'TIS THE SEASON by yaofenjin



                                                                                                                                                       November 23, 2008

                            COVER STORY

Newly opened
                            ’TIS THE SEASON?                                                                                                               Holiday spending,
Janesville salon aims
                            Despite economy,                                                                                                               by the numbers
to be best in industry      retailers hope for                                                                                                             ■ The National Retail
                                                                                                                                                           Federation forecasts a 2.2
PAGE 4                      strong holiday sales                                                                                                           percent increase in holiday
                                                                                                                                                           sales, which would be the
                              BY SARAH ZELLER                                                                                                              smallest since 2002 and
                              STAFF WRITER                                                                                                                 half of 10-year average.

                                                                                                                                                           ■ Total sales are expected
                                    ANESVILLE — As the holi-
                                    days approach, area retailers                                                                                          to be $470.4 billion.
                                    are hoping for a solid sales                                                                                           ■ More than half of online
                                    season, despite the slumping
                                                                                                                                                           retailers expect holiday
                               “I’m anticipating (sales) are going                                                                                         sales to grow 15 percent
                            to be good — they have been so far,”                                                                                           over last year; however, 78
                            said Tami Dosch, owner of Red                                                                                                  percent of retailers surveyed
                            Rooster gift store in Milton.                                                                                                  in 2007 expected sales to
                               But there still is some uncertain-
                                                                                                                                                           grow more than 15 percent.
                               “We never know, especially now,                                                                                             ■ The average American
PA G E 8                    what’s going to happen,” said Gayle
                                                                                                                                                           will spend $832 on gifts
                            Bickle, owner of Fudglie’s candy
                            and gift store in Janesville. “It’s                                                                                            and other holiday spending,
INITIATIVE                  hard to predict.”                                                                                                              up $15 from last year.
Program helps area             But officials at Blain’s Farm and
                                                                                                                                                           ■ The average American
                            Fleet, which will open its Janesville
fathers reconnect           store at 6 a.m. Friday — known as                                                                                              will spend $466 on gifts for
                            Black Friday — said business is                                                                                                family members, down $3
with their children         better than ever.                                                                                                              from last year.
                               “In the past, when the economy is
                            down, our business does well
                                                                     Sarah Zeller/staff                                                                    ■ 40 percent of consumers
                            because customers realize they’re        Kate Ruppe of Milton shops for toys Tuesday at Blain’s Farm and Fleet. The            began their holiday shop-
                            able to stretch their dollar because     Janesville-based retail chain will open its stores at 6 a.m. Friday, also known
                                                                                                                                                           ping before Halloween; 39
                            of our strong value,” spokeswoman        as Black Friday.
                                                                                                                                                           percent planned to begin
                            Renee Tarnutzer said. “Blain’s
                            Farm and Fleet really is bucking            “I think that with some of the         on is making our quality, hand-             shopping in November,
                            the trend; our business is up and        changes that are going on, there          dipped goodies that people can’t get        while 17 percent will wait
                            we intend it to stay that way.”          might be more of an emphasis from         anywhere else,” she said. “They             until early December.
                               But mom-and-pop stores might          consumers ... toward local shop-          can’t just go to Wal-Mart or Target
                            benefit from the economic condi-         ping,” she said. “Buying local gifts      or the mall and get the same                ■ The average consumer
                            tions, as well.                          and supporting the local community        thing.”                                     plans to spend $120 on
                               Milton Area Chamber of                is really important. That might be          Smaller retailers, who often can’t        themselves this holiday sea-
                            Commerce, Industry and Tourism           more of what they’re looking for as       afford to offer customers the deep          son.
                            Executive Director Christina             consumers this year.”                     discounts offered at big-box stores,
                            Slaback expects many shoppers to            Bickle is hoping to take advan-        must attract consumers in other             Source: National Retail
SPORTS                      stay closer to home when buying          tage of such a situation.                                                             Federation
                            gifts this year.                            “What we’ve really concentrated        See Sales, page 2
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    MESSENGER ■ Sunday, November 23, 2008
                                                                            communityshoppers.com                                                                                               NEWS
IN BRIEF                                                                                                         I think the most important
■ Superintendent search:
                               The Messenger is ...                                                           issue in the Janesville area is:
                                                                                                              The economy.
                                                                                                                 If I could change one thing: A
The Janesville School
 Board has chosen
 Glenview, Ill.-based
 Hazard, Young, Attea &
 Associates to conduct
                               People you know                                                                wish for the world would be to be
                                                                                                              able to have a high standard of liv-
                                                                                                              ing for all, and yet live sustainably
                                                                                                              on an Earth beloved for its natural
 the search to replace dis-       Name: Kim Kostka McKay.            Yoakam, Fleet Foxes, Dar Williams           Peak experience: The births of
 trict Superintendent Tom         Age: 43.                           and Sufjan Stevens.                      my girls.
 Evert, who will retire in        Hometown/residence: Born in          Favorite movies: “Wings of                Pit experience: My dad’s last
 June. The board voted         Chicago; I have lived in Janesville   Desire” and “Monsters, Inc.”             illness and death, and any time my
 Monday to pay up to           for 15 years.                           Favorite books: “The Eyre              children are sick.
 $26,000 for the services.        Occupation/civic member-           Affair” by Jasper Fforde, “Lamb”            If I could sit down to supper
 Consultants will meet         ships: Chemistry professor for the    by Christopher Moore, “The               with anyone, living, dead or fic-
 with the board and com-       University of Wisconsin-Rock          Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos            tional? Eleanor Roosevelt.
 munity members next           County; member of the YWCA Rock       Ruiz Zafon and translated by Lucia          Most people don’t know I:                           K IM K OSTKA M C K AY
 month for input. Board        County Board.                         Graves, and “One Hundred Years of        Was the first balloon girl at the
 President DuWayne                Family: Husband David McKay,       Solitude” by Gabriel Garcia              Brookfield Zoo in suburban                             music.
 Severson said he expects      daughters Tabitha, 8, and Lauren,     Marquez.                                 Chicago.                                                 Motto, inspiration or favorite
 the search to move            6.                                      Favorite vacation place: The              I can’t stand: Intolerance                          quote: Our family motto is, “We do
 quickly. “The goal is to         Favorite food: Cherry Garcia       Rockies.                                 (which is an ironic response to this                   odd things for odd reasons,” which
 have the entire process       ice cream from Ben & Jerry’s.           In my spare time I: Take my            particular item).                                      sounds even cooler in Latin: “Nos
 done by March,” he said.         Favorite music: Dwight             kids on arts-and-crafts adventures.         I wish I knew how to: Play                          operor odd res pro odd causa.”
 Community members,
 district employees and

                               ■ SALES
 board members each will
 have a chance to inter-
 view candidates. The dis-                                            National sales could see smallest increase in years
 trict expects to cut some     Continued from page 1                     BY LYNN VOLLBRECHT
 costs by working with
                                                                         STAFF WRITER
 Studer Group, a consult-      ways.
 ing firm founded by for-        “It’s hard to compete with the
                                                                         JANESVILLE — While local
 mer Janesville resident       big-box stores when it comes to
                                                                      merchants show good cheer head-
 Quint Studer.                 that,” Dosch said. “I don’t have
                                                                      ing into the holiday shopping sea-                                                                                            Sarah
                               that deep of pockets.”
                                                                      son, things are not looking rosy
ROCK COUNTY                      Her store is one of 12 Milton-
                               area businesses participating in                                                                                                                                     staff
■ County to receive grants:                                              The National Retail Federation,                                                                                            Kimberly
                               the Dec. 5-7 Holiday Shop Hop.
Rock County will receive                                              a trade association that reports                                                                                              Restivo,
                                 The event coincides with
 one of 56 state and fed-                                             national trends in retail sales,
                               MACCIT’s annual Christmas                                                                                                                                            kitchen
 eral grants totaling $6.8                                            forecasts a modest 2.2 percent
                               Walk, scheduled for Dec 7.                                                                                                                                           manager
 million. The money will                                              increase in holiday spending this
                                 “We do whatever we can to try                                                                                                                                      at
 be used over the next                                                year. If that is accurate, sales
                               to draw people into town for those                                                                                                                                   Fudglie’s
 two years to buy special-                                            growth this season will be half the
                               special events,” Dosch said.                                                                                                                                         in
 ized transit-service vehi-                                           10-year average.
                                 Fudglie’s has found success
 cles to help the elderly                                                That forecast comes after a diffi-                                                                                         Janesville,
                               focusing on customer service and
 and disabled. The county                                             cult fall. Retail-industry sales                                                                                              weighs
                               selling unique products.
 will receive $35,000 this                                            dipped .5 percent from September                                                                                              fudge
                                 “That makes a difference,”
 year and $39,700 next                                                to October, and decreased 1.3 per-                                                                                            Tuesday at
                               Bickle said.
 year; the county plans to                                            cent from October 2007.
                               “And people                                                                                                                                                          the store.
 buy two seven-passenger                                                 Since June, according to the fed-
                               want something
 mini-buses. Grant recipi-                                            eration, consumers have focused         culprit.                                              percent were finished.
 ents must provide a 20                                               on first buying necessities.               “As expected, consumers went                          Those in the retail industry
 percent local match.                                                    “As economic uncertainty went        into hibernation as the full scope                    have their eye on Black Friday,
                               expects many
 “This federal, state and                                             from bad to worse, shoppers pulled      of the financial crisis took hold in                  the day after Thanksgiving, which
                               shoppers to
 local partnership pro-                                               back on everything but the basics       October,” a federation press                          traditionally is the biggest shop-
                               spend less on
 vides essential trans-                                               to weather the storm,” said             release states.                                       ping day of the year.
                               gifts this year.    Slaback
 portation services that                                              Rosalind Wells, the federation’s           However, there is hope for bet-                       “If consumers have been waiting
                                 “I think that
 greatly enhance the qual-                                            chief economist.                        ter things to come, given that                        for the best deals possible, their
                               there’s going to be maybe some
 ity of life for our elderly                                             In August, the NRF reported          most consumers have not complet-                      wait is over,” said Phil Rist, execu-
                               more budgeting ... with the econo-
 and disabled citizens,”                                              “weak” national sales; by               ed their Christmas shopping.                          tive vice president of strategic ini-
                               my being a little uncertain,” she
 Gov. Jim Doyle said in a                                             September, sales were classified as        According to NRF’s 2008                            tiatives at BIGresearch, a con-
                               said. “They might be cutting down
 news release. “And, it                                               “sluggish.” The October report,         Holiday Consumer Intentions and                       sumer research firm. “... Shoppers
                               on some of their more extravagant
                                                                      released earlier this month, down-      Actions Survey, 72 percent of con-                    may find the bargains too good to
 represents another exam-      purchases.”
                                                                      graded sales activity further, to       sumers had completed less than                        pass up, and will treat themselves
 ple of our ongoing efforts      Dosch agreed.
                                                                      “frozen,” with a staggering econo-      10 percent of their holiday shop-                     to something they’ve had their eye
 to support public safety        “I think people will still spend,
                                                                      my, beset by the credit crisis, the     ping as of Monday, and only 2.2                       on for months.”
 and economic growth           but I don’t think they’re going to
 through strategic invest-     be getting those big-ticket items,”
 ments in our comprehen-       she said.                             Friday.                                  they’ll come here later. It’s typi-                    at her shop, Dosch said.
 sive transportation sys-        Because most big-box stores            “I see most people come out           cally a good day.”                                       “I always offer hot apple cider
 tem.”                         hold sales during the early-morn-     later in the afternoon to shops             Shoppers who have waited in                         and goodies,” she said. “Special
                               ing hours, smaller businesses gen-    like mine,” Dosch said. “They’ll         lines and fought crowds earlier in                     customer service is going to be
■ Two involved in shooting:    erally see a later crowd on Black     hit all the big stuff, and then          the day will find a bit of serenity                    one of the biggest differences.”
A rural Orfordville man
 was injured Nov. 16 dur-
 ing what police believe
 was an accidental shoot-                                                                                                                                                          A
 ing. The 39-year-old man
 allegedly was shot by a                                                                                                                                                           Publication
 29-year-old rural
                                                                                                                 1506 Creston Park Drive, Janesville, WI 53545              OFFICE HOURS:
 Brodhead resident inside
 a vehicle near 6002 S.                                                                                          (608) 752-0777                                             Monday-Friday:
 Holden Road. Police said                                                                                        Online: www.communityshoppers.com                          8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 both men had earlier vis-                                                                                                                                                  DEADLINES:
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 Orfordville man was
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                                                                                                                                                                            during holiday weeks. The Messenger
 operating a motor vehicle                                                                                       Managing editor . . . . . . . . . Bruce Heisel             reserves the right to reject or edit any
 while intoxicated, being a                                                                                                                                                 advertisement at any time. The Messenger
 felon in possession of a                                                                                        Associate editor . . . . . . . . . Eric Kuznacic           is published by CSI Media, LLC, of
 firearm and endangering                                                                                                                                                    Delavan, Wis., which also publishes the
                                                                                                                 Associate editor . . . . . . . . . Dan Plutchak            Stateline News, Stateline Shopping News,
 safety while intoxicated;                                                                                                                                                  Shopper Advertiser and Walworth County
 he had not been charged                                                                                         Circulation manager . . . . . . Ken Curtis                 Sunday
 as of press time. The
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                           T RACY D OUGLAS                                 IN       THE          SPOTLIGHT
                           MARKETING MATTERS

                                                                           Hair’s looking at you, kid
Understanding                                                                                                                                                             New salon aims to
                                                                                                                                                                          be the best in the biz
buyers can lead                                                                                                                                                              Business name: Bliss Hair Studio.

