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.g i,.a t o ol See More Photos - www.facebook.com/pages/Mtpulaskitimes Of Beaches and Mother Duckers By Mike Lakin Two people were walking down the street when, reportedly, a dog left a yard and came within a foot of one of the individuals - barking, growling, and acting intimidating. A woman came out of a house and called the dog back into the yard and the two people continued to walk. The woman called out the dog could not have left the yard because of an underground fence. One of the individuals responded, "the dog did leave the yard and I have a witness." The woman replied, "Well your witness is no good".., and that's when the police report was filed. Officer Kyle Veech took the report. By deftly substituting "beaches, mother duckers, and duckings" the story can be told. Officer Veech went to the house, knocked on the front door, and the dog that fit the description approached him on the front porch barking and growling. The owner of the dog immedi- ately stated, "those 'beaches' are lying, and my dog doesn't leave the yard!" Officer Veech asked the dog owner to either put the dog in the house or on a leash; the request was ignored. Asked if the dog would bite, the owner said, "he might, you are in his yard." The owner was advised that the city had ordinances concerning dogs running at large and dogs who intimidate. The owner of the dog ignored Officer Veech's statements and continued to state his dog never leaves the yard. At that very moment, the dog was out of the yard and running in circles around the squad car parked in the street. The owner was advised to restrict his dog or animal control would be called. Officer Veech issued the dog owner a city ordinance violation for a dog running at large-intimidation in the amount of $200. The owner of the dog refused to sign or accept the citation, and stated, "put it in the 'ducking' mailbox." Later the owner of the dog arrived at the police station and stated his dty citation made no sense and Officer Veech forgot to write a date on the citation so it was his opinion that the seven-day "pay by date" did not apply to him. He then told Officer Kyle Veech that he was a "stupid 'mother ducker' " and that he needed to go back to "cop school" and learn how to date things. Officer Veech told the owner of the dog that the report was taken "today" and that he had seven days from "today" to pay the citation. A report says the avian flu could mean no turkey for millions of people on Thanksgiving. MPTHS CLASS of 1962 Classmates held their monthly luncheon at the Farmers Family Restaurant in Mt. Pulaski 11:30 May 4. Attending were: Janice Jaggi Andrews, Jim Boy and Judy Coogan, Carol Gee Coombs, Gene and Patsy Cowgur, John Drake, Sharon Wachter Gerdes, Gerald Goodman, Deanna Sue Crowe Ollis, Marian Dierker Rogers, Jim Stiles, Frank Thornton, Pat Walsh, Sue Gillum Wershey, Keith Wilham, and Dick Romer. Much fun and a great meal was had by all and several past sto- ries were embellished greatly. Next luncheon is June 1, same place, same tirr. Submitted By- Dick Romer Mt Pulaski Police Report Mount Pulaski resident was pulled over for driving while sus- pended and convictions included driving suspended-revoked and two convictions for driving without valid license or permit. The driver had been arrested by the local police department February 12 for driving without a valid license. The inevitable arrest followed and the driver was held in the county jail in lieu of bond. Chief Lynn Freer made the arrest. Things come in threes, so we may again see reference to this individual in the future. Mt pulaski Library The Kitchen Chemist Logan County 4-H will give a hands-on-program at the Mt Pulaski Library 10:30am July 21. Mt Pulaski Library Summer Reading Read to the Rhythm of the Jungle Beat - All programs start at 10:30am June 1 - 6 Sign Up June 9 Ronald McDonald June 16 Scovil Zoo Zion Lutheran School Registration Families are invited to consider Zion Lutheran School in Mt. Pulaski as another educational choice for their children. Registration is open to children ages two through 8th grade for the 2015-2016 school year. We offer a traditional faith-based education along with extracur- ricular opportunities, all in our beautiful new school facility. Our half-day preschool program offers several options, including a 1-day class for 2 year olds, a 2-day class This program is for kids 8-9 and 10-years old. You can sign up for this when you up for Summer Reading the 1 't week in June. This program is a must pre-reg- ister. June 23 John Brownback - Magic & Balloons June 30 IL Raptor Center - Live Birds July 7 Snakehead Ed - Live Snakes July 14 Ice Cream Party & Craft July 25 Last Day to Turn in Reading Charts for 3 year olds, and a 3-day class or 5-day class for 4 year olds. Registration continues through August, but space is limited. Tuition assistance is available! Tuition rates are available, call Zion's office at 217-792-5715. Reg- istration forms may be picked up in the school office, located at 203 S. Vine, Mt. Pulaski. You can also request the forms, email the school office at office@zionmp.org for your convenience. Zion Lutheran School has been providing quality Christian educa- tion for decades and does not dis- criminate against anyone because of race, color, national, or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability.