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Of Blocked Calls and Name Withheld By Mike Lakin Considering making harassing calls and blocking or withholding your phone number.? Might want to reconsider. A local couple was receiving harassing calls. The couple reported to Chief Lynn Freer the nature of the calls. AT&T, when told by hief Freer about the call contents, immediately provided the phone records and the phone number the calls were originating from. A total of 36-calls were made from an address in Forsyth. Chief Freer and Offi- cer Will Gilmer arrived at the Forsyth residence. It was found the calls were made from a 13-year-olds cell phone. The parents of the 13-year-old were cooperative with the investigation. The calls started as a joke, at the urging of some friends. The 13-year-old wrote a letter of apology to the Mt. Pulaski couple. Chief Freer was satisfied the father would take dis- ciplinary measures and no further action was needed. The father handed Chief Freer the phone in case it was needed as ................................. evidence. The father told Chief Freer the 13-year-old wouldn't need the phone anymore. Did You Know - Iran's "morality police" are cracking down on Barbie dolls as being anti-islam THIRTY ONE OPEN HOUSE Sunday Feb. 12 th 4"30-8:00 PM Pizza Man on the Square in Mt Pulaski Spring catalogs and AWESOME new prints and products are ready for you and better than ever[ Also available will be cash and carry items-you chose your discount the MORE you shop the MORE you save. February customer specials are for every $31 you spend you chose an item for 31% off. Come for PIZZA and SHOPPING Cindy Wilham Thirty One Consultant The Hilltoppers traveled to Midwest Central on Friday February 3, and before a packed house on their Homecoming, came away with a 46-38 win. With the victory the boys also captured the Traveling Tomahawk Trophy. This trophy has been around for over forty years. The trophy was made by Kenley Cordts of Pekin and donated by the Pekin Daily News to the Tomahawk Conference for basketball in the late sixties. The ax head was donated by Prairie Trails. Rumor has it that the trophy got lost for several years and was recently discovered a few years back in someone's garage. This Traveling Trophy has traveled many miles and been many places over the last forty some years. If it could only talk. Thursday - February 9, 2012 5 97 8-Pk., 11-Oz. High Energy Suet Dough No-melt mixture of suet, sunflower seeds and corn. L 145 814 1 While supplies last SPECIAL PURCHASE 17 97 Gal. 1.SHP Portable Wet/Dry Vac Features a powerful motor for maximum suction. Includes a 4' x 1/4" hose, crevice tool, utility nozzle, reusalaie cloth filter, clamp ring and foam filter. R 145 563 1 While supplies last 6 99 reg. 8.99 45-CL, 13-Gal. Tall Kitchen Trash Bags Reinforcing bands add strength while using less plastic. Drawstrings for easy, secure closing, W 143956 B6 While supplies last. J0.NS0N GARDENS Open 7 Days a Week Men. - Fri. 7:30Am - 6Pm Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pm Sun. lOAm - 3Pro START RIGHT. START HERE: 423 S. Washington Stl - Mt. Pulaski Sale Ends Feb. 29, 2012 FREE Shipping to our store on /our orders Mt. Pulaski Times