to future sales
                                                                                                                                                                             Owner: Beth Krueger.
                                                                                                                                                                             Address: 2016 W. Court St., Janesville.
                                                                                                                                                                             Phone: (608) 921-6288.
                                                                                                                                                                             Hours: By appointment, Monday
   In past columns, we’ve covered the impor-                                                                                                                              through Saturday.
tance of benefit-rich copy as opposed to feature-                                                                                                                            Type of business: Cosmetology.
based copy, so let’s look at how to boost your                                                                                                                               When business opened: Nov. 8.
copy’s effectiveness by thoroughly understand-                                                                                                                               Why did you start this business? I
ing your prospect.                                                                                                                                                        always have thought about having a place
   The first step is to create an accurate buyer’s                                                                                                                        of my own, and this fantastic business
profile for your product or service. This profile,                                                                                                                        opportunity made it possible.
or “picture,” should include the basics of statis-                                                                                                                           How did you initially get into this
tical data — namely average age, sex and                                                                                                                                  business? My mom is a cosmetologist,
address.                                                                                                                                                                  and I grew up working with her in the
   To better round out the picture, collect infor-                                                                                                                        salon. I always have enjoyed working
mation such as net worth, income and, perhaps,                                                                                                                            with people and making them feel good
views on subjects relevant to what you’re offer-                                                                                                                                                    about them-
ing. One easy way to get these kinds of facts is                                                                                                                                                    selves.
by conducting a customer survey.                                                                                                                                           The Particulars             What types of
   If you have regular clients or customers,                                                                                                                                                        products or
another important element of your profile
                                                                                                                                                                            Bliss Hair Studio services does
should include a description of your buyer’s                                                                                                                                ■ 2016 W. Court St.,    your business
spending habits. What does he buy? How often?                                                                                                                               Janesville              offer? I offer
How much does he spend?                                                                                                                                                     ■ 921-6288              hair coloring for
   By gathering all this information, you’ll be                                                                                                                                                     men and women,
able to use it to accomplish two very important                                                                                                                             ■ By appointment,       using
                               goals. One, you’ve                                                                                                                           Mon-Sat                 Schwarzkopf hair
                               got to capture his                                                                                                                                                   color. The
    She said it:               interest immediate-                                                                                                                        Schwarzkopf line consists of shampoo,
   Your buyer needs to ly. And, second, you                                                                                                                               conditioner and styling products. I also
                               have to maintain it.                                                                                                                       carry the Pureology line — a vegan,
   look at your                   You can grab                                                                                                                            organic color-conserving product line that
   marketing vehicle           attention by saying                                                                                                                        also has shampoo, conditioner and styling
   and immediately             something that                                                                                                                             products — as well as American Crew,
                               instantly conveys                                                                                                                          which is a men’s hair-care line.
   think, ‘Hey, this           that your message                                                                                                                             I offer haircuts for men, women and
   interests me.’              is of paramount                                                                                                                            children, as well as conditioning treat-
                               importance. Your                                                                                                                           ments, facial waxing and updos.
buyer needs to look at your marketing vehicle                                                                                                                                What is the biggest challenge you
and immediately think, “Hey, this interests                                                                                                                               face in your business? Getting every-
me.” To keep his attention, provide new and                                                                                                                               thing to come together and get the busi-
interesting information that directly benefits                                                                                                                            ness running.
him.                                                                                                                                                                         What aspect of your business do
   The most important idea I would like to share                                                                                                                          you enjoy the most? I love the friend-
with you today is truly powerful copy is explor-                                                                                                                          ships that I have formed with my clients.
ing, stimulating, or provoking your prospect or                                                                                                                              From what cities do the majority of
customer’s most ardent desires, fears, hopes and                                                                                                                          your customers come? I have clients
dreams. To do this effectively, know as much as                                                                                                                           from Evansville, Edgerton, Milton, Beloit,
possible about your target buyer.                                                                                                                                         Janesville and Orfordville.
   Let’s consider the statistical data I mentioned                                                                                                                           What are your future plans for the
as the “body” of your target buyer; to fully ani-                          Sarah Zeller/staff                                                                             business? I plan to stay educated on the
mate the picture, let’s look at his “soul” or per-                         Beth Krueger, owner of Bliss Hair Studio, poses in her Janesville salon. The                   latest trends in hair-coloring and hair-
sonality.                                                                  business offers a variety of hair-care products, as well as haircuts and coloring              cuts, so that I can be the best in the
   There are three dimensions of personality we                            treatments.                                                                                    industry.
can identify that will help you build a three-
dimensional image, one that will let you create
marketing messages that speak straight to the
heart of your prospect.
   The first dimension encompasses wants. The
most powerful basis of any buying decision is
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                                                                                                                                                                              year-round peace of mind. The class is
                                                                                                                                                                              free. For more information, or to register,
                                                                                                                           and Visitors Bureaus at the group’s annual         call (608) 884-1489 or visit
desire. Most of the time, when people say, “I                              ■ Neurologist joins Mercy staff:                convention in Wisconsin Dells. The JACVB           www.edgertonhospital.com.
really need that,” the true underlying motive is,                          Neurologist Dr. Seema                           received the award for its creation of a
“I really want that.” Determine what your                                   Kumar has joined the                           cooperative marketing position, currently         ■ Financial adviser to host open house:
buyer’s primary desires are in terms of what                                staff at the Mercy                             held by Susan Melton. The position is             Financial adviser David L. Messing will host
you’re offering. More free time? More money? A                              Institute of                                   shared among the bureau, Rotary                    a holiday open house from noon to 6 p.m.
more exciting love life?                                                    Neuroscience in                                Botanical Gardens, the Janesville                  Dec. 5 at his office, located at 2020 E.
   Next, consider his emotional state. How does                             Janesville. She also                           Performing Arts Center and the Rock                Milwaukee St., Janesville. Attendees are
he usually feel on a day-to-day basis? What                                 will work at the Mercy                         County Historical Society/Lincoln-Tallman          encouraged to bring nonperishable food
makes him worry? What brings him joy?                                       Walworth Hospital and                          House, and is an effort to leverage finan-         items to donate to Rock County Human
Remember, your prospect is a living, breathing                              Medical Center in Lake
                                                                                                      Kumar                cial and creative resources. “The main             Services and the Janesville School
person, and like all of us, probably has two or                             Geneva. Kumar has                              objective for creating the partnership was         District’s breakfast clubs. Donations also
three emotional responses to whatever product                               extensive training and experience in diag-     to make high-quality marketing services            may be dropped off after the open house
or service you’re offering. Your task is to identi-                         nosing and treating a full range of nervous    affordable to small tourism businesses,”           through Dec. 12. For more information,
fy these emotions and ensure your marketing
                                                                            system disorders, including diseases of the    said JACVB Executive Director Christine            call (608) 741-1778.
message speaks to each of them.
                                                                            brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.        Rebout. The position is funded by the par-
   Finally, take your prospects’ beliefs into
                                                                            She received a medical degree at Dayanad       ticipating entities and a marketing grant         ■ Former Beloit officer joins Markley:
account. By understanding their implicit
                                                                            Medical College of Ludhiana in Punjab,         from the JACVB.                                   Donald J. Tinder recently joined Beloit-based
beliefs, you’ll speak in a way that your reader
                                                                            India, and completed a neurology residen-                                                         Markley Investigations as an investigator.
will recognize as sensible and true, thus inject-
                                                                            cy at the University of Mississippi Medical   ■ Hospital, counseling service to host class:       Tinder, a 28-year veteran of the Beloit
ing your copy with authenticity and trustwor-
                                                                            Center in Jackson, Miss. She then complet-    Edgerton Hospital and Health Services and           Police Department, has served as a detec-
   By understanding who your buyer is and how
                                                                            ed an epilepsy fellowship at University of     the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of          tive, detective sergeant and captain of
he operates, you can craft copy to keep you “top
                                                                            Michigan Health Systems in Ann Arbor. For      Rock County will host Surviving the                detectives. He will work on civil and crimi-
of mind,” so when he’s ready to buy, you are                                more information, or to make an appoint-       Holidaze, a class on holiday budgeting,            nal cases. Markley Investigations serves
inevitably the person he’ll turn to.                                        ment, call (608) 756-6826.                     from noon to 1 p.m. Monday at the hospi-           attorneys, insurance companies, business-
                                                                                                                           tal, located at 313 Stoughton Road,                es and private individuals in southern
   Editor’s note: Tracy Douglas, of Janesville, is a marketing copy spe-
                                                                           ■ JACVB wins statewide award:                   Edgerton. Credit-counseling professionals          Wisconsin and northern Illinois. For more
cialist and co-owner of The Write Call. She can be reached at              The Janesville Area Convention and Visitors     will provide tips on how to budget wisely          information, call (608) 361-1520 or visit
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                                                                                              communityshoppers.com                                  MESSENGER ■                   Sunday, November 23, 2008                    5

TURKEY TIME! Pests may have moved
Will it be stuffing                                                 LYNN G REENE
or dressing?        indoors with houseplants                        LYNN’S PLACE

    It’s turkey time again. I hope                                                                                                                    product. For the best control, the product you
you have one ready to go. If it’s                                                                               L IS F RIEMOTH                        choose must be appropriate for the overall situa-
frozen, you need at least three         Bake in a 250 F oven for about                                                                                tion.
days in the refrigerator to thaw        20 minutes or until lightly                                             THE GARDEN HOE
it.                                     browned.
    Even if you don’t eat turkey,
you probably like the stuffing —
                                          Turn the oven off and let the
                                        cubes dry for a time inside the
                                                                                                                                                      What are they?
or dressing — that goes with it. I      oven. Remove them from the                                                                                       Insects that frequently attack existing house-
like to add things to my stuffing:      oven, let cool, and package in                           Most gardeners, at some point in their lives,        plants, or those brought indoors, are aphids,
walnuts, dried cranberries,             Ziplock bags and store in freezer                     will bring plants indoors for a winter vacation.        fungus gnats, mealybugs, scale and spider
giblets or apples. There are a lot      until needed. Whenever I have                         It’s good for some of the plants, and good for the      mites.
of things that work well, so don’t      bread that’s getting old, I try to                    health of the home occupants.                              Aphids are soft-bodied and somewhat translu-
confine yourself to white bread         cut it up and freeze it before I                         Remember, though, that whatever was on               cent in anything from whitish-yellow to light
cubes.                                  bake it. The dry cubes can be                         them outside travels with them inside. No mat-          green or brown. Populations grow rapidly and
    What I like best about              stored in a Tupperware contain-                       ter how diligent you are, there always will be          can produce a new generation each month if
Thanksgiving cooking is the             er for up to a week in the cup-                       hearty bugs that will try to thwart you at every        conditions are favorable.
wonderful aroma of homemade             board.                                                turn.                                                      They love succulent tissue, so watch your
bread, sweet potatoes, pumpkin                                                                   Before frustration gets the better of you —          plants as they begin to expand with new stems
and stuffing wafting through the                                                              and before you grab the heavy-duty outdoor              and leaves. They are easy to remove. Try a
air. Notice, I didn’t mention the       Traditional stuffing                                  insecticide and/or fungicide — keep reading;            stream of water or cover well with insecticidal
turkey. That’s because the                                                                    we’ll attack them together in a sane fashion.
turkey isn’t even necessary —                                                                    First, if you didn’t do simple plant cleanup, do        Fungus gnats are short-lived, going from egg
                                           — Makes approximately 12                                                                                   to death in about a month. The adult only lives
it’s only there to hold the stuff-                                                            it now. Shower plants under a gentle stream of
                                        cups of prepared stuffing, which                                                                              for a week, but lays a hundred or more eggs in
ing!                                                                                          room-temperature water (shower or hose) for
                                        is enough for a 15-pound turkey.                                                                              that time. And although we are annoyed when
    I think the great thing about                                                             about 10 minutes, allowing the water to run
                     stuffing is                                                              through the soil. This will rinse out excess fer-       they’re in the flying stage, they do more damage
                                         10 cups of dried bread cubes                                                                                 as developing larvae. Eggs are laid in damp soil,
     ‘I much         that it tastes
                                         1/2 cup butter                                       tilizers/salts and small insect eggs/larvae. After
                     so, so .... com-                                                         rinsing, allow the container to drain, and move         hatch and diligently feed on plant roots. If num-
     prefer                              1 cup onion, chopped fine,                                                                                   bers are kept in check, damage is as well.
                     forting. I’d be                                                          it to a suitable location with light and moisture
     stuffing.                           optional                                                                                                        Allowing the soil surface to dry before water-
                     hard-pressed                                                             at adequate levels for each individual plant.
                                         1-1/2 cup celery, chopped fine,                                                                              ing will help interrupt the egg hatch and create
     It tastes       to think of a
                     more essential                                                                                                                   an unsuitable situation for successful egg lay-
     better                              1/2 cup milk or water
                     comfort food.
                                         1/2 cup chicken broth or                             Control techniques                                      ing. Adding a thin layer of sanitized sand (200
                                                                                                                                                      F for 20 minutes) to the surface also will aid
                        Today, even
                                        water                                                    Cultural control is the first move in plant          control.
     it’s            stuffing has
                                         3 large eggs                                         health care. Healthy plants in an appropriate
                     become con-                                                                                                                         Mealybugs are another common pest in the
     cooked                              1 Tbsp. dried sage, crushed                          growing environment will have a good chance of          home and have the appearance of fuzzy cotton
                     troversial, as
     inside or                           1 Tbsp. dried thyme, crushed                         naturally warding off invasion from either pests        stuck to plant parts. They are actually the unar-
                     though we
                                         3 Tbsp. dried parsley, crushed                       or diseases. Choose a location for light and            mored members of the scale family. The fuzz
     on top of       don’t have
                                         1/2 tsp. ground rosemary                             humidity that is consistent with what each
                     anything more                                                                                                                    that surrounds them is a waxy substance that
     the other                                                                                plant can adapt to. Water only as needed — not          protects the body of the bug from temperature
                     important to
     food                                  Saute the onion and celery in                      because you want to.                                    and moisture extremes.
                     worry about.
                                        butter in a fry pan until tender.                        If you are unsure how often you should water,           These critters will travel about, and literally
     container.’ First, there’s a       Remove from heat and let cool                         use your finger to determine moisture depth.
                     matter of defi-                                                                                                                  suck the life out of the plant material. A stylet
                                        slightly. Add remaining ingredi-                      Most plants should be dry in the upper half-inch        (mouth tube) is inserted into the tissue for suck-
nition. Stuffing is what you put
                                        ents, using more milk or water,                       of soil before you water. To encourage good,            ing out plant juice. Treat by removing the whole
inside a turkey or other piece of
                                        if necessary, to make a moist                         deep-root development, water deeply each time,          waxy mess with a soft cloth or cover completely
meat or vegetable. Vegetarians
                                        dressing. Let cool before stuffing                    don’t just dribble a bit over the soil. Use enough      with an insecticidal soap and then wipe or wash
can easily use the same stuffing
                                        your meat or vegetable.                               water so that it runs out the bottom. Let the           away.
recipe and stuff an acorn squash.
                                                                                              plant soak up as much as it can in about 10                Scale insects (the armored ones) are some of
Dressing is what you make when
                                          Variation 1: Add to one batch                       minutes. Then dump out or remove any excess             my favorites, because they can be quite chal-
the same recipe is cooked outside
                                        traditional stuffing: 2/3 cup                         water in the drain tray. Do not leave water sit-        lenging to control. There are hundreds of species
of the turkey or vegetable.
                                        raisins and 1 cup coarsely                            ting around the roots. That will encourage root         and many will cause lots of damage if not kept
    I much prefer stuffing. It
                                        chopped walnuts.                                      rot.                                                    under control. It is common to see multiple gen-
tastes better because it’s cooked
                                          Variation 2: Add to one batch                                                                               erations per year, and they are difficult to man-
inside or on top of the other food
                                        traditional stuffing: 2 cups                                                                                  age if attempts are not properly timed or prod-
container. I like mine moist and
soft — no crispy edges. I hate
                                        sauteed mushroom slices and 1                         Noncultural treatments                                  ucts are poorly chosen and/or inappropriately
                                        9-oz. can of drained and chopped                                                                              applied.
crispy edges.                                                                                    Common, and relatively safe, noncultural
                                        water chestnuts.                                                                                                 Most often, scale is seen as a stationary,
    If you have vegetarians com-                                                              treatments include horticultural oil, insecticidal
                                          Variation 3: Add to one batch                                                                               small, rounded mound on branches, leaves and
ing to dinner, make both. Stuff                                                               soap, isopropyl alcohol, and plain water.
                                        traditional stuffing: 1 cup                                                                                   stems. Where they locate doesn’t matter much
the turkey and bake the rest of                                                               Contrary to popular garden lore, you should not
                                        chopped dried apricots, 1 cup                                                                                 to them as long as the growth is succulent.
the dressing in a greased oven-                                                               use cooking oil of any kind — no household
                                        craisins, and 1 cup pecans.                                                                                      Cultural control of any infestation is hand-
proof dish. Also, remember that                                                               lubricating oil, nor any other type of nonhorti-
you should not use chicken stock                                                              cultural product.                                       picking. You can use insecticidal soap on them
                                                                                                                                                      during the crawler stage, but it is relatively
or flavoring (or giblets, of course)
if you are making a vegetarian
                                        Sausage and apple                                        Insecticidal soap is made specifically for insect
                                                                                              control, and contains surfactants most suitable         ineffective once they are under the armored cov-
                                                                                                                                                      ering. Horticultural oil can be somewhat effec-
    Do not stuff a cold turkey with
                                        stuffing                                              for removing an insect’s protective layer/coating.
                                                                                              The removal of the coating causes an internal           tive in suffocating them, but control is best
hot stuffing. That causes the                                                                 disruption to the insect’s system. The result is        accomplished during the crawler stage. They
inside of the turkey to heat up to        — Makes 6 cups of prepared                          paralysis and death. Using a home recipe that           don’t move about easily, so once you get them off
a dangerous temperature — one           stuffing, so double the recipe for                    does not include soaps specifically formulated          of the plant, disposal is relatively easy.
that can breed bacteria.                a 15-pound turkey.                                    for insect control will make you feel useful as            Spider mites are easy to identify. They love
    The solution is simple and                                                                you work away, but it also may cause serious            areas with hot, dry conditions. And once the
obvious. Prepare the stuffing the          5 cups of dried bread cubes                        plant-tissue damage and probably will only              populations are growing and reproducing, you
day before. Here are a couple of           1/2 lb. Italian sausage, bulk                      wash the insects, not control them.                     will see webbing, especially around the areas
recipes to use if you want to              1/2 cup onion, chopped fine                           Isopropyl alcohol can be somewhat effective          where the stems connect. Routine checking will
make changes to your own                   2 apples, chopped in 1/2 inch                      when used on thick-leaf plants, in small                help you catch them before the numbers get too
favorite recipe.                           pieces                                             amounts, and on small areas. Serious tissue             great. How?
    Remember, Thanksgiving is a            1/2 cup apple juice or water                       damage can be a result of frequent use, or when            Just place a clean white sheet of paper under
day for tradition, but sometimes           1/2 tsp. dried sage                                applied on thin or delicate plant material.             the leaves and gently tap to dislodge any loose
little changes are good.                   1 tsp. dried thyme                                    The effect of alcohol is not a physical drying of    material. If any of the specks move on their
    These recipes call for dried           1 Tbsp. dried parsley                              the insect as many believe; it induces a bio-           own, it’s probably spider mites.
bread cubes. They are easy to              1/2 cup raisins or craisins,                       chemical shutdown of the insect’s system. The              For control of mites, try a stream of water
make. Use any variety of white             optional                                           problem is that it doesn’t always work complete-        (they don’t like moist conditions and are easily
bread, such as French, Italian or                                                             ly, and you may be left with insects that limp          dislodged) or insecticidal soap. They are not
egg bread. Some lighter versions           Saute the Italian sausage and                      along rather than die.                                  really insects but this effectively suffocates
of whole wheat bread work well,         onion in a fry pan until sausage                         Water should not be overlooked as an effective       them.
too. A combination is even better.      is cooked. Add remaining ingre-                       tool. It can be a good first line of control for
Raisin bread is good if you like        dients, using more apple juice or                     many critters. But first, determine what pest
raisins in the stuffing. Rye bread      water, if necessary, to make a                        you have.
or pumpernickel bread has a fla-        moist dressing. Let cool before                          Proper identification is important in under-            Editor’s note: Lis Friemoth is a horticulture diagnostician. Contact
                                                                                                                                                      her at (262) 745-2904, P.O. Box 58, Springfield, WI 53176, visit online
vor that is too strong for stuffing.    stuffing your meat or vegetable.                      standing the best method, product and the tim-          at www.thegardenhoe.com or e-mail her at gardenhoe@tds.net. Listen
                                            Editor’s note: Lynn Greene is senior editor for   ing for successfully treating each critter species.
Cut the bread into 1/2-inch                                                                                                                           to Liz from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. every third Saturday on WISN AM1130
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      MESSENGER ■ Sunday, November 23, 2008                                                             communityshoppers.com                                                                                     PERSPECTIVES
THE                WAY WE SEE IT

