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&apos;i c5 clJ 4mAvE .A <uJ00s ALL.STARS who lost a hardfought game to the American League night. Back Row, left to right: G. Jackson, S. Shehorn, R. Bowles, R. Shull, D. Hanslow, N. Wilham. Front row: J. Fuhrer, D. Luster, E. Horn, S. Stuckel, G. Shull, R. Taylor, S. Erlenbush, J. Zimmer- mann, D. Jackson.--Times-News Photo. INSURANCE Of Every Description n W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenrnyer0 Agent hONE $W2-5113 MOUNT PULASKL ILL. MR- AND MRS. M. G. HUTCHINS of Watson, Illinois, will celebrate their 50th' wedding anniversary at their home on Sunday, Aug. 27, 1961. They are former residents of Mount Pulaski. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Defrees of Mount Pulaski. L !; i)i J ii/ i!ii advantage of l00ack-to-Neh00l . RIFT DAYS ble Stamp Days Two Days -- Saturday g. 25- 26 Coordinated Group by BOBBY BROOKS and LAMPL Army Develops Radio-Teletype For Field COs Washington (AFPS) -- A powerful mobile radio-tele- type "central" with a 1-3,000- mile range will link Strategic Army Corps field commanders into a major communications network from any point world- wide. Designed to give combat com- manders 'fixed station" capabil- ities and access to the Army's global net from remote areas, the new equipment .can be trans- ported by air m three C-124 Globemasters to meet the needs of "brush fire" wars or easily moved overland for long-range operations. To keep pace with today's fast- mong iorces in the field, the Army said, the system provides battlefield leaders with two voice channels for separate conversa- tions and 16 teletypewriter cir- cuits. Consisting essentially of a sin- gle-side band 10 kilowatt trans- mitter and receiver, the central is housed in two vans with tractor and power trailers. To- tal weight of each unit is about Built for the Signal Corps by Adler Electronics, Inc., New SCHOOL SHOES BY KEDS PF FLYERS Rochelle, N. Y., four of the units have been delivered to the Army nt a cost of $500,000 each. The rmy, however, plans to order additional units. WHITE BLAZER Thrill Her with a J A C K E T S KATE GREENAWAY SCHOOL DRESS I Bi:yBYrks Huston and Paolone 'West Side Square d  Army Changes Name Of Summer Uniforms MOUNT PULASKI Washington (AFPS)--Summer semi-dress uniforms for officers and troops--long labeled "Trop- ical Worsteds"--will be known as "Army Tans" in the future. The Army said the change cor- rects a misnomer of the summer uniform since most warm-weath- er materials no longer are made of wool but are a blend of syn- thetic and natural fibers. Other uniforms for soldiers have been renamed to closer! identify the military garb with the Army, such as Army Green, Army Blue and Army White. !// ii:ii