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Free presentations offer solutions to back pain Allegiance Health will host two free community presentations to address back pain and to explore minimally-invasive treatment options to benefit anyone with back pain or related issues. Seating is limited for these free events. Call 888-
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AUTOMOTIVE 1986 FORD F150 PICKUP 4X4, runs good, asking $1200 OBO. 517-740-2590.
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• Top Off All Fluids up to 5 qts.
2007 PONTIAC G6- $11,900 Albion Motors 517-629-2400, 517784-9463
plus tax & $1 shop supplies
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2008 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $12,864. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
2007 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $12,864. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com. 2009 CHEVY COBALT - $12,323. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
2004 BUICK LESABRE - $9993. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com 2007 PONTIAC G6 - $20,550. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com 2007 CHEVY IMPALA $15,771. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
- Vans 2008 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY- $7,900 Albion Motors 517-629-2400, 517-784-9463 McDevitt
- Wanted Automotive rcook Vande Lake
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00-5:30
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2006 CHEVY SILVERADO $9871. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
1974 JEEP PARTS - 2 piece windshield, CJ6 frame, 4 springs, manual steering box, firewall cowling, windshield frame, upper-half windshield hinge for ’75 Jeep and older. Also 900-20 tires on Dayton rims. 517-262-1918, 517-5315209.
1986 CHEVROLET 3/4 ton pickup, 4x4, V-8. 113K miles, $1000. 517531-3743
TRANSMISSION REPAIR SPECIAL- starting at $495. Check our low prices on trans/axles and overdrives. Free towing. Pierce Auto, 517-623-6277
MOTOR HOME ´97 PACE AERO 34'
WANTED- BUTLER MOTOR SPEEDWAY race car photos fromthe ’50s and ’60s. 517-6177958
- Auto Parts & Repair 2001 MERCURY Sable- 4 door, dark red, needs transmission, body in good shape, new tires, $1,400, 517-629-5136
2007 CHEVY SILVERADO $18,643. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
REDUCED Dual air, generator, awning, low miles only $13,900
´01 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
J&D TRUCK AND TRAILER REPAIR: semi tractors, mid-size trucks, pickups, RV’s. Labor rates $55 hour. Jackson, Michigan. 514206-4693 517-812-7836.
Sunroof, loaded .................................$3,995
´06 HARLEY SOFT TAIL STANDARD
Fat tire, windshield, sharp ...............$11,900
´95 TRANS AM
T-tops, red .........................................$4,995
AUTO REPAIR BY certified technician - guaranteed lowest prices! Used tires, $20 each - mounting available, all sizes. Also buying junk cars. Phone 517-392-8806.
Full size, Fleetwood, sharp................$4,500
´03 S-10 BLAZER
2 dr., loaded, low miles ......................$5,500
´01 DODGE VAN
15 pass., runs good ...........................$2,795
´86 CHEVY 4x4 Lift kit............... $2,500 ´01 SEBRING CONVERTIBLE Engine doesn't run ..........ONLY $2,200 ´98 CHEVY ASTRO WORK VAN 4x4 Ladder rack, shelves ................. $2,500 ´95 CORVETTE Z06 Wheels, glass top ............. $11,900 HEMI Dodge 2004 Ram 4x4 ........................ONLY $10,900 ´03 Dodge Caravan 4 door, nice ................................ $3,995
-Sport Utility Vehicles FOR SALE - 1996 GMC Suburban 1500 series 4WD; towing package; running boards; all power; with cruise, air, leather and third seat. 147,800 miles. 4 new tires. $4300. 517-524-8254.
- Trucks 2000 FORD F-150 XLT 4x4, 6 cylinder 5 speed, A/C, CD player, 123K, $4500. 517-531-3743
WHEELS & TIRES
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO, Extended cab, 6-cyclinder automatic, 54,000 miles, good shape, $8200. 517-688-9531.
Priced to Sell
FOR SALE- 1990 Ford XLT Lariat 4X4, V-8, tow package, new tires, new brakes, auto window and locks, tilt, step rails, 12' bed and cap, rear slide windows. 517-6293232
Across from the hospital
1007 E. Michigan Ave., Jackson 517-783-1400
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2007 HONDA ACCORD $14,354. 1-800-721-7036 www.artmoehnchevy.com
2000 BUICK LESABRE- low miles, tan color, 30 miles per gallon. 517-784-5604
BUY THIS LESABRE for $500. Get $4000 from Uncle Sam when you trade it in. 517-592-4822, leave message.
