DECEMBER 10, 2008 A NEW
Crash kills one: A
woman died from
injuries sustained in a
Nov. 28 car accident at HOLIDAZZLE
the intersection of
Wisconsin Highway 11 Below are some of the ven-
and U.S. Highway 51 in ues and events for Beloit’s
Rock Township. An ini- Holidazzle downtown:
tial investigation by the ■ Sweet-treat sampling and
Rock County Sheriff’s egg nog at The 615 Club,
Department found 615 Broad St.
Debra Anderson was ■ Snappy, the Snappers’
southbound on U.S. 51, mascot, will visit with kids at
when she failed to stop 430 E. Grand Ave.
for a red light and her
■ The art of H. Ward Sterett
Ford Tempo collided at the Beloit Fine Arts
with a Dodge Ram pick- Incubator, 520 E. Grand Ave.
up truck. The driver of
the truck, 35-year-old ■ Jewelry by Ann and
Wayne Stoever at Denali’s
Mark Ryan of
Restaurant, 433 E. Grand
Janesville, was hospital- Ave.
ized with injuries sus-
tained during the colli- ■ Doodles arts and crafts
sion, as were his 4- interactive activities for kids
LYNN VOLLBRECHT/STAFF at McDonald’s, 45 State St.
year-old and 14-month-
old sons, who were Chicago artist Lance Brown hangs his artwork on the wall of Café Belwah last week in preparation for Holidazzle, a ■ Record your own
passengers in the truck. Christmas-season arts and shopping festival Friday evening in downtown Beloit. Brown also will perform with his band Christmas song at Pretty
Anderson’s 9-year-old at Bushel and Peck’s and Café Belwah. Boy Studios, 413 E. Grand
granddaughter also was Ave.
hospitalized. Anderson ■ Raku-fired pottery by Jon
was pronounced dead
at the scene. Police said
Art, business BY LYNN VOLLBRECHT
a free trolley shuttling patrons from
one venue to another. Artists will Wrenn, free-form copper
sculptures by Michael
display and demonstrate their work
Bejvan and beaded jewelry
neither Anderson nor
her granddaughter were combine at ELOIT — Downtown Beloit
will be transformed once
at various businesses, while carolers
stroll through the streets and chil-
by Kristin Hodgkinson.
wearing seat belts. again Friday night, when dren visit with Santa Claus. ■ Sing-along Christmas
BELOIT Friday’s more than 90 artists and
hundreds of area residents converge
“Artisans partner with local busi-
nesses in displaying fine, handmade
carols from 7:30 p.m. to 8
p.m. and holiday sing-along
boutique items — raku pottery, jew-
The city of Beloit’s Holidazzle for a night of art, shopping music
and dining. elry, hand-painted silk scarves, neon
with piano accompaniment
at 9 p.m., with hot chocolate
and holiday drinks at The
Public Works Holidazzle, the holiday season’s
Department is encour-
aging drivers to use
festival version of the spring ArtWalk, will
begin at 5 p.m. at 42 locations, with Please see Holidazzle, page 4
Beloit Inn, 500 Pleasant St.
caution this winter when
snowplows are on the
road. The department
offers the following sug-
• Yield to snowplows.
• Give snowplow drivers
a wide berth.
• Never drive into a
• Drive slowly and don’t
use cruise control on
wet or icy roads.
• Follow plows at a dis-
tance of five car lengths.
L OOK IT UP
Your Turn 4
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More deer-hunting opportunities on tap
hunt, the call center received during a Dec. 24 to Jan. 4
Antlerless-only hunt runs thousands of calls from Holiday Gun Deer Hunt.
Chancel Choir, Soloists and Orchestra of
The River of Life United Methodist Church
hunters in the field asking Venison donation
Thursday through Sunday questions about properly option
511 Public St., Beloit
Present a concert of worship for Christmas
tagging a deer, the location “If your freezer is full, con- Saturday, December 13, 7 p.m.
MADISON — In the wake groups for additional oppor- of the closest registration sider hunting for the veni- Sunday, December 14, 10:30 a.m.
of the traditional nine-day tunities to hunt antlerless station, and how to report son-donation program,” said
gun deer season, several deer. Hunters also requested game-law violations. Laurie Fike, donation pro- “Agnus Dei”
hunting opportunities a limitless supply of $2 CWD Management Zone gram coordinator. “Fifty-five features songs of Michael W. Smith along with
connecting narratives created by Dennis and Karla
remain. antlerless deer carcass tags Like the rest of the state, counties have participating
Worley and orchestration by David Hamilton.
The Dec. 1-10 muzzle- in Herd Control and Earn-a- both gun and archery deer meat processors in 2008. A The River of Life’s presentation is under the
loader hunt leads to the Buck units to help hunters hunters in CWD list of participating proces- direction of Lois Ulvin, accompanied by Judith
statewide four-day, antler- in pressuring overpopulated Management Zone units are sors is on the DNR Web site, Paddock and narrated by Dan Kreisman.
less deer hunt Thursday deer-management units limited to shooting antlerless and you can also locate the
through Sunday. downward, closer to popula- deer only during the Dec. 11- closest processor by calling “Agnus Dei” is our gift to the
The antlerless-deer-only tion goals. 14 period. There is an unlim- the (Call Center).” Greater Beloit Community.
hunt is open to bow and gun Call Center ited supply of free antlerless Since 2000, hunters have It is open to the public
and free of charge.
hunters and will take place Most questions regarding deer-carcass tags available donated more than 63,000
in Regular, Herd Control, the antlerless hunt can be for CWD units (limit four deer and 2.8 million pounds
Earn-a-Buck, Chronic answered by the 2008 per hunter per day) from of venison to this program.
Wasting Disease, metro and Wisconsin Deer Hunting deer-registration stations, 85911
some state park deer-man- Regulations pamphlet or by participating license vendors
agement units. Antlerless the online Customer Service and DNR Service Centers.
deer carcass tags in HC and Center through the state The $2 herd control and
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each. also can call the toll-free in the CWD units. Hunting
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The Stateline News is ...
In my spare time I: Love to
YOUR spend time with my husband,
family and friends, go for a walk
TURN or work outside in our yard.
Question: Are you in
favor of a bail-out for
People Y Know I think the most important
issue in Stateline area is: The
economy, and how it will be affect-
ed by the loss of General Motors
and area businesses that support-
the America’s Big Name: Susan Melton. especially blue moon. ed GM.
Age: 45. Favorite music: I listen to If I could change one thing:
Three automobile Hometown/residence: Beloit. many different kinds of music, It would be to take away all the
Occupation/civic member- including blues, jazz, country, hate in the world.
manufacturers? ships: Marketing director for a dance and rock ’n’ roll. What I lis- Peak experience: Marrying
partnership that includes ten to depends on my mood. I my husband.
Scott Janesville Area Convention & don’t think I have just one Pit experience: The death of
Bednarcik Visitors Bureau, Inc., Rotary favorite. my mom. S USAN M ELTON
Botanical Gardens, Janesville Favorite movies: “Close If I could sit down with any-
Beloit Performing Arts Center and the Encounters of the Third Kind,” “A one living, dead or fictional: I
“As long as it’s Rock County Historical Society. Christmas Story,” “Christmas would like to have an opportunity I wish I knew how to: Paint
a loan and the Family: My husband is Vacation,” “Bonnie and Clyde,” to speak with my mom again. She like a great artist.
automakers have to pay it Michael; he works in information “Midnight Express” and “Fargo.” would love to hear all about how Motto, inspiration or
technology at Wisconsin School for Favorite books: “The Seven my life has changed since we last favorite quote: “Watch your
back, I would support it,
the Deaf. We also have one kitty Habits of Highly Effective spoke; I would love to hear her thoughts; they become words.
because they’re vital to the named Fiero that we have had for People,” and any book written by sweet voice, and to kiss her cheek Watch your words; they become
economy.” 19 years; he is a big part of our Stephen King. one more time. actions. Watch your actions; they
family. Favorite vacation place: Most people don’t know I: become habits. Watch your habits;
Amy Favorite food: The homemade Playa del Carmin, Mexico. It’s Love to dance. they become character. Watch
salsa my husband makes; it’s good beautiful, with its white sand I can't stand: Pretentious peo- your character; it becomes your
Ludens and spicy. I also love ice cream, beaches and crystal-clear water. ple. destiny.” Frank Outlaw.
Everybody have since been displayed on the to know that I was here. It’s nice,
goes through a tough time.” new downtown market’s walls, when you see people happy and
but the connection to Beloit didn’t enjoying themselves, especially
Continued from page 1 end there. Brown, a musician, during these times. You need to
William has played several gigs at Café take your mind off things.”
Tinder art, smaller-scale paintings and Belwah, also located downtown According to Braatz, Holidazzle
Beloit wood turnings,” said Kathleen along the Rock River. is fun, regardless of age.
Braatz, executive director of the As for Holidazzle, Brown’s larg- “Santa, carolers and refresh-
“Yes. For one
Downtown Beloit Association, er acrylics will be on display at ments appeal to a younger demo-
thing, General which organizes the event. “It Bushel and Peck’s, and smaller graphic and families,” she said,
Motors spends $156 billion on offers artisans space to display pieces are hanging in Café while “shopping and entertain-
parts from all 50 states. They and sell their work, while giving Belwah. Brown also will play ment appeal to a broad range of
get 80 percent of their parts the public a reason to enter a with his band — he describes his adult interests — those interest-
business establishment, possibly music as “bluesy jazz and jazzy ed in a unique experience, bou-
from American companies. It for the first time. blues” — at both locations Friday tique shopping and interesting
boils down to NAFTA. When “This event supports the image night. dining options.”
you enact legislation like that, of Beloit as a charming, urban, “I had heard about (Beloit), but Holidazzle is an example, she
you’re going to lose jobs. ... historic downtown with an arts I didn’t know it had such a cul- added, of the confluence of art
flair.” tural community,” he said. “The and business that has helped to
We’re messing with our own
It’s an image the DBA has been word needs to get out that you’re revitalize the business district.
national security if we don’t working hard to cultivate. really quite culturally active.” She cited as an example a new
keep our auto industry alive.” “Holidazzle was designed to Cindy McCracken, owner of Business owners, meanwhile, downtown recording studio,
promote Beloit as an emerging are busy preparing for the event. which will host an artist Friday
Annabelle’s in downtown Beloit,
Jan arts community, while capitaliz- They’re dressing up their win- evening, and also allow visitors to
ing on the retail opportunities of adjusts a store display that won an dows for a contest, and looking record their own holiday song.
Lesch award as the most original display
the holiday season,” Braatz said. forward to visits by artists and “It’s sort of the economic
Clinton If artist Lance Brown is any in the downtown lighted-window shoppers. impact of what happens when art
“Yes I do, indication, the campaign is work- contest. Cindy McCracken, owner of the turns into business,” she said.
because I think ing. State Street boutique Annabelle’s, Business owners, who have
we’re going to be in bigger Brown, a Chicago-based artist, walking around,” he recalled. “I will participate in her second seen the event grow over the
musician and actor first came to went into Bushel and Peck’s and Holidazzle Friday. The event gen- years, agree.
trouble than we are now if Beloit to perform in a one-man saw the walls, and since I do erated a lot of foot traffic in her “Some people say, when they
they don’t get bailed out.” show about Will Rogers at Beloit large paintings, I was really store last year, and she’s looking come for the first time to
College. taken with their open wall forward to more of the same. (Holidazzle), that they wish more
Joe “I was up here doing my Will space.” “Being new, that was good for towns would do this,” McCracken
Rogers show ... and I started Brown’s large, bold acrylics me,” she said. “It got more people said.
“It would help ‘This event supports the image of Beloit as a charming, urban, historic downtown with an arts flair.’
them out, but
the taxpayer should get the
break in the end; otherwise,
we’re just going to get further
‘’ — Kathleen Braatz
Executive director of the Downtown Beloit Association
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AROUN D TURKEYS ROLL AT CLINTON’S WINTER WONDERLAND
Following are upcoming events in
the Stateline area:
Behind the Spotlight musical
performance, 7:30 p.m. in Eaton
Chapel at Beloit College.
Treble Clef meeting, 9 a.m. at St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church, 212 W.
Grand Ave., Beloit. For more infor-
mation call (608) 362-3563.
Daughters of the American
Revolution meeting, 1:15 p.m. at the
Rasey House, 517 Prospect St.,
Beloit. Presentation about the
domestic violence shelter.
Holidazzle 2008, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.,
with live entertainment and
shopping in downtown Beloit.
Heritage Baptist church presents
Journey to Bethlehem live nativity, 7
p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the church,
12848 Willowbrook Road, Roscoe.
■ Friday-Saturday: Erik Jacobsen, 6, of Clinton tosses a turkey at bowling pins Friday with the help of Clinton Chamber of Commerce volunteer Erik Nelson in
Holidazzle Sweet Shoppe, 5 p.m. to 9 the downtown business district. The village’s 10th annual Winter Wonderland Festival attracted hundreds of people, who made crafts with
p.m. Friday and 9 a..m. to 1 p.m. Mrs. Claus at First National Bank, listened to a reading of “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” and watched merchants in a chili cook-off,
Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal among many other things. More than 30 floats took part in a lighted parade, and area churches presented a live nativity.
Church, 212 W. Grand Ave., Beloit.
Shop for accessories — purses and all — at Roscoe boutique
Business: Too Purse ‘n’ All. ness? The store continues to be
Owner: Phaedra Morgan. BUSINESS a learning experience. I still
Address: 5306 Williams
Drive, Roscoe, in Main Street
PROFILE find it difficult at times to get
the word out that the store is
Square off of Route 251. open and located here.
Web site: toopursenall.com. have gotten so popular over the What aspect of your busi-
Phone: (815) 623-1224. past few years. However, we ness do you enjoy the most?
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., decided that we wanted to open I truly enjoy meeting new peo-
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and a store that sells similar mer- ple and helping them find the
Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., chandise and more, rather than perfect purse.
Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 4:30 go into homes to do purse par- From what cities do the
p.m., Saturday; 11 a.m. to 3 ties. majority of your customers
p.m., Sunday. What types of products or come? My mailing list shows
Type of business: Handbags, services does your business me that people are coming from
jewelry and accessories store. offer? Unique handbags, all over Winnebago County, and
When business opened: designer-inspired handbags, even from Boone and McHenry
December 2002. fashion jewelry, wallets, flat counties.
