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For years, vacationers and farmers across north­ ern Wisconsin and Minne­ sota have heard the eerie howl of the gray wolf and fretted the creatures were lurking around their cabins and pastures, ey­ ing up Fido or Bessie. The tables are about to turn: Both states plan to launch their first organized wolf hunts in the coming weeks. The hunts won’t be anything on the scale of the two states’ beloved whitetail deer hunts, when hundreds of thou­ sands of hunters rear­ range work and school schedules and fan out across the woods. Both states have limited the number of wolves hunt­ ers can kill and capped the number of permits, creating an exclusive club of hunters who will get what could be a oncein-a-lifetime chance to take on the wiliest of predators. Anticipation has reached a fever pitch, but most hunters will come face-to-face with a sober­ ing fact within a few hours of venturing into the woods — wolves aren’t deer or ducks. They’re intelligent, mo­ bile creatures with an un­ matched sense of smell. The states could be hardpressed to meet their kill goals. “Everybody’s gung-ho to go kill a wolf but no­ body realizes how hard it’s going to be,” said Bud Martin, a Montana-based hunting guide who shot a wolf two years ago in Ida­ ho. “I’ll bet you a steak dinner your quota won’t be met." Wolf hunting isn’t un­ heard of in the United States. Alaska, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming allow it. Federal officials re­ moved Great Lakes wolves from the endan­ gered species list in Janu­ ary. That spurred Michi­ gan, Minnesota and Wis­ consin lawmakers to draft bills establishing hunts, too, pushing aside animal advocates’ con­ cerns that the wolf popu­ lations remain too fragile to sustain hunting. Farmers in all three states have long com­ plained about wolves

wreaking havoc on their livestock. Wildlife offi­ cials estimate there are now 700 wolves in Michi­ gan and 850 in Wisconsin. About 3,000 roam Minne­ sota, the largest wolf pop­ ulation in the lower 48 states. Michigan’s hunt legis­ lation still is pending but Wisconsin’s season is set to open Oct. 15. Minneso­ ta’s season is on track to begin Nov. 3. On Wednes­ day the Minnesota Court of Appeals rejected a bid by hunt opponents to block the season. “It’s going to happen,” said Nancy Warren, Great Lakes regional director for the National Wolfwatcher Coalition, which maintains the Wisconsin and Minnesota legislation was rushed and wasn’t based on sound science. “All we can do is try to change the law and see what happens this year and take it from there.” Both states will allow hunters to bait, shoot and trap wolves. Wisconsin also will allow night hunt­ ing. Wildlife officials have kept the hunts small, though, as they feel their way along; Wisconsin set its quota at 116 animals and awarded only 1,160 permits through a lottery. Minnesota set its limit at 400 animals and awarded 6,000 permits. Joe Caputo, 50, of Spring Green, won a per­ mit in his state. A life-long deer hunter, he’s boning up on wolves, preparing to drop more than $3,000 on two dozen new wolf traps and seeking out northern Wisconsin land­ owners who have suf­ fered wolf depredation. “This is the ultimate challenge.” Caputo said. “You’re talking the largest-scale predator on the landscape.” Mark Dahms, 54, of Waukesha, entered that state’s lottery with three friends. He was the only one who won a permit. He’s taking off time from his job as an electrician and plans on employing a newly purchased elec­ tronic call that can pro­ duce 400 sounds mimick­ ing wolves and distressed animals. “First time in modernday history is why I en­ tered,” he said. “The big thing is (getting) the hide.”

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Schedule of Events: October: Weekly Farmers’ Market, Tuesdays from 3-6 pm, Veteran’s Memorial park (ends 10/23) October 9: Business to Business Expo, Comfort Inn & Suites, DeForest, 3-6:30 pm October 25: Business After4, Hosted by Hometown News Group, Rodeside Grill, 4-6 pm November 6: Monthly Membership Luncheon, Noon, at Parkside Village November 10-11: DeForest Area Discover Wisconsin Episode November 20: Breakfast Class, Train Your Brain with Roger Seip, Lake Windsor Golf Course, 7:30-9 am December 1: WinterFest, Greater DeForest Area December 4: Monthly Membership Luncheon, DeForest Community & Senior Center, Noon Contact: Lisa Beck, Executive Director Email: 201 DeForest Street, DeForest 53532


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Guidelines given to handle, get rid of head lice By Jennifer Schmidt Mom-In-Chief


f you have school-age children, odds are you have – or you one day will – receive a letter informing you that head lice have been reported at your child’s school. Billie Hague remembers receiving such a letter when her kids were young. “They were in grade school, maybe second and ¿fth grade. We got a letter from school that there was a lice outbreak,” said Hague, a nurse practitioner at Marsh¿eld Clinic-Elk Mound Center. Hague After examining her boys’ hair and scalp, she saw what looked like nits (head lice eggs) – and treated them with an over-the-counter product. “We did the washing all the bedding and vacuuming. That seemed to take care of it. I think that was the only time,” Hague recalled. Head lice – tiny grayish-white insects that live close to the scalp – can affect anyone and cross all socio-economic lines. “People get embarrassed by it, but it

doesn’t mean that you’re not clean or anything like that,” Hague said. “One in four kids, typically, in the elementary ages get lice.” Lice are spread by close contact with an infected person as well as by sharing clothing or belongings, such as clothing or combs. Symptoms of head lice include itching and red skin or a rash around the scalp line and ears. Though unpleasant, there is no health risk to having lice, although treatment is recommended, Hague said. “There are quite a few over-thecounter insecticides that you can use, and just follow the directions on there. There’s also a little bit stronger prescription treatment that can be used,” she said, noting that most over-thecounter treatments require a repeat application in seven to 10 days. Alternative methods such as using mayonnaise – said to smother head lice when applied to the hair – “probably don’t work very well,” she added. However, using a generous amount of hair conditioner and then ¿rmly

