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SIFIEO SECTION - F011RENT - LOST - FOOND HELP WANTED -- JOBS WANTED LELS -- MEMORIALS 1 AID--- Tl-,- INSERTION-D[ADL tHE Ps 10 Words S .60 ADS for publication 15 Worde | .$5 may be pioced until to  Words J I. 10 S P.M. Tussday 25 Words $ 1.30 $ CONTRACT Line| Per Word ADVENTISH $1 50 Rated 0noted Upon CASH PJTES"" ReQuest. 5ALE-- WinHer Stoker corn- 1965 Chevrolet, Bel Ait. 4 Door, Power Steering, Condition. TeL Mt. Pulaski p.m. (7-24-p) Green beans, pick your t $2 bu. Howard Bryson. TeL (8-5) Alto Saxophone. Call L S&LE - 20% Discotmt! Qme Bag! Gossett's Haltop (8-5) peaches - $I.00. Produce of all Buffalo Hart Produce Rt. 54, Buffalo Hart. ,9:30to 7:30. (8-5op) Sweet corn. Mike L (7-29) Sweet corn, 35 doz.; for $1.00. Super Sweet, Howard Bryson, Tel. (7-29) Rawlaigh Home Pro- "'Skip" PrOctor. 674-5545. ALso fund- Peat soil for lawns, and flowers 50c shel delivered. Call -- FOR RENT-- u _ FOR RENT: Large two room fur- nbbed apartment. Utilities fur- nished. Phone 792-3958. (tf) FOR RENT: 3 room apartment on 3rd floor. Inquire Times-NewL (tO HELP WANTED II WANTED: Married man for farm work and truck driving. Modern house furnished. TeL 792-5920. (P) NOTICES l NOW HAIR THIS! Our view of long hair on men is DIM. We want "HERS" to look "SHE", led "HES" to look "HIM". $2.25 Shampoo and Set at Twins Budget Boutique, phone 792- 5852 or 7925429. OAVID ERLENDUSH Shelling Service MT. PULASII, ILL. CUSTOM.. COLIN SHEHJIqG BUSINE. OPPORTIES IT'S TOO NICE TO STAY IN- DOORS. Go out and earn! Be an Avon Repre4ntative. Your earn- ings make life easier - buy di. washers or washing machine Call now: 1-217-523-6387 or write: Avon Products, P. O. Box 3231, Spteld, Ill. (7-29) MAN OR WOMAlq, Reliable person from this area to service and collect from nationally sdd Helbms watch ditphtyt. We es- tablish accounts for you. Car, references, and $2495-$8995 cash capital necessary. 4-12 hours per week net excellent monthly in- come. For local interview write including phone numbs. Nation- al Systems & Industries Corp., Hdbros Division, 3050 Metro Drive, Minneapolis, Minn. 55420, or call 612-727-1295. (7-29-p) NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Docket Number 71-P-85 Notice is hereby given of the death of Carrie B. Auer; that Letters of Administration were issued June 24, 1971, to Edna Auer Small- wood, 1244 E. Sedgwick, Decatur, Illinois. The attomey for the Ad- minimstor is Harris & Harris, Mt. Pula, Illinois. Claims may be fried within seven months from, June 24, 1971 (date of issuance of Letters), and any claim not rded within that period h barred as to the estate which is inventoried within that per/od. Lynn D. Gilchri, C"lerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, lilinob. Harrh & Han Attorneys at Law (7-29-p) Mr. Pulaski, Illinois Going To Move? Get Organizedll More than 42 million Americans will move during 1971 -- some 20 percent of the entire U.S. population. If you're going to be one of them, make it easy on younIf and your family and take theneceary steps to make certain you complete your move with a minimum of confusion. Unless you're an old hand at moving, it's natural to feel a little apprehensive. You shouldn't. Approach your move as a great adventure. And by all means, involve your children when talking bout your new home. Remember, they're leving their friends and they should know why. Accor.ding to moving specialists at Aero Myflower Trnsit Compny, organi- zation is the key to an order- ly move. It's extremely important to have a plan of attack and Mayflower movers suggest this eight-point pro- gram. 1. Decide what you're going to move and get rid of the rest. This is a good time to do a general housecleaning, discarding those items you no longer need. We suggest giving some of the items to a local charity. 2, Call in a reputable moving company and get an esti- mate. On interstate moves, rates charged are regulated by the government, so it's really service and depend- ability which you're buy- ing. 3. Get your cleaning and packing chores done as soon a possible. Check the contents of all furniture drawers, making certain to distribute elsewhere the items in drawers which are i i RE6ULAR MEETIN6S sObSGm n,,t T,,=r. 8z00 P.M Improved N.W. d For information call Havener Realty, Mt. ! .,,..,..r.,..,,--,.,.tw I _1 - NOTIOE -- il PUTTER and OLUTTER SHOPPE lJk.". Wenum. Tel. Latham I --" "''  Wi will be elesed during July and August L; .our, 8: 30- 5:00. t _ YOU MAY PICK- UP ANY CRAFF To our- I "00di00r 792- 3969 OR 792- 3958 , DAYS -" - I   - GS AND SUNDAYS i,,  and  I , J.,.  _ ' l.,i%'  - I ::- ?  ". " I;, 732314 0. 7.. I  I i n DAMPNESS S23 YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS WHICH YOU WANT y co. ! I ,-,, ,rt  ! f-,:.sunuan and J  eL.;.. e by -n I I  OfrLOtlA5 comJ. I  YOU, SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS " ot y ne...... I W eD e AT EVER YOU WAST "] !_IUM CORN I YOU CALL )' rEOTECTED - SEALED POREVEll IN PbATIC ] [li]]g6['g J J'a.a.iBa - " Maximum Width 12"' 792.3, Lon gtb No L i.,, PI, A00TI: LAMINATINS . Pulash, m. Res/rie/ed Build.g I  Lynch or Phone I 151i re,,mmr I 792-3958 " H. J. WIBLE PRINTIN6 CO., INC. Mt. Pultuki, Illinois PHONE /95414 E &R ABVERTISIN6 and LETTER SERVICE 636 N. Wl|lsy - Springfield, llllnol| PH0E 523-5461 TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, m.) THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1971-19 eavily loaded. 4. Take care of all addrem changes and instruct the post office on forwarding moil. 5. If you're moving out of the city, arrange for the proper handling of all your accounts and the records you'll need, such as medi- cal, financial, insurunee and school. 6. Arrange for neceary serv- ice with utilities -- at both ends. 7. If you're moving out of town, make travel and overnight, arrangementa before you move. Remem- ber, pets and house plants cannot be shipped on a moving van, so other rrngements must be mode. 8. Miscellaneoua items in- clude everything from contacting the Chamber of Commerce in your new home city for Jnformaon. to arranging for "travel games" for your children. And one last item, if you're planning to move, call the Mayflower agent nearest you for free infor- mation. It can sve you a lot of headaches. i i II 6ENE WILSON Real Estate Auction Co. South Side of Square MT, PULASKI, ILL. BILL TAT/ SALESMAN Phone 792-3370 l 792-5383 i CLIFFORD SITH i SALESMAN i Phone 792-5602 How to get the Zip Codes 00YOU need / 1. When you receive a loiter. nme ltm Z ln ttm teturn  tnd  it to you addnme Imol MPe 11 NatJoeml Zip DIr0toqt you're there. J 3. I.,ll Ztpl t Il teUl Ill IhO Zip Map in tho Yetlow PaeoL ., - ' advectietg omribtm .m./,.., for 'the publh: good Electrolux Vacuum Cleaners Sales & Service 716. Okla. Ave. HN'COI.N, ILL. Ph. 732. 860 Jim Kimlow Over 4 Yrs. Same Location i i ,, i , PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1971 1:00 P.M. MT. PULASKI, ILLINOIS One block West from the Northwest comer of the Square Edison 20,000 B. T. U. ais conditional, tlee yes old in perfect condition; salt and pepper shaker coUection; humidifier; end tables; matching lamps; aluminum folding table; couch and chair; one bed complete; apartment size gas stove; Bun-O-Matic coffee maker (two burner); concrete picnic table and henches; porch swing with stand; 2% squares of white shingles; lots of molding and lumber; lawn eeper. Antique desk; rocking chub and dresser; dishes; pots and pans; and many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH Not Responsible For Accidents OWNER: FRANKLIN (DINK) PAYNE Auctioneers: Franklin Bohn & Gene Howe NEIGHBORS WILL SELL: Two chairs; couch; refrigerator; many boxes of smaller articles; dinette set and six chairs; old-fashioned trunk; 22 apartment bird house - never put up; treadle sewing machine; two metal hods, (nice); three piece bedroom mite; and many other articles not mentioned. AUCT. NOTE: As Mr. and Mrs. Payne are leaving the state, they would appreciate your attendance. 3W X SCUD IT X XT' S M000t I00xciting 21ttracti0n in 12 miles from  s, -- Wisconsin Dells W  115 miles from M [L',. Milwaukee 5 huqe bulldinqs on I S colOdul acres. s RoI live trained animal circus, dephanbs, ponies, dogs and horses, Stems cOJliope and band organ concerts. Dtsp!a/s of circuses Of the world-- a World s Im'gest collection of over 65 magnificent parade wagon displayed in one huge building., Photograph the 8 Horse Team of Percherons. Show of loading and urdoadinq real circus train. World's largest animated miniature circus. Large picnic mreawith benches, OPEN TI-IRU Sept. 12--7 dm/s a week COME PAIN OR SI--plan to apend the day ]'ust 7 miles from the )&t-Conttlmnt Raflwa Mum la Not Fseedom