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15 Penalties stifffor underage persons who violate state drinking laws Under gae drinking is knowingly let someone an offense that can have under 21possess alcohol; serious consequences for Rent a hotel or motel anyone involved, room, knowing that the In Illinois, the legal room will be used for file- drinking age is zx for galdrinking; minor's driving privileges. The fine can range from $500 to $z,5oo and/or i to 364 days in jail. The use of a false I.D. card can lead to a fine of $25,ooo or three .4.'• all alcoholic beverages. Carry, make, obtain or years in jail. Underage drinkers violate copy a false identification Adults over age 21, who the law when they commit card; provide alcohol to or for the following infractions: Operate a motor vehicleminors, also violate the. Possess alcohol on a with any alcohol !,n their law andfacecriminalpen- public street or in a public system. I!,linois Use It alties. For the illegal sale place; & Lose It/zero tolerance, or furnishing of alcohol to t'q Drink alcohol, unless it law set the acceptable minors, there is a penalty is part of a religious ser- blood alcohol concentra- of up to $2,500 and/or 364 tion (BAC) levei for drivers days in jail. E o~ vice or ceremony; Lie about their age to get alcohol; Occupy a residence and under the age of 21 at .oo. For further hnformation Penalties for violations about this, contact an are stiff. Unlawful con- Illinois State Bar Asso- sumption or possession ciation member-lawyer 0falcohol by a minor will in your area or visit lead to a suspension of the Mattress/Furniture ThankYou From The Family o] Gerald Schmidt Hi! My name is Felix. I am a black and white four- month-old male kitten with lots and lots of energy. I like to cuddle, play, and be with people. Come meet me. You will love me, and I will return that love. I am neutered, litter trained, and up to date on all my shots. Call 217-737-4o42 to meet me, We would like to thank our family and friends for the cards, food, flowers, and memorial donations we received after Gerald's death Thanks also the ladies that served the lunch at the Legion and to those that donated food. Your prayers, kindness, and caring visits all mean so much to us. Judy Schmidt Jerry Schmidt Laura & Joe Garcia Helen Schmidt Wilma & Mel PoFahl Overstock Clearance 30-60% Off Mattress sets starting at $100 Sofa's starting at $299 All brand new with full warranties Delivery Available Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR SALE - 2 Bdrm home, comer lot. attached deck, 2-car gar., 220 W. Morgan, Mt. Pulaski, $72,500 / 891-7633 or 792-5583 FOR SALE- Black entertain- merit center, exc cond, 71- 1/2" long x 2if' wide. Holds a 28-30" IV, 947-2463 FOR SALE - 2500 sq ft, 4 bdrm, 2 bath 3.964 acres. Morton bldg, barn. $259,900, 217-674-3538 FOR SALE - Whirlpool, gas dryer, 3-yrs old, $75 - 792-5459 FOR SALE - Trumpet, exc. cond. w/case. $400 OBO. 972- 8563 FOR SALE - Real Estate work- books for real estate classes: prepare to be a real estate agent, 217-796-3519 FOR SALE - Seasoned Oak fireplace wood, 792-5198 FOR RENT - 2 bdrm Apt. - Mt. Pulaski, lease, references. depost, 737-0347 or 792-5313 FOR RENT - 2 Bdrm house, CommunitiesSM STEVE HAHN took this photo of a pink Tuxhorn towing truck in town. Steve said he liked the motto... "It's Only Money"painted on the cab. Whether it will support a local agricultural youth group, or purchase new equipment for a school, Illinois farmers have the opportunity to win $2,500 for their community. The awards are available through Monsanto Fund's America's Farmers Grow pro- PEO Sisterhood STAR Scholarship The PEO Sisterhood is an international philanthropic educational organization that promotes educational opportunities for women through grants, loans and scholarships The PEO STAR Scholarship provides $2,5oo schol- arships to high-school senior women attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the U.S. or Canada, full-time or part-time in the fall of the academic year following high school graduation. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 on a 4.o scale. PEO Chapter ]W, Lincoln, is currently accepting applications for the STAR Scholarship. Materials have been distributed to all public high schools in Logan County and must be completed and returned to theirguidance counselor by October 21. Questions may be directed to Scholarship Chair, Debbie Schweitzer at 732-7551. Exercise for People over 50 From Wally Kautz Begin by standing on a com- fortable surface, where you have plenty of room at each side. With a 5-1b potato bag in each hand, extend your arms straight out from your sides and hold them there as long as you can. Try to reach a full minute, and then relax. Each day you'll find that you can hold this position for just a bit longer. After o couple of weeks, move up to 10-1b potato bags. Then try 50-1b potato bogs and then eventually try to get to where you can lift a 100-1b potafo bag in each hand and hold your arms straight for more than a full minute• After you feel confident at the lO0-1b level, put a potato in each bag. Illinois Farmers to Grow their Local Communities America's Farmers Grow Communities Program to Give $2,5oo Awards in 96 Illinois Counties and Benefit Local United Way Chapters than 1,2OO counties across 38 states. In Illinois $24o,ooo will be invested in rural com- munities in 96 counties. Eligible counties include Logan County. The pro- gram is intended to ben- efit nonprofit community farmers, future of their rural com- Monsanto Fund also munity. will donate $1 to the Farmerscanapplyonline• United Way on behalf or each farmer who signs up they can call L877.267.333z for the America's Farm-to apply by phone. Farm- acres of tomatoes, peppers and/or cucumbers grown in protected culture, are eligible. The applica- tion period runs August 31 through December ers Grow Communities ers, age 2] and over, who 20m. The program program. The $1 will be are actively engaged in is open to all qualifying donated to the United farming a minimum of farmers, and no purchase groups such as ag youth Way chapter in the home 250 acres of corn, soy- is necessary in order to organizations, schools county of the farmer. This beans and/or cotton, orenter or win. One winner 792-531ease 1available'3 737-0347 or gram, a national program and other civic groups offersyet another way for 40 acres of open field will be randomly selected FOUND AT PHARMACY - Still now being offered in more important to Americas farmers to invest in the vegetables, or at least xo for each of Illinois 96 par- looking for your car keys? Stop by Mt, Pulaski Pharmacy. They have two sets of unclaimed car keys. GIVEAWAY - Woman's colored uniforms, 3-XL tops, Ig. pants - 792-5459 GIVEAWAY - Two BrUins bas- ketball slipover jackets, l-large & 1 -X-large - 792-5459 Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (tWenty- four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin. 311 S, Washington St.. Mt. Pulaski. Ilinois 62548 Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe, Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski• IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, CIO Michael Lakin. 311 S. Washington St. Mt, Pulaski Illinois 62548 Office: 217-792-5557 times@ ~**t~WlI LIM~ t liflL ~ Tt~ I P O BeX l tlI t flL ~ellC~ L fQSti4111 I ticipating counties. Mon- ..~'j