The Lice Lowdown In the United States, infestation with head lice is most common among preschool- and elementary school-age children and their household members and caretakers. Reliable data on how many people get head lice each year in the United States are not available; however, an estimated 6 million to 12 million infestations occur each year among children 3 to 11 years of age. Some studies suggest that girls get head lice more often than boys, probably because of more frequent head-to-head contact. Source: U.S. Centers for Disease & Prevention

combing through every section of hair with a ¿ne-toothed nit comb – and repeating the process several times – is “almost as curative as using some of the medications,” she said. People should also wash clothing, bedding and anything that’s been worn or used in the last 48 hours, using hot

water if possible. “If you can’t wash it, putting it in a hot dryer will help. With other areas – your sofas and carpet and such – just a really good vacuuming will do the job. You don’t have to spray a bunch of insecticides around your house,” Hague said. As a courtesy, a phone call to your child’s school is also advised. Parents may even do so anonymously if they wish. “Say ‘I’m pretty sure my child has lice,’ ” Hague said. “They can decide at school whether to check the children at school or send a note home.” Debbie Odden, a registered nurse and assistant director of the Chippewa County Department of Public Health, also said parents should contact their child’s school to see what their policy is about treatment, presence of nits and returning to school. “Remember, if you discover that you or your child has head lice, it is not an emergency. But it is a time to take action, seek accurate information on the way to treat it and prevent the spread of head lice to others,” Odden said. Schmidt is a mother of two and “Mom-InChief”of Reach her at

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Calendar Ladies Night in the City 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday Metropolis Resort, 5150 Fairview Drive Ladies Night in the City, a night where women can shop, be pampered, socialize and have a great time with girlfriends, is planned from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Metropolis Resort, 5150 Fairview Drive. Visit with vendors as they showcase their products. Some offer samples of their work, such as a free 15-minute massage. Others bring handcrafted items to sell and give guests the option to pre-order for the holidays. Door prizes will be drawn every 30 minutes. Vendors interested in being a part of the event should call 715-831-8003. Previous vendors include Mary Kay, Miche Handbags, Tangled Up In Hue and Tastefully Simple.

Flick & Float 6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday Eau Claire YMCA, 700 Graham Ave. The free event, offered at 6:30 p.m. the second Friday of the month through May, features a kids’ movie in the YMCA’s small pool. Participants should bring something to Àoat on. The YMCA supplies the “Àick.” For more information, call 715-836-8460.

Wonderland on the River 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday Lake Wissota Golf, 16108 97th Ave., Chippewa Falls The Partners of St. Joseph’s Hospital will present the fourth annual Wonderland on the River fundraising event on Saturday, Nov. 10, at Lake Wissota Golf, 16108 97th Ave. The fundraiser will feature a luncheon, rafÀes and a fashion show to support ongoing hospital projects. The event will begin with a tour of themed tables at 10 a.m. The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. with a fashion show to follow. Cost: $40. For more information, contact Volunteer Services at 715-717-7439.

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Princess Tea Party 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday Children’s Museum of Eau Claire, 220 S. Barstow St. The Children’s Museum of Eau Claire is presenting a Princess Tea Party. Join them on the top Àoor of the museum for afternoon “tea” and treats, visits from and photos with princesses from the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre, crafts, activities, princess hairstyles and unlimited access to the museum during the event. Princess attire for all ages is encouraged but not required. Admission is $25 for one princess and one adult. The cost is $5 for each additional princess and/or adult. Space is limited. Reserve your spot today.

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Message From the Chamber Secretary It is the week that we are getting ready for everything this week with Christmas in Boscobel, this years theme is “Spirit of Christmas” you will be receiving your letter this week with all the information for December 1st. Last year the businesses were decorated and were getting ready for their open houses, and the community is just looking amazing this last year, with not just the Festival of Trees but the store fronts. Lets make Boscobel just as beautiful this year. With all the hustle and bustle

these next few weeks it is best to contact me through my cell phone to schedule your set up for the Festival of Trees or with any questions, so if you need to contact me please call my cell at 608-485-3125. We have so many things going on here with the Chamber, and are looking for volunteers to sign up and help with the upcoming events coming up so mark your calandars. Susie Fralick Boscobel Chamber of Commerce

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This year the Festival of Trees will run from December 1 to December 9. We will be open to the public on Saturday through Sunday nights December 1-9. from 4-8 p.m. I will be free to set up a tree again, please remember there is lots of room for trees and people are already signing up! Businesses or organizations interested in signing up please contact Susie Fralick at 608-375-2672 or email me at chamber@

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December 1 - Christmas in Boscobel, Santa Claus comes to town from 1:00 to 3:30 pm at the Blaine Gym. This year there will be a special surprise for the kids! Free movies will also be shown December 1st and other concurrent weekends. Watch the Boscobel Dial for dates and times. Festival of Trees - Kick off for the Festival of Trees will begin December 1st. Will be held at the Achenbach Furniture building. We will be approaching businesses once again for silent auction baskets for the Festival of Trees, which the proceeds would benefit the Boscobel Christmas Fund. There will be a Food drive again this year at the Festival of Trees, so please bring in a non perishable food item. There will be a free will offering. The proceeds from the free will offering will benefit the Boscobel Christmas Fund . December 1st, Parade of Lights at 4:30 pm. We would like to extend an invitation to business or organizations or anyone that is interested in entering a vehicle, float, or to walk the route please contact the Chamber of Commerce office by email at chamber@ or call at 608-375-2672. S a n t a ’s R e i n d e e r f r o m 1:00 pm till 4:00 pm at the intersection of E. Oak and Wisconsin Ave., between

Community First Bank and McNamee Law Office. Eight Tiny Reindeer will be bringing down at least two live reindeer for your viewing pleasure and are hoping to also bring down a baby. They will be in pens for your viewing. Also they will lead our Christmas Parade down Wisconsin Ave. to the Festival of Trees where Santa and Mrs. Claus will kick off the Festival of Trees. Violet Dreams will be also having a Decorate your Christmas Cookie for Free for the kids on December 1 at their Violet Dreams Store at 912 Wisconsin Ave., located next to Krogen’s Do It Best. The Boscobel Rescue Squad will also be having a Chili Feed that Saturday at the EMS Building! This year we have a lot going on here at the Chamber and hope to see you there! Look for your letters coming out soon with more information regarding the Festival of Trees, Parade of Lights and other activities going on! We will need volunteers for the Festival of Trees. Santa Claus day we will need volunteers for the following activities: Kids Ornaments, Helping in the gym with Santa, Parade of Lights registration and manning the doors at the Festival of Trees. For more information please call the Chamber office Monday through Friday 8:00 am till 12 Noon.

Updating Business and Organization Information I have started Updating our Business and Organization information, so we can update and add onto our business listings on our webpage at At the bottom of the newsletter is some of the information we would like to update and get

out to those that are visiting, relocating, or just browsing our site to find what the business’s offer, hours, etc. If you would like your information updated please fill out the form at the bottom of the newsletter and remit to the chamber office.

