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Photos by Jeanne Barber/News Advocate
John Stocki (left), past president of Rolling Thunder of Manistee County, addresses
a crowd at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans, where members recently present-
ed a check for $4,000. Also pictured is singer Kelly Trudell (center), who performed
a concert at the Little River Casino Resort in June to raise money for the veterans
facility, on behalf of Rolling Thunder.
By DAVID L. BARBER
News AdvocAte MANAgiNg editor
In a quiet sort of way, the men and
women of Rolling Thunder more than live
up to their name.
Like silent sentinels — vigilant van-
guards dedicated to preserving the liberat-
ing spirit of those who marched before
them — they solemnly stand guard over
their resting and honored comrades.
They do little things for their fellow
veterans, like serve ‘em ice cream, cake
and coffee.
They hold their hands and listen to
their stories.
And, at day’s end, they often exchange
meaningful salutes with those veterans
— finger tips to eyebrow, their eyes fixed
with a message of appreciation.
But it is for the ones who didn’t come
back — the American warriors who are
still missing in action, or even prisoners of
war — that cause the members of Rolling
Thunder to roar like, well, thunder.
“When one American is not worth the
effort to be found, we, as Americans, have
lost,” said John Stocki, former president
and current member of the Manistee
County Chapter of Rolling Thunder.
Each year, members of the Manistee
chapter present POW/MIA flags to area
schools, governments, businesses and
more. The black and white flag has become
one of the most recognized and honored
‘IF NOT FOR THEM...’
Day in and day out, Rolling Thunder
pays tribute to area veterans
Rolling Thunder member Bill Butler
(facing camera) talks with a resident of
the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.
See ROLLING THUNDER page 5
Rolling Thunder members John Stocki (left) and Phil Adamski welcome guests to
a dedication of the Gold Star Mothers Highway in eastern Manistee County.
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Last week, my hus-
band and I visited our
son David, who’s an
engineering student
at the University of
Massachusetts. I lived in
the north of Boston area
for 18 years, but it was
Pat’s first visit, so it was
fun to show him around
the “cradle of liberty” and
take him to all our favorite
places.
It’s no surprise to any-
one to hear that most of
my favorite places involve
food! Parts of our visit
were wonderful — Fanueil
Hall marketplace, the
cemetery where Samuel
Adams, John Hancock and
Mother Goose are buried,
twin boiled lobsters for
less than $20, the Atlantic
Ocean, clam chowder, a
winning football team —
but parts of our trip were
not that great.
In the north of Boston
area, it takes about 20
minutes to travel four or
five miles. When you get
to your destination, there’s
no place to park. You
cannot pahk youh cah in
Hahvahd yahd!
When you finally do
park, you never see anyone
you know, even if you’re at
your favorite restaurant.
I missed home. I’m glad
to come home to a place
where five miles takes five
minutes. I’m glad to live
in a place where squirrels
aren’t the only wildlife you
ever see. Most of all, I’m
glad to go places and see
people I know.
You know the expres-
sion, “it’s a nice place to
visit, but I wouldn’t want to
live there?” For almost 20
years I lived in Boston and
visited western Michigan.
Now, I live here and visit
Boston. It’s so much better
this way!
May your arm be steady
and your aim be true this
week!
Uncork the
Holidays
If you’re tired of the
same old spot for your
holiday office party or your
yearly holiday get together
with friends, then uncork
the holiday season at
Douglas Valley.
They have just the right
space for an intimate holi-
day party. There is a dis-
tinctive menu offering deli-
cious bites and they can
work with you to create
anything that meets your
needs. Call them at (231)
887-3333 for details.
Look what’s
coming in 2011
The Manistee
Recreation Association
has an exciting line up of
programs for 2011. The
programs include family
nights, deep water aero-
bics, tot swim, swimming
lessons, pee wee play,
men’s basketball — league
play — tentative, Musikids,
soft soccer clinic, lifeguard
certification amd CPR,
Healthy Active Manistee
activities and spring soc-
cer.
