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I:LECTIONS By R. L whle editorial which was pub- cur Dee. 7, 1939 issue in laken from the New York Just as pertinent today as b  American. km 10o up at all does so neither in fear nor of seeing a protector. Wife marketing, emd are limited by her tastes, her budget, but 0m home of an evening streets which are well not dimly in blue. nmds his newspaper and that what it says is not by a bureau, but an uutxammeled effort to pre. truth. Ires never had a gas mask has never been in a bomb- trntng, , ROTC ae. be took becm him brom the gym it was not compuls. to such fraternal mad clubs m he ' Ues to a poliUcal party b qtmat that he desirestl one, ff that be his but with the distinct re. that he m/ aiticiae its policies with all the to him seems Wopr oth as his oavtctions evea, ff it Is kis decisima, SALE OF CANDY OCT. 10 BENEFITS BRAIN RESEARCH Chairman Mrs. Wm. Dittus an- nounces a door-to.door candy sale will be made Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th. The Trick or Treat candy this year is a Bergandy Mix in a clear plastic bag. The candy sells for $1.00 per bag. The Organizotion-- The Brain Research Foundation is a not-for- profit organization incorporated in the State of Hlinois in 1953 with headquarters in Chicago, HI. The organization is composed of Sci- entists and Laymen for the pur- pose of sponsoring a program of Public Education, Research, and a Brain Research Center, to find the cause and ways of treating all types of Brain-related illness. The pmblemBrain Related Ill- aesses--- America's Number One health problem. Here are a few Mcts: 1 out of every 10 persons falls VOL. 59 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1961 NO, MERIT SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION OPEN TO H.S. STUDENTS " All 1963 graduates of Mt. Pul- aski Township High School who wish to enter the 1962-63 Nation- al Merit Scholarship competition should register now at the school office, Lee Taylor, principal, an- nounced today. The National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test will be given in PLANS ARE COMPLETED FOR COUNT PULASKI DAY PROGRAM: GARDEN CLUB SEES COLOR PICTURES OF FLOWER SHOW The Mount Pulaski Garden Club met in the library club room Friday afternoon, Sept. 29. Miss Marie Sams and Mrs. A. Tribute to City's Namesake Set For Wednesday, Oct. 11 Everybody is cordially to come to the club room in the Muldoon building, Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. to help cele. victim to brain disorders. 3 out of every 100 are destined to be mentally retarted. 1 out of every 2 hospital beds in the United States is occupied by a brain-disorder patient. 10,000 babies are born annually with Cerebral Palsy. At birth a child can be born with a brain injury . . the brain can be hurt in many ways later on... a blow on the head, infections, and lack of oxygen are just a few of the causes accidents that can happen to any one of us. Brain Dimle Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, En- cephalitis, Feeble.Mindedness, In- sanity, Multiple Sclerosis, Cere- bral Arteriosclerosis, Parkinson- ism, Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, i Mental Retardation, Psychosis, Migraine, Meurosis. Research Is The Answer .... Your Help Is Needed Now! the school at 9 am., Tuesday, March 6, 1962. Students who will graduate from high school in 1963 and en- ter college in the same calendar ,ear are eligible for scholarship consideration in the 1962.63 Merit Program. To receive consideration, the student must take the test when it is offered in his school. Par. ticipating students pay a $1 fee on the day of the test. Any inter- ested student who is unable to pay the fee should consult Mr. Taylor. Awards in the Merit Program are granted on the base of in- tellectual merit, but student fin- racial needs determine the a- mount of individual stipends. The stipends are renewable each year without further testing. A student's performance on the qualifying test also provides him holds that the  of tbe tuntrT is - bourn be  1st CHORUS PRACTICE not betteve, if his party that the oaly way it cms come into power a bloody revolution. i ' vers with friends, even chance acquaiutanceL ex- freely his opiniou on cmy thout fear. The first practice of the Com- munity Chorus for the Christmas concert, will be held at the high school choral room (southwest comer of building), Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30 p.m. This Community Chorus group will be made up of members of the Sil-Tennial Pageant Chorus not expect his  to and anyone else in Mount Pulas- between pfltug and ki and surrounding area, who nor his telephone to be his place of dwell- polkdos not repm so doing bu. not registered with the with information that is useful " in career planning or in selecting courses in high school and col- lege, Mr. Taylor stated. William Beckers Died At Kankakee William Beckers, who was born near Mount Pulaski and-received his early schooling in this city, as a young man located in Kan- kakee, Ill., wtiere he began the practice of law. likes to sing. It Is hoped that " Word was received here by rel- there will be a large number in atives that he had died at 9:30 attendance, a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1961, in Dan McNabb, vocal instructor St- Mary's hospital in that city. .......... the con ' Funeral services will be held of the schools, wut uuv,t -. cert, which will be held in De-Iln Kankakce at 2 p.m. Friday, I Oct. 6, and burial wall be made mver. Dates and time for future prac-[ in a Kankakee cemetery. , will be discussed at this first [ Further inforation next week : .... | in the Times-lews. _ an ldaUflcoft  neeting.  he should be  a traffic mxtde. of hla neiglxbors STUDENT TO SPEAK AT ZION LUTHERAN MISSION SERVICE aarth as though they aes a state line, rather foretgnen -- of those to moe as strangexs since a language differet and with the kaowledge are now matters of between his govem- theiz lint of neither of war. observe their Fall Mission Sun- holding services in the area. I day. Seminarian Clement Win. K. After becoming a member of God in ttm fashion Lee of Springfield, Ill will speak without hindrance, to the Sunday School classes at  m with him in 9 a.m. and be the guest speaker neithex removed to a at the 10:00 a.m. Worship Serv- ice relating the mission ,work be- safety, ff young, ing done in New York s China- older, ordered ready to state with sacrifice of town at True Light Lutheran Church where he vicared for 15 His sermon tex will be J. Lyons are co-chairmen of the club and provided many interest. ing activities for the club during this year, including two trips to Chicago Flower Shows, one in De- cember and another last spring. The club has promoted the planting of petunias all over the city for the Sil-Tennial year, and have hopes the project will carry over for the future. The Flower Show was a big fea- ture of the Sil-Tennial Week, and had a large attendance.' Donald Copeland showed many colored slides of the Flower Show, together with slides of the Sil- Tennial Parade. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland have traveled a lot and have many interesting slides of places visited. Mr. Copeland show- ed a few of those also, which were pleasing. The club will have about four meetings the coming year and all will be of interest. WOMAN'S CLUB TO BEGIN NEW SEASON AT OCT. 19. MEETING The Mount Pulaski Woman's Club will begin the new season of 1961-62 on Thursday, Oct. 12, at 12:30 p.m., for their Fall Lunch- con, to be held in the Christian Church. Mrs. Wilbur E. Stoll, chairman of the Department of Legislation, will present an interesting pro- gram, the speaker to be State Representative Herman Dammer- man, of Lincoln, formerly of Mt- Pulaski. ' Special music will be provided by Dan McNabb and Mrs. Helen Hoblit of Atlanta, who is so well remembered for her splendid chorus leadership at the Sil-Ten- nial Pageant. Mrs. Eugene Kretzinger, pres- ident of the club, will preside at the business meeting. The hostess committee will in- clude the following: Mesdames Robert Wurth, Wilbur Smith, Served At Church Living near Chinatown, New York Ralph Aughenbaugh, Robert My- City as a child and being of ers, Avoldt Ulrich, M. M. Will- In Ne" York's Chinese ancestry ,he was natur-! iams, Hazel Neuschafer, Edwila Chinatown Area ally interested in the work of the I Rentschler, Elmer lxoos, .awara Mission Board of the Atlantic Dis. i cnrom, w. . atxnews, menara Sunday October 8th Zion Luth- trict of the Lutheran Church-J Baker, Elmer Schaffenacker, G. F. eran Church, Mt. Pulaski, Ill., will Missouri Synod when it began  Wait, Frank Turley, Leona Clark Pearl Waddell. True Light Lutheran Church he served in many capacities, among which