Joining the Boscobel Area Chamber of Commerce is Calendar of a worthwhile investment. Events It is only with the Chamber November December 8 - Empty StockNovember 21 - St. John’s ing sponsored by the Boscobel Lutheran Church Thanksgiving Kiwanis Club. Pat & Greg’s that you will be afforded Eve Service at 7:00 pm Pour House, 2 p.m. December 8 - Boscobel High December School Madrigal Dinner, 6:30 such marketing, networking, December 1 - Christmas in p.m. Boscobel, Santa Claus comes December 9 - Christmas Fest referral, and recognition to town from 1-3 p.m. at the with Boscobel Community Blaine Gym, 104 East Oak. Choir at St. John’s Lutheran opportunities Parade at noon Church, 7 p.m. Boscobel Chamber of Commerce 2012 Membership Bosco Bucks may be used at any of the following locations:

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1951 GMC 2 TON WITH Flatbed 6 cyl. Needs brake work. Call for price at 715-774-3840. Located in Herbster, WI

1964 DODGE POLARA. 99,000 original miles. California car. 383 engine, push-button transmission, Posi-Trac rear end. Make offer. 601-799-8258


32’ BHDS Heavy Duty fiberglass camper, 2 slides, power awning, sleeps 9, loaded, like new. In-floor heat, central air, queen bed. 2 pull out couches, outside grill & sink, must sell due to illness. Retail $27,986-sell for $15,000. Financing available. Camper in Ashland. Call cell: 952-334-5297

2009 FLEETWOOD 3202 B TRAVEL TRAILER. Excellent Condition. Sleeps up to 10 and has 2 slideouts. Blue book is over $26,000 but selling for $21,000 which includes a warranty good through 10/25/2016. Includes equalizer hitch and is 1/2 ton towable. Call (715) 209-2287.

26’ SEARAY WEEKENDER 350 Mercruiser - all cushions redone and runs excellent. 715-209-7612 $9,500.00 OBO

1976 CADILLAC ELDORADO Convertible. Innsbruck Blue, white top and interior. Good condition. $5,000 OBO 715-794-2727

2004 F150 LARIAT 4X4 Supercrew. Loaded, leather interior, sunroof, 6 disc cd player, heated seats, tonneau cover. $9,850. 715-292-1763

Another Vehicle Sold! 2004 TRAILBLAZER 4 X 4. One owner. Well-maintained. Garage kept. $6,000. OBO. Call (715) 682-9714


Very good condition, includes original snowplow, single furrow plow, disk, cultivator and rear wheel chains. $ 1,900.00 (715) 763-3238

To place your ad, call us! (715) 682-2313

1989 - 28’ GRANVILLE Las Brisas motor home made by Winnebago. Mileage 96,172. Ford Motor 460 Sleeps 4, air conditioning, heat, gas refrigerator and stove, microwave, back up camera, water heater, generator, awnings and towing package. Runs good, interior clean. $ 7,000.00. Call 715-373-2088.

2000 CHEVROLET S1500 Extended Cab. 145,000 miles, 4WD, remote start, custom bed rack, weather-proof storage box, trailer pkg., bed liner, A/C, chrome running boards, tonneau cover, tilt wheel, power steering, windows, seats and ABS. $6,900. 715-209-5742

1994 GMC SUBURBAN 1500 4 x 4, 350 V 8, leather interior. $1,500. Call: 715-274-2227 days 715-730-0801 evenings.


1994 TERRY 22 FT SLEEPS 6 12 - 120 volt lights, microwave, stove, refrigerator, heater, equalizer hitch $5,000 OBO (715) 682-4282

Tent Camper Model 12’ w/slide o12 SO, 12 foot box w/king & queen beds, sleep 6-8, slide out dinette, indoor/outdoor cook-top, canopy w/screened in porch (never been used), bike racks on top, sink, refrigerator, furnace, spare tire and cover, one propane tank. Always kept in garage during winter. Excellent condition. Rarely used. $4,800 call 715-373-0946




WHEELS DEALS ADS INCLUDE: • Up to 20 words, styled as shown. • Submit one photo for print and submit up to 5 more for our website. • Your ad runs for 4 weeks in the Daily Press and on “MY MARKET PLACE” online at • If your vehicle does not sell in 4 weeks the next 4 weeks are free! •Individual Sellers ONLY •Nonrefundable fee •Paid in advance

