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l- w bl p. i1; 6-TIMES-NEWS 0tit:Pulaski, !11.) THURSDAY, AUG. 12,1971 NORTH MEADOW SUBDIVISION AN ADDITION TO MS. Pulaski, Illinois STATE AID ROUT( N tO .J"34;/'', f-,PoS. - _ /37./J" _t, -Wzwr''Jr/'w ,l/.fF," :'!"i "'* 1 ""1 "" ---T '-- 154.0' " t -- I IF! Nli x " !w  I  Ib4.0" 1 re, 1 19 O. o 18  I I I '; ,' " :lJ I . :I . "; /'+.o. I I I I\\; L'7 "/\\;,,',"  z. ...  (\\; \\;? I -.. o ' ,o  v\\; \\; "I " I-. "I ' - e ./  : -'tTl.,,s* . o.' L.'\\;l ! , "- ---J: - : 7a: .... -_/- - -,.k, - --. ,4,, ,# "d,"W &*,'f. 2a II THE PERMITS FOR NORTH MEADOW SUBDIVISION'S Water Main :nd Sewer Construction have both been reviewed from the Environmental Protection Agency of the State of Illinois. The plat shows the layout of the nineteen large building lots and street, and cul de sac design. As shown. Flora Drive will have entrance from Vine Street and also from the Elkhart Blacktop. VFW AUXII.IARIES dent's hmcheon sponsored Low. Arizona. (Continued from page 5) by the 6th. 7th. 8th. 9th National Home Days for and 10th Districts will bc lllinois visiting Auxiliaries held October 17that 1_.30 will be October 9th and iliary No. 1824 Atlanta: Safety and Junior Unit, p.m. at the V.F.W. Post l Othat the Home in Easton Jacqueline Creager: Graves Home in Belvidere. Rapids, Michigan. Another Registrar, Melba Henry: A Membcrship streamer datc to remember is the " Poppy and Sunshine, Cath- and Parade streamer wcrc IOth District Kick-off din- erine Lloyd, National presented to Junior-Past ner, October 16th in Lin- Home, Pauline Dennison District President, Lola coin. all of Auxiliary No. 755: Yaeck who in turn present- District chairmen will at- Loyalty Day, Janet Long: ed the streamers to the tend a Seminar August 28th Voice of Deniocracy, Doris Conductrcssfor the District at Holiday Inn, East in Lagenbahn; Public Rela- Banner. Springficld. tions, Lois Allen all of Guests introduced visit- Following the meeting, Auxiliary No. t756: Mem- ing our District were: 5th thc PetersburgV.F.W. Post bership, Marge Hull and District President, Pearl served lunch for those at- Bonds, Elinor Hayes of Kotulski of Bcnscnville tending. Auxiliary No. 1379, Jack- Auxiliary No. 2149 and sonvillc: Keep America Beautiful, Stella Rhinehart No. 1824, Atlanta and Legislative, Lo- la Yaeck, Havana No. 6408. The Department. Presi- 5th District Voice of De- mocracy chairman. June Schmidt of Auxiliary No. 7446. Addison. Mrs. Doro- thy Bower Auxiliary No. 3479 of Eldorado and Do- lores Chenoweth of Show WASHINGTON -- The N:ltion's truck flccl, which numbcrcd only 700 vchiclcs when registration first began in 1904, had grown to an cs- timatcd 17.8 million trucks in 1970. ANNOUNCEMENTS :, INFORMALS : ACCESSORIES PLUS A FULL LINE OF F NAPKINS. CAKE BOXES - BAGS, BOOK MATCHES l .00ine THE MOST EXQUISITE SELECTION OF WEIDDIN STATIONERY EVER PRESENTED TIMES-NEWS c. Sgt. Bill Sonte, the U.S. Air Force recruiter in Deca- tur, said that job and train- ing opportunities with the U. S. Air Force are now better than ever "Today, applicants ex- perience very little delay to enter training," he said. "Several months ago, a young man might have'to wait as long as three months before we could put him into the Air Force train- ing program. This was due perience very little delay to a baIdog of applicants which has now been absorb- ed. We are now able to put men into a training situa- tion in a matter of days." Sergeant Stone added that there are some 400 different skills into which an airman can be trained. "The actual job an ap- plicant is ultimately selec- ted for is made during basic training. A major fac- tor that enters into the determination is the score he achieves on the aptitude test he takes at my office." The test, the Airman Qualification Examination, is administered at Sgt. Stone's office on Tuesday each week. All applicants for the Air Force enlisted job and training program must complete this test. Sgt. Stone added that young men between the ages of 17 and 27' who want more information a- bout job, training and other opportunities with the Air Force can contact him at the Air Force Re- cruiting Office, 142 W. Wood in Decatur or tele- phone 428-5031 collect for an appointment today. MOTOW WII& almoner rlOtd IIIW Motorist will benefit from the new tire ideritifi- cation and record-keeping procedures implemented in late May, 1971, reports the Chicago Motor Club-AAA. Purchasers of tires manu- factured after May 22, 197 ! will be protected by added safety-minded prac- tices. Federal law now re- quires the seller of a new tire to record the name and address of the person who buys each tire. The manufacturers also must maintain f'des of the tires they have distributed for sale. In the event of a tire defect in a certain lot of tires, the purchasers can be promptly notified of the potential safety hazard. The key to the "system is the new identification markings you will see on the tire sidewall. bol helps identify. source of the tire aaa teet the motorist, the t "'DOT" means meets or exceeds ment of safety standards. "WY" is the code ber assigned by the tire plant. It will cient tracing of a tire to its source. "L9" is the tire "ABC" is a to four symbols to termined at the the manufacturer. It titles the brand o other characteristic tire. "261" means the was made during week of 1971. HE NEVER MADI A distraught ing her husband in s waiting room, him furiously ',i'm fed up Look at your tempted robbery, ted burglary, larceny, attem What a miserable you've turned out you can't succeed thing you try, can MOVING? Send us your new address SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER00 Get 16 weeks of the Daily and Weekend Globe-Democrat for only $5.00. 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