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Danica Patrick ends racing career with crash at Indy 500 Danica Patrick, driver of the No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet for Ed Carpenter Racing, was credited with a 30th-place finish in the Indianapolis 500 following an accident in Turn 2 on lap 68. After starting the race from the seventh position, Patrick pitted under green flag conditions at lap 29 and again under caution at lap 50. Patrick took the green flag in the 14th position at lap 55. On Lap 68, the No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet spun in Turn 2 and made contact with both the inside and outside retaining walls, causing significant damage to the car. Patrick was evaluated and released from the infield medical center.

Danica Patrick, driver of the No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet for Ed Carpenter RacingI know that’s not how you wanted your day to end. What happened? “I do feel like it was unexpected, but on the other hand, the car was turning more than I wanted it to. I was just having to chase it a lot. Turn 2 did seem a little bit more edgy than the other corners, but I can’t say that in that point in time that I was on edge or felt like I was. “It just swung around as soon as I committed back to the throttle. I wasn’t expecting it by any means, but I think it just goes to show that these cars are tough to drive. All the drivers out there are great drivers. It was definitely not the way I wanted to end, of course. “I wouldn’t want to end any year like this, but being my last race, it definitely makes it a lot worse. I did have some good moments here this month. I won’t forget that, and I won’t forget my fans either.” DANICA PATRICK RACING PHOTO The Shopper What did this month and the fans, for GoDaddy and for Ed Car“Danica Double” mean to you? penter Racing for giving me a good Roscoe native Danica Patrick raced at Indy for the last time on May 27. Although she’s retiring from “I’m appreciative for all of the car. Today was a tough day. I will racing, she has big plans as an entrepreneur. say, though, for sure I’m very grateful for everybody and will focus on turning her “side hustle” business efforts for being able to finish it up like I wanted to. There were into full-time endeavors. That effort starts with attending still a lot of great moments this month and a lot of great the Auction Napa Valley event in California next week on behalf of her vineyard. moments this year.” Patrick, the sole proprietor of Somnium Wine, will be a part of her first live auction lot as her vineyard has partNext Up... After closing out an impressive, history-making career nered with Amizetta Estates and Gamble Family Vinein motorsports with Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, Patrick yards on a luxurious collaborative vintner lot.

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Rockford Chapter NSDAR holds ‘Evening of Remembrance and Reflection’

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As a Memorial Day Event and a commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, Rockford Chapter NSDAR invited the public to an evening ceremony of “Remembrance and Reflection,” honoring the heroes who died in combat and those who returned from the Vietnam War and later succumbed to illnesses from ‘Agent Orange.’ Attendees witnessed the faces of these veterans that were reflected off the wall of the memorial as their names were called and a bell tolled in memory of their sacrifice for our country. Information supplied by DAR member Inis Bloomster noted, “May 28, 2012 through November 11, 2025, had been proclaimed by President Obama so that we, as a grateful nation, might honor these heroes through programs, ceremonies and activities. More than 58,000 patriots gave their lives during the Vietnam War to secure democracy for future generations. The Wall in Washington, D.C. has the names of those who sacrificed all they had, etched in black granite. The committee that oversees that wall, determined that there should be a picture of each patriot on a kiosk located at the site. “The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was asked by the Defense Department to partner with the Vietnam Veterans Association to help find pictures of the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice, to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of that war. “After the DAR Continental Congress was held, each representative of the 3,000 DAR Chapters went home with instructions to search for pictures of these heroes. With the help of Honorary Regent Bloomster, Rena Snyder and the Rockford Public Library, the Rockford Chapter was able to find all the pictures of the 71 patriots from Winnebago County who died in combat. After the Chapter displayed a collage of pictures at a function, it became evident that something should be done locally so our heroes’ young and handsome faces could be remembered. “Our city, Rockford has a ‘crown jewel’ waiting for your visit! The LZ Peace Memorial is that jewel and is located at Midway Village and Museum Center, 6799 Guilford Road. Returning veterans formed the Viet-

