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  1. 1. PORTFOLIO BIPIN VARGHESE
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  3. 3. ADS 50-50 OFFER PAY FOR ONE AND GET TWO Pay for One spicy chicken burger worthy 150 get coca cola 500 ml or vegetable beerger of Rs 40 free Visit your nearest Mac donalds shop! MacDonald’s’ Valid upto 11-12-2013 INTRODUCIN PREMIUM LUXURY BRAND E EXPERT GROUP EXPERT in style. in store. With Canberra’s most comprehensive range of jewellery and unique giftware, EXPERT is dedicated to offering the best in design, quality and service. For trade inquiries call: +080-EXPERTS Retailers can contact on: +080-EXPERTS www.expertgroup.com A brand of expert jewellery Pvt. Ltd.
  4. 4. Brochure 100 13 HP Ultra Cutter The Top Choice of Roofing Pro’s Everywhere The Top Choice of Roofing Pro’s Everywhere Executive office suites and spaces just a couple blocks from the Empire State Plaza, the Times Union Center, and the rest of Albany’s Central Business District. This handsome ten story mixed-use building located right in the middle of everything will earn your company the success and respect it deserves. Incredible access to transportation, culture, technology, government, and educated professionals. State Street Albany, • High Speed Internet Connection Guarded front post • • Diligent Janitorial Services • Freight elevator • Onsite AED For more information, please call: Leasing Agent : Melissa Martino (646) 572 - 6473 Building Type: 10 story masonry building with a total of 93,123 sf Use: Commercial/Retail: Roof: Built up Ceiling: 2” X 4” Suspended Acoustical Ceiling Utilities: Municipal Water and Sewer, Electric and Natural Gas available from National Grid Corp.; Electric: 200 Amp, 208 volts, Three Phase Power Fiber Optics: available from Tech Valley Communications HVAC: Newly upgraded Centrifugal Chiller, 360 Fan Coil Units, two Air Handlers, two Aerco Builders (1 million BTU each) and two Weil McLain Boilers Parking: Nearby public and private parking 1 4 • • Parking within one block High Speed Internet Connection Guarded front post Diligent Janitorial Services Three modern passenger elevators Freight elevator Onsite AED PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Building Type: 10 story masonry building with a total of 93,123 sf Use: Commercial/Retail: Roof: Built up Ceiling: 2” X 4” Suspended Acoustical Ceiling Utilities: Municipal Water and Sewer, Electric and Natural Gas available from National Grid Corp.; Electric: 200 Amp, 208 volts, Three Phase Power Fiber Optics: available from Tech Valley Communications HVAC: Newly upgraded Centrifugal Chiller, 360 Fan Coil Units, two Air Handlers, two Aerco Builders (1 million BTU each) and two Weil McLain Boilers Parking: Nearby public and private parking The threaded shaft of the depth control is protected up high near the top 0i-the cutter instead or down low by the front wheel like some other models. The thrust bearing also helps to make finite blade depth adjustment a snap! Three modern passenger elevators PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: BUILDING AMENITIES We even included an on-board tool to change the blade and belt. To change the belt, simply remove blade cover, slide the engine forward and slip off the old belt. Our triple-wide v-belt provides 50% higher horsepower rating than conventional belts and prevents belt from rolling over. Parking within one block • • For more info on the space, visit: 100StateStreetAlbany.com • • • • • Our clean air intake design keeps the engine cooler by drawing in clean, cool air from behind the machine and not dirt laden air near the blade. Now Now with with ic ctr electric ele tart start s BUILDING AMENITIES NY 12207-2709 Executive office suites and spaces just a couple blocks from the Empire State Plaza, the Times Union Center, and the rest of Albany’s Central Business District. This handsome ten story mixed-use building located right in the middle of everything will earn your company the success and respect it deserves. Incredible access to transportation, culture, technology, government, and educated professionals. The blade guard offers unparalleled access to the blade components Simply lift up on one end There are no bolts to remove, The guard pivots on the back mounting to follow the contour of the roof and it’s low clearance above the roof surface contains debris from the blade. PROVEN DURABILITY: PROVEN DURABILITY: Our exclusive Uni-form design creates a much stronger machine overall by replacing as many Our exclusive Uni-form design creates a much stronger machine overall by replacing as many welded joints as possible with one piece of formed metal We’ve built the Ultra Cutter to withstand welded joints as possible with one piece of formed metal We’ve built the Ultra Cutter to withstand the most rigorous field conditions by using heavy 7 gauge construction on the motor mount and 10 the most rigorous field conditions by using heavy 7 gauge construction on the motor mount and 10 gauge on the blade guard. Even the handle is supported by heavy rectangular tubing. No one else gauge on the blade guard. Even the handle is supported by heavy rectangular tubing. No one else comes close to this type of strength. comes close to this type of strength. Available in 9 or 11 hp Honda Engine Models MAXIMUM CUTTING PERFORMANCE: MAXIMUM CUTTING PERFORMANCE: Our unique carbide blade design and proper weight ratio over the blade provides efficient cutting Our unique carbide blade design and proper weight ratio over the blade provides efficient cutting performance. The blade guard design enhances debris containment. reduces dust and improves performance. The blade guard design enhances debris containment. reduces dust and improves overall safety. overall safety. Superior engineering design makes the ultra cutter the smoothest, Superior engineering design makes the ultra cutter the smoothest, most dependable roof cutter on the market today! most dependable roof cutter on the market today! Handles 12’ & 14”, Carbide Blades. Dual and Quad-tipped Styles Available. Where Better Engineering Comes Out On Top Where Better Engineering Comes Out On Top 2601 Niagara Lane, Plymouth, MN 55447, (800) 328-9522, (800) 820-3268 fax 2601 Niagara Lane, Plymouth, MN 55447, (800) 328-9522, (800) 820-3268 fax www.garlockequip.com www.garlockequip.com YOUR BUSINESS WOULD BENEF I T FROM THIS BY: • • • • • O ur transformers have a total capacity of 10,000 amps of 480volt, three phase power. W e supply 600 amps of 480 volt power on each floor. 