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Monday, December 9, 2013 Our 168th Year $1
The last mile
Rules for
foreign
students
studied
Guidelines considered
at Tuesday meeting
JANESVILLE
As Janesville high schools
get ready to receive dozens of
foreign students, the schools
will need rules.
How many students will be
allowed? What about participation in sports and other activities?
The competition to be valedictorian is not an issue, because the students will be coming as juniors and seniors and
won’t be able to accumulate
enough rank points for that in
two years, said Kim Ehrhardt,
director of curriculum, at a
school board committee meeting
last
month.
But a foreign student
would be able
to bump the
first chair in
the orchestra,
get cast as a
lead in the
Schulte
school musical or be a
starter on a sports team, Superintendent Karen Schulte said
at the same meeting.
The school board will consider approving a set of rules
for foreign students when it
meets Tuesday.
The rules cover the traditional foreign-exchange students, who arrive with J-1 visas
issued by the State Department. They also cover students
with F-1 visas, who are required to pay tuition.
The proposal would change
a rule for foreign exchange students, who previously were
limited to four per high school,
although the board often allowed more.
The proposal would require
the director of administrative
Turn to SCHOOLS on Page 6A
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Associated Press
Green Bay Packers Jarrett Bush, left, and Datone
Jones celebrate after Bush intercepted a pass during the final seconds of the NFL game between the
Packers and the visiting Atlanta Falcons at Lambeau
Field in Green Bay on Sunday.The Packers trailed 2110 at half and rallied to score the game’s final 12
points for a 22-21 win. It was Green Bay’s first win
in six weeks without starting quarterback Aaron
Rodgers. Story on Page 1B.
Gazette at a Glance
LOCAL 3A,6A
Snow makes travel dangerous
Photos by Bill Olmsted/[email protected]
Above: Janesville postal worker Brant Yantorni has been working for the postal service for decades. The busiest time
of the year is approaching for postal workers across the country.
By Frank Schultz
[email protected]
See store for details
Defense seals win for Pack
IF YOU GO
The Janesville School
Board has three meetings set
for Tuesday night at the Educational Services Center, 527
S. Franklin St.:
■ 5:30 p.m. listening session to hear informally from
the public.
■ 6 p.m. closed session.
The agenda includes deliberation on or negotiation of tuition for foreign students and
update on contract negotiations with the Janesville Education Association.
■ 6:30 p.m. regular meeting, which has an uncharacteristically short agenda.
1523 Hwy 14 East • Janesville • (608) 754-9022
Top: After decades of carrying a bag and having back surgery,Yantorni uses a pushcart to help handle larger volumes
of mail on his route these days. The holiday season will bring a crush of holiday mailings to the postal service.
Carriers remain critical factor
in tech-driven postal service
By Anna Marie Lux
[email protected]ra.com
JANESVILLE
You can hear the good
humor in his voice as
mail carrier Brant Yantorni
leaves
the
Janesville Post Office to
set out on his delivery
route.
“It’s time to make the
magic happen,” he said.
The 35-year-postal
service veteran embraces
a daily mantra: Keep the
people happy.
With the holiday rush
in full swing, Yantorni is
especially loaded down
with packages as he
makes deliveries to hundreds of homes on the
city’s northeast side.
Maybe you’ve seen
him, bent slightly forward as he walks so he
doesn’t crash on the ice.
“I crave fish because I
walk like a penguin,” he
said, laughing at his own
joke.
Thanks to technology,
Yantorni spends less time
in the post office sorting
mail and more time on
the street delivering it.
“When I started in this
job, we had to sort everything,” Yantorni said. “It
wasn’t unusual to spend
more than two hours easily in the office every
morning. Now, the mail
all goes to Madison for
sorting. It seems we are
getting more and more
things done by machine.”
Yantorni is right.
With the approach of
the year’s busiest mailing
day—Monday, Dec. 16—
new and improved technology keeps the seasonal avalanche of cards and
packages moving at a fast
clip.
Much of the work is
done at Madison’s processing and distribution
center on Milwaukee
Street.
Letters, cards and
packages mailed in the
Madison service area,
which includes all of
Rock County, end up at
the almost 100,000square-foot building.
Manager Gary Kaiser
reigns over the bustling
operation, where the
package business is
booming because of online commerce.
In fact, Kaiser said, the
volume of packages shot
up 17 percent in 2012 during the holiday.
Nationally, the financially troubled postal
service predicts a 12 percent jump. The federal
agency even started
working with Amazon
last month to begin making Sunday deliveries in
New York and Los Angeles. It plans to expand
that service to other cities
next year.
Closer to home, the
Madison center processes about 25,000 packages
daily for delivery in the
Turn to POSTAL on Page 7A
SPORTS 1B-3B
FSU faces Auburn for BCS title
It will be the Florida State Seminoles
matched up against the Auburn Tigers for the
national championship in NCAA football at
Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, Calif. on Jan.
6. Top-ranked Florida State (13-0) was the only
team to get through the regular season unbeaten, and the Seminoles did it in dominating fashion. Auburn (12-1) won the Southeastern Conference, and among the teams with imperfect
records, the Tigers’ resume is best. The title
matchup became official Sunday night when all
of the final BCS pairings were announced.
Tell The Gazette about
your holiday traditions
Postal service employee Dave Robitschek loads a letter
sorting machine in the Madison distribution center. The
center has 20 such machines.Each can sort 25,000 pieces
per hour.
KEY MAILING DATES
Tuesday, Dec. 10—Deadline for priority mail express
international for Dec. 25 arrival.
Friday,Dec.20—Deadline for sending first-class mail
for Dec. 25 arrival.
Saturday,Dec.21—Deadline for sending priority mail
for Dec. 25 arrival.
Monday,Dec.23—Deadline for sending priority mail
express for Dec. 25 arrival.
Tuesday,Dec.24—Normal delivery day.Most post offices close at noon. Mail in blue collection boxes will be
picked up at noon or earlier. Priority mail accepted today will have an extra day added to the delivery time.
Wednesday,Dec.25—Post offices closed.Only priority mail express will be delivered.
Tuesday, Dec. 31—Normal delivery day. Most post
offices will close at noon. Mail in blue collection boxes
will be picked up at noon or earlier. Priority mail accepted today will have an extra day added to the delivery time.
Wednesday, Jan. 1—Post offices closed. Only priority mail express will be delivered.
Food-technology startups aim to replace eggs, chicken
■ Ventures hope to change way we eat
with better alternatives for environment
Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO
The startup is housed in a garage-like space
in San Francisco’s tech-heavy South of Market
neighborhood, but it isn’t like most of its neighbors that develop software, websites and mobile-phone apps. Its mission is to find plant replacements for eggs.
Inside, research chefs bake cookies and
Janesville’s biggest snowfall so far this season resulted in slippery, snow-covered roads
that caused runoffs and numerous minor-injury
crashes in Janesville and area communities just
before noon Sunday. The situation was worse in
other areas in southern Wisconsin. The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office described conditions
on the interstates as “extremely slippery and
dangerous” with multiple pileups, including a
fatal rollover on Interstate 43 eastbound at
Highway 100.
cakes, whip up batches of flavored mayonnaise
and pan-fry omelets and French toast—all
without eggs.
Funded by prominent Silicon Valley investors and Microsoft founder Bill Gates,
Hampton Creek Foods seeks to disrupt a global egg industry that backers say wastes energy, pollutes the environment, causes disease
outbreaks and confines chickens to tiny spaces.
The company, which just started selling its
first product—Just Mayo mayonnaise—at
Whole Foods Markets, is part of a new generation of so-called food-tech ventures that aim
to change the way we eat.
“There’s nothing to indicate that this will
be a trend that will end anytime soon,” said
Anand Sanwal, CEO of CB Insights, a New York
firm that tracks venture capital investment.
“Sustainability and challenges to the food supply are pretty fundamental issues.”
Venture capital firms, which invest heavily
in early-stage technology companies, poured
nearly $350 million into food-related startups
last year, compared with less than $50 million
in 2008, according to the firm.
Plant-based alternatives to eggs, poultry
Turn to EGG on Page 7A
The holidays are a time for families to
gather and celebrate in their own ways. This
year, The Gazette is asking readers to share
their Christmas Eve traditions that make
the holiday bright, merry and unforgettable.
If you have a story about a Christmas
Eve tradition and think others might enjoy
reading about it, please email a short synopsis and contact information to [email protected]; send a letter to Andrea Anderson, The Janesville Gazette, P.O.
Box 5001, Janesville, WI 53547-5001; or call
608-755-8219.
DEATH NOTICES 6A
William H. Crandall/Janesville
Norman L. Lancaster/Brodhead
Mary Joan O’Leary/Janesville
OBITUARIES 6A
Alan Gene DeLong/Madison
Douglas G.Jones Sr./Beloit and Janesville
Lillian M. Kelly/Brodhead
Betty L. Reich/Janesville
INSIDE
Advice ..............................5B
Classified ....................7B-8B
Comics..............................4B
Horoscope ........................8B
Legals................................2A
Lotteries ..........................6A
Nation/World....................6B
Obituaries ........................6A
Opinion ............................4A
Puzzles, Games ................8B
State ................................2A
Television ..........................5B
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Wisconsin Capitol
gets Festivus pole
Rotunda features
diverse displays
Associated Press
MADISON
Where do a 30-foot Christmas tree, a nativity-like scene
that mocks religion and a Festivus pole peacefully coexist?