are church usher, Sunday School Superintendent, Walther League counselor, Vacation Bible School leader and by assignment as full time vicar in the vacancy in the pastorate during 1959. While student during the summer months he served also at Saint Andrew's Lutheran Church, Smth- town, New York, Trinity Luther. an Church, New York City and St. John's Lutheran Church, Portland Oregon. Now while continuing his studies at the seminary he is vicaring in Springfield, building a new mission church under the auspices of Immanuel Lutheran Church. Next June he will gradu- from Concordia Seminary. He will be ordained in the sum- mer of 1962.. The public is cordially invited to hear the interesting and inspir- ing message of Student Clement Wm. K. Lee this coming Sunday. n 25-28 "What does it has his IOblems, his *Y'----- God with all thy his ties, but all ,to o,, not over.shadowed by rt? On this coming Sunday of battle and sud- Zion Lutheran will endeavor to aise a substantial sum of money for world missions. struggle to presee Seminarian Clement Wm. K. with its price- Lee is a student at .Con.nrli  Theological Seminary in vp field, Ill. and is preparing for the a  man. Holy Ministry in the Lutheran an l Church - Missouri Synod. Student Lee is originally from New York ESTATE TRANSFERS City where he received his early E. Cowgur and Ro- education. After graduating from High School there, ne Cowgur, Mt. Pulaski, to his decision to prepare for and Elsie Grathwohld, Mt- lot 2, block 23, city of he ministry and attended Con- cordia College in Portland, Ore. KITCHEN BAND TO PLAY FOR BENEFIT The Sil-Tennial Kitchen Band has accepted an engagement to help raise money for a Forsythe school at their annual carnival which is to be held Saturday, Oct. 14th at Forsythe. brate Count Pulaski Day, and whom the city was named. It is especially fitting to this famous Polish citizen In Sil-Tennial (125th year) Pulaski's founding, and pay bute to the gallant hero who his life for the United ing the Revolutionary War. ' The Sil-Tennial Belles are soring this program and this: another occasion to wear Tennial Dresses. The following program been arranged for the everdng's entertainment: Community singing of "Amer- ica" and "Hail Pulaski", by Mrs. Julian Sams with Edward Stahl as accompanist. Poem written by Henry Longfellow in memory of ki, to be read. Singing by Mrs. George 7-- brun's 4-H Club group, for this occasion. Talk on "Count Pulaski", James Hickey of Elkhart area. Singing by 4-H Club group. Community infflng, with the theme song, "Just Little Street." Miss Marie Sams, will be assisted by Mrs. Sehaffenacker and Mrs. Zebrun. Refreshments will be PJ.: The Brothers of the are also invited to attend. minus the "brush". GRADE SCHOOL MET SEPTEMBER 28 Thes Mount Pulaski dated grade school PTA held regular monlhly meeting day, Sept. 28. Stephen Bertsche and Yocum, Cub Scouts, presented Flag and led the group in Allegiance to the Flag. Rev. Burdick gave the invocation. At the business meeting Edward Ruwe presented the: budget. School menus will be put in the Times.News. bership dues of 50c may be to Mrs. Van Froehlich and Charles Harrslow, Jr. The feature of the a talk by Otis Koehler, of field. ttostesses for the evening Mrs. Lester Skaggs and Mrs, Goodman, representing tive board. GIRL SCOUT DRIVE ..... IS NOW UNDER WAY Girl Scout mothers have knocking on your doors to your help in reaching their They sincerely appreciate The band will play for 15 rain-]help and a complete report ute intervals.at 6 p.m., 7p;m., and I contributions will be given p.m. uonauons Will De taken to I na, xt wk' now.naruav see the featured performers, thus[ "'-.".'-."-" ---:----r-. helnin, the schn,| i, ,,,,a I tt mey mmsea you, please /i(es variousboot'hs at";' tYurentriabtUtit e tiDean school carnival, there will be oth- Ban  --: - . .. K, .rVlt I-'UIaSKI er fun and frolic. Band members " " ELKHART YOUNG MAN COMPLETES TRAINING Marine PvL Hugh F. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cue of Elkhart, has recruit training and with his platoon in San Calif. He graduated from community high school will meet at their usual meeting place on the square at 5:30 p.m., to leave for Forsythe. The Band held a business meet- ing and practice session Tuesday night at the library. It was de- cided to have a potluck supper at the Legion Home in the near future, for member and the|r faro- flies.