INCREASE YOUR GAS MILEAGE! Parts for Complete Engine Tune-Up
Maintenance items not included. Ask manager for details. Must present coupon at time of service.
with an Oil Change
2008 DODGE AVENGER$10,700 Albion Motors 517-6292400, 517-784-9463
2003 VW DIESEL - 50mpg, 5 speed, sunroof, very good condition. Price reduced to $8400. 2000 VW Diesel 5 speed, very good condition, high mileage, price reduced to $5400. 517-270-2133
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1972 FORD MUSTANG convertible, 302 engine. $3000. Needs restored. 517-529-4341 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING$11,600 Albion Motors 517-6292400, 517-784-9463
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2007 MALIBU LS, 46,922 miles, burgundy exterior, gray interior, very good condition, 35mpg. $10,500. 517-569-2862
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2521 Wildwood Ave., Jackson 517-768-1817 Deke Wetzel, owner
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Dave’s Jackson Nissan celebrates grand opening of new dealership The ribbon was cut and the doors officially opened for Dave’s Jackson Nissan, located at 2400 Seymour Rd. Dealer Principal David “Eric” Williams and Executive General Manager J.D. Cox shared the honor of cutting the ribbon surrounded by their sales and service teams. Dave’s Jackson Nissan offers new and pre-owned auto sales with 8-10 sales associates as well as a service center and parts department. Williams started in the automotive industry over 30 years ago washing cars and purchased his first dealership 10 years ago. Currently, Williams
owns four dealerships; Dave’s Adrian - Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep, Dave’s 12 at 52 Pre-owned, Dave’s 99 at 12 Pre-owned and Dave’s Jackson Nissan. J.D. and Eric both reside in Jackson County. Williams’ business philosophy is simple, hold people accountable and keep the customer happy. He visits each dealership on a daily basis where he gladly accepts calls from customers no matter how large or small the issue. He encourages customers to call him directly at 1-800- NEWDAVES to share their experience.
Secretary of State offices to be closed for furlough day Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land reminds customers that all branch offices and the Office of the Great Seal will be closed on Friday, July 24 and Super Centers will close on Saturday, July 25 due to a mandatory state employee furlough day. The Department of State mails notices to motorists 45 days before their driver’s license or license plates expire to give them ample time to renew. Licenses and plates that expire on a day when state offices are closed, such as a holiday or weekend, can be re-
newed the following day without penalty. To expedite their visit, customers are encouraged to renew in advance as the branches will be busier before and after the scheduled closing. Motorists renewing license plates can “skip the trip” to the branch office and do business by mail, or if eligible, by Internet or touch-tone telephone. Easy to folow instructions can be found with the renewal notice. License plate tabs will arrive by mail within seven business days. License plate tabs can also
be renewed at Self-Service Stations, many of which are available 24/7. Visit the Branch Office Locator at www.Michigan .gov.sos to find a Self-Service
Station near you. With the exception of holidays, branch offices are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Military News ✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰✰ Army Pfc. Douglas P. Cockroft has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies; weapons; map reading; tactics; military courtesy; military justice; physical fitness; first aid; and Army history, core values and traditions. Additional training included development of
also provide Saturday hours from 9 a.m. to noon. For more information visit the department website at www.Michigan.gov.sos
Smaller branch offices may close for the lunch hour. On Wedesday most offices and Super Centers are open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Super Centers
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basic combat skills and battlefield operations and tactics, and experiencing use of various weapons and weapons defenses available to the infantry crewman. He is the son of Ron Cockroft of Albion. Cockroft graduated in 1999 from Springport Public High School, and received an associate’s degree in 2002 from Lake Superior State University, Sault Ste Marie.
1998 Chrysler Sebring LXi
2000 CHEVY 2500 W/T
Coupe, leather, clean car, p. roof/windows/locks, auto. Stk. #4180A
4x2 , auto., air, V8, very well maintained, great tow and work truck. Stk. #80370XA
1997 Toyota 4Runner 4x4
2005 Chevy Cobalt
Extremely clean, very well maintained, new tires. Only 73,500 miles. Hurry - hard to find! Stk. #10008A
4 dr., FWD, great fuel economy, keyless entry, auto., low payments. Stk. #4245A
2009 Chevy Impalas
1992 Ford Ranger XLT
4x4 2001 BMW 325 xi
2006 FORD F-150 FX4
AWD, p. roof, loaded, new car trade. Stk. #90047XA
Crew cab, 6’ box, loaded truck, spray in bed liner. Nice, local trade. Stk. #4240B
21,985* or $299*/mo.