Another Vehicle Sold! To place your ad, call us! (715) 682-2313

March 14, 2013 2:29 pm /

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Radio Service WBSZ-93.3 FM Provided By Heartland Communications Saturday, November 17th Call 715-682-0066 to place a bid. Phone Lines Open 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. CATEGORY A 1. Axel’ Tool-Jonsered Wood Cutter’ 10 2. Lake Superior Lodge-One-Night Stay-$130 3. C.G. Bretting Mfg.-18 Holes of Golf for 2 with cart-$94 4. Omer Nelson Electric-Kindle Fire-$160 5. Ace Hardware-Lexington Park Bench Kit-$69 6. Dugger’ Tuning Gas Furnace in Ashland Only-$65 7. Super One Foods-$60 Gift Card 8. Ashland Ford Chrysler-Vehicle Alignment-$70 9. Todd’s Redi-Mix Concrete-3 yds. Ready Mix-$350 10. #2 Septic Pumping-$100 Gift Certificate 11. Lake Superior Lodge-One Night Stay-$130 12. The Inn at Timber Cove-One-Night Stay-$130 13. C.G. Bretting Mfg.-18 Holes of Golf for 2 with cart-$94 14. McRae’s True Value Hardware-8-Gallon Shop Vac-$70 15. Herbal Life Quick Start Program-Nutrition Kit-$174 16. Angler’s All-Rod Reel-$125 17. Ashland Jewelers-Ladies Pulsar Wrist Watch-$200 18. Ashland Construction-10 yds. Road Gravel-Radius 10 Miles of Ashland-$200 Assortment-$100 21. Ashland Ford Chrysler-Vehicle Alignment-$70 22. Northern State Bank-Full Set Boxed State Quarters-1999-2008-$220 23. Ashland Super 8-One-Night Stay-$70 24. Chequamegon Bay Golf Club-Five 9-Hole Rounds of Golf with Cart-$140 25. T 26. Bay City Cycles-Trek “Mystic 20S” Girl’s Bike-$210 27. aste of the Bay” Basket-$75 15 Quilting Service 28. 29. Bay Area Photography-Unframed Oredock Print-12-1/2x17-1/2-$100 30. Duluth News Tribune 13-W Magic” by Sam Cook-Start Expires 12/31/12-$98 32. Best Western Hotel Chequamegon-One Night Stay or Dinner at Molly’s-$100 33. Doane Distributing-HP 3-in-1 Printer-$89 34. Uncle Bob’s Bowling Center-Iron River-25 Games of Open Bowling-$63 Trucking-10 yds. Gravel for 2013 Season-$250 37. C.G. Bretting Mfg.-18 Holes of Golf for 2 with Cart-$94 Toward Merchandise or Services 38. 39. Iron River Building Products-$100 Gift Certificate 40. AmericInn-One Night Stay-$129 41. Thirty-One Gifts by Lisa Warren-Purse, Cosmetic Purse, Insulated Lunch Tote and Pin-$65 43. Larsen Juhl-Framed Wildlife Print-$150 44. C.G. Bretting Mfg.-18 Holes of Golf for 2 with Cart-$94 46. Stylin’ Up North-Necklace, Headband, Scarf and Hat-$63 47. Fall General Surgery-Limited Initial Consult for Spider Veins and a one-hour sclerotherapy procedure to eliminate spider veins-$500 48. Delta Diner-Red-Hooded Sweatshirt-XL-Insulated Mug-Cap-$60 49. Kim Thorp-Card Making Supplies-$60 DONATIONS Mountain Funeral Home-$25 Choice Title-$50 Ashland Dental Clinic-$50 Holden Insurance Agency-$25 Superior Grooming-$20 Steve Nieder-$40 Bro’s Bar-Mellen-$20 Dusty’s Bar-Mellen-$20 Langford Drug-$25 CATEGORY B 1. Northwoods Community Credit Union-$25 Debit Card 3. Automotive-Iron River-Oil Change-$30 4. Heart Graphics-Oredocker T-Shirt-XL-$25 5. The Henke Family-Green Bay Packer Plush Toy-$17 6. NAPA Auto Parts-Washburn-$25 Gift Certificate 7. Rondeau’s True Value Shopping Center-Cable-Porta-Fillet Kit-$20 8. Oasis Café-$10 Gift Certificate 9. Lulich Implement-Grease Gun-$35 10. Great Lakes Insurance-$10 Certificate to New China Restaurant 11. Café Coco-Washburn-$25 Gift Certificate 12. Blue Ribbon Kennels-“Taste of the Wild” Dog Food-Grain Free-$12 13. Benoit Cheese-$20 Gift Certificate orks-$25 Gift Certificate 15. Polish Me Pretty-Iron River-$10 Certificate on a Pedicure 16. Von Holzen Truck Center-Car Wash-$8 17. Last Call-Mellen-Burger Certificate-$8 18. Artful Eye Photography-$50 Certificate for Print Credit 19. The Steak Pit-Washburn-$10 Gift Card 20. Escape by the Lake-$30 Certificate toward a Massage 21. Nemec Insurance-$25 Gift Card to Hugo’s Pizza 22. Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce-$20 in Chamber Dollars-Long Sleeved T-Shirt-$40 23. The Painted Cottage-4 Floral Printed Luncheon Plates-$20 24. Hardware Hank-Iron River-$20 Gift Card 25. Pizza Parlor-Iron River-$50 Punch Card CATEGORY C 1. Ashland Ford Chrysler-Oil Change-$33 2. Dairy Queen-Frozen Cake Certificate-$18 3. Lakewoods-Cable-One Round of Golf-No Cart-$25 4. B.A.R.T.-Adult Pass-$18 5. Deep W Alley-$25 Gift Card 6. Karlyn’s Gallery-Washburn-5”x7” Framed Floral Print-$40

Stop at the Elks Saturday before bidding & check out the items • Category A will be available from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. • Items in Category B-J will be auctioned in 30 minute increments. • Pick up purchased items at Elks Lodge after 4:00 p.m. • When placing a bid, refer to item by category letter item number.

