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Birdhouses to save the goldfish pond - Page 3
North Judson-San Pierre
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Inductees - Page 6
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SMOKED
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$
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WHOLE
$
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$
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LIMIT 36
FRENCH TOAST
& COFFEE
$
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BISCUITS &
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$
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The Review
USPS 436-440, 214 N. Michigan St.
Plymouth, IN 46563, 574-936-3101
Periodical postage paid Plymouth, IN 46563
Vol. 48 May 7, 2013 No. 18
The Leader Editor . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Patrick
Managing Editor . . . . . . . . Lois Tomaszewski
Production/IT Manager. . . . .Greg Hildebrand
Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . Cindy Stockton
Acounting Manager . . . . . . . . Judi Miller
Circulation Manager . . . . . . . . Ashley Han-Hissong
Judy Troike (left) and Kate
Yankauskas (right) recent-
ly returned from the Farm
Bureau Inc, 2013 National
Women’ s Leadershi p
Conference in Las Vegas,
Nev. Troike and Yankauskas
attended eight different
workshops that focused on
promoting, educating and
engaging consumers on the
value and impact of modern
day agricultural practices.
Starke women attend national leadership conference
KNOX — The SCILL
Center is pleased to announce
that a graduation program, to
honor the 2013 graduates, will
be held on Thursday, May 19,
at 6 p.m. at the SCILL Auto
Tech location at the Knox
Industrial park. The program
is for eligible students in the
Auto Technology and Welding
programs. All family members
are encouraged to attend.
The featured speaker will
be Dr. Ron May, President
of Ancilla College. Special
awards will be given to the
students for attendance, per-
formance skills, and highest
test score average. In addition,
several scholarships will be
awarded.
Refreshments will be served
afterwards. RSVP if attending
this special event for the stu-
dents, so there is an accurate
count to have enough food,
refreshments and seats avail-
able.
RSVP by contacting Tabitha
Dillner at tdillner@scill.biz or
574-772-8001 by Friday, May
3. The answering machine
will take a message if after
business hours.
Graduation program
set for SCILL Center
STARKE — With the
depletion of native habitat for
the Eastern bluebird, the new
Starke County Conservation
Club, a non-profit organiza-
tion dedicated to preserving
the county's natural resources,
has launched a new initia-
tive. Club members have built
cedar bluebird houses and
aim to place more than 200
of them through out Starke
County. They plan to establish
and maintain bluebird trails at
the Starke County fairgrounds
in Hamlet, Wythogan Park in
Knox, and along the bicy-
cle trail in North Judson/San
Pierre.
"The houses are built to the
National Bluebird Society's
specifications." said Liv
Peterdotter, founding member
of newly established conser-
vation club. "The houses are
made from rough-sawn cedar;
and they open on one side for
easy cleanup."
The goal, and reason
behind selling the birdhouses,
Peterdotter said is to raise
enough funds to repair the
building that houses the gold-
fish pond.
"We are trying to raise
enough funds to save the gold
fish pond at the Starke County
Conservation building. We
need to raise $1,400 to repair
the roof — otherwise, the fair
board will tear the building
down because they don't have
resources to maintain," she
said.
Club treasurer, Nancy
Barton, announced that the
cedar bluebird houses will be
for sale at the cost of two
for $10 — with one house
going to the purchaser and
one being sponsored on one
of the trail sites. Houses will
be available for purchase at
the club's next monthly meet-
ing, which on Saturday, May
4 at 9 a.m. at the fairgrounds.
Two additional types of
houses will also be available
for sale.
"We are also selling bat
houses and purple Martin
houses. Purple Martins eat
mosquitoes, bats eat more
mosquitoes." said Peterdotter.
The sale of the bird houses
will be held simultaneously
with the Hamlet yard sales.
"The bluebird houses, recy-
cled material bird feeders, and
other garage sale items will be
available that Saturday morn-
ing as it is also the Hamlet
yard sale day. So please come
early — early blue-birders are
always welcome," she added.
For more information,
call project coordinator, Liv
Peterdotter at 219-205-2175.
Conservation Club starts bluebird
project in effort to save goldfish pond
Photo provided
Frank Kennedy, vice president of Starke County
Conservation, hangs a handmade bird house outside the
conservation building at the Starke County Fairgrounds.
Photo provided
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May 2-5 and May 9-12, 8am-?
Selling Collections:
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Rideing mowers, snow blade, swing-set,
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KOONTZ LAKE- 20818 North
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p.m. Five ft. tall dollhouse,
walk-in play kitchen, Barbie
items, stroller, coffee table,
Lots of clothes infant-adult,
toys, house hold items. Koontz
Lake town-wide sales on Sat.
STARKE — After the
school bell rings, kids in
Starke County have amaz-
ing opportunities. Students
have access to high quality
homework assistance, engag-
ing enrichment activities, and
fun recreational centers with
adults who care. The Starke
County Youth Club (SCYC)
excels in providing innovative
services to children and fami-
lies every day. These services
are available at four conve-
nient sites across the county
during the school year and the
summer.
Recently, SCYC partici-
pated in a grant competition
at the Indiana Department of
Education.
The 21st Century
Community Learning Centers
Program is a component of
No Child Left Behind, and is
a state formula grant. More
than 75 agencies applied for
funding through this important
program. SCYC is proud to
announce that they are one of
35 projects selected for fund-
ing.
“This award is recognition
Starke County Youth Club wins state grant
of the hard work and ben-
eficial impact that exists every
day at club. Relationships
grow at SCYC between our
students, their families and the
larger community. Students
experience academic improve-
ment, personal growth, and
expanded horizons.” shared
Executive Director, Irene
Szakonyi. “We’re very excited
by our selection and are look-
ing forward to a terrific pro-
gram year.”
The focus of the (21st
CCLC) program is a perfect
fit with SCYC’s mission and
strategy. The goal is to provide
expanded academic enrich-
ment opportunities for chil-
dren attending high poverty
and low performing schools.
Activities are designed to help
students meet local and state
academic standards in subjects
such as reading and math.
Additionally, 21st CCLC pro-
grams provide youth devel-
opment activities, drug and
violence prevention programs,
technology educations pro-
grams, art, music and recre-
ation programs, counseling
and character education.
This amazing achievement
is tempered by the unfortu-
nate impact of sequestration.
Although SCYC was selected
for funding, the agency will
only be funded by 75 percent
of the grant request. A 25
percent of revenue for this
program is devastating. While
these grants don’t cover oper-
ating expenses (lie essen-
tial insurance, postage, and
administrative staff), now not
covered is the activity costs
at each of the high quality
programs. This is a huge chal-
lenge for the children.
Starke County Sheriff Posse
Horse & Tack Auction
May 11, 2013 10:00 a.m.cst
Location: Hamlet Fairgrounds
New Western Purses & Rawhide Belts
New Metal Art:Horses & Butterflies
2001 Bison Weekender 4-Horse Slant Trailer—CLEAN
Hay & Straw, 100 bags of wood shavings
2002 Banaza 16’ Stock Trailer- Gooseneck
1997 Bison 16’ Stock Trailer-Gooseneck
John Deere 3010 Gas WF w/Loader
John Deere 820 Diesel w/Loader
Satoh S-650G Compact Tractor
16’ Car Trailer
Lawnmowers, tractors and equipment
6x8 Utility Trailer
\2006 Polaris Sportsman 500x2 4x4
New 49cc Scooters
New 110cc Kids 4-Wheelers
Used Tack & New Poulan Pro Rear Tine Tiller
John Deere 111 Riding Mower
Mini Hay Wagon
3pt Cone Fertilizer Spreader
John Deere Gator 4x2 w/Cab
Horses sell at 2 p.m.
Taking Horses 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. SAT
****NEW TACK SUPPLIED BY TRI PINE TACK****
Still taking large consignment items
Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 6 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Contact:
Kelvin Fisher (574)806-2914
Billy Bope (574)249-0075
Tony Bailey (574)806-1788
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79
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ECKRICH 14 oz. reg or cheddar
SMOKED SAUSAGE GRILLERS ... 2/$5.00
CENTRELLA 12 oz.
SIGNATURE SLICED BACON ... $2.49
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BAR-S 16 oz.
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2/$
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5 oz.
asst. var.
3/$
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10.5-16 oz.