The rotunda of the Wisconsin Capitol.
While the towering balsam
fir Christmas tree with the toy
train circling its base and
handmade ornaments attract
the most attention, tourists
who venture one floor up will
encounter a panoply of beliefs—from those who embrace Christianity to those
who prefer a fictional holiday
created by “Seinfeld,” and
those who shun religion altogether.
The First Amendment ban
on state establishment of religion makes holiday displays
in public buildings a sometimes volatile subject. The
Wisconsin Civil Liberties
Union sued in 1984 to remove
the Capitol Christmas tree,
halt a menorah lighting and
end an annual nativity pageant. But the lawsuit failed,
and the solution in recent
years has been to embrace all
religions.
“The rotunda is getting
very cluttered,” said Annie
Laurie Gaylor, co-president of
the Freedom from Religion
Foundation. “But if a devotional nativity display is allowed, then there must be
‘room at the inn’ for all points
of view, including irreverency
and free thought.”
The foundation, which
represents atheists and agnostics, has a “Winter Solstice
Nativity” display in the Capitol. The scene features Charles
Darwin, Albert Einstein and
Mark Twain as the three wise
men, the Statue of Liberty and
an astronaut as angels and an
African American girl baby
doll to represent that “humankind was birthed in
Africa.”
Anyone who submits an
application to the Capitol police can put up a display,
which has opened the door to
an unusual mix of views. But
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DNR officials are expected
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meeting Tuesday detailing results from the nine-day season.
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everyone in the Capitol, from
Gov. Scott Walker to tourists,
said they were OK with that.
“It’s fine. It’s a diverse
state,” Walker said. “I think it’s
a reflection of the many different wonderful traditions in
the state of Wisconsin.”
Marty Kehrein, of Madison, was in the Capitol for the
three lighting ceremony on
Thursday.
“I think they’re all great,”
he said of the displays. “I’m all
for representing all the beliefs.”
The longest running tradition is the Christmas tree,
which has been on display
every year since 1916. Until
1987, it called a Christmas tree.
But that year, state officials replaced the word “Christmas”
with “holiday” to avoid offending anyone. Walker started calling it a Christmas tree
again after he took office in
2011.
Also in 2011, the anti-abortion group Wisconsin Family
Action put up a traditional nativity scene with a baby Jesus,
three wise men, Mary and
Joseph. The Freedom from
Religion Foundation installed
its scene in response.
The holiday spat between
the two groups dates to the
1980s when they each displayed banners professing
their faith, or lack thereof,
leading to a policy limiting the
size of signs hung in the rotunda.
Both said they are satisfied
these days with the dual nativity scenes.
“At least we’re represented,” Gaylor said.
“It’s a public forum,” added
Wisconsin Family Action
president Julaine Appling.
“All expressions of faith and
opinion are welcomed there.”
A silver Festivus pole familiar to fans of the long-running
television sitcom “Seinfeld”
has been added to the rotunda this year between the two
nativity scenes.
Festivus was celebrated in
a 1997 episode on Dec. 23 as a
substitute for Christmas. The
invented “holiday for the rest
of us” featured time for celebrants to air their grievances
from the past year and participate in feats of strength.
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What it is: Rock County Public Works crews are working to
install nearly six miles of snow
fencing along roads.
Although the work typically
is finished by the end of November, road construction projects
kept crews busy. Snow fencing
installation will continue into
December, Public Works Director Ben Coopman said.
“We’re lucky the snow has
held off,” he said.
A half dozen crews will install the estimated 30,000 feet
of snow fence along state, county and town roads, Coopman
said. He said fencing sections
up to hundreds of feet long are
scattered throughout the county.
The placement of snow fencing is based on the experience of
snowplow drivers who know
where snow creates blowing
and drifting problems, Coopman said.
Property owners are asked
if fencing can be installed on
their land.
Snow fencing slows the
blowing snow, causing it to
form drifts downwind of the
fencing rather than on the road,
Coopman said.
“The idea is to catch that
snow back and away from the
road,” he said.
Coopman said a strategic
highway research report indicates snow fencing is cost effective.
“It claims that the cost of removing snow from the road versus the cost of putting up snow
fencing is 100 times higher,” he
said.
Coopman said it costs the
public works department between $20,000 and $25,000 for
the staff time to put up and take
down the snow fencing each
year.
This year, it also cost $18,000
for new snow fencing, the first
time in three years the county
has purchased fencing.
The fencing will be part of
the county landscape until
crews remove it in spring.
sponded to the Interstate between Kennedy Road and the
exit at Highway 14. At least
nine wreckers were requested
and eight used, said Sgt. Brian Vaughn of the Janesville
Police Department.
Throughout the afternoon
and evening Sunday, other
crashes happened in the area,
including vehicles that slid
into traffic light and telephone poles plus traffic signs,
knocking them down. City
public works crews were
called in to make repairs.
Emergency
responders
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a dispatcher at the Rock County Communications Center
was heard on the scanner asking if there were any available
units to respond to a crash
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a.m. Sunday. It was to remain
in effect until 6 a.m. today. The
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Janesville’s biggest snowfall so far this season resulted
in slippery, snow-covered
roads that caused runoffs and
numerous
minor-injury
crashes in Janesville and area
communities just before noon
Sunday.
Light snow began falling
Sunday morning and continued into the night.
The situation was worse in
other areas in southern Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee County
Sheriff’s Office described conditions on the interstates as
“extremely slippery and dangerous” with multiple pileups,
including a fatal rollover on
Interstate 43 eastbound at
Highway 100.
In Racine County, the sheriff’s office said one man was
killed in a crash on Interstate
94 in the town of Yorkville. Lt.
Daniel Klatt said it was weather related. The freeway was
snow-covered and very slippery with ice present at the
time. The southbound lanes
had to be closed for several
hours.
North of Milwaukee, the
Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Office reported 40 to 50 cars and
a semi were involved in crash-
es on Interstate 43 with an unknown number of injuries.
Around 2.75 inches of snow
had fallen in Janesville by 8:30
p.m. Snow accumulations
were forecast to end before
midnight, said Sarah Marquardt, meteorologist at the
National Weather Service in
Sullivan.
But today’s work commute
won’t be substantially better
than the travel conditions
Sunday.
Weather conditions will
not improve as winds pick up
to 25 mph today, said Sgt.
Shena Kohler, director of
Rock County Emergency
Management.
“The big problem we’re going to have is drifting snow,”
she said.
The last measurable snow
in Janesville fell Nov. 25 when
the city received 1 inch. Only
traces of snow were recorded
earlier in November, according to Gazette records.
Minutes after first reports
of slippery roads at 11:36 a.m.
Sunday, there were more
than a half-dozen crashes,
with minor injuries. The accidents backed up nearly 30
vehicles on Interstate 90/39
causing the Wisconsin State
Patrol to shut down southbound lanes.
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Asparagus Quiche
9-inch deep dish unbaked pie shell
½ cup diced onion
4 ounces bacon
1½ cups asparagus, cut into ½-inch pieces
4 large eggs
1½ cups half-and-half
6 to 8 ounces shredded Swiss or mozzarella cheese
Dash of white pepper
1 teaspoon dried, chopped parsley
Dash of nutmeg
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Directions: Chop bacon into small pieces and place in sauté pan
with chopped onions. Saute until bacon is almost crisp, then add asparagus. Continue to cook until asparagus is just tender. Remove from
heat and drain off bacon grease. In a separate bowl, beat together the
eggs and half-and-half. Add the cheese, pepper, salt, parsley and nutmeg, and combine. Add the drained bacon, onions and asparagus. Pour
in to a 9-inch pie shell. Place on a cookie sheet to catch drippings and
bake in a 350-degree oven for 45 minutes to 1 hour.
—Recipe provided by Joan Schultz, as seen in The Gathering Place’s
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Student art can be submitted two ways:
■ Hand deliver original art or photos to the front desk of The
Gazette, 1 S. Parker Drive, Janesville, to the attention of Greg Little. To have the work returned, provide a self-addressed, stamped
envelope of proper size, or call (608) 755-8255 to schedule a
pick-up time after the work has been published.
■ Email a high-resolution image of the work (300 dots per
inch) to [email protected]
Daylilies A Cappella Chorus—
1-3 p.m., First Lutheran Church,
612 N. Randall Ave., Janesville. Call
(608) 752-8138 or (608) 7430410.
Library Explorers—3:45-4:45
p.m., Hedberg Public Library, 316
S. Main St., Janesville. For kids in
grades K-5. Have fun exploring different themes through stories,
activities and more. No registration necessary. Because this is a
special program for elementary
school children, younger siblings
are not invited.
Stateline singles bowling outing—6 p.m., Diamond Lanes, 1218
Cranston Road, Beloit. All singles
55 and older are invited. For more
information, call (608) 365-6197
or (608) 365-7073.
Janesville Stateline Sweet
Adelines Harmony Chorus—79:30 p.m., Mt. Zion United
Methodist Church, 2130 Mt. Zion
Ave., Janesville. Call 608) 9211940.