nam Veterans Honor Society and created this beautiful monument that was dedicated in 2005. The names of Winnebago County patriots who gave the ultimate sacrifice are etched into the black granite Wall of Honor. “’LZ’ stands for ‘Landing Zone.” These locations in Vietnam were places where hope and medical treatment for wounded soldiers could be found. The medical helicopters used them to evacuate the injured. “One of those Hueys is on display at the memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Honor Society felt the name, LZ Peace Memorial, was a natural name for a place to honor the Veterans of Winnebago County who made the ultimate sacrifice. he Rockford Chapter felt it would be the perfect place to put the pictures of the men on display as well. “On Memorial Day in 2015, a display case, donated by the Rockford Park District, was unveiled at the LZ Peace Memorial. Members of the Rockford Chapter were on hand to participate in the event. The case was erected so that the faces of the heroes were facing the granite wall bearing their names. At that presentation, one Vietnam veteran said, ‘This is a long-awaited act of healing.’ “In addition to the Wall of Faces, the Rockford Chapter had a banner made and these men have been remembered at the Rockford Airfest, the Wall of Healing, and they ‘marched’ in the Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Veterans Day parades. “Many citizens of Rockford are unaware that the LZ Peace Memorial is the only one of its kind in America. It not only has the granite wall with the names of Winnebago County combat casualties and the wall of faces but it also bears the names of men who have died from Agent Orange. “Agent Orange is a powerful herbicide and defoliant containing trace amounts of dioxin, a toxic impurity suspected of causing serious health problems, including cancer, genetic damage in some persons exposed to it and birth defects in their off-spring. It was used by the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War to defoliate jungles. It is called Agent Orange because of the color of the stripe on the container it was stored in. “Many Vietnam Veterans are succumbing to illness caused by having contact with this defoliant. A quote from the program from the last Agent Orange Memorial Service on May 6,

Clifford Johnson VFW Post No. 9759 member Ken Seay, left, had a chance to talk with Gold Star Mother Angie White at the ceremony May 27 that honored Winnebago County’s Vietnam War and Agent Orange casualties. White’s son, Ken, died in combat in Vietnam on May 1, 1969, while enroute to a friendly ambush site, where a hostile force was encountered at Hau Nghia Province.

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At the Daughters of the American Revolution special memorial held at dusk May 27 at the LZ (Landing Zone) Peace Memorial - Vietnam Veterans, located adjacent to the Rockford Museum Center/Midway Village, a number of Vietnam vets were in attendance. Front row from left are: Tony Piccirilli, Lou Gugliazza, and Tony Bove. Standing in the rear are John Muscarello, left, and Chuck Larson.

2017 says, ‘They weren’t killed in the The LZ Peace Memorial helicopter is pictured in this photo. war but Vietnam is what killed them. One day they’re listening to the iconic ‘Paint It Black’ and the next day it’s Taps ‘blowin’ in the wind.’ “Veterans who have died from Agent Orange have been added to the memorial periodically. The Rockford Chapter NSDAR is honored to be a part of this historical monument and we have been following and archiving the Vietnam Veterans who have died from the effects of Agent Orange.”

The Vietnam Veterans Society plaque at the LZ Peace Memorial notes: “We honor their commitment and devotion...”

The Rockford Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution member Inis Bloomster spent approximately two and half years tracking down pictures of the county’s Vietnam casualties and Agent Orange victims for a slide presentation held at the LZ Peace Memorial May 27. All the names were read while a bell tolled for each serviceman. Many of the Agent Orange casualties have passed on within the last decade or two - their number as high as those killed in action during the war.


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Italy was, of course, spectacular and delizioso. Ciao! Ciao! That’s Italian for hello and goodbye. I posted many (molti) photos on Facebook of our recent Italy trip. There are molti more; if you want to see them, meet me for a bicchiere di vino. We did the usual tourist bent and partook of pizza, pasta, bruschetta, wine, tiramisu, and gelato, and anything on the menu that appealed. We wandered the main places and took in the sights. And we also let magic happen. Quite often, the highlights of travel are the unexpected delights. My Prince wanted this trip to be more relaxing than I sometimes allow. (I like to see it all, do it all, eat it all.) I had already been to Florence and Pisa, so I was in line with his desire to spend more time in our town and not fill our days with too many day trips. (For the record, if I had wanted to

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revisit those places, he would have accommodated; he’s that kind of guy.) We explored Cortona and Assisi (and are planning a group trip back to this part of Tuscany. If you are interested, email me at info@kellyepperson.com) By hanging out more in Montecatini Terme, our home for the week, we were able to get to know the town. We were spontaneous and got tickets for the Opera Festival one night (with prosecco and canapes in the rose garden during intermission) and went to Teatro Verdi the next for lovely music from a small all-female orchestra with one very talkative piano man. Unable to understand a word he said, we loved the music. Walking back from dinner one night, we happened on to live music at a gorgeous cocktail joint a block from our hotel and opted for a late-night nightcap as we listened to an Italian guitar man

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sing a wide variety of songs including American classics like “Route 66.” One evening’s dinner was made extra special for me because the background music was entirely Robbie Williams, the British crooner who I came to adore when I lived in France a dozen years ago. We also had the best dessert at that restaurant, ricotta pear ice cream. Simple, elegant, light, refreshing, delizioso. The town had a wonderful “central park” green space that we loved to wind through, as well as strolling

the streets for window shopping (and people watching). The central square (sort of a triangle in a circle actually) was lively every night quite late. We enjoyed watching families, young couples, groups of teens, old people, all hanging out and reminded that no matter our nationality, people are people. Montecatini Terme is a spa town, meaning thermal water spas. Terme means natural hot springs. The waters of the local springs contain several minerals and are known to treat liver and digestive disorders. You can visit as a tourist simply to see the amazing architecture and grounds of the hundreds’ years old site or you can also drink the waters for healing – but only with consult from the in-house doctor. And you have to show up at 8 a.m. and not have eaten breakfast. I remained a tourist and opt-

ed not for the full experience of drinking hot water. We spent time chatting with a local shop owner who loves to practice his English and once again felt the commonality of humanity, no matter where we were born or raised. That is the real beauty of travel. We get to experience things outside of our norm, and we get to see that borders on a map are arbitrary. Sitting in an international airport, you see people from everywhere. We all smile, laugh, cry, and sneeze the same. I love to travel to experience new things and confirm one old thing: we are all humans, fellow travelers in this game of Life. It’s a beautiful thing. Ciao! Kelly Epperson invites you to join her weekly newsletter at www.kellyepperson.com.

Seven wonders – of life: Appreciating good things We’ve all heard of the Seven Wonders of the World. Most of us couldn’t name them all. I couldn’t so I Googled and discovered I hadn’t even heard of some. Embarrassing, I know. Unfortunately I’m more familiar with embarrassment than the Seven Wonders of the World. Actually, it’s more complicated than one list of seven wonders. The original list was compiled eons ago, in years BC. Most of those wonders don’t exist anymore. Since then, various entities have compiled various lists of various seven wonders so there isn’t one definitive list anymore. All these wonders got me wondering. Not about wonders of the world, but wonders of a more personal nature – ones we all experience as part of the human condition. If we were to choose a lucky seven, what would they be? My list is by no means an

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end-all, but I thought I’d give it a try. The wonder of trust is one of the first wonders all mini-humans experience. We are created with a need to trust in others. We are literally born into the role. It’s a big thought put into practice by tiny beings. Another innate and initial wonder is that of touch. Before entering this world, single-birth babies have never experienced touch, yet it brings them almost immediate gratification moments after entering the world as they are calmed by the warmth and soft-

ness of a mother’s chest. Our need to trust and touch one another often develops into the wonder of love. Love is a wonder, not only because it creates a bond linking two beings, but because love can take numerous forms. There is love for the family, love for friends, romantic love, platonic love, love for a pet. Love can come and go or it can remain for a lifetime, but the bond between humans and the people and pets they love is life-sustaining, nearly as much as the air we breathe. I’m a big proponent of kindness so I’m going to include it on the list. Kindness is best when put in action. The other day while in the check out line, a woman in front of me left her place in line (along with her cart, purse and phone) to help an elderly woman with a cane who wasn’t able to open the door to enter the store.

When the helpful woman returned to her place in line, the cashier said, “That was nice of you.” I found the helpful woman’s response simple and profound. She said, “There’s always time to be kind. Some day I may need someone to open the door for me.” I love a good joke, hence the fifth on my list: laughter. The health benefits of laughter are numerous and well documented. But the real wonder lies beyond that. Laughter is an innate human response. We aren’t taught to laugh; it is part of our universal human vocabulary and is practiced and understood by people of all cultures. I could go anywhere in the world and my laughter would be understood. Laughter is contagious. It builds bridges between people. Like touch and trust and it binds us together. We were all born to laugh – no joke. What would a list of wonders be

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The following arrests are on file at the Loves Park and Machesney Park Police Dept. Readers are reminded that suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

– Logan J. Paulson, 28, on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor, failure to signal/improper signal, and improper Lawmakers could soon be delane usage veloping new tools to combat the Harlem Road/Cadet Road – seemingly endless, and still growHector Hernandez, 49, on charges ing, issue of robo-calls, thanks to Loves Park of operating a motor vehicle with legislation filed by State Sen. Dave May 20 a suspended/revoked driver’s li7003 N. Alpine Road – James cense and failure to signal/im- Syverson (R-Rockford) that passed the Illinois Senate on May 25. Edward Carrington, 51, on proper signal “These calls aren’t about sales charges of a warrant/summons/ or capitalism, they are pure harasssubpoena May 24 ment,” said Syverson. “This legis100 E. Riverside Blvd. – ClydisN. 2nd St./Copper Dr. – Adam ha Alexis Wilson, 26, on charges Joseph Newman, 31, on charges lation will allow us to put together of operating an uninsured motor of driving under the influence of new methods of combating the constant menace of robo-calls.” vehicle with a suspended/revoked alcohol and improper lane usage Syverson’s Senate Joint Resoludriver’s license1912 Juniper Lane tion 59 would create the bipartisan – Jeffery S. Mount, 55, on charges May 25 Illinois Automated Dialing and Soof violating an order of protection 1297 West Lane Road – Dalton Clifford Ave./Hollis Ave. – Joel A. Manley, 26, on charges of op- licitation Task Force. The members J. Ford, 30, on charges of oper- erating an uninsured motor vehi- of the task force would study penating an uninsured motor vehicle cle, license plate violation, pos- alties for violating the Do Not Call with a suspended/revoked driv- session of a controlled substance, List and penalties for call spoofing, er’s license and a registration/title possession of drug equipment, as well as exploring any new technology for preventing robo-calls. violation illegal use of a cell phone, and a The task force would be made up warrant/summons/subpoena of four members of the General AsMay 21 9915 Orlando – Dalton Antho6340 N. 2nd St. –Richard J. ny Manley, 26, on charges of a sembly, one member appointed by the governor, two members from the Morales-Harling, 23, on charges warrant/summons/subpoena Illinois Attorney General’s office, of a Rockford PD warrant 8441 Crooked Bend Road – one member from the Illinois State Scot A. Cincinnati, 46, on charges Police Department, and five memMay 22 of possession of 30 grams or less Forest Hills Road/E. Riverside of cannabis and possession of bers from the telecommunications industry appointed by the Governor Blvd. – Robert S. Trousdale, 35, drug equipment and the four legislative leaders. on charges of operating a motor Mitchell Road/West Lane Road “The panel will enable us to devehicle with a suspended/revoked – Kristie P. Fidder, 39, on charges velop real solutions to stop the calls driver’s license of driving under the influence of 5500 Forest Hills Road – Bet- alcohol, driving under the influ- and punish those responsible,” said tye M. Cable, 26, on charges of ence of alcohol (over .08), and Syverson. “We will also have the opportunity to look at technology that operating an uninsured motor ve- speeding can prevent these types of calls from hicle with a suspended/revoked driver’s license, a cancelled/suspended/revoked registration, and illegal use of a cell phone 6315 N. 2nd St. – Anthony D. Walker, 53, on charges of attempt “Today we rode the SMTD to locate/foreign warrant bus to Old Settlers Days with 6315 N. 2nd St. – Tommy D. Cooper, 47, on charges of a warMom and Dad! It was fun!! rant/summons/subpoena

May 24 6425 Oak Crest Lane – Michael J. Wood, 29, on charges of criminal damage to property 5207 N. Second St. – Alex M. Fredd, 56, on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked driver’s license and a registration/title violation May 25 N. 2nd St./Theodore St. – Lawrence J. Grezlik, 39, on charges of operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving under the influence of drugs, driving under the influence of alcohol, transportation of alcoholic liquor, improper lane usage, and failure to signal/ improper signal Hart Road/N. Perryville Road – Branden Michael Manees, 37, on charges of operating an uninsured motor vehicle, speeding, and other moving violations (non-specific)

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May 20 Alpine Road/West Lane Road – Davarion J. Harris, 29, on charges of operating an uninsured motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked driver’s license and a cancelled/ suspended/revoked registration 5191 Zenith Pkwy. – Altonae E. Murray, 19, on charges of theft under $500 May 22 9308 N. 2nd St. – Jerry E. Heinze, 46, on charges of criminal trespass to land and attempt to locate/foreign warrant

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May 23 Alpine/Maple – William J. Brewer, 27, on charges of operating an uninsured motor vehicle with a suspended/revoked driver’s license 1400 Maple Ave. – Heather M. Yungen, 28, on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration for no insurance

ever reaching our phones.” The legislation is part of a package of bills filed by Senator Syverson to combat robo-calls, which also includes Senate Bill 2573, which would punish auto-dialers for “spoofing” or hiding their actual


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IL Hwy. 251 to east on McCurry Rd. to south on Northgate Dr. to west on Greensview Dr. to west on Greensview Circle Superb location overlooking the Ledges Golf Course 17th green. 4 bedroom, 3 bath ranch style home with attached 2-car garage & deck. Exposed finished basement with hot tub room. 2 fireplaces – family rooms – dining room & eatin kitchen – 1st floor laundry. Vinyl siding – central A/C – workshop. $142,000 minimum opening bid.

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Terms: This is an ONLINE REAL ESTATE AUCTION. 10% buyer’s fee. $3000 earnest money required by 2 P.M. Wednesday, June 20 at Beloit Auction & Realty offices – 534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit, WI. Balance due at closing within 30 days. Property offered as is with no contingencies. Successful bidder will be required to sign a standard offer to purchase. Minimum opening bid $142,000.

Offering a Large Selection of All Brand New in the Box Items! Compressors; Huge Selection Power & Hand Tools; More Tools & Equipment; Tool Boxes; Generator; Welder; Name Brands Including Dayton, Stanley, Milwaukee, Betterbilt, Rubbermaid, Ironton, Speedaire, JET, Kennedy, Rigid, Porter Cable, Ryobi, Strongway, Air King & Many Others; Much More!

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LARGE ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 23 (Storm Date: June 24) • 10:00 A.M. KEVIN & LISA HUNZIKER

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3874 S. Rock City Rd., Ridott, IL (815-990-3462)

Location: East of Freeport, IL to Ridott Corners, 1 ¾ mi. south of US 20 on Rock City Rd. to farm. Note: 30+ yr. Family Collection of Antiques. This auction is loaded w/ high quality, many rare items. Kevin & Lisa have decided to down size their collection. Put this date on your calendar! FURNITURE-GLASS-TOYS: 1930 Voss Flo-To Copper Wash Machine; Freeport Wood Manse Pump; 6 Pressed Back Leather Seat Chairs; Pressed Back Oak Platform Rocker; Oak Pressed Office Chair; Walnut Settee; Lovell Wringer; 20+ Crocks & Jug; Oak Cottage Organ; Curved glass China Hutch; Wicker Items; Bentwood Chairs; 6 armed Tavern Chairs; Spool Bed; 1900’s Walnut Victorian Bedrm. Set incl. marble top Dresser, Commode, Gentlemen’s 7 D. Chest; 1942 Walnut Bedrm. Set w/ 2 Chest Drawers; Oak Secretary, drop front; Oak Gentlemen’s Dresser; Assort oval Picture Frames; Vintage Clothes; Arcade Grinder; Milk Bottles; Silver Plate; 1930’s Kitchen Cupboard w/ jars & flour bin; 6 Bowl & Pitcher Sets; Child’s Tea Set; Pens & Pencils; 15 assort. Kerosene & Elec. Lamps (some very old); 1900’s Wood Wall Clock, wooden works; Assort. Mantle Clocks; Tin Bracket Lamps; Double Globe Lamps; Stover Freeport Bracket Lamp; Walnut Sewing Rocker; Marble top Coffee Table; Walnut fainting Couch; Victorian Slipper Chair; Oak Wash Stand w/ D. Towel Bar; Child’s Wash Stand; Baby Buggy; Walnut Commode, 2 d; 5 Carved Sea Trunks; 1970 Postscript Steph. Co. History; Walnut Settee; Walnut Drop Leaf Table; Organ Stools; Victorian Carved Crest Chair; 2 old Floor Radios; Wicker Dress Form; Granite wear; Cheese Boxes from Sunny Hill Cheese Factory; Wash Tubs; Crockery Bowls; Old Hardware; 7-8’ Banquet Tables; Old Pressmn Wood Bowling Game; Lionel Train Set; Plus much more Misc. Items (3 wagons full). FARM RELATED – PRIMITIVES-ADVER-MISC: 1950 Gulf Gas Pump (No Nox Ethyl); Wagon Seat; Oil related items; 1 Horse Cutter, restored by Frank Oschner; Old Harness & Collars; Harness Hooks; Wood Wagon Jack; Tongue, single tree; Other Horse Items; 40’ Wood Ex. Ladder; Corn Dryers; Yard Decorations; Steel Wheels; Wood 50 gal. Barrels; Bee Hive; Fair Bank Platform Scale; Scoup Boards; 2-30” Oval Enamel Coca Cola Signs, double sided; Pleasant Prairie Yearbook; Brass Family items from German Valley; McNess & Rawleigh Items; 1970 Postscript Steph. Co. History; McVille Ohio Sword; Lots of sm. Freeport, Ridott, Forreston, German Vy, Adeline Adver. Items. Terms: Cash or check w/ picture ID. Lunch Stand & Porta-Pot available New Website: proauctionsllc.com RICK GARNHART, AUCTIONEER • IL Lic: 440000901,WI Lic: 2844-52 German Valley, IL • 815-238-3044

BAR LIQUIDATION AUCTION SAT., JUNE 16th, 2018 • 11:00 A.M.

LOCATION: 622 S. State St., Belvidere, IL 61008 (Old Bush Gardens)

SELLING ALL CONTENTS OF BAR & RESTAURANT. SEE WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE LISTING. Owner: Ryan Crombie TERMS: Cash or checks w/proper I.D. Visa, Mastercard & Discover accepted. 9% buyers premium w/4% discount for cash or check. No property to be removed until settled for. All items sold “AS IS”. Number system will be used. Must have valid I.D. for registration. Not responsible for accidents or items after purchase. Announcements day of sale prevail over written material.

LEE AUCTION SERVICE

Belvidere, IL 61008 - Cell # 815-988-0249 AUCTIONEER: LYLE LEE, IL. State License #440.000200 / WI #2863-52 CLERKS & CASHIERS: LEE AUCTION SERVICE

A beautiful contemporary 2,117 SqFt Log Home sitting on 1.5 acres. Built in 2002; this 3 Bed – 2 Bath Home has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, a floor to ceiling stone fireplace, knotty pine walls, and great 3-Season Screened Porch.

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TERMS: 10% of purchase price, NON-REFUNDABLE, to be paid down the day of auction. With the balance of the purchase price due and payable on or before day of closing, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 2018. Possession will be given on the day of formal closing. Property will be sold in AS-IS condition without any contingencies. All announcements made day of sale will take precedence over written terms.

SAT., JUNE 16th – Rockford Liquidation Warehouse Auction. 6638 – 11th St., Rockford, IL – 10:00 A.M. Hack’s Auction & Realty Service, Inc., Pecatonica, IL, 815-239-1436, hacksauction. com SAT., JUNE 23rd – Gene & Rhonda Hambley Auction. 12488 N. Meridian Rd., Rockford, IL – 10:00 A.M. Hack’s Auction &

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1980 O’DAY 19’ SAILBOAT boat, motor, trailer, great condition $2,400 630-220-7663. 1990 MELGES MC 16 FOOT Fiberglass Sailboat. Includes sails & trailer. Good condition. Currently on trailer in Delavan Lake area. $400. Call or text me at: 815-482-3602. 2001 TAHOE 202 DECK BOAT 150 Mercury, $8,000 815-5688421 22’ SYLVAN CRUISER BOAT, includes trailer, 90 hp Mercury & 5 hp trolling motors & 4 downriggers. Asking $5,600. Call 678895-2100. MUSKY/WALLEYE BOAT 1993 18’ Ranger 690 Fisherman, 175 hp Evinrude V6, w/ss prop, 2 axle ranger trailer w/brakes, Minkoota auto pilot, on board charger, runs great, $9,000 OBO, 262-7633209 leave message.

2015 FLAGSTAFF MICROLIGHT 21’ Camper, walk around bed, 1 slide out, power awning, 715-299-7723.

VIKING POP UP CAMPER sleeps 6, 1 queen bed, microwave air & heat, screen house & much more, $3,250, 262-6625322.

Farm Machinery

ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR WD narrow front, good condition. $3,000 plus two 3 bottom mounted plows. $300 each. 262806-5048

I H 1486 Good condition. Priced reduced. 815-291-2381

Motorcycles

1985 BLUE HONDA GOLDWING 1200, 55,000 miles, runs good, asking $2,800, leave message 262-878-9229.

2000 HARLEY DAVIDSON HERITAGE SOFTTAIL 17,959 mi., runs great. $7,500 224-237-4536

2005 HARLEY 883 XL, 7320 mi., mid control, windshield, luggage rack & bags. Located in WI Dells area $4300 OBO 262-492-6351

2007 BAJA 250 CC CRUISER with receiver carrier, 9,000 mi., $975, 815-568-8421

Sports/Classic Cars

1988 AMC EAGLE WAGON, 4WD, shift-on-the-fly. AT, PB, PS, PW, PL, wire wheel covers, new tires. Last year of production, 66,000 original miles, $3,500, 262-642-9683.

Trucks & Trailers

15FT. TRAILER Good condition. 262-379-9793

2015 LOAD RUNNER INTERSTATE 5x8 enclosed trailer. Like new $2,500 262-495-2438

Campers and RVs

Vans, Mini Vans

1999 Coachman RV Trailer 36’ long, sleeps 6, 2 slides, center island kitchen counter, $5,800 OBO 815-347-0496

2005 DODGE CARAVAN runs great, $1,500 262-595-8956.

FOR RENT CLAYTON COURT APARTMENTS 51 Clayton Ct. Winnebago, IL 61088 1-815-335-7421 Immediate Openings for 1 & 2 BR Townhomes! Income Limits Apply (Max) Amenities: W/D hook-ups, Range, Refrigerator, A/C Units, On-site Laundry. Off Street Parking. No Lawn to Mow or Walks to Shovel!

COME SEE YOUR NEW HOME TODAY! Clayton Court is Professionally Managed PPM L.L.C. An Equal Opportunity Provider

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For details on placing an ad in our Classified Section

Call Mary Jane 815-654-4850 ext. 22 or email mjane@rvpublishing.com


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