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8 oz.
$
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BANQUET
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DEANS
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$
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59
64 oz. • asst. var.
BANQUET
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99
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5-10 oz. • asst. var.
FLAV-R-PAC
VEGGIES
79
¢
16 oz. • asst. var.
DUTCH FARMS
SOUR CREAM
99
¢
16 oz. • asst. var.
YOPLAIT
YOGURT
2/$
1
00
6 oz. • asst. var.
MINUTE MAID
ORANGE JUICE
$
2
99
59 oz. • asst. var.
DUTCH FARMS
ENGLISH MUFFINS
89
¢
6 ct.
WHOLE SEEDLESS
WATERMELONS
$
5
99
each
GRIMMWAY BABY
PEELED CARROTS
99
¢
each
FLORIDA
SWEET CORN
3/
99
¢
IMPORTED TOMATOES
ON THE VINE
$
1
29
lb.
May
Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues
8 9 10 11 12 13 14
ALL PEPSI
PRODUCTS
$
7
99
TOP SOIL
99
¢
BARILLA PASTA
OR SPAGHETTI 99
¢
C & H
SUGAR
$
2
79
CENTRELLA
WHITE BREAD
79
¢
RED GOLD
TOMATO JUICE
2/$
3
00
SHASTA
POP
4/$
1
00
MIKE SELLS
POTATO CHIPS
2/$
6
00
CENTRELLA CANNED FRUIT
COCKTAIL, PEACHES OR
PEARS
99
¢
CENTRELLA
BBQ SAUCE
99
¢
CENTRELLA
YELLOW MUSTARD
69
¢
CENTRELLA ALL
PURPOSE FLOUR
$
1
99
ABSOPURE
SPRING WATER
$
3
99
CENTRELLA CANNED
TOMATOES
69
¢
CENTRELLA
TOMATO SOUP
2/$
1
00
CENTRELLA GRAPE
JELLY OR JAM
2/$
4
00
PURE DELIGHTS
GRAPE DRINK
10/$
1
00
AQUAFINA
WATER
$
3
99
24 pk. • asst. var. .75 cubic foot bag
16 oz. • asst. var. 4 lb. bag
1 lb. loaf 46 oz.
12 oz. can • asst. var. 10 oz. • asst. var.
15 oz. 18 oz. • asst. var.
16 oz. 5 lb. bag
24 pk. 14.5 oz.
10.5 oz. 13 oz. • asst. var.
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“The First Step In To Your New Home”
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Cell: 219-242-1614
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North Judson, IN 46366
Phone: 574-896-5138
Fax: 574-896-5496
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Deadline May 17
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Apartments for Rent
BREMEN, Lake of-the Woods.
1&2BR in quiet neighbor-
hood. $110 to $120/weekly.
(269)240-7734
CULVER SMALL 1BR,
$365/monthly includes water.
No pets. (219)405-5317
NAPPANEE: 2BR-Duplex
w/Central Air. Water/Sewer and
Trash Included in rent. De-
posit/$350 then $450/mo. Call:
574-267-3460
WELL-MAINTAINED 1BR (all
utilities furnished), 2BR (water
furnished). Smoke/animal free.
Plymouth. (574)952-3155
PLYMOUTH: UPSTAIRS 2
bedroom w/new carpet and
paint. $450 monthly (574)
936-8645
WALKERTON 1 BEDROOM:
Utilities & refrigerator/stove fur-
ni shed. No Smoki ng.
( 5 7 4 ) 5 8 6 - 7 1 5 0 o r
(574)279-1357
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Houses for Rent
HAMLET: NICE 3BR w/garage,
$650/month, $650/deposit. No
pets. (574)936-7169
PLYMOUTH: RENT or rent to
own: Comfortable 2BR, well
mai nt ai ned. $645/ mont h.
(574)935-5076
1205
Houses for Rent
LAKE HOUSE: 3 Bdrms
(12x10's apprx), Large LV RM,
fireplace, fenced yard, storage,
quiet area, no garage, storage
shed. 5063 Summer-home Dr.,
you pay utilities, $750/Month
plus $750/Security. No pets.
Call 574-806-1049
1215
Mobile Homes/Lots/
Rent
2-BEDROOM mobile homes for
rent: Starting at $100/week.
$400/ deposi t . No pet s.
(574)276-6828
1245
Wanted to Rent
MANAGING EDITOR at the Pi-
lot News seeking house for rent
in the Plymouth area. 3BR/2BA
preferred. Needs easy access
for elderly person. Call Lois
Tomaszewski at The Pilot
News, 936-3101 x 135 or email
her at ltomaszewski@thepilot-
news.com.
MANAGING EDITOR at the Pi-
lot News seeking house for rent
in the Plymouth area. 3BR/2BA
preferred. Needs easy access
for elderly person. Call Lois
Tomaszewski at The Pilot
News, 936-3101 x 135 or email
her at ltomaszewski@thepilot-
news.com.
Photo by Ruby Frasure
North Judson National Honor Society induction ceremony was held Wednesday, April 17 in the Auditorium at NJSP High School. There were 11 new inductions. New inductees
include (L-R) Front row: Shay Brazauskas, Dariane Okeley, Summer Bennett, Victoria Novak, Kara Trent, Cheyenne Minix
Back Row: Sheridan Manns, Hannah Allender, Josh Mullens, Brian Eckert, Amanda Rose.
North Judson/ San Pierre students inducted into National Honor Society
Farmers market
WINAMAC — Annual Farmers Market Festival is Saturday,
Sept. 14. The Winamac Kiwanis Club invites anyone interested
in participating in the year's festival to contact Jon Frain at 574-
946-3222 or Nikki Earp at 574-946-4863. More information can
be found on the Winamac Kiwanis facebook page or look for
flyers in area gas stations.
STARKE — Different screenings are scheduled throughout
Starke County. The following dates, times and types of screen-
ings are listed below.
Thursday, May 9 at Smith’s Farm Store, Knox from 9 a.m. to
noon — Bone Density Screening.
Tuesday, May 14 at IU Health Starke Hospital, Knox from
8:30 to 11:30 a.m. — Bone Density Screening.
Thursday, May 30 at Mark Bailey’s, North Judson from 1 to
4 p.m. — Bone Density Screening.
Friday, May 31 at Christo’s, Knox from 1:30 to 4 p.m. —
Bone Density Screening.
Starke County health
screening dates
STARKE — The American Red Cross blood drive on Friday,
May 10 at the Oregon-Davis High School, has been rescheduled
for Friday, May 24 from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Oregon-Davis
High School in the gymnasium, Hamlet.
To schedule an appointment, call the Oregon-Davis High
School office at 574-867-4561.
Blood drive rescheduled
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North Judson National Honor Society induction ceremony was held Wednesday, April 17 in the Auditorium at NJSP High School. There were 11 new inductions. New inductees
include (L-R) Front row: Shay Brazauskas, Dariane Okeley, Summer Bennett, Victoria Novak, Kara Trent, Cheyenne Minix
Back Row: Sheridan Manns, Hannah Allender, Josh Mullens, Brian Eckert, Amanda Rose.
North Judson/ San Pierre students inducted into National Honor Society
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Help Wanted
REPORTER WANTED:
The Pilot News Group is seeking a full time reporter with the right combination of experience
and talent. Candidates for this position must be able to write news and feature stories
and take photographs. Occasional nights and weekends required. EOE
Please email a resume and writing samples to: ltomaszewski@thepilotnews.com
1170
Help Wanted
PART TIME POSITION FOR
POLICE OFFICER
The Town of LaPaz is currently seeking a part time Police
Officer. The hours will be approximately 20 hours per week
with a mix of some daytime, some evening and weekend.
The candidate would need to be Indiana Law Enforcement
Academy (ILEA) certified and current on all training
requirements with a minimum of 5 years experience.
Duties would include traffic patrol, enforcement of town
ordinances, citations and court attendance when necessary.
Please send a resume to:
LaPaz Town Council Attn: Lorraine Dove
P.O. Box 820
LaPaz, IN 46537
1170
Help Wanted
MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS
Michiana Behavioral Health is seeking full, part-time and prn Mental
Health Technicians. The Mental Health Technician functions as an
active part of the treatment team providing continuous patient care and
supervision, and role modeling to our patients. The ideal candidate will
possess a Bachelors Degree in a related field with one year of related
experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Previous behavioral health care work a plus.