How did you initially get wallets, scarves and many more What are your future
into this business? My mom, accessories. plans for the business? At LYNN VOLLBRECHT/STAFF
Gay Belcher, and I got the idea What is the biggest chal- some point, I would love to open Too Purse’n’All owner Phaedra Morgan arranges handbags as part of a
from the purse parties that lenge you face in your busi- a second store in Rockford. holiday display in her Roscoe store.
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programs, but Beloit is the only school to
Beloit’s auto-tech achieve excellence in all areas.
“We need to partner … we need to be
program recognized accountable, responsible and we need to
have measurable results,” Raskovic said.
“Our measurable results are young people
BY RICK WEST interested in working … that’s our return
STAFF WRITER on investment for the community.”
Raskovic, who came to Beloit five years
BELOIT — It’s an ideal example of ago from Pennsylvania, praised the late
what can happen when business and edu- Ken Hendricks, founder of Beloit-based
cation work together, School District of ABC Supply Co., for his vision and strong
Beloit Superintendent Lowell Holtz said support of the Eclipse program. Raskovic
Thursday at an Eclipse Center event rec- thanked Hendricks’ widow Diane, who
ognizing the district’s automotive-technol- was in attendance.
ogy program. “We would not be in this space, and
The program is the first in Wisconsin to really Beloit and state of Wisconsin would
receive Master Certification from the not be what they are if it wasn’t for Ken
National Automotive Technicians (Hendricks) and for Diane,” Gassman
Education Foundation. added.
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Ray Pedersen, exec-
Development Secretary Roberta Gassman utive director for The RICK WEST/STAFF
presented a plaque recognizing the Foundation of the Above, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Secretary Roberta Gassman
achievement to Peter Raskovic, a certified Wisconsin Auto and presents a plaque Thursday to Eclipse Center automotive instructor Peter Raskovic, rec-
master technician and director of the Truck Dealers ognizing Beloit Memorial High School as the first in the state to earn Master Certification
Eclipse automotive technology program. Association,
from the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation. A photo of the late Ken
“This special center and charter school D ELGADO announced Thursday
have achieved a very, very extraordinary that one student in the Hendricks, founder of ABC Supply Co. and a strong supporter of the auto-tech program,
level of excellence — something that puts program, selected by Raskovic, would hangs on the podium.
it at the absolute top of the list and a receive a complimentary set of Snap-on
level of excellence that is very rare in our automotive tools from the association.
state,” Gassman said. That student is Beloit Memorial senior
To receive Master Certification, the pro- Edgar Delgado, who is currently interning
gram had to attain levels of excellence in at the Finley-Dencker Buick Pontiac deal-
four basic and four advance training cate- ership in Beloit.
gories. The basics are brakes, electrical “When the kids get done here, they are
systems, engine performance and suspen- well on their way to having a trade that RICK WEST/STAFF
sion and steering. The advance categories can stay with them the rest of their lives,” Peter Raskovic,
are automatic transmissions, engine said the dealership’s owner Tom Finley. director of the Eclipse
repair, heating and air conditioning and “By giving people a trade … you’re giving Center for Automotive
drive train. them an opportunity for life.”
“To have a high school that is achieving
Technology, and Diane
The Eclipse Center for Automotive
mastery in all these areas is very rare,” Technology is located in the former Sears Hendricks of ABC
Gassman said. Automotive Center in the old Beloit Mall. Supply Co. talk with
There are 12 other high schools in Approximately 40 students are current- automotive students
Wisconsin that have NATEF auto-tech ly enrolled in the program. at the center Thursday.
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Check our listings for support groups and other health-related events in your area. If you have something you would like us to list, please send your information to: Lynn Voll-
brecht, Stateline News, 1555 Willowbrook Road, Beloit WI 53511. You may also e-mail your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free blood pressure clinic, Dec. 16, Monday of every month, Thorpe community meeting room of ABC Crash
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Grinnell Hall, Mothers of Multiples of the Rockford Chiropractic Works, 2950 Prairie Ave., Collision Auto Repair, 4141 Morsay Drive,
631 Bluff St., Beloit. Fair Oaks Health Care Expanse, every fourth Monday, 7:30 p.m. Beloit. 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Call (608) Rockford. For more information call (815)
will provide a free blood pressure clinic. All St. Joseph’s Room in OSF St.Anthony 362-2222 to register for the free workshop. 654-2645.
ages welcome; call (608) 364-2875 for Medical Center, Rockford. Call or e-mail for
more information. details. (815) 398-7458 or multiplemom- Emotions Anonymous, every Monday, Alzheimer’s support group, second
email@example.com. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 212 W. Grand and fourth Tuesday of month, Beloit
Free public eye clinic, Dec. 19, 9 a.m. Ave., Beloit. 8 p.m. Enter through backdoor. Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road,
to 11 a.m. at Grinnell Hall, 631 Bluff St., NorthPointe Mammogram Mondays, Call John (608) 362-4643 or Bonnie at (608) Beloit. 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Call Larissa at
Beloit. Glaucoma testing and eye acuity second and fourth Mondays, from 5 p.m. 362-7281. (608) 364-1427.
screenings. Call (608) 364-2875 to sched- to 8 p.m., no physician referral necessary.
ule an appointment. Medicare and most insurance is accepted NAMI-Rock County (National Alliance Rock County Survivors Of Suicide
for the mammograms. For more informa- on Mental Illness) Support Group, every (SOS) support group, 6:30 p.m. on second
Support group for miscarriage, still- tion, please call (608) 364-5249. second Monday, 7 p.m. The group pro- and fourth Tuesday of the month at the
birth ectopic pregnancy or newborn NorthPointe Campus is located near the vides education, support, and advocacy on Rock County Job Center, Janesville. (608)
loss, every first Thursday, 5:30 p.m. to corner of E. Rockton and Willowbrook mental illness for families, friends and pro- 752-6188.
7:30 p.m. at First Lutheran Church Roads in Roscoe near the I-90 exit. Call fessionals. The River of Life United
Fellowship Lounge, 612 North Randall (815) 525-4210 for more information. Methodist Church, 511 Public Ave., Beloit. Diabetes Exercise Program, every
Avenue, Janesville. This monthly drop-in Tuesday and Thursday, Mercy Cardiac
group will be led by Linda Colletti, How to Take Care of Your Spine, free ACOA/CODA 12-step meeting, every Fitness Center, 1010 N. Washington St.,
HospiceCare Inc. grief counselor, and Deb program every Monday, 5:45 p.m. to Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Janesville. 9:30-10:30 a.m. Includes initial
Allen, RN at Beloit Hospital. This group is 6:30pm at Hulsebus Chiropractic Clinic, Church, 501 Prospect St., Beloit. (608) 365- treatment plan for $27 and staff supervi-
open to the public and free of charge, no 1010 Harlem Rd., Machesney Park. Call 0743 sion. $5.50/day or $37.50/month. (608) 755-
registration required. For more information (815) 654-1044 for more information. 7996
about the group call HospiceCare at (608) Young veterans peer support group,
755-1871. You are how you sleep workshop, first every Tuesday, 6;30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Easy Stretch Yoga classes, every
Wednesday, 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at
Grinnell Hall, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. (608)
CHRISTMAS Yoga classes, every Friday, 10 a.m. to
noon at the Banyan Tree, 550 E. Grand
Ave., Beloit. Call for registration, (608) 361-
FOOD DONATIONS BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Qigong for fun and health,
Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the
Banyan Tree, 550 E. Grand Ave., Beloit.
Enjoy a relaxing combination of movements
DROP OFF DECEMBER 13th – 9am to 12 noon for cleansing, stress relief, and body
strengthening. All levels of health will be
able to participate. Cost is $48 for six
A Community “Good Turn” Project by the Boy Scouts for weeks. Classes are limited please call to
reserve a place (608) 361-1358.
THE SALVATION ARMY CHRISTMAS BASKET Distribution
Chronic pain support group, Beloit
Please return this bag with your food donations to one of the Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road,
following locations listed below: Beloit. Call Sharon at (608) 364-5686.
(if you are unable to drop off your bag and would like to still donate please call The Salvation Army at 365-6572 to schedule a pick up)
Adult Therapy group, Wednesday after-
noons, Beloit Area Community Health
Center, 74 Beloit Mall, Beloit. Topics cov-
ered will be issues related to but not limited
to family struggles, relationship conflicts,
Please donate canned goods, non-perishable groceries. No open or partially used items can be accepted.
depression, anxiety, death, divorce and
phase of life issues. Call (608) 299-3317 for
Suggested food items that are needed to fill the Christmas Baskets are: a consultation.
Canned vegetables, canned fruits, boxed potatoes, gravy/cake/brownie mix, cereal,
mac & cheese, hamburger helper, ramen noodles. Immunizations available, every
Wednesday, Rock County Health
Additional items that can be used in our Pantry are: Department, 61 Beloit Mall in Beloit. 10:30
Peanut Butter, Jelly, Canned Dinner, Canned Meats, Beans, Noodles, a.m. to 4 p.m. No appointment needed.
Spaghetti Sauce, Canned Tomatoes. Parents should bring past immunization
records for their child. Vaccines available
include DTaP, Polio, Td, MMR, Infant Hib,
Please drop this bag off at the following locations: Hep B, Varicella, Prevnar, Comvax and
St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church McKearn Park Pediatrix. $5 per vaccine for those under
100 Bluff Street, Beloit, WI 2711 Park Avenue, Beloit, WI 18, rates vary for adults. Call (608) 364-
Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church Faith Lutheran Church Tuesday P.M. meeting, part of Beloit
1531 Townline Avenue, Beloit, WI 1305 Blackhawk Blvd., South Beloit, IL Al-Anon meetings, every Tuesday, St.
Paul’s Episcopal Church, 212 W. Grand
Stateline Boys and Girls Club Cub Foods Ave., Beloit. 8 p.m. Al-Anon Hotline: (608)
1851 Moore, Beloit, WI 20 Park Avenue, Beloit, WI 756-1720
Stride for Health — Mall walking pro-
The Salvation Army Woodman’s gram, second Tuesday each month, Food
628 Broad Street, Beloit, WI 1829 Madison Road, Beloit, WI Court, Janesville Mall, Milton Ave.
Janesville. 8:15 a.m. Free. (608) 743-2060
Free Methodist Church Hilander Store
Overeaters Anonymous, every
1919 Cleora Drive, Beloit, WI 4860 Hononegah Road, Roscoe, IL Thursday and Saturday, United Methodist
Church, 511 Public Ave., Beloit. 7 p.m. to 8
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Turtle Township Fire Department p.m. Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
2535 Austin Place, Beloit, WI 5131 E Creek Road Saturdays. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Call
Helen at (815) 389-3541 for more informa-
Good News Christian Center Town of Beloit Fire Department
2293 Prairie Avenue, Beloit, WI 2445 S. Afton Road Cancer patient and family therapy,
ongoing, Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W.
Rock Valley Chapel BELOIT FIRE DEPARTMENTS Hart Road, Beloit. Call Sally at (608) 364-
2780 Shopiere Road, Beloit, WI Station 1- 1111 Church Street
Station 2- 2111 Cranston Road Depression groups, ongoing, Beloit
Station 3- 1048 McKinley Avenue Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road,
Beloit. One for women, another for men.
86133 Please see Health, page 9
8 Stateline News Wednesday, December 10, 2008
ALL TAPED UP — FOR A GOOD CAUSE County seat
Applicants sought; must live
in Rock County District 1
EVANSVILLE — The Rock County Board of
Supervisors has issued a second call for appli-
cants interested in filling the board’s District 1
seat, which includes the city of Evansville and
town of Union Ward 1.
Board Chairman Russ Podzilni said a three-
person committee selected to choose between
two candidates who applied last month could
not reach a decision. Those candidates, Janis
Ringhand and Susan Hilbert, may reapply, he
Podzilni said he likely will choose different
supervisors for the selection committee’s second
round. The District 1 seat was vacated when for-
RICK WEST/STAFF mer Supervisor Art Phillips died in October.
Above, Jim Bremum, a fourth-grader at Brother Dutton School in Beloit, Applicants must be residents of the district;
takes his turn taping Principal Edward O’Brien to the wall of the school the person appointed will serve until April 2010.
gym Thursday. O’Brien vowed the students could duct tape him to the wall Applicants should send a letter listing their
if they collected more than 800 food items during the school’s Ink Smart qualifications and why they would like to be a
and Friends Food Drive to benefit the food pantry at Caritas in Beloit. The supervisor to:
students exceeded the goal by 200 items. At right, O’Brien remains taped J. Russell Podzilni, Chair, County Board of
Supervisors, Rock County Courthouse, 51 S.
to the wall for a few seconds before the event ended with a member of the
Main St., Janesville, WI 53545. The deadline is
faculty giving O’Brien a cosmetic make over. 5 p.m. Wednesday (Dec. 17).
For more information, call (608) 754-5506.
Caribbean Cruise – January 18 - 30, 2009
Aruba, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica,
Grand Caymen, Panama Canal
Call Gene Van Galder (608) 295-2141
Owned and operated by Chuck Platts
Sears in Beloit located in Morgan Square
2050 Sutler Ave. • Beloit, WI
in Beloit Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am - 7pm: Sat. 9am-6pm; Sun. 11am-4pm
Stateline News Wednesday, December 10, 2008 9
and family. Call Bonnie at (608) 364-5481.