Badger Chordhawk Chorus
guest night—7-9:30 p.m.,
Emmanuel Free Methodist Church,
4224 Whilden Court, Janesville.
Males age 16 and older with a
Rock County Council on Aging Golden Diners menu:
Tuesday—Chicken breast, scalloped potatoes with ham, Wisconsin
mixed vegetables, wheat bread, carrot bar.
For reservations, call (608) 757-5474 by noon the day before and
by noon Friday for Monday.
SCHOOLMENUS
Menu for Janesville elementary schools:
Today—Whole-grain grilled cheese sandwich or walking tacos, fresh
cauliflower and dip, cherry tomatoes, fruit choice, milk choice.
Tuesday—Pork and vegetable egg roll or teriyaki chicken bites with
a whole-wheat roll, rice, steamed peas, tossed salad greens, fruit
choice, milk choice.
Menu for Janesville middle schools:
Monday—Choice of whole-grain spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic bread, toasted ham and cheese on whole wheat, specialty salad, sub
sandwich or popcorn chicken with a whole-wheat roll; with steamed
broccoli, fruit choices, milk choice.
Tuesday—Lunch buffet – choose from a variety of entrees, fruits,
vegetables and breads.
SETTING ITSTRAIGHT
The Janesville Gazette is committed to accuracy and fairness and
will correct significant errors brought to our attention. If you believe we
have made such an error, call the appropriate reporter at (608) 7543311; the section editor, whose name, phone number and e-mail address appear atop the section front; Local News Editor Sid Schwartz,
Ext. 293; or Editor Scott Angus, Ext. 250.
ENTERTAINMENT
Parker Pen exhibit—8 a.m.-5
p.m., Olde Towne Mall, 20 S. Main
St., Janesville. For more information, call the Rock County
Historical Society at 608-7564509.
Lincoln-Tallman House holiday hours—9 a.m.-4 p.m., Lincoln
Tallman Restorations, 440 N.
Jackson St., Janesville. For more
information, call (608) 756-4509.
“The Trash Caste” exhibit—
Wright Museum of Art, Beloit
College, 700 College St., Beloit.
Features excerpts from the book
“Behind the Beautiful Forever” by
Katherine Boo and photographs
by Associated Press photographer
Amiran White.
“Winter Wonderland” exhibit—St. Mary’s Janesville Hospital,
3400 E. Racine St., Janesville.
Features paintings by members of
the Janesville Art League. Runs
through Jan. 31.
Mary Jo Manus exhibition—
Raven’s Wish Gallery, 101 W.
Milwaukee St., Janesville. Manus
creates custom children’s furniture with art history themes, as
well as original paintings and pastels.
HEALTH
Adult indoor lap swim—6-7
a.m. and 6-7:30 p.m., Marshall
Middle School, 25 S. Pontiac Drive,
Janesville. For ages 18 and older.
Swimmers park in the main parking lot and enter through door No.
21. Cost: $3-$65.
Cholesterol screenings—8
a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mercy Clinic
South, 849 Kellogg Ave.,
Janesville. Cost: $5.
Red Cross blood drive—2-6
p.m., St. Stephen’s Family Center
Fellowship Hall, 716 Shu Lar Lane,
Clinton. Visit redcrossblood.org.
Public meditation—7 p.m., The
Diamond Way Buddhist Group of
Whitewater, 298 S. Franklin St.,
Whitewater. Call (262) 472-0196.
SENIOR CENTERS
Janesville Senior Center—69
S. Water St., Janesville. 8 a.m.,
pool; 8:30 a.m., exercise; 9 a.m.,
Woodcarvers; 9:30 a.m., clogging,
dominoes, line dancing, piano,
ping pong; noon, Scrabble; 12:30
p.m., duplicate bridge; 1 p.m.,
watercolor, RSR, choristers,
Krafters.
Creekside Place—102 Maple
St., Evansville. 8:30 a.m., strong
women; 9 a.m., play group; 10:30
a.m., chair exercises; 1 p.m., knitting; 5:15 p.m., yoga/pilates; 6
p.m., boot camp, beer school; 6:30
p.m., strong women.
The Gathering Place—715
Campus St., Milton. 9 a.m., paper
crafting, chair yoga; 10 a.m., tai
chi; 11:15 a.m., qi gong; 1 p.m.,
knitting/crochet, mah jong,
Scrabble, pinochle, leather tooling
by appointment; 5:45 p.m. zumba.
Clinton Senior Center—508
Front St., Clinton. 1 p.m., euchre.
Beloit Senior Center—631
Bluff St., Beloit. 8 a.m., billiards;
8:30 a.m., chair exercise; 9 a.m.,
paper crafting; 9:30 a.m.,
Goldenaires; 11:30 a.m., Chews &
News; 12:30 p.m., bridge lessons; 1
p.m., golf.
Whitewater Senior Center—
504 W. Starin Road, Whitewater.
8:45 a.m., Core & More; 9:30 a.m.,
computer tutor, FUNctional Fit;
noon, senior forum; 12:30 p.m.,
pickleball, digital stories; 1 p.m.,
mahjong, bid euchre, massage
therapy.
t u e s d a y
Editor’s note: Student art is published as space allows. Original
art submitted to the Gazette must be picked up within three
months of publication. To have unpublished original art submissions returned, please call Greg Little at (608) 755-8255.
SENIOR MEALS
desire to sing are welcome.
COMMUNITY
Preschool story times and
crafts—10:30 a.m., Edgerton
Public Library, 101 Albion St.,
Edgerton.
Preschool story hour—10:30
a.m., Milton Public Library, 430 E.
High St., Milton. For ages 3-6.
Stitch n’ Bitch—1-3 p.m., The
Italian House, 1603 E. Racine St.,
Janesville. Open fiber arts gathering. Free lessons and advice. Visit
stitchingcreationsandcommunity.blogspot.com or call (608) 7529248.
Peace vigil—4 p.m., Rep. Paul
Ryan’s office, 20 S. Main St.,
Janesville. Located outside.
Hosted by Rock Valley Fellowship
of Reconciliation. Signs provided.
Visit www.rockvalleyfor.org.
Basic beading class—4-6 p.m.,
Magpie Beads, 156 St. Lawrence
Ave., Beloit. Call (608) 312-2529.
Participants will learn how to
make jewelry.
Bingo—6:30 p.m., Veterans of
Foreign Wars Club, 1015 Center
Ave., Janesville. Hosted by the
Military Order of the Cootie.
American Legion Post 205
meeting—6:30 p.m., Janesville
Elks Lodge, 2100 N. Washington
St., Janesville. Call (608) 7547383.
You Are Not Alone—7 p.m.,
4224 Whilden Court, Janesville.
Social gathering for those 40 and
older who are widowed, divorced
or single. Speakers, potluck, dancing and trips. Call (608) 5630488.
Submit calendar items FIVE BUSINESS DAYS in advance, and
Support Group items TWO WEEKS in advance. To submit an item,
fill out the form at gazettextra.com/events/submit.
ENTERTAINMENT
St., Janesville. For more information, call the Rock County
Historical Society at 608-7564509.
Lincoln-Tallman House holiday hours—9 a.m.-4 p.m., Lincoln
Tallman Restorations, 440 N.
Jackson St., Janesville. For more
information, call (608) 756-4509.
Janesville Catholic Saints
Band Christmas concert—6:30
p.m., St. William Catholic School,
1822 Ravine St., Janesville.
Features students from St. John
Vianney, St. Patrick and St. William
Catholic schools. Free admission.
“The Trash Caste” exhibit—
Wright Museum of Art, Beloit
College, 700 College St., Beloit.
Features excerpts from the book
“Behind the Beautiful Forever” by
Katherine Boo and photographs
by Associated Press photographer
Amiran White.
“Winter Wonderland” exhibit—St. Mary’s Janesville Hospital,
3400 E. Racine St., Janesville.
Features paintings by members of
the Janesville Art League. Runs
through Jan. 31.
Mary Jo Manus exhibition—
Raven’s Wish Gallery, 101 W.
Milwaukee St., Janesville. Manus
creates custom children’s furniture with art history themes, as
well as original paintings and
pastels.
HEALTH
Adult indoor lap swim—6-7:15
a.m. and 6-7:30 p.m., Marshall
Middle School, 25 S. Pontiac Drive,
Janesville. For ages 18 and older.
Swimmers park in the main parking lot and enter through door No.
21. Cost: $3-$65.
Cholesterol screenings—8
a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mercy Clinic
South, 849 Kellogg Ave.,
Janesville. Cost: $5.
RECREATION
Dartball—1 p.m., Salvation
Army Community Center, 514
Sutherland Ave., Janesville.
SENIOR CENTERS
Senior Group of Walworth
County—Lake Geneva City Hall,
626 Geneva St., Lake Geneva. 9:30
a.m. and 12:30 p.m., bridge.
Janesville Senior Center—69
S. Water St., Janesville. 8 a.m.,
pool; 8:30 a.m., exercise, foot
care; 9 a.m., beginning quilting,
ceramics; 9:30 a.m., line dancing,
Troubadours; 9:30 a.m., Dept. of
Transportation presentation on
roundabouts; 10:30 a.m., ping
pong; 1 p.m., bingo, sheepshead,
quilting, euchre, computers; 2
p.m., strong women; 3:15 p.m.,
zumba gold.
