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9 q I Io = Notes from Our Readers Along with a subscription payment, the following notes were included... Roger Oxby - Thanks for keeping the paper going. Jack & Leota Knisley - Great Work! Keep it up. Judith Kindred - Thank you for keeping the papr going as many of us look forward to the news from "home". Karen Birnbaum - Good Illi- nois Terminal System article. (That thanks is being passed along to Bob Metz). Charlotte Cross - I do enjoy your paper - keep up the good work! Charlotte Meentemeyer - Keep up the good work. I really enjoy the paper very much. Many thanks to all who have written... It makes my day - Mike Lakin #14 Cole Awe, Alex Deppe and Cory Titus watch free thrower at Williamsville. iiiiii:iiiiii Cory Titus shoots jumper against Bullets. "The bench at end of game at Williamsvill Toppers lost to Williamsville 76-46. Quite a collection of banners. Bob AA Meetings AA.meetings are Thursday evenings, 6 to 7:30Pm in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center on Lafay- ette. Logan County Genealogical and Historical Society Program by Tim McCormick "Lincoln Historical Architec- ture"..January 18 at 6:30Pro. at 114 North Chicago, Lincoln. Guests Welcome. Lloyd Torbeck was a friend of the late Cletus Clobes. When the paper ran the story about Cletus' car a few issues ago, Lloyd was bothered about the photo. The photo of Cletus with his car was taken Shortly before Cletus died. As Lloyd said in a phone call to the paper, that just shouldn't be how Cletus should be remembered. Cletus was a kind and generous guy so Lloyd found this photo that showed that kindness. The photo was taken several years ago; and those two Torbeck youngsters are Corinne and Joel. New Expedited Title Service Christmas became a national holiday i in the US in 1890. $I JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHIII00:(HI "The Little Chulrch That Could" 5:3OPM Saturday Services lOAM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 Secretary of State Jesse White announced his office will offer expedited title ser- vice on titles, duplicate titles, corrected titles and standard ownership changes. Expedited title requests submitted by noon will be shipped UPS overnight that day. Requests submitted after noon will be shipped UPS over- night the next day. A $30 expe- dited fee will be added to the normal transaction fee. Titles will be sent to the address on the title, or to a dealer, remitter, or financial institution with interest in the vehicle. In order to qualify for an expedited title, the sur- rendered title must be a cur- rent Illinois title or a new car title that has not been regis- tered in any state. Transac- tions requiring special docu- ment atiofi (bonds, estate work, etc.) are not eligible. Applications by mail should be sent by express delivery service to... Expedited Title Service / Howlett Building, Rm. 311 /501 S. Second St. / Springfield, IL 62756 Motorists may apply in person by visiting... Springfield / Howlett Build- ing, Rm. 108 / Springfield, IL 62756 Applications for duplicate titles with no changes may be made by telephone if mile- age is not required to be recorded on the vehicle. Tele- phone requests must be paid by accepted credit card (Mas- terCard, American Express or Discover) and will be delivered to the address on the title. For more information on the expedited tRle service, or to apply via telephone, motorists may contact White's office at 217-524-7889. The term 'The Big Apple' was coined by touring jazz musicians of the 1930's who used the slang expression 'apple' for any town or city. Therefore, to play New York City is to play the big time - The Big Apple. Odd Fellow Heritage Apartments Affordable housing ft],]' qualified people Buffalo- Williamsville - Illiopolis For information call: 217-364-4828 or 217-341-6453 1 Open to 5 Sunday-Food Onl 3 [ [h 3o4 E. Me Donald - Mt. Pulaski I II" 792-3335 I .U NEW HOURS Fri. & Sat. Kitchen Open to 11PM