BAREA VOLUNTEERS RECOGNIZED FOR YOUR HEALTH Friends of Al-Anon meeting, every
Continued from page 7 Wednesday, First Congregational Church,
Bushnell Ave., Beloit. 10 a.m. Al-Anon hotline:
Call Claudia at (608) 364-5686. (608) 756-1720.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group, Breastfeeding support group meeting, sec-
ongoing, Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart ond Wednesday of every month, Westminster
Road, Beloit. Call Sally at (608) 364-5686. Presbyterian Church, 2821 Bell School Road,
Rockford. 9:30 a.m. Children welcome. Call (815)
Help Your Child Cope with Divorce group, 623-5572
ongoing, Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart
Road, Beloit. Ages 8-11. Call Nicole at (608) 364- Thursday Morning Al-Anon, every Thursday,
5686. New Hope Methodist Church, 2345 Prairie Ave.,
Beloit. 10 a.m. Al-Anon hotline: (608) 756-1720
Grief Support Classes, every Tuesday,
Roscoe United Methodist Church, Roscoe. 7 p.m. Thursday Night Survival meeting, part of
to 8:30 p.m. Info: (815) 623-2292 Beloit Al-Anon, every Thursday, Our Savior’s
Lutheran Church, 749 Bluff St., Beloit. 8 p.m. Al-
Rebuilding After Divorce group, ongoing, Anon hotline: (608) 756-1720
Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road,
Beloit. Call Karen at (608) 364-5686. T’ai Chi exercise classes, every Friday, Beloit
Shirley Sweet, right, presents a symbolic check to Mary Alice Harris, Senior Center, Grinnell Hall, 631 S. Bluff St.,
Social anxiety group, ongoing, Beloit Memorial Beloit. 8:30-9:30 a.m. Free. All ages welcome.
left and Tom Braunreiter, co-presidents of the Beloit Area Retired
Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road, Beloit. Call Shelly at Instructor: Yoshiko Glos. (608) 364-2875
Educators Association, at the Wisconsin Retired Educators District 5 (608) 364-5686.
conference in October. The check of $792,252 was meant to represent Reflexology, every Friday, Beloit Senior
the dollar value of the number of volunteer hours that BAREA members Seeking safety groups, Beloit Memorial Center, 631 S. Bluff St., Beloit. 9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
have contributed to the community. Harris is a past president of the Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road, Beloit. Women’s and $12. Foot massage. Appointment needed: (608)
WREA. men’s groups. For those who have struggled with 364-2875
substance abuse and experienced trauma. If inter-
ested call Kathleen at Saturday Morning Al-Anon meeting, every
(608) 364-5686. Saturday, First United Methodist Church, 511
Public Ave., Beloit. 10 a.m. Al-Anon hotline: (608)
Diabetic counseling 756-1720
Memorial Hospital, 1969 Methadone Anonymous, every Saturday,
W. Hart Road, Beloit. Overflowing Cup, 306 State St., Beloit. Noon to 1
Call (608) 364--5237. p.m. Use back entrance. Call George at (608) 751-
Acupressure, available Second Saturday each month: Down
at the Banyan Tree, 550 Syndrome Parent Support Group, Easter Seals
E. Grand Ave., Beloit. Children’s Development Center, 650 Main St.,
Enjoy an hour of relax- Rockford. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Free. Call (815) 399-
ing massage and or 2805 for more information.
acupressure by Sandra
Hot Stone Therapy Treatments and Reiki
Farnham. (608) 361-
Treatments, by appointment, offered by Donna
Drake at the Banyan Tree in Beloit. Call (608)
361-1358 for more information.
Fit Golf Program,
ongoing, Beloit Memorial
Boy’s Anxiety Group, ongoing, Beloit Memorial
Hospital, 1969 W. Hart
Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road, Beloit. Ages 5-9.
Road, Beloit. Call (608)
Call Karen at (608) 364-5686.
364-8660 to register.
TB testing, available by appointment, Rock
Hemo and peritoneal County Health Department, 61 Beloit Mall, Beloit.
dialysis dialysis serv- $14 per test. Call the health department’s north
ices available, Beloit office at (608) 757-5440 or the south office at
Memorial Hospital, 1969 (608) 364-2010.
W. Hart Road, Beloit.
Call (608) 364-5580. Community Health Resource newsletter,
available by e-mail or online. www.clinicaltrials
Cancer support .com/newsletter/page1.html. (800) 664-5099
group, ongoing, Beloit
Memorial Hospital, 1969 Free Hearing Screenings for Persons 35 and
W. Hart Road, Beloit. older, Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart
Call (608) 364-5130. Road, Beloit. Conducted by a certified audiologist.
To schedule an appointment call (608) 364-5244.
vivors group, ongoing, Stay Active Stay Strong, Beloit Memorial
Beloit Memorial Hospital, 1969 W. Hart Road, Beloit. Individual
Hospital, 1969 W. Hart strength training and endurance exercise for indi-
Road, Beloit. Call (608) viduals over the age of 60. Call (608) 364-5173 for
364-5203. more information.
AWAKE support Power Wheelchairs Available, Miracles on
group, ongoing, Beloit Wheels program. Available for qualified senior citi-
Memorial Hospital, 1969 zens (65 or older) or permanently disabled at no
W. Hart Road, Beloit. out-of-pocket expense. (800) 749-8778 or
For sleep apnea patients www.jaspanmedical.com
10 Stateline News Wednesday, December 10, 2008
FIVE Concert set for
OF MCCLARENS BELOIT — Students from Beloit College
will perform in the music department’s
Behind the Spotlight concert at 7:30 p.m.
tonight (Wednesday) in Eaton Chapel.
Five generations the McClaren family The recital is free and open to the pub-
pose for a photo recently at the home of lic; chapel doors open at 7 p.m. Donations
great-great-grandparents Earl and Ethel will be accepted at the door.
McClaren of Beloit. In front, Earl The evening’s program will include
McClaren, 97, holds his great-great- music performed by a piano quartet and
grandson Jayden Leon Clark, 5 months. various guitar ensembles. Pieces by
Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert
Next to him is Ethel McClaren, 91. In
— known for his original melodic and har-
back, from the left, are Tammy McElmurry, monic writing — will be featured.
45, her father Monte McClaren, 72 and Classical music by Spanish composers
his grandson Alexander Clark, 20, Enrique Granados and Luis de Narváez
Jayden’s father. All are from Brodhead. also will be performed.
Information about the Behind the
Spotlight ensemble performance and other
Beloit College events can be found online
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community BRIEFS for the Sunday Dec. 7 puzzle
League registration extended: The suite 5, Janesville. Moms can relieve POW/MIA memorial service: Beloit’s
deadline to register a team for Beloit’s stress from the holiday season, relax American Legion West-Field Post 48
adult basketball league has been with spa treatments and enjoy dessert will host a POW/MIA rememberance
extended to Dec. 19. Men’s, women’s and coffee. Early registration is recom- service at 7 p.m. Saturday at the
and co-ed leagues are available, and mended; call (608) 314-9006. Free, Overflowing Cup Total Life Center, 306
all games will be played at 6:30 p.m. onsite child care is available to those State St., Beloit. Speakers will include
Thursday nights at Aldrich Middle who preregister. the Rev. John Harden, a Desert Storm
School from Jan. 8 through March 26. veteran; Calvin Johnson Sr., the
To register, call the Leisure Services New location for BBBS: The office of American Legion Department of
Office at (608) 364-2890, or stop by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rock, Wisconsin 1st District Commander;
the office, located at 1003 Pleasant St., Walworth and Jefferson Counties has City Manager Larry Arft and keynote
Beloit. moved to a new location. The office of speaker U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-
the United Way youth-mentoring Madison. The Post 48 Color Guard will
Moms’ night out: The Exchange Family agency is now located at 1239 Huebbe post colors and “Taps” will be played.
Resource Center is hosting a free Parkway in Beloit, and can be reached For more information, contact 2nd Vice
Moms’ Night Out at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 18, at (608) 362-8223, or toll free at (888) Commander David Anderson at (608)
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MOBIL GIVES GRANT TO ROCKTON SCHOOLS Grand re-opening for credit union
BELOIT — First American special will be announced.
Credit Union is celebrating the The credit union is partnering
grand re-opening of their Fourth with the Salvation Army to give
Manager Shelly Williams, Street location in Beloit Saturday. area children and families a happy
center, of Kelly- The public is invited to stop in holiday. Stop by any First
Williamson’s Rockton and enter to win four Packers vs. American location in Beloit,
Lions tickets, take pictures with Janesville, or Rockton and pick up
Mobil, presents a grant
Santa and shred their sensitive an angel tag for a boy or girl.
of $500 each to documents with the professionals of Return the tag and an unwrapped
Principals Kindyl Etnyre Office Pro. Free food and beverages gift to First American by Dec. 15.
and Scott Rollinson of from Jimmy John’s, Frito Lay and Gifts are tax-deductible and each
Stephen Mack Middle Starbucks will be provided while ornament includes a tear-off
School and Whitman supplies last. receipt. Visitors also can donate a
Post Elementary School Radio stations WJVL and WCLO nonperishable food item.
in Rockton. The schools will do a live remote at the branch First American Credit Union is
will use the money to from 9 a.m. to noon. See celebrating its 75th year as a mem-
www.firstamericancu.com for offi- ber-owned financial cooperative
help needy families
cial rules and details. serving anyone who lives or works
cover the cost of First American will give away in Winnebago, Walworth, Rock or
educational supplies Packer calendar posters, roadside Green counties.
or field trips. assistance kits and latte mug sets The credit union has more than
while supplies last. A one-day CD $152 million in assets.
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Christmas Centerpieces (800) 345-8348 or • Core Aerating • Dethatching (608) 364-4757 Fishing, Baseball
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CALENDAR CLINTON EMS BUYS PEDI-MATE
For kids 3 to 12. (815) 965-7606, Kiwanis Club meeting, every
Do you have a free event that you press 1. Tuesday, Our Savior’s Lutheran
would like publicized? Send your Senior Pinochle Game, Church, 749 Bluff St., Beloit. 9
calendar submission by 9 a.m. on every Monday, Grinnell Hall, a.m. Contact Marcia Lee (608)
Friday for inclusion in Wednes- 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 1 p.m. to 4 362-7826
day’s edition or by 9 a.m. on p.m. (608) 364-2875 Open AA meeting, every
Wednesday for inclusion in Sun- Tiny Tots Playgroup, every Tuesday, The Banyan Tree, 550
day’s edition. Send your item to Monday, Beloit Family Resource E. Grand Ave., Beloit. Noon to 1
Calendar CSI, 1555 Willowbrook Center, 1221 Henry, Beloit. 9:30 p.m. (608) 361-1358
Road, Beloit, WI 53511 or e-mail a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Ages 1 to 3. Kiwanis Club Greater Beloit
it to Free. (608) 313-9253 meeting, every Tuesday,
email@example.com. Emotions Anonymous, Sophia’s Restaurant, 3201 S.
every Monday, St. Paul’s Epis- Riverside Dr., Beloit. 6 p.m. (608)
copal Church, 212 W. Grand 365-6423
Mondays: Ave., Beloit. 8 p.m. Enter through Beginning line dancing,
Stateline Singles bowling, backdoor. Call John (608) 362- every Tuesday, Grinnell Hall,
every Monday, 6 p.m. at Dia- 4643 or Bonnie at (608) 362- 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 9 a.m. to
mond Lanes, Cranston Road, 7281. 9:30 a.m. (608) 364-2875.
Beloit. All singles 55 and over Badger Chordhawks’ Cho- Senior Cribbage Game,
are invited. For information call rus rehearsal, every Monday, every Tuesday, Grinnell Hall,
(608) 365-7073 or (608) 365- the Gathering Place, 715 Cam- 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 1 p.m. to 4
6197. pus St., Milton. 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (608) 364-2875
Bunco games, first Monday p.m. Men’s chorus. (608) 755- Tuesdays Tots Playgroup,
of the month, Grinnell Hall, 631 1290 every Tuesday, Beloit Family
Bluff St., Beloit. 1 p.m., for those Story Time, every Monday, Resource Center, 1221 Henry,
55 and older. Call (608) 364- NSLD/Roscoe, 5562 Clayton Cir- Beloit. 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
2875 for more information. cle, Roscoe. 6:30 p.m. Ages 3 to Ages 1 to 3. (608) 313-9253
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5. (815) 623-6266, www.north- Senior Bingo, every Tues-
Game, every Monday, Grinnell suburbanlibrary.org day, Merrill Community Center,
Layla Swaney of Clinton is strapped into the Clinton Emergency
Hall, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 9 a.m., Turtle Parks Committee 1428 Wisconsin Ave., Beloit. 50 Medical Service’s new pediatric-restraint system, Pedi-Mate, which
9:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. (608) meeting, every third Monday, years and up. 9 a.m. to 12:30 was purchased with money donated by Tom Roberts, right, her great-
364-2875 Community Center, 6916 S. p.m. (608) 365-1488 grandfather. Roberts owns Clinton’s Roberts Roofing. The Clinton
Young at Heart senior so- County Road J, Beloit. 7 p.m. TOPS (Take Off Pounds EMS purchased two Pedi-Mates with donated money.
cial group, every Monday, (608) 362-0655. Sensibly) Meeting, every Tues-
10:30 a.m. in Rockford. For ages day, First United Methodist
55 and up. call (815) 742-6779 Stateline Harmony Chorus
of Sweet Adelines Church, 511 Public Ave., Beloit.
for location. 11:30 a.m. weigh-in, 1 p.m. meet-
Goldenaires Chorus prac- International Meeting, every
ing. Mary Lou (608) 368-0391
tice, every Monday, Grinnell Monday, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at
Ready, Set, Grow Play-
Hall, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 9:30 Mt. Zion United Methodist
group, every Tuesday, Beloit
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For singers 55 Church, 2130 Mt. Zion Ave.
Family Resource Center, 1221
and older. (608) 365-5463 or Janesville. For more information
Henry Ave., Beloit. 11 a.m. to
(815) 624-7288 contact Carol at 815-389-1756
noon. Ages 3 to 5. Free. (608)
Drop-In Storytimes, every or Ferne at 608-921-1940.
Monday, Rockton Centre
Branch, 3112 N. Rockton Ave., Tuesdays:
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CALENDAR Computer Class, every
Wednesday, Grinnell Hall, 631 S.
Bluff St., Beloit. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
every Thursday, Roscoe United
Methodist Church, 10816 Main St.,
Roscoe. 6 a.m., call Scott at (815)
Public Library, 409 Pleasant St. For
more information, visit the library’s
Youth Services Department, call
Holidazzle Sweet Shoppe, Dec.
12-13, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Dec. 12
Continued from page 14 (608) 364-2875 623-3382 for more information. (608) 364-2915, or email bply- and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 13 at St.