Creekside Place—102 Maple
St., Evansville. 8:15 a.m., vinyasa
yoga; 9:15 a.m., power yoga; 10:30
a.m., Arthritis Foundation exercise;
12:30 p.m., senior bingo; 3 p.m.,
Woodchucks meeting; 5:30 p.m.,
Weight Watchers.
The Gathering Place—715
Campus St., Milton. 8 a.m., dance
aerobics; 9 a.m., quilt tying, strong
women; 10:30 a.m., WJB Trio; 1
p.m., bridge, quilt club; 5:30 p.m.,
yoga.
Clinton Senior Center—508
Front St., Clinton. 1 p.m., Mexican
train.
Beloit Senior Center—631
Bluff St., Beloit. 8 a.m., billiards; 9
a.m., beginning line dancing; 10
a.m., regular line dancing; 11:30
a.m., Chews & News; 1 p.m., cribbage.
Whitewater Senior Center—
504 W. Starin Road, Whitewater.
8:30 a.m., pickleball; 9:30 a.m.,
computer tutor; 10 a.m., bingo; 11
a.m., blood pressure; 12:30 p.m.,
movie - “Surviving Christmas”; 1
p.m., sheepshead.
FAITH
Bible study—6 p.m., Salvation
Army Community Center, 514
Sutherland Ave., Janesville.
Women’s and mens fellowship—7 p.m., Salvation Army
Community Center, 514
Sutherland Ave., Janesville.
Maryann L. Warden
608-921-6777
BuynSellwithMaryann.com
[email protected]
1521 Randolph Rd., Ste. A
Janesville, WI 53545
Parker Pen exhibit—8 a.m.-5
p.m., Olde Towne Mall, 20 S. Main
811078
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WEATHER
JANESVILLE ALMANAC
ACCU WEATHER 5-DAY FORECAST FOR JANESVILLE
Sunday’s high ................................25
Average high ................................32.1
Sunday’s low ....................................3
Average low..................................19.8
Snow ................................2.75 inches
High a year ago today ....................36
Low a year ago today......................29
TODAY
Partly sunny and frigid today; snow showers in
the morning, except a couple of snow showers
in the northeast and dry in the southwest.
Bitterly cold tonight; a couple of snow showers in
the northeast and northwestern parts.
Morning flurries; some
sun
Sunshine and bitterly
cold
Variably cloudy, breezy
and cold
7°
22°
Winds W 10-20
12°
15°
Winds WSW 10-20
Cold with periods
of sun
Partly sunny and
breezy
21°
33°
1°
Winds NW 7-14
Winds SW 7-14
25°
Winds SSW 10-20
0/-9
18/-3
Escanaba
3/-7
At night since winter nights are longer
Minneapolis
Eau Claire
70s
60s
5/-6
Marshfield
17/0
8/-6
20/3
12/3
Madison
Milwaukee
15/4
Waterloo
Janesville
Dubuque
19/7
16/6
By phone: 1-800-ROAD WIS
On the Internet: http://www.dot.state.wi.us
13/5
18/6
29/15
21/9
Waukesha
Kenosha
22/8
Rockford
Cedar Rapids
16/10
Grand Rapids
17/4
Lancaster
Des Moines
20s
Kalamazoo
28/14
20/8
Davenport
18/7
Chicago
La Salle
23/13
10s
0s
-0s
-10s
24/10
Gary
27/13
High: Punta Gorda, Fla. at 87°
Low: Chinook, Mont. at -43°
NATIONAL CITIES
Manitowoc
La Crosse
Jan 1
30s
National extremes yesterday for the 48 contiguous states
27/10
17/-2
SUN AND MOON
10/4
40s
Traverse City
Green Bay
7/0
7:14 a.m.
4:23 p.m.
11:59 a.m.
none
New
50s
Ice
An icy mix will occur across the Northeast, mainly the interior, today with plain rain over most of the mid-Atlantic. Snow will fall
across northern New England and back into the Great Lakes. Rain will fall from Virginia down to eastern Texas. Snow showers
will dot the Rockies as Santa Ana winds develop in Southern California.
Marinette
Rochester
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Road Conditions
80s
Flurries
Stationary
Shown are noon positions of weather
systems and precipitation. Temperature
bands are highs for the day. Forecast high/
low temperatures are for selected cities.
20/-4
6/-11
Barron
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90s
Rain
Warm
Rhinelander
4/-1
Dec 25
110s
Cold
8/-3
Tonight is the first-quarter moon. Look for the
right half lit moon high in the south after dark.
Last
Monday, December 9, 2013
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highs and tonight’s lows.
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TUESDAY
Monday, December 9, 2013 7A
South Bend
26/13
City
Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Dubuque
Honolulu
Indianapolis
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Marquette
Memphis
Today
Hi Lo W
63 48 r
44 33 sn
24 10 sf
35 21 pc
36 21 sf
39 25 c
20 6 pc
33 17 sf
16 6 pc
83 69 s
29 18 pc
39 25 s
58 38 s
18 -3 sf
42 28 pc
WORLD CITIES
Tuesday
Hi Lo W
52 39 r
39 26 sn
24 10 pc
32 15 sf
28 20 pc
40 28 s
36 10 pc
26 18 sf
23 11 pc
83 71 pc
30 15 sf
43 31 s
62 41 s
17 3 sn
41 29 pc
Today
City
Hi Lo W
Milwaukee
21 9 sf
Minneapolis
4 -1 pc
Nashville
42 30 r
New Orleans
64 52 r
New York
48 34 r
Orlando
84 64 pc
Philadelphia
42 34 r
Phoenix
55 37 s
Reno
28 9 pc
Salt Lake City
16 8 pc
San Diego
60 39 s
San Francisco
51 37 pc
Seattle
37 30 pc
St. Louis
30 18 pc
Washington, DC 44 32 r
Tuesday
Hi Lo W
25 11 c
11 -4 c
39 25 pc
57 46 r
38 26 sn
83 62 pc
37 24 sn
57 37 s
38 14 s
27 8 s
60 42 s
54 39 s
43 35 c
35 20 sf
38 24 sn
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Athens
Baghdad
Beijing
Berlin
Buenos Aires
Cairo
Johannesburg
Kabul
London
Mexico City
Paris
Rome
Sydney
Tokyo
Toronto
Today
Hi Lo W
55 39 s
59 35 pc
44 22 s
46 37 r
71 59 r
65 47 s
74 59 c
52 27 s
50 41 pc
72 45 pc
46 35 pc
57 45 pc
91 68 pc
55 50 c
38 17 sf
Tuesday
Hi Lo W
57 36 s
53 34 s
46 23 pc
43 36 c
75 61 pc
64 51 pc
67 56 r
50 33 pc
51 39 s
72 47 pc
47 37 s
58 43 s
88 64 pc
64 43 r
27 16 pc
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Egg/Tech startups
seek smarter
food choices
Continued from 1A
and other meat could be good
for the environment because
it could reduce consumption
of meat, which requires large
amounts of land, water and
crops to produce, backers say.
It could also benefit people’s
health, especially in heavy
meat-eating countries like the
U.S., and reduce outbreaks of
diseases such as avian flu, they
say.
“The biggest challenge is
that people who consume a lot
of meat really like meat, and to
convince them to try something different may be extremely difficult,” said Claire
Kremen, faculty co-director of
the Berkeley Food Institute at
the University of California,
Berkeley.
The American Egg Board,
which represents U.S. producers, said eggs can’t be replaced.
“Our customers have said
they’re not interested in egg
substitutes. They want real,
natural eggs with their familiar
ingredients,” Mitch Kanter, executive director of the boardfunded Egg Nutrition Center,
said in a statement.
The industry has reduced
its water use and greenhouse
gas emissions, and hens are living longer due to better health
and nutrition, he said.
Hampton Creek’s quest to
replace the ubiquitous chicken egg is also backed by PayPal
co-founder Peter Thiel and
Khosla Ventures, a venture
capital fund started by Sun Microsystems co-founder Vinod
Khosla.
In its food lab, biochemists
grind up beans and peer
through microscopes to study
their molecular structure,
looking for plants that can fulfill the culinary functions of
eggs. So far, the company has
analyzed some 1,500 types of
plants from more than 60
countries.
Janesville letter carrier Brant
Yantorni shows off a handmade
greeting card given to him by a
man on his route. The man has
Photos by Bill Olmsted /[email protected]
since died, but Yantorni gets the Thanks to the installation of optical scanners, the processing of packages and bundled mail at the Madicard out every year.
son postal processing center is faster and more accurate.
Postal/Technology helps speed processing
Continued from 1A
A worker at the Madison postal processing center transfers sorted letters to bins that will
be transported to individual letter carriers in the center’s service area. Before automation,
each local office sorted the bulk of its own mail.
Cards and packages for delivery outside
the Madison service area are sorted and
moved on to an even bigger processing center in Milwaukee. From there, they are sorted and sent to addresses in Wisconsin, the
United States and the world.
Other machines scan and sort area packages and bundles of magazines according
to zip codes. Later, the packages and magazines go to local post offices for more sorting by clerks and letter carriers. Packages
are scanned at every stop along their journeys, which allows customers to track their
progress online.