For confidential consideration send your resume to Human Resources,
1800 N. Oak Dr., Plymouth, IN 46563, fax to 574-935-9076
or email to becky.nowicki@uhsinc.com
1170
Help Wanted
REGISTERED NURSES
Michiana Behavioral Health is seeking full-time and prn
Registered Nurses. Candidates will be responsible to
coordinate treatment and provide quality care to all patient
populations with mental health and/or chemical dependency
issues. Candidates must be licensed in the State of
Indiana; behavioral health care experience a plus. Michiana
Behavioral Health offers competitive compensation with a
generous benefit package.
For confidential consideration,
send your resume to Human Resources
1800 N Oak Dr., Plymouth, IN 46563,
fax to (574) 935-9076
or email to becky.nowicki@uhsinc.com
1170
Help Wanted
WAREHOUSE/DELIVERY
PERSON WANTED
Looking for hard working self motivated individual willing to work
unsupervised to complete tasks at hand.Must be physically able
to lift and load various types of fiberglass parts that weigh in
excess of 70 lbs. The applicant must have a good driving record
and hold a valid Chauffeurs license with up to date medical card.
CDL drivers need not apply.
Please apply at:
Bremen Composites,
425 Industrial Drive, Bremen, IN 46506
1170
Help Wanted
MAINTENANCE POSITION
available at Danco Anodizing in Warsaw, Indiana.
Experience necessary in electrical - single and 3 phase,
able to run conduit and wire, good electrical troubleshooting
skills, knowledge of control circuits, general plumbing skills,
HVAC experience a plus. Must be able to work from ladders
and lifts. Dependability and good attendance is a must.
Apply in person at 2450 Deelyn Drive, Warsaw, Indiana
or send resume with salary history to:
resume@danco.net
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Medical/Health Care
RN/LPN’S
Needed at local nursing facility. Must be
energetic, caring and a team player. Excellent
work environment and competitive wages.
To apply, visit our website masonhrc.com
or in person at:
900 Provident Dr., Warsaw
1170
Help Wanted
ALLIANCE EMS will be offer-
ing an Advanced EMT course
starting June 1st. For more in-
formation call Larry Brock at
(574)946-7911 or stop in at Alli-
ance EMS, 917 N US 35, Wi-
namc.
DELIVERY AND set-up person
needed w/a good driving re-
cord. Salary based on experi-
ence. Apply in person at 921
West Jefferson, Plymouth
HELP WANTED: Cooks and
Kitchen help for Corndance
Cafe. Apply at: 117 S. Main,
Culver.
HIRING ASAP The Italian Cof-
fee Bar, Kitchen Help, M-F,
8 a m- 3 p m Br e me n
(574)546-5522
HIRING IN-HOME caregivers
for Michiana area. Full-time,
par t - t i me, al l shi f t s.
574-825-6121 www.firefly-
homecare.com
HOME HEALTH Agency look-
ing for RN & HHA/CNA for Mar-
shall County. Please send re-
sume & quest i ons t o
jennifer@healthforce.biz
1170
Help Wanted
OPTICAL TECHNICIAN 16-20
hours. Assists patients in se-
lecting eyewear, ordering and
receiving, repairs. Basic com-
puter skills. Pleasant, detail ori-
ented. Experience preferred,
will train. Resume attn Robin.
207 E Market St, Nappanee IN
46550
PART-TIME HELP needed at
Bailey’s Home Furnishings. Ap-
ply in person at 921 West Jef-
ferson, Plymouth
PART-TIME MAINTENANCE
person to work 10-20 hours
weekly. Must be experienced in
light maintenance, electrical,
plumbing, carpentry. Call for
m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n
(574)936-8454 Please leave
message.
SERVICE TECHNICIAN/IN-
STALLER, Reliable and experi-
enced for local garage door
company. Will train the right
person. Valid drivers license a
must. Apply at D.C Garage
Door and Entry, 14487 W. Lin-
coln Hwy., Plymouth.
TRITON SCHOOL Corp. has
an opening for a part-time ele-
mentary cafeteria position. This
position is 2.5 hours per day.
A p p l y o n l i n e a t
www.triton.k12.in.us. Applica-
tion deadline is Friday, May 10,
2013.
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Drivers Wanted
CDL CLASS A Driving Instruc-
tors Needed - Indiana’s leading
truck driving school is looking
for P/T Instructors; Starting pay
$16/hr, 20-30 hrs/wk. Flexible
schedule, excellent working en-
vironment. Must have min. 5
years driving experience, clean
background check and good
safety record. Cal l CDI
1-800-242-7364.
Employment
Centennial celebration
PLYMOUTH — Our Centennial Celebration continues in
May with the next Musical Moments concert. George Schricker
will be playing in Laramore A & B on May 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Schricker will be playing original works with a literary flair.
This concert is free for anyone who would like to attend.
For more information, call the library at 574-936-2324.
PLTUMC fish fry
PLYMOUTH — Pretty Lake Trinity United Methodist
Church, 8985 S.R. 17, Plymouth is hosting its annual fish fry in
the fellowship hall from 4-7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 18. Cost is
$9 for adults, $4.50 for children ages 6-11, and children younger
than 6 eat for free. Homemade salads and desserts, as well as
carry-outs will be available.
Car show/pit stop scholarship
STARKE — The SCILL Center is hosting an eleventh annual
car show/pit stop competition, on Saturday, May 18 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. with registration is from 8 to 10 a.m. There is a
$15 registration fee (includes dash plaque).
Teams would consist of five members each and and do two
runs using collective times to determine a winner. The first place
team would win $250 each in the form of scholarships (made
out to the winner and the school) and a trophy second place
would win $100 scholarships and a trophy. These would be
redeemable for up to one year after graduation.
“Rain or Shine” with 50’s through 70’s music and food and
soft drinks available. 50/50 drawing with door prizes. Hosted
by SCILL Center.
Contact Tabitha Dillner at the SCILL Center at 574-772-8001.
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MONON — The Indiana Department of transportation is
conducting a regional coordinated public transit-human services
transportation plan update meeting for Jasper, Newton, Pulaski,
and Starke Counties.
The public meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 8 from
10 a.m. to noon EST at KIRPC, 115 E. 4th St. Monon.
The agenda includes the content of the current plan, unmet
transportation needs, existing coordination efforts, and the pro-
cess for developing an action plan for 2013-2017. This public
meeting will provide a unique opportunity for the public to
share transit needs and vision for the community. Transportation
providers, human service agencies, and other advocates will also
want to attend to discuss this important topic.
Agencies who receive or intend to receive funding under
MAP-21 Section 5310 and Section 5311 programs must partici-
pate in coordination planning and development.
RSVP by May 6 to Megan Lawson, Indiana Rural Transit
Assistance Program by calling 812-372-3794 or mlawson@
indianartap.com.
Indiana Department of Transportation
schedules annual regional meeting
Bejes receives recognition for outstanding teaching
LAPORTE — Indiana University Health La Porte Physicians,
Curtis Bejes, MD, recently received recognition for outstand-
ing teaching. The 2012–2013 Outstanding Teaching Award,
presented by the Predoctoral Education Division of the IU
Department of Family Medicine, honored Bejes as an excep-
tional educator, a passionate teacher and an engaged provider.
Further, Bejes was recognized for the award by his third-year
clerkship students.
Evaluations given by the students highlight Bejes’ stellar and
special skills as both clinician and educator:
As a recipient of the award, Bejes was invited to attend one
of four upcoming national family medicine conferences.
Bejes welcomes new patients at his North Judson primary
care practice, located at 414 Lane St. Call 574-896-3444 to
schedule an appointment.
PLYMOUTH — A new restaurant
opened May 2 at the Swan Lake Resort,
which promises “American Classics with
a modern twist.”
Dickie’s, the new launch at the
Plymouth resort, features the culinary
expertise of Chef Zachary Lucchese, The
cuisine will make use of farm-to-fork
products, using modern ingredients from
local producers. And the Chef’s renown
for steaks is still in place, with the new
menu offering the Cowboy Steak, which
is 16-ounces of meat.
Diners will be able to enjoy live
music, an extended wine and beer list
that includes a variety of draft and local
microbrewery selections.