Organ Concert, every Wednes- Rock River Valley Carvers of outh@beloitlibrary. info. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 212 W.
Beloit Breakfast Optimist Club day, Grinnell Hall, Main Dining Wisconsin, first Thursday of Rob Tomaro Trio, every Satur- Grand Ave., Beloit.
meeting, every Tuesday, Room, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 11:30 every month, 7 p.m., at the day, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Rockton
7 a.m. at Road Dawg Restaurant a.m. to noon. (608) 364-2875 Janesville Senior Center, 69 S. Inn, 102 E. Main St., Rockton. (815) Dec. 13:
(formerly Country Kitchen), 2956 Abuse in Later Life support Water St., Janesville. Contact 624-8877. BMHS class of 1960 meeting,
Milwaukee Rd. Beloit. group meeting, every Wednesday, Donna Kjendlie (608) 363-0554. Karaoke, every Saturday, 8 Dec. 13, 9 a.m. at Sophia’s Restau-
Contact Don or Irma Murphy at YWCA of Rock County, 1735 S. Senior Bingo, every Thursday, p.m. at Shakers, 482 Gardner St., rant, on Riverside Drive in Beloit.
(608) 365-2805 for more informa- Washington Street, Janesville. 5:30 ,
Merrill Community Center, 1428 South Beloit. Planning will begin for the class’s
tion. p.m. to 7 p.m. For women 50 and Wisconsin Ave., Beloit. 50 years and 50th reunion. Guests welcome. Call
Fairbanks Flats revitalization older who have previously experi- up. 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (608) 365- Sundays: (608) 362-0061 for more informa-
meeting, every third Tuesday, 6:30 enced domestic violence or who are 1488. Military Order of the Purple tion.
p.m. at the Steelworkers Union Hall, experiencing it in a relationship at Beloit Senior Center Euchre Heart, Beloit and Janesville meet- Holiday cookie walk, candy
1620 Shore Drive, Beloit. this time. (608) 752-5445, ext. 223. Game, every Thursday, Grinnell ing, first Sunday of month, VFW and craft sale, Dec. 13, 10 a.m. to
Story time and crafts, every Hall, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. 1 p.m. to 4 Club, 1015 Center Ave. (Highway 3 p.m. at Calvary Tabernacle
Wednesdays: Wednesday, Orfordville Public Li- p.m. (608) 364-2875. 51), Janesville. 4 p.m. (608) 365- Church, 1907 McKinley Ave., Beloit.
Rock Valley Anglers Southern brary, 203 W. Beloit St., Orfordville. 1 Monday Morning Dixieland 6515. (608) 362-5715.
Wisconsin chapter monthly meet- p.m. For 3- to 5-year olds. (608) Band, every Thursday, at FIBS, Day of Giving, Dec. 13 at
ing, every third Wednesday of the 879-9229 or www.als.lib.wi.us/. 105 W. Main St., Rockton. 6 p.m. to Dec. 10: Paulina’s Party Shop, 1900 Sutler
month, 7 p.m. at the Marine Corps Kiwanis Club of Beloit meet- 9 p.m. (815) 624-601. Stateline Singles outing, Dec. Ave., Beloit. Santa Claus visit from
League, Hwy. 51 in Beloit. ing, every Wednesday, Beloit Inn, Karaoke, every Thursday, 8 10, “Home for Christmas” with Mike 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 10 percent of the
Stateline knitting group, every 500 Pleasant St., Beloit. Noon. p.m. at Shakers, 482 Gardner St., Williamson at Hoffman House, day’s sales will be given to United
Wednesday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Homemade lunch for $10 and com- South Beloit. Rockford. Call (608) 365-7073 or e- Way. (608) 313-8850.
Panera Bread, 1512 West Lane munity speaker. (608) 295-5703. Beloit Memorial High School mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more Christmas for Kids, Dec. 13,
Road, Machesney Park. Free group Business Network Interna- class of 1959 lunch, every sec- information. 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Good Shep-
open to all ages and skill levels. All tional meeting, every Wednesday, ond Thursday, Cartunes, 2640 Behind the Spotlight musical herd LUtheran Church, Beloit.
fiber arts welcome. (815) 624-1063 Atlanta Bread Co., 2747 Milwaukee Prairie Ave., Beloit. 11:30 a.m. performance, Dec. 10, 7:30 p.m. in Lunch, the Christmas story, crafts
email@example.com Road, Beloit. 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eaton Chapel on the Beloit College and music for kids. E-mail
Rob Tomaro Trio, every www.bniwis.com Fridays: campus. firstname.lastname@example.org for more infor-
Wednesday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at T’ai Chi Exercise Classes, mation.
Cafe Belwah, 500 Pleasant St. Be- Thursdays: every Friday, Beloit Senior Center, Dec. 11: Angel of Light banquet, Dec.
loit, WI. (608) 362-5500. Stateline Men’s Fraternity, Grinnell Hall, 631 Bluff St., Beloit. Treble Clef meeting, Dec. 11, 9 13, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Blackhawk
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (608) a.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Tech. All proceeds benefit the Beloit
364-2875. 212 W. Grand Ave., Beloit. For more Domestic Violence Shelter. For tick-
Beloit Senior Center information call (608) 362-3563. ets, call (608) 728-4404 or (608)
‘500’ Game, every Friday, Be- BMHS class of 1959 lunch, 364-1083.
loit Senior Center, Grinnell Hall, Dec. 11, 11:30 a.m. at Cartunes,
631 Bluff St., Beloit. 1 p.m. to 4 2640 Prairie Ave., Beloit. Call (608) Dec. 13-14:
NOTICE WINTER INFORMATION
p.m. 362-7164 for more information. “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”
Karaoke with Mobile DJs Daughters of the American musical drama production, Dec.
Mark and Lana, every Friday, Revolution meeting, Dec. 11, 1:15 13-14, Hope Free Church of
TO SOUTH BELOIT RESIDENTS at FIBS, 105 W. Main St., Rock-
ton. (815) 624-6018
p.m. at the Rasey House, 517
Prospect St., Beloit. Presentation
Roscoe, 5656 Elevator Road. Per-
formances will be at 7 p.m. on Dec.
South Beloit Public Works is prepared for the winter months ahead and
wanted to share a little information with you so that we can do a better Christian music, every about the Domestic Violence Shel- 13 and 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Dec.
job of cleaning snow from our roads in a timely and economic way. Friday, at the Overflowing Cup ter. 14. Call (815) 623-6545 or visit
Total Life Center, 306 State St., Free positive discipline work- hefc.net for more information.
South Beloit will do its best at keeping the roads clear at all times. Beloit. Doors open at 7 p.m., shop, Dec. 11, 6:30 p.m. in Evans-
Remember conditions such as when snow starts and stops, how deep, music begins at 8 p.m. ville High School, 640 Fifth St., Dec. 14:
and/or how windy affect the timing, method and success of removal. Evansville. Free onsite child care for Rockin’ with Rudolph, Dec. 14,
And there may be times in the middle of the night that we come out Saturdays: those who pre-register. Call (608) noon to 5 p.m. at Clinton Middle
just to open roads until morning. If you have to report any problems, Family story and craft 314-9006 to register. School. Children’s activities, dance
please call 389-3475. times, every first and third performances, bake sale, a visit
SNOW REMOVAL EMERGENCY: When snow fall has Saturday, 11 a.m. at Beloit Dec. 12: from Santa Clause and Rudolph.
accumulated to one inch or produces hazardous conditions to the Public Library, 409 Pleasant St. Holidazzle 2008, Dec. 12, 5 p.m. Free admission, donations for Toys
motoring public. Owners of vehicles parked on the roadway must For more information, visit the to 9 p.m. with live entertainment and for Tots accepted. Call (608) 295-
remove the vehicle(s) immediately. Non-compliance will result in the library’s Youth Services Depart- shopping in downtown Beloit. 0622.
vehicle being fined $75.00 and towed at the owner’s expense by the ment, call (608) 364-2915, or Heritage Baptist church pres- Stateline Singles game day,
Police Department. email bplyouth@beloitlibrary. ents Journey to Bethlehem live Dec. 14, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ea-
info. nativity Dec. 12, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 gles Club, Beloit. Call (608) 365-
SNOW AND ICE TO BE REMOVED FROM Bilingual family story p.m., at the church, 12848 Willow- 7073 or e-mail
SIDEWALKS; ASSESSMENT OF COSTS. and craft time, every second brook Road, Roscoe. (815) 543- email@example.com for more infor-
The owner or occupant of any lot or parcel in the city shall cause to be Saturday, 11 a.m. at Beloit 2806. mation.
removed from all sidewalks abutting thereon, all snow and ice within
24 hours of any snow or sleet storm. Thereafter, the city may remove
such snow and ice and assess the cost of such removal as a special tax
against the property, as provided by law.
PILING SNOW ON STREET OR SIDEWALK.
No person in cleaning snow from lots, parking areas, driveways, filling
stations, garages or other large areas shall pile or redistribute such
snow in any street or sidewalk which in any way tends to narrow or
obstruct the traveled portion of such street or sidewalk, block the
vision of motorists or intersections, prevent parking at the curb, or in
any way impede snow removal or create a traffic hazard; provided,
however, that nothing contained in this section shall be applicable to
the removal of snow from sidewalks.
MAILBOXES: The city of South Beloit and the United States
Postal Service advise that the location of mailboxes may affect snow
removal for postal service delivery. The City will repair or replace
mailboxes hit by plows, only if they are properly installed and
maintained. The proper height is 46” from the bottom of the mailbox
to the street. The closest part of the mailbox to the road is a minimum
of 12” but no more than 18” from the face of the curb or edge of the
road. If the requirements are not met, damage to the mailbox is at the
owner’s expense. Residents are responsible for removing snow away
from their mailbox.
LANDSCAPING IN PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY :
Landscaping the public right-of-way is prohibited.
STRANDED MOTORISTS: Street Department personnel are
not equipped to assist with vehicles that are inoperable due to weather
conditions. Street Department personnel are able to contact someone
for you if you have a problem.
BUSINESS/HOMEOWNERS: Do not push snow into the
roadway or fines may be issued. Mounting snow on public right-of-
way is prohibited.
FIRE HYDRANTS: Please adopt a fire hydrant and clear snow
away from the hydrant. The Fire Department would greatly appreciate
your help. 87392
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(262) 728-8200 • Call for reservations
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Friday Fish Fry
Fresh walleye, cod or shrimp with our famous potato pancakes.
LAST CALL NEW YEAR’S EVE Saturdays, 4 pm-9 pm - All-You-Can-Eat
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Tues. Burgers For A Buck - ‘til midnight P.M.
MONDAYS 8 P.M.
Wed. 12” Pizza $4.00 All Day Dine-In Only 87293
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Dec. 13th 9 :30 p .m.
Saturday, D ec. 1 3th • 9:30 p.m.
723 South Park Ave. H E N H O U S E C R AW L E R S
2 Burger Baskets...DINE..IN..ONLY...$5.95
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2 Pc. Cod...................................$7.95 & WED.
Tuesdays — Line Dancing FRIDAY 10:00 P.M.
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Beef Tips & Noodles, salad, Food
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FRIDAY - Fish Fry
2 Pc. Cod or Perch Dinner........$8.50
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SPECIALS 8 oz. Filet Mignon...................$13.50 Basket $3.79
AVAILABLE Thursday Saturday
2 Pc. Chicken w/Dumpling........$7.95 Friday
AT LUNCH Pork Chop Dinner......................$8.75 Margaritas $2.00 Light Beer
Reuben Basket Light Beer Taps $.75
6 oz. Steak &
Shrimp Scampi.......................$12.95 $3.79 Cod Sandwich Cans $1.00
Carry-outs Available 362-1196
87297 Free Money Draw Basket $3.79
Bloody Marys $2.00 $.25 Wings
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Game Night - Prizes
1/2 lb. Burger or Chicken Baskets
& Ladies’ Day - Martini Specials
Specialty Martini Featured Each Week
Chinese R estaurant 25¢ & 35¢ Wings
6th Anniversary Bag Toss Tournament - Prizes
Mon.-Fri. • 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
LUNCH SPECIAL Thursday
Includes $4.99 lunch choice - $1.09 beef egg roll
Beer Pong - Prizes
$1.25 Taco - $1.99 Margarita
and - $1.49 beverage – $7.57 value
with this coupon, limit 3 orders per coupon. Expires 12/31/08 Fish Fry
2627 Prairie Avenue, Beloit, WI Saturday
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Food Specials Daily • Open 11 a.m. Every Day!!
Legion Park Grill At the South Beloit American Legion
November 15 - January 3
Give the Gift of
Expanded Breakfast Menu Avail. 8am-11am
NFL Ticket DirecTV
Homemade Sausage Gravy over
Buttermilk Biscuits Watch Your Favorite Team on our Lunch with Prancer and
Flat Screen TV’s!
*1/2 order $3.00 – *Full order $3.75 The Dancing Horses
Country Fried Steak & 2 Eggs Wing Ding Dozen Wings $4.75 Dec. 6-7-13-14-20-21
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NOW TWO GREAT LOCATIONS SARAH ZELLER/STAFF
CRT Processing first-shift Supervisor Scott Buroker reviews components of
electronic devices that have been broken down into different categories for
482 GARDNER ST., recycling at the Janesville facility.
SO. BELOIT, IL
SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
OPEN DAILY AT 11:00 AM
Trash to cash
Business booms for electronics-recycling firm
(815) 389-8945 BY SARAH ZELLER Mercy’s recycling needs include
STAFF WRITER desktop computers, laptops, moni-
tors and batteries, Shanahan said.
JANESVILLE — To most people, Inside CRT, employees unload
Join us at Shakers a toaster has little in common with
a television. But to employees of
truckloads of electronics, weigh and
label them for tracking purposes,
Saturday, December 13 • 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Janesville-based CRT Processing,
those household appliances, in part,
then load them on to a conveyor
Rockford Areas #1 Country Band fuel a booming industry.
“(We recycle) virtually anything
“Basically, it’s a reverse assembly
line,” Cornwell said.
Southern Heritage you can imagine, electronically,” Employees disassemble and sort
President Jim Cornwell said. the items by type of glass, metal or
The company, located at 2535 plastic.