Time to give thanks for life’s true blessings
     “And also that we may then unite in most humbly offering our                                                              priorities has taken place. The focus on                       friends. But as we bask in the warmth
prayers and supplications to the great Lord and Ruler of Nations       Our view                                                our new burden, while not shared by                            of shared love, take a moment to
and beseech Him to pardon our national and other transgressions        ■ At the top of the list are America’s remark-          so-called progressives who question the                        remember the thousands of families
... to render our National Government a blessing to all the people
by constantly being a Government of wise, just and constitutional      able military families.                                 need for a war on terror, has in fact                          who are separated from the men and
laws, discreetly and faithfully executed and obeyed; to protect and                                                            united many Americans. Our remark-                             women fighting the war against
guide all sovereigns and nations (especially such as have shown       issued still relevant more than two cen-                 able, all-volunteer military, equipped                         Islamist terror. Among the many things
kindness to us), and to bless them with good governments, peace       turies later.                                            with the finest weaponry and technolo-                         for which we all can be thankful, our
and concord; to promote the knowledge and practice of true reli-        Much like the colonial revolutionaries                 gy in the world, has become liberty’s                          dedicated military families top the list.
gion and virtue, and the increase of science among them and us;       who fought British tyranny, Americans                    light in Afghanistan and Iraq. On the                             May we also give thanks that the
and generally to grant unto all mankind such a degree of temporal
                                                                      today have been called to a daunting,                    home front, law enforcement, health                            American experiment in democracy
prosperity as He alone knows to be best.”
                                      — George Washington, 1789       solemn duty of their own — ridding the                   officials and emergency-response agen-                         remains the model for enlightened
                                                                      world of organized, state-sponsored ter-                 cies now ponder the most awful scenar-                         nations. It is our enduring burden,
          s American families gather                                  rorism. For the most part, we have                       ios — and work to prevent them from                            however, as George Washington clearly

    A     for another holiday season,
          the words of George
Washington’s first Thanksgiving procla-
                                                                      risen to the challenge — at home and
                                                                        Since Sept. 11, 2001, an almost
                                                                                                                                  This holiday season, most of us will
                                                                                                                               set aside such concerns for a time as
                                                                                                                                                                                              knew, that freedom and prosperity are
                                                                                                                                                                                              not preserved in a dangerous world
                                                                                                                                                                                              without genuine sacrifice and humble
mation still ring true — the challenge                                unfathomable rethinking of national                      we happily gather with family and                              vigilance.

                                                    Yes we can: Election No we didn’t: GOP
    Congress shall make no
    law respecting an
    establishment of religion,
                                                    cause for celebration abandoned principles
                                                       I was 10 years old when Japan                                                                       John McCain has a knack for
    or prohibiting the free
                                                    surrendered, ending World War                                          D ONALD K AUL                the bizarre. But he outdid him-                                               S TAR P ARKER
    exercise thereof, or                            II. We were living in Detroit at                                       MINUTEMAN MEDIA              self, appearing on “Saturday                                                  COALITION ON URBAN
    abridging the freedom of                        the time (the “inner city”                                                                          Night Live” the weekend before
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RENEWAL & EDUCATION
                                                    although we never thought of it                                                                     Election Day to make fun of it all.
    speech, or of the press; or                     that way) and my parents, in an                                                                        It was evident from the polls
    the right of the people                         uncharacteristically spontaneous                                                                    that only a miracle could pull this
    peaceably to assemble,                          moment, took me downtown to                  before the nation abolished chat-                      election off for McCain. But the                   to placate the evangelical base.
                                                    see the city celebrate V-J Day.              tel slavery, and it took a horren-                     SNL appearance made it clear                       Did he move to find the best and
    and to petition the                                I shall be forever grateful. It           dous Civil War to get it done.                         that there would be no miracle.                    most qualified person? Someone
    Government for a redress                        was one of the special moments               Nearly a century of racial segre-                         Why would Americans, sitting                    that voters could readily picture
                                                    of my life, one that lives vividly           gation followed and progress for                       on the political fence, riddled with               moving into the Oval Office if nec-
    of grievances.                                  in memory even now, more than                African-Americans came in drips                        doubt and worried about their                      essary? No, he wanted a woman
                                                    60 years later. There must have              and dribbles.                                          future, vote for a man running to                  to appeal to women.
                                                    been a million or more people                   American presidents became                          be their president who could sati-                    Process, not principle.
                                                    downtown, marching, laughing,                heroes to African-Americans for                        rize the campaign two days before                     Our nation is troubled today.
  Line to your                                      singing, waving flags, kissing
                                                    and hugging each other. I’d not
                                                                                                 the merest symbolic gestures of
                                                                                                 support — Teddy Roosevelt invit-
                                                                                                                                                        they would go to vote? The man
                                                                                                                                                        telling them that their sons and
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Americans are worried and con-

  legislators                                       seen such mass happiness before
                                                    and haven’t since.
                                                                                                 ing Booker T. Washington to the
                                                                                                 White House, Franklin Roosevelt
                                                                                                                                                        daughters must remain to fight in
                                                                                                                                                        Iraq, that the future of the nation
                                                                                                                                                                                                              We are in a fog and Sen.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Obama held up his light and said
                                                       But I wish I’d been in Grant              stepping in to offer Marian                            supposedly rides on his message,                   follow me. John McCain touted
    U.S. Senate                                     Park in Chicago the night of the             Anderson a chance to sing on the                       making it all a big joke?                          his prowess at working with sena-
    Sen. Herb Kohl, Democrat                        presidential election. It must               steps of the Lincoln Memorial                             McCain’s strange sense of pro-                  tors of the other party.
    (202) 224-5653
    senator_kohl@kohl.senate.gov                    have been something like that                after she’d been denied                                priety, of nobility, of being the                     Now, of course, the soul-search-
                                                    night in Detroit.                            Constitution Hall by the DAR,                          gentleman, is to be above it all. So               ing begins for the future of the
    Sen. Russ Feingold, Democrat                       The election of Barack Obama              John Kennedy making a call to                          days before a crucial election he                  Republican Party. The antidotes
    (202) 224-5323                                  to the presidency of the United              Martin Luther King, Jr. in his                         could play the clown on national                   are flowing. So much pain and so
    russell_feingold@feingold.senate.gov            States is a monumental event in              jail cell.                                             TV. Yes, of course, the message is                 little learned.
    U.S. House                                      the history of our nation. It                   This election was no symbolic                       important. But he showed, for                         How can it be that even now
    Rep. Paul Ryan, 1st Dist.                       ranks with the fall of the Berlin            gesture. It represents a giant                         him, most important is process,                    many suggest that the problems
    R-Janesville                                    Wall. And that’s not because he’s            leap forward.                                          not principle.                                     of the party relate to process?
    (202) 225 3031                                  going to solve all of our problems              If you are not proud to be an                          The initial months of a new                     They suggest that the party plat-
    www.house.gov/ryan/                             (he’s not). It’s not even because            American today, you should                             presidency, as we are about to                     form must change to appeal to
    Rep. Tammy Baldwin, 2nd Dist.                   he’s going to do all the things he           check your pulse. You may be                           witness once again, are crucial. A                 this new constituency or reach out
    D-Madison                                       said he was going to do (he’s                dead. Nov. 4 was a great day in                        newly elected president uses the                   to that one?
    (608) 362-2800                                  not). In the end, he may not even            the history of this nation.                            opportunity to demonstrate lead-                      Who is asking what we believe
    http://tammybaldwin.house.gov/                  be judged a successful president;               Yet, I’ve recently seen films of                    ership, consolidate power and                      to be true? What principles are
                                                    he’ll need to be lucky.                      the inaugural balls of Lyndon                          begin moving his agenda.                           crucial to assure that our grand-
    State Senate
    Sen. Judith Robson 15th Dist.                      But by the very act of being              Johnson in 1964 and Richard                               When George W. Bush was                         children and great-grandchildren
    D-Beloit                                        elected, he ratifies a sea change            Nixon in 1972 after their land-                        elected to his first term, it was                  will be born into and grow up in a
    (608) 266-2253                                  in the attitudes that inform this            slide victories — both happy,                          clear in those critical early days                 strong and prosperous nation?
    Sen.Robson@legis.state.wi.us                    nation. He leaps the contradic-              confident winners, serene in the                       that there were already cracks in                     Those who suggest that
    Sen. Jon Erpenbach 27th Dist.                   tions of the Constitution and                knowledge that they were on the                        the Republican vessel. When                        Americans have turned liberal are
    (608) 266-6670                                  gives flesh to the promise of the            path to greatness, both blissfully                     Republicans on Capitol Hill                        not paying attention. In
    Sen.Erpenbach@legis.state.wi.us                 Declaration of Independence.                 unaware of the disasters that                          should have been marching in                       California, where Obama cap-
                                                       Alone among our immigrant                 would soon overwhelm each of                           lockstep with their new president,                 tured 61 percent of the popular
    State Assembly                                  groups, black people first arrived           their presidencies.                                    there was a distracting voice in                   vote, Californians passed
    Rep. Kim Hixson, 43rd Dist.                     here not by choice but by force.                Failed presidencies are a mod-                      the Senate.                                        Proposition 8 — getting 71 per-
    (608) 266-9650                                  They were taken as prisoners                 ern American tradition. It is a                           John McCain. What was his                       cent of the black vote and 53 per-
    Rep.Hixson@legis.state.wi.us                    from their homes in Africa and               rare president (Eisenhower,                            obsession? Campaign finance                        cent of the Latino vote — to codify
                                                    transported here in the fetid                Reagan) who escapes office with                        reform.                                            traditional marriage in the state
    Rep. Mike Sheridan, 44th Dist.                  bowels of slave ships to be                  his reputation intact.                                    A new Republican president                      Constitution.
    D-Janesville                                    bought and sold like farm ani-                  But this is not the time for                        needed to move a conservative                         The future of the Republican
    (608) 266-7503
    Rep.sheridan@legis.state.wi.us                  mals.                                        dark thoughts. This is a time to                       agenda and a key Republican sen-                   Party is not in process but in
                                                       It took 175 years before our              stand in the Grant Park of our                         ator deflected focus with his per-                 restoring leadership for tradition-
    Rep. Chuck Benedict, 45th Dist.                 Constitution granted them even               minds and exult in the ability of                      sonal obsession with process and                   al American principles that are
    D-Beloit                                        three-fifths of human status as              this great nation to lay fresh                         not principles.                                    relevant to every demographic
    (608) 266-9967                                  we formed our nation “conceived              claim to the ideals on which it                           Back to the current campaign,                   group, to every ethnic group, in
                                                    in liberty and dedicated to the              was founded.                                           we have McCain’s troubled selec-                   every time.
    Rep. Brett Davis, 80th Dist.                    proposition that all men are cre-               Yes we can.                                         tion of Sarah Palin. Did McCain                       Let the work begin.
    R-Oregon                                        ated equal.” That was an                       Editor’s note: Donald Kaul retired as
                                                                                                                                                        pick a conservative Christian                        Editor’s note: Star Parker is president of the
    (608) 266-1192                                  upgrade for them. Three-fifths               Washington columnist for the Des Moines                because of his own convictions? Of                 Coalition on Urban Renewal & Education in
    Rep.davis@legis.state.wi.us                     equal. It was another 75 years               Register. E-mail him at dkaul2@earthlink.net.          course not. He concluded he had                    Washington, D.C.

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                                                                                                                             COMMUNITY BRIEFLY
                                                                                                                             ■ School hosts holiday shopping:
                                                                                                                             Applied Scholastics Academy of Janesville, formerly
                                                                                                                              known as Sequoia Academy, will hold an open house

                                            2 Nights
                                                                                                                              and holiday shopping fundraiser from 1 p.m. to 4
               • 24 Hour Pool &                                                                                               p.m. today (Sunday). The school, which offers tutor-
                 Fitness Center                                                                                               ing and education for 2-year-old preschoolers through

                                                                                                                              high school students, is located at 466 Midland
               • Large
                 Continental                $      *                                                               85913
                                                                                                                              Road. The public is welcome to tour the facility and
                                                                                                                              shop locally to support education. Gifts will be avail-
                 Breakfast                                                                                                    able from the Arbonne skin care line, Essential
               • Pets Welcome
                                                 Expires 11/28/08                                                             Bodywear, Pampered Chef, Silpada jewelry and Beloit
                                             Coupon must be presented
                                                    at check in
                                                                                   FOR HOME DELIVERY                          toy and game manufacturer Patch Products. A portion
                                                                                         CALL:                                of all sales will be donated to Applied Scholastics
                                                                                                                              Academy of Janesville. For more information, call

                                                                                 (608) 752-0777
                                                                                                                              (608) 359-1737.

                                                                                                                             ■ City offers night off for parents:
                                                                                                                             Parents looking for a night to themselves or time away
                                                                                                                              for holiday shopping can take advantage of the city
    616 Midland Road, Janesville, WI • (608) 758-4545                                                                         of Janesville’s Parents Night Out events this holiday
                 (*Price based on availability)                     89153                                                     season. Each event takes place at the Senior Center,
                                                                                          A    PUBLICATION         87950      69 S. Water St., from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 21,
                                                                                                                              Dec. 1, Dec. 12 and Dec. 17. Events are open to chil-
                                                                                                                              dren ages 3-12. Age appropriate themed activities,
                                                                                                                              story and craft time, games and snacks will be pro-
                                                                                                                              vided. The cost is $10 per child per event. Early regis-
                                                                                                                              tration is recommended; there must be a minimum of
                                                                                                                              15 participants and a maximum of 30. For more
                                                                                                                              information, call Leisure Services at (608) 755-3030.
                           For the Sunday, 11/30 Edition of the                               Tuesday, 11/25 at              ■ College offers math class for adults:
       Monday, 11/24 at                      Contact Your Sales Rep Today                     4 p.m. is General              Adults considering a college education who want to
        4 p.m. is Proof                  (608) 752-0777    Fax: (608) 752-1007                    Deadline.                   polish rusty math skills before taking a placement
                                                                                                                              test can register for a non-credit basic math refresher
                         Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving!                                                                       course through the UW-Rock County Office of
                                                                                                                              Continuing Education. The course meets Mondays
                                                                                                                              and Wednesdays, Dec. 1-17, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                              on the campus at 2909 Kellogg Ave., Janesville. The
                                                                                                                              course will be taught by UW-Rock County math
                                                                                                                              instructor Carol Roy, who will cover fractions, deci-
                                                                                                                              mals, percentages, integers, basic equations and
                                                                                                                              basic geometry. The class is designed to ease math
                                                                                                                              anxiety and help new or returning adults students feel
                                                                                                                              more confident about taking placement tests neces-
                                                                                                                              sary to register for credit courses at the campus. Cost
                                                                                                                              for the course is $79. Participants should sign up by
                                                                                                                              Nov. 28 by calling (608) 758-6565 ext. 360.

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MONDAY:                                         FATHERHOOD

■ Evansville:
7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. Scrabble Club
 meeting, Levi Leonard Elementary.
7 p.m. Seventh- and eighth-grade fall
 band concert, JC McKenna Middle
■ Janesville:
6 p.m. PTA meeting, Edison Middle
6:30 p.m. PTO meeting, Harrison

■ Janesville:
8:30 a.m. Yearbook Club pictures in
 the auditorium, Adams Elementary.
9 a.m. Student of the month assem-
 bly, Jackson Elementary.
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Parent lunch day,
 Washington Elementary.
2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Student
 council fundraiser, Marshall Middle

■ Edgerton:
No school.
■ Evansville:
Noon. Early release day.
■ Janesville:
No school.
■ Milton:
Noon. Early release day for kinder-
 garten through third-grade.