Swan Lake Resort is located just off
State Road 30 with easy access from U.S.
31.
New restaurant opens at Swan Lake
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1800 S. US 35 • 574-772-3666
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KNOX SCHOOLS
LUNCH MENU
May 13-17
High School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
Middle School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: JUICE, POWER ALLEY BAR, CRACK-
ERS
TUESDAY: JUICE, FRUIT PIE
WEDNESDAY: JUICE, MINI CINNAMON ROLLS
THURSDAY: JUICE, BREAKFAST PIZZA
FRIDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
MONDAY: HOT DOG/BUN, TATOR TOTS, CORN,
APRICOTS
TUESDAY: QUESADILLA, NACHO CHIPS, MIXED
VEGETABLES, APPLESAUCE, SHERBET
WEDNESDAY: TURKEY & CHEESE SANDWICH, PICKLE
SPEAR, SWEET POTATO FRIES, PEA,
MIXED FRUIT
THURSDAY: HAMBURGER/BUN, DILL SLICES,
SPUDSTERS, GREEN BEANS,
PEACHES
FRIDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
MONDAY: CEREAL/GRAHAMS
TUESDAY: APPLE BOSCO STICK
WEDNESDAY: BISCUITS/GRAVY
THURSDAY: PRO BALLS
FRIDAY: BREAKFAST SANDWICH
MONDAY: CHICKEN, DINNER ROLL, MASHED
POTATOES/GRAVY, CORN, FRUIT COCK-
TAIL
TUESDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
WEDNESDAY: SOUTHWESTERN TURKEY BURGER,
REFRIED BEANS, MEXICAN RICE,
CALIFORNIA BLEND, PEACHES
THURSDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
FRIDAY: HAMBURGER, HOT DOG, CHIPS, CAR-
ROT STICKS, SLUSHIE, FRESH FRUIT
MONDAY: CHEERIOS BAR, STRAWBERRY/
BANANA YOGURT
TUESDAY: PIZZA BAGEL
WEDNESDAY: CINNAMON TOAST
THURSDAY: POP TARTS
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE GRAVY HOT BISCUIT
MONDAY: PASTA & MEAT SAUCE, GARDEN
SALAD, GRAPE TOMATOES, CUCUM-
BERS & RED PEPPERS, CALIFORNIA
BLEND, SPICED APPLES, DINNER
ROLL
TUESDAY: PORK TENDERLOIN, CRISS CROSS
FRIES, CELERY & CARROT STICKS &
DIP, NANTUCKET BLEND, APPLESAUCE
WEDNESDAY: SOUTHWEST PIZZA, LETTUCE &
TOMATO, REFRIED BEANS, SPANISH
RICE, STEAMED BROCCOLI, PEACHES
THURSDAY: CHICKEN MANHATTEN, MASHED
POTATOES, CHICKEN GRAVY, CORN,
MALIBU BLEND, DINNER ROLL, PINE-
APPLE
FRIDAY: PIZZA, GARDEN SALAD, GREEN
BEANS, PARISAN CARROTS, PEARS
Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Menu
Oregon-Davis
School
Corporation Menus
May 13-17
O-D Elementary School
LUNCH
Monday Bacon Cheeseburger,
Deli Potatoes, Carrots/
Dip, Mand. OJ
Tuesday Garlic Flatbread,
Green Bean Casse-
role, Salad, Pears
Wednesday Tacos, Corn, Cukes/
Dip, Pineapple
Thursday Spaghetti, Pears,
Salad, Garlic Bread,
Peaches
Friday Chef’s Choice, Pizza
Variety, Veggie Variety,
Misc. Fruit
LUNCH
Monday Tacos or Turkey Burg-
er, Vegetable, Fruit,
Milk
Tuesday Coney Dog or Quesa-
dilla, Vegetable, Fruit,
Milk
Wednesday Pizza or Chicken Ten-
ders, Vegetable, Fruit,
Milk
Thursday Rib Sandwich or Ham
& Cheese, Vegetable,
Fruit, Milk
Friday Garlic Flatbread with
Cheese or Chicken
Sandwich, Vegetable,
Fruit, Milk
O-D Jr./Sr. High School
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School Menus
May 13-17
BREAKFAST
Monday No School
Tuesday Trix Bar, Yogurt,
Juice
Wednesday Waffles, Juice
Thursday Cereal, String
Cheese, Juice
Friday Power Bar, Crack-
ers, Juice
LUNCH
Monday No School
Tuesday Chicken and Noo-
dles, Mashed Pota-
toes, String Cheese,
Carrots, Pears,
Bread
Wednesday Tender l oi n/ Bun,
Pork and Beans,
Cucumbers Slices/
Dip, Grapes, Frozen
Yogurt
Thursday Chicken Tenders,
Mashed Potatoes,
Romaine Salad,
Fruit Juice, Bread
Friday Nacho Grande, Let-
tuce and Cheese,
Corn, Oranges,
Graham Crackers
RAY’S
SUPER FOODS
324 Lane
North Judson
896-2331
Locally Owned
and Operated
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Lost & Found
FOUND: FEMALE Beagle/Pub
mix (light brown/tan/blonde), no
collar, very friendly. Found by
Jefferson school (Plymouth) on
4/29. 812-219-0995
LOST BLACK and white (hair
trimmed back) male Shih-tzu
about 15lbs, cataract on right
eye. No collar, answers to
Buddy. Last seen on 4/21 on
CR. 100 i n Nappanee.
(574)354-1585
LOST: SILVER ankle bracelet
w/diamond cross. Last seen on
3/25 at McDonalds, Plymouth.
(574)780-4906 REWARD
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Special Notices
ROSIE’S POSIE’S 18325 Iron-
wood Rd. Argos. Opening Day
April 24th. Hanging Baskets &
Bedding Plants. (574)892-5413
6 HEAVY-DUTY Chainlink Dog
Kennel Panel s: 6' Hx8' L
w/ Cover & Hdwr $400
(574)546-5488
1330
Articles for Sale
CHINA DISPLAY case w/glass
doors, mirrored shelves; elec-
tric golfcart w/charger and com-
pressor. Culver (574)842-2945
MOPED: 49CC, blue. Good
condi t i on, r uns wel l .
(574)936-4074
STANLEY
HOME
PRODUCTS
936-8150
1345
Music/Instruments
ACCEPTING BEGINNER and
intermediate piano and begin-
ning guitar students. Arlene
Siefer (574)546-4009
1390
Wanted to Buy
BUYING COIN
Collections, Silver & Gold
Items (574)209-1001
1300
Pets & Supplies
FREE KI TTENS to good
homes, 8 weeks ol d.
(574)540-2007
LOVING HOMES, 4 kittens 8
weeks old. One black, one or-
ange, one white, one grey. So
adorable! (574)935-4134
1400
Automobiles
2002 CHRYSLER Concorde,
good condition, 136K miles,
new tires, recent servicing up-
dates, $3,995. (574)773-4363
1430
Snowmobiles/ATVs
2011 SUZUKI King Quad 400
4x4, zero hours w/5x8 trailer,
$7,400. 574-935-9208
1300
Pets & Supplies
Classifed Ads pay
for themselves.
INDIANAPOLIS — Cord Colgrove of Knox recently
cashed in a unique Hoosier Lottery prize: A trip to Las
Vegas and a chance to win $1 million in the process.
Colgrove traveled to Las Vegas April 18 with accom-
modations at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino.
Colgrove was one of four Hoosier Lottery winners
to make the trip to Las Vegas to participate in the $1
Million Las Vegas Game Show Experience.
The Experience consisted of playing live versions of
each of six iconic TV game shows: Match Game, Card
Sharks, Family Feud, Press Your Luck, Let's Make a
Deal and The Price Is Right. Players were awarded prize
money based on their performance in each game, and
each had a shot at a bonus prize of $1 million.
"It was a good time," said Colgrove. "I didn't think I'd
get nervous when it came to the Experience, but once I
got on stage, it was a whole different deal."
In addition to the experience of just making the trip to
Las Vegas, Colgrove won $1,550 in prize money as part
of the $1 Million Live Game Show Experience.