1999 Olds Intrigue GL 3800
1998 Pontiac Bonneville SSEI
Local trade, beautiful, loaded, low miles, p. roof, keyless entry, leather, heads up display. Stk. #4264
GPS, hot wheels, clean, local trade, V6. Stk. #4226A
8,950* or $139*/mo.
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Picnic Perfect It's true - the kitchen is the heart of the home. Ever notice how people always gather there? Whether baking treats, making dinner or spending time with family and friends, the kitchen is my favorite place to be. Since my day job is Senior Culinary Specialist for the Nestlé Test Kitchens, you can bet I love to stir things up. This column lets me pass along to you some of my best recipes, tips and baking secrets. I don't know about you, but I love going on a summer pic-
nic. Getting outside in the fresh air is such a fun way to enjoy good food and good company. Whether your picnic spot is by the lake, in a park or in your own backyard, there are a few tricks you can use to make pulling off your picnic a breeze. • Keep it cool. Well-chilled coolers will keep drinks refreshing and cold dishes at a safe temperature. If you don't want to use bagged ice, try reusable gel packs. For a money-saving idea, rinse out 2-liter soda bottles and fill them 3/4 full of water. Freeze them over night and use them to keep things
cool. And by the end of the day, you'll have plenty of cold water to drink! • Keep it dry. In addition to a generously sized picnic blanket, take a tarp along, too. If the ground is damp, put the tarp under the blanket to keep picnickers dry. And if it rains, the tarp can be a quick cover-up. • Keep it clean. Take moist towelettes for sticky fingers and faces; plastic bags for trash and wet or muddy clothing; and protect food from insects with lightweight cloth napkins. (You can keep them from blowing off by sewing old keys or heavy
buttons to the corners.) • Keep it simple. Choose foods that are easy to make and easy to take. Pasta salads with vinegar-based dressings can be made the night before and will stand up to summer heat. Finger foods like Chocolatey Peanut Pretzel Bars can be made in a disposable aluminum pan you can take with you, or cut them up at home, put them into cupcake liners and transport them in a resealable storage container. For more picnic perfect recipes, visit www.VeryBest Baking.com
By Jenny Harper
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2 ½ cups Nestlé Toll House Refrigerated Chocolate Chip Cookie Tub Dough, divided 1½ cups (9 ounces) Nestlé Toll House SemiSweet Chocolate Morsels, divided 1 cup mini-pretzels (about 1 1/4 ounces), broken into 1/2-inch pieces 1 cup honey-roasted peanuts PREHEAT oven to 350º F. Grease 13 x 9-inch baking pan. PLACE 2 cups dough in prepared pan. Using fingertips, pat dough gently to cover bottom. SPRINKLE 1 cup morsels, pretzel pieces and peanuts over dough. Drop 1-inch pieces of remaining 1/2 cup cookie dough over peanuts. Sprinkle with remaining 1/2 cup of morsels and gently press down. BAKE for 23 to 27 minutes or until browned around edge. Cool completely in pan on wire rack. Cut into bars. Courtesy of Family Features Jenny Harper is Senior Culinary Specialist for the Nestlé Test Kitchens and VeryBestBaking.com. Nutrition Information per serving: 240 calories; 60 calories from fat; 7g total fat; 6g saturated fat; 10mg cholesterol; 130mg sodium; 28g carbohydrate; 1g fiber; 19g sugars; 4g protein
Beneﬁt Golf Outing The Friends of
Corey Murdock and Kurt Faulkner are holding a golf benefit event on
Sat., Aug. 22nd at Hickory Hills Golf Course, 2540 Parview Dr., Jackson.