For more information
or to register for pro-
grams, visit the Manistee
Recreation Association
office located in the Briny
Building. Office hours are
Monday through Thursday
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
and Friday from 10 a.m.
until 1 p.m.
Husband gone
away to deer
camp?
Sounds like a perfect
time to grab your girl-
friends and bring them
in for wine tasting and
free appetizers (with the
purchase of wine by the
glass). Visit Douglas Valley
on Saturdays, Nov. 20
and 27 from 11 a.m. until
5 p.m., grab a seat next to
the fireplace and embrace
the season. If you’re lucky
there just might be some
Deer Camp Chili.
There will be a chance
to win a great door prize
both Saturdays, given away
at 4 p.m.
OPENING DAY LOVE LETTER
Manistee
area
entertainment
calendar
This Weekend
Saturday, Nov. 20
First Congregational
Church Heritage Bazaar,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., 412
Fourth St., Manistee
Basics of Bird
Feeding, 10-11:30
a.m., Lake Bluff Bird
Sanctuary, 2890
Lakeshore Rd., Manistee
Friends of the Library
Book Sale, 10 a.m.-3
p.m., 95 Maple St.,
Manistee
Craft Show, 10 a.m.-4
p.m., Onekama School
Cafeteria
Chili Cook-Off, 11
a.m.-2 p.m., Onekama
School Cafeteria
Ludington Knights
of Columbus Arts and
Crafts Show
Onekama Festival
of Lights, 5 p.m., Farr
Center
“Proof,” 7:30 p.m.,
Center Stage Theater,
West Shore Community
College
“Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels: The
Musical,” 7:30 p.m.,
Harvey Theatre,
Interlochen Center for
the Arts
John Michael
Montgomery, 8 p.m.,
Little River Casino
Resort
Sunday, Nov. 21
“Proof,” 2 p.m.,
Center Stage Theater,
West Shore Community
College
Other upcoming
events
Nov. 22 — Free line
dance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,
St. Joseph Parish Hall,
249 Sixth St., Manistee
Nov. 23 — Line
dancing, lessons 6:30-7
p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m.,
VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,
Manistee
Nov. 24 — Friends
of Note, 7-9 p.m., Zeppi’s
Pizza, Coates Highway,
Brethren
Nov. 26 — John
Cafferty, Little River
Casino Resort
Nov. 26-27
— Ludington Area Center
for the Arts Christmas
Extravaganza, 7 p.m.
Nov. 27 — Christmas
Joy Fest, 4-8 p.m.,
Marilla Museum and
Pioneer Place, 9991
Marilla Rd., Copemish
Nov. 27 — 14th
annual Holly Berry Arts
& Crafts Fair, 10 a.m.-4
p.m., Frankfort High
School
Nov. 27 — David/
Paxton Duo concert, 8:30
p.m., Horizon Books and
Music, 243 E. Front St.,
Traverse City
Nov. 27 — Sparkle in
the Park opens, 6 p.m.,
Hopkins Park, Bear Lake
Nov. 28 — Concert
by The Balance Duo, 7
p.m., Grace Episcopal
Church, 301 James St.,
Ludington.
Nov. 29 — Free line
dance lessons, 7-9 p.m.,
St. Joseph Parish Hall,
Dave
Yarnell
Entertainment
editor
398-3111 dyarnell@pioneergroup.com
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Local Residents in Amazement Yesterday
As Collectors Provide A
Stimulus Package to Manistee!
By KEN MCINTOSH
STAFF WRITER
ICCA will be placing ads in newspapers, radio
and running television spots this week asking
people to bring in any old silver and gold coins
made before 1965. Those that do bring in their
coins will be able to speak with collectors one
on one and have their coins looked at with an
expert set of eyes. With the help of these ICCA
members oers will be made to those that
have coins made before 1965. Oers will be
made based on silver or gold content and the
rarity of the coins. All coins made before 1965
will be examined and purchased including
gold coins, silver coins, silver dollars, all types
of nickels and pennies, Those that decide to
sell their coins will be paid on the spot.