Knox man one of four Hoosier Lottery
winners treated to Las Vegas trip
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1/2 Mi. South of Knox
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KNOX SCHOOLS
LUNCH MENU
May 13-17
High School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
Middle School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: JUICE, POWER ALLEY BAR, CRACK-
ERS
TUESDAY: JUICE, FRUIT PIE
WEDNESDAY: JUICE, MINI CINNAMON ROLLS
THURSDAY: JUICE, BREAKFAST PIZZA
FRIDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
MONDAY: HOT DOG/BUN, TATOR TOTS, CORN,
APRICOTS
TUESDAY: QUESADILLA, NACHO CHIPS, MIXED
VEGETABLES, APPLESAUCE, SHERBET
WEDNESDAY: TURKEY & CHEESE SANDWICH, PICKLE
SPEAR, SWEET POTATO FRIES, PEA,
MIXED FRUIT
THURSDAY: HAMBURGER/BUN, DILL SLICES,
SPUDSTERS, GREEN BEANS,
PEACHES
FRIDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
MONDAY: CEREAL/GRAHAMS
TUESDAY: APPLE BOSCO STICK
WEDNESDAY: BISCUITS/GRAVY
THURSDAY: PRO BALLS
FRIDAY: BREAKFAST SANDWICH
MONDAY: CHICKEN, DINNER ROLL, MASHED
POTATOES/GRAVY, CORN, FRUIT COCK-
TAIL
TUESDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
WEDNESDAY: SOUTHWESTERN TURKEY BURGER,
REFRIED BEANS, MEXICAN RICE,
CALIFORNIA BLEND, PEACHES
THURSDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
FRIDAY: HAMBURGER, HOT DOG, CHIPS, CAR-
ROT STICKS, SLUSHIE, FRESH FRUIT
MONDAY: CHEERIOS BAR, STRAWBERRY/
BANANA YOGURT
TUESDAY: PIZZA BAGEL
WEDNESDAY: CINNAMON TOAST
THURSDAY: POP TARTS
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE GRAVY HOT BISCUIT
MONDAY: PASTA & MEAT SAUCE, GARDEN
SALAD, GRAPE TOMATOES, CUCUM-
BERS & RED PEPPERS, CALIFORNIA
BLEND, SPICED APPLES, DINNER
ROLL
TUESDAY: PORK TENDERLOIN, CRISS CROSS
FRIES, CELERY & CARROT STICKS &
DIP, NANTUCKET BLEND, APPLESAUCE
WEDNESDAY: SOUTHWEST PIZZA, LETTUCE &
TOMATO, REFRIED BEANS, SPANISH
RICE, STEAMED BROCCOLI, PEACHES
THURSDAY: CHICKEN MANHATTEN, MASHED
POTATOES, CHICKEN GRAVY, CORN,
MALIBU BLEND, DINNER ROLL, PINE-
APPLE
FRIDAY: PIZZA, GARDEN SALAD, GREEN
BEANS, PARISAN CARROTS, PEARS
Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Menu
Deal and The Price Is Right. Players were awarded prize
money based on their performance in each game, and
each had a shot at a bonus prize of $1 million.
"It was a good time," said Colgrove. "I didn't think I'd
get nervous when it came to the Experience, but once I
got on stage, it was a whole different deal."
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Most drivers would not allow a 40-pound unsecured weight
to ricochet around the interior of their vehicles. Passengers
and cargo are typically strapped in for safety. But if a driver
is driving with an unsecured pet in his or her car, he or she
could be putting everyone in the car at risk.
The law states that children and adults should be buckled
up when riding in a car. The same regulations do not always
pertain to pet passengers, although some experts think they
should.
According to Christina Selter, the founder of California-
based pet advocacy group Bark Buckle Up, pets can be
very dangerous inside of a vehicle if they are not secured. A
60-pound Golden Retriever can hit you with 2,700 pounds
of force in a 35 mile-per-hour crash. However, that’s not the
only danger. A dog or cat that is allowed to roam freely inside
a car can pose a distraction to the driver, potentially impeding
a driver’s line of vision or inadvertently bumping into the
gear shift. A small animal could get down into the foot well
on the driver’s side and impede operation of the brakes or
accelerator.
In addition to the passengers and driver in the car, an
unsecured pet poses a danger to itself. A dog or cat that is
propelled through the car in a crash or sudden stop can
risk injury or death. Even simply bumping noses on the
dashboard or a seat can be very painful to the animal. There
are other reasons why the pet should be tethered in the car.
• A belt or tether secures the animal and prevents it from
hanging its head out of the window, where any small speck
of flying debris can cause a serious injury to the pet’s eyes or
nose. It’s important to keep the pet’s entire body inside of the
moving vehicle.
• A harness will prevent a dog or cat from physically
jumping out of the vehicle. If a squirrel or other distraction
arouses interest outside, the pet is unable to pursue it.
• In the event of an accident, a pet seatbelt will keep the
animal contained until emergency workers can assess the
situation. A frightened or injured pet may scratch or bite.
Having an excited animal on the loose can make rescue
dangerous.
• When wearing a harness, the pet doesn’t have to work as
hard bracing itself while the car is maneuvering. The harness
will keep it secure.
There are many ways to secure pets in a motor vehicle. An
animal crate that is belted down is one option, and a pet may
be comfortable riding in a familiar crate and feel more secure
as a result.
For smaller dogs or cats, consider a pet booster seat that
straps in with the vehicle’s safety belt. Some drivers have
used children’s booster seats with a pet harness.
Harnesses that work with safety belts are also available.
These can keep the pet in a sitting or lying-down position.
Securing pets in the car ensures the driver’s safety and
the safety of the passengers as well as the health of the pet
going for a ride.
Strap pets in for safety -- theirs and yours
If you are welcoming a
new dog to the family but
have yet to pick a name,
you might want to consider
"Max."
Max has been a popular
name for male dogs in the
United States, Canada,
the United Kingdom and
Australia on and off for
years, many times topping
the list as the most popular
male dog name.
Although names that
described dog's traits, such
as Spotty or Dusty, were
popular more than 50 years
ago, today's dogs (and cats)
have decidedly human
names. Dogs named Max
have starred in movies (think
Max in "The Grinch Who
Stole Christmas,") and have
also broken records.
A dog named Max lived to
be the oldest dog at age 26.
Max has been a name given
to pampered Yorkies as well
as rough-and-tumble mutts.
If Max is not the name
for you, Buddy, Jake and
Rocky are a few of the other
popular dog names.
Try this popular
name for that puppy

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(MS) -- The weather is heating up and Americans are
heading outdoors to soak up the fun. Warm weather
enthusiasts should keep safety on the top of their minds when
they're out camping, boating and barbecuing.
CSA Group, a leader in testing and certification, wants to
remind Americans to stay safe all summer with the following
tips.
Camping Stoves and Lanterns
• Fuel-burning camping equipment, such as stoves, lanterns
and outdoor cookers, should only be lit outdoors and at
least 10 feet (3 meters) from tents, combustible materials
and vehicles. Never light a stove or lantern inside a tent or
vehicle.
• Before use, carefully inspect parts for leaks, blockages or
damage.
• Keep loose, flammable clothing away from open flames.
Carefully monitor children and pets around stoves and
lanterns.
Boats and Cabins
• Ensure boats and cabins are equipped with proper
emergency safety equipment, including first aid kits and fire
extinguishers, carbon monoxide detectors and fire alarms.
• When first opening your cabin, carefully inspect all
appliances for damage from rodents or insects.
• Always wear a personal flotation device. Never consume
alcohol while operating any vehicle.
Outdoor Gas Barbeques
• Before firing up your barbecue for the first time, carefully
inspect burners and burner tubes for blockages due to dirt,
grease, insects or rust buildup. Clean or replace any blocked
parts or have a certified technician make repairs.
• Propane cylinders must be inspected and re-qualified
every 12 years in the United States. A date stamp on the
cylinder indicates when it was last qualified. Don't use
a rusty or damaged cylinder. If in doubt, have your tank
replaced.
• ºWhen purchasing or installing a gas barbecue, make
sure that it carries the mark of an approved certification
organization, such as CSA Group, indicating the barbecue
has been tested to applicable national standards.
Safety tips make sure everyone has fun this summer
(MS) -- The weather is heating up and no matter whether
you grill year-round or put the grill away for the winter, it's
always a good idea to clean it thoroughly once or twice a
year. The grilling experts at Båroil King offer some helpful
advice to get your grill ready for the season.