2 08-volt power risers and two Siemens power 408-volt bus. NYS Empire Zone Benefits Building is on three different power grids. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS • • • • • • • • • • 24-hour access Security system On-site superintendent On-site property manager On-site lobby attendant Janitorial services Shared executive conference room On-site luncheonette Tailgate loading Three passenger elevators & one freight elevator Heights real estate company 369 East 62nd Street New York, NY 10065-7755 Phone: (212) 317-1423 www.heightsre.com 100 State Street 100 State Street Best Downtown Office Space for Rent Best Downtown Office Space for Rent 100 State Street Classic Elegance Property Description: Building Type: 10 story masonry building with a total of 93,123 sf Use: Commercial/Retail: Roof: Built up Ceiling: 2” X 4” Suspended Acoustical Ceiling Utilities: Municipal Water and Sewer, Electric and Natural Gas available from National Grid Corp.; Electric: 200 Amp, 208 volts, Three Phase Power Fiber Optics: available from Tech Valley Communications HVAC: Newly upgraded Centrifugal Chiller, 360 Fan Coil Units, two Air Handlers, two Aerco Builders (1 million BTU each) and two Weil McLain Boilers Parking: Nearby public and private parking Property Highlights 24-hour access security system on-site superintendent on-site property manager on-site lobby attendant janitorial services shared executive conference room on-site luncheonettes tailgate loading three passenger elevators & one freight elevator 100StateStreetAlbany.com Prime Downtown Space For Rent Constructed in the early 1900’s by famed architect Marcus T. Reynolds, 100 State Street offers a distinctive and professional business environment. Tenants and clients enjoy the marble floor entrance, grommet, ornate wood panels, and thirty-foot ceilings with views of Historic State Street. The property is located at the crossroads of State and Pearl Street in the heart of Albany’s Business District. The site is easily accessible from all major roadways. This historic building is situated within 200 miles of New York City, Boston, Hartford, and Canada. which provides for numerous tax credit and exemptions that can be available to tenants. Some of these include sales tax exemptions, investment and employment incentive credits, zone capital credits, and numerous other incentives. For additional information please go to their website at www.tax.state.ny.us/ sbc/empire.zone.htm Available Space: 300 to 5,000 S.F. flexible rates and terms,. Tenants are within walking distance to the Empire State plaza, State Capital, Times Union Center, The Egg, and Capital Districts finest dining clubs, and theater district are all within steps of out front entrance. Our tenant’s satisfaction is extremely important to us. We ensure the most (flexible rates and terms to produce the most favorable options available to entrepreneurs in the area regardless of whether you business is already renowned, or just beginning, you will discover by leasing with us, you have made the right decision. • Our transformers have a total capacity of 10,000 amps of 480volt, three phase power. • We supply 600 amps of 480 volt power on each floor. • Building Amenities • parking within one blocks • 208-volt power risers and two Siemens power 408-volt bus. • high-speed internet connections • guarded front post • diligent janitorial We pride ourselves in doing everything possible to keep you content and focused on your business. We are continually updating technology and conveniences in the building, The New York Empire Zone:Albany is geographically situated in the Empire Zone, YOUR BUSiNESS WOULD B E N E F i T F R O M T H i S B Y: • three modern passenger elevators • freight elevator + more... • NYS Empire Zone Benefits • Building is on three different power grids. • We also offer backup generators consisting of Four Caterpillar generators, totaling 3.4 megawatts of 480-volt power, and yes you can connect to these For more info on the space, visit: 100StateStreetAlbany.com 100 State Street 100 State street, Albany, NY 12207 Melissa Martino: MMartino@HeightsRE.com (646) 572 - 6473 generators from all 19 floors! • Four diverse fiber entrances to the building, two fiber risers in opposite corners of the building.
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  7. 7. NEWS Product News • Events • Reviews ‘Formido is een slapende reus’ www.selfbuildhomesmag.com Don’t miss Budget impact on Self Build market Self Build HomeS week A Winning Eco Build for Natural Paving READERS HOME Derelict water mill on Black Mountain atural Paving Products debut appearance at Eco Build proved to be another success for the company. The impressive 62m2 triangular display showcased their new and exclusive product range for 2013, which became a stunning focal point for visitors. The new fresh ‘Vande Moortel’ range of natural clay pavers was a particular hit with designers and contractors who marvelled at the products versatility and design possibilities. Natural Paving is now exclusively stocking four different pavers in a variety of colours and finishes. A new dark limestone has also been added to the Cragstone collection, Ebony, a contemporary black flagstone with smooth rounded edges but with a delicately textured surface for a rustic and practical finish. The eagerly anticipated winners of the Natural Paving 2012 annual quality awards were also announced at the show; The Best Driveway Award went to Dragon Driveways, The Best Patio Award to B J Patios and Best Overall Design to A Ward Landscapes. Dragon Driveways took the judges seal of approval with a winning entry based on a prestigious driveway installation using Natural Paving’s Walnut block paving. The judges commented that “The extensive installation Are you covered? Insurance must haves for self-builders DEMYSTIFY HIDDEN TECHNOLOGY MAY 2013 2013 £3.99 FEBRUARY Home Entertainment special created by Dragon Driveways was laid impeccably, taking into account a number of intricacies around walling, garages, flower beds and a grand beam entrance. The design incorporated the contrasting Midnight Blue block paving, to give the installation a subtle edging.” B J Patios claimed the title of Best Patio with a fantastic garden that they had created from a mixture of Golden Fossil walling and Harvest flagstones. One of the judges commented that “B J Patios have created a multi layered garden adding depth and interest to a large open space, giving the owners a number of delightful areas and levels for relaxation, planting and dining. The installation was relatively complex with a number of angles, levels and obstacles to overcome, which B J Patios did with ease and professionalism.” A Ward Landscapes fought off some tough competition to win the Best Overall Design category, but well deserved with a stunning design that has given a lovely property a real sense of connection to its ‘outdoor rooms.’ The judges parting comments on A Ward were “A clever selection of products and colours have been used to create a modern Midnight Blue and Walnut driveway, with complementary Lakeland flagstones in the garden to provide a pathway around the garden connecting the house, garden and outhouse with areas for relaxation.” Meadow cobbles and walling have been used around the edge of the garden which creates a very relaxed and inviting feel that accompanies the gardens classic and traditional style and also poses a fantastic contrast to the modern driveway. In a closely contested battle, the deserving runners up include: Ecclesall Developments Ltd, who claimed the runner up prize for Best Driveway with a pristine Silver Mist installation in Sheffield, turning a driveway into an integral design feature of the property. Garden Creation Services Ltd were awarded the runner up prize for Best Patio, with a beautiful installation combining Midnight Blue and York Grey flagstones in a contrasting design that has created a truly bespoke and modern garden for the lucky property owners. Snapdragon took the runner up prize for Best Overall Design with a stunning courtyard and driveway of Meadow cobbles that have been installed to create a tailored design, with Lakeland flagstones connecting the courtyard to the back of the property. All of the winners received cheques for £500 and the runners up a cheque for £250 each. 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  8. 8. News paper E E C C MM YYKK C C MM YYKK ASTER EVENTS ASTER EVENTS AROUND THE AREA AROUND THE AREA (USPS 088-820) Vol. XLI New Series, No. 14 14 (USPS 088-820) Vol. XLI New Series, No. LaGrange, Mo. 63448 • 12 12 Pages •Sections • 55 55 cents LaGrange, Mo. 63448 • Pages • 2 2 Sections • cents THE THE PRESS-NEWS PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL’S JOURNAL’S WEBSITE WEBSITE Local women gather to quilt with a a mission Local women gather to quilt with mission See Page 2A2A See Page Serving the communities ofof Lewis County, Mo. since 1862 Serving the communities Lewis County, Mo. since 1862 Thursday, April 4,4, 2013 Thursday, April 2013 COUNTY MARKET EASTER COUNTY MARKET EASTER PRESS-NEWS PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL NEW JOURNAL NEW LOCATION LOCATION The Press-News Journal has The Press-News Journal has moved to to their new location at moved their new location at 109 North Fourth in in LaGrange 109 North Fourth LaGrange in inthe former Presbyterian the former Presbyterian Church building. The building Church building. The building has been completely restored. has been completely restored. The newspaper office will bebe The newspaper office will located in in the lower level of the located the lower level of the building. The first date of of opbuilding. The first date operation in in LaGrange was April eration LaGrange was April 1. 1. The phone number is 573The phone number is 573288-5668. Email addresses for 288-5668. Email addresses for the newspaper will remain the the newspaper will remain the same. The post office box will same. The post office box will continue to to be P.O. Box 227, continue be P.O. Box 227, Canton, Mo. 63435 Canton, Mo. 63435 OPEN HOUSE FOR OPEN HOUSE FOR CECIL MORROW CECIL MORROW An open house for AlderAn open house for Alderman Cecil Morrow of of LaBelle man Cecil Morrow LaBelle will bebe held at the LaBelle City will held at the LaBelle City Hall onon April from 1-4 p.m. Hall April 5 5 from 1-4 p.m. After 3737 years, Mr. Morrow is After years, Mr. Morrow is retiring from the board of of alretiring from the board alderman. Everyone is is invited to derman. Everyone invited to stop in in for cake and punch and stop for cake and punch and wish him well. wish him well. M K C Y (USPS 088-820) Vol. XLI New Series, No. 12 Canton, Mo. 63435 • 12 Pages • 2 Sections • 55 cents THE PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL’S WEBSITE ANNUAL KIWANIS ANNUAL KIWANIS PANCAKE DAY PANCAKE DAY For over 5050years, CanFor over years, Canton Kiwanis Club has sponton Kiwanis Club has sponsored the charter of of Boy Scout sored the charter Boy Scout Troupe 174. This year, scouts Troupe 174. This year, scouts Remington Jarvis and Braedyn Remington Jarvis and Braedyn Hausdorf are creating a a comHausdorf are creating community walking path at at Brose munity walking path Brose Park in in Canton for their Eagle Park Canton for their Eagle Scout project, and Kiwanis is is Scout project, and Kiwanis proud to to support their work proud support their work with the proceeds of of the Anwith the proceeds the Annual Kiwanis Pancake Day onon nual Kiwanis Pancake Day Saturday, April 6 from 7a.m. to to Saturday, April 6 from 7a.m. 1p.m. at at the United Methodist 1p.m. the United Methodist Church onon Washington Street. Church Washington Street. Whole hog sausage and Whole hog sausage and pancakes, home-made and pancakes, home-made and served in in tents on the church served tents on the church lawn byby Kiwanians and scouts lawn Kiwanians and scouts show the teamwork that both show the teamwork that both organizations value in in growing organizations value growing youth into good citizens who youth into good citizens who serve the community. serve the community. B C Y ASKETBALL SEASON ENDS M K Monroe County Appeal • www.monroecountyappeal.com See Page 8A Serving the communities of Lewis County, Mo. since 1862 Thursday, March 21, 2013 MINOR FLOODING PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL NEW LOCATION Hundreds ofof Easter eggs were scattered in the grass at County Market in Canton on Saturday morning. large group ofof children were Hundreds Easter eggs were scattered in the grass at County Market in Canton on Saturday morning. A A large group children were racing toto pick up the candy filled eggs and eggs that potentially could contain tickets for various prizes. The Easter bunny was there racing pick up the candy filled eggs and eggs that potentially could contain tickets for various prizes. The Easter bunny was there for kids toto take their picture with before the Easter egg hunt began and after. for kids take their picture with before the Easter egg hunt began and after. Visitor to Culver-Stockton Visitor to Culver-Stockton speaks on personal experiences speaks on personal experiences from the Holocaust from the Holocaust Culver-Stockton students, faculty and made the decision to to send Reed on hu- Infantry Division. After his Army service, Culver-Stockton students, faculty and made the decision send Reed on a a hu- Infantry Division. After his Army service, staff got the rare experience of of listening to manitarian mission to to Belgium. Reed’s life hehe enrolled at the University of Missouri, staff got the rare experience listening to manitarian mission Belgium. Reed’s life enrolled at the University of Missouri, the firsthand experiences of of a Holocaust was spared, but hehe lost his parents and sib- where hehe earned his degree in journalism. the firsthand experiences a Holocaust was spared, but lost his parents and sibwhere earned his degree in journalism. survivor, March 2626 & 27. survivor, March & 27. lings when they were taken byby the Nazis Many listening to to Reed were struck by lings when they were taken the Nazis Many listening Reed were struck by German native Walter Reed came to to vis- “on a train to to Poland and never heard from his candor and also byby his humble attitude. German native Walter Reed came vis“on a train Poland and never heard from his candor and also his humble attitude. it it multiple classes on campus, reliving his again.” Reed escaped Belgium’s Nazi invamultiple classes on campus, reliving his again.” Reed escaped Belgium’s Nazi inva- While in in the area, Reed also participated While the area, Reed also participated encounters of of the Nazi regime in Europe sion when his benefactors smuggled him in in the Young Writers’ Conference at C-SC. encounters the Nazi regime in Europe sion when his benefactors smuggled him the Young Writers’ Conference at C-SC. and providing insightful perspective to to through southern France, where hehe lived in He led a breakaway session for students onon and providing insightful perspective through southern France, where lived in He led a breakaway session for students students. Reed’s account of of his life brought a barn with 100 other displaced Jewish chil- historic writing and also participated in inQ Q students. Reed’s account his life brought a barn with 100 other displaced Jewish chil- historic writing and also participated a a text books to to life as students were able to dren for months before getting a rare immi- & & A session. He recently finished researchtext books life as students were able to dren for months before getting a rare immi- A session. He recently finished researchlisten to to his account of World War II. listen his account of World War II. gration visa to to the USA in 1941. Reed com- ing and writing a a documented historical gration visa the USA in 1941. Reed coming and writing documented historical Reed’s story is one of of tribulation and tri- pares getting his USA visa to to winning the account of of his experiences, entitled “The Reed’s story is one tribulation and tripares getting his USA visa winning the account his experiences, entitled “The umph. Reed was arrested at at the age of 14 lottery. After two years in in America, Reed Heroes of of La Hille- How Almost 100 Jewish umph. Reed was arrested the age of 14 lottery. After two years America, Reed Heroes La Hille- How Almost 100 Jewish during the infamous Crystal Night raid was drafted into the U.S. Army, where hehe Children Foiled the Nazi Murder Machine during the infamous Crystal Night raid was drafted into the U.S. Army, where Children Foiled the Nazi Murder Machine onon Jewish people. He was released three worked as as an interpreter for interrogations (1939-1945).” ” Jewish people. He was released three worked an interpreter for interrogations (1939-1945). days later due to to his age. His parents then of of German soldiers asmember of of the 95th . . days later due his age. His parents then German soldiers as a a member the 95th LEWIS COUNTY ELECTION HELD LEWIS COUNTY ELECTION HELD The Press-News Journal will soon move to their new location at 109 North Fourth in LaGrange in the former Presbyterian Church building. The building has been completely restored. The newspaper office will be located in the lower level of the building. The first date of operation in LaGrange will be April 1. A history of the historic church building is featured on page A 5. Email addresses for the newspaper will remain the same. The post office box will continue to be, P.O. Box 227, Canton, Mo. 63435 REPORTED SCAM It was reported to the PressNews Journal that someone is asking local businesses to buy advertising space on refrigerator magnets and the Press-News Journal gave them a list of people to contact and that the Press-News Journal is distributing the magnets. The person is also asking for credit card payment and offering a discount if paid immediately. DO NOT GIVE OUT CREDIT INFORMATIONThe Press-News Journal is not affiliated in any way with this promotion. SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION The Lewis County Soil and Water Conservation Annual report special insert is included in this edition of the PressNews