7. Zifko Automotive Car Care Center-Oil Change-$25 8. Ferrellgas-New 20# Cylinder and Fill on BBQ Grill Cylinder-$45 9. Mellen Golf Course-9 Holes of Golf-No Cart-$15 10. Ashland Ag Feed Center-“Wild Wing” Bird Feeder-$30 11. Scenic Drive Resort-Iron River-$10 Gift Certificate 12. Army-Navy Store-$30 Gift Certificate 13. Burger King-$5 Gift Card 14. Iron River Co-op-$25 Gift Card 15. Arby’s-2 $5 Combo Meals 16. Little Caesar’s-$5 Gift Card ashburn-$25 Gift Certificate 17. Patsy’ 18. The Medicine Shoppe-$10 Gift Certificate 19. Shear Style-One Manicure with Ella-$17 20. North Coast Coffee-$25 Gift Card 21. Midland-$10 Gift Card CATEGORY D 1. Big Brook Greenhouse-Cable-$30 Gift Certificate 2. NAPA Auto Parts-1/4” Socket Set 3. Golden Glow Restaurant-$10 Gift Certificate 4. Movies on Main-“Super Saver” Certificate-$32 5. Chippewa Valley Bank-Washburn-Blue Throw-$25 6. Flying Eagle Resort-Iron River-$20 Gift Certificate 8. Nortrax-John Deere Tractor-$4 9. This Old Bunkhouse-Iron River-$20 Gift Certificate 10. Nemec Insurance-$25 Gift Card to Pizza Pub 11. Tetzner’s-5 Qt. Pail of Ice Cream Certificate-$9 12. Hugo’s Pizza-Certificate for 16” Pizza with 2 Items-$16 13. Von Holzen Truck Center-Car Wash-$8 14. Firehouse Bar-Washburn-Quart of Vodka-$11 15. Monk’s Lanes-$25 Certificate for Bowling 16. Tap Roots Coffee-Three (2 for 1) Certificates-$15 17. Bay 18. O’Brien’s Car Wash-Iron River-Car Wash-$10 19. T 20. Olsen Building Supply-Washburn-25’ Tape Measure-$15 21. Marengo Plaza-14” Pizza Credit-$10 22. Mt. Ashwabay-Ski T 23. Pine Point Lodge-T-Shirt-$13 24. Holiday West-4 Car Washes-$32 25. Gabrielle’s Seasonal Wreath-$5 26. The Henke Family-“Green Bay Packer” Gnome-$15 27. McDonald’s-5 Smoothies-$12 CATEGORY E 1. Sports Hollow-5 Rounds of Skeet or Trap Shooting-$35 2. Washburn Holiday Station-$10 Gift Card 3. Shoe Shack-$20 Certificate on Purchase of $40 or more 4. Ashland Honda/Toyota-Oil Change-$16 5. Shirley Gaudreau-Rosemalled Holiday Tray-$45 6. New England Store-Bearwalk Blanket Throw-$35 7. Designer’s Outlet-Multi Colored Rug-$29 8. B.A.R.T. Bus-Adult Pass-$18 9. White River Winery-Iron River-$20 Gift Certificate 10. Pizza Pub-$20 Gift Card 11. Heart Graphics-Grey Oredocker Polo Shirt-M-$25 12. New China Restaurant-$10 Gift Certificate 13. Mellen Golf Course-9 Holes of Golf-No Cart-$15 14. Midland-$10 Gift Card 15. Express Mart-Mellen-2-12-Packs of Soda-Root Beer Strawberry Crush-$10 16. Lakeside Products-Spiderman Birthday Pack-$38 17. Ashland Shell-$10 Gift Card 18. Hugo’s Log Cabin-$16 Gift Certificate 19. Johnson Flower Shop-$20 Gift Certificate 20. Trail’ 21. Upper Cut-“Hair Care Pick-Me-Up Products-$40 CATEGORY F 1. Frankie’ 2. Burger King-$5 Gift Card 3. The Medicine Shoppe-$10 Gift Certificate 4. Ashland Ag Feed Center-Bird Feeder-$22 5. Loon Saloon-Lake Namakagon-$20 Gift Certificate 6. Little Caesars-$5 Gift Card 7. Nemec Insurance-$25 Gift Card to Holiday 8. Printing Plus-Gold “Ashland Oredocker” Long Sleeved T-Shirt-$13 9. Von Holzen Auto Truck Center-Car Wash-$8 10. Home Expressions-Fall Print Throw-$32 11. Chicago Iron Supplies-$25 in Chamber Dollars 12. Shear Style-One Pedicure with Bernice-$33 13. Highland Valley Berry Farms-Quart of Honey-$13 14. Bay Area Pawn-$10 Gift Certificate 15. Superior Automotive-Oil Change-$34 16. Northwoods Community Credit Union-$25 Debit Card 17. Becky Yoshikane-Spray Paint Artwork-$18 18. Scenic Drive Resort-Iron River-$10 Gift Certificate 19. Stage North-Washburn-$25 Gift Card 20. DeLou’s-Washburn-3 Coffee Mugs-$17 21. Norvado Communications-Bamboo Cutting Board LED Flashlight-$40

11. Trail’ 12. Deep W Alley-$25 Gift Card 13. Shoe Shack-$20 Certificate on Purchase of $40 or More 14. Lulich Implement-Tie-Down Strap-$35 15. Dairy Queen-Frozen Cake Certificate-$18 16. Bremer Bank-Washburn-$25 Visa Gift Card 17. HSI Business Center-Case of Copy Paper-$50 18. Lake Superior View Golf Course-9 Holes of Golf with Cart-$20 19. Garmisch Inn-$50 Gift Card 20. Last Call-Mellen-Burger Certificate-$8 21. Otter Bay Resort-Lake Owen-$50 Gift Certificate 23. Superior Choice Credit Union-Mellen-Tan Cap-$7 24. McDonald’s-5 Assorted McCafes-$12 T s)-Grandview-One Fish Fry-$10 26. Black Bear Inn-Drummond-$20 Gift Certificate for Food 27. Chequamegon Food Co-op-$25 Gift Card 28. Pizza Parlor-Iron River-$50 Punch Card CATEGORY H 1. Washburn Hardware-American Flag Indoor-Outdoor Thermometer-$10 2. 2nd Street Bistro-$10 Certificate 3. Pro-Lube Auto Center-Oil Change, Lube, Oil, Filter-$36 4. Tap Roots Coffee Shop-Three (2 for 1) Certificates-$15 Truck Center-Car Wash-$8 5. Von Holzen 6. Arby’s-2 Combo Meals-$10 7. Sunset Valley Orchard-Bayfield-Kitchen Gift Collection-$21 8. Star Liquor-Botticelli Gourmet Cappuccino Liqueur with Glass-$25 9. Mt. Ashwabay-Ski T 10. Burger King-$5 Gift Card 11. B.A.R.T. Bus-Adult Pass-$18 12. Marengo Plaza-14” Pizza Certificate-$10 13. T f the Menu 15. Nemec Insurance-$25 Gift Card to Holiday 16. The Henke Family-Green Pay Packer T-Shirt-XL-$15 17. Zifko Automotive Care Center-Oil Change-$25 18. Chippewa Valley Bank-Washburn-Flame Pot-$25 19. Holiday West-4 Car Washes-$32 20. Bayfield Apple Company-Jar of Pear Butter-$10 21. Pizza Parlor-Iron River-$50 Gift Card CATEGORY I 2. Pizza Pub-$20 Gift Card ashburn-$25 Gift Certificate 4. Golden Glow Restaurant-$10 Gift Certificate 5. Bay 6. Maple Creek Restaurant-$25 Gift Card 7. Dick’s Clipper Shop-Washburn-Paul Mitchell Shampoo Pack-$26 8. Bay fs-$10 9. Shoe Shack-$20 Certificate on Purchase of $40 or more 10. Ashland Honda/Toyota-Oil Change-$16 11. Little Caesar’s-$5 Gift Card 12. Ashland Ford Chrysler-Oil Change-$33 13. Rustic Roost-Iron River-$10 Gift Certificate 14. Roberto’s-Iron River-$25 Gift Certificate 15. Lakewoods-Cable-One Round of Golf-No Cart-$35 16. Pla-Mor Lake Namakagon-One Friday Fish Fry-$13 17. Tetzner’s-Washburn-5 Qt. Pail of Ice Cream-$9 18. Midland-$10 Gift Card 19. Washburn IGA-$25 Gift Card 20. New Horizon-$25 Gift Card to the Alley CATEGORY J 1. Mellen Golf Course-9 Holes of Golf-No Cart-$15 2. Von Holzen Truck Center-Car Wash-$8 3. Windsor Supper Club-Barnes-$20 Gift Certificate 4. Big Top Chautauqua-Certificate for 2 Reserved Seats for Original Musical-$44 5. Carlson Building Supplies-$25 Gift Certificate 6. Polish Me Pretty-Iron River-$10 Certificate on a Pedicure 7. El Dorado Restaurant-$15 Gift Certificate 8. Shear Style-One Pedicure with Kathy-$33 9. The Medicine Shoppe-$10 Gift Certificate 10. Sports Hollow-5 Rounds of Skeet or Trap Shooting-$35 11. Burger King-$5 Gift Card 12. Breakwater Restaurant-$10 Gift Card 13. Chippewa Valley Bank-Washburn-Red Throw-$25 14. Color Center-$25 Gift Certificate 15. Country Buds Flower Shop-$5 Gift Certificate 16. B.A.R.T. Bus-Adult Pass-$19 17. The Snug-Washburn-$25 Gift Certificate 18. New China Restaurant-$10 Gift Certificate 19. Pine Point Lodge-Iron River-Sweatshirt-XL-$28 20. Penokee Mountain Deli-Certificate for 14” Pizza-2 Toppings-$12 21. McDonald’s-5 Assorted McCafes-$12 22. Tom’ Appliance-Iron River-$20 Gift Certificate 23. Pizza Parlor-Iron River-$50 Punch Card 24. Sammio’s Italian Restaurant-$20 Gift Card Gift Certificate