“Technology has allowed us to process
more mail faster and more accurately,”
Kaiser said. “The changes are humongous
in our ability to process letters.”
In addition, improved technology saves
time for the carriers in the post office each
day. They still sort mail, but the amount is
much smaller than it was in the past.
Kaiser is amazed at how much mail is
processed every day, especially during the
holiday.
“A lot of people entrust the mail to us
and don’t realize all the things it goes
through to get to where it is going,” Kaiser
said. “They just want to know that it gets
delivered. Machines are great tools, but we
will always need employees to process and
move the mail on the last leg of its journey.”
Among those workers is Yantorni, who
goes the final mile in December with extra
cards and packages.
“A lot of people are excited to see what I’m
bringing them,” he said. “I have close to 600
stops, but for each house I go up to, it is a
special encounter. I have to make sure I treat
the people that way.”
This time of year, residents show their
appreciation to Yantorni with small gifts of
cookies, fudge and even homemade cards.
At 62, he could have retired a few years
ago. But he chose against it.
“I will work until I can’t because I enjoy
it,” he said.
“I make the magic happen every day.”
“I SELL
‘EM”
MAILING TIPS
cause sorting machines might pick it up and
send the package to the wrong place. Secure
the flaps.
■ Mail packages early.
“If you can’t make it to the post office, go
to www.usps.com and order a carrier pickup,”
Hargadon said.“The sooner you do it, the better, and it takes the stress out of what you are
doing.”
■ Drop cards and letters into blue collection boxes anytime, even Sundays, to get the
mail on its way sooner to the processing plant.
He adds: “Nothing beats a card or a letter
in the mail. You can touch it. It lasts. If someone takes a moment to write by hand, it is still
important for a lot of people.”
TOM PECK
Clinton, Wisconsin
808187
Sean Hargadon, spokesman for the U.S.
Postal Service, offers mailing tips:
■ Write addresses on cards and letters in
capital letters, which are easiest for scanning
and sorting machines to read.Make sure the zip
code is on the same line as the city and state.
■ If mailing in a used box, make sure it is
sturdy. Remove old address information be-
John Petit
608-676-2273
1239695R
service area, which roughly stretches west
to the Mississippi River, north to Friendship and Fond du Lac, east to the Walworth
County line and south to the Illinois border.
The number of packages will bounce up
to 35,000 and even 40,000 on some days
during the holiday season.
In addition to packages, the center
processes about 1.5 million first-class letters daily for delivery in the Madison service area. The number may swell to 3 million during the holiday peak, Kaiser said.
But unlike packages, the volume of letters continues to drop and is expected to be
down about 7 percent this year.
Still, in an era when the federal postal
service is losing money overall, the Madison processing center earns its keep.
“We generate a lot of revenue,” Kaiser
said. “We usually stand out from the rest of
the country in the volume of mail received
here.”
Company catalogs and magazines from
places such as the commercial printing
company Quad/Graphics are the reason.
The postal center gets two or three semitrailer trucks of catalogs and magazines a
day, with up to 10 on other days.
“In a couple of hours, you won’t be able
to stand here,” Kaiser said, walking alongside one of 15 loading stalls, where trucks
bring in mail from all post offices in the
service area and from around the country.
Once workers move letters and packages
off the trucks, technology does much of the
extensive sorting with little help from human hands.
Machines scan and sort the mail in a
complicated process. They read the addresses on letters, translate them into bar
codes and ink jet the codes onto the fronts
of the envelopes. Other machines read the
bar codes and sort letters according to their
places of delivery.
The research has resulted in
11 “hits,” said Josh Tetrick, the
company’s CEO.
“Our approach is to use
plants that are much more sustainable—less greenhouse gas
emissions, less water, no animal involved and a whole lot
more affordable—to create a
better food system,” said the
former linebacker on West Virginia University’s football
team.
The company’s first product—the mayonnaise—is sold
for roughly the same price as
the traditional variety. It soon
hopes to start selling cookie
dough and a batter that scrambles like eggs when fried in a
pan.
“The egg is a miracle, so one
of the hardest parts of replacing it is all the functions that it
can do,” said Chris Jones, the
company’s culinary director of
innovations and a former contestant on Bravo TV’s Top Chef.
While Hampton Creek
takes aim at the egg, another
Gates-backed company is targeting the chicken itself.
Beyond Meat, located in
Southern California, sells
“chicken-free strips,” which
have the taste and stringy texture of poultry but are made
from plant protein. It is sold at
Whole Foods and natural food
stores. It’s also working on a
product that mimics beef.
Inside its test kitchen in El
Segundo, Caitlin Grady, the
company’s culinary ambassador, stir-fried the strips with
broccoli, onion, peppers and
sesame oil. “I cooked it just like
a regular stir-fry, but I don’t
have to worry about the meat
being raw,” Grady said.
“It can fit in a vegan’s diet.
It can fit in a carnivore’s diet,”
said Beyond Meat CEO Ethan
Brown. “We’re trying to appeal
to the full range of consumers
that are making some shift toward healthier protein.”
8A • Monday, December 9, 2013 • The Gazette
2014 F150 4 X 4
2014 ESCAPE S FWD
Stk# 13F1476
Stk# 14F373
0
31
Highway MPG
Highway MPG
$34,900 MSRP
- $1,500 201A Discount
$33,400 MSRP
- $2,659 Boucher Discount
- $1,750 Factory Rebate
- $1,000 STX Bonus Cash
- $1,000 Ford Credit Bonus Cash
- $500 5.0L Bonus Cash
- $500 College Student
UP TO
60 MOS.**
+ $1000 Factory Rebate!
199
$
39 Month Lease
12,000 Miles a Year
$2000 Down
$645 Acquisition Fee
Security Deposit Waived
Taxes & Fees Extra
0
%
$23,595 MSRP
- $1,104 Boucher Discount
- $1,000 Factory Rebate
- $1,000 Ford Credit Bonus Cash
- $500 Ford Credit Cash
/mo**
$
19,991
Stk# 14F235
37
19
%
Highway MPG
2014 FOCUS S 4DR
UP TO
60 MOS.**
$
*
185
$
39 Month Lease
12,000 Miles a Year
$2000 Down**
$645 Acquisition Fee
Security Deposit Waived
Taxes & Fees Extra
25,991*
$18,495 MSRP
- $1,004 Boucher Discount
- $1,500 Factory Rebate
OR 0.9** FINANCING,
UP TO 36 MONTHS
/mo**
$
15,991
*
Gordie Boucher Ford of Janesville
2727 E. US Hwy 14 - 608.754.5511 | www.boucher.com
* Plus taxes & fees. Not everyone will qualify for all rebates. ** With qualified credit. Must finance with Ford Motor Credit. Offers expire 12/31/13. Vehicles may not be as shown.
BOTTOM LINE PRICING
PLUS YOUR CHOICE…$100 GAS CARD OR A CASE OF STEAKS WITH ANY NEW OR USED VEHICLE PURCHASE
2003 Dodge Stratus SE
2.4L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, 30 MPGs Hwy, A/C, Tilt
Wheel, PW w/1 Touch, Rear Defrost, Chrome Grill,
Speed Sensitive Wipers. # 13F1232B
$4,965
2005 Toyota Corolla LE
1.8L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, A/C, CD Player, Tilt Wheel, Interior
Air Filtration, Intermittent Wipers, Daytime Running Lights
# 13F1053B
2012 Ford Escape XLT
2011 Ford Escape XLT
3.0L V6, 4WD, Auto, Only 5k miles!! Cruise, A/C, 6 Way
PAdjustable Driver Seat, ABS w/Traction & Stability
Control, Tilt, Audio Controls on Wheel # P7350
$23,497
$18,953
2011 Ford Fiesta SE
1.6L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, Only 13k miles, A/C, Tilt &
Telescope Wheel, External Temperature Display, 4
Wheel ABS w/Traction Control # P7351
$14,266
$12,388
2008 Ford Escape XLT
3.0L V6, 4WD, Auto, Cruise, A/C, ABS w/Stability &
Traction Control, Rear Wiper, Dusk Sensing
Headlights, Tilt Wheel # 14F088A2
$13,829
2012 Ford Fusion SE
2.5L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, Cruise, A/C, Tilt/Telescope
Wheel, CD Player, Audio Controls on Wheel, 8 Way
PAdjustable Driver Seat, ABS # P7318
BOUCHER
Certified
2008 Volkswagen Passat Komfort
2.0L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, Only 76k miles! 28 MPGs Hwy,
Audio Controls on Wheel, A/C, Tilt/Telescope Wheel,
Sunroof, ABS # 13L074B
2009 Toyota Yaris S
2.4L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, 31 MPGs Hwy! Moonroof, Leather,
Heated Seats, A/C w/Dual Zone Controls, 6 Disc CD
Changer, Cruise, Tow Package # 13F1171A
$8,958
$15,996
2010 Kia Soul Sport
2007 GMC Acadia SLE
2.0L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, Bluetooth, Audio Controls
on Wheel, Cruise, A/C, ABS w/Traction & Stability
Control, External Temp. Display #13F579B1
3.6L V6, AWD, Auto, Only 58k miles! OnStar, Cruise,
Tilt/Telescope Wheel, A/C w/Dual Zone Control, 3rd Row
Seats, ABS w/Traction & Stability Control # P7341A
$11,969
$19,235
2013 Ford Mustang
3.7L V6 DOHC Engine, RWD, Auto, Convertible,
ABS w/Traction & Stability Control, Cruise,
Audio Controls on Wheel # P7346
$20,803
2011 Mazda MAZDA3 i Sport
2.0L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, 33 MPGs Hwy! A/C, Audio Controls
on Wheel, CD Player, Tilt/Telescope Wheel, PL/PW w/1 Touch,
ABS w/Traction & Stability Control # 14Z088A1
2004 Ford F-250 XLT
$12,327
$6,726
$16,610
2009 Ford Escape Limited 3.0L
2010 Ford Focus S
2007 Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited Sahara
$17,925
12 MONTH-12,000 MILE
FREE LIMITED WARRANTY
3.4L V6, FWD, Auto, Extended Passenger Van,
Priced to sell! Cruise, Tilt, A/C, PW w/1 Touch,
Daytime Running Lights # 14F259A
2.0L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, A/C, CD Player, 4 Wheel
ABS w/Traction & Stability Control, Tilt Wheel,
External Temperature Display # 13F1338A
6.8L V10, 4WD, Auto, Super Cab, Only 79k miles,
Leather, CD Player, Truck Bed Liner, Running
Board, Tow Package, 4 Wheel ABS # 13F1181B
ENGINE. All lubricated parts, intake manifolds, engine
block, cylinder heads, rotary engine housing, ring gear,
fuel pump, and water pump.