Journal. Photo by Rita Cox Minor flooding has occurred due to the recent precipitation. This photo taken on the shoreline south of Bunge Grain Elevator in LaGrange shows the Mississippi river creeping slightly out of its banks. Highland Softball Field improvement plans Softball are raising funds through donations and events. The group will have a dinner and a show event at Highland on March 30. A spaghetti dinner will be served beginning at 6 p.m., followed by a Lip Sync show. Acts include the Blues Brothers, Soggy Bottom Boys, Elton John, Ike and Tina Turner, Aerosmith and many more. The public is invited for an evening of good food and fun entertainment. Tickets are available at Highland High School, from Highland Softball Players or contact Paul Scifres at (217) 449-7306. Anyone wishing to donate to complete the field can contact Paul Scifres or Highland High School. Highland High School plans to complete improvements to the softball field by August. C Y The Madison C-3 Board of Education met in a 7:00 p.m., special session on Wednesday, Aug. 14, in the Superintendent’s office for the purpose of the tax rate/budget hearing and early start date. Approval was given to the special agenda. A tax rate of $3.75 per $100 assessed valuation was approved and the levy will be placed in the incidental fund. The early school start date was set for Wednesday, Aug. 21. Special session was adjourned. The Madison C-3 Board of Education met in regular session at 7:15 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 14, in the Superintendent’s office. Approval was given to the agenda and consent agenda items. Consent agenda items included the regular meeting minutes of July 10, the July 2013 treasurer’s report and authorization for payment of invoices. The Principal’s report was presented by Trisch Vessar. New teaching staff introductions were made and information was presented regarding Back to School Night, staff in-service, 2013-14 handbook revisions, curriculum and course objectives. The Board approved the handbook revisions, curriculum and course objectives. Lesa Rapert presented the Superintendent’s report which included the legislative update, building and grounds update, transportation update, assessment/AYP data and the dual credit agreement with Moberly Area Community College. Board approval was given to the MACC dual credit agreement. In unfinished business, forms and the preschool cost analysis were distributed for review. Under new business, the Board agreed to the assurance statements for Section 611 (Part B) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ MEETING – Aug. 22 at 5 p.m. – LOCATION: Monroe County Health Department. GENERAL “WALK-IN” CLINICS Clinic will include immunizations, blood pressures, and other health services. LOCATIONS: Monroe City Senior Nutrition Center from 10-11 a.m., on Thursdays, Sept. 5, 12, 19 and 26. Monroe County Health Department in Paris from 8-10 a.m., on Mondays, Sept. 9, 16, 23 and 30. Paris Nutrition Center from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 4. WOMENS WELLNESS/ FAMILY PLANNING CLINIC Clinic offers women of reproductive age, Cervical and Breast Screenings, STD Testing, and methods of birth control. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Clinic will be held Thursday, Sept. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Please call for an appointment. (IDEA), as amended by the Individuals with Disabilities Act Amendments of 1997. Approval was given to the Special Education Compliance Plan and the 2012-13 Annual Secretary of the Board Report. A library automation proposal was presented and was also approved. In policy review, the Board readopted PR0342 Conflict of Interest and Financial Statement Disclosure. The Board suspended regular session and entered into executive session pursuant to RSMO 610.021 (2)(3)(13)(1) (6) at 8:43 p.m., and reentered regular session at 9:07 p.m. No formal action took place during executive session. The meeting adjourned at 9:08 p.m. The Madison C-3 Board of Education will hold its next regular meeting at 7 p.m, on Wednesday, Sept. 11, in the Superintendent’s office. meet in Moberly, Aug. 24 The Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society will hold their third meeting of the year on Saturday, August 24 at 10:00 a.m., at the Little Dixie Regional Library, 111 North 4th St., Moberly, Missouri. Research time will be available in the genealogy room. Shelly Wetzel, of the Library, will give a short talk about the online genealogy database the Library has and the projects some volunteers are currently working on. The Northeast Missouri Genealogical Society serves 14 counties in northeast Missouri and meetings are scheduled at various locations to make it possible for the outlying members to attend. The Society is dedicated to the collection of materials, both published and TAWNEY BREWER HELPS FIGHT CANCER… unpublished, for printing in the “Northeast Reporter”. The 32-33 page quarterly is published each April, June, August and October. The public and those interested in family research are welcome to attend. For more information about the meeting or information about the Society, call Nancy at (573) 822-9659. BUCK’S 24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE Whirlpool • GE • Fisher Paykel Appliances Sales & Service Arnie and Susan L. Neely 201 Fairground Road • Shelbina, Mo. 573-588-4188 is Randolph County’s Largest Firearms and Accessories Store! BITS FROM BUCKLIN CLASS OF 1951 MEETS The Bucklin High School Class of 1951 met September 2, 2012 at Tall Paul’s for their semi-annual get together. Class members present were: Chuck Brehm, Dorothy (Barry) Johnson, LeNell (Cordray) Hughes, Merta (Davis) Malloy, Russell Nickerson, Nelda (Franklin) Nickerson, Evelyn (Jenkins) Riley, Alma (Mills) Nickell, Bob Rulon, Joan (Larson) Clark, Carrol Switzer, Georgia (Wolfskill) Burstert, Reva (Wilson) Stiles, Wilford Nowak, Marilyn (Henniger Nowak, Darrell Yochim,Jane (Anderson) Dougherty and Donna Gilbert. Spouses and friends attending were: Ilah Brehm, Raymond Hughes, Earl Malloy, Joyce Rulon, Al Clark, Emily Switzer, C. O. Wellman, Leck Dougherty and Kaye Gilbert. The next reunion is planned for April 18th, 