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An Insurance and Financial Revi is a good way to figure out you need and what you don't need. Let's schedule one today. Larry D. Medaris LUTCF 31 6 S. Washington - Mt. Pulaski )i112-~H0 Fill IANOIAL ONLY First - Second & Third Place Winners Lincoln Emblem Club# 433, along presented at the W/IM State Associa- with the WIIM State Association, tion Convention Installation Sunday, sponsored an Americanism Essay June 3. Contest. The purpose of this compe- The subject for the 2011-2012 tition was to promote Americanism contest was... "AJbr 235 years of Inde- and Patriotism among young people, pendence from British rule, why do we This contest was limited to students still celebrate the 4th of July?" This year in grades 5 and 6. The essay was five sixth graders wrote Americanism judged on the following criteria: essays. Content: 50 points, Organization Those participating were Corey of Subject: 30 points, and Usage and Beccue, Faith Doerr, Olivia Letterle, Grammar: 20 points. Emma Schoth, and Jade Stewart. The WIIM State Association cash Emma Schoth was chosen as awards are First Place ($100), Second the first place winner; Faith Doerr Place ($50), and Third Place ($25). received second place; and .Olivia The essay contest awards will be Letterle was awarded third place. device, for cannabis~ a crack cocaine ceramic pipe, a digital scale, a bag of By Mike Laddn suspected cannabis, a bag of suspected cocaine, a canister of suspected crack Chief Lynn Freer was first attracted cocaine, a metal smoking device for when the Dodge pickup traveled down cannabis, three hypodermic needles, a Washington Street at 20 mph. ~hr~h the partial needle, a bag of suspected heroin, speed limit being 25 mph - well it struck a spoon with suspected heroin attached him has most interesting, to it, 2 long black strings, and some pills Later, the pickup failed to signal a tum were found in the truck. - offedng an opportunity to make a traffic Arrests were made. The Dodge pickup stop to see who this careful motonst was. and the cash were seized for forfeiture. When the driver was asked if he had When the driver was told his truck was any drug related items in his truck, he being seized, and the ,court would be answered no. That was not the end of the asked to have the money and truck inquiry. Officer Kyle Veech arrived with forfeited, he was less than thrilled. K-9 officer Cash and Cash indicated for The lesson here is... Don't drive drugs in the vehicle, suspiciously under the speed limit and How was the driver's honesty?. Dudng always use your turn signal - especially the search of the vehicle, the driver, and if you are transporting a 'pharmacy' of a passenger- certain items came to light, illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia. First, the driver had $870 in cash. Then a Chief Freer said he would definitely file glass pipe for cocaine, a glass-smoking to take the money and truck. Left Until Illinois State Fair Tram Time Countdown Is On! Tram Volunteer Signup Sheets at Mt. Pulaski City Hall (113 S. Lafayette Hours - Mon. - Fri. 8 to 4) PLEASE, NO PHONE CALLS TO CITY HALL Questions? C-call one of the numbers listed at City Hall SIGN UP TODAY! Working the Trams benefits our Communities and Schools Thank You, and Lets Make this a Great Volunteer Tram Year! 217-871-8094 364-1300th Ave Lake Fork I:1 4 Mt. Pulaski Times Thursday - April 19, 2012