Join us for your Holiday Parties! Beloit Ave., is one of three in North
America with the technology to recy-
cle television monitor glass for
Some employees can break down
25 monitors in an hour, Cornwell
Gift Certificates make a great gift. reuse. That has made the company “Their speed is just amazing,” he
a national partner with big-name
Watch for upcoming Christmas and brands like Samsung, Panasonic,
said. “Our employees are very effi-
New Year’s Eve Specials Sharp and Toshiba.
But the business doesn’t exclu-
CRT’s niche is its ability to
remove lead from cathode-ray tubes,
ENJOY THESE DAILY SPECIALS AT BOTH LOCATIONS
sively cater to large firms. It also which are used in most computer
serves counties and municipalities, monitors and televisions. Most other
as well as the handful of people who electronics recyclers aren’t able to
stop in each day to recycle a broken process monitor glass, but Seiler
SUNDAY FOOTBALL SPECIALS printer or personal computer. developed a machine that cleans the
25¢ Wings - Hot, Reg. & Jerk • Cornwell and Chief Executive glass to a state where it can be melt-
$2.00 Bloody Marys Officer Don Seiler founded the com- ed into a new product.
pany six years ago when they saw a Buying and melting recycled glass
Ribeye Steak Sandwiches w/1 need for recycling monitor glass. is cheaper for manufacturers than
side $6.95 “We decided that this was the buying raw materials, Seiler said.
avenue to go down,” Seiler said. “It saves them on both sides,”
Though CRT now is owned by the Cornwell said.
Hendricks Corp., Seiler and The company is able to recycle an
MONDAY TUESDAY Cornwell still oversee day-to-day average of 98 percent of what it
Buy One Chicken Rib Eye Dinner operations. receives, which is rewarding for its
“The business took off faster than managers and employees, Cornwell
Sandwich w/2 sides & we ever expected,” Cornwell said. said.
Get 1 Chicken Garlic Bread “As word spread, calls kept coming “We have been able to develop a
Sandwich $9.95 in. The business just blossomed.” business and do something that pro-
The company’s headquarters is tects the environment,” he said.
FREE ALL DAY Margaritas $3.00 filled with everything from water The sheer amount of materials
coolers to printers and computers that move through the facility can
waiting to be disassembled and sort- be overwhelming for someone who
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ed. isn’t familiar with the industry,
Huge Prime Rib CRT also can refurbish items, if Cornwell added.
Philly Steak Dinner they are in useable condition, “You don’t realize how much of a
though it is a small portion of its throwaway society we are until you
Sandwich Queen Cut business. come to a facility like this,” he said.
$5.00 w/1 side “Most of the stuff we get is end-of- Despite its growth, CRT still has
$9.95 life,” Seiler said. been affected the nation’s slumping
CRT’s services make it easier for economy, especially since it re-sells
local businesses to comply with fed- steel and copper, whose prices have
FRIDAY SATURDAY eral regulations, which prohibit dropped more than 60 percent this
Rib Nite - landfill disposal of monitors contain- year.
Fish Fry - Walleye ing cathode-ray tubes. However, the amount of material
or Cod $7.95 1/2 Slab BBQ Ribs $8.95 “For us, convenience is the big coming in isn’t dropping. In fact, it’s
Potatoes, Baked Beans thing,” said Jeff Hermanns, system quite the opposite, Cornwell said.
2 Pieces Fish, & Garlic Bread administration supervisor at Lab “We expect our volumes to
Potato, Coleslaw, Bailey’s & Kaluha Safety Supply in Janesville. increase,” he said, particularly
Baked Beans & Roll The company sends truckloads of because of the transition to digital
Coffee $2.00 old monitors and computers to CRT television signals in February, which
about once a quarter, Hermanns will result in the nationwide dispos-
said. al of millions of analog TVs.
615 Cranston Road “They’ve been pretty easy to work
with,” he said.
The company’s strong volume
means a bright future, Seiler said.
Beloit Mercy Health System, which for-
merly shipped its used computer
“We’re looking to expand across
the country,” he said. CRT has facili-
equipment to Madison, has had the ties in New Hampshire, Maine,
same experience. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregon and
Fax: (608) 313-8798 “(CRT) made life a lot easier, in Texas.
terms of being able to make Cornwell and Seiler said they
SERVING LUNCH & DINNER arrangements,” said Dan Shanahan, enjoy the variety that comes with
OPEN DAILY AT 11 A.M. desktop support specialist coordina- their jobs.
87300 tor at Mercy. “They’re very accessi- “Not having that routine day is
ble to us, and willing to do whatever really a unique part of our busi-
we need. It’s a great service.” ness,” Seiler said.
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1969 JOHN DEERE SUNDAY Call Jeanne,
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tor, 18hp engine, automat- 212 East St., Clinton for shoppers.com parents on site. $850 To Give Away
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blade, ATV tires, no deck. & Christmas decorations. COCKATIELS 346-4230; 608-346-4231 For Rent General
608-365-3281 THURsdays, FRIdays, 608-289-7318 Pets
SATurdays 8-4pm. Poodles, akc teeny tiny toy Auctions
4 CEMETERY LOTS, 1ST MONTH BACK FROM black, brown, & cream, Farm Items
Floral Lawns in the older Dickens Dept. 56 Villages, 40 YEAR OLD, white FREE*
Beanies & other VACATION males, 1 red female, first Antiques
Catholic Section. male, decent looks & MID-CITY SELF Make your holiday shots given, $500 each Good Things to Eat
Below selling price. interesting items. Enjoy build, clean, honest, hard
holiday refreshments. STORAGE reservations now 262-723-2462 Work Wanted
727-789-1356 working. Looking for 608-743-4145 Dorr Road Kennels
Everyone welcome! Music
female companion, age 35 24 Hour Access 13860 Dorr Rd Child Care
ALUMINUM combination to 45, with similar quali-
storm windows, used, Conveniently South Beloit Business Opportunity
SNOWTHROWER ties, to enjoy many things located between 815-624-2168
some new, all kinds of in life. Serious inquiries J & B TACK & FEED Lawn & Garden
sizes, call with your size, TORO, 3 hp $200 Beloit & Janesville Seasonal Services
608-290-0549 only. Respond to: From the show pen to the
$15 each. Ed, 608-751- near Blackhawk BICHON/SCHNAUZER back yard: Services Offered
Blind Box #1010 Tech
0394 c/o Stateline News Mix Puppies $300. Feed, clothes, hats,
ANTIQUE HOOSIER We buy, sell & trade guns. 1555 Willowbrook
Affordable Pricing 815-389-8168 tack, gifts, much more. RUMMAGE SALES
Month to Month 3420 3rd St, Afton, WI (By AREA)
cabinet, $875 OBO. Beloit Sport Center, 557 E. Beloit, WI 53511 FEMALE FERRET, 2 yr Afton
608-365-9541 Grand. 608-365-6952 No phone calls please Rental Agreements old, large cage & all ac- 608-757-4377 Beloit East
Clean, secure units cessories included. $100 Beloit West
ANTIQUE OAK pedestal and 24 hour
dining room table with WHEELCHAIR – New, OBO. 608-346-4657 For Classified Ads Call Brodhead
surveillance 608-365-1663 Burlington
claw feet & 4 chairs, $775 $9,000 OBO. 608-
OBO. 608-365-9541 Cathedral ceilings in GOLDEN RETREIVER 815-389-2722 Lyons
774-0321 / 608-757-9025 Country Estates
all units pups, great with kids, Fax 608-365-7045
BED: Queen pillowtop 16 WEEK old male kitten, A protective barrier wormed, dews & 1st shots, Or visit us online Caledonia
mattress set $145. Full black/white. 815-986-3882 males $225, females www.community
to prevent Darien
$125. King $245. New. condensation $275. 608-931-3366 shoppers.com Delavan
262-903-1083 FREE TO GOOD HOME: *1st month free with a East Troy
COMPUTER, Internet GUN SHOW & SALES Mixed yellow lab puppy, 6 6 month commitment Edgerton
wks old, 608-362-4023
t’s Coon Creek Albion
ready, works great. In- Jefferson Co
cludes monitor, keyboard, Newville
Fairgrounds BANQUET TABLES & Elkhorn
mouse & CD ROM. Come
try it, $95. 262-473-2708
Fri, Dec 12, 5-9pm
CHAIRS FOR RENT
TREE FARM Ludwell Estates
Sat Dec 13, 9-5pm 6 miles west of Beloit on Hwy. 81 Fontana
CONVENIENT CRYPT Opening November 27, 2008
with brass vase in Mount Sun Dec 14, 9-3pm WE PAY CASH FOR OLD Footville
Costume Jewelry & Genoa City
Thabor Mausoleum in Be-
loit. Call 608-365-8296 be-
fore Dec 19th
Cuff links. 608-676-5836 CHRISTMAS TREES Pell Lake
GUN SHOW Dec 12, Janesville East
CUT Hardwood Firewood,
cut, stack, delivered $100
13, 14, JEFFERSON
New & Used Appliances
New scratch & dent save
Steeple Thrift Shoppe White Pine
face cord 608-313-0092 GOUNDS Jefferson WI. 627 Church St., Beloit
Fri 5-9pm 30-50%. We have it all! White Fir Lake Geneva
Hrs.: Wed. 10-1 pm; Lake Como
DINING SET, 50” round Sat 9am-5pm.
with 4 10” leaves, 6 chairs, Sun 9am-3pm. Wahl’s Appliances 1st Fri., 10-1 pm; Sat. 10-1 pm Cut Your Own Springfield
$425. 262-723-1735 608-754-7438 or Handmade Wreaths, Garland
GIANT SUPER SHARP 608-365-4920 83581 Holiday Clothes 87184
Grave Blankets & Crafts
FREE Popcorn & Cider Orfordville
30”-25' DIAGONAL LCD Poplar Grove
MULTI-MEDIA home the-
ater projector, play games, @? A B CE D F @ ? A B CE D F CLOSED MONDAYS Rockford
CHRISTMAS TREES — CUT YOUR OWN
CONTACT LENS USERS
watch sports, movies, rac- If you used contact lenses 6 Days A Week –– 9 AM-4:30 PM Roscoe
ing, etc. $5,000 new ask- Sharon
ing $495. 262-473-2708
between 2004 & May
2007 and required a
Huge Selection - 15 miles west of Beloit on 608-362-2188 85878 Shopiere
Beloit Newark Road (Q), Brodhead Tiffany
corneal transplant or lost
LIKE new 3 in 1 BABY crib
eyesight due to an eye (608) 897-2569 South Beloit
with extra quality mattress, More Info at: www.paulstreefarm.com Walworth
infection, you may be
blonde $80. 262-203-5398
entitled to compensation. @? A B CE D F @ ? A B CE D F If you are interested Zenda
MUST SELL Whirlpool Ul- Attorney Charles Johnson
tra capacity electric, front 1-800-535-5727 in a route, Williams Bay
load washer & dryer, still • • • • •
in boxes. Retail $2,000, Keith’s Trees on Favor Road Call our Circulation Department today! Help Wanted
asking $1,400 OBO. Lori SNOWBLOWERS Cut your own or choose from limited pre-cuts (608) 365-1663 (Beloit) Real Estate Notice
608-290-3056 JOHN DEERE FRONTIER Real Estate Wanted to Buy
Opens Nov. 28 thru Dec. 23 (815) 389-2722 (Northern IL) Real Estate For Sale
PENTIUM III almost new; several to Open Every Day Manufactured Homes
COMPUTER – Complete choose from save$$$ Real Estate Wanted to Rent
with CD burner and 17” Mon.-Fri. 10:00-5:00, Sat. & Sun. 9:00-5:00 Real Estate For Rent
LEHMAN’S SMALL Apartment Rental
monitors $150 & up. ENGINE REPAIR 1000s of Scotch Pine • Some White Pine
PENTIUM IV computers, A PUBLICATION Rooms for Rent
Internet ready, $225 & up.
608-728-0837 87354 6-12 feet $30.00 Vans
All with warranties. Tree Shaking and Baling Are Free. Saws and Twine Provided. Sport Utilities
Call Tom 815-997-0503 www.keithstrees.com • (815) 968-5903
or 815-633-3783 Steeple Thrift Shoppe For routes in:
Auto Wanted to Buy
POOL TABLE $110, bunk Rockton
627 Church St., Beloit n Beloit, South Beloit, Clinton, Orfordville, Motorcycles
bed $110, love seat & 2
chairs $65, queen bed- Hrs.: Wed. 10-1 pm; call Terry at 608-365-1663. Trucks
1st Fri., 10-1 pm; Sat. 10-1 pm Recreational Equipment
room set $175, refrigerator s For routes in: Snowmobile
$60, full bedroom set Loves Park, Machesney Park, Rockford, or Watercraft
$135, dressers $25-$35, Dazzling Holiday driving route in Rockton and Roscoe,
hutch $35, recliner & Wear
matching chair $50, table call Terry at 815-389-2722.
& 4 chairs $15, chair & ot- Winter Coats For routes in:
toman $40. 1-779-475- & Jackets Rockton City, call Joan at 815-624-7935. 87943
0186 So. Beloit number. 83940 85831 87946
Stateline News Wednesday, December 10, 2008 19
FIRE STATION ANTIQUE THE PIANO WORKS KERI'S LICENSED
MALL going out of COME SAMPLE the taste Piano Tuning & Repair. DAY CARE – Openings
Business Sale. of my “Dip n Good Mus- Will play for weddings, available, 6 mos-4 yrs,
50% most of the store tard with a Kick!” Unique funerals, etc. Information 608-363-
until sold. Gift Baskets and jars sold 815-624-1171 3943 or 608-921-7830
Open 1-5pm daily. separately. Wholesale
815-389-9441 cases available. Friday LICENSED ROSCOE day
440 Gardner St Dec 12th during care has openings,
Collectibles Online South Beloit Holidazzle. I'll be located
at 418 E Grand. The origi-
nal Jackson Tax Service.
