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Nit Pulaski Women in Business Sandwiches For Scholarships Pork Chop Sandwich Sale Saturday October 1 - I 1 to 1 Johnson's Food Center Phone Orders: 217-341-8067 - reks - kd0/Vko 2235 W Mound Rd Decatur 217-877-2235 616 N Chicago St Lincoln 217-732-3331 Authorized Retailer We're The "Local Guys" and Perform Our Own Installations & Service Call P & M CommunicaUons Today & Enjoy the Best in Satellite 13/ SEE US FOR THAT NEW TY! Pumpkins Petting Zoo - Craft Store Gourds - Haunted House Corn Maze- Board Maze Please- No Pets 0n 121 Bewaa tamam & Warmasbum Watch for sign Me-Sat 9-8 & Sunday11-6 Phone: 672-8287 $5 OFF An)/ Chainsaw Semce IS Barry Leach- PM presents Charles Holmes and Joe Mat- thews with 65-year membership pins. The two local Masons joined the lodge in 1946. 8th gradersplaying on the Bruins team this fall. Luke Litterly, Will Stewart, Lane Davis, Dalton Litterly, Brandon Huff, and Brett Huff. Robert Gasaway Photo By Mike Lakio After a long legal action, the City of Mt. Pulaski has the deed to the "Red Door". Chief Freer made an inspec- tion of the property and a photo inventory of contents. Plans are to sell the property "as is" by sealed bids. Intersection Study State. of Illinois plans to change intersection of 121 City has Deed to "Red Door" - McDonald Street - Bates Road. Plans are to move Bates Road so it intersects on 121 and away from cur- rent intersection. Residents affected would pull onto 121 go several feet, and then turn back onto Bates Road. Mayor Jim Fuhrer said he did not want the city to get involved in the matter and does not want to spend city funds on any legal action. In Other Business Council approved locating a new well on the north side of Salt Creek. City Treasurer Jim Sutton reported income of $105,460.31. Deemed a health hazard, the residence at Jefferson & Garden Streets will be inspected by the city. Jasper & Lafayette Streets will have yield signs instaUed. Chief Freer will decide which will be through street. Council discussed a need to trim shrubs at some intersec- tions in town. Larry Wilham trapped the city's limit for "critters". He reported trapping 3-skinks, 3- raccoons, and 3-o'possums. City of at. Pmski Uvited to Spmk at Gormn-eupp aeeUee September 14 and September 15 in Mansfield, Ohio at the newly constructed Gorman- Rupp Factory. Mike spoke on the various design issues of the New Sewage Pump Station and how the new Gorman-Rupp equipment that was selected, will address those design problems. Also, training sessions on the oper- ation and maintenance of the new equipment were held. Pump Certification Testing was scheduled to certify that the new pumps will perform in accordance with various sewage flows and pressure specifications. When pump certification is completed, the equipment will be shipped to Mt. Pulaski. As of this date, the city should receive the equipment the first week of October. Mike Patridge was invited to speak at a meeting of Gorman-Rupp Representa- fives. The Company Presi- dent, Vice President, Engi- neers, and Company Rep- resentatives from across the United States were present. The meetings were held on Part-Time Teller Needed Previous customer service and cash handling experience preferred. Apply at The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pulaski or send resume to Attn Leslie Urish, PO Box 170, Mt Pulaski, IL 62548. CAtBimR Logan County Genealogical and Historical Society (114 N. Chicago St., Lincoln) meets Sept 19 at 6:30_ Bill Donath's program, =Black Sheep, Every Family Has Them, How to Deal Wh the Unmentionables". Did You Know - NASA says a seven ton satellite vtl come crash- incj back to earth either this month or next. The re-entry could disrupt phone service. Sikorsky Aircraft is being accused of charging the U.S. Army $2,393 for a plastic box cover for a Black Hawk helicopter that is normally $181. Available 500 S. Garden St. Mt. Pulaski Mt. Pulaski Times Small Engine Repairs Lawn Mowers-Weed Eaters Snow Blowers & more General Auto Maintenance Oil Changes Brake and Belt/Hose Replacement Hours: Mon, & Fri. 9am - 4pm Tues, & Thurs. 6pm - 9pm 52:] S. Spring St. - Mr. Pulaski 217-414-2271 e-mail - Sept. 17, 2011