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-Thank You 4 capacity, but not required. Call 217-796-3550 message if calling after hours City Council Con't from Page 24 The city's tree commission is wor ng on meeting the requirements to be certi- fied as a USA Tree City. City Treas. Jim S1ztton reported the city's income for the period ending March 12 was $31,267.06. The city Council approved a donation of $300 to the high school post prom cel- ebration. The city will make its annual donation of $500 to the Athletic Association. The city Council will next meet Tues- day, March 26 for its committee meeting in City Hall. e ar=ng FREE Hearing Check Up Is it Wax? Let Us Help Past or Present Caterpillar Employees - Hearing Benefits Have Increased! HEAR BETTER & CLEARER TODAY! Try These New Open Fit Products! Amazing Clarityl Ready to Wear Today! Come See for Yourself! Money Back Guarantee/Less Noticeable - Small But Powerful 30 Days Free Trial Period/ Call The Hearing Aid Center 1201 Woodlawn Rd Lincoln -(217) 735-3573 Hburs Monday - Friday 9 am to 3 pm 27 Years Experiencel Mt. Pulaski Community Unit District 23 Is Now Taking Applications For School Year 2013-14 For School Bus Drivers You must be 21 years of age or older, must be able to pass a drug t'est, background check and have a valid drivers license. If interested, whether you have a CDL or School Bus permit or not, please mail letter of application, resume and references to: Todd Hamm, Superintendent Mt. Ptilaski CUD #23 119 N. Garden St. Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548-1285 MPCUD #23 is an equal opportunity employer. THE FAMILY OF DORIS YECK would like to thankyou for the cards, flowers and prayers we received after she passed. Although Doris hadn't lived in the community for several years now, she kept in close con- tact with many of you. We all know she enjoyed countless hours on her porch visiting with friends and families over the years when she did live there. We are grateful for your kindness and appreciate you conveying your sympathy at this dif- ficult time. It meant so much to us all. Sincerely, The families of Tony Walker, Michael Yeck, Floyd "Jr" Yeck, Tanya Kroeschel and Tywana McFadden " l ,CLASSIFIEDS 0 I:1 ID z-I 0 I,.Z O0 ZO FOR SALE - 60 bales - alfalfa hay $6.50; 49 bales - Clover hay $5.50; 50 bales - straw $3.00, cash only, 792-5104. FOR SALE - Sharp microwave; Whirl- pool (1-year old) washer/dryer (electric); Denim sofa, chair, and ottoman, 737- 7099. FOR SALE - $200 Campbell-Haysfeld framing nailer & coil roofing nailer, never used, paid over $400, 217-671-0771. FOR SAL-E - $650, YORK 400-pound Olympic Barbell set, 792-5363. FOR SALE - $8,000, 1982 Harley David- son Sportster 1,000 CC, one owner, 21,000 miles, good condition, 792-5363. FOR SALE - $50 -GE 30" electric range, all burners and oven working, 792-5912. FOR RENT - Mt Pulaski 2-bdrm upstairs apt., stove-refrig, furn., w/d hookup, refer- ences-lease, 792-5508. FOR RENT - One bdrm house.; washer, dryer, reffig., air con&, stove; lg. yard, close to grocery store. No pets; nonsmok- ers, Sec. dep., 792- 5363. FOR RENT - Available mid-April, 2 bdrm apt, w/garage, w/d hooku15, stove-refrig, references, deposit, & lease required, 792- 5508. FREE TO GOOD HOME: Corner TV stand, you like it, take it for free, 792-5858. HOME CARE - personal care, cooking, laundry, meal preparation, light house- work, set up medications, shopping, Over 20 yrs experience, Sandy (309) 231-4540. WANT TO BUY - Very small utility trailer, 674-3709. HELP WANTED -Mount Pulaski Athletic Association is hiring an individual to maintain the concession stand and work the ball diamonds. To apply, call Start Anderson - 217-306-2483.