AUNT AGGIE'S Day Care
has 1st & 2nd openings for
smoke-free home with
fenced yard. Reasonable
rates & references. 815-
& All Products 2 years & up, Sun – Sat, 623-6672 DEADLINE IS
W2 accepted, 30 yrs ex- MONDAY-11 AM
perience. 608-362-3649 Steffie's Licensed
100 W. Main St., Rockton, IL Day Care has openings, FOR THE WEDNESDAY
Phone: 815-624-0422 PEANUT BRITTLE close to Kruger Park. PAPER. PLACE YOUR
Fax: 815-624-0622 www.communityshoppers.com Calvary Tabernacle PAYING $500-$25,000+
Full & part time openings. 608-365-2597 AD EARLY!
87192 608-365-1663 or
608-362-5715 for older FENDER, GIB- All ages. References. or 608-346-8673
SON, GRETSCH, MAR- 608-728-4900 815-389-2722
TIN, NATIONAL guitars.
Please call Crawford
Nashville, TN PROPERTY SHOP, Pell
Lake (across from Mobil
on Clover Rd). Fri, Dec
12, 11-7pm Sat, Dec 13 8-
5pm. Huge indoor sale.
Shop for Xmas. Many new
items under a $1, gift bas-
kets, kid's toys, candles,
gift ware and much more.
www.beloitauction.com Also used office furniture,
desks, chairs, file cabinet
TIMED ON-LINE ONLY etc. 262-492-9918 for info.
AUCTION Living Estate Auction
Know where you're calling!
Area Phone Exchanges
Bid now through Auction 608 Area Code
Tues., Dec. 16th at 8:10 p.m. Dean George Auction Service Jeff & Lisa Wickline Beloit: 299, 313, 361,
To bid on-line visit our website 1006 W. Madison Ave., Milton, WI 362, 363, 364, 365, 368
and Real Estate Auctions Clinton: 676
or your Proxibid Custom Link: Leif & Norma Thoreson Saturday, December 13th Janesville: 314, 373, 741,
Saturday, December 13th • 11 a.m. 752, 754, 755, 756, 757,
http://www.proxibid.com/beloit 10:00 A.M. 758
We’ve gathered a great mix of vintage & contemporary 11102 West Laird Road, Beloit, WI 53511 Milton: 868
Directions: From the east edge of Orfordville on Hwy. 213 to Directions: I-90 south to Hwy. 59 (Milton exit), east to Footville: 876
items from estates & individuals for this December
County K, south 4 miles to Laird Road. Or, 5 miles north of Beloit Milton to Cty. M west or I-90 north to Hwy. 26 exit (at Orfordville: 879
TIMED ON-LINE ONLY AUCTION. on Hwy. 213 to Laird Road, west 4 miles. Watch for Dean George Janesville), north on Hwy. 26 to Hwy. 59 (Madison Avenue)
There’s costume jewelry, art glass sculptures & Richmond: 883
Auction Service signs. Note: The Thoresons are relocating and in Milton, west to Cty. M. (Watch for Badger State Auction Edgerton: 884
vases, stained glass windows, art work, glassware, selling absolutely everything. Many items are like NEW and less
Franklin Mint Matchbox collectibles, baseball cards, than 4 yrs old (very few exceptions). Mark your calendars!
signs) Brodhead: 862, 897
knife sets, cameras, tools, & many more specially Tractor & Loader: JD 4600 MFWD diesel hydrostatic WF 3pt. NOTE: We apologize for this sale being postponed by the
selected items. only 712 hrs. w/JD 460 loader (joy stick) material bucket & bale owners on November 30th. Please check out our website at 815 Area Code
Terms: Cash, check, Visa, M/C, Discover or Debit. 17% spear. 3pt. Equipment: King Cutter 3pt. 7’ landscape rake; JD www.badgerstateauction.com for a complete listing of all
buyer’s fee. 2% discount for cash, check or Debit. Shipping 3pt. 6’ model 613 Bush Hog; JD 3pt. 6’ model 45 scraper blade; items that will be sold or refer to last week’s newspaper auction South Bergen: 292
terms on Proxibid.com site. Woods 3pt. post hole digger 10” auger. Dually 4WD Pickup: South Beloit: 389
ads. This sale will consist of great tools, 20+/- guns, skid steer, Roscoe: 623
Want your items included in our next 2006 Chevrolet 1 Ton 3500 Dura Max diesel long box (41,916
miles). Trailers: 2006 Haulmark 28’ super wedge side & rear trailers, truck & snowplow, Harley motorcycles, autographed Rockton: 624
ON-LINE ONLY AUCTION?
drop ramp doors, 4 runs of E channel, floor rings & straps, NFL helmets and much more. Shirland: 629
Contact us for details.
1 1/2” floor, extra height, 2 5/16 ball; 42’ semi trailer on wheels TERMS: 5% buyer’s fee. Cash, Check, MasterCard or Visa Harvard: 943
TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS: (for storage, no title); single place snowmobile trailer. Lawn with Proper ID. There will be an additional 3% buyer’s fee Loves Park/Machesney
Beloit Auction Service, Inc. Avalon Auction Center Tractor & Attachments: JD LT 166; JD 48” thatcher; pull type Park/Rockford:
534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI 8727 Avalon Rd., Avalon, WI added to all sales when using credit cards. All sales are final
lawn sweeper. Home Wood Burning Stove: Wood Chuck w/3 226, 227, 229, 262, 282,
(608) 364-1965 (608) 755-1802 speed blower (heat up to 3,000 sq. ft.). Sand Blaster & Dust and must be settled for on day of sale. Not responsible for
accidents or misprints, if any. Once sold, items are your 394, 395, 397, 398, 399,
Collectors: Portable sand plaster; abrasive sand blaster cabinet
489, 494, 633, 636, 637,
w/light; (2) Dayton commercial dust collectors on stands (3&5
639, 654, 765, 877, 961,
Richard Ranft, Computerized Auction Service Bill Perkins, hp.). Van: 1987 Chevy cargo van 6 cyl. auto. trans. Shop Tools &
Misc.: Contractor model 6.5 hp Shop Vac; 2400 PSI pressure
BADGER STATE AUCTION 962, 963, 964, 965, 966,
Call Toll Free
& REAL ESTATE
CAI, GPPA, AARE GPPA, CAI
Registered Wisconsin 1-877-364-1965 Registered Wisconsin washer w/Honda engine; Husky chain saw; (2) propane tanks 967, 968, 969, 987
Auctioneer #237 Auctioneer #1956 (New); LP weed burner; Porter cable air compressor 135 PSI on BOB JOHNSON - AUCTIONEER
Registered Illinois Dan McKee #1830 Registered Illinois wheels; Ingersoll air compressor 2 hp. on wheels; Paslode REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER #800 262 Area Code
Auctioneer #441.001071 Auctioneer #441.00964 framing & finish battery nailers; (4) Porter cable air nailers; 4128 HWY. KK, MILTON, WI (608) 868-2199
87276 Wizard laser level w/tripod; reciprocating saw; Milwaukee dry Bergen: 296
wall screw gun; Milwaukee right angle drill; Porter cable biscuit
jointer; Delta unisaw; Delta floor model drill press; scroll saw; Where our goal is your satisfaction! 89275 field:
propane portable heaters; Porter cable battery drills; Milwaukee 763, 767
sawsall; Plunge router; jointer; Werner 10’ step ladder; van seats;
heating stove; pipe clamps; 250 & 300 gal. fuel tanks (one on
stand); pick-up toolbox; pick-up Weather Guard headache rack;
Skil saws; work tables w/maple bowling ally tops; maple bowling
ally boards 12”x15’&20’. New Kitchen Cabinets & Building
Materials: Merilot oak kitchen cabinets 121” glass rack
2 pantries w/slide out drawers; many boxes of Daltie ceramic tile
(12”x12”, 12”x6” & 6”x6”); counter top; 6’ & 8’ vertical blinds;
solid mahogany, oak & pine interior doors w/frames. Collector
Car: 1966 Chevy II original trans. & engine, factory carpeting &
trim, 4 door, needs restoration, (good body). Pool, Hot Tub &
Pool Furniture: Aqus leader 18’x34’x54” depth, galvanized
www.beloitauction.com w/liner above ground w/heater (installed inside); Coleman spa
therapedic 6 person hot tub ($9,000. new, 6 yrs. old); (15)
COMBINED ESTATE & colorful deck chairs (must be seen to be appreciated); (3) 8’
umbrellas w/stands. Lawn & Garden: wheelbarrow; (4) candle ALL SEASONS Seamless
Gutters. Fully insured.
HOUSEHOLD AUCTION lanterns; park bench; wood posts; metal gate. Exercise &
Sporting Equipment: ET 4000 Elliptical walker; Schwinn bicycle;
cross-country skis; 4 person 10’x12’ tent; camping supplies; 2”
Free estimates. 27 years
Wed., Dec. 10th – 4:30 P.M. receiver hitch double bicycle rack. Appliances: Speed Queen
HAILE TREE SERVICE
534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI front load washer (full-size), electric dryer (full-size) (both
stackable or side-by-side); Whirlpool elec. stove; GE refrigerator; & stump removal,
Amana garage refrigerator. Master Bedroom Set: Lexington licensed & insured,
Be smart & shop the AUCTION way. This queen-size bed; 7 drawer dresser w/beveled mirror; 5 drawer 24 hour emergency
combined estate & household Auction is chest of drawers; nightstand (very nice). Antiques & service. 815-389-3969 or
Collectibles: Dining table; buffet; dresser; school desk; new
PIANO • VOICE • VIOLIN • DRAMA
loaded with terrific items including 608-879-9014
Winchester & J. C. Higgins shotguns - home sewing machine; stain glass window; pine trunk; walnut
desk & matching chair (very nice); (2) kerosene bracket lamps HANDYMAN
Home Repair Service.
LESSONS & CAM PS
Savage, Springfield & Winchester rifles - an w/reflectors; paper roller; barn lanterns; fire extinguishers; round
‘82 Yamaha BR 250 snowmobile - Coleman oak coffee table; whiskey decanters 60’s-70’s inc. Green Bay Will do Snowblowing. Free
Skiroule Cariol tow-behind - a new Trek Packers & rooster; M&M candy lamp & people; chairs; cedar estimates. 608-322-6612
Cruiser Classic bike - collectible toys - chest; 5’ church pew; gate-leg table; (3) fishnet floats; Johnson
Bros. china 12 place settings; single door cupboard; (4) large
(815) 623-1000 KEN'S THE NAME
Hauling's the game
stoneware - primitives - American coins - 87393
stamps - jewelry - stained glass windows -
ceiling tins; tables; Stanley No. 7 plane; carpenters trunk;
woodworking tools. Christmas Tree & Village: 12’ Xmas tree; 26
Open Mon. - Sat. 608-362-2767 or
carved decoratives - new electrical items - pcs. Dickens Victorian & Towne series; (3) 6’ Xmas light poles.
interior doors - a small True commercial TV, Dart Board & Fish Tank: Phillips 52” 5.1 Denon surround SNOW REMOVAL
system side speakers; Arachnid 7’ electric dart board w/2 door Prompt, affordable service
freezer - household furnishings & much, cabinet (new); 72 gal. fish tank w/pine 2 door cabinet (new). Driveways & Sidewalks
much more for collectors & the home. Go to Household: Oak armoire w/27” TV space; Toshiba 27” TV; Lucite 815-509-3558
www.beloitauction.com for detailed listing & architectural shelving; leather sofa; (2) leather recliners; pub
table w/6 tall chairs; (4) pine stools; Amish oak chair set; Amish
Don’t Get Left Out in the
stop in for preview.
Dec. 17th is our Customer Appreciation Auction.
curved glass curio cabinet; 36”x36” cherry mirror; (4) Barrister
stacking bookcases; wrought iron pieces; house plants; Princess # BAKER #
House brandy snifter; oak buck board bench; 2, 3 & 4-dwr. file
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opportunity to grow with a small, but visionary health care community.
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Use your experience to earn money now! CNAs with lapsed Do you have what it takes to join our team?
cert., PCWs or Exp. Care givers are needed for 1:1 cares in Maintenance Worker Long-Term Care RN or LPN
Non Skilled Home Health Care. Must have good Emp. History,
Trans., Telephone, Lifting capability of 50 lb. This is a job with Premier Rehab in Beloit is recruiting for a position in 32-40 hours Night Shift
Steady Scheduling and Weekly paychecks. Personally maintenance. This position is a multi-task job that involves a
Rewarding. variety of different job functions. The ideal candidate will Requires eligibility for Wisconsin Licensure, every other weekend and every other holiday.
Call M-F 8a-4p
2 have hands-on experience in areas of maintenance, enjoy Please apply in person at:
Accura Home Health positions
working with the elderly, and have a history of good
attendance and work ethics. This individual shall possess Wood’s Crossing, E401 23rd Street, Brodhead, WI 53520
Inc. in good working knowledge of carpentry, electrical, plumbing,
608-676-2337 Evansville and be mechanically inclined. Experience in floor (608) 897-3031
maintenance, which includes stripping, re-waxing, burnishing Wood’s Crossing at Wood’s Point, in
accordance with the Federal Civil Rights
and shampooing carpets will be required. Hours may vary. Act, does not discriminate on the basis of
Premier Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing age, race, ethnicity, religion, color,
gender, disability, marital status, sexual
does not discriminate in hiring on the basis orientation, national origin, cultural
Beloit Health & Rehab of race, color, religion, sex, age, AT WOOD’S POINT differences or ancestry. 87397
national origin or disability.
1905 West Hart Rd. Apply in person to:
Beloit, WI 53511 Premier Rehab
Is currently recruiting for the following positions: 2121 Pioneer Dr., Beloit, WI 53511 87352
RN’s/LPN’s Closing Date: Monday, December 15, 2008
- Full time PM shift PARA-EDUCATOR – We Are Growing . . .
English as a Second Language – ESL Bilingual
PM Supervisor MERRILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2008-2009 School Year Only
An ESL/Bilingual (Spanish) para-educator is needed at
Requirements: Merrill Elementary School. This position is Monday through Scot Forge Company, a 100% employee owned company is recruiting ambitious
• Position requires a current license to practice in Friday, 6.5 hours - 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The qualified
people to join our successful team. Our salary/benefit package is competitive with
candidate must relate well to students in an elementary
the state as RN or LPN setting and must be able to speak and write Spanish. The Profit Sharing and a Stock Ownership program; also we offer a variety of events
candidate must be able to translate/interpret equally between for you and your family to enjoy.