You will need: a sturdy bristle brush; grill cleaner;
toothpicks; soap and water; and a venturi brush.
Step 1: Remove all the cooking grids, grates and burners
and use a sturdy bristle brush to remove the buildup of
grease on the inside of the oven. Using a grill cleaner, scrub
the inside and outside of the oven and then rinse with water.
Never use oven cleaner on your grill. It is corrosive and can
damage the other components.
Step 2: Inspect the burners, making sure there are no holes
rusted through any of the components. If there are, it's time
for a replacement. Clean out any clogged burner ports using a
toothpick, being careful not to damage the ports.
Check all igniter contacts to ensure they are not corroded or
loose and remove any debris from the electrode. Next, clean
out the burner venturi tubes using a venturi brush. It's very
important to keep these tubes clean. Spiders love to make
nests in these tubes, creating blockages that can cause serious
damage.
Step 3: Examine the heat medium. If you have a heat plate,
remove any grease buildup and make sure there are no holes
rusted through. If you have briquettes make sure they aren't
crumbling and the pores aren't clogged with grease.
Step 4: Check the cooking grids and make sure no welds
are broken and brush off any stuck-on residue. If you have
cast iron cooking grids, season them with oil to help keep
food from sticking and help prevent rust.
Step 5: Inspect the gas hose to make sure there aren't any
cracks or leaks.
This can easily be done by preparing a soapy solution and
applying it to the connections at the tank and valve. Turn
the tank on slowly and watch for bubbles to form, which
indicates that there is a leak. Try tightening the connections
and re-test. If persistent leaking or blistering is detected, stop
using your grill and replace the gas assembly.
Finally, check the condition of your control knobs,
thermometer, and handles. Replacing small items like this
can refresh your grill and make it look new again.
More information, including recipes, is available online at
www.broilkingbbq.com.
These spring cleaning tips will have the grill ready to go
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situation. A frightened or injured pet may scratch or bite.
Having an excited animal on the loose can make rescue
dangerous.
• When wearing a harness, the pet doesn’t have to work as
hard bracing itself while the car is maneuvering. The harness
will keep it secure.
There are many ways to secure pets in a motor vehicle. An
animal crate that is belted down is one option, and a pet may
be comfortable riding in a familiar crate and feel more secure
as a result.
For smaller dogs or cats, consider a pet booster seat that
straps in with the vehicle’s safety belt. Some drivers have
used children’s booster seats with a pet harness.
Harnesses that work with safety belts are also available.
These can keep the pet in a sitting or lying-down position.
Securing pets in the car ensures the driver’s safety and
the safety of the passengers as well as the health of the pet
going for a ride.
ago, today's dogs (and cats)
have decidedly human
names. Dogs named Max
have starred in movies (think
Max in "The Grinch Who
Stole Christmas,") and have
also broken records.
A dog named Max lived to
be the oldest dog at age 26.
Max has been a name given
to pampered Yorkies as well
as rough-and-tumble mutts.
If Max is not the name
for you, Buddy, Jake and
Rocky are a few of the other
popular dog names.
Try this popular
name for that puppy
• Spring & Fall
Clean - Up
• Weeding, Planting
& Trimming
• Container
Gardening
• Vegetable
Gardening
• Garden Design
• Garden
Maintenance
• Cemetery
Maintenance
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530
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Don & Janice Stanley, Owners
Call 574-936-1385 or 574-936-1968
(Bonded • Insured • Free Estimates)
www.decksbyfourseasons.com
580
Lawn/Garden
Eckert Lawn Service
**Serving the area since 1989**
Mowing • Stump Grinding
Property & Storm Clean-up
Merle Eckert - owner
574-936-2088 or 298-8850
Voted “Best of Marshall Co.”
Eckert Lawn Service
**Serving the area since 1989**
Mowing • Stump Grinding
Property & Storm Clean-up
Merle Eckert - owner
574-936-2088 or 298-8850
Voted “Best of Marshall Co.”
580
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LAGGIS’ FISH FARM
269-628-2056 Days
269-624-6215 Evenings
595
Plumbing
PLUMBING
&
HEATING, INC.
574-784-2005
“QUALITY SERVICE AT A REASONABLE RATE”
• RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • FREE ESTIMATES
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION
PLUMBING • HEATING • REFRIGERATION
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Formerly Jolly &Sons
Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Mobile Homes, Heating & Air
Plumbing & Electrical
574-936-5520/574-952-2713
574-935-5362
605
Roof/Siding/Gutter
Johnny’s Roofing
“Serving Marshall County since 1972!”
Shingle & Flat Roofs
Roof Repairs
Spend a little now, save a lot later.
574-892-5007
Metal Re-Roofing
Residential
Commercial
Agricultural
Barn Restoration
Free Quotes - 20 yrs. exp.
1-800-747-6516
629
Small Appliance Repair
Markley
Appliance
Repair
Servicing most
brands
574-546-4583
Certified Technician
650
Tree Services
S & S Tree Service
Tree & Stump Removal
Tree Trimming
25 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
- Fully Insured -
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767-1331
or
930-0576
Accepting all major credit cards
Firewood for Sale
Now offering full
Lawn Maintenance
& Landscaping
650
Tree Services
Pro Tree Service
1550 Wentzel St., Rochester, IN
• Tree Transplanting • Portable Sawmill Service
• Full time climbing crew
• Stump Grinding & Removal
• Bucket Truck Crews Available
• $2 Million Liability Insurance
Free Estimates 574-223-9971
“Just Look For Our Purple Trucks”
665
Window Installation
We specialize in Vinyl Replacement Windows,
Vinyl Siding, Roofing and Remodeling.
FREE Lifetime Glass Breakage
(Argon Gas & Low E Included)
GILBERT MILLER, JR.
574-527-1631
Millers’
Construction
Bremen, IN Free Estimates
553
Financial Services
BANKRUPTCY:
FREE CONSULTATION
$25.00 to Start. Payment Plans
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Filing fee not included. Call Collect
574-269-3634, Warsaw, IN. Sat. &
Even. Appt. Available. Debt Relief
Agency under Bankruptcy Code.
651
Towing
DOUG BUYS
JUNK CARS
574-310-DOUG
498
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$40: TEN Princess Diana deco-
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574-546-5466
1 QUEEN boxspring, like new.
$50. (574)936-9570
1 TWIN boxspring, new, never
used. $50. (574)936-9570
3-4 YEAR olds bike w/training
wheels, $25. 574-936-4729
5 PAIRS of adult waterproof
pant s, si ze XLG, $20.
(574)360-8168
6’ INDOOR Rubber Tree, too
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6’ INDOOR Yucca tree, too tall
f or l i vi ngr oom. $35.
(574)867-4323
1155
Bargain Hunters
838 PAGE book, The Beatles
Unseen Archives w/pictures.
$10. (574)936-8973
96 PAGE ‘NSYNC book w/lots
of pictures $10. New condition
(574)936-8973
BAG OF girls clothes, size 4T,
$20. (574)936-4995
BAG OF girls size 18m nice
clothes, $15. (574)936-4995
BAGFUL OF calico fabrics,
$10. (574)936-4772
BROWN ROCKI NG chair,
gr eat condi t i on. $20.
(574)780-4906
CHILD’S BENCH, 33” wide x
35” hi gh, ni ce. $15.
(574)540-3974
1155
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DELL ALL in one color printer,
wo r k s g r e a t . $ 4 0 .
(574)936-7784
DESK CHAIR, your choice,
$25. (574)936-8973
DIRT DEVIL cordless stick vac-
uum, $20. Works great.
(574)780-4499
DRESSER PAINTED, 4-deep
drawers w/storage box. $50.
(574)342-3139
D R E S S E R , $ 5 0 .
(574)281-2853, Argos
FREE FILL dirt, you load/haul
574-936-4729
HANDICAP SHOWER/TUB
chair, adjustable height. $20
(574)936-7784
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H O O V E R C A R P E T
sweeper/shampooer. good
shape $30. (574)773-4890 ext.
1
LANE SWIVEL rocker/recliner,
light beige, great shape. $50.
(574)936-7784
LARGE 30INCH Coca Cola
bear, $30. (574)546-2451
LAVENDER FORMAL dress,
size 12, worn once. $25.
