Residents in the town of Maceo fight to save a Daviess county landmark. An 80 foot mural on the old post office building may be torn down in two weeks if owner Jim White can not find a buyer. The mural depicts Antonio Maceo the cuban revolutionary the town was named for. It also has farmers, native americans who hunted in the area, and a group of people respresenting community spirit. It was painted in 1993 by Lance Hunter with the help of those in the community who hope to see it saved. Resident Jonathan Owens says the mural has everything to do with their lives and history. He says theres no point tearing it down. Meanwhile, County Commissioner Jim Lambert says he is working to get a group together to come up with ten thousand dollars to purchase and maintain the building. Lambert also says he will ask the county to contribute to save the mural but does not believe they should take ownership of it.