• SNF or LTC experience English and Spanish. Must be dedicated, have good
Machine Repair Technicians (Spring Grove, IL) – 3 Openings
• Ability to relate positively, effectively, and attendance, be flexible and willing to follow directions.
(All Shifts Available – 1 opening per shift)
appropriately with residents, families, Experience working with ESL students preferred.
All para-educators hired by the School District of Beloit must The Machine Repair/Rebuild Department needs an individual with a good strong
community members, volunteers and other complete one of the following: 2 years of higher education, an knowledge of a variety of machine tools, such as: lathes, mills, grinders and drill presses.
facility staff. associate’s degree, or an assessment indicating knowledge Assigned duties include preventative maintenance on a group of assigned machines,
in reading, writing, and math. A high school diploma is
• Must meet all health requirements as required necessary, but not sufficient. Candidates must hold or be
rebuilding projects and repairs. Strong troubleshooting skills a must, keeping the machines
by law. willing to obtain the Wisconsin para-educator licensure if in production is the utmost priority. Must have excellent mechanical skills, ability to read
offered a position. Rate of pay is $9.78/hour. Benefits are blueprints, hydraulic and electrical schematics. A candidate for this position must possess
We offer excellent salary and benefits package available. very good communication skills and must have good mechanical skills, ability to read
including immediate no-cost health insurance mechanical drawings, hydraulic and electrical schematics for troubleshooting purposes.
TO APPLY: Complete the on-line
for full-time nurses. WECAN “SUPPORT” application by going to the Go to www.scotforge.com for full job descriptions/benefits details
Qualified candidates should submit a resume to School District of Beloit website:
Shameeka Martin, HR at firstname.lastname@example.org www.sdb.k12.wi.us or WECAN site: Candidates can stop by our Spring Grove location to fill out applications, M-F, 7am – 5pm
or stop in to complete an application. EOE/Drug http://services.education.wisc.edu/wecan or submit resumes via Fax to 815-675-4127, mail to Human Resources, PO Box 8, Spring
Free Workplace. Job Code Number: 3705 Grove, IL 60081 or visit our website to fill out an online application.
87225 EEO – M/F/D/V
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Full-time RN Case Manager
As a case manager you will be responsible for managing the plan
of care for facility and home patients. You will coordinate care
within an interdisciplinary team to provide quality care, comfort
and dignity for terminally ill patients – helping them live life to
its fullest while achieving personal goals. For over 25 years
Beloit Regional Hospice has provided the Stateline community
with quality and compassionate care for patients and their
families. If you are looking to make a difference – consider the
rewards of hospice nursing. Competitive pay and benefits,
weekly mileage reimbursement, 401(k) plan.
This is your chance to make a Difference!
Send or fax resume: HOMES HOMES
BELOIT: 1677 YATES, ELKHORN: 2 BR house, 1
Sherilyn Aures, Director of Patient Services SOUTH JANESVILLE, SOUTH JANESVILLE: for rent. 2 BR, $450 rent car garage, attached shed, BELOIT: 1350 6th St, 3 BR
Beloit Regional Hospice GREAT Little, 2 BR, 1 BEAUTIFUL NEW 3 BR, plus security deposit, ref- fenced in yard, air, $775, Upper plus attic, $625. 2
655 Third Street, Ste. 200, Beloit, WI 53511 bath, on quiet lot in nice 2 bath, 1,520 sq ft dou- erences. 608-368-1715 plus utilities, security de- BR Lower $525, pay own
Fax: (608) 363-7426 mobile home community. blewide mobile home with posit required. Off Hwy A utilities. Private entrances,
Email: email@example.com New appliances, car port all appliances and central BELOIT: 1819 Liberty, & H, call 262-742-2052 1 yr lease. 608-921-4990
87286 small 3 BR house, low util-
“Supporting the Spirit of Life” and storage shed. Credit air. Pets allowed in this
problems OK. Owner will quiet community. Owner ities, storage shed, laun- NORTHWEST BELOIT: 2 BR Lower with
finance with $1,000 down- will finance with $3,000 dry, $650. 608-362-3297 ROCKTON: 2 BR farm garage, all utilities, no
payment on this $14,500 down payment. $785 house, no pets, $750 pets, 625 8th St., $650 mo.
month (includes lot rent) BELOIT: 1915 Glen, 3 BR, month plus deposit. 815- plus deposit. 608-362-
home. Ready to move in. available Feb 1 or before,
All new appliances. $515 RTO. Call today HSO 629-2576, 815-494-7527 3226
608-371-3337 $700 plus utilities and
month (includes lot rent) deposit, 608-774-1087 ROCKTON: Cute 3 BR BELOIT: 2 BR, 1 bath du-
RTO. Pets allowed. 608- WOODED LOTS AVAIL- house, 13714 Dorr Rd. plex, country setting, full
371-3337 ABLE for manufactured BELOIT: 2 BR house, East $650 mo plus utilities. basement, laundry hook
homes, 14x80, 16x80, & side, stove & refrigerator 815-389-4484; 815-742- up, $700 mo. 608-931-
SOUTH JANESVILLE, double wide welcome. furnished, security deposit 4254
GREAT, 3 BR, 2 bath, Homes must meet Park required. 608-751-1206
14x70, mobile home on standard of being 1980 ROSCOE: 3 BR, brick BELOIT: 2 BR, 423 Harri-
very nice lot in quiet mo- model or newer & have BELOIT: 2 BR house, ranch in country setting, son, heat & electric includ-
bile home community. Ap- vinyl siding, amenities in- large yard 2 car garage. appliances, family room, ed $625. Security & refer-
MANUFACTURED pliances included with clude: Childrens play- References. No pets. $700 central air, finished base- ences. 608-362-8361
central air. Large backyard rent & $700 deposit. 815- ment, sun room, fenced in
HOMES and storage shed. Woods
ground & access to the
378-4135 or 608-207- yard, 815-904-0787 (cell) BELOIT: 3 BR Lower,
A Foreclosure!4BR,3BA, Rock River. South Bluff College area, large rooms,
JANESVILLE, GREAT 2 behind home. Less than Homes, South Beloit, IL. 5328
$25,750! For Listings BR, 1 bath 2000 mobile perfect credit accepted. SOUTH BELOIT: 811 dining room. Spacious
800-546-2998 ex D740 815-389-1074 BELOIT: 2 BR, 1 BA, Salmon, 2 BR house, kitchen, new bath. All utili-
home with covered deck Monthly payment (in-
cludes lot rent) of $670 $550 month plus security. $525 month. Section 8 ties. 722 Park. Security &
and storage shed. All new 608-368-1168
BELOIT: Turtle Creek appliances, central air and RTO. Pets allowed. 608- OK. 608-883-6520 references. No Pets. Call
Condominiums. Beautiful, new carpet. Convenient 371-3337 BELOIT: 2 BR, 1 bath 608-362-8361
well maintained, 2 BR, 2 BELOIT: Turtle Creek house for rent or option to SOUTH BELOIT: Cozy 1
location. Next to woods in SOUTH JANESVILLE, Condo's, $900 mo. BR house with laundry BELOIT: 327 W. Grand
bath, 2 car garage. Wash- buy. Completely remod-
quiet location. Easy to VERY FINE, 3 BR, 2 bath, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car hook-up. $450 month plus ½ off 1st month rent to
er, dryer, refrigerator, dish- qualify owner financing, eled. New appliances. qualified tenants. 1 BR
washer, stove included. doublewide mobile home. garage, 2 minutes from $650 month plus security. deposit. 815-389-4152
$1,300 down payment, All appliances and central I-90 & I-43. 608-346-3075 $400 a mo. 608-363-5123
608-346-3075 $535 month RTO. Pets al- Tenant pays all utilities.
SHOPIERE: 2-4 bedroom air. Easy to qualify with 608-362-8999 BELOIT: 618 Church, col-
lowed. 608-371-3337 owner financing available
country home, 2 car BELOIT: 254 Liberty Ave, lege area. 2 BR Lower,
garage, 3 + acres, Clinton JANESVILLE, VERY with $2,000 down pay- BELOIT TOWNSHIP: 830 heat, low utilities, laundry,
ment. Convenient location 3 BR, 2 story house, 1BA,
School District, $179,000. NICE, 28x48, 1996 3 BR, 3 BR HOUSE, 1964 $625 per month plus secu- E Briar Lane. Large 2 BR, $550. 608-362-3297
2 bath mobile home in on Hwy 51 South. New no basement, with garage,
262-949-5192 Harrison, $600 per month rity. No pets.
nice, quiet community. storage shed and large refrigerator & stove, $725 BELOIT: Available Now,
deck. Pets allowed. HSO + security deposit. 608-289-1236
MANUFACTURED All appliances included, Tenant pays all utilities. mo, plus $725 security. newly remodeled 2 bed-
central air and storage 608-371-3337 BELOIT: 3 Bedroom with Available 12/1. room upper duplex, 228
HOMES 815-389-2670 gagage. No pets. Section
shed. Great home for SOUTH JANESVILLE: 608-728-0615 Merrill St, off street park-
retired couple or starter AFTON: Rustic 2 BR cabin 8 welcome. 608-361-0297 ing, $450 month, water &
SUPER PRICE! BEAUTIFUL 3 BR, 1 in wilderness setting at CLINTON: 2 BR, full base-
home. Financing avail- bath, 14x70, 1997 mobile sewer included. ½ month
Way Below Value able. $34,900. HSO conjunction of Bass Creek BELOIT: 3 BR far west ment, garage, 717 Shu free with lease. 262-374-
Only $7,000! home in great community. & Rock River alongside 60 side, newly built 2 yrs ago, Lar. $595. 414-861-3553
608-371-3337 Excellent shape, all appli- 1489. Se Habla Espanol
In South Beloit 1977 acre DNR hunting/fishing 2 car attached garage,
14x70 Marshfield, 3 BR, We're easy to do business ances included. Nice gar- laundry hook up, 2241 SOUTH BELOIT: Small 2 BELOIT: Clean 2 BR, west
preserve. $1,000 month, BR, $400. 815-389-4745
1 BA, some appliances with! You can pay for your den tub and central air. minimum 1 yr lease. West Grand Ave. $815 per side, smaller kitchen, $400
included. Pricing includes Stateline News classified Ready to move in. Owner 608-931-4623 mo. 608-365-4496 mo. Same deposit. Electric
2 months free lot rent ad with Master Card, Visa financing available. Pets tenant's responsibility.
815-389-1074 & Discover. allowed. $665 month RTO, BELOIT TOWNSHIP: BELOIT: 3 BR home,
West side. Small 1 or 2 Rent & deposit up front.
easy to qualify. HSO 608- close to golf course. $625 608-362-4019
371-3337 BR home. $565 + security month. 608-921-2898
& references. BELOIT BELOIT: College area 2
608-289-4513 BELOIT: 3 BR house, air, 920 Park Avenue BR lower, 738 Park, all
We're easy to do business on 3 lots, remodeled, 1 month free to qualified large rooms, parking, cen-
Family with! You can pay for your BELOIT: 1212 NELSON, tenants. 1 bedroom
2 bedrooms, $450 plus $700. 608-365-8780 tral air, stove & refrigera-
Stateline News classified starting at $400 a month. tor, laundry hook-up. No
Restaurant ad with Master Card, Visa deposit. 522 Hackett St, BELOIT: 3 BR house. HEAT included.
$550 plus deposit. 860 pets. $495 rent & security.
& Discover. $600 month. 608-302- Elevator, underground 608-362-8361
Vine St, $550 plus deposit. 5873 parking available
For Sale or Lease Large, newer, 2 bedroom
BELOIT: 1608 Liberty, 2
BELOIT: 3 BR, 1 ½ BA, 414-546-6208 BELOIT: LARGE 3 BR
apartment, $550 rent,
Prime Location, 325 Dickop St., 2+ garage, family room, BELOIT: 1 & 2 Bedroom, $550 security, 752 W.
upper. Appliances furnished. BR, low utilities, garage, fenced yard, all appli- heat & appliances includ-
South Beloit (next to Papa John’s) air, $695 608-362-3297 Grand. Call 608-751-1650
$650 per month plus ances. $775 mo. + de- ed. 608-361-0503
New Booths, Carpet and Bathrooms. security deposit. BELOIT: 2 & 3 BR homes, posit. 608-361-0867 BELOIT: Now taking
BELOIT: 1 BR all utilities,
starting at $490 month. air, available now. $575 applications for the clean,
Seating Capacity 80 People. South Beloit: 2 bedroom, 608-289-2422 BELOIT: 3 BR, 1 BA, quiet and cozy one
$700 month plus security. month. 608-365-8780
Call appliances furnished, washer 608-368-1168
BELOIT: 1 BR Upper near
bedroom apartments in
& dryer hookup available. CRANSTON TERRACE
(608) 289-0843 87144
New paint & tile. No pets.
$475 per month plus
BELOIT: 511 Portland,
available now. Large,
clean 3 BR house with
college, 819 Park Ave.
$475 per mo. includes
heat & sewer, security de-
Must be 62 or older or
person with disability to
qualify. All utilities are
security deposit. 1 or 2 Bedroom garage. Section 8 accept- posit required. included in the rent! Rent
AVAILABLE NOW ed. No pets. $680 per 608-751-4359 determined by income.
Roscoe: 1 bedroom. $425 Appliances, heat, water month. 608-751-1653 Call 608-362-6030 or
& sewer included
BELOIT: 1025 E Grand, 1-800-396-0289 for more
per month plus security
FOXWOOD HILLS 1 BR $425 • 2 BR $475 BELOIT: West side, small large 2 BR up, very low information and an
deposit. For information or 3 BR house with attached utilities, laundry, $450 mo. application.
appointment call garage. Appliances with 608-362-3297 This institution is an Equal
APARTMENTS (815) 389-2487
or (815) 543-3686
washer & dryer, water &
sewer included. $550 +
BELOIT: 2 BR apt, all utili-
ties, air, $675. 608-365-
provider and employer
BELOIT: Quiet, 1 or 2 BR
Upper, appliances, refer-
ences, 608- 365-3041
HIGH SCHOOL APARTMENTS BELOIT: Spacious, clean
For Senior Living (65 and over)
2 BR with appliances,
yard, garage, deck.