■ Edgerton, Evansville, Janesville,
No school.

■ Edgerton, Evansville, Janesville,
No school.

CORNER                                    Lynn Vollbrecht/staff
                                          Above, Fatherhood Initiative participant Anthony Taylor of Janesville holds daughter Izabelle, 1, and colors with daughter Gwenevere earlier this
                                          month at the Community Action Inc. offices in Beloit. At top, participant Terry Wilson of Beloit plays with his son Xavier Sanders, 3.
■ Ben Heninger
Seventh- to 12th-grade band director.
■ Parkview High School
■ Personal file:
                                          Pilot program puts young dads                                               pants met daily during the week
                                                                                                                      for orientation. If they passed a
                                                                                                                      drug test after the first month,
                                                                                                                                                             He said it
Heninger is in
 his second year
                                          back in lives of their children                                             participants attended two months
                                                                                                                      of classes dealing with interper-
                                                                                                                                                             This program’s done nothing but
                                                                                                                                                             good for me. My life before I got
 teaching at                                                                                                          sonal relationships.
                                                                                                                                                             involved ... was chaotic.
 Parkview. He                               BY LYNN VOLLBRECHT                   Stateline United Way.                   “The next 60 days, we would go
 received a                                 STAFF WRITER                            United Way asked for proposals    through a curriculum called             — Anthony Taylor
 bachelor’s                                                                      for programs that could address      Tackling the Tough Skills,”             Janesville
                                                                                 such issues, and Community           Pulliam said. “At the end of those

 degree in political science and
 music performance from the                          ELOIT — Growing up in       Action Inc. developed The            first 90 days, I need these guys     them changed for the better.
 University of Wisconsin-Madison in                  Beloit, Terry Wilson        Fatherhood Initiative. Stateline     ready to be employed. They have          “Before, they were kind of my
 2005. In 2007, he earned a mas-                     learned an important les-   United Way provided $90,000 for      to show that they’re ready.”         last priority,” he said. “Now, my
                                          son from his father — what not to      the program.                            Pulliam’s priority is to help     relationship with my kids is OK. I
 ter’s degree in music from UW-
                                          do.                                       Initiative Director LaMar         ensure the men first are able to     can provide for myself; I can pro-
 Milwaukee. He also holds a teach-
                                             Now, Wilson wants to be a dif-      Pulliam said the program             support their families and pay       vide for my kids. I’m seeing stabil-
 ing certificate.
                                          ferent kind of dad.                    addresses an obvious need he’s       their fines. Partnering with         ity. I’m in my own place again.”
■ Honor roll:
                                             “My father wasn’t really in my      seen for some time — troubled        employers like John Deere and            Though helping young fathers
Heninger leads a jazz ensemble and
                                          life like he should be,” said          youth often do not have a strong     Ecolab, the initiative focused on    find employment is a cornerstone
 show choir, and teaches music-the-
                                          Wilson, a young father of four. “I     father figure in their lives.        job and interview skills.            of the program, participants like
 ory classes to students who aren’t       told myself that when I had kids,         “That was the biggest issue —        All of the 34 men who complet-    Wilson say they’ve learned much
 musicians. He has taken students         I wasn’t going to be like that.”       the absence of the dads,” he said.   ed the first month of the program    more than job skills.
 to leadership workshops during out-         For the past year, Wilson and       “There’s an awful lot of kids (for   obtained employment; to date, 26         “One thing I learned is that just
 reach programs, and also is active       more than 30 other young fathers       whom) dads are just not involved.    remain employed and involved in      because your child lives with you
 in two musical groups outside of         have been involved in a pilot pro-     And dads are important, big          the initiative.                      ... it doesn’t mean you’ve spent
 school. While in college, Heninger       gram, The Fatherhood Initiative,       time.”                                  Among them is Anthony Taylor,     time with them,” Wilson said.
 earned undergraduate- and gradu-         run by Community Action Inc. of           The dads in The Fatherhood        who read about The Fatherhood            Taylor said the most important
 ate-level scholarships, and received     Rock and Walworth counties. The        Initiative, however, were facing     Initiative in a pamphlet at a pro-   thing he’s taken from the class is
 the Outstanding Performance and          program aims to give young men         some major obstacles to becoming     bation office. The 24-year-old       “how much my kids really mean
 Achievement Award while attending        who have been absent from their        successful role models for their     recently found an apartment in       to me, and how much I need to
 UW-Milwaukee.                            children’s lives the chance to         children. Of the 37 fathers who      Janesville with the help of the      succeed so they can succeed later
■ He said it:                             redeem themselves by becoming          started in the program last          program, and is employed with        on in life.”
“I really believe in a student-centered   better, more-involved parents.         October, all were unemployed, 82     another Community Action pro-            Such success stories prompted
 approach to teaching … I give them          The program started after a         percent had a criminal history       gram called Fresh Start, for         Pulliam and Community Action to
 great pieces of music and they rise      community-needs assessment con-        and 71 percent did not have a dri-   which he heads a construction        set up another session of the ini-
 to the occasion.”                        ducted by Stateline United Way         ver’s license. Nearly half did not   crew.                                tiative; Pulliam said he’s already
■ Extra credit:                           and United Way of North Rock           have a high school diploma or the       “Ever since then, my life’s       received 90 applications.
“(Heninger) rescued our band pro-         County found that helping chil-        equivalent, and the average          turned around,” Taylor said. “This       “There have been some ups and
 gram here a year ago ... His rapport     dren reach their potential is a        amount of fines owed by each par-    program’s done nothing but good      downs, and some mistakes have
 with the kids, his enthusiasm and        critical issue locally.                ticipant was $1,609.                 for me. My life before I got         been made,” Pulliam said, “(but)
 his energy have revived our band            “From the study, we learned            Despite the challenges, “by and   involved with this program was       the good thing about it is they’re
 program. We have an increase in          what the key issues were in Rock       large, it’s been incredible what     chaotic.”                            not running from their mistakes
 enrollment.”                             County, including the Beloit and       we’ve been able to do,” Pulliam         Most important, he’s able to      now.
   — Steve Lutzke, principal              Janesville areas,” said Steve          said.                                provide for his two daughters, and       “They’re starting to take initia-
   Parkview High School                   Kinkade, executive director of            For the first 30 days, partici-   as a result, his relationship with   tive. That, to me, is hope.”
                                                                                   communityshoppers.com                                    MESSENGER ■         Sunday, November 23, 2008              9
                                                                                                                                                               32. "___ be a cold day
                                                                                                                                                             in hell ..."
                                                                                                                                                               33. "___ will be done"
Across                                 37. Coal container
                                                                                                                                                               34. ___ law
  1. Kind of column                    38. Genus of the family
                                                                                                                                                               35. Varnish dissolved
  6. Bargain-basement                Cruciferae
                                                                                                                                                             in alcohol and sprayed
  11. Famous                           39. Kind of number
                                                                                                                                                             over pictures to prevent
  14. School for students              40. "Is that ___?"
intermediate between                   41. Autocrats
                                                                                                                                                               36. Fortitude
elementary school and                  45. Cheers
                                                                                                                                                               37. Pretentious or silly
college                                47. Dangerous biters
                                                                                                                                                             talk or writing
  15. Chow line?                       50. "Gosh!"
                                                                                                                                                               39. Womanly
  16. Biology class abbr.              51. Drive
                                                                                                                                                               40. Freshen
  17. Trait of deserving               52. "Dang!"
                                                                                                                                                               42. Ancient
confidence                             53. 18-wheeler
                                                                                                                                                               43. Eliminate
  20. "Stop right there!"              54. Film made by pho-
                                                                                                                                                               44. One who fishes
  21. Aims                           tographing a series of
                                                                                                                                                             with a seine
  22. Hawaiian feasts                cartoon drawings
                                                                                                                                                               46. Actor Arnold
  23. In-flight info, for              57. "My Name Is Asher
                                                                                                                                                               47. Eagerness
short                                ___" (Chaim Potok                            3. Eyepiece                         in outlook                               48. Pelvic bones
  24. Charges                        novel)                                       4. Home, informally                   13. Knee-slapper                       49. "Harper Valley ___"
  25. Light clear metallic             58. Small drum                             5. "Are we there ___?"                18. ___ bit                            52. Balance sheet item
sound                                  59. Bisect                                 6. Copy                               19. Mother Teresa, for                 53. Antares, for one
  26. Cliffside dwelling               60. Organ of sight                         7. Range rovers                     one                                      55. Burden
  28. Drink from a dish                61. Accessory                              8. Beanery sign                       24. Alarm                              56. Density symbol
  29. Propel, in a way                 62. Command                                9. ___ Wednesday                      25. Anklebone
  30. Seat of government                                                          10. Husband of                        27. Computer image
                                     Down                                        Elizabeth II                           28. Golden Triangle                   For answers, see Wednesday’s
  34. "___ Gang"
                                                                                                                                                                  Janesville Messenger
  35. Judiciousness in                    1. Tennis great Gibson                  11. Start abruptly                  country                                        or go online to
avoiding harm or danger                   2. Spiral                               12. Narrowly restricted               31. Rings                             www.communityshoppers.com.