WE ARE INVITING YOUR PARTICIPATION AS A SPONSOR AND/OR BY REGISTERING A TEAM. Schedule: 8am Registration � 9:30am Shotgun Start Sign up for special events at registration 4 Person Teams - we will pair up singles $50 per person Players (Contact Ph. #________________________) 1.____________________ 2. ____________________ 3. ____________________ 4. ____________________ SPONSORSHIPS ARE GREATLY APPRECIATED Hole Sponsor $100 � Tee Sponsor $50 � Green Sponsor $20 Sponsor Name: _________________________________ Amount: _____________ Phone: ___________________ If you are unable to sponsor, but would like to donate a door prize and have it picked up, or if you have any questions concerning the event, please contact Sally McEldowney at 517-783-2855. Deadline for registration and payment of entry fee is August 14th. Send registration form and entry fee, payable to Jeanne Fisher, 10710 Snow Road, Hanover, MI 49241.
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Fundraiser dinner The Sandstone Congregational Church will be hosting a Swiss Steak Dinner on Wednesday, July 22 from 46:30 p.m. Proceeds from the dinner will be used for the Building Fund. The cost is $9.
The Fellowship Center is on the lower level. Parking is available at both the upper and lower level, with elevator access to the lower level. For more information, call 517750-4245.
Adoption information meeting Adoption Associates, Inc., a statewide nonprofit agency, is hosting a free domestic infant and international (China, Ethiopia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, , and Ukraine) adoption information meeting. Come and learn about the child that is
waiting for you! The meeting will be held Thursday, July 23, 2009, at the Comfort Inn and Suites, 2435 Shirley Dr., Jackson from 7-9 p.m. Call 517-327-1388 or e-mail: email@example.com for more information and to RSVP.
About 9 percent of all the milk produced by U.S. dairy farmers is used to make ice cream. The United States leads the world in annual production of ice cream and related frozen desserts at approximately 1.6 billion gallons in 2007. The first ice cream cone was produced in 1896 by Italo Marchiony. Marchiony, who emigrated from Italy in the late 1800s, invented his ice cream In 1984, President Ronald cone in New York City. He was Reagan designated July as Na- granted a patent in December tional Ice Cream Month and the 1903. Americaâ€™s top five favorite third Sunday of the month as National Ice Cream Day. This individual ice cream flavors are year, National Ice Cream Day is vanilla, chocolate, butter pecan, strawberry and mint chocolate July 19. The U.S. ice cream industry chip. Source: International Dairy generates more than $21 billion Foods Association in annual sales.
Michigan Farm Bureau
Summer Fun at Cascades Park
1401 S. Brown St., Jackson FAMILY SHOWS AT THE FALLS Shows start at 7:30pm $5 per family July 22 Christmas in July July 29 Steve Berkemier performing the sounds of John Denver, Neil Diamond & James Taylor Aug. 5 Airtight will perform the sounds of Motown Aug. 12 Annual Disney Night Extravaganza with all of the characters Also, come see Youth Under Construction at the Cascades Rotary Bandshell on July 25th. This free concert begins at 6pm. Cascades entertainment sponsored by Little Caesarâ€™s take-outs
QUICK FACTS: NAPOLEON July is CAFE National Ice Cream Month
EXPERIENCE THE FINEST!
â€œWhere friends and strangers alike say... meet me at the Cafe.â€? (517) 536-4244 6816 W. Brooklyn Rd. â€“ Napoleon
of ALBION, RESTAURANT & CATERING 116 S. Superior St. â€˘ 517-629-3675
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 5:30am-9:30pm; Sun. 7am-9pm
CELEBRATING 100 YEARS
HOMEMADE DAILY SPECIALS
Serving the People of the Greater Albion Area
Early Bird Breakfast 5:30-8am $499 Lunch Special Sandwich, fries & drink..$499 Homemade Pies ing Fresh Strawberry Pie r u t Fea
EVERYTHING FROM.... Fresh Seafood Entrees, Handcut Steaks and Imported Pastas to Outstanding Freshly Made Pizzas Also Fresh Roasted redskin peanuts, cashews, almonds, blanched peanuts and macadamias.
Big Brothers Big Sisters to hold Summer Annual Picnic
Big Brothers Big Sisters is holding their Summer Annual Picnic July 23, 2009 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. at the Cascades Park Pavilion. Families are welcome. There will be food, games, prizes, fun
and entertainment. Bring your family, friends and a passing dish. BBBS will provide the hotdogs. Please RSVP by calling 517784-7181 or email office@ bbbsjackson.org.
CARRY OUT â€˘ PLUS TAX â€˘ ORIGINAL ROUND
FREE Cinnamon Crazy Bread
with a $10 purchase and this ad! Plus tax. Offer expires 7-26-09