✔
TRANSMISSION. The transmission case and all internal parts, torque converter.
$21,970
2003 Ford F-150 XL
4.6L V8, RWD, Auto, Regular Cab, Only 99k miles, 4
Wheel ABS, Cancellable Passenger Airbag, A/C,
Intermittent Wipers # 13F1414A
2004 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer
5.4L V8, 4WD, Auto, Leather, A/C w/Dual Zone Climate
Control, Moonroof, 3rd Row Seats, Trailer Hitch,
Running Boards, CD Player # P7335A
$9,976
✔ DRIVE AXLE. The axle housing and internal parts, axle ✔ STEERING.
shafts, drive shafts, output shaft and universal joints,
constant velocity joints.
Steering gear housing and all internal
parts, power steering pump, valve body, piston and rack.
✔ ELECTRICAL. Alternator, generator and starter.
✔ BRAKES. Master cylinder, power booster, wheel cylin- ✔ SEALS AND GASKETS.
ders, calipers, hydraulic lines and fittings.
✔ RENTAL COVERAGE.
GORDIE BOUCHER
FORD • LINCOLN
Vehicles may not be as shown.
$19,838
$6,844
3.8L V6, 4WD, Auto, Only 79k miles! Cruise, ABS
w/Traction & Stability Control, Convertible Roof,
Rollover Protection, Tow Hooks, Fog Lights # P7312A
$10,680
✔
USED CAR ADVANTAGE
2008 Ford F-150 XLT
5.4L V8, 4WD, Auto, Super Cab, Only 62k miles, CD Player,
Tilt Wheel, Tow Package, Running Boards,
Adjustable Pedals, 4 Wheel ABS # 13F928A1
$14,971
2005 Chevrolet Venture LS
3.0L V6, 4WD, Auto, Only 61k miles! Leather, Sunroof,
Cruise, A/C, Audio Controls on Wheel, Wireless Phone
Connectivity, Privacy Glass # 14F315A
2007 Toyota Prius
1.5L 4 cyls, Hybrid, FWD, CVT, 51 MPGs Hwy! Cruise,
A/C w/Climate Control, Tilt Wheel, PL/PW w/1 Touch,
Audio & A/C Controls on Wheel #14F124A
$12,677
2005 Ford Ranger XLT
4.0L V6 SOHC Engine, 4WD, Auto, Super Cab, 4
Wheel ABS, A/C, Intermittent Wipers, Passenger
Airbag, Running Boards # 14F185B1
2010 Honda Accord EXL
1.5L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, 35 MPGs Hwy! Well-maintained,
CD Player, A/C, Tilt Wheel, 4 Wheel ABS, Intermittent
Wipers # 14F167A
$3,922
$7,973
2.5L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, 28 MPGs Hwy, Cruise, A/C, Tilt,
Audio Controls on Wheel, Dusk Sensing Headlights, ABS
w/Traction & Stability Control # 14F144A
$16,997
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier
2.2L 4 cyls, FWD, Auto, Well-maintained! A/C, Rear
Defrost, Privacy Glass, Daytime Running Lights,
Passenger Airbag # PX7370A
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Hwy. 14 & I-90, Janesville
800-749-0701
810953
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 • 7B
Need a
little help?
Call on
these area
businesses!
LTI Services Will be
holding a Job Fair
At Associated Bank,
2720 N. Lexington Dr.
Janesville, WI.
10AM - 3PM
ON THURSDAY,
DECEMBER 12TH
To place your ad, call our Classified Dept. at
(608) 741-6651
IN NEED OF RESIDENTIAL
SNOW REMOVAL?
Call Boyd Scapes
(608)728-2684
Joe Paniagua
PLOWING
& SALTING
HANDYMAN
Paint/wallpaper, light electric, plumbing, carpentry.
Small jobs okay. Senior
discount. D & G Home
Repair (608) 563-4645
HOLIDAY LIGHTING installation. Snow removal. All
remodeling and flooring.
Prestigious baths and more.
www.seagullcontractor.com
Local # (608)206-7060
Commercial & Residential
Fully insured. Senior
discounts. Free estimates.
ROOFING
Stump
(608) 751-7736
Snow Removal And Salting
Free estimates. Fully insured.
SnowRemovalOfJanesville.com
(608)921-5756
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any advertising which has the intent
and/or effect of violating any
local, state, or national laws
and/or ordinances which
make it illegal to advertise
any preference, limitation, or
discrimination
based
on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, age, or national
origin with regard to employment.
Our readers are hereby informed that all positions for
employment advertised in
this newspaper are available
on an equal opportunity basis. Readers that feel that
they have experienced discrimination in regards to employment are urged to contact: The State of Wisconsin,
Equal Rights Division, Department of Industry, Labor,
and Human Relations in
Madison. 608-266-6860
ADVERTISING
SALES ASSISTANT
The Janesville Gazette is seeking an organized, deadline-driven, customer-focused and
creative individual to join our advertising sales
force as a full-time sales assistant. We are
seeking a dynamic and committed individual
that will provide sales support to advertising
account executives and the advertising director. You will assist with advertising customer
relations, processing online and print advertising orders (assist with layouts, scheduling,
proofs, etc) and creating and updating various
computer records, such as presentations,
sales materials, spreadsheets, etc. The ideal
candidate will have two to three years of
sales or sales support experience, strong
computer skills including web and social
media experience, and education or training in
marketing and/or sales. Strong organizational
and effective communication skills and the
ability to work independently and as part of a
fast-paced team are a must. An appreciation
for a high level of customer service is crucial,
as is creativity and energy.
This is an excellent opportunity with career
growth potential for the right candidate. The
full-time position offers various benefits, such
as health insurance, paid leave benefits, flexible spending account and various voluntary
insurance programs and 401k.
For consideration, please submit resume,
wage requirements and letter prior to
December 13 to:
Local Matters.
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIANS
Finley Dencker Buick
GMC has immediate
openings for Automotive
Technicians.
We are looking for both
a Line Technician and a
Quick Lube Technician.
We offer a complete
benefit and wage package and an excellent
work environment.
Interested?
Contact:
Bryan Tourdot, 2700
Milwaukee Rd. Beloit,
WI. 53511 ph. 608-3650909
Email: [email protected]
ONE BEDROOMS
Artificial Christmas tree
for sale. $50 Approximately 7’ tall. Easy to
assemble and store. No
lights or decorations are
included. (608)752-3700
2132 CENTER AVE.
608-373-0710
Part-time Teller/
Bookkeeping position
Apply in person at:
Bank of Milton 323 Parkview Dr. Milton, WI.
53563 (608) 868-7672
LTI Services Will be
holding a Job Fair
At Associated Bank,
531 East Grand Ave.
Beloit, WI.
10am - 3PM
ON Friday, Dec. 13TH
For the following
Positions:
Mail Sorter - All shifts
Material Handlers - All
shifts
MOT’S
(Machine
Operator
Technician)
Resume Required
Quality Control 2ND and
3RD Shift
Machine Operators All shifts
Aerosal
Packaging
Facility1ST
Shift
(Edgerton)
OAK BAR/game table, $395.
3 Oak oval floor mirrors,
$125 each. (608) 314-0539
7 FT, 1" SLATE POOL TABLE. New in box. Solid
wood. Accessories included.
(608) 774-1197 days
FIREWOOD All dry hardwood $75/face cord. Delivered. (608)201-2200 Scott.
FIREWOOD Full size pickup
truck load (over a face cord).
Stored inside. $110 delivered. 608/884-8354
HOME INSURANCE
Call for quote today.
Adam Johnston/Allstate Ins.