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                                                                                                           Janesville, WI 53546                 identify, enter and become successful in
                                                                                                             (608) 757-1415                     their chosen areas of work. Phase two of the
                                                                                                                                                YWCA’s initiative allows the agency to
                                                                                                     http://www.myspace.com/                    expand its services beyond YWCA partici-
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                                                                                                                                                 TO LEARN MORE                  economic
                                                                                                                                                                                services began
                                                                                                                                                  Contact the YWCA at
                                                                                                                                                                                in 2005
                                                                                                                                                  (608) 752-5445 or visit       through the
                                                                                                                                                  www.ywca.org/rockcounty.      YWCA
                                                                                                                                                Living Program. The program initially
                                                                                                                                                served 15 participants in space donated by
                                                                                           Chef-carved Turkey                                   First Congregational Church.
                                                                                           with all the trimmings                                  In the past, participants in TLP had diffi-
                                                                                                                                                culty obtaining and maintaining employ-
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                                                                                                   Alfresco Cafe                                of the complex interrelated issues they face
                                                                                                inside the Best Western                         as survivors of domestic violence. In
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                                                                                          Please Call For Reservations                          job readiness programming.
                                                                                                 (608) 757-4444                                    “Support from the Women’s Fund for
                                                                                                                                                phase two of our initiative allows us to help
                                                                                               OR (608) 756-4511                                any woman needing economic empowerment
                                                                                        We will close at 4 p.m. so that our employees
                                                                                        may spend the evening with their families.              — for instance, help with computer access to
                                                                                          Our lounge will be open normal hours.                 job searches, career advice, financial educa-
                                                                                        Adults $16.95,
                                                                                                                                                tion and more,” said Martha Pearson, TLP
                                                                                        Seniors $11,95,                                         and women’s center director. “This is criti-
                                                                                         Children 5-10                                          cally important given the current economic
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    Approximately 41 million                          of those areas.”
Americans will travel 50 miles or                                                                                                                              608-868-2323
more from home this Thanksgiving                      — Tom Frymark, president, AAA Wisconsin                                                        342 S. John Paul Road, Milton, WI                                               89040
holiday weekend, a decrease of
600,000 travelers (1.4 percent) from             Americans (8 percent of holiday
last year’s total of 41.6 million.               travelers) intend to travel by train,
   This is the first decline in                  bus or other mode of transportation.
Thanksgiving holiday travel since                That is an increase of 5.8 percent (or
2002 and is the fourth consecutive               180,000 travelers) when compared to
travel holiday this year with a year-            the 3.08 million who traveled by a                                                                                                ABSOLUTE AUCTION
to-year decline in the number of                 mode other than automobile or air-                                                                                  EVERYTHING SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER
travelers.                                       plane last year.                                                                                                             REGARDLESS OF PRICE
   “Because of the economic hard-                  The Great Lakes region — includ-                                                                                 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2008 @ 10:30 AM
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they are able, and travel is one of              see a 0.9% decrease in overall                                                                                    I-94 to Johnson Creek turn south on Hwy. 26 to Jefferson turn east on
those areas,” said AAA Wisconsin                 Thanksgiving travel this year. In the                                                                             Hwy. 18 to Cty Rd. Y turn right (south) 8 miles to Cushman Rd turn
                                                                                                                                                                   left (north) auction is on left side of Cushman Road.
Regional President Tom Frymark.                  Great Lakes region, 7.3 million peo-                                                                              From Janesville go north on Hwy. 26 to Jefferson turn east on Hwy.
“However, with current low gasoline              ple are expected to travel for the                                                                                18 to Cty Rd. Y turn right (south) 8 miles to Cushman Rd turn left
prices and the desire to be with fam-            Thanksgiving holiday.                                                                                             (north) auction on left side of Cushman Road.
                                                                                                                                                                   Trucks & Trailers: Kenworth tractor, 42’ flatbed trailer, Two 42’
ily over the holidays, people might                According to AAA’s Leisure Travel                                                                               Reefer box trailers, ‘02 F450 Ford flatbed pickup with racks, ‘96
just fight through this economic                 Index, which is based on available                                                                                F350 Ford flatbed pickup with racks, ‘95 3500 Chevy 15’ box van,
                                                                                                                                                                   trailer 16’ tandem axle trailer with racks.
hardship to enjoy their family tradi-            rates for this holiday, Thanksgiving                                                                              Concrete Finishing Equipment: Whiteman STX Turbo Multiquip
tions.”                                          travelers can expect to pay more for                                                                              diesel riding trowel, Whiteman Multiquip riding trowel, stone power
                                                                                                                                                                   trowel, Compactor BPU 3545A, Tere power trowel, hand power
   More than 33.2 million Americans              airfares and car rentals this year.                                                                               trowel, Spector II Precision laser transmitter w/two heads, David auto
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                                                 changes have occurred since the last                                                                              Target 14” walking concrete saw, Level Best laser grading level
expect to travel by automobile, a 1.2                                                                                                                              #2B7374, Soff-Cut concrete saw, Bobcat roller 6’, 700-800 concrete
percent decrease from the 33.6 mil-              holiday travel season. Most airlines                                                                              blankets, Tenant 5700XP fast scrubber and much more.
lion people who drove a year ago.                continue to charge fees for checked                                                                               Concrete Installation Material: Castle rebar chairs, concrete curing
                                                                                                                                                                   compound, Para goal StarGard OSHA approved caps, drums of general
Nearly 4.54 million (11 percent of               baggage and other previously com-                                                                                 purpose concrete seal, Western Aluminum forms all sizes, framing
holiday travelers) plan to travel by             plimentary services like beverages                                                                                lumber, Tilt-up forms, 100’s of wall ties, styrofoam sheets, rubber
                                                                                                                                                                   forms, “Reward Wall” insulated wall forms, steel curb forms, corner
airplane, a 7.2 percent decrease from            and snacks. Travelers should check                                                                                forms, Western Alliance form quick release pins, Sunnero160 laser
the 4.89 million travelers who flew              with the airline or their travel coun-                                                                            steed and much, much more.
last year.                                       selor about any additional fees for                             Bring In The New Year At                          General Purpose Tools and Equipment: Milwaukee 12” circular
                                                                                                                                                                   saw, Craftsman 19.2 V power drill, Ryoai hand grinder, Porter cable
   Approximately 3.26 million                    their trip.                                                                                                       receptacle saw, DeWalt cordless drill, John Deere 14” chainsaw,
                                                                                                                                                                   DeWalt hammer drill, Busch 11244 impact drill, Surveyor sticks, nuts
                                                                                                                                                                   & bolts 100’s of pounds, Mini Mule 2 ton come along, magnet roller,
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                         J IM C HEADLE
                         SCALES AND TAILS
Who can you
call? The DNR
   With the 2008 nine-day, whitetail deer season
under way, there are a few facts that may help
make the hunt easier and more enjoyable.
   Since 2004, anyone who wants to get in on a
last-minute hunt can purchase a license at any
time during the nine-day season at license ven-
dors or any state Department of Natural
Resources service center.
   Gun deer licenses are $24 for residents, $160
for nonresidents. In many units, a free antler-
less tag is issued with each gun or archery
   As you likely know, there are many zones with
the earn-a-buck regulation, which requires
hunters to first harvest an antlerless deer to
earn a buck tag. If you’re out in the field, you
                                                                                                                  Above/Charlotte Bobcats; At left/Washington State
can bring in a buck and doe at the same time, as                                                                  University; At right/File photo
long as the antlerless deer was harvested first.                                                                  Above, Beloit native Kyle Weaver speaks during a news
   In those units where you can harvest a buck                                                                    conference after being selected in the second round of
first (marked white on DNR maps), you can still                                                                   this year’s NBA draft. At left, Weaver runs the court for
harvest an antlerless deer by buying a unit-spe-                                                                  Washington State University, and at right, practices
cific antlerless tag, in addition to your license.                                                                at Beloit Memorial High School.
The cost is $12 for residents and $20 for nonresi-
                               dents. Keep in mind
  He said it:                  there are limited
                               quantities of these
   The Customer Service tags for each unit,
                                                                         Former Beloit star takes on rigors of NBA
   Call Center will take so buy early.                                     BY RICK WEST                                                         A second-team All-Pacific-10 player at
                                 Since the discov-
   any type of                 ery of chronic wast-                        STAFF WRITER                                                      Washington State, Weaver is known for
   DNR-related call seven ing disease, many                                                                                                  being a hard-nosed defender, ending his
                               new and sometimes                            OKLAHOMA CITY — Oct. 29 will forever be a milestone              collegiate career with 188 steals and 93
   days a week from 7                                                    date in the life of Kyle Weaver.                                    blocks.
                               confusing rules
   a.m. to 10 p.m.             have been enacted.                           That’s the day the former Beloit Memorial High School               “I can’t change who I am and what I
                               I’m happy to report,                      star made his NBA debut for the Oklahoma City Thunder,              do,” he said. “I want to be able to get out
however, that the DNR has set up one of its best                         playing a modest two minutes in the Thunder’s 98-87 home            on the floor and be a good defender, and
                                                                                                                                                                                               La Mont Weaver
services to help hunters deal with CWD issues,                           loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.                                        just harass people out there.”
among other things. Now there is no need to                                 “That was a pretty good feeling, being out there on the             This year, Weaver will earn a reported
wait to call or stop in at service centers during                        floor … with guys that you looked up to when you were               $806,000 to harass people for the
regular hours.                                                           younger,” Weaver said. “Hopefully, I’ll get that experience         Thunder.
   The Customer Service Call Center will take                            again real soon.”                                                      “It’s a different game, and it’s my job, so
any type of DNR-related call seven days a week                              The road to Oklahoma City took a few detours for Weaver, the approach is different,” Weaver said.
from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. I already have the num-                           who starred in college at Washington State University.                 His NBA career got off to a painful
ber on my cell phone, so I can easily call from                             In June, the 6-foot-6 guard was selected in the second           start when he went to team trainers prior
the field or on the water. The number is (888)                           round of the NBA draft, the 38th overall pick, by the               to the first preseason game with a left
963-7463. They address issues like small-game                            Charlotte Bobcats.                                                  groin injury that had been nagging him            Suter
hunting, fishing, safety classes, fish and game                             After five summer league games in Las Vegas, where he            throughout training camp.
violations, land and water spills and ATV, snow-                         averaged 6 points, 2 rebounds and 1 assist per game,                   “I had to shut it down right away,” Weaver said. “They
mobile and boating regulations and registration.                         Weaver learned he had been traded to the league’s newest            felt if I tried to play on it, or do anything strenuous, I could
They have even guided lost hunters out of the                            franchise, the Oklahoma City Thunder, which had relocated           hurt it even more.”
woods.                                                                   from Seattle.                                                                                                  Forced to sit out the
   There are other numbers to remember. To                                  The move thrilled                                                                                        preseason, Weaver
report spills, call (800) 943-0003. For fish or                          Weaver.                           “(Kyle) was always a thorn in our side. He could do                       vowed to make the most
game violations, call (800) 847-9367.                                       “I thought right away          everything, and he played both ends of the floor —                        of it.
   The DNR did some creative financing to                                it would be a good                                                                                             “I just tried to take
                                                                         thing,” he said. “Once I          he posed quite a problem.”                                                some of the positives out
implement this service by shifting staff around
so there is no extra cost to taxpayers; a tip of the                     knew the trade was                — Craig High School basketball coach Bob Suter                            of it,” he said. “Being on
cap to the agency. This service has an extra ben-                        coming, I wasn’t disap-                                                                                     the sidelines, I got to
efit since wardens can now spend more time on                            pointed. I was pretty                                                                                       watch different plays
public safety and fish and wildlife programs.                            excited just to be in a situation where a team really wanted        and pick up on different things — things the coaches want-
                                                                         to have me.”                                                        ed me to do when I got back.”
  ***                                                                       Weaver’s father, Beloit basketball legend La Mont                   Weaver was able to return to practice for about two weeks
                                                                         Weaver, said Seattle was the only NBA team to invite Kyle           before his debut against the Bucks.
  Now, for some fun facts about Wisconsin’s                              to work out twice prior to the draft.                                  “Because I didn’t have a chance to play in the games, I
hunting heritage:                                                           “They sort of had an eye on him throughout his college           took the practices and shoot a-rounds pretty serious,” he
  • In 1834, Lafayette County first reported                             career, being the closest in the area to watch him play,” La        said. “Not just to let the coaching staff know I was serious
crop damage by deer.                                                     Mont Weaver said.                                                   about playing, but to keep myself focused.”
  • The first year with a closed season for deer                            In exchange for Kyle Weaver, the Bobcats received the               He joked that making his NBA debut should quiet some
was 1851, from Feb.1 to June 30, with Indians                            Thunder’s second-round pick in 2009.                                of his friends back in Beloit.
permitted to hunt anytime.                                                  Thunder General Manager Sam Presti said at the time                 “I got some calls where guys are like, ‘Hey man, you’re
  • In 1876, hunting with dogs was prohibited                            the team liked Weaver’s style of play.                              not playing; what’s going on?’” Kyle Weaver said. “People
statewide.                                                                  “He is a young player with a defensive mentality and             think I was just supposed to come in here and average 35
  • Starting in 1887, two game wardens were                              team-first approach to the game,” Presti said. “We are excit-       minutes (a game) and average a bunch of points, but I’m a
appointed by the governor at a monthly salary of                         ed to add these qualities to our team in Oklahoma City.”            second-round pick, so I’ll have to work my way into it like
$50, and night hunting was prohibited                                       Janesville sports fans undoubtedly remember Weaver               anything else.”
statewide.                                                               from his many clashes against Craig and Parker high                    Like most second-round rookies in the NBA, Weaver’s
  • By 1897 we had the first bag limit for deer                          schools. Veteran Craig coach Bob Suter remembers the                playing time has been limited thus far, but his father said
of two per season.                                                       problems Weaver caused his teams.                                   Kyle remains undeterred.
                                                                            “He was always a thorn in our side,” Suter said. “He could          “He understands he’s a rookie,” La Mont Weaver said.
  The Wild Goose says: Let’s make this the                               do everything, and he played both ends of the floor — he            “When you look at the number of players picked in the first
safest season ever. Hunt ethically, always                               posed quite a problem.”                                             30 (of the draft) … there’s only a handful that are getting in
know where you’re at, and remember that                                     Ironically, Suter helped pave the way for Weaver’s schol-        as rookies.”
all land belongs to someone and doesn’t                                  arship offer from Washington State. Suter recalled getting a           That being the case, Kyle Weaver is content to take NBA
have to be posted.                                                       call from then-WSU assistant coach Tony Bennett, who was            life one game at a time.
                                                                         assisting his father, Dick. The Bennetts wanted to know if             “I’m just waiting for my shot,” he said. “I’m in no hurry. I
   Editor’s note: Write Jim Cheadle at 4108 W. Spring Creek, Beloit WI   Suter believed Weaver could play at the Division 1 level.           learn something new every day. It’s a long season, and any-
53511. Call him at (608) 365-5280. E-mail him at jchea-                     “You bet he can,” Suter told Bennett. “There wasn't any          thing can happen, so I’ve got to make sure I’m ready when I
dle@inwave.com.                                                          doubt he had the skills to play at that level.”                     do get a chance.”
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   Sarah Zeller/staff
   At right, Barb Tapovatz, left, and Katherine Fafalios check out art includ-
   ed in the silent auction Nov. 14 at HospiceCare Inc.’s Wishes Gala, held
   at the Janesville Performing Arts Center. Above, Janesville City
   Councilman Yuri Rashkin plays the piano at the gala.

                                                    Immunization and blood lead testing               Janesville Shade Tree Advisory meet-              Spice on Ice, Nov. 29, Janesville Ice
The Janesville Messenger accepts calen-           clinic, Nov. 25, Hedberg Public Library, 316      ing, Nov. 26, conference room of the              Skating Center, 821 Beloit Ave., Janesville.
dar submissions for any free, community-          S. Main St., Janesville. 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.   Department of                                     11 a.m. Free. Bring nonperishable food items
related event. Calendar submissions are           Inside the library’s public meeting room. Cost    Natural Resources Janesville Service              for area food pantries. Watch junior national
due by 9 a.m. on Monday for inclusion in          for each vaccine is $5 for those ages 18 and      Center, 2514 Morse St., Janesville. 4 p.m.        champions and local skaters perform, then
the following Sunday’s edition. To submit         under; cost for adults varies. Blood lead test-   Public encouraged to attend. (608) 754-2123       skate with the stars after the performance.
an item, send it to: Editor CSI, 1506             ing is free. (608) 757-5440                                                                         (608) 755-0574
Creston Park Drive, Janesville, WI 53545,                                                           Nov. 27:
or e-mail it to szeller@communityshop-               America Unites, Nov. 25, Blackhawk                Easy Kick and Jab cardio kickboxing,             Janesville Area Singles Inc. game night,
pers.com. Because we do not                       Technical College’s Central Campus, 6004 S.       Nov. 27, Butterfly Life, 2510 Mineral Point       Nov. 29, United Way building, 205 N. Main
always have room for a complete calen-            County Road G, Janesville. 4:30 p.m. to 7:30      Ave., Janesville. 10 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. Space      St., Janesville. 7 p.m. Bring a dish to pass for
dar, go to www.communityshoppers.com              p.m. Reflection on the 2008 presidential elec-    is limited; call for reservations. (608) 743-     potluck dinner and then play games and
for a comprehensive listing.                      tion with video, music, open mic and refresh-     1753                                              cards.(608) 741-1869 or janesvilleareasin-
                                                  ments. Free; open to the public.                                                                    glesinc@netzero.com
Nov. 24:                                                                                              Tales for 2s and 3s program, Nov. 27,
  Blood drive, Nov. 24, Church of Christ,           Survivors of suicide support group              Hedberg Public Library, 316 S. Main St.,          Dec. 1:
2103 Roxbury Road, Janesville. 11:30 a.m.         meeting, Nov. 25, Rock County Job Center,         Janesville. 10 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. For chil-        Best of the Blues, Dec. 1, beginning at
to 5:30 p.m. Sponsored by the American            1900 Center Ave., Janesville. 6:30 p.m. to        dren 2-3 years old. (608) 758-6585                6:30 p.m. with local musicians playing until
Red Cross. Appointments available. (608)          7:30 p.m. For those who have lost a loved                                                           10 p.m. Free event at the VFW Post, 1015
754-4497                                          one or someone close to them from suicide.          Nutrition group meeting, Nov. 27,               Center St., Janesville. (608) 754-4342
                                                  (608) 752-6188                                    Butterfly Life, 2510 Mineral Point Ave.,
Nov. 25:                                                                                            Janesville. 6 p.m. Space is limited; call for       German Interest Group meeting, Dec. 1,
   Easy Kick and Jab cardio kickboxing,           Nov. 26:                                          reservations. (608) 743-1753                      St. Marks Lutheran Church, 2921 Mt. Zion
Nov. 25, Butterfly Life, 2510 Mineral Point         Preschool storytimes, Nov. 26, Eager                                                              Ave., Janesville. 7 p.m. Program on German
Ave., Janesville. 10 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. Space      Free Public Library, 39 W. Main St.,              Nov. 28:                                          Christmas traditions, followed by caroling in
is limited; call for reservations. (608) 743-     Evansville. 10 a.m. Theme: Thanksgiving.             Preschool craft time, Nov. 28, Eager           German and English. Bring holiday cookies
1753                                              (608) 882-2260                                    Free Public Library, 39 W. Main St.,              or appetizers to share. (608) 876-6892
                                                                                                    Evansville. 10 a.m. All materials provided by
  Tales for 4s and More program, Nov. 25,           Baby Walkers program, Nov. 26,                  library. (608) 882-2260                           Dec. 2:
Hedberg Public Library, 316 S. Main St.,          Hedberg Public Library, 316 S. Main St.,                                                              Janesville Area Retired Educators’
Janesville. 10 a.m. For children 4-6 years old.   Janesville. 10 a.m. For babies 13 to 24                                                             Association meeting, Dec. 2, Janesville
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(608) 758-6585
                                                                                                    Hedberg Public Library, 316 S. Main St.,          Janesville. 9 a.m. Program of Christmas
                                                    Baby Lapsit program, Nov. 26, Hedberg           Janesville. 10 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. For chil-      songs by Brian Beecher. Reservations
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                                                  Public Library, 316 S. Main St., Janesville.      dren 2-3 years old. (608) 758-6585                requested by Nov. 28. (608) 868-6851
Public Library, 101 Albion St., Edgerton.
10:30 a.m. Theme: Teddy bears. (608) 884-         10:45 a.m. For babies 0 to 12 months old.
                                                  (608) 758-6585                                    Nov. 28-29:                                       Dec. 3:
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                                                    Blood drive, Nov. 26, Church of Christ,         Riverside Golf Course, 2100 Golf Course           Moment, 1121 Center Ave., Janesville.
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2103 Roxbury Road, Janesville. 1 p.m. to 6        Orfordville Public Library, 203 W. Beloit St.,    a.m. For children 2-5 years old. Story, songs       Janesville AARP Chapter No. 5361
p.m. Sponsored by the American Red Cross.         Orfordville. 1 p.m. Theme: Thanksgiving.          and an easy craft. Families welcome. (608)        meeting, Dec. 3, Senior Center, 69 S.
Appointments available. (608) 754-4497            (608) 879-9229                                    758-6585                                          Water St., Janesville. 1 p.m. (608) 752-8706
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 speakers, decks, amps                Oak, Black Walnut, Cher-                   GUN SHOW Dec 12, 13,                ties. Cable, washer, dryer
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   band equipment.                       SEWING machines                          9am-3pm. BUY-SELL-                                                                                                                                             Real Estate Wanted to Buy
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      BIG ED'S                           starting at $35 & up.                                                       gold jewelry. Private col-
                                               BIG ED'S
                                                                                  563-608-4401 (wcan)
                                                                                 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLO-
                                                                                                                     lector. Cash paid. 608-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Real Estate For Rent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Apartment Rental
   game systems &
   band equipment.
                                      PILLOWTOP MATTRESS,
                                      King $245, Full $125 new.
                                                                                 MA! Fast Affordable &
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cludes monitor, keyboard,             SNOW BLOWER MTD                             proval. $500 to $50,000             BOAT & CAMPER storage
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   LAWN & GARDEN
                                                                                  FORESTRY EQUIP-                                                                                                                                   TREES- 3' TO 20'
                                                                                 MENT: 3pt PTO FARMI               Mystery shoppers earn               TO LEARN MORE                            WEEKLY PAYCHECK                  Austrian/White/Red Pine,
                                                                                logging winches. VALBY           summer gas money. Up to              ABOUT WISCONSIN                          Possible from Home Pro-             Cedar, Spruce, Arbs,
                                                                                 3pt PTO woodchippers.             150$/day. Undercover              COMMUNITY PAPERS                         cessing Our mortgage As-              Maple, Oak, Crabs
                                                                               Replacement bucket grap-          shoppers needed to judge           (WCP) and the Statewide                   sistance Postcards. Refer-         $25-$100, 262-594-2182
                                                                                 ples-rotators-woodsplit-        retail and dining establish-        Classified Ad Program                     ences Available. No Ad-
                                                                                ters-skidsteer-tractor tire      ments. Experience not re-            (WCAN) call 800-727-                    vertising. All Materials pro-
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                                                                               riversforestry.com (wcan)           OWN A RECESSION
                                                  AUCTIONS                                                         Proof Business. Estab-
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                                           LAND AUCTION, SAT                   Free Delivery in full loads.        average owner earning            with! You can pay for your
CLINTON ANTIQUES                         DEC. 13th, Noon, Witten-                920-779-0155 (wcan)                over $200K a year call
                                                                                                                     24/7 1-866-622-8892
                                                                                                                                                    Messenger classified ad
                                                                                                                                                    with Master Card, Visa &
                                                                                                                                                                                              John Deere 445 60” deck,
                                                                                                                                                                                              low hours, 1 owner, 22 hp,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                SNOW REMOVAL 24 hr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                service, experienced & in-
   & ARTISANS                                berg, WI. 163 acre
                                          sportsman's paradise of-                                                        Code 305                  Discover.                                 $5,800. 608-774-0330              sured. Greg 608-751-8288
New Owners • New Dealers                    fered in parcels. Visit
 Local Artist Displays                   www.nolansales.com or
  Space available for rent
Mon.-Sat. 10-4, Sun. Noon-4              call 800-472-0290 for info.
                                         Nolan Sales LLC, PO Box               FARM FRESH TURKEYS

