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LIITItER00 5: 3 0 P Ml-"" "-.,.,.-*--I 10AM 223 W. Cooke St. i 792-5502 [ Program Awards Recycling Containers Zion Lutheran Church & School will get a boost to their recycling efforts this summer thanks to a significant grant made possible by The Coca-Cola Foundation. Zion Lutheran Church & School will receive a total of 4 recy- cling bins designed specifically for placement at Zion Lutheran Church & School.Program Awards Recycling Containers Zion Lutheran Church & School will get a boost to their recycling efforts this summer thanks to a significant grant made possible by The Coca-Cola Foundation. Zion Lutheran Church & School will receive a total of 4 recy- cling bins designed specifically for placement at Zion Lutheran Church & School. The Hearing Aid Center[ No Feedback Crisp and Clear Are you not understandin words like you should? We can help. Try them today HEAR BETTER & CLEARER TODAY! Try These New Open Fit Products! Amazing Clarity! Ready to Wear Today! Come In See for Yourself! 30 Days Free Trial Periodl Money Back Guaranteel Less Noticeable - Small But Powerful Call Today! (217)735-3573 The Hearing Aid Center 1201 Woodlawn Rd Lincoln Hours Monday-' Friday 9 am to 3 pm 27 Years Experience! "Through our partnership with Keep America Beautiful, the Coca-Cola Bin Grant Program sup- ports local community recycling efforts across the United states," said Loft George Billingsley, Vice President of Community Relations for Coca-Cola Refreshments. "We are pleased that these bins being placed at Zion Lutheran Church & School in Mt. Pulaski will provide additional oppor- tunities for people to recycle." Zion has been recycling many items for the past 3-4 years and is excited to be a 2012 recipient of The Coca-Cola Foundation's Bin Grant Program in partnership with Keep American Beautifull German Visitors- L-R: Lisa Ingrid Dressel (Metallurgist), Nice Hippe (Bank Mgr.), Torben Schorck (Product Mgr. Scientific Lab Instruments), Dr. Harald Becker (Pharmacist), Mark'us Freyher (Senior Textiles Sales Mgr.) and Mag- dalena Podsiadlo (Metallurgy Scientific Staff). A visit to the Mt. Pulaski Rotary In addition to attending the Mt: Club was made by a group of young Pulaski Rotary meeting, they toured and energetic businessmen and busi- the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse. nesswomen from northern Germany. Submitted by Phil Bertonl CURRENTLY OFFERED. biT.- PULASKI/CHESTNUT/ELKHART PROPERTIES! #2 Governors Dr., Elkhart - $279,900 320N. Lafayette, Mt. Pulaski - $52,900 ,, L".. i\\; 313 N. Spring St., Mt. Pulaski - $55,000 902 S. Spring St., Mt. Pulaski - $55,500 209 W. Olive St., Chestnut - $82,700 !!:i #4 Lamplighter Circle, Mt. Pulaski - $185,000 , 11 ; #23 Prairie Lane, Mt. Pulaski- $199,900 ME Realty-217.735.5424 Seth A. Goodman- 217.737.3742 304 E, McDonald, Mt. Pulaski- COMMERCIAL - $89,900 sethsellslincoln @gmail.conVwww.set hsellslincoln.com Sunday- May 13- 10 am- 2 pm Roast Beef Ham Chicken With All The Fixings Breakfast Dishes Fresh Fruit Tea or Coffee Cake or Pie Adults $13 99 Children $5 99 but not required 217-796-3550 Special Treat for Morn with a Reservation POlice Report By Mike Lakin Officer Wil Gilmer was called" to a Mt. Pulaski residence. An open window with no screen proved to too inviting. 1-tovvever, entry was shorted lived. The over-turned table by the window told the story. Whoever came through the window beat a hasty retreat. The family dog was home. Officer Will Gilmer responded to a dog bite call. The caller had been bitten on the shin by a dog in the 400 block of S. Marion St. The dog had broken his chain and attacked the victim. Animal Control was called and the dog was confiscated. During the process the dog reacted negatively and aggressively. The owner was notified and issued a city ordinance violation. He can reclaim custody of his dog from Animal Control. Chief Lynn Freer stopped the pickup when the computer came back with a warrant on the driver. The driver was wanted on a warrant out of Sangamon County. Who knew you could have an outstanding warrant on your record for violating the Roofing Industry Act. The arrest followed. If you're suspended, drive your pickup with you license plate leaning in the windshield to attract attention. Officer Brian Willmert arrested the driver and it was off to the county jail, 6 Mt, Pulaski Times Thursday - May 10, 2012