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Laenna Township Receives Dividend Township Officials of Illinois This is the nineteenth year Risk Management Association a dividend has been paid to (TOIRMA) has voted to pay a eligible members. A total of dividend. AllTOIRMA members 1,294 member townships will who joined the program from be paid $1,805,147, which rep- June1,1986throughMay31,2005 resents approximately 15% of - and continue to be members theirannualcontributionforthe in the current year - received a 2004-2005 program year. dividend. The dividend is applied to the TOIRMAis a self-funded inter-township's annual contribution. governmental pool established to provide coverages exclusively for Illinois townships that are If somebody outdraws you, smile and members of the Township Offi-walkaway. There'splentyoftimetolook cials of Illinois. tough when you're outta sight! COWBOY WISDOM Annual Town Meeting Change Of Notice is hereby given to the legal voters, residents of the Township of Meeting Notice Lake Fork in the County of Logan and State of Illinois, that the Annual Town of Lake Fork Meeting of said Township will take place on Tuesday, April 13, 2010. Township Board Being the second Tuesday of said month at the hour of 8 o'clock PM., at of Trustees the Notice is hereby given of a change Lake Fork Township Hall for the trans- of meeting of the Lake Fork Township action of the miscellaneous business Board of Trustees. The meeting will- of the said township; and after a Mod- be held on Tuesday, April 13, 2010 at erator having been elected, will pro- 8:00 P.M. at the Lake Fork Township ceed to hear and consider reports of Hall located at 260 2000t" Ave., in Mt. officers, and decide on such measures Pulaski, Illinois rather than Monday, as may, in pursuance of law. come Apd112, 2010. before the meeting. Dated this 10t" day of March, 2010 Dated March 10, 2010 Jean E. Davis, Jean E. Davis, Clerk Township Clerk Have power when the power goes out with our Guardian Standby Generators When the power goes out.., and it will... You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators for automatic back-up power ,g Fully Automatic C 24/7 Protection Permanently Installed d" Better Than Portables Now Installing Geothermal Heating & Cooling Geothermal heating & cooling uses the relatively con- stant temperature of the earth to heat & cool homes and businesses with 40% to 70% less energy. Geothermal heat pumps use electricity to simply move heat from the earth into buildings. A geothermal heat pump can move up to 4 units of heat for every unit of electricity needed to power the system, resulting in an equivalence of over 400% efficiency. Good News! The government revised Federal Tax Credits for homeowners who install geothermal heat pumps. The tax credit is up to 30% of the total cost of installation for home owners. I 105 E. Jefferson St. - North Side of Square Mr. Pulaski I "Customer service you can count on." lic. #0518-1898 lib AA Meeting Alcoholics Anonymous meet- ings are every Thursday evening, 6 to 7:30Pm in the Mr. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center, on Lafayette. Sandwiches for Scholarships The Pork Chop Sandwich Sale will be Saturday, April 24 from 11Am-1Pm at Johnson's Food Center. Sponsored by the Mr. Pulaski Women in Business, proceeds will be for Scholarships for ML Pulaski Students. My Best Friend, Rosiejo By Pat Straumann Rosiejo was three months old when she came to live with Andy and me. Right off the bat, the little cockapoo pup won our hearts. Her intelligence and outgoing personality just lit up her loving puppy face. In no time at all, she became ruler at our country home with the big fenced yard. Though mischievous at times, she could also charm the grump- iest person around into gales of laughter at her antics. After a couple years, we brought another little cockapoo, like Rosie, into our home. Taken with each other at first glance, they became fast friends racing round the yard. Though Rosie was the dominant pup, Cassie ever seemed to mind. After several years, Cassie grew blind. Bless her heart,~ it didn't sway her from keeping up with Rosie. And Rosie soon, either by instinct or intetlect, knew what had happened to Cassie, that she could no longer see, and our little sweetheart took over. When she went outside to play and investigate the yard, she encouraged Cassie to go too. And, she always wafted to be sure Cassie was right at her heels as she walked around the yard, circumventing trees, bushes, or other obstacles like any pro- fessional guide, dog would have done. As Cassie became more reliant on Rosie's