 244 Allen St., Clinton, WI              486, Marion, WI. Reg. WI              Free Range, Oven Ready.
                                         Auctioneer Tim Nolan, Lic                   608-756-5294
                                                #165 (wcan)

             CHRISTMAS AUCTION                                                 RETIRED CNA looking for
          SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2008                                          work. Worked with pa-
                       6:00 p.m.                                               tients with Alzheimers for
           114 Spring Street, Orfordville, WI                                  years. Any hrs, any time.
                                                                               Call Judy 608-752-2766
  Full truck load of merchandise coming from guest seller
                   from Southern Indiana.
  This auction contains some great gift items, toys, dolls,
  household items, collectibles, electronics, books, tools,                                                       BENEFICIAL INSULATION SOLUTIONS, LLC
 Christmas decorations, nice assortment of die cast items,                       $20,000!! CASH FOR                  Green choices to Lower Energy Costs
 trains, bikes, swords, knives, Indian dolls, remote control                    1950's LES PAUL Cus-                    Custom Insulation & Air Sealing
     cars and trucks, stocking stuffers, lots, lots, more.                      tom or Les Paul Model.                          Save Money All Year Long                     HOME
                                                                                                                         by Making Your Home More Comfortable            PERFORMANCE
                      Prize giveaways.                                            Other old GIBSON &
                                                                                                                                  and Energy Efficient!                        WITH

    ORFORDVILLE AUCTION SERVICE                                                FENDER items wanted!                                                                       ENERGY STAR
                                                                                 Any condition consid-                    ATTIC • SIDE WALL • BASEMENT
       608-879-2254 OR 608-201-0337                                            ered. Free info. Toll Free          (608) 295-0470 www.beneficialinsulation.com                        89022                                                                  89049
   Registered WI Auctioneer Pat Birkett #794                                    1-866-237-8116 (wcan)
              HAPPY HOLIDAY

                                                                                                                   FALL SALE
 REGULAR THURSDAY AUCTION DEC. 4TH                                               ALTO SAX, Selmer,
                                                                                 new condition, $375.
                  6:00 P.M.                  85887                                  262-745-2600                                                                                                ABLE HANDYMAN SERVICES
                                                                               BAND SPEAKERS, Sonic,
                                                                               carpeted,     100    watts,                                                                                                  * Repairs      * Remodeling
                                                                               11x16x24”, wt 25 lbs each.            • ROOFS • SIDING • WINDOWS                                                             * Kitchens     * Windows
                                                                               $150 for pr. 262-245-5516
                                                                                   WAREHOUSE SALE                              • ADDITIONS                                                                  * Bathrooms * Handicapped
                                                                                 Fender,Epiphone,Jack-                 Free                                                                                                  Ramps
                                                                                 son, Taylor,Peavey Gui-             Estimates      • BASEMENTS                                                  Free Estimates - No Job Too Small - Insured
                                                                                                                                                                                                              MARK R. GLISH
                                                                               tars Elec & Bass $98-$459

                                                                               Acoustic $65-$1279 Amps

                                                                                $49-$488 5-Piece Drum-
    www.beloitauction.com                                                      set $282 Zyldjian Cymbals

                                                                               50% OFF Casio Keyboard
                                                                                  $99 Used Piano $499-                 PLUS LLC                                                                               608-921-8886                                  89023
                                                                                  $997 Digital $397 New            Office: (608) 314-9585            1-866-356-0705
    ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES &                                                    Upright $1685 Lowrey &
                                                                                 Hammond Organ $499
                                                                                                                   Fax: (608) 314-9583 allexteriorsplus@yahoo.com

   SELECT CONTEMPORARY ITEMS                                                        Yamaha:Trumpet
                                                                                $285/Sax $388 Gemein-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    SEAMLESS GUTTERS
    Wed., Nov. 26th – 4:30 P.M.                                                 hardt Flute $188 Selmer
                                                                               Clarinet $149 Conn Trom-                 Don’t Get Left Out in the
   534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI                                                  bone $139 Violin Outfit                                                                                                SIDING • ROOFS • WINDOWS
                                                                                    $99 800-657-5125
     Can’t make it to the Auction?                                              www.jimlaasbmusic.com
   Bid live online with Proxibid.com                                                     (wcan)
   This November Auction promises to be
   another exceptional event with hundreds of
   select items from various estates &
   individuals. See our online catalog for
   photos & detailed descriptions. Go to                                         $ ALL CASH CANDY
                                                                                                                         It may be warm now...but winter is coming.                                 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
   www.beloitauction.com & link to Proxibid.com                                                                                            With our
                                                                                 Do you earn $800 in a                                                                                                                PAUL SIVERHUS
   Choose from an incredible variety of quality                                                                      PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM,
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   items including Santa Clara Blackware pottery                                 Your own local candy               One Service Call in Fall and you are ensured a warm &
   – crocks, jugs, butter churns, water cooler, &                                route Includes 30 Ma-                        safe home all winter that includes
   other stoneware – Mettlach, Goebel friar,                                          chines and                     24 Hour Emergency Service at no extra charge.
   German military, regimental, figural, & many                                   Candy. All for $9,995                 Call and ask about our maintenance program.
   more steins – stone sheep, caribou, cougar, &
   woodchuck mounts – black bear rugs –
                                                                                1-888-771-3490 (wcan)
                                                                                                                                   *Most Furnaces Apply.                                        Got an Ugly, Faded, Outdated
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                                                                               sembling CD cases from
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   & Art Moderne lamps – Victoria Hutson                                       LIVE OPERATORS NOW!                     “One of the area’s most trusted, for over 60 years.”                      • Porcelain • Cast Iron • Plastic • Fiberglass
   Huntley etchings – Metzl & T. Binder                                         1-800-267-3944 Ext 104
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                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Long-term warranties
   watercolors – Carnival glass & additional                                    (Unavailable in MD,WI,SD,ND)            Janesville 756-4207 • 600 E. Memorial Dr.
   glassware – Elgin, Burlington RR, & Boy
                                                                               $$$WORK FROM HOME$$$
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   jardinieres, urns, plant stands, porcelain,
   bronze, & jadeite figurines – & many more
                                                                                 sembling Information
                                                                                Packets. No Experience
                                                                                                                    NOW OFFERING                                                                                 Fully Insured
                                                                                                                                                                                                      FREE, no obligation Estimate.

   collectibles of value.                                                      Necessary! Start Immedi-
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   consolette piano – Wurlitzer miniature grand
   piano – & much more. Cherry, pine, maple,
   mahogany furniture from primitive to modern.
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                                                                                                                         95%+ efficiency furnace!                                                    •    Property Management / Maintenance
                                                                                                                                                                                                     •    Seasonal Maintenance / Gutter Cleaning /
     Dec. 17th is our Customer Appreciation Auction.                               $8000+ FOR EN-                         Plus $150.00 INSTANT SAVINGS                                                    Snow Plowing
     Free food & refreshments! Drawings throughout                              VELOPES! Receive $4-
                                                                                 $6 for every envelope
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     the Auction for prizes. (Must be present to win.)                                                                                                                                               •    Insured / Honest / Affordable
                 Receive a ticket for every                                      stuffed with our sales
      2 items of non-perishable food you bring in for                           brochures: Guaranteed!
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           We’re accepting your donations now.                                  nished. Call 1-800-307-
                                                                                      7131 (wcan)
   Preview: Tues. 9:30-6:00 & Wed. 9:30 until Auction.
   Terms: Cash, approved check, Visa, M/C, Discover or Debit. 12% buyer’s

                                                                                                                                                                                                    5                                                       5
   fee, 17% buyer’s fee for online purchases. 2% discount for cash, check,
                                                                                                                                                                                                $                                                       $
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           (608) 364-1965              (608) 755-1802                                                               NO PAYMENTS FOR 12 FULL MONTHS!!                                                                                         Appointments
                                                                                Movie Extras/Models
                                                                                       Needed!                         OR, TAKE A 5% CASH DISCOUNT.                                                                                            Available

                                                                                                                                 Arch Cooling
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                                                                                                                                                                                                    5                                                       5
   Auctioneer #237                                    Auctioneer #1956
                                                                                                                                 Heating •                                                              reasonable prices!
   Registered Illinois
   Auctioneer #441.001071
                             Dan McKee #1830         Registered Illinois
                                                 Auctioneer #441.00964
                                                                                 All Looks and Ages
                                                                                      Call Now!!
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                                                                                                                          Janesville (608) 758-1522 • Elkhorn (262) 742-2333
                                                                                                                                                                                                $        2116 Center Avenue • Janesville, WI 53546      $
                                                                       87080                                            24 Hour Heating Service • Commercial and Residential          85797
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       608-754-7946             89053
16        MESSENGER ■ Sunday, November 23, 2008                                                      communityshoppers.com
                                WANT YOUR TRASH OR
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                                price you're willing to pay?
 Let us know. Call now for
     great winter rates.
                                    Call Janesville Jack           www.communityshoppers.com
                                  anytime 608-754-1973
assisted living in my                                                                                                                                                    , Inc. is a furniture manufacturer located in
home. 608-757-1415
                                                                                                              WANTED:               Turn those unwanted or         Walworth, WI. Our business continues to increase
 ATTRACT A NEW JOB                                                                                      SERVICE MECHANIC            unused items around your       and so we are hiring another Full Time person in
  Resumes, Biz letters                                                                                     LIGHT DIESEL             house into CA$H with a
  Dash, 608-207-9601                                                                                     Semi Truck & Trailer       Janesville Messenger           our upholstery department.
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 Expert Writing Services                                                                                    tire changer.           you write your ad for best        Industrial Sewer & Cutter
  Dash, 608-207-9601                                                                                    For more information        results. Call us at:           The qualified person will have previous
                                                                                                                 call               608-752-0777,
   BILLINGS HOME                                                                                           608-873-9068             FAX: 608-72-1007               experience with industrial sewing machines and
       REPAIRS                                                                                                                      www.community                  cutters. Our fabrics are varied; most are woven
 Home repairs & Handy-                                                                                                              shoppers.com (P.S. You         though there will be some vinyl and leathers used.
man service. Specializing                                                                                                           can always stop in, too)
   in small projects.
                                        Se Habla Español                                                                                                            We offer:
  Days, 608-201-4586,
Evenings, 608-758-0078                                                                       91564                                                                   • 4 day work week, Mon.-Thur. 6 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Insured & free estimates                                                                                                                                             • very good starting wage and increases
  DUMPSTER RENTAL!                                                                                                                                                   • medical and dental insurance
10 yards starting at $130.                                                                                                                                           • 401k with company match
      608-289-7466                                                                                                                                                   • paid holidays and vacation
 Gutter cleaning, brush &                                                                                                                                          This is a great opportunity to work for a
   leaves, garbage, etc.         The Biz Coach                                                                                                                     growing company and to become part of our
       608-371-3304                                                                                                                                                employee team.
                                 Small Business Consultant
 PAINTING?                         Help for Small Business              3858 Bluewing Ct.                                                                              To apply in person, come to our office at
 Free estimates * Insured                                               Janesville, WI 53546                                                                          807 Wisconsin Street, Walworth, WI
  608-754-SPOT (7768)              - Free Consult - Planning
                                   - Startup      - Training                                                                                                         We are located in the Walworth Industrial Park,
RESIDENTIAL      SNOW              - Finance      - Systems             Phone 608-755-1759                                                                             two blocks north of downtown Walworth.
REMOVAL (blower) free                                                                                                                                    91736
                                   - Risk Mgmt - Sell to Fed. & State
estimates. 608-921-4469                                                 Cell 608-302-7152
or 608-921-8446
                                   - QuickBooks support
                                                                                                                                                                                    Integra, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                        Mail: PO Box M Walworth WI 53184
SNOW   REMOVAL       &                                            Gary Sedlacek
PLOWING. 608-289-5401                                                                        89208          REWARDING CAREER                                                   Phone: 262-275-2161
                                                                                                                                                                                Fax: 262-275-3614
                                                                                                              IN REAL ESTATE                                        E-mail: HumanResources@integraseating.com
                                                                                                          We’ve grown and need select individuals.                            www.integraseating.com
     Storage Buildings & Gazebos                                                                        Call today if you’d like to set your own hours,

                                                                                                         be your own boss and earn what you want.
                                       We Build, Paint & Deliver
                                                                                                         Classes Starting December 1st                                    Beloit Health & Rehab
                                   * Storage Buildings
                                   * Portable Garages                                                            Register Today                                                  1905 West Hart Rd.
                                   * Gazebos                                                                Shorewest REALTORS                                                    Beloit, WI 53511
                                   * Play Houses                                                                                                                    Is currently recruiting for the following positions:
                                   * Cabanas                                                                     (608) 754-2121                        88972

                                   * Horse Shelters                                                                                                                           RN’s & CNA’s
     Country Barns                                              Mon.-Fri.: 8:30-5:30...                                                                                Part-time PM & Night Shifts
        11220 W Hwy 81              Many Sizes                     Sat. Call first                                                                                            PM Supervisor
     * 8 Miles west of Beloit       In Stock!!                    Sunday: Closed                                      Health Unit Clerk
  PH 608-879-3321                                              Owners: Phil & Glenda Wenger
                                                                                                           Beloit Health and Rehabilitation Center is             Beloit Health & Rehab, an Extendicare facility, is
                                                                                                                                                                  seeking dynamic individuals to provide quality care and
                                                                                                           currently hiring for a full-time, (40 hours/
                                                                                                           wk. & every other weekend), Health Unit                leadership for the following positions: RN’s and LPN’s.
                                                                                                           Clerk. Medical, dental and vision, and 401K            Requirements:
                                                                                                           benefits available. Medical records and unit           • Position requires a current license to practice in
                                                                                                           clerk experience is required. If interested,             the state as RN or LPN
                                                                                                           please stop in to complete an application or
                                                                                                           send resume to:                                        • SNF or LTC experience
                                                                                                                    BELOIT HEALTH AND                             • Ability to relate positively, effectively, and
                                                                                                                  REHABILITATION CENTER                             appropriately with residents, families,
                                                                                                                   1905 WEST HART ROAD                              community members, volunteers and other
                                                                                                                      BELOIT, WI 53511                              facility staff.
                                                                                                                   EOE/AAP                               86979
                                                                                                                                                                  • Must meet all health requirements as required by law.
ASSEMBLE MAGNETS                       CDL DRIVER                  DIRECTOR OF NURSES                                                                             We offer excellent salary and benefits package
     AND CRAFTS                 Needed        immediately,           43 bed SNF, 40 hours/
     FROM HOME!                 Class A CDL driver with at                week. R.N. only.                                                                        including immediate no-cost health insurance
Year-round Work! Excel-         least 1 year of driving ex-        LTC experience required.                                                                       for full-time nurses.
lent Pay! No Experience!        perience with flatbed or            Call: St. Elizabeth Home
 Top US Company! Glue           lowboy. Need clean driv-                                                                                                          Qualified candidates should submit a resume to
Gun, Painting, Jewelry &        ing record. Home every                                                                                                            Shameeka Martin, HR at smartin@extendicare.com
   More! TOLL FREE              other night. Call 608-757-           POST OFFICE NOW                            , Inc. is a furniture manufacturer
                                                                             HIRING!                                                                              or stop in to complete an application. EOE/Drug
     1-866-844-5091             2689                                                                      located in Walworth, WI. Our business is
***Not available in MD***                                             Avg. Pay $20/hour or                                                                        Free Workplace.
                                  We accept VISA,                   $57K annually including               growing and we are hiring a full-time                                                                       86980
                                                                   Federal Benefits and OT.
                                     Discover &
                                 Mastercard for your
                                                                   Place by adSource not af-
                                                                      filiated w/USPS, who
                                                                                                                 Project Specialist
                                Classified advertising               hires. 1-866-574-4781                As we grow we are adding work areas, new
                                                                                                          equipment and expanding our facility. We are
                                                                                                          looking for someone to oversee a variety of
                                                                                                          these projects as well as the process flow.
              LABORATORY TECHNICIAN                                                                       This is an hourly position. The ideal candidate
         We are currently seeking an individual with a minimum of a                                       will have previous project experience in a
         Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and at least 2 years                                       manufacturing setting. Mechanical auto cad
       experience in a laboratory setting, preferably with experience in                                  experience is a plus.
                               particulate count.                                                          We offer:
           If you are interested, please contact (262) 723-5669,                                            • 4 day work week, Mon.-Thur. 6 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                         Ext. 117 for an application.                                                       • very good starting wage and increases
                                                                                                            • medical and dental insurance
          This is a permanent, full time position in Elkhorn, WI
                                                                                     91764                  • 401k with company match
                                                                                                                                                                 3BR 2BA Foreclosure!          BELOIT: 1004 Bittel, 2 BR,
                                                                                                            • paid holidays and vacation                             Only $48,900!             1 bath, new carpet, new
                                                                                                          This is a great opportunity to work for a               Bank Owned! Call for         furnace, completely re-
                                                                                                                                                                                               modeled, 2 car detached