Quiet, South Beloit Location • 1 Bedroom $465 month $625/mo with heat & wa-
Large, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
1 & 2 Bedroom • 2 bedroom $510 month ROSCOE/ROCKTON/SOUTH BELOIT ter. 608-752-0386
Available for • Security Deposit $250
Immediate Occupancy Special • Heat included
$525 to $695 per month plus deposit BELOIT: Sunny, large 2
$550 to $650 includes Heat,
Water & Modern Appliances
*1st Month Rent FREE
• With 12 month lease – last month free
1, 2 & 3 bedroom units BR. First floor, 2 porches,
nice yard. Available
• Newer, wall-to-wall carpet
* With 1 Year Lease
All appliances, A/C, coin laundry, 1/1/09. No utilities. $675.
• Air Conditioned Professionally Managed by
Town Center Realty Group, LLC
Call Judy off-street parking 608-362-4940
• Clean laundry facility
• Outdoor balcony/patio Call Amy: 608-365-2517 Special: 1st Month Rent FREE!!!! BELOIT: West side 1 BR,
$550 per month plus
• Ask about our Pet Policy! (815) 389-3899 220 West Grand Ave., Beloit 84078 Call Kathy @ 815-713-8767 84398 security. All utilities
BELOIT: West side, 1 BR
lower, appliances, all
utilities, water, sewer
included, $475 plus
In A Quiet, Country Setting First Month Rent Free
RENT SPECIALS STARTING AT $525 & UP INDEPENDENT LIVING Gorgeous 1 & 2 BR
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• 2nd & 3rd floor balconies • On-site maintenance Bed lable BELOIT, WI Gorgeous 2 BR
A vai (608) 362-1020 apts fully remodeled with
• Coin-operated laundry on the 3rd floor • Free storage units
• Cards • Bingo garage, separate
For More Information ~ Call Gail Today! • Underground Parking entrance, heat & water
• Dominoes • Crafts
Available • Continental included. Only $695 per
140 W. School St. • Sharon, WI • Potlucks • Parties
mo. Call Cheryl or Lorie at
(262) 736-2300 Breakfast - 6 days a week! • Minutes from Janesville 608-365-0633
email: prairie@sharontelephone .com • Across from Beloit Clinic
H o u r s : M o n . - Fr i . 8 - 4 : 3 0 ; S a t . B y A p p o i n t m e n t (No Holidays) • Close to Shopping Buy 4BR, 2BA, $10,500!
91785 Foreclosure!For listings,
Office hours: 9-12 and 12:30-4 p.m. • Sat. & Sun. by appointment 87254 800-690-3990 ext R193
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FIRST MONTH FREE LAKE GENEVA:
BURTON RIDGE NORTHGATE APTS BADGER APARTMENTS
APTS FREE HEAT 315 E South St/1120
1225 Burton St, Beloit. Beautiful 1 & 2 BR South Wells St. 2 BR, ap-
ONE MONTH FREE! Elevators pliances, air, blinds, laun-
Luxury 2 & 3 BR. www.thinv.com dry, deck or patio. Regular
Huge floor plans with in 608-365-8921 $615-$635. Call John &
home washer/dryer, FREE HEAT & Samantha 262-949-5251
private garage, vaulted 1 MONTH FREE RENT Español Heidy
ceilings, patio/balcony 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts 262-745-3813
with great woodside Call today!! 608-365-5700
views. PRAIRIE VILLAGE
Call Burton Ridge at GRANDVIEW APTS APARTMENTS
608-365-5358 or 339 West Grand Ave, First Month Rent Free
Beloit. 1 BR $460. Quiet, Gorgeous 1 & 2 BR
secured & conveniently
located near downtown, Call Cheryl or Lorie
ASK ABOUT Beloit College & bus 608-361-1234
HOLIDAY GIFT routes. Call for rent SOUTH BELOIT:
CARDS specials. As of now 1 TIMBER GROVE APTS
month free with 1 year 1 & 2 BR
lease & security 815-243-7878
CLEORA MANOR 815-391-9266
First Month Rent Free deposit. Contact Jim
608-361-1009 or WOODSIDE TERRACE
FREE HEAT 608-289-3594 APARTMENTS
Great 1, 2 & 3 BR 2255 Burton St, Beloit
www.thinv.com INMAN ESTATES
1619 Inman Parkway now accepting
Call Cheryl or Lorie applications for our
608-361-1234 Luxury 2 BR.
Ask About Our waiting list for
CLINTON: 1 BR Lower, Rent special! 1 & 2 BR apartments
completely furnished, in- Amenities Galore! 608-365-0333
cludes utilities, no smok- Attached garage, private
ers, $525. 608-290-9110 washer/dryer, large eat in
CLINTON: 1 BR, $450. kitchen, room size walk-in
Available Nov 1. 608-676- closet, patio/balcony, air,
5315 or 608-289-4129 vaulted ceilings, breakfast
bar & much more!
CLINTON: 2 BR, 1 BA, EXPERIENCE THE
stove, refrigerator, air, coin BEST IN TOWN! COMMERCIAL
operated laundry, heat & 608-361-0449 or
sewer included. Garage. 608-295-4925 REAL ESTATE
1st month rent free. $615 BELOIT: PRIME OFFICE
mo + security. 608-931- JANESVILLE: 2 BR & 3
BR on west side, starting SPACE in the heart of
4254 downtown, minutes away
at $640 includes heat, wa-
CLINTON: 2 BR, garage, ter & sewer. Professionally from the interstate. 11 x 14
air, $600 plus security & managed by Oakbrook & 10 x 12 office spaces for
utilities. 608-676-1126 Corp. 608-752-4887 rent. Use of large confer-
ence room. Plenty of front
CLINTON: large 2BR, 1½ KENSINGTON APTS & back parking. Printing
BA, full basement, at- 2937 Kensington Lane 2006 Ford Escape
services offered in build- 2004 Ebbtide 180
tached garage, new paint
& flooring, air, washer &
Beautiful 2 BR available
NOW! WILL GO FAST!!!
ing. Ideal for real estate
Campione Boat 18’4” XLT 4WD UNWANTED
agents, insurance agents, Low Miles – 34,315 VEHICLES?
dryer, refrigerator & range. Detached garage, large etc. Please call: *Engine Problems* COMPLETE CARS
Asking $15,500 Call us today
NO pets. $700 mo + secu-
Low Price $6,995
living room, patio/balcony, 608-299-1459
rity. 262-295-8717 or air, locked entrance & *Special Financing 5.99% for 60 months STEPHS AUTO
262-960-4375 additional storage unit & FIRST COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION to qualified buyers*
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FREE HEAT 608-361-0449 or which is fraudulent and/or
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms 608-295-4925 misleading in nature.
Pool & Basketball Court SOUTH BELOIT: 1 & 2 CSI reserves the right to
www.thinv.com BRs, heat included. reject and/or edit any
608-365-0633 Please call 608-921-0053 advertisement at any time.
1992 GEO TRACKER, ex- 1998 JEEP CHEROKEE, 2005 CHEVY TRAIL
cellent condition, $1,000 Sport, runs great, $3,200 BLAZER, LS, 7 passenger
OBO. 608-313-0092 firm 262-728-5045 4x4, 61K, 19mpg,
2004 BUICK REN- $10,900. 262-745-3667
DEZVOUS CX, 3.4L, V6,
1995 CHEVY CORSICA, 4 74,500 mi, white with gray
cylinder, runs good, $850 trim $8,450. 262-248-2166
firm. 815-962-8030 or
1996 NEON, 80K miles,
great running car. Good
mileage. Body good. Paint
peeled in areas. $1,400
OBO. 608-346-3144 In a Bankruptcy and
1998 BMW 318ti, hatch
back, 2DR, 122K, $3,100
OBO. 608-362-7693 Need a Car Loan?
1998 BUICK LESABRE,
83K, Texas car, 25+ mpg,
great shape, $4,995 OBO
608-362-4460 Contact Curtis
1998 CHEVY PRISM,
121K, new brakes, runs
good $2,000 OBO
1999 BUICK REGAL RS,
60K, good condition, CD
Kunes Country Auto Group
player, leather seats. • Open bankruptcy or discharged
• All deals worked with little
2004 DODGE Stratus R/T
with auto stick, fully load- or no money down
ed, moonroof, $8,000,
OBO, 262-742-2021 • All makes and models available
2005 FORD FOCUS ZX4
• Current auto loan
SES Sedan 4Door. 58K - not sure how to handle it.
Sun Roof, Gray $8,250.
262-245-1726 Give us a call.
2007 COBALT LT, 4cyl,
auto, remote start, ABS & We handle open Chapter 7
traction control make this
an ideal winter car. $9,995
and 13. We have a proven
OBO. 262-903-6508 track record of getting loans
No Credit Poor Credit for people in bankruptcy.
Need a car? Call Mr. Ray
608-676-2273 Our special finance
department has been * Tax, title & license extra
helping bankruptcy clients
1995 CHEVY SUBURBAN for over 2 years.
1500 LS, 4x4, 3rd seat,
rear heat, 90K, excellent 92103
608-752-4927 800-749-0701 89290
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horses for a total of 295 with the assistance
of a larger 3.5-liter V6 (3.3 liters for the
2009) that functions in combination with its
fuel-saving electric propulsion system.
IT’S WHO AM I?
HISTORY To guess his secret identity, read the following clues!
1) He was once Chevrolet’s chief engineer (beginning in May, 1952) and was
★ Various cartoon responsible for pushing the original Corvette into production.
characters have been used in auto adver- 2) He was heavily involved in advancing vehicle safety at General Motors and
tisements including Tom and Jerry (Ford), was an advocate of airbags.
Tweety and Sylvester (Citroen) and the 3) He also put Chevrolet on the race track in the late 1950s with a win-on-
gang from Peanuts (Ford again).
DRAWING BOARD Sunday, sell-on-Monday philosophy.
4) He eventually left GM with plans of opening an air-cargo business, but died
2010 Lexus RX 350/450h: Although similar to the 2009 ★ The 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham in a light-plane crash (1977).
versions, both the RX 350 and its gas-electric 450h hybrid was equipped with numerous highly ad-
relation are slightly longer and wider and each is also vanced features for its day, including a
more powerful. The RX 350’s 3.5-liter V6 delivers 275 stainless-steel roof, dual-zone climate con- WHAT’S UP, AUTO DOC?
horsepower (up from 270) using a new six-speed auto- trol, power front seats with memory func- Out of sight and out of mind. While you know to change the oil, air and fuel filters
matic transmission. The new 450h puts out 27 more tion and a self-leveling air-ride suspension. at the required regular intervals, there’s one that’s often forgotten: the cabin filter.
That’s right, most newer cars have a cabin filter that cleans the air entering the
vehicle through the ventilation system, removing particulate from the air
such as dust and pollen. Depending on the design, the filter can also
clean recirculated air from the cabin. A lack of airflow through the
vents is sign of a clogged or sluggish filter, but the only sure way to
know is to take it out and have a look (at the recommended inter-
val: check the owner’s man-
ual or call your dealer).
Cabin filters can be pricey, so STILL STUMPED?
Corvette Hall of Fame.
you’ll want to be sure you’re was inducted into the
not needlessly replacing it. But, if it’s ques- Chevrolet. In 1998, he
tionable, or you’re not sure when it was neering staff at
last replaced, take the plunge, buy a new ship, GM tripled the engi-
unit and mark on the calendar when its Under Ed Coleʼs leader-
performance should be reviewed.
2007-1986 Model Vehicles
20 plus cars/trucks must go! Wanted to buy
No reasonable offers refused Erickson's will pay top
prices for autos & scrap
Final day of business: Dec. 31, 2008 metal. 815-389-1611
Call or stop by–
HILLTOP AUTO SALES
732 Dearborn, South Beloit, IL 1978 FORD F-150, 4x4,
800-749-0701 (815) 389-0935 4 speed, $300 OBO.
1986 DODGE pickup, top-
per, V8, hitch, auto, $400
Symdon Smart Drive
1988 CHEVY ½ ton, auto,
V8, 4x4, 8' bed, cap,
109,000 miles, no rust or
dents, 7'6” plow, $3,995.
he Righ y ment! 1-866-796-3667
2004 CHEVY SILVERA-
DO, V6, auto, air, bedliner
& cover, new 18” tires &
Toll Free Pre-Approval Hotline!
ight Pa !
wheels, very nice, $6,995
The R t Now $236
2004 FORD RANGER
FX4 Level II ext. cab, 4x4,
loaded, Ziebart. 58K,
2008 Chevy per month
per month 2005 BUICK TERRAZA
CXL, 49,000, loaded,
DVD, leather, satellite ra-
2008 Pontiac G6 dio, power everything,
new tires, remote start,
$12,999 OBO. 608-368-
Stock #38117 $287* Stock #38081
$219 * 2008 Chevy
GO CART, Crossfire 150,
2-seater & roll bar. 1 yr
old, ½ price. A-1. $1,000.
Stock #38130 What a Deal!
Credit Problems? We Can Help! $199* 1977 HONDA CB750K,
Clean, runs good. $1,200
per month OBO. 262-745-2078
Shop us online 24/7 www.symdon.com
1996 YAMAHA 600
garaged, low miles, extras,
excellent condiiton $1,500
Hours: Stock #38142
CREDIT PRE-APPROVAL HOTLINE Monday 8-8,
866-796-3667 Tue. & Wed. 8-5:30,
WANTED TO BUY
Friday 8-5:30, 2002-2006
608-882-4803 • Hwy. 14, Evansville
Polaris or Arctic Cat
Saturday 8-3 500-700cc,
under 2000 miles
*72 month financing at 6.99% to approved credit. Sale price. Tax, title, and license fees extra. 89179
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We are so grateful to have
such good customers like
you. We look forward to
working with you again
and wish you a very
Merry Holiday Season
with the best of friends.
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Used Batteries $10, $15 & $20
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4917 Prairie Hill Road, South Beloit, IL 61080
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