of $50 each. Drum corps, Class "A'---First $500 recond $400, third $300, fourth $200 drains t federal government their expenses while here. As t re- sult, Senator Costigan (Democrat, ...... Colorado), introduced a bill to aT- priate $75,000 for that purpose. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1932 :ii and eight consolation prizes of $50 should defray each" Keys, Alfred Wilson, El-This decision was reached Monday by A. L. Dawes, Ed. Shoi the general board. No definite date W. S, Reeder, William Bur-was t although the conveRtion w-ill :liam Shelton and Dean Reece. be held in August A. F. LIPP INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS LUTHERANS PICK CONVENTION CITY The Luther league of the Ameri- can Lutheran church will hold it 1933 convention at Madison, Wis. son City for the past four months haa been a little bit like strolling through Gold,nith's "Deserted Vil- lage." I have remarked on several oc- casions that I would not like to be a permanent resident in a town with- out a bank. Mr. Buehrig, Otto Theobald, and Raymond Copper were very busy all day long and we will warrant they were quite h:py. They reported that the first day showed a fine lot of business with substantial deposits, exceeding the withdrawals.--Mason City Banner. Farm Board Discredited The Farm Board is being crucified by elf-seeking enemies of the mar- keting act. They are trying to crip- ple our marketing program by spreading false and malicious propa- ganda against it. Any commodity can be stabilized providing stabilization efforts start when the commodities are at bottom or the lowest price level to which it can go. In other words, the Farm Board could have been more success-  in_.!t stabilization efforts, iS it lsimply thrown on a market where e o mammm the price oflthere is no market This onl,, makes wheat at 58 cents instead of 82 cents. I the situation worse " However, when wheat started! The Farm Bureau, like all new doom in October 1929, if the Farm!movements, has made mistakes, but Board had failed or refused to ree- it has enough brilliant successes to :: ognize the emergency and used the I its credit to indicate that it can makt power and money Congress had put l system and economic structure.--I !nto its hands for that very purpose, I gan Co. Reflector. ne same group of middlemen would t :o: have blamed the Farm Board for the crash that followed. I First Flap mer: "I wouldn't wear a one-piece bathing suit; they are t Even the best informed men in the immodest." wheat trade recognize that wheat is' now higher than it would be if it were not for the stabilization efforts of the Federal Farm Board. Farmers have been able to market two crops of wheat at considerably higher pric- es than they would otherwise have received. Wheat today sells in Chica- go for as much as in Liverpool, yet transportation from Chicago to Liv- erpool costs approximately 16 cents per bushel. Many western banks in the wheat territory were saved. When a bank is closed in farm territory, farms at, Second Ditto: "I haven't much of a shape either." This world belongs to the ener- getic.Emerson. Phone 268 Mt. lMaski Buy your Milk of Magnesia AT Pen's Rexall Drug Store RADIO HEADQUARTERS" RCA Victor SNYDER'S MUSIC STORE Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Phone 310 ALL KINDS OF RADIO SUPPLIES (Look on Page 6) Yes, thank you. Busi 00ess is GOOD! ,,pRicEs reduced on the new Chevrolet Six !" Ever since that good news came out, Chevrolet sales have been climbing---Chevrolet business booming! People have been comparing Chevrolet's new value with other val- ue And evtr-where, they are reaching the same conclusion: There's st no low-priced car that can approach the new Chevrolet Six--in quality at low cost. There's still no other low-priced ear that combines Fisher bodies, Free Wheeling, Syncro-Mesh gear-shifting, four long, parallel-mounteU springs, and a smooth, economical six-cylinder engine. Chevrolet is now, more than ever, the Great American Value! Yes--thank you--our business is good. And the more people compare Chev- rolet with other new low-priced ears, the better our business is going to b Keep your eye on Chevrolet! And to prove it-- we are in the market for Good Used Cars 4  ITH the increase in our new ear busi- ness has come a corresponding increase in our used ear lmsiness. Buyers know- ing that we have lots of tradeoias on hand, are coming to us in such numbers that we are completely out of certain popular types of used ears. We need automo- biles to fill the gaps in our stock! And that means a won- CHEVROLET REDUCED PRICES turned the trick f. o. b. Flint, Mich. derful opportunity for you! Bring in yourpre- sent car now, and trade it in on a new Chev- rolet Six. We'll make you a good ailowanoe for it! And dem't forget--Chevrolet prices are now reduced as much as $55! Also---ev- ery one of Chevr let's 14 big, fine- looking, six.Jlm. der models is available for imme- diate delivery. Act now! UNLAND CHEVROLET SALES N' BUB JRE- WHAT COLol. YA Oa4A PAINT IT' r Y PA,,rr By Ed Kressy c,.#tuSE vW DAD SA'YS ,es |s is TNE RED ? Q