                                                                                                                                                                     Listings & Info.
                                                                                                          growing company and to become part of our                  800-279-1604              garage, new windows
                                                                                                          employee team.                                                                       throughout. $69,900. 608-
                                                                                                             To apply in person, come to our office at           FREE MONTH’S RENT OFFER UNTIL 11/30/08*
        AUTOMOTIVE LINE TECHNICIAN                                                                         807 Wisconsin Street, Walworth, WI
                                                                                                           We are located in the Walworth Industrial Park,       ROBINWOOD PLACE
   General Motors training and experience preferred.                                                         two blocks north of downtown Walworth               West Hart Road & Robinson               SUNSET
                 ASE Certified a plus.                                                                                                                           Drive in Beloit
                                                                                                                         Integra, Inc.                           2 Bedrooms with Garage
                                                                                                                                                                                              Sunset Drive in Milton
               Apply in person to Dan                                                                        Mail: PO Box M Walworth WI 53184                    Sewer & Water
                                                                                                                                                                 Cable TV                      2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
     In Elkhorn, 1/4 mile south of I-43 on Hwy. 67                                                                  Phone: 262-275-2161
                                                                                                                                                                                     Attached Garage, Washer/Dryer
                                                                                                                     Fax: 262-275-3614                                                                   Central air
                                                                                                                           E-mail:                                                                             $750
                                                                                                            HumanResources@integraseating.com                       We welcome cats, no dogs – Application Fee $25 –
                                                                                                                   www.integraseating.com     91572
                                                                                                                                                                                Call Sharon (608) 290-4361
                                                                                                                                                                        Visit us online www.TheSchirmFirm.com
                                                                                             91770                                                                          *Free rent will not be first month.    86100
                                                                                                                                   communityshoppers.com                                                     MESSENGER ■ Sunday, November 23, 2008                   17

           OPEN SUNDAY 2:00-4:00
268 Sunset Dr., Janesville                                         $157,900
          (Directions: Signs from W. Court St. & Sunset Dr.)
Nice move-in condition ranch on a large treed lot. New roof,
deck, storage shed. Recently renovated bath w/whirlpool tub.
New flooring, water heater, newer drs. New LL office. Large
family room. 4th LL bedroom.
MLS #1537136                    Tom Tinker (608) 365-4164

                                               For more
                                         Open House Information
                                              Please go to
     PREMIER                                openhouse.com
10602 Franklin St., Suite 1
       Roscoe, IL
     (608) 362-5200                                                        87013

                  Westside (Janesville)

 • 4 Bedrooms     • Beautiful woodwork
 • Brand-new roof • Brand-new windows
BUE’S REALTY & AUCTION (608-362-0700)

                                                                                              OPEN SUNDAY • NOV. 23rd • 2-4 PM
                                                                                                       2327 Chaparral Dr., Janesville, WI

                                                                                            QUALITY! Features tiled foyer, oak floors, great room w/vaulted
     WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26, 10-12 P.M.                                                         ceiling and fireplace. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 1st floor laundry and
                                                                                            only 5 years old! Appliances inc. Janesville, south side, easy access
                                                                                            to I-90, Avalon Rd-Hwy. 11, and Hwy. 51..........................$170,000
                                                                                               Directions: Hwy. 51 to east on Kellogg, south to Dupont to
                                                                                                               east on Burbank to Chaparral
                                                                                                           Joan M. Waite • Stateline Realty

                                                                                                           Clinton, WI • Cell: 608-774-1681                                87057

           Wed., Dec. 3 - 5:30 P.M.                                                                 Wed., Dec. 3 - 5:30 P.M.
        910 Euclid Ave. – Beloit, WI                                                          847 Townline Ave. – Beloit, WI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              WHAT’S UP, AUTO DOC?
                 Hackett St. to east on Euclid Ave.                                                    St. Lawrence Ave. to north on Townline Ave.                                                                            You’ve no doubt heard of E85 by now,
      We’ll conduct the Auction for this property at United Country                             We’ll conduct the Auction for this property at United Country                                                                 a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15
       Beloit Auction & Realty, Inc., 534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI                              Beloit Auction & Realty, Inc., 534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI                      WHO AM I?                                  percent gasoline. The idea, of course,
                                                                                                                                                                                   To guess his secret identity, read         is reduce consumption of fossil fuels
                                                                                                         m                                                                         the following clues!                       by replacing them with biofuel that
               m                                                                                  Minimu
        Minimu                                                                                    Openin
                                                                                                         g                                                                         1) His father was a motorcycle racing      comes from corn crops. While that all
        O pening                                                                                     Bid                                                                                                                         sounds well and good, a debate
                                                                                                                                                                                   champ who retired in 1935 to pursue
                0                                                                                  $40,00                                                                          broadcasting.                                    rages on about the use of fossil
         $40,00                                                                                                                                                                                                                         fuels to make the ethanol, to
                                                                                                                                                                                   2) This son got his own start in broad-
                                                                                                                                                                                   casting in 1948 when a planning glitch                  using valuable farmland to
                                                                                                                                                                                   put him in front of the microphone.                        product crops that are
                                                                                                                                                                                   3) After that, he was in high demand,                          not intended as food.
                                                                                                                                                                                   commentating Formula One races.                                 What is not up for
   The perfect 2-story home for your large family.                                           Attractive & updated, this 3-bedroom ranch                                            4) At age 85, he is retired, although he                         debate, however, is
   5 bedrooms - 2 full baths - 2 kitchens - dining                                                                                                                                 has said, “never say never,” about a                             the fact that alcohol
                                                                                             home is in move-right-in condition. Newer
   room - hardwood floors - 1st floor laundry - full                                         carpeting, furnace, & water heater. Eat-in kitchen                                    possible return to the spotlight.                               does not have the
   basement - 2-car garage - partially fenced back                                                                                                                                 STILL STUMPED?                                                same performance
                                                                                             & family room. The 2 1/2-car heated garage
   yard. It’s vinyl sided for easy upkeep & has                                                                                                                                                                               punch by volume as gasoline when
                                                                                             with extra storage has street & alley access.
                                                                                                                                                                                   icon for six decades.
   central A/C. Minimum opening bid of $40,000.                                                                                                                                                                               used in “flex-fuel” vehicles. That
                                                                                             Minimum opening bid of $40,000. ACT NOW.
                                                                                                                                                                                   has been a broadcasting
   ACT NOW. This United Country property can be                                                                                                                                    Walker should be. He                       means you just can’t go as far on a
   YOURS.                                                                                    This United Country property can be YOURS.                                            “voice” of Murray                          gallon of E85 as you can with gaso-
                                                                                                                                                                                   not be familiar, the                       line. A vehicle that gets 20 mpg using
            Previews: Sun., Nov. 23 - 1:00-2:00 P.M.                                                 Previews: Sun., Nov. 23 - 1:00-2:00 P.M.                                      Although his face might                    gas, might drop 25 percent to 15 mpg
                      Sat., Nov. 29 - 1:00-2:00 P.M.                                                           Sat., Nov. 29 - 1:00-2:00 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              when switched to E85. And although
               Richard Ranft, CAI, GPPA, AARE                                                                           Bill Perkins, GPPA, CAI                                                                               E85 reduces some types of tailpipe
         Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #237
     Registered Illinois Auctioneer #441.001071
                                                                                                                        Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #1956
                                                                                                                        Registered Illinois Auctioneer #441.00964
                                                                                                                                                                                   IT’S HISTORY                               emissions, others are produced. Is
                                                                                                                                                                                   ★ In 2005, a robotically driven Volkswa-   E85 right for you or the environment?
                                                                                                                                                                                   gen Touareg completed an 132-mile          Do a little research and decide for
         534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI                                                                        (608) 364-1965 • TOLL FREE: 1-877-364-1965
     434 1⁄2 E. Northwest Hwy. Palatine, IL                                                                             www.beloitauction.com                                      course across the Nevada desert in less    yourself, but the point is that just be-
Terms: 10% buyer’s fee. $2,000 earnest money required day of sale. $1,000 for Euclid required day of sale. Balance due at closing within 30 days. Property offered “as is” with    than seven hours at an average speed of    cause it’s not gasoline doesn’t mean
no contingencies. Successful bidder will be required to sign a standard offer to purchase. Property to be sold subject to owner confirmation.                          87078       19 mph.                                    it’s perfect.
18           MESSENGER ■ Sunday, November 23, 2008                                                            communityshoppers.com
                                                                                                  diesels in Europe, however, as
                                                                                                  the gasoline models there are                                     What you should know           2009 BMW 335d
                                                                                                  actually a rarity. The new                       Type             Four-door, rear-wheel-drive mid-size sedan
                                                                                                  sedan joins the X5 xDrive35d
                                                                                                                                                   Engine           3.0-liter DOHC inline six-cylinder diesel, twin-turbocharged (265 hp)
                                                                                                  sport utility wagon as BMW’s
                                                                                                  2009 diesel offerings.                           Transmission     Six-speed automatic
                                                                                                      Meeting strict new emis-                     Market position Diesels are a rarity in North America, but BMW has now joined German rivals
                                                                                                  sions standards is accom-                                         Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen in introducing models here.
                                                                                                  plished by capturing all of the                  Points           ☛ Popular 3-Series is the ideal platform to launch first diesel Bimmer in 25 years.

   BMW ’s 3 Series                                                                                usual nasty, smelly diesel soot
                                                                                                  produced by the 265-horse-
                                                                                                                                                                    ☛ Fuel economy improves by about one-third when compared to the gas-pow-
                                                                                                                                                                    ered 335i for about $4,000 higher list price ☛ Torque at low revs is right where

   adds a new                                                                                     power 3.0-liter inline six-cylin-
                                                                                                  der and then injecting a
                                                                                                                                                                    you need it. ☛ Restyled sedan appears more defined. ☛ Optional iDrive controller
                                                                                                                                                                    upgraded for easier of use, but its practicality is up to you to determine.

   diesel dimension                                                                               chemical called AdBlue (which
                                                                                                  is urea) to convert it into am-
                                                                                                                                                   Safety           Front airbags; side-impact airbags; side-curtain airbags; anti-lock brakes;
                                                                                                                                                                    traction control; stability control.

                                                                                                  monia. The remaining gaseous                     The numbers      MPG (city/hwy): 23/33 Base price: $44,700 (excluding $900 tax credit)
                                                                                                  vapor comes out the tailpipe.                    By comparison Volkswagen Jetta TDI Mercedes-Benz E320 Lexus GS 450h
                                                                                                      AdBlue is stored in a 4.5-                                       Base price: $22,700             Base price: $54,200                Base price: $57,200
                                                                                                  gallon heated reservoir located                                      Low-cost turbo-diesel           Full-size luxury diesel            Gas-electric hybrid
                                                                                                  behind the rear bumper,                                              gets great mileage,             with lots of features              adds power but still re-
                                                                                                  enough to clean the exhaust for                                      makes lots of torque.           and interior room.                 duces fuel costs.
                                                                                                  about 15,000 miles. Fluid top-
                                                                                                  ups are supplied by the dealer
                                                                                                  for the first four years or
                                                                                                  50,000 miles as part of the
                                                                                                  BMW’s no-charge maintenance program.                                       includes six airbags, climate control, eight-way
                                                                                                      The 335d generates a whopping 420 pound-feet                           adjustable front seats, rain-sensing wipers, auto-
                                                                                                  of torque between 1,750 and 2,250 rpm. This im-                            dimming rear-view mirror and a power moonroof
                                                                                                  pressive amount of twisting force is primarily due                         in addition to the expected amenities at this level.
                                                                                                  to the engine’s twin turbochargers of differing                                BMW’s optional console-mounted iDrive knob,
                                                                                                  sizes. The smaller of the two operates at lower                            which controls most of the car’s onboard functions,
                                                                                                  speeds to help reduce dreaded turbo lag, which is                          including navigation, has been augmented with
                                                                                                  the time delay between when the accelerator pedal switches that provide a direct link to the system’s
                                                                                                  is pressed and when the turbo’s boost kicks in. As                         key functions instead of you having to scroll
                                                                                                  the car speeds up, the larger turbocharger comes                           through menus.
                                                                                                  into play. A six-speed automatic transmission sup-                             With its performance and fuel-saving attrib-
                                                                                                  plied by General Motors takes care of the shifting.                        utes, the 335d has to be considered a relative bar-
                                                                                                      BMW claims the 335d will reach 60 mph in six                           gain for less than $45,000. And you know that if
                                                                                                  seconds flat, a time that rivals the rest of the 3-se- BMW is willing to drive a diesel into North Ameri-
                                                                                                  ries fleet, excluding, of course, the 414-horse gas-                       can showrooms, that others are not far behind.
                                                                                                  V8-powered M3.
                                                                                                      But what blows the field away is the car’s ex-                           Burtness Chevrolet of Whitewater

                                                                                                                                                                                                 BIG T
                                                                                                  traordinary 23/33 mpg city/highway fuel-economy                                                                                               Help Us Reach
                                                                                                  rating. By comparison, the 300-horsepower 3.0-liter                                                                                           For every new & used
                                                                                                  twin-turbo 335i gasoline model earns a 17/25 rating.                                                            end of month                      vehicle sold thru

                                                                                                      As with the updated-for-2009 3-Series sedans                                                                BLOWOUT                           12/20/08 at both
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     dealerships in

                                  By MALCOLM GUNN                                                                                                                                                                                              Orfordville & Whitewater
                                WHEELBASE COMMUNICATIONS                                          and wagons, the 335d benefits from revised front                                                                                              we will donate $100 to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the Salvation Army,
                                                                                                  and rear bumpers, a new hood, trunk lid and side                                                                                               Echo, Orfordville Cup
                                                                                                                                                                                 Our Entire