care, her confi- dence in Rosie's abilities to save her from bumping into things, became phenomenal. After our little angel, Rosie, passed away, Cassie lived for another three years. Cassie was still confident enough to avoid most obstacles. We always felt Rosie had instilled this confi- dence in her and it became her legacy from our little angel dog. Both little angels are gone now to doggie heaven, but I'm sure they're still together as the best of friends, enjoying each oth- er's company throughout eter- nity. I like to imagine I'll see them again. A Holstein's spots are like a fingerprint or snowflake. No two cows have exactly the same pattern of spots. q It. utas i imcz OSPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times- issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mr. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mr. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mr. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mr. Pulaski, Illinois 62548 Office: 217-792-5557 times@frontiernet.net Raise the Roof with Ice Cream and Ham & Beans The Mt. Pulaski United Methodist Church is raising funds for the church roof. Don Maxheimer's excellent homemade ice cream will be sold to assist with this effort. Don's selling his ice cream for $10 per gallon. To place an order, call Don 217-519-0175. The church is hosting a Ham & Beans & Cornbread Dinner to help raise funds. There will be a side dinner of Hot Dogs & Chips. The dinner is Saturday, April 24 from 4 to 7Pm. 2 i ' i' CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE Cobra 142GTL 40-channel CB radio, upper & lower side band, desk powered micro- )hone $125; Super Star 250-watt Lenier 12 Volt - CB ONLY $125; Elec. Powered wheel chair, exc. Cond., w/manuals & char- ger 24-volt $100; Steel animal traps - 110 & 1/3/4 coil spring, new - 110 $35Idoz., 1 314 $85/dz -792-5658 Hook-Line & Sinker 301 S. Garden - Mt. Pulaski 217-792-5658 Henry Rifle Dealer Golden Boy Model H004 22 Long Rifle Brass Receiver Walnut Stock $515 Before Taxes Sale! ($526.76 includes taxes & paperwork) Offer good until next issue of the Mt, Pulaski Times Bristol Tickets, Spring and fall race, 217-412-6331 (Mr. Pulaski) Call Kella today to place your WATKINS order, 217-737-5661 Brown egg-laying chickens, production red or white rock, $8 each, 2 for $15 - 671-0200 Dog Kennel 2-6x12 panels, 2-6x6 panels 1-6x6 w/door panel, $100 for all 671-0200 GE 30" elec. stove $100; Hotpoint washer - GE elec. dryer $100 each; side by side fridge for shop-garage $100; 36" wood lathe w/stand - lhp mtr. & 8 chisels $450, Mt.P 414-1012 Patio furn., redwood style w/3 chairs, love- $~ seat, needs minor repair, $25 - 671-0200"~ Fresh Brown Eggs, 792-3372 2005 Honda 3 Passenger Watercraft, bought new in 2006, only 46 hours, looks good runs great, $5,900; 2005 Honda Aquatrax F-12, liquid-cooled inline four-cyl, 1235cc, axial-flow single-stage 147.0mm jet pump with reverse, includes 2006 Kara- van trailer and Honda cover, Lisa (309) :~ 251-0923~" Winco generator 6000, elec. start, mounted on rolling stand w/rubber wheels & w/cover, used twice, exc. cend., 792-5161 Oak entertainment center wlstorage, $100 or best offer, 792-3773 FOR RENT i 3-BDRM home-2-miles south of Mt. rj1 Pulaski on blacktop road; Propane heat, "- AC, carpeted, basement, 2 car attached i~ garage--extremely nice house, First month's rent, full deposit & contract required. Abso- lutely no inside pets. (H) 217-792-5928 leave message, (C) 217-433-1130 Elkhart 1-Brm nonsmoking upstairs apt., priv. ent., garbage-water furn., No pets, ~! $320/month, dep. requ. 622-6911 3 bdrm 2 bath, country home, NW of Mt. Pulaski, Centrally located between Mt. Pulaski, Elkhart & Lincoln, $750/month, Call Kella 217-737-5661 2 bdrm Apt. - Mt. Pulaski, lease, refer- ences, depost, 737-0347 or 792-5313 S BRAND NEW LIVING ROOM SET ONLY $699 Never used with lifetime warranty. Can Deliver. Mattress Set Clearance NEW - NOT USED. Sets starting at: Twin $100, Full $120. Queen $170, King $250. Sofa OVERSTOCK Brand new sofas starting at: Micr0fiber $299, Leather $399. Matching pieces available. Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE Handyman Services Kitchens & Bathrooms Drywall Siding & Windows Painting Hardwood Floors Dave Edwards 217-685-1700 SERVICES Summer Child Care, Megan AIIspach 217-638-7886 (after 3Pm), Daycare and ~ Teaching experience.} Garden tilling, yard mowing, yard cleanup Darrin 217-737-9479 Yard mowing, yard work, cleaning gut- ters, odd jobs, Allen Eeten 217-871-2753 Decks Ceramic Tile Small Additions Power Washing "Honey-Do" Lists & Much More... Kevin Hild il com