(574)936-8012
LIGHT BLUE formal dress,
size 12, work once. $25.
(574)936-8012
MOTHER OF the bride dress,
size 22, never worn. $50.
(574)936-8012
1155
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LOST DOG: Female Chihua-
hua/Rat Terrier Mix, brown,
5lbs with a pink collar with a
pink leash attached. Last see
by the Plymouth Country Club
on 4/27. 574-936-3372 or
574-952-8890
NEW ROLLATOR Walker
w/seat, adjustable height. $25.
(574)936-7784
NICE ALL wood high chair, oak
color, $20. (574)540-3974
PRINCESS HOUSE candle
holder, $10. (574)342-3139
PUSH MOWER, $50.
574-936-4729
R E C L I N E R , $ 5 0 .
(574)281-2853 Argos
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SQUARE WROUGHT iron cof-
fee table, glass topped, like
new. $30. (574)936-3950
SQUARE WROUGHT iron end
table, glass topped, like new.
$20. (574)936-3950
TORPEDO HEATER, 65,000
btu w/wheels, works. $50.
(574)780-4499
TWIN BED mattress and
boxspring, $50. (574)342-3139
WHITE DAMASK table cloth,
68x80 w/8 napkins. $20.
574-936-1822
WHITE PLASTIC adirondack
chair, $10. (574)936-8973
YESTERDAY’S CHILD set of
figurines, $25. 574-936-8973
Bargain Hunters where every item, every day is $50 or less!
The Kunst Piano Quintet will perform Friday eve-
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Building of Culver Academies.
Alumni of New England Conservatory and Peabody
Conservatory, the Boston-based piano quintet has won
frst place at the AFAF Golden Era of Romantic Music
International Competition 2012 and American Protege
Boston-based quintet
performs at Culver
Academies May 10
The Kunst Piano Quintet
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Easy 30 Minute Approval
Stop in or go to www.millersautoinc.com
for easy one page application
680 N. US 35, Knox, IN
574-772-7338
Behind Aldi’s (Next to Sherwin Williams)
574-936-1611
www.banfichinteriors.com
info@banfichinteriors.com
Store Hours: M-F 10-6 • Sat. 10-5
Closed Sun
Twin Mattress $99 each
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SERTA MATTRESS EXPRESS
10-50% Off
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Queen
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Sofas
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Recliners
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‘Carmichael Sings
Carmichael June 8
An evening of Hoagy Carmichael music awaits on Sat-
urday, June 8 at the Culver Academies Legion Memorial
Building at 7:30 p.m.
Hit song renditions by none other than Hoagy’s son,
Randy Carmichael, are on the docket. He has been de-
lighting audiences for decades, keeping his father’s mu-
sical legacy alive.
Hoagy Carmichael was a Hoosier
native noted for his contributions
to jazz, Broadway, and Hollywood,
and a great number of his songs are
considered timeless standards. He
was one of the frst inductees to the
Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971.
The event is sponsored by
the Antiquarian and Histori-
cal Society of Culver, whose
members may purchase exclu-
sive tickets until May 4, after
which they go on sale to the
public. Tickets may be purchased for $25 each for AHS
members or $35 for non-members. Please phone, email
or stop by the Center for Culver History: 574-842-2941,
ext. 218, historyofculver@gmail.com; please make
checks out to AHS Culver.
• Reality television has garnered its
share of devoted viewers, many of
whom happen to be young females.
Statistics indicate the number of tween
and teenage girls tuning into to see their
favorite reality TV is on the rise.
According to data from Ogilvy Public
Relations, roughly 43 percent of tween
or teenage girls are regular viewers
of reality television, while 30 percent
tend to watch sporadically. Some may
wonder how reality TV affects the
perceptions of young women.
According to a survey conducted by
the Girl Scout Research Institute, girls
who routinely view reality TV are more
focused on physical appearance, and
more than one-third think that a girl’s
value is based on how she looks. The
study also pointed out that girls’ views
on reality show behavior tends to pit
girls against one another to make the
show seem more exciting.
The research is not all negative,
however. Some survey respondents
said reality TV made them feel more
empowered and that they can “achieve
anything in life.”
Others said the shows highlighted the
plights of teenagers and young women,
helping young women realize there
are other young women in situations
similar to their own.
• Age-related macular degeneration,
or AMD, is a disease that affects the
part of the back of the eye called the
macula. This may cause the center part
of a person’s vision to become blurry or
wavy.
It also can cause a blind spot in the
center of vision, according to Prevent
Blindness America. More than two
million Americans ages 50 and over
have AMD, a 25 percent increase
from the previous decade, according
to Prevent Blindness America. AMDis
also one of the leading causes of
blindness in Canada.
Although anyone can experience
AMD, and it’s most prevalent in people
ages 65 and older. Gender also plays
a key role in a person’s risk for AMD.
According to the National Eye Institute,
women have a higher risk for AMD,
and it may be traced to a reduction in
estrogen production after menopause.
In a study titled, “Menopausal and
Reproductive Factors and Risk of
Age-Related Macular Degeneration”
by Diane Feskanish of Brigham and
Women’s Hospital that was published
in the April 2008 issue of Archives of
Ophthalmology, researchers found that
women who used oral contraceptives
before menopause and received
hormone replacement therapy after
menopause had the lowest risk for wet,
or advanced, AMD. But these results
came at a price. The same women who
had lower incidences of wet AMD
saw increased incidences of early, or
dry, AMD when taking hormones.
Although more research needs to be
done, estrogen seems to play some
type of role in the formation of AMD.
An eye doctor can assess visual acuity
at routine visits. You can also test your
eyes daily by using the Amsler Grid, an
AMD detection tool, and reporting any
anomalies to your eye doctor.
• There are thousands of species of
ants all over the world. Ants live in
many different climates but are notably
active and most abundant in warm
temperatures. Chances are, at some
point during the spring and summer,
you will come in contact with ants
in your area. Although many ants are
black and red, there are a few species of
Did you know? Helpful and unusual information
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Easy 30 Minute Approval
Stop in or go to www.millersautoinc.com
for easy one page application
680 N. US 35, Knox, IN
574-772-7338
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Get ready for the season
Spring Service Special
Moped Oil Change
Only $19.95
Now an authorized Odes UTV dealer
Tao Tao • Ice Bear Trikes • Amsoil
No appointment
needed
Rosa’s
Resale
305 Lane St., North Judson
Hrs: Mon-Fri 10 to 5
574-896-4020
Washers/Dryers
Stoves
Couches • Furnaces
Games • Chairs
Tables • Knick Knacks
Like New Leather Couch
(4 months old)
Newer Stackable
Washer/Dryer 220V
Large & Small Appliances
Records • Tapes • Movies • Books
Some Furniture • Crafts • Toys
Floral Arrangements
Porcelain Dolls
Several Army Uniforms
Household Items
Some Clothing Infants-Adults
Will pick up used appliances free of charge
and leave a $25 Rosa’s Gift Certificate
Woodland Variety Store
Accepting
Debit, Credit
& EBT
Cards
Harvey & Gloria Chupp
4133 E County Line Rd
Bremen, IN
574-773-0303 ext. 1
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Most items are while supplies last!
Cream Cheese
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Mozzarella Shred
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Bongard Yellow Sliced
American
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Muenster Cheese
$
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Limit 12 lbs. Addl. $2.49 lb.
Co-Jack Longhorn
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Limit 15 lbs. Addl. $2.49 lb.
HOT DEAL: Schwanns 16” Pepperoni Pizza
3/$
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Tyson Crispy Chicken
Patties (Fully Cooked)
$
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Sway Fish Fillet
$
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Gatorade Power Mix
$
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Fruit Punch, Lemon, Lime & Orange ONLY
Grade A Large Eggs
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We will be closed
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of Ascension Day.
Potatoes
$
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Blueberry Bundles
Cereal
$
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Catfish Fillet
$
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4 oz. individually wrapped fish fillet
Marshmallow Creme
$
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Boneless Smoked Ham
Pieces
$
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Peter Pan Peanut Butter
$
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Dick’s Greenhouse
BIGGER AND BETTER!
We have great gifts for mom!
Hanging Baskets (10”) - $13.50
Ferns (10”) - $14.00
English Gardens - $24.00
Potting Soil and Much More!