CATEGORY G 1. Sports Stuff-Sleeping Bag-$40 2. Midland-$10 Gift Card 3. Hugo’s Pizza-16” Pizza with 2 Items-$16 Certificate 4. Nortrax-John Deere Gator Toy-$21 5. Jim’s Meat Market-Iron River-$10 Gift Certificate 6. Great Lakes Insurance-$10 Gift Certificate to New China Restaurant 7. O’Brien’s Car Wash-Iron River-Car Wash-$10 8. Chippewa Valley Bank-Washburn-“Cardinal Print” Cutting Board-$10 9. Explorer’s Point-$25 Gift Card 10. Lakewoods-Cable-One Round of Golf-No Cart-$35

Call 715-682-0066 TO PLACE A BID March 14, 2013 2:40 pm /

Ripon Commonwealth Press 11/15/2012

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Council proceedings COMMON COUNCIL MEETING-BUDGET October 4, 2012 Present: Becker, Schraeder, Miller, Werch, Hansen, Klein, Brockman, Will Absent: Peabody Others: City Administrator Rich, Public Works Director Drake, Police Chief Lukoski, EMS Director Teachout, Police Captain Waller, Library Director Bongers, Water/Wastewater Director Hoopman, Accountant Mashack, City Clerk Schommer Will called meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. Discussion on 2013 City budget Staff’s presentation of proposed 2013 budget Rich explained the challenges of creating the “2013 Base Budget”, noting positives and negatives and comparing the 2013 proposed budget with the 2012 budget. Rich explained to council that the proposed 2013 budget continues most programs and services that our residents have grown to expect; continues to fund the equipment replacement fund; completes Phase 3 of the Ransom Street project and new general obligation borrowing is less than the amount of principal being paid off on existing debt. The proposed tax rate is higher than last year by 1.15% due to the decrease in equalized values. Council’s questions, comments, and discussion Klein had numerous line item questions. She inquired why Health and Life insurance was budgeted for the City Attorney. Rich replied that City Attorney Wurtz is a ¾ time full-time employee of the city and receives benefits. Klein also inquired what “Employee Recognition Event” was in the Legislative budget. Will replied monies budgeted for plaques, cookies, etc when employees retire. Public Works will be losing an employee due to retirement, Klein inquired why that employee wasn’t being replaced. Rich and Drake explained they were not concerned that losing the one full-time employee was going to create a hardship. Drake is asking for a part-time person to work at the Compost Site on Saturdays and if need be on Tuesdays, therefore freeing up a full-time employee. Klein inquired if fireworks budgeted for in Community Promotions were going to be on July 4th. Rich explained that when the city has fireworks display on July 3rd, the city receives 10% more fireworks than on July 4th. Klein expressed her desire to have fireworks on July 4th. Klein asked why no computers or lab equipment were put into the Waste Water Treatment budget. Rich explained there were funds for those items in the Replacement Equipment Fund. Werch inquired about equipment sharing with groups using ball diamonds. Drake replied there were no real issues and sees continuing this policy in 2013. Schroeder asked Drake about Dam Project budgeted in 2013, if the project would be done. Drake stated that there were no assurances from DNR that the project will happen in 2013, that we will get reimbursed for the project and that he was still trying to minimize the extent of renovations that are required. Becker asked Rich to explain $13,100 being budgeted for FCEDC when in 2012 $47,000 was budgeted. Rich explained the city once provided funding for a Ripon Community Specialist through FCEDC, but that position is not being filled. $13,100 is for annual investment in marketing with FCEDC. Schraeder noted that there was $90,000 in Contingency and wondered if there were any expectations for its use. Rich explained the budget had zero wage increase and that this money would be split between departments for that purpose. Klein inquired part-time salaries in Administration Budget. Rich explained this was for the Code Enforcement Officer. Klein also inquired Overtime monies budgeted in Administration. Rich explained that not a lot of overtime is needed since restructuring, but kept some overtime monies in the budget in case of emergency situations. Werch inquired if the city has asked for Corporate Sponsor for replacing park equipment. Rich explained that the Park and Recreation Committee is currently discussing “Friends of the Park” concept. Drake explained that now-a-days, $20,000 replaces one piece of equipment. Schraeder inquired if the city was thinking of applying for a CDBG Block Grant. Rich explained that the city applies every year, but it is a random draw, not based on need. Klein inquired why in Parks budget Health & Life Insurance went up drastically. Drake explained they were allocating manpower differently between the departments. Klein inquired why $300 was budgeted for Activities Book. Drake stated that was left in the budget accidently and that he would have it removed. Werch asked Bongers if there were a lot of complaints or if the service was not what residents had before the huge cut in the 2012 budget. Bongers stated that the difference was being paid for by the foundation and other methods. Klein inquired on Senior Center budget. Rich explained that Senior Center budget was for ½ time Senior Director position instead of ¾ full-time position and that it is working out well with Interim Director since Mary Albright’s retirement in September. Volunteers are filling in rest of time. Werch inquired if Drake had gotten estimate on garbage/ recycling pickup by outside source. Drake stated yes, and that the city can still do the job cheaper than outsourcing and by leasing to buy the garbage truck, budgeted for in the 2013 budget. Schraeder asked Rich if PILOT payments for Russell Manor were included in 2013 budget. Rich stated yes. Schraeder commended Department Heads on the budget presented and that the council appreciated the efforts put into the budget. Information requested for next budget meeting Will asked council if they felt a need to hold another budget meeting before the Public Hearing. No one from the council felt they needed to meet again. Will stated if council changes their minds to contact Rich and another session will be scheduled. Will announced that Public Hearing will be held on Monday, November 26, 2012 at 6:30 before the normal council meeting. Motion made by Werch, second by Hansen to adjourn. Motion carried. With no more business before Council, Will adjourned meeting at 7:25 p.m. Ann Schommer, City Clerk COMMON COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 9, 2012 Present: Schraeder, Werch, Hansen, Klein, Miller, Becker, Will Late: Brockman arrived at 7:02 p.m. Absent: Peabody Others: City Administrator Rich, City Attorney Wurtz, Public Works Director Drake, City Clerk Schommer Will called meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance/Invocation – Pastor Art Volkmann Approval of agenda Motion made by Schraeder, second by Miller to approve agenda as presented. Motion carried. Public communications and comment No one from the public came forward to address the council. Consent calendar Motion made by Becker, second by Brockman to approve consent calendar. Motion carried. With this motion the following items were approved. Reports from standing committees and staff Common Council minutes – September 11th Plan Commission minutes – September 19th Community Development Authority minutes – September 24th Ripon Public Library minutes – September 25th Park and Recreation minutes – September 26th Building Inspector’s report – September EMS report – September Fire District report – September Police Department report – September Public Works report – September Senior Center report – September Ripon Taxi – July City Administration reports Treasurer’s report – September Budget report – September Check register –September Action Items Resolution – writing off certain ambulance accounts deemed uncollectible Motion made by Brockman, second by Klein to approve Resolution 2012-16 Writing Off Certain Ambulance Accounts Deemed Uncollectible. Motion carried. Authorize submission of the annual federal and state taxicab grant applications Motion made by Brockman, second by Werch to authorize staff to submit annual federal and state taxicab grant applications. Motion carried. Resolution – State Trust Fund loan Motion made by Miller, second by Klein to approve Resolution 2012-17 Direct Staff to Move Forward with a State Trust Fund Loan to Finance the first Two Phases of the Ransom Street Project and Various TID Projects. Motion carried. Discussion Items Charter Communications Mike Hill, Senior Government Relations Manager with Charter and Dan Cornils, Supervisor of Technicians with Charter Communications were present to answer questions from council. Dennis Cotton, 456 Scott Street, Ripon and Lee Nelson, 758 S Grove Street, Ripon stated that many City of Ripon citizens throughout the city were frustrated with Charter and their service and want something done. Hill and Conils stated that Charter tracks problem calls and the City of Ripon does not have any more trouble calls than other communities. Hill stated that customers should call Charter with their complaints and they will be dealt with. More discussion ensued with council members questioning whether this was an issue the city should deal with or if it was like any other private business and issues should be dealt with between the customer and Charter directly. Cotton and Nelson requests council do a satisfaction survey concerning Charter Communication. Motion made by Becker to table the survey idea indefinitely because customer problems with Charter Communications is not a city problem to be handled by the council, second made by Klein. Voice vote taken. Schraeder-yes;


