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-- of empty cartons was only a portion of the ones emptied ek in printing the big 160-page SH.Tenniai Edition of s'News.--Times. News Photo. ,lLy AND MABEL Angelo lql'av'/ plenty of U. S. Bonds-- millions get to first basel" SFUL VERTICAL 'ItIZONTAL IS SUCCESS a't Success- . " . . |' 1 L Of a rotatable ducted- ae developed for Army % Partrnent of the Army .%i .I this week. by the Doak Aircraft |' ' Incorporated Torrance, I : I)ak'16 -- known in ly as VZ.4DA VTOL .hOVer or settle similar tCOpter. It also can fly ahead at high speeds ing the performance , tlonal fixed.wing air- I '%- Were made recently . ] , ,;d Air Force Base, Calif, lLnversion being ac'- |1aa' I a',," in flights from the m- -"u al |.-6000 so at altitudes of I. feet. At all altitud- ll ' the | '' y  Doak 16 hovered |  tet,,_ a stationary position, ] . t" to norma! tliaht I 00lane is powere00 b; !  iatt thrsepower Lycoming | -' th Urbine engine mount t e f ]  ,,,.t [Selage behind tan- | %,.'a, ur pi]ot and observer. |%. ' Span is 25 feet; i.. Welt, t; height 10 feet; e "qtja.t 2,300 lbs. gross "' lbs. EIGHT SO-TEAR MEMBERS of Royal Neighbor Lodge, who had their picture taken during the Sil-Tennial. All have been members for over 50 years. Back Row: Jennie Birks, Celia Poffenbarger, Pearl Kemmer and Louise Ey, all 53-year members. Front row: Bertha Foster, 53 years; Grace McDonald, 51 years, who made the mistake of looking to see Lf Dollie West, 62 years, was smiling, and Mary Mier, 53 years. Carrie Cheek, Mary Henry Nursing Home in Lincoln, a 53-year member, and Mary Schlachter, 50 years, of Jasper, Ind., were absent.--Times-News Photo. U. S. Army Firsts... FINGERLING  Only l/lO- inch long, this electric light developed by the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps may find many uses in dials, medical equipment, in probes for ex- aming cavities in scientific and industrial research, and in op- tical systems requiring a near- point source of light. A TEASPOON OF RADIO The electronics of a receiver equal to a six-transistor radio fit in a teaspoon with room to spare. An Army-RCA devel- opment, the cubical micro- modules measure a third of an inch on each side and show space-age size reduction of electronic equipment. In Trouble? Call Us lar You're always better off with regu check-ups that PRE_VENT car break: downs such as this. But if,you stmum have car trouble  anywhere, at any time of day or night, you can get an ex- Paet2echanie quickly and at reasonable Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL iiiii ii i , ,, ,,, ,,,,, ,, THE PUBLICAN'S PRAYER "God be merciful to rr, a sinner!" That's the best that anyone of us can do as he stands face to face with a holy God. No use to recount the points about us that seem good to us. "'All our righteousnesse- are as filthy rags." "God be merciful to me, a sinner," is a good prayer and an effective prayer. That's becau.e there is a merciful God. That God speaks to us in the Bible, reveals Himself to us in the glory of His condescending love in the Christian Gospel of forgiveness, presents Himself to its in His Son and our Savior and shows us the full measure of the immensity of His love in the cross of Calvary. "Cmd be merciful to me a sinner." You'll do well by yourself to pray that prayer honestly, fervently, and frequently. "This man went down to his house justified." "TODAY, ff ye will hear His oice, harden not your hearts!" ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LINCOLN MT. PULA|r eHBTJCUT NEW HOLLAND i i Sl i ilU TO AVOID DAMAGE To Our Underqmund Cables hich are in the alleys and streets of Mount Pulaski, we would appreciate it very much if you will notify us prior to any digging or trenching for sewer connections, so that we may then locate our cables for you. Mount Telephone Company