608-754-8600
Work for Rock County, For
any vacancies please refer
to: www.co.rock.wi.us.
Rock County is an EOE
Kicks—Calendar of Events
in Thursday’s Gazette
PC/Help Desk /Technician
Entry-Level
Bliss Communications Inc. has an opportunity for a part-time or full-time help
desk technician. Our business includes newspapers, radio stations and digital
media. We have multiple locations throughout Wisconsin, but the corporate
office is in Janesville WI. The individual would likely work in that office most
of the time, but could travel to other locations if necessary.
2 BEDROOM N. Palm upper.
Remodeled. Hkps, garage,
blinds. $575. (608) 756-3297
3 BEDROOM W. Court lower
Spacious, hkps, 2 car gar,
blinds. $675. (608) 756-3297
Arrowhead Point Apartments
•Two bedrooms
•Hardwood floors in some
units
•Intercom Entry
•On-site laundry
•Cats welcome w/restrictions
FREE HEAT,
COME CHECK US OUT!!
Showings by Appointment
2080 Shopiere Rd. Beloit, WI
608.362.8235
or
[email protected]
COMPLETELY CARPETED
2 bedroom, walk-in closet,
Heat & soft water included.
1212 Conde St. ..........$600.
Midway (608)752-3449
LEXMARK X3430
All-In-One.
Scanner, Printer, Fax.
With memory card slots.
Rarely used.
Includes manual. $30.
PROPANE/LP Forced Air
Heater. 30-55 btu w/tank.
Works great, used very little.
$145. (608) 756-4887
AKC Chocolate Labrador
Puppies. Two males, one
female. Strong hunting lines.
$600. (608) 921-9320
BEAUTIFUL male purebred
Pekinese. 7 mo. old with papers & microchip. RARE
colors, $350. (608) 921-5557
Black Lab/St. Bernard puppies. 3 mos. old. $200 obo.
Text or call (608) 558-3203
FREE RENT/TV Huge new
remodeled 2 bedroom, pets
ok, by schools, incl. some
utils. $565+. (608) 436-3641
PALMER HOUSE
Large 1 & 2 bedrooms,
different ranch & loft styled
garage incl. All appliances.
(6
608) 755-1300
& & & & & & &
REDUCED RENT FIRST
TWO MONTHS
KENNEDY APARTMENTS
STOP LOOKING...
START LIVING...
Beautiful Newer
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
Call Today
for 13th month rent free
@ 608-754-4201.
*Located behind Toys "R" Us
off of Milton Ave.
SURREY RIDGE
Large 1 and 2 bedroom
All appliances incl.
Small dogs welcomed.
6 month leases available
(608) 758-2990
N JACKSON - cozy, appl,
win cov, prkg, heat, h2o $495
S RANDALL - appls, air con,
lndry, prkg, heat & h2o . $510
ELIZABETH - Cozy upper
w/appls, off st parking .. $400
WALL - Appl, air, intercom,
lndry, parking, w/s ........ $435
TWO BEDROOMS
BELOIT AVE Upper, appls,
hkp, 1 car, h2o, sewer .. $470
DUPONT 2 story 2 bed TH
appl,1.5 ba, gar, hkp, fpl$675
DUPLEXES/TOWNHOMES
MT ZION - spacious townhouse, w/appl, gar, ....... $600
ROSEWOOD split lev house
w/appl, 2 car gar ........... $875
MORNINGSIDE Split lev TH
1.5 ba, appl, hkp, gar.... $610
N WRIGHT Duplex w/cent
gar, appl, c/a, location!. $650
SENIOR LIVING
LEXINGTON -Great location!
1 bed, appls, coin lndry $550
MILTON
PARKVIEW - appliances,
blinds, air con, laundry . $525
COLLEGE - appls, air con,
lndry, heat & water........ $510
Contact us today and ask
about our reduced
security deposits!
R.K. SMITH REALTY
Professional Property Mgmt.
(608) 754-7594
www.rksmithrealty.com
1634C E. RACINE 3000 sq.
ft. ALSO: Dock High space
1000-5000 sq. ft. available.
(608)754-3385/754-7177 eves
BEAUTY SHOP for rent.
Ready for occupants Jan. 1.
(608) 774-1197 days
2 BEDROOM upper unit,
Avail now. $650/mo. + $500/
sec. with background check.
December is free. 2915
Randolph Rd. (608)758-3524
MINI WAREHOUSES
R.J. Hirsch Builder, Inc.
(608) 756-1073
UNDER
NEW MANAGEMENT!
Move in special for $50 gift
card if approved and move
in. 1 BEDROOM APT in
Milton, 55 & older, rent
based on income, utilities included. EHO. (608)868-7022
United Country
Beloit Auction Service, Inc.
534 W. Grand Ave., Beloit
608-364-1965
Licensed in Wisconsin & Illinois
o o o o o
SELF STORAGE
Units vary from 50-700 sq ft
For details call 608-757-9289
o o o o o
WAREHOUSE. 600 - 1200
feet. Heat, air, 10 ft. doors.
(608) 774-1197 days
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE
All real estate advertised for
rent herein is subject to Federal, State and Local laws
and/or ordinances, which
prohibit any person from discriminating against any other
person or persons by impairing, to any degree, access to
any housing or housing accommodations on the basis
of race, color, religion, ancestry, sex, national origin,
handicap, sex or marital
status of the person maintaining a household, lawful
source of income, age, sexual orientation as defined in
s.111.32(13m), Wis. Stats., or
familial status.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of
these laws and/or ordinances. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available
on equal opportunity basis. If you may have a
complaint concerning discrimination call 1-608-2666860 (WI) or 1-800-6699777 (Federal), or TDD 1800-927-9275
MULE WITH SADDLE
$1000 obo.
Text or call (608) 558-3203
Appraisals and Auctions
BADGER STATE AUCTION
608-868-2199
APPRAISALS & AUCTIONS
GEORGE AUCTIONS
608-882-6123
Bill Stade Auction
262-736-4141
3 BEDROOM house, Dec 1st
$725 + utilities. 317 Rockport. (608)757-2091
FARM-HOUSEHOLDAntiques-Estates-Appraising.
Darrel Weber & Gary Weber,
Auctioneers
Milton. Call 868-7136
HOME to share, eastside,
$350/month + $100 deposit.
Includes utils. (608) 751-2573
NICE CLEAN room for rent
E. Side, duplex, Utilities incl.
No pets. $450. 608-302-8530
1940 CHEVY 350, auto, a/c,
nice runner, $21,000/obo.
(608) 751-7493
NEW DUPLEX Condos for
sale. Immediate occupancy.
2 beds/2 ba. & 3 beds/3ba.
ADA from $169,900. (608)
756-2989 for showing.
1941 CHEVY 2 door. ways
kept indoors. 102,000 miles.
Great condition inside & out.
$10,900/obo. (608)314-4267
BOXER PUPPIES: All Fawn
with Black Mask. 3 female,
1 male. First shots, Dew
claws and tails are done.
Ready for new home today
or will hold for local
Christmas morning delivery!
$600................(608)756-8128
(region from
Delavan to Kenosha area)
Manages a caseload of
patients and families
with an initial and ongoing assessment of the
impact of the terminal
diagnosis on the patient’s physical, functional, psychosocial, and
environmental
needs,
activities of daily living,
and cultural and spiritual
implications. Role includes on call coverage
(including night waking).
Job Qualifications 2
years nursing experience, valid RN license,
hospice experience preferred, respects and upholds the religious mission of Saint Jude
Healthcare including the
Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic
Healthcare Services….
Please forward resume
to: hender-
Duties Would Include:
• Communicate with users to determine and document problems/issues
• Receive, document on help desk site , and follow up on trouble requests
• Hands on PC and accessory diagnostic and repair
• Network wiring
• Respond to antivirus issues
• Installation of PCs and accessories
Skills Necessary Include:
• Good interpersonal and written communication skills
• Attention to detail
• Some PC diagnostic education, ability and experience
• Some experience& education in PC installation, including operating software
• Some experience& education in program installation and upgrades
• Physical ability to move PCs and accessories as necessary
• Physical ability to climb ladders, install wiring, and use simple hand tools
• Some network operational understanding
Because of the potential for travel, driver's license and good driving record are
necessary. If you have interest, please send resume and letter describing the
reasons you feel most qualified, along with the hours you are available to work.
This position could also be considered as a paid internship for a current college
student who may have interest.
Bliss Communications HR Dept.
One S. Parker Drive
Janesville, WI 53545
[email protected]
2 BEDROOM nice clean upper, near St. Patrick's, garage, onsite laundry, appliances, $430. Ref. No pets.
Sec deposit. (608) 754-3295
AVAILABLE FOR RENT
1, 2 & 3 bedrooms
WWW.JARPA.ORG
(608)751-2114
Please join our family!
SAINT JUDE HOSPICE
is currently accepting
applications for two
professional roles within
our growing Hospice
family.
Patient Care ManagerDelavan
Clinical leadership role
within
a
multidisciplinary team. Receives case referrals.
Reviews available patient information related
to case, including home
visits, to determine hospice/home care needs.
Assigns
appropriate
hospice personnel to
case as needed. Conferences with MEDICAL
DIRECTOR
regarding
any questions about an
individual's eligibility for
services.