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Werch-no; Brockman-yes; Hansen-yes; Klein-yes; Miller-yes; Becker-yes. Motion passed 6-1. Project updates & staff reports Will asked Drake if Leaf Suckers were all up and running now in the city. Drake responded that 2 of the 3 Leaf Suckers were currently in working order and are going around the city. Leaf pickup will end November 16, 2012. Brockman thanked Drake for his quick response on the weed issue. Brockman stated that if every home owner would clear their curb line of weeds, then this would resolve the issue plus beautify the City of Ripon. Mayor’s communications and appointments No Mayoral appointments or communication at this time. Agenda items for future Council meetings Klein recognized the following employees for their years of service to the City of Ripon, Michael Workman-9 years; Ann Schommer-16 years and Benjamin Sprague-12 years. Adjourn to closed session under Wisconsin Statutes 19.85 (1)(e) “Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session” RE: Consider resignation RE: Collective bargaining contract with police union RE: Negotiation of TID 11 development agreement Council will also review minutes from the closed session on 9/11/2012 for accuracy. Motion made by Hansen, second by Brockman to go into closed session. Motion carried. Council went into closed session at 7:37 p.m. Reconvene to open session immediately following closed session Will reconvened open session to order at 8:28 p.m. Roll Call taken- Schraeder, Werch, Brockman, Hansen, Klein, Miller, Becker still present. Consider ratification of collective bargaining agreement – Police union Motion made by Brockman, second by Hansen to approve ratifying the tentative collective bargaining agreement reached between the City of Ripon and the Police Union. Motion carried. Motion made by Werch, second by Brockman to adjourn. Motion carried. With no further business before council, Will declared meeting adjourned at 8:29 p.m. Ann Schommer, City Clerk

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120 Lost 125 Found 150 Business Opportunities 152 Businesses for Sale 175 Legal Notices Business & Service Directory 209 Pets, Dogs, etc. 233 Boats, Motors, etc. 236 Campers-Trailers, etc. 242 Sporting Goods 249 Rummages 250 Estate Sales 251 Auctions 254 Household Goods 257 Lawn & Garden 277 Computers MORE

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152 Businessess for Sale

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Talent Reunions Lost Items Found Items Coming Events Personals Business Personals Special Notices Business OpportunitiesFranchises 152 Businesses for Sale 155 Money Wanted 175 Legal Notices 180 Santa’s Specialties

125 Found Items CAT FOUND-Young adult male, white & black. Found near 35th & Oklahoma on 10/25/12. (414)541-0900



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STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, ROCK COUNTY Small Claims Publication Summons And Notice Case No. 2012SC2829 Blackhawk Camping Resort 3407 E. Blackhawk Drive Milton, WI 53563 Plaintiff -vs-

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Notice is hereby given, in accordance with the provisions of Wisconsin Statute 65.90(5)(a), that the School Board of the Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District, on October 22, 2012, adopted the following changes to previously approved budgeted amounts for 2012-13.