Flower or Vegetable Flats ONLY $12.00
Open Tuesday-Sunday 9-5 p.m. CST
5535 S. 600 W., North Judson
574-896-3509 • 574-249-0203 cell
ants that are light brown and even yellowish in color. Pharaoh
ants and thief ants are light-colored ants that are often
mistaken for each other. Thief ants build colonies in large
numbers close to other ant colonies and then use tunneling
to “steal” food. Pharaoh ants are also very small and tend
to make well-hidden nests, which allow them to infest a
property or home quite quickly. Because both of these types
of ants can become pests, you may need to hire a professional
exterminator if the ants become a nuisance.
• A trolling motor is a propulsion system that is used in
place of a vessel’s primary source of propulsion in slow-
moving situations.
If you need to move a boat into a different position easily
and without the noise and effort required to fire up the main
engines of the vessel, a trolling motor is your tool. It is
customarily used in fishing when an angler needs to precisely
maneuver the boat to an exact location without scaring off
fish upon arrival.
There are different types of trolling motors, including
ones that are either electric or gas-powered. Electric trolling
motors are useful in situations where gasoline-powered
engines are prohibited, such as on lakes or in close proximity
to vacation and swimming areas.
The trolling motor may be controlled by a hand control,
foot pedal or even wireless remote on high-end models.
The motor will either be affixed to the boat’s stern or bow.
When the primary engine is in operation, the trolling motor is
customarily lifted out of thewater to reduce drag.
• The term “high school” means different things in different
places.
In the United States, high school generally refers to grades
9 to 12. In Canada, each province and territory has its own
education system, so secondary schools vary with regards to
grade levels.
In other areas of the world, high school may encompass the
equivalent to grades 6 through 12 in the United States.
The phrase “high school” owes its origins to Scotland,
where the world’s oldest secondary school, Edinburgh’s
Royal High School, was established in 1505. It is believed
this school served as a model for the first public high school
in the United States, the English High School, which was
founded in Boston in 1821.
Today, there are many high schools across the world. In
terms of enrollment, high schools in the New York City
area boast the highest enrollment, according to the site
HighSchoolGuide.org.
Brooklyn Technical High School in Brooklyn, NY, with a
2011 enrollment of 8,076 students, is the largest high school
in America, followed by Fort Hamilton High School, also
located in Brooklyn, with 7,805 students. Tottenville High
School in Staten Island, NY, boasts the third-largest student
body with 7,770.
• The Baby Boomer generation is one of the most influential
demographics in the world today.
Boomers represent roughly 28 percent of the total
population of the United States, according to “Baby Boomer”
magazine, and this means they are the largest generational
segment as well as the single largest economic group in the
United States.
They hold 70 percent of the U.S. wealth and are expected
to inherit millions of dollars over the course of the next 20
years.
Baby boomers comprise a population of adults who were
born between 1946 and 1964. That makes boomers people
who are between 49 and 67 years old.
Many of these baby boomers have grown to be household
names and influential individuals in all areas of business.
Actor Brad Pitt is a baby boomer, as is President of the
United States Barack Obama. Director Peter Jackson, singer
k.d. lang and business mogul Donald Trump all belong to the
baby boomer generation.
Here are some additional facts and figures about baby
boomers:
— Baby boomers have more discretionary income than any
other age group.
— Baby boomers own 80 percent of the money in savings
and loan associations.
— Baby boomers spend more money than other groups.
— Baby boomers account for nearly half of all consumer
demand.
Baby boomers have been known to have an unprecedented
impact on American culture, society and the economy, and
that influence is bound to continue for several more years.
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* Fiberglass * Recycled Plastic
Call NIFF-TONE
FOR ALL YOUR RESIDENTIAL & FARM BUILDING NEEDS.
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Sign up for our Mother's Day Giveaway!
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Open 7 days a week • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. CST
Check out our website for a complete list of plants & prices www.apggreenhouse.com
1000's of Hanging
Baskets
Over 500 varieties of
Perennials
Annual &
Vegetable Flats
Thrifty Thursday -
When you pay with
cash get 10% off your
entire purchase!
(Main Location ONLY)
Largest Selection of
quality packaged seeds
& much more!
Tropicals
Have Arrived
NOT JUST
FLOWERS!
We also have strawberry
plants, asparagus roots,
sweet potato starts
and more!
Perennials Galore
Greenhouse
Now Open
for the
Season!
5652 SR 4
LaPorte, IN
219-369-9413
6 miles E of LaPorte & 10 miles
W of N. Liberty on SR 4
2nd location
Mark's Water
Treatment
North Liberty, IN
7 days a week • 10-6 EST
Accepting Credit Cards
3rd location
Rumors Hair
Salon
0115 W SR 10, North Judson
Open Daily
8 a.m.-6 p.m. CST
Accepting Credit Cards
We are well worth the drive!
Plan for Fall!
2013 Flea Market Dates
Sept. 21 & 22
Oct. 5 & 6
Oct. 19 & 20
Call or stop by
for booth rental
Gift
Certificates
Available!
As many seniors age, their ability to live independently
is compromised. An older adult may suffer from a medical
condition that makes it difficult or impossible for him
or her to drive an automobile or manage day-to-day life
independently. In such instances, many younger relatives opt
to invite an aging parent or grandparent into their homes, a
decision that men and women should not take lightly.
Asking an aging relative to move into your home is often
a selfless decision rooted in the affection you feel for that
person. But there are certain things to consider about your
home as well as your finances before inviting an aging
relative to move in.
• Space in the Home
When your household is taking on a new member, you
will obviously need to find some space for that person. But
if you're currently at full capacity, then you will need to
determine if the space you have is truly capable of handling
an additional member of the household. Seniors often value
their privacy, so sharing a room is not an ideal option nor
one that your relative is likely to embrace. If you determine
you'll need to remodel or add a new suite to your home, it's
important to know that such projects can be very expensive,
with a room addition very likely costing close to or more
than six figures.
But men and women with lots of available space in their
home may find their home is not ideal for seniors, either. For
example, seniors whose physical condition is less than ideal
might not be able to get up or down stairs easily and might
find walking from room to room in a large house to be too
physically taxing. Before inviting an aging relative into your
home, be sure the space available in your home is suitable
that person and their particular condition.
• Proximity to Medical Facilities
Many seniors need to visit medical facilities more
frequently than younger men and women. This makes the
proximity of your home to doctors' offices a significant
factor to consider before inviting an aging relative to move
into your home. If your home is far off the beaten path or
in an area where access to
medical care is sparse, then
your loved one's health
may be compromised if
he or she moves into your home. Discuss your loved one's
medical condition and history with them before extending
an invitation. If he or she has considerable medical needs
and your access to reliable medical facilities is limited, then
you might need to move before you can comfortably house
an aging relative or explore other housing options for this
person.
• Personal Finances
The cost of caring for an aging relative is considerable.
According to the MetLife Mature Market Institute, the
average cost of in-home care for a parent who requires a
home health aide was slightly less than $22,000 per year in
2011. That's a considerable amount of money, especially for
men and women whose own retirement is imminent. Because
those costs are so substantial, many men and women care
for their aging relatives on their own, which can still prove
quite costly over the long haul. Taking on that role might
impact income you sorely need, especially if you're forced to
scale back your workload so you can better care for an aging
relative.
Inviting an aging relative to move into your home is a
decision that requires careful consideration of a host of
factors.
Concerns to address before inviting
an aging relative into your home
Do you find yourself wearing a sweater when it's 75 degrees outside? Are you unable to
tolerate the air conditioning on a steamy day? If you're always cold it could be a sign that
your body is changing or it may be a symptom of illness, such as an underactive thyroid.
Older people have less subcutaneous fat stores and muscle mass, both of which can insulate
a body. Therefore, they may have trouble regulating body temperature. But there are ways to
feel warmer.
• Gain weight: Putting on a few extra pounds can help aging men and women who feel cold
all the time. Consult with a doctor as to what is a healthy weight for your age.
• Wear a vest: The body sacrifices heat in the extremities (hands and feet) to warm the core.
Wearing a vest can keep your chest warm, and thus, the rest of your body.
• Get physical: Moderate exercise can get the blood pumping and speed up metabolism.
• Visit the doctor: Get a check-up to ensure you're not cold due to a medical condition.
Banishing the chills
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