Requires On Call duties
(including night waking)
Job Qualifications: Extensive Hospice experience/management
of
multi-disciplinary team,
valid RN license, ability
to respects and upholds
the religious mission of
Saint Jude Healthcare
including the Ethical and
Religious Directives for
Catholic Healthcare Services….
RN-Case Manager
Full Time
1 BEDROOM lower, $525
Utilities incl. 808 E. Court No
pets. (608) 757-2091
1 BEDROOM upper, heat &
water incl. Off-street parking.
$425/mo. (608) 758-2492
CO-STAFF CORP.
PRENT CORPORATION
is accepting applications for
current openings. For details, visit our website at:
www.prent.com
813563
THE JANESVILLE GAZETTE
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 5001, Janesville, WI 53545
[email protected]
For
the
following
positions....................
Mail Sorter - All shifts
Material Handlers - All
shifts
MOT’S
(Machine
Operator
Technician)
Resume Required
Quality Control 2ND and
3RD Shift
Machine Operators All shifts
Aerosal
Packaging
Facility
1ST
Shift
(Edgerton)
HOME FOR THE
HOLIDAYS!
BULLY-PITS, two females
and one male. Tan and white
markings. Shots, dewormed.
$300. Ready to go now!
(309)231-0580 In Janesville.
COCKER SPANIEL AKC
pups. Also minis. Home
raised, great lap dogs. Shots.
Visa or payments? (920)7230975 Koshkonong
DACHSHUND,
Maltese,
Shih-tzu, Pekes, also Teddies & Morkies. Loveable.
Great gifts! Shots, vet
checked. $290-$400. State
kennel lic. 268476DS.
(608) 996-2793
[email protected]
Fax: 262-725-7032
Or Call: 262-725-7021
WANTED
WINCHESTER MODEL
21 12 gauge.
(608) 754-3311 ext. 207
813562
PURE WHITE KITTEN
4
months old. Liter trained.
Male. Good home only.
Please call (608) 921-4637
RIFLE WINCHESTER Model
1873, made in 1891. 44
caliber. Missing dust cover.
Condition: good to very
good. $1400. Bob,
(262)248-0192
805935
(NEW SCRATCH & DENT)
Factory Warranty, Save
20-50%. Also huge selection
of quality used appliances.
Wahl's Appliances.
608-365-4920. 1805 Prairie
Avenue, Beloit.
HONEST BUYER Looking for
Parker pens
CASH for vintage / modern,
Waterman, Parker, Montblanc, Conklin fountain pens,
and ball pens. Jotters, parts.
(608)751-6973
LOCAL COLLECTOR: Paying cash for silver coins before 1964. Silver dollars,
halves, quarters. Complete
collections. Gold coins, toys
& postcards. (608) 757-2022
810995
8B • Tuesday, December 10, 2013
UNIVERSAL
DODGE '93 DAKOTA LTD.
4WD. Good condition. Asking $3900. (608) 774-5603
CHEVY '74 IMPALA 4 door
sedan. Turbo-Fire 350, 2 BBL
Factory V-8 cylinder, engine,
family owned with 61K miles.
Auto trans. Beautiful &
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HARLEY 2002 ROADKING
19k, purple, hard bags,
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$9,500...........(608)322-2202
HD 2005 SPORTSTER 883
XLL 13K miles. Garaged. All
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Asking $5,400. 262/279-6407
MV AGUSTA '03 F4 1+1
Great Condition! A must See!
750cc. Approx 11,000 miles.
$8,500. (608)756-3254
1936 PONTIAC 350, Auto,
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$23,000/obo. Call for more
information.....(608)751-7493
2006 TROPHY PARK model
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room. 2 bedrooms, 2 living
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Lakeland Camping Resort
#233, in Milton WI. Pics
available $29,995, Call Brad
608-921-3745
CADILLAC 2008 DTS. Luxury Edition. Sunroof, navigation, heated/cooled bucket
seats, and much more! 36K
excellent condition. $17,950.
(608) 302-8315
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Happy Birthday: Be honest, but can help pave the way to reaching
do whatever it takes to keep the a set goal. Romance will make up
peace. Adapt to whatever change for any misunderstanding or lack of
comes your way and make it work attention that has occurred.--LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):
for you. Positive thinking will bring
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new avenues; they will lead to new for a solution to a problem. Combeginnings. Thought and calcula- plete unfinished projects before
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Impulse will be your downfall, educational pursuits. Increasing
so think twice before you make a your skills or finding a way to marmove you might regret. You can ket your talents will benefit you
accomplish anything if you are in the future. A positive change
will take place if you are prepared.
benevolent.--TAURUS (April 20-May 20): ---
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
Romance is highlighted. With a
little thought, you can coax some- 21): A promise made must be
one special to take part in a special kept, regardless of how you feel.
event. A trip or gathering will be Unavoidable changes at home or
enlightening. The ideas you devel- within your personal relationships
op will help you plan for a brighter will turn out to be to your benefit. Make a move that will ensure
future.--GEMINI (May 21-June 20): you encounter new opportunities.
Help others and you will be repaid. -----
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uncertainty may leave you feeling lead to an unexpected change that
unsettled. Be creative and you’ll stems from a feud you have been
come up with an alternative plan. trying to avoid. Refrain from being
pushy. Do not put pressure on a
----
CANCER (June 21-July 22): situation that needs to cool down.
Work-related problems are likely --
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
to get to you. Don’t take criticism
too personally. Listen and reflect. Get as much work done as you
Do whatever helps boost your con- possibly can. Your reputation will
fidence. Focus on love. A romantic depend on your ability to deliver
connection will give you some- what you’ve promised. A passionate approach to life, love and
thing positive to think about. --
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Lis- everything you do will move past
ten carefully and make sure you negativity to a positive direction. If
understand the risks involved you believe in yourself, others will
before you decide to participate. too. ----
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):
Protect your assets and your future.
Joint ventures are not likely to turn Overload your plate and you’ll
out well. Knowledge will be the make an impression on someone
key to your success. Network but special. Romance and doing something nice for someone you miss or
don’t negotiate.----VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): want to work or spend time with in
Problems providing what someone the future will bring good results.
you love wants should be handled Make amends if that’s what’s
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1980 HARLEY DAVIDSON
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CHEVY '00 CAMARO SS
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CHEVY '85 SHORTBED,
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cleaner, nice. No rust - Arizona truck. 16K+ invested.
$10,750/obo. 608-897-2424
HARLEY 97 ROAD KING
FLHR1. Detachable touring
pack, 62,000 miles, New
Cam, great shape. $6000.
(608) 868-2417
FORD '00 ECONOLINE XLT
Van. V8. only 53,830 mi. No
rust. Very clean. White. Grey
int. $4900. (608) 752-2845
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Edited by Timothy E. Parker December 10, 2013
ACROSS
1 Ty of Cooperstown
5 Must, so
to speak
10 “Kukla, ___
and Ollie”
14 Creator of
impressions
15 Guesstimate
word
16 Change
completely
17 Certain
prom date
18 Boy Scouts’
motto
20 Some
hospital
procedures
22 Certain
elected
official (abbr.)
23 Staring openmouthed
24 Less illusory
26 Creates a
hard copy
27 “Get Me
to the
Church ___”
29 Greenishblue
30 Folksy
approval
31 Turkey
moistener
34 Black, in
a sonnet
38 Bird that’s
fleet of foot
39 Centennial
Olympics city
41 Navigation
abbreviation
42 You can’t
divide by it
44 Certain
Indians
45 LAX announcement
46 Like Goodwill
goods
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48 Parish pastor
50 “I’m a ___,
not a divider”
(G.W. Bush)
53 Mystical
teachings
developed
by rabbis
55 Present
purpose
56 Musketeer
motto word
57 Trifled (with)
60 “Doctor Who”
network,
stateside
63 It has a
humerus side
64 “It’s a pity!”
65 Was a
motormouth
66 Brown
lodging?
67 Take ten
68 Go over like
___ balloon
69 Indian titles
of respect
DOWN
1 Vehicles
with meters
2 Cartel formed
in 1960
3 She played
Maude
Findlay
4 Sultanate
on Borneo’s
coast
5 Blarney-stone
kisser’s gift
6 Corpulent
7 Serious
drinker
8 Change
color
9 Filled the
breadbasket?
10 Word on
a crate
11 Broadcast
more than
once
12 Skillful
13 Bumps on
a log
19 Beginning
for “normal”
21 Carnival
dance
25 Jacket
material,
sometimes
26 Unsettle
27 “Hear ye”
28 “What’s
in a ___?”
(Shakespeare)
29 Work behind
bars?
32 Went home
face-first
33 “Baywatch”
complexion?
35 Mayberry
denizen
36 Glom ___
(grab)
37 Within
shouting
distance
40 “Have ___”
(waiting
room words)
43 Ostracized
one
47 Give the
impression
49 Cumulus
and cirrus
50 Open, as
a gate
51 Type of gas
52 Machu
Picchu
builders
53 Oscar-winner
for “A Fish
Called
Wanda”
54 Aluminum
giant
56 Shrinking
sea near the
Caspian
58 Mathematician Poincare,
for short
59 River
regulators
61 Time
in history
62 Inclusive
conjunction
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