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202 Wanted to Buy



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Old Magazines, Cata logs Photos, Signs, Post Cards, Old Mens Hats 414-378-1329/672-7777

TRAINS-TOYS Bring in for Collector CASH Prices. Sommerfeld Trains. 262-783-7797

209 Pets, Dogs, etc.

201 202 203 204 205 206 209 212 213 215 218 221 227 230 233 234 236 241 242 243 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 254 257 260 263 264 266 269 270 275 277

Seasonal Specialties Wanted to Buy Travel-Tours; Tickets Great Deals Deals & Steals Barter/Swap Pets, Dogs, etc. Horses, Livestock, etc. Hay and Feed Farm Machinery, etc. Good Things to Eat Antiques, Collectibles, Craft Fairs, Coins TV, Stereo, Electronic Musical Instruments Boats, Motors, etc. Storage Campers-Trailers, etc. Sports Memorabilia Sporting Goods Snowmobiles Aviation, etc. Medical/Health Supplies Spas, Hot Tubs, Pools, etc. Miscellaneous - Sale Rummages, Garage Sales Estate Sales Auctions Household Goods Lawn & Garden/ Snowblowers Plumbing & Heating Building Materials Firewood Christmas Trees Machinery & Tools Heavy Equipment Business Equipment Computers

202 Wanted to Buy û û WANTED! ûû Grandma & Grandpa’s Christmas Ornaments, Christmas trees, bubble lights, real old dolls, teddy bears, trucks, trains, boats, planes. Wood doll houses, old clocks,pocket watches, silverware, old flower vases, lrg. table linens, old paintings, china cabinets, fancy desks. I need these now (not a week before Christmas.) (414)975-5505 or (262)814-0206

AAA Memorabilia Antique gas & oil signs, beer signs, costume jewelry, watches, sterling flatware, toy trucks, fountain pens, Zippo lighters, and slot machines. Cash Paid. Call Kevin JJJ414-305-1830 Cash for gold, silver, diamonds, platinum etc. Robert Haack Diamonds 76th/Layton & 6969 N. Port Washington Rd. 414-281-0500/351-3900

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American Bulldog Pups: Adorable. $450-$550. (262) 483-9630 American Pitbull Terriers with papers. $250. (414)659-0341 AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD: Minis.Loving pups need new homes.Shots.Guar. Deals! (262)770-9750 Australian Shepherd Puppies: 20+yrs of breeding, brings our finest litter. All the extras, registered, 1st shots, wormed, health guarantee. Starting at $500 (608)362-0427 Bichon, CockAPoo, More 8302 W Lincoln Ave MC/VISA 715-823-5355 414-545-2200 Thur-Mon WI License#: 268597 Chocolate Lab Pups: Toilet trained, AKC, OFA, Family Raised, Fld Champions, Calm $495 Females, $495 Males 608-575-5114 Cocker Spaniel: AKC, female 15mos. Sable. Must see! Beautiful markings, caramel & blk, loving family. $800. 920-988-3455

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410 Automotive Financing 411 Automotive Services 413 Sport Utility Vehicles 415 Vans, Pick-ups 418 Mini Vans 420 Trucks, Trailers, etc. 425 Autos Wanted 430 Auto Parts 433 Automotive Miscellaneous 435 Motorcycles, etc. 445 Sports & Performance 448 Classic Cars 455 Station Wagons 460 Automobiles for Sale 465 Convertibles MORE

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221 Collectibles,

Coins, Craft Fairs

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Auto Hobby & Toy Show Nov. 4, 10-2pm. Serb Hall 5101 Oklahoma. Die cast cars, plastic models, racing items, toys, etc. For Tables, 262-366-1314 Craft Fair, Vendor Show, & Cookie Sale: 1236 S. 115th St., West Allis. Sat., Nov. 3rd, 8:30-4:30 Jennifer: (414) 687-4946 *Free Admission*

230 Musical Instruments DRUMS:

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233 Boats, Motors, etc. Pontoon Trailers: New 14-26 ft. 20 ft. $1225 m 1-800-HOT-BOAT

234 Storage Indoor/Safe/Dry/Secure • Cars • Boats • Cycles BEST Prices!! (262)719-7434

242 Sporting Goods *

GUN SHOW * Nov. 4, 8am-2pm. Circle B Rec Center, Hwy. 60, Cedarburg.

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248 Miscellaneous-Sale 26 1/18th Die-cast cased model Jaguars & automobilia. 414-535-1800 Himalayan Climbing Library- 144 books, tapes, DVD’s & maps. 414-535-1800


249 Garage Sales Wauwatosa: 9501 W. Watertown Plank Rd. Sat., 11/3, 9am - 3pm. Milwaukee County 4-H 100+ Families. Household items, toys, books, clothes,movies, collectibles, and much more.

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must send a copy of your Answer to the Michell Robbins Plaintiff(s) named 605 N. 60th St., Upper above at their address. Milwaukee, WI 53213 You may contact the Defendant clerk of court at the telPublication Summons ephone number above and Notice of Filing to determine if there TO THE PERSON(S) are other methods to NAMED ABOVE AS answer a Small Claims DEFENDANT(S): complaint in that counYou are being sued by ty. the person(s) named above as Plaintiff(s). A STATE OF WISCONSIN copy of the claim has CIRCUIT COURT been sent to you at SMALL CLAIMS MILyour address as stated WAUKEE COUNTY in the caption above. SMALL CLAIMS PUBThe lawsuit will be LICATION SUMMONS heard in the following Case No. 12SC030332 Small Claims court To: Dawanda Rock County CourtHolt/Michael Jackson house, Telephone 3205 West Bobolink Number of Clerk of Ave., Milwaukee, WI Court 608-743-2200, 53209 Jury Assembly Room You are being sued by 2nd Floor, 51 S. Main Plaintiff, Thaddeus Street, Janesville, WI Black in the Small 53545, on November Claims Court for Mil16, 2012 at 8:00 AM. waukee County, MilIf you do not attend the waukee County Courthearing, the court may house, Courtroom 400, enter a judgment 901 N. 9th St., Milwauagainst you in favor of kee, Wisconsin, 53233. the person(s) suing A hearing will be held you. A copy of the at 1:30PM on Novemclaim has been sent to ber 30, 2012 before a you at your address as Small Claims Commisstated in the caption sioner. If you do not apabove. A judgment may pear, a judgment may be enforced as providbe given to the person ed by law. A judgment suing you. A copy of awarding money may the claim has been become a lien against mailed to you at the adany real estate you own dress above. now or in the future, Thaddeus Black and may also be en8063 N. Celina St. forced by garnishment Milwaukee, WI 53224 or seizure of property. Plaintiff You may have the option to Answer without appearing in court on the court date by filing a written Answer with the clerk of court before the court date. You must send a copy of



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