                                                                                                  sills as well as reshaped headlamps and taillights.                            Inventory                                                           Food Pantry or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Whitewater Food Pantry.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Must Go!
         or years the BMW 3-Series                    pletely new here, but you would                 Inside, the power-window switches have been                                                                                                Our goal is $20,000,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                help us reach our goal.
         has been home to a wide                      have to go back to the short-lived          more conveniently placed and the floor console
         range of products geared to                                                              has a larger storage tray. The coupe, convertible
                                                                                                                                                                                       Act Now... They Won’t Last Long!
                                                      1984-’85 524td to find the last pro-
         nearly every entry-luxury                    peller-logoed oil burner to find sanc-      and M3 variants remain unaltered for the 2009                                                                                       SALE PRICE
taste.                                                tuary in a select few North American model year.                                                                          2008 Chevrolet HHR – Black, power windows
   Now you can add an economical-                     garages.                                        The 335d includes high-tech features such as a                            and locks, tilt & cruise, keyless entry.......................$11,988
to-operate diesel-powered sedan to                         Now the four-door 335d turbo-          system that sets the brake pads closer to the ro-                             2008 Saturn Aura XR – Silver, cloth,
the current list of gas-powered                       diesel is arriving and it’s a very big      tors should the driver suddenly let off the gas. In                           all power options...................................................$15,988
coupe, sedan, wagon and convertible                   deal for the German automaker               this case, brake sensors presume that a hard stop                             2008 Chevrolet Uplander – Maroon,
models.                                               since it’s emissions legal in all 50        might be close at hand and a shorter reaction time                            middle row captains seats......................................$12,988
   Diesel Bimmers are not com-                        states. BMW is no stranger to               might be required. The standard-equipment list                                2008 Pontiac Grand Prix – Silver, 4 dr.,
                                                                                                                                                                                3.8 V8, all power...................................................$13,975
                                                                                                                                                                                2007 Chevrolet Impala.....................................$11,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2007 Pontiac G6 – Silver, 4 dr.,
                                                                                                                                                                                V6, spoiler, alloy wheels.........................................$11,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2007 Chevrolet Silverado – Maroon, ext. cab,
                        Hesser - Hyundai in Janesville                                                                                                                          2WD, 20 inch Giovanna wheels..............................$18,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2007 Chevrolet Impala.....................................$11,488
                                      Hwy. 14 next to Target • (608) 314-8222                                                                                                   2006 Buick LaCrosse CXL – White, alloy
                                                                                                                                                                                wheels, heated leather seating, only 18,500 miles.....$16,588
                                  See us online at www.hesserhyundai.com                                                                                                        2006 Buick Rendezvous – White, front wheel
                              “November is Customer Appreciation Month at Hesser Hyundai”
                                                                                                                                                 $20 Gift Card                  drive, cloth seating................................................$12,988
                                                                                                                                               with any test drive
                                                                                                                                                    Fri. & Sat.                 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt – 4 dr., power windows
                                                                                                                                                Limit 1 per family.             & locks, tilt & cruise, only 13,300 miles.......................$9,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2006 Chevrolet Silverado – Blue, ext. cab,
                                                                                               for New &                                                                        short box, Z71, 4x4...............................................$18,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2006 Chevrolet Silverado – Green, ext. cab,
                                                                                                                                                                                short box, Z71, 4x4...............................................$18,488
                                                                                               Pre-Owned Vehicles                                                               2006 Chevrolet Impala.....................................$11,988
                                                                                                                                                                                2005 Chevrolet Equinox – Silver, AWD,
                                                                                                                                                                                power window & locks ..........................................$11,988
              “Hey, Look at these GREAT PRICES!”                                                                                                                                2005 Chevrolet Malibu – 4 dr., V6, auto.,
             H50228   2005 Nissan Sentra, 37k miles.............$8,995               H50383  2004 Mercury Gr. Marquis GS.............$7,995                                     all power options ..................................................$10,988
             H50232   2004 Kia Spectra Sedan, Auto............$5,995                 H8256A 2002 Mazda Protege 5, Loaded............ 7,995
                                                                                                                                               $                                2005 Saturn Vue – Red, front wheel drive, 4 cyl.,
                                                                                                                                                                                manual transmission ............................................$10,988
             H50251   2005 Kia Sedona Van, Only 51k miles. . . .$8,995               H50381  2006 Dodge Stratus SXT....................$8,995
                                                                                                                                                                                2005 Pontiac G6 – White, 4 dr., auto., sunroof......$10,988
                      2005 Hyundai Santa Fe, Only 30k miles.............                     2007 Chevy Cobalt LS Coupe, Auto.. . . . .$9,995
                                                                                                                                                                                2005 Ford Explorer – Blue, 4x4, cloth seating.....$11,988
             H50254                                                                  H50393
                      ..................................................... 13,995
                                                                                     H8320A 2004 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 4 dr., only 47K miles. 9,995
                                                                                                                                                                                2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer – Silver, 4x4,
                      2007 Kia Rio, Only 9k miles.................. 9,995                                                                                                       new tires, cloth seating..........................................$10,988
             H50347                                                                  H50391  2004 Saturn Ion Level 2 Sedan..........$8,995
             H50422   2007 Hyundai Elantra, Sunroof, loaded. 12,995        $
                                                                                     H50395  2004 Kia Rio Cinco Wagon, Auto., A/C. .$6,995                                      2004 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx – Sport red,
             H7014A 2005 Pontiac Montana Van, Loaded. . . . . 5,995
                                                                                     H50403  2007 Mazda 3 Sedan,                                                                only 29,000 miles, all power......................................$9,988
                      2003 Chevy Astro, AWD..................... 5,995       $               Red, auto., 29k mi.............................. 13,995
                                                                                                                                             $                                  2004 Pontiac Grand AM – 4 dr., auto.,
                                                                                                                                                                                only 10,200 miles....................................................$8,988

             H50268A 2003 Chevy Silverado Xcab, Leather, 4x4. . 13,995
                                                                           $         H50408  2005 Suzuki Verona Sedan, Sharp.......$9,995
                                                                                                                                                                                2004 Chevrolet Impala LS – Black, 3.8 V6,
             H50402   2007 Kia Rio LX Sedan, 24k miles........$9,995                 H50421  2007 Nissan Versa S, Blue, loaded. . . . .$12,995                                  spoiler, cloth seating................................................$8,988
                                                                                     H8260A 2006 Toyota Corolla LE, Leather, loaded. . . 14,995
             H50400   2007 Kia Optima LX, Factory warranty. . . .$10,995                                                                                                        2003 Chevrolet Silverado – Red, 3/4 ton,
             H50396   2007 Hyundai Elantra, P. sunroof, loaded,                      H9025A 2007 Toyota Prius, 1 owner, 38k mi. . . . . 22,995
                                                                                                                                             $                                  4x4, extended cab, short box, duramax diesel..........$16,988
                      factory warranty.................................$12,995       H50420A 2007 Chevy Cobalt LT Sedan........... 10,995
                                                                                                                                             $                                  2003 Dodge Ram SLT – Silver, quad cab, 4x4,
                                                                                                                                                                                only 43,000 miles..................................................$11,988
             H50404   2007 Ford Focus, Loaded....................$9,995              H50349  2007 Kia Rondo LX, DVD, loaded........ 12,995   $
                                                                                                                                                                                2001 Toyota Tundra – Maroon, 2WD, V6, auto.,
             H50405   2007 Chrysler P.T. Cruiser, Loaded. . . . . .$9,995            H50364  2007 Chevy Monte Carlo LT, Loaded, sharp..$11,995                                  ext. cab, only 60,600 miles........................................$9,488

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$500 POLICE IMPOUNDS                     1992 GEO TRACKER, ex-                      1999 COUGAR, 6 CYL,                     2004 PONTIAC VIBE, CD                                  1993 JEEP CHEROKEE,                                        1993 FORD AEROSTAR,
99 Honda Civic $600 obo!                 cellent condiiton, $1,000                  auto, sun roof, has 2000                player, PW, keyless entry,                             2 DR, 4x4, incredible mpg!                                 runs great, clean, some            SELL YOUR MOTORCY-
 02 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4                  OBO. 608-313-0092                          engine, new alternator,                 excellent       condition.                             4 cylinder, 5 speed, 107K                                  rust $1,000. 262-441-9614                   CLE/
$1650. 97 Cadillac Deville                                                          runs great, $3,300 OBO.                 $10,000. 608-362-6382                                  miles, needs brake work,                                                                      BOAT/PONTOON/RV/AT
  $1,400 obo! More Cars                  1996 Honda Accord, Ex,                     608-362-3697                                                                                   driveable, excellent run-                                  1999 GMC SAFARI SLE,                   V OR SLED! THE
   from $500! For listing                $1,500 OBO! Runs good,                                                             2007 CHEVY COBALT LT                                   ner, $2,100. 262-723-5431                                  AWD, very good condition,           LARGEST MARINE &
  800-546-2991 ext N150                  for listings & info 800-495-                                                       17K mi, like new, great                                                                                           rear air, new brakes & ro-
                                                                                    1999 MERCURY Cougar,                                                                                                                                      tors, good tires, great run-       MOTORSPORTS FACILI-
          (wcan)                         0660 X 3514                                                                        MPG, $10,995 OBO.                                                                                                                                    TY NEEDS YOUR ITEMS
                                                                                    4 cylinder, nice, clean car,                   262-903-6508                                                                                               ner. Must see. $4,895.
                                                                                    runs great. 30 plus mpg,                                                                                                                                  262-723-5376 or 262-949-             NOW! "CASH PAID"
 $500! Police Impounds!                   1998 BUICK LESABRE,                       worth $3,000, will consider             2008 PONTIAC G6-GT,                                                                                               2908                               SHAWANO TOLL FREE
 Hondas/Chevys/Jeeps &                   83K, Texas car, 25+ mpg,                   any offer, must sell. 262-              dark gray, selling due to                                                                                                                             = 866-955-2628 (wcan)
           More!                         great shape, $5,595 OBO                    745-6223                                health reasons. 4dr, sun-                                  CLEAR OUT that spot                                    2003 GMC SAVANA 3500
                                               608-362-4460                                                                 roof, spoiler, XM radio,                                 for winter. CASH for your                                Extended      cargo     van,        TRAILERS @ LIQUIDA-
     Cars from $500!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TION PRICING. FOR
For Listings 800-773-2204                                                                                                   like brand new, 1,800                                     unwanted running car or                                 shelving & bulkhead pack-
                                         1998 CHEVY PRISM,                          2004      BUICK      REN-               miles. $19,000 OBO. 608-                                    truck. 608-756-0014                                   age included. Well main-            BOAT, ATV, SLED OR
                                         121K, new brakes, runs                     DEZVOUS CX, 3.4L, V6,                   774-1474                                                                                                          tained & ready for work               PONTOONS. 2 OR 4
1986 CHEVY Celebrity,                    good $2,100 OBO, 608-                      74,500 mi, white with gray                                                                                                                                $6,500. 815-629-2168                 PLACE/OPEN OR EN-
40K on rebuilt motor, $300               754-3895                                                                             Donate A Car Today To                                                                                                                              CLOSED. SAVE HUGE @
                                                                                    trim $8,900. 262-248-2166                 Help Children And Their
OBO. 608-756-0179                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  AMERICAN MARINE,
                                         1998 Honda Accord Only                                                               Families Suffering From                                                                                                                               SHAWANO -- TOLL
                                                                                                                             Cancer. Free Towing. Tax                              1986 DODGE pickup, top-
 1987 MAZDA RX7 GXL,                               $1050!                           2004 DODGE Stratus R/T                                                                         per, V8, hitch, auto, $700                                                                       FREE 866-955-2628
  leather seats, Borbet                    Buy Police Impounds!                     with auto stick, fully load-               Deductible. Children's                                                                                                                                     (wcan)
                                                                                                                             Cancer Fund Of America,                               OBO. 608-921-3462                                          1998 BANSHEE, lots of
  wheels, $2,200 OBO.                     Many Makes Available!                     ed, moonroof, $8,000,
      262-903-6507                       For Listings 800-671-1134                  OBO, 262-742-2021                           Inc. www.ccfoa.org                                                                                            extras $2,000, old school
                                                                                                                                  1-800-469-8593                                   1995 JEEP Wrangler with
                                                                                                                                                                                   plow, straight stick, 4 cyl,                               GT BIKES $250-$500, 15
                                                                                                                            No Credit Poor Credit                                  $5800. 608-754-0308                                        to choose from. 608-921-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0761                               2007 TRITON, 2 place, 12'
                       Prices You                                                                                           Need a car? Call Mr. Ray
                                                                                                                            608-676-2273                                                 1999 CHEVY S-10,
                                                                                                                                                                                        68,490 miles, 5 speed,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              28' CHATEAU, queen in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              rear, lots of storage inside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 V-nose open snowmobile
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  trailer, drive on, drive off,
                       $ Can Be                                                                                             USED CAR & Truck Parts.
                                                                                                                            We buy Junk Autos and                                        cover, $4,500 OBO.                                   & out, sleeps 8, $26,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OBO. 608-346-0168
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 all aluminum $1,400 OBO.
                                                                                                                            Trucks. Newville Auto Sal-                                      608-207-3877
                         Thankful                                        BUDGET                                             vage, Hwy 59, Edgerton.
                                                                                                                            608-884-3114                                           2003 FORD F250, diesel,                                     ATV'S, SNOWMOBILES,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                GO-KARTS & SCOOT-
                                                                                                                                                                                   148,000 miles, good con-
                       $                                                                                                                                                           dition, $14,000. 608-676-                                   ERS. OVER 600 ON DIS-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PLAY @ HUGE DIS-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 BOAT, PONTOON & ATV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 LIQUIDATION. OVER 400
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                COUNTS!! AMERICAN                NEW & USED. MUST BE
                                                                                                                            1967 FORD GALAXIE                                      2004 CHEVY SILVERA-                                           MARINE & MOTOR-                   SOLD NOW! DEMOS,
 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo SS                                                                                                  convertible with 390 V8,                               DO, V6, auto, air, bedliner                                  SPORTS SUPER CEN-                PRE-OWNED, SCRATCH
              Local trade, sharp                                                                                            black with white top,                                  & cover, new 18” tires &                                    TER, SHAWANO -- TOLL              & DENTS. ALL @ LIQUI-
                                                                                                                            $7,500. Call for more infor-                           wheels, very nice, $6,995                                     FREE 866-955-2628                  DATION PRICING.
                                                                                                                            mation 920-723-6527                                    OBO. 262-275-2026                                                   (wcan)
                    8,995                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         AMERICAN MARINE &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MOTORSPORTS SUPER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CENTER, SHAWANO --
                                      2000 Cadillac                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TOLL FREE 866-955-
                                                                                                    2004 GMC                                                                                                                                                                           2628 (wcan)
                                      Eldorado ETC                                                  Envoy XUV
                                        Local trade,
                                                                                                        One owner,
                                                                                                        local trade                In a Bankruptcy and Need a Car Loan?                                                                                                          BOATS & PONTOONS R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      US!! (OVER 700
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NEW/USED IN STOCK)
                                          7,995                                                     $
                                                                                                     11,995                                                                                                                                                                        "VISIT THE LARGEST
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    MARINE & MOTOR-
 1999 Olds Alero GL
 One owner, local trade......................$5,995
                                                               2004 Pontiac Montana
                                                               Local trade, quad seating.................$8,995
                                                                                                                                                      Contact Curtis 262-728-8777 at                                                                                             SPORTS SHOWROOM IN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     THE USA & SAVE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HUGE" AMERICAN MA-
 2003 Ford Focus ZX3
 Hatchback, great mpg.......................$6,995
 2000 Chevy Impala
                                                               2000 Buick LeSabre
                                                               Local trade, low miles.......................$8,995                                          Kunes Country Auto Group                                                                                             RINE & MOTORSPORTS,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SHAWANO FREE 866-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      955-2628 (wcan)
                                                                                                                                                   • Open bankruptcy or discharged
 Local trade, nice shape.....................$6,995
 2000 Olds Bravada                                                       S O .... D
                                                               Laredo, 4x4, sharpL........................ 9,995
                                                               2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
                                                                                                                                           • All deals worked with little or no money down
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OUTBOARD MOTOR
 Local trade, loaded...........................$6,995                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NEW/USED. MERCURY-
                                                               2002 Chevy TrailBlazer LT                                                • All makes and models available • Current auto loan                                                                                       HONDA-EVINRUDE-
 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 Regency
 Conversion VanSOLD                                            Local trade, very nice.....................$10,495
                                                                                                                                                      - not sure how to handle it.                                                                                                 JOHNSON-SUZUKI.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SAVE HUGE @ AMERI-
 Local trade........................................$6,995
 2002 Olds Silhouette Premier
                                                               2004 Jeep Liberty Sport
                                                               Local trade, flame red...........................$10,995                                                Give us a call.                                                                                           CAN MARINE & MOTOR-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  SPORTS, SHAWANO --
 Local, leather....................................$7,995
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TOLL FREE 866-955-
                                                               2004 Chevy TrailBlazer LT                                             We handle open Chapter 7 and 13. We have a                                                                                                       2628 (wcan)
 2003 Chevy Venture LT
                                                               Local trade, very nice!....................$10,995                   proven track record of getting loans for people in
 One owner, leather...........................$7,995
 2003 Chevy Venture Van LS                                     2003 Cadillac Deville                                                                  bankruptcy.
 Local trade, nice shape!....................$8,495            Local trade, 46,000 miles...............$12,995
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                                                                                                                                   Hyundai Holiday                                                                                                                               Clinton: 676
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Janesville: 314, 373, 741,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 752, 754, 755, 756, 757,
                                                                                                                                                                                   SALES EVENT                                                                                   Milton: 868
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                                                                                                                                                                               $3,000* BONUS CASH                                                       Tuscon                   South Bergen: 292
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                                                                                                                               UP TO $4,500 REBATE                                                                                                 UP TO $2,500 REBATE           Roscoe: 623
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                                                                                                                                            2008                                          The All New                                                    2008                    Harvard: 943
                                                                                                                                                                                         2009 Genesis                                                                            Loves Park/Machesney
                                                                                                                                                                                      Lease as low as $399                                                                       Park/Rockford:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 226, 227, 229, 262, 282,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 394, 395, 397, 398, 399,
                                                                                                                                   Vera Cruz                                                                                                             Azera                   489, 494, 633, 636, 637,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 639, 654, 765, 877, 961,
                                                                                                                               UP TO $4,500 REBATE                                                                                                 UP TO $4,000 REBATE           962, 963, 964, 965, 966,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 967, 968, 969, 987
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sonata                                                                      262 Area Code
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Bergen: 296
                                                                                                                                                                                                    UP TO                                              Entourage                 763, 767
                                                                                                                                        Tiburon                                                    $3,500†                                                                       Darien: 724, 882
                                                                                                                               UP TO $1,750 REBATE                                                 REBATE                                          UP TO $5,000 REBATE           Delavan: 728, 740
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 East Troy: 642
                                                                                                                                                                                  5-STAR                                                                                         723, 741, 742, 743
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wholesale pricing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Call Mr. Ken
                                                                                                                                        May include military rebate and owner loyalty. Per zone records 2007. Warranty with new Hyundai models only!
                                                                                                                                                 *Financing in lieu of rebates. Incentives subject to change 11/30/08. See dealer for details.
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