If you are like a lot of people you might have
a few old coins or even a coee can full lying
around. If you have ever wondered what they
are worth, now might be your chance to nd out
and even sell them if you choose. They could
be worth a lot according to the International
Coin Collectors Association also known as ICCA.
Collectors will pay a fortune for some coins and
currency for their collections. If they are rare
enough, one coin could be worth over $100,000
according to Eric Helms coin collector and ICCA
member. One ultra rare dime an 1894S Barber
sold for a record $1.9 million to a collector in
July of 2007. While that is an extreme example,
many rare and valuable coins are stashed away
in dresser drawers or lock boxes around the
country. The ICCA and its collector members
have organized a traveling event in search of
all types of coins and currency. “Even common
coins can be worth a signicant amount due to
the high price of silver and gold,” says Helms.
Washington quarters and Roosevelt dimes
and worth many times their face value. Recent
silver markets have driven the price up on even
common coins made of silver. Helms explains:
all half dollars, quarter and dimes made before
1965 contain 90% silver and are sought after
any time silver prices rise. Right now it’s a sellers
market he said.
The rarest coins these collectors are looking
for include $20, $10, $5 and $2 1/2 gold coins
and any coin made before 1850. These coins
always bring big premiums according to the
ICCA. Silver dollars are also very sought after
nowadays.
Other types of items the ICCA will be
purchasing during this event include U.S.
currency, gold bullion, investment gold, silver
bars, silver rounds, proof sets, etc. Even foreign
coins are sought after and will be purchased.
Also at this event anyone can sell their gold
jewelry, dental gold or anything made of gold
on the spot. Gold is currently trading at over
$1,100.00 per ounce near an all time high.
Bring anything you think might be gold and
the collectors will examine, test and price it for
free. If you decide to sell you will be paid on
the spot – it has been an unknown fact that
coin dealers have always paid more for jewelry
and scrap gold than other jewelers and pawn
brokers.
So whether you have one coin you think
might be valuable or a large collection you
recently inherited you can talk to these
collectors for free and if your lucky you may
have a rarity worth thousands. Either way,
there is nothing to lose and it sounds like fun!
For more information on this
event visit the ICCA website at www.
internationalcoincollectors.com.
What We Buy:
COINS
Any and all coins made before 1965, rare
coins, entire collections, Silver Dollars, Half
Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Half Dimes, Nickels,
Three Cent Pieces, Two Cent Pieces, Cents,
Large Cents, Half Cents and all others.
PAPER MONEY
All denominations made before 1934.
GOLD COINS
Including $20, $10, $5, $4, $3, $2.5, $1,
Private Gold, Gold Bars, etc.
INVESTMENT GOLD
Kruggerands, Canadian Maple Leafs, Pandas,
Gold Bars, U.S. Eagles and Bualos, etc.
SCRAP GOLD
Broken and unused jewelry, dental gold.
JEWELRY
Diamond rings, bracelets, earrings, loose
diamonds, all gem stones, etc.
PLATINUM
Anything made of platinum.
SILVER
Flatware, tea sets, goblets, jewelry, etc. and
anything marked sterling.
WAR ITEMS
Civil war, WWI AND II, all others, swords,
daggers, bayonets, etc.
OTHER ANTIQUES
Guns, toys, trains, dolls, advertising, banks
(basically anything old we want to see).
Recent Finds:
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SPENT!
1000 NATIONAL
EVENTS!
1893
Morgan
PAID $1,800
1916
Mercury DIme
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1849
Gold Dollar
PAID $8,500
1932
Washington
Quarter
PAID $250
1803
$10 Gold
PAID $14,000
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- Gather ltems of lnterest from your attlc,
safe deposit box, garage, basement, etc.
There is no limit to the amount of items
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- No appolntment necessary
- |f lnterested ln selllng, we wlll consult
