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i! if, ! !i i ii !, t i!iI 6-TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski. Ill.) THURSDAY, SEPT, 2. 1971 LANEVIEW F.aRMS SHOW PRIZE SHORT- HORMS AT FAIRS Laneview Farms of Chestnut, 111., owned by Richard, Victor and Ray- mond Stoll, showed their Registered Milking Short- horns at both the Logan County and Illinois State Fairs receiving many fine awards. At the Logan County Fair, Laneview Farms re- ceived both the Grand Champion Bull and Cow awards for the 3rd year in ,succession. Also seven oth- er first placings. At the Illinois State Fair, Laneview again took Grand Champion Bull - 3 years in succession. The cow that was Grand Champion in 1969 and 1970 was Re- serve Champion this year. The Junior Champion Bull award was also won. Al- together, Laneview had 8 first placings and 2 seconds that were I st in Land of Lincoln division, which in- cluded the winning of the Futurity Trophy, In the 4-H Show at the Logan County Fair, John Stoll showed the Reserve Champion Jr. Heifer and Henry showed the Cham- pion Cow. On Monday, AugGst 23 at the F.F.A. District Show in Springfield, Henry Stoll showed the Champion Cow in the Milking Shorthorn Division, and received the trophy for Grand Cham- pion Female over all Dairy Breeds. Attended Coop Seed.. Clinic In Missouri Ronald Baldwin of Farm- ers Grain Co., Chestnut, II1. attended COOP Seed Clinic which was held Aug. 24, 1971. at Farmland Industries School in Kan- sas City, Missouri. Farmland Industries School is the center of training for employees of local cooperatives from throughout Mid-America. Students are selected by local managers and sent to the center, where they are trained to better serve the members of the local co- operatives that own Farm- land Industries. CITY CX)UClI, GULAR MEETIN ION AUUGUST 24 Mayor John Biesemeier presided at the City Coun- cil meeting held on August 24th. Alderman Hubbard was absent and Alderman Mason was excused for Fire Dept. duty. All other Aldermen were present. Fire Chief Fred Lipp re- ported one city alarm with no fire and two rural alarms during the past month. Police Department re- ported thirteen tickets were issued. Three local citizens com- plained in person about problems with dogs and asked that the local dog ordinance be enforced. Mayor Biesemeier stated he would contact tht own- ers of the dogs in question again and that the ordin- ance would be enforced. Five citizens also appear- ed to complain about a street dust problem in the South end of town. After considerable discussion on this problem, it was decid- ed that, should the road start "'bleeding through" again, due to hot weather and increased traffic on the route 54 detour streets, that clean white sand would be used to hold (xDI.SCHOOI  down the dust problem, jldTINTOI3ITC. The annual appropria- tion ordinance levy was LUNCH POLICY read and approved'by the The Mt. Pulaski Consoli- Council. dated Grade School and the The zoning ordinance Zion Lutheran School an- was amended to include nounced a free and reduced item No. 34 to permit price lunch policy for Mr. Pula- light industrial, packaging, ski Cons. Grade School and assembling and fabrication Zion Lutheran School children in the present business dis- unable to pay the full price. trict. Local school officials have The committee working adopted the following family with the Vonder]ieth board size and income scale to assist is to meet with them again them in determining eligibility. concerning sewerage facili- Family AnnualGross Monthly ties and report back to the Size Income Gross Council. Income The Mayor set a special 1 $2,040.00 5170.00 City Council meeting for 2 2,670.00 ,3.00 7:30 p.m. September 3rd. 3 3,310.00 276.00 4 3,940.00 329.00 Auxiliary Members 5 4.530.00 378.00 6 5,110.00 426.00 Asked To Help 7 5,640.00 470,00 8 6,170.00 515.00 American Legion Auxil- 9 6,650.00 '555.00 iary members are requested 10 7,130.00 595.00 to be at the Legion Home 11 7,600.00 634.00 on Sept. 4th and assist 12 8.080.00 674.00 with the Legion Chicken Fry. Call Eugenia Lynch, Each additional 792-3958 to let her know family what hours you can help. member 480.00 40.00 Families falling within these scales or those suffering from OR HERDERT F LENZ 6nd DR LOUIS W. C LEHZ GLASSES PRESCRIBED AND CONTACT LENSES HOURS: 9 A.M. to S P.M. Except Thurs. 9-1Z 518 Broadway LINCOLN, ILLINOIS unusual circumstances or hard- ships are urged to apply' for free or reduced price lunches for their children. They may do so by filling in the applica- tion forms sent home in a letter to parents. Additional copies are available at the principal's office in each school. Applica- tions may be submitted any time during the school year. The form itself is simple to complete and requests informa- tion needed to determine eco- nomic need based on come and number of in the family and any circumstances or which affect the fami] to pay for school lunch JAMES Plumbing & 24 Hour Servi Mt. Pulaski, LAKE FORK SERVICE Lake Fork, III, Phone 792- 5441 0ate now open at LAKE FORK Gas, Diesel OH, Hytra, and Oils. Full Line of additive. Batterie for cars, Trucks Tractors. Fan Belts and 0OMPLETE IGNITION WRECKER SERVICE Open 6 a. m. to 6 p.m. Monda Open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday Closed Saturday Open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday Care operated by ROY TROXELL Gas Station Owned and operated O,.J, PRiOHARD Steak or Roast Rib Steak tl.l.l, almclllTii Lm I su,d mb no,s, 99 ermch eacm 59 rr udp wan- aml OUND ,.--d.q,. 39  4 .  NI 28  P/A tlrqla(rdt ,hdce One-a-dmy . $1 4 O.s.ay . 1  TtoS 'z. 12  Tim ".2. 37 rmm .o-- 21 Imat Tu m 99 'S  II lmrRNr  43 v,aem I Tam .... 3 Jd-0 '-- -- 11 lU. Fruit  21 Puana I CUe .,,. 73 PemutButtor --" 61 Perkmdllems _." 15 i Charcoal ,ulmt  -- 5 m ,m Okl Fal, Loaf 73* S-PACK lOYAL CNOWN Cola RIPE "" 1 CROP u u NMONO Potato Mandarin Chips Oranges Anga Food French Bread VI4S.L m:D Cake Donuts .-- Beans GEORGE'S FOODS %VEEK DAYS  8.-00 A.M. to 9.,00 P.M. SUNDAYS  9.-00 A,M. to 1.-00 P.M. MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS