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Published Weekly - Vol. 36, No. 19 - May 9-15, 2012 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com
2005 NISSAN 350Z
2008 FORD F150
1997 DODGE D3500 4x4, 5.9 Turbo Diesel!!
2007 TOYOTA SIENNA VAN
2011 BUICK ENCLAVE AWD
2004 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
2005 CHEVY IMPALA LS
2007 FORD F150 KING RANCH
Low Miles, 3.8L, Like New!
Way Below Book, All The Options, 4x4!
2006 FORD F350 SUPER DUTY KING RANCH
2008 TOYOTA TACOMA SR5 TDR Super Clean, Pristine Condition, 4x4!
Loaded, Leather, Flawless!
2004 DODGE DAKOTA SLT
2007 CHEVY K2500 LT
2005 NISSAN MURANO AWD
2008 VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG
Diesel, Leather, Loaded!
AWD, Immaculate, Loaded!
2011 TOYOTA VENZA AWD
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY
Loaded, Leather, Vista Roof
ONLY 8,000 MILES
2008 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
2008 VOLKSWAGEN GTI
Only 38,000 Miles, 4x4, All The Options!
Only 27,000 Miles, Turbo, Leather, Loaded!
2001 FORD F350 4x4, Crew Cab, 7.3 Diesel!!
2006 FORD F150 SUPERCAB XLT Low Miles, Immaculate!
2003 CHEVY 1500HD
2009 GMC YUKON DENALI
Only 62,000 Miles, 4x4 Crew Cab!
2006 FORD F250 SUPERDUTY
2011 HONDA CR-V EX-L AWD
LIKE BRAND NEW
2009 CHEVY MALIBU
2007 HUMMER H3
2007 CHEVY 3500 LT
AWD, 36K Miles, Like Brand New!
2006 DODGE RAM 1500 LARAMIE 4x4, Hemi, Mega Cab, Pristine Condition!
2005 CADILLAC DEVILLE
2005 HONDA ACCORD EXL
Loaded, Leather, Great Ccondition!
Auto, Sunroof, Leather, 76,000 Miles
2007 HONDA ELEMENT
Leather, Loaded, Auto, Low Miles!
4x4, Duramax, Leather!
Hemi, Mega Cab, Low Miles!
Only 22,000 Miles, 4x4, 6 Cylinder!
2007 VOLKSWAGEN GTI
Luxury Pkg, Low Miles, Like Brand New!
24,000 Miles, Loaded, Like New!
Loaded, Leather, Navigation, Low Miles
2010 FORD EXPEDITION
2011 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
Leather, Loaded, Low Miles!
Leather, Loaded, 19,000 Miles, Immaculate!
AWD, 7 Passenger, Super Clean!
2009 FORD F150
2007 FORD FREESTYLE SEL
2006 DODGE 1500 4X4
Alloy Wheels, Super Clean, 42K Miles! $
SO SOLD 16,829
2008 CHEVY IMPALA
Low Miles, Loaded, Auto, 30+ MPG!
Only 8,000 Miles, Sporty, Like Brand New!
2009 TOYOTA COROLLA LE
2011 KIA SOUL
6.0L, Crew Cab, Nice Truck!
2002 BUICK LESABRE
2009 NISSAN FRONTIER
2004 CHEVY 2500 4X4
AWD, R/T, Leather, Loaded, Low Miles, Immaculate!
4x4, Dually, 49K Miles, Immaculate!
2009 DODGE JOURNEY
Low Miles, Like Brand New!
LIKE BRAND NEW
2008 CHEVY 3500 LT
15,000 Miles, Like Brand New!
6.0L Gas, Perfect Condition, 4x4!
32K Miles, AWD, Like Brand New!
Lariat, 49K Miles, V10!
2006 GMC SIERRA 1500HD
SO OLD SO S SO SOLD SOLD
4x4, Auto, Runs Great!
Only 54,000 Miles, Auto, Leather, Loaded!
2010 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY
Crewcab, 4x4, Longbox!
2003 CHEVY BLAZER LS
2004 DODGE RAM 3500 LARAMIE
2007 GMC HD K3500
Leather, Sunroof, FX4, Low Miles!
Only 36,000 Miles, Loaded, Leather, Like New!
2010 FORD FUSION AWD SPORT
LEATHER & SUNROOF
2006 FORD F150 CREW CAB
V-6, EX-L, 8,000 Miles!
2005 GMC SIERRA 2500 HD SLT
Loaded, Leather, Sunroof, Low Miles!
2011 HONDA ACCORD
1989 DODGE D250
Only 74K Miles, Super Clean!
SO SOLD 16,999
LIKE NEW 4x4, 360, 4 Speed!
Only 49,000 Miles, 3rd Row, 4x4!
2007 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 4x4!
2006 DODGE MAGNUM AWD
2011 CHEVY IMPALA LT
1999 CHEVY 1500
2005 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
4x4, Super Clean
SXT, Stow-nGo, Only 81,000 Miles
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This Month in History
Across 1. Mercury and Mars 5. Half a dozen 8. Birch relative 13. ___-American 14. The “O” in S.R.O. 15. 1/100th rupee 16. Negative vote 18. Certain tribute 19. Reserve supply 20. Bauxite, e.g. 22. Caribbean, e.g. 23. Addis Ababa’s land: Abbr. 24. Breastplates 26. Atlanta-based station (acronym) 27. Recombine audio tracks 29. Bad day for Caesar 30. Mozart’s “L’___ del Cairo” 31. One stroke over par 33. Young raptor 36. ___ baseball (2 wds) 38. Puddinglike dessert 40. “Ciao!” 41. 30-day mo.
42. Blockhead 44. Stagger 48. “20,000 Leagues” harpooner ___ Land 49. Mexican American 51. Victorian, for one 52. Anger 53. Appetite 54. Additions to usual pay 56. Caterpillar, for one 58. Morse code device 60. Saved on supper, perhaps (2 wds) 61. Barely gets, with “out” 62. On the safe side, at sea 63. Appears 64. ___ gestae 65. Amount to make do with
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May 10 1865 - President of the fallen Confederate government, Jefferson Davis, was captured with his wife near Irwinville, Georgia, by a detachment of Union General James H. Wilson’s cavalry. 1869 - The first U.S. transcontinental railway was completed as a golden spike was driven into the tracks at Promontory Point, Utah. 1899 - Fred Astaire, actor, dancer, and choreographer, was born in Omaha, Nebraska. 1930 - The first U.S. planetarium opened in Chicago. 1976 - “The Rest of the Story,” a spin-off of Paul Harvey’s popular news and commentary radio program, was aired for the first time. 1994 - Former political prisoner Nelson Mandela was inaugurated as President of South Africa. May 11 1812 - British prime minister Spencer Perceval was assassinated by businessman John Bellingham, who was angered by his failure to obtain government compensation for war debts. 1858 - Minnesota became the 32nd U.S. state. 1888 - Songwriter Irving Berlin, composer of “God Bless America” and “White Christmas” among many other songs, was born in Tyumen, Russia. 1910 - Glacier National Park in northwest Montana on the Canadian border was established. 1927 - The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was officially established at a dinner in Hollywood’s Biltmore Hotel. 1981 - Reggae legend Bob Marley died of cancer in Miami Beach, Florida. May 12 1820 - Florence Nightingale was born in Florence, Italy. 1847 - Mormon pioneer William Clayton invented the first odometer to measure the distance crossed in a covered wagon. 1907 - American actress Katharine Hepburn was born in Hartford, Connecticut. 1937 - George VI was crowned at Westminster Abbey in London, following the abdication of his brother, Edward VIII. 1949 - The Soviet Union lifted its 11-month blockade against West Berlin. May 13 1607 - The first permanent English colony of Jamestown was founded on the west bank of the James River in Virginia by 100 English colonists. 1846 - Congress declared war on Mexico, which led to the eventual annexation by the U.S. of land that became parts of Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, Utah, and Colorado. 1973 - Tennis stars Bobby Riggs and Margaret Court faced off in a $10,000 winner-take-all match, dubbed the “Battle of the Sexes.” 1981 - In an attempted assassination, Pope John Paul II was shot twice at close range while riding in an open automobile in St. Peter’s Square in Rome, Italy. 1992 - For the first time in space history, three astronauts from the space shuttle Endeavour walked together in space. May 14 1607 - The first permanent English settlement in what is now the U.S. was founded in Jamestown, Virginia. 1686 - German physicist Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, whose name is attached to one of the major temperature measurement scales, was born in Danzig, Germany. 1796 - English physician Edward Jenner discovered the first vaccine for smallpox. 1804 - Captain Meriwether Lewis and Lieutenant William Clark left St. Louis with a 33-member group in order to find a route to the Pacific. 1930 - Located in southwestern New Mexico, Carlsbad Caverns was proclaimed a national park and preserve. 1973 - Felda Looper was appointed to the House of Representatives as the first formal female page. 2000 - The first Million Mom March took place as women rallied in Washington, D.C., and 60 other U.S. cities to urge Congress to pass stronger gun control legislation. May 15 1856 - Lyman Frank Baum, creator of the Wizard of Oz stories, was born in Chittenango, New York. 1930 - Ellen Church, the first flight attendant (called a stewardess at the time), worked a flight for United Airlines from San Francisco to Cheyenne, Wyoming. 1940 - Nylon stockings were sold for the first time in stores throughout the country. 1971 - Donald F. Duncan, inventor of the yo-yo, died in Los Angeles at the age of 79. 1972 - George Wallace, a former governor of Alabama, was shot by Arthur Bremer while Wallace was in Laurel, Maryland, campaigning for the U.S. presidency.
5. Having more rough protuberances 6. “___ say!” (contraction) 7. Wood sugar 8. ___-ski 9. ___-tzu 10. Dilation of heart chambers 11. Core 12. Knock (hyphenated) 14. Double-reed woodwind 17. Loud electric horns 21. Something done to restore a broken chair 25. Excellent in all respects 28. Wading birds with long slender down-curved bills 32. Faust author 34. Everlasting 35. Expert 36. Victim of homicide 37. Food 38. Strong light brown paper (pl.) 39. Run 43. Coldest season 45. Flea market deal 46. Breakfast order 47. Character preceding a number (pl.) 49. A primary subtractive color for light (pl.) 50. Denials 55. ___-Altaic languages 57. Animation 59. Barely get, with “out”
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Take the pennies. Using a calculator, you’ll see that by the 31st of the month, you’d have over a billion pennies worth more than $10 million ($5 million for a 30-day month). The stack - if it didn’t topple - would reach nearly 1,000 miles into the sky, having surpassed the value of the Ferrari on day 25 and made you a millionaire on day 28.
The dark spots on the moon are caused by basins on the moon filled with basalt. The moon reaches a temperature of 243 degrees F at midday on the lunar equator. At night, the temperature drops to -261 degrees. The Sea of Tranquility is on the moon, but is not a real sea. It is a “maria,” one of the regions that appear dark when looking at it. The footprints made by astronauts walking on the moon will not erode or blow away, as there is no wind or water on the moon.
By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.
Quick: If given the choice, would you take a new Ferrari or a stack of pennies that doubles every day for a month (a penny on day 1, 2 pennies on day 2, 4 on day 3, 8 on day 4, etc.)?
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Astronaut Neil Armstrong first stepped on the moon with his left foot. Astronaut Alan Sheppard hit a golf ball on the moon, sending it 2,400 feet.
Just 22 seconds’ worth of fuel remained when Apollo 11’s lunar module landed on the moon. You are always viewing the same half of the moon, since it rotates at exactly the same rate it is moving around the earth. Flying once around the moon is the equivalent of a round trip from New York to London. The last man to step on the moon was Gene Cernan in 1972. There are over 500,000 craters on the moon that can be seen from Earth.
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$1,000 FEATURED CRIMES: Larceny
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving larcenies reported on 4-25-12 that occurred at 507 Commercial Dr. Unknown suspects removed the spare tires from five camper trailers. The make & sizes of the tires are: Goodyear Marathon Radial ST205/75R15, ST205/75R14, Highway Master ST205/75R14 and a unknown brand ST225/75R15. Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving a larceny that occurred at Albertson’s on 04-27-12. Two unknown male suspects in a silver or tan 4 door Chevrolet pickup were seen pulling up to the back of the store. The two male suspects then loaded a white fiber glass Dry Ice Cooler into the back of the vehicle and drove away. The vehicle is equipped with a step bar running from the front to rear tires and has two small stickers in the back window. If you have information that can solve this or any other crime please call Crime Stoppers at 686-0400 or the High School Crime Stoppers at 682-4185. You can remain anonymous and may earn up to $1,000 in reward.
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How Not to Spring Clean Your Home
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Spring is in the air and thoughts turn to annual spring cleaning chores. Spring cleaning can be hard enough to squeeze into your busy schedule. But it can be even more difficult if you make some of the common mistakes people make when performing this annual ritual. To make your spring cleaning tasks easier, stay away from these common pitfalls.
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Don't try to tackle cleaning a room without a plan. Start by decluttering any area that you wish to deep clean. If you try to clean without removing items that are out of place or that need to be discarded, you will find that it takes much longer to accomplish your goal.
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Don't use the wrong cleaning products. Read the labels before using to ensure that you are using the correct type of cleaner. You should also be aware of any safety precautions you should take, including whether you need to have high levels of ventilation.
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Don't take on more than you can handle. It is admirable to have a goal of cleaning your whole house in a weekend, but it is sometimes better to only tackle one room a week. By doing this, you will ensure that each room is cleaned well and that you won't suffer from burnout.
Don't put it off. Spring cleaning is such a big job because we only do it once or twice a year. If you try to keep up with cleaning jobs throughout the year, you will find it easier to tackle annual spring cleaning work. Ignoring these chores only means that they will get bigger and bigger.
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LOCATION: Exhibit Hall Bldg. Sheridan Co. Fairgrounds For: Dr. George Ewan PC DDS - Retired
Selling several quality Antique & Collectable Items!!! Dish & Glass Items: Lg. set Billingsby Rose Spode Dishes w/ teapot, creamer & sugar; 12 Meakin England Plates; assorted demitasse cup & saucer sets; Haviland-France Limoges dishes; assorted platters & crystal bowls; & some nice crystal stemware sets. Plus pr. lg. ruby red vases; glass 3 pl. candle holders & others; neat old 8 pc. vanity set w/silver trim; pr. unique sm. dog bookends, 3 old floor lamps, pr. sm. unique white table lamps, Coca Cola tray, nice old wicker chair, & 2 old wedding dresses, old dress, Navy uniform, etc. Exceptional Furniture: Lg. oval dining table w/3 leafs & (6) chairs w/needlepoint seats; unique 6 legged matching buffet w/3 center drawers & 2 side drawers; lg. 3 sect. gold framed mirror (over buffet); & neat old matching china cabinet; ant. end tables - (1) 3 tiered, drop leaf w/2 drawers, rnd. tilt tops, sq. tops, set nesting & others; ant. loveseats/settees, assorted straight back chairs (some w/needlepoint); parlor/side chairs; poster bed & matching pr. twin beds (all have carving on post tops - very nice); 4 legged 4 drawer chest w/top carving; neat 4 legged vanity w/ full-length tilting mirror; nice assorted chests of drawers; 4 pine bar stools; wood storage boxes; old floor lamps; trunk; cedar chest; plus other like items not listed in this ad. Come to the Friday viewing to see it all!!! Regular Furniture & Items: Sofa, recliner, occasional chairs, pr. suede wingback chairs; desks, sm. 3 & 4 shelf bookcases, Sony TV w/stand, Dell computer, twin bed frames, sm. vanities, Admiral 20 cu. ft. upright freezer; 2 sm. patio sets, plus other items! Model 70 Win. 30.06, assorted ammo, 2 Army knives & fishing poles. Badley Guest Consigned Items: Lg. dining table w/leaves & cover; 8 velvet seated dining chairs; pine twin headboards, 3 drawer dresser, & desk; sm. white chair & bedroom bench; 3 sunroom chairs; oak & pine dressers; Navy blue Hyda-bed couch; white chair w/fringe; sm. desk & bookshelf; bar stool; 12 assorted lamps; pictures & decor items; washer & dryer. Other Guest Items: (sell 1st - then on with Ewan dish & glass pcs.) Lg. old 4 leg wood butter churn w/wheel & handle by Standard Church Co; (2) butter molds; butter stamp; butter bowl w/paddle; dark pine Ethan Allen dry sink w/copper pan; Pitney Bowes postal scale & lg. collection of Beanie Babies/dolls. Note: Be sure to attend Friday, May 11th "Open House" from 1 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to see Ewan's super sale items!!!
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SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012 â€˘ TIME: 10:00 A.M. SHARP!
Don't hurt yourself. Take care when lifting heavy objects and moving furniture. If necessary, ask for help before attempting strenuous tasks. Don't be distracted. Let your answering machine handle any incoming phone calls and keep visits from family and friends to a minimum. If you focus only on your spring cleaning job, you will finish faster. In fact, if you are constantly interrupted, you may end up simply abandoning the job at hand and could find that you have trouble getting back to it.
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Extra Special Breakfast Treat Perfect for Mom “These chocolate waffles are rich and moist and the sweet cream cheese glaze and crunchy pecan topping makes them a decadent and delicious his Mother’s Day, treat mom to something meal that any special with these spectacular red velvet mother would love!” waffles! Home cook Nicole Luciana-Epperson came up with this creative concoction for her mom and it truly dazzled! The waffles come together fast using a mix, and the super scrumptious cream cheese glaze is easy enough for the kids (or even a husband!) to help with. Yum! See step-by-step photos of Nicole’s recipe and thousands more from other home cooks at: www.justapinch.com/redvelvetwaffles Nicole LucianaYou’ll also find a meal planner, coupons and Epperson chances to win! Enjoy and remember, use “just a pinch”...
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3 c waffle mix 2 eggs 1 1/2 c water 1/3 c vegetable oil 1/4 c unsweetened cocoa powder 3 oz cream cheese, softened 3 tbsp powdered sugar 1/4 tsp vanilla 3 tbsp milk 1/2 bottle red food coloring (approx. 25 drops) 1/2 c chopped pecans, lightly toasted
• Add cocoa powder to waffle mix and blend. • Add red food coloring until you get the “red velvet” color you want. • Cook waffles in waffle maker. This will make 5-6 Belgian waffles or 10 regular waffles. • With a mixer blend cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla and milk. • Pour glaze into saucepan and warm on med-low. Stir frequently. • Serve red velvet waffles with Directions warm cream cheese glaze • Heat waffle maker. Mix and toasted pecans on top. waffle mix and eggs, water, Delicious with a side of fruit and oil according to pkg or bacon. instructions. Submitted by: Nicole Luciana-Epperson, Sarasota, FL (pop. 51,917)
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