2013 with Merta Malloy serving as hostess. CIVIC CLUB MEETS AT FINNEYS President Debbie Reid called the September meeting of the Bucklin Civic Club to order at 7:00 p m with the club members reciting the club collect. She then introduced Doug Anders, member of the Bucklin Fire Department. Doug gave in interesting demonstration of the heat sensing camera the fire department had recently purchased. This is an impressive addition to the department. On behalf of the fire department Doug thanked the members for their donation toward the purchase of the camera. Lynn Shipley read the minutes of the August meeting and took roll call. Nine members and two guests responded to roll call. Lana Stanfield and Doris Noah donated to the birthday fund as both celebrate September birthdays. Treasurer Peggy Finney gave the financial report which was accepted as read. Courtesy chairman, Marj King sent word she sent 10 cards since last meeting. Civic improvements committee reported the cover has been replaced on the play fort in the park, two tons of pea gravel were added to the playground under the swing set. The playground is a busy place now the weather has cooled off a bit. Members decided to have the fall trash pickup on October 6 with a rain date of October 13th. Meet at the park at 10:00 a m on the 6th; Peggy Finney will bring the necessary safety vests and trash bags. Instead of a new neighbor basket it was voted to gather items for a young family in town. Cherry Miller and Patti Gilmore will place collection boxes in the Methodist and Christian Church basements for food and gifts for the children. Members can donate anytime until October 1st. Following the closing prayer refreshments were served by hostesses; Lana Stanfield and Peggy Finney. The next meeting is October 18th at the home of Doris Noah. Scheduled hostesses are Corrine Ritchie and Doris Noah. WYANDOTTE CEMETERY MEETING The annual business meeting of the Wyandotte Church and Cemetery was held Sunday afternoon, Sept. 23, 2012 at the Church. Charles Hughes, Chairman, conducted the meeting. There were 15 in attendance. A bid was accepted from Michael Sattman to install a walk through gate half way between the Church and the west end of the cemetery. This had been suggested by the late Bernice Hayes’ family for a use of the Bernice Hayes Memorial Fund in the Wyandotte Cemetery Treasury. The same officers as last year were reelected. Leroy Miller, treasurer, reported the Memorial Sunday offering was about half of the usual offering. However mowing expense has been less due to the dry weather. Some had sent an offering who were unable to attend the Memorial Sunday Service. Families represented at the annual meeting were Anderson, Coulson, Noah, Harper, Williams, Hayes, Ramsey, Hughes and Miller. The next annual business meeting will be the 4th Sunday afternoon in September of 2013. COMPANY Tom and Mary Ann Bucklin stopped by to call on Marj King last Tuesday. The couple was headed back home from visiting family in Kansas. It is always good to hear from Tom and Mary Ann. Marilyn King prepared dinner for friends at her home last week. Guests OCTOBER DATES TO REMEMBER October 10th: City Council meets at 5 p m in city hall. This regular monthly meeting is open to the public. October 15th: Bucklin Community Association meets at the Community Building. Time of the meeting is 7:00. Contact Thelma Jones if you need additional information. October 18th: The Civic Club meets at the home of Doris Noah at 7:00 p m. You may contact Debbie Reid, club president, if you want more information. October 20th: Legion men prepare a full breakfast for all. Serving starts about 8:00 a m and they will stay till the gravy is gone. This is a great way to start the day with friends over a good meal. Donations are accepted but not expected. (This is advance notice: there will be no November breakfast as the Mt. Zion Church will be having their dinner and bazaar at the Legion Hall that day.) October 21st: the regular monthly meeting of the American Legion Post # 57. October 25th: Civic Club ladies fix their citizen’s appreciation dinner at the community building in the park. Serving is from 11:30 until 12:30 with a door prize being drawn for at 12:00. Donations are not accepted. Everyone is welcome to come enjoy a good dinner compliments of the Civic Club. October 31st: The American Legion men and auxiliary ladies will be serving free hot dogs, drinks and candy for all the little trick or treaters. Come by the Legion Hall for a treat. Russ Thomas Paris, MO 660-327-4147 Hwy. 15 & Bus. 24 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Madison, MO 660-291-5795 Wed. 12 - 5 p.m. SUZANNE GRIFFITH HAWKINS THEATER 516 E. MAPLE, SHELBINA 573-588-7600 March 1, 2 & 3 Safe Haven Admission $4.00 PG-13 Come early, movie starts at 7 p.m. Gift Certificates available at the box office and at Community State Bank in Shelbina Sunday September 16, 2012 was the date of the monthly meeting of the Bucklin American Legion Post 57 and Auxiliary members. Following a carry in dinner and joint meeting, the auxiliary members convened for their individual meeting. The call to order was made by President Wilma Jobson. All members recited the Pledge of Allegiance and the Preamble. A roll call was completed by Secretary Carolyn Payne. There were 14 senior members in attendance plus 1 junior member. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary. A motion to approve these minutes was made by Laurel Curry and seconded by Patty Gilmore. Due to the absence of the District Secretary Rosie Rhoades, the swearing in of officers was delayed until the October meeting. It was decided that the committee chairpersons will remain the same for the upcoming year. President Jobson asked for committee reports. Membership chairman Debbie Reid reported that the dues are $16.00 for senior members and $4.00 for the junior members. Debbie informed the members that the membership cards are in. President Jobson asked members to set a 100% membership goal by the end of December. Americanism chairperson Carole Kinnison read a thank you card she had received from Gracyn Hanson who was the recipient of the Auxiliary Scholarship. Community chairperson Cherry Miller announced the date of the Community Club’s ham and bean dinner that will be open to the community. It will be held on September 27th. Community chairperson Cherry Miller announced the date of the Community Club’s ham and bean dinner that will be open to NO NEWS ABOUT THE AIRPORT Last week an appeal was made for information about the Bucklin Airport. So far nothing has been reported. If you know about the airport please call 695-3600. Do you have an item to share? If so please call 660 695 3600, email dnoah112@gmail. com or feel free to come by our house anytime with your news. Every article is appreciated and just what it takes to make the news newsy. BELIEVE IT OR NOT Sometimes it is hard to tell what normal is don’t you think? For example: Darla Snyder told that her little lilac bush has a dozen full blooms right now. It bloomed as usual this spring and by golly when she passed by it last week there were those big blooms. When this was told Darla Noah looked at their bushes and there RE-ELECT the community. It will be held on September 27th. Under old business, pop tabs and Best Choice Labels are still being collected. Also new membership pins can be purchased from Wilma. The cookbook chairmen Patty Gilmore and Linda Balfour gave their report on the progress of the cookbook fundraiser. The company (Simple Cookbooks) has been selected and the recipes have been coming in but more are needed. The deadline has been extended until the next auxiliary meeting which will be held on October 21. The cookbooks will be ordered and ready for sale before Christmas. President Jobson announced that she will be sending a care package to serviceman Kiel Ragan. Wilma thanked all members who helped at the homecoming stand and those who donated their time and money for the ice cream fundraiser. were full blooms on the old white lilac and several on the hydrangea that usually blooms in early May. That is not normal. Not only the flowers are mixed up it seems. Proof is in this tale. A just passed middle age man was driving from Bucklin to Marceline about noon as is his custom. Going west on highway 36 without a care in the world. Imagine his surprise when he saw the turnoff to arceline in his rear view mirror! His friends had to wait on him that day for tee time. That sure is not normal. Just one more “not normal”. The president of our local civic club called with this chuckle for the morning. Wednesday she hurried around, put her make up on carefully and was headed out the door with the food she had prepared for the citizen’s appreciation dinner at noon. Her dad asked her where she was going and she told him (as if he had forgotten the dinner). With a smile he slowed her to a stop when he said, “Your dinner is on Thursday, today is Wednesday”. That is not normal. There must be a full moon! CHAPTER BE PEO OFFICERS MEET Chapter BE P. E. O. officers met at the Bucklin Community Building for a workshop type meeting. Janet Steury, vice president of Mo State Chapter was the special guest. She was bringing ideas from the state chapter. A question and answer session followed Mrs. Steury’s presentation. The entire chapter gathered for supper hosted by the menu committee followed by the regular monthly meeting. Emily Switzer led the devotion. Reports were given and plans made to have lunch in Macon and attend P. E. O. Day at the Repertory Theatre in Macon to see ‘Driving Miss Daisy’. There were 13 members and two guests present. Trisha (Kinnison) Bracken was in Bucklin for the Labor Day holiday and was a guest. Guest Janet Steury presented the program. The next regular meeting will be at 7:00 p m October 3rd, at Tall Paul’s with Pearl Miller and Dorothy Harington hostesses. COMMENTARY Tawney Brewer, Madison, works at 15 Diner, Paris, and helped work their fundraiser for Relay For Life on Saturday, Aug. 17. APPEAL PHOTO Doris Noah Jon Dwiggins District 2 Commissioner (Southern District) Helped balance the county budget all four years. Worked to provide creative solutions for local economic development projects and job creation. Let’s Keep Macon County Growing Developed partnerships with public and private entities for innovative road and bridge improvements. Paid for by the “Committee to Elect Jon Dwiggins” Jim Richardson, Treasurer Choose from a wide selection of tires at Rick’s Service & Tire Over 500 tires in stock! AT RICK’S WE PROVIDE OUTSTANDING SERVICE, A LARGE INVENTORY, COMPETITIVE PRICING AND A WARRANTY ON OUR TIRES! The Weather will Be Changing Soon...Are You Ready? We Specialize in Tire Sales & Service and Tire Repair! 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Mike’s then returned to Marj’s to visit and play cards. Guests were Debbie Gilliam, Pleasant Valley; Pearl Olinger, Joyce Rulon and Amy Allen from Brookfield and Cheryl Hamilton from Marceline. American Legion Auxiliary Meeting Digital Is Now Here! Northern Missouri Firearms 20382 Highway 24 Holliday, Mo. 660-651-7286 or 660-266-3008 (shop) Auto Body AAA & All Major Road Service Providers WIC Pregnant, breastfeeding, postpartum women, and infants and children up to age 5 may qualify. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call for an appointment. LOCATIONS: Monroe City Christian Church, 214 Court St., Monroe City, on Tuesday, Sept. 3 and 24. Monroe County Health Department in Paris on Wednesday, Sept. 4 and 18. The Monroe County Health Department will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, 2013 in observance of Labor Day. Monroe County Health Department provides services in the home for the homebound patients. The objective of this program is to enable patients who do not require full-time nursing care to remain in their own homes. Care is given under the direction of a physician. Services include skilled nursing care, personal care, physical therapy, and speech therapy. Medicare, Medicaid, and many other commercial health insurance plans cover services. For information regarding the services provided by the Monroe County Health Department/ Home Health Agency, please call 660-327-4653 or 660-327-4259. All services are provided on a non-discriminatory basis and in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Health. M K Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Macon Home Press • South Edition • hpsouth.com Madison C-3 sets tax levy, Northeast Missouri approves early start of school Genealogical Society to E N V I R O N M E N TA L PUBLIC HEALTH SPECIALIST The Environmental Public Health Specialist is available, by appointment, according to the following weekly schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to Noon. three year terms. Robert Reed Miller,000, Alderman. A A general election was held in Lewis three year terms. Robert Reed Miller,000, Alderman. general election was held in Lewis County onon Tuesday, April 3. Proposition Terry Faulconer,000, David Porter 000 County Tuesday, April 3. Proposition Terry Faulconer,000, David Porter 000 Linda Lueckenhoff was chosen Mayor Linda Lueckenhoff was chosen Mayor and Tina Abell 000. Jamie Brennan had Ewing with 000 votes, defeating Dean Public Safety, a a proposal to impose an and Tina Abell 000. Jamie Brennan had of of Ewing with 000 votes, defeating Dean Public Safety, proposal to impose an additional county wide sales tax, in in the 000 and defeated Darren L. L. Neisen who Wagy who had 000 votes and Dan Ray additional county wide sales tax, the 000 and defeated Darren Neisen who Wagy who had 000 votes and Dan Ray amount of of one-fourth of one percent for had 000 votes for a one year unexpired with 000 votes. Elected as as First Ward Alamount one-fourth of one percent for had 000 votes for a one year unexpired with 000 votes. Elected First Ward Althe purpose of of providing law enforce- term. the purpose providing law enforceterm. derman was Bonnie Penn with 0000 votes, derman was Bonnie Penn with votes, ment services for the county, passed 000ment services for the county, passed 000- The City of of LaBelle passed continu- Eugene Jones had 0000 votes, and Jeff A The City LaBelle passed a a continu- Eugene Jones had votes, and Jeff A 000. 000. ation of of $0.1000 cent tax levyon one Bruhl had 0000 votes. Kathy Sparks was ation a a $0.1000 cent tax levyon one Bruhl had votes. Kathy Sparks was Common Road District 1 Proposition hundred dollars assessed valuation for chosen Second Ward Alderman with 0000 Common Road District 1 Proposition hundred dollars assessed valuation for chosen Second Ward Alderman with R,R, to to continue the present additional general municipal purposes with a vote votes. Tonya Lahr had 0000 votes. continue the present additional general municipal purposes with a vote votes. Tonya Lahr had votes. levy of of 21 centers per hundred dollar val- of of 000 to 000. In the only contested race InIn the Canton City Election, all canlevy 21 centers per hundred dollar val000 to 000. In the only contested race the Canton City Election, all canuation for a period of of four years, passed for North Ward Alderman Roy Lewis Sr.Sr. didates were running unopposed, Jarrod uation for a period four years, passed for North Ward Alderman Roy Lewis didates were running unopposed, Jarrod 000-000. 000-000. won with 0000 voted. Jonah Lewis had 00 Phillips is is mayor, Robin Bracey, Ward 1 won with voted. Jonah Lewis had 00 Phillips mayor, Robin Bracey, Ward 1 William Paulsen defeated Cody Kay- votes and Benny Kaylor had 0000 votes. alderman; Kevin Carlin Ward 2 2 alderWilliam Paulsen defeated Cody Kay- votes and Benny Kaylor had votes. alderman; Kevin Carlin Ward alderlor 000-000 for position of of Canton Spe- Running unopposed were Larry Hack- man, and Sharon Upchurch Ward 3 Allor 000-000 for position Canton SpeRunning unopposed were Larry Hack- man, and Sharon Upchurch Ward 3 Alcial Road District board member. cial Road District board member. emack with 000 votes for Mayor, Debra derman. emack with 000 votes for Mayor, Debra derman. InIn the Lewis County C-1 School Dis- Lay with 000 votes for City Collector and the Lewis County C-1 School DisLay with 000 votes for City Collector and More information can bebe found on the More information can found on the trict, two board members were chosen for Roger Scott with 0000 votes for South Ward Press-News Journal website. trict, two board members were chosen for Roger Scott with votes for South Ward Press-News Journal website. M K MADISON TIMES Monroe County Health Department September Schedule Highland High School is planning to complete the softball field located next to the current facility. Vice Principal and Athletic Director Ben Buening said plans are underway to compete the complex to provide an enhanced athletic facility for the Highland campus. Softball is a strong tradition in Lewis County and the surrounding area. Highland Girls Softball won the state championship in 2005. The Lady Cougars have faced many state champion teams including Palmyra. Summer softball in area towns continues to have many players and spectators. Currently both softball and baseball teams use the same field. The secondary field was began several years ago from funds received when the old Ewing school was sold. The secondary field has been used for practices and junior high games. The completion of the field would allow for MSHAA ( Missouri State High School Activities Association ) sanctioned playoff games to be played at the Highland campus. Locations for playoff games are voted on by members of MSHAA and field are judged by playing surface, lighting, fencing, etc., and overall facility. The field will also be used for some community events, tournaments, physical education classes and Art Trek education classes. Plans include installing lights, fencing, a new infield playing surface which will be safer and easier to play on and other improvements. Improvements to the infield will also take less pre-game preparations and drainage problems will decrease.The Lewis County C-1 Board of Education, Highland Booster Club and Friends of Highland Softball will provide funds to complete the project. The field should be completed by August 1. Softball coach Paul Scrifres said the Friends of Highland C Y 4A Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013 The Basketball Season Ends For Local Teams The Lone Ranger (PG-13) DAILY 2:00 4:45 7:30 www.midmoweb.com/mexcin.htm MOVIE LINE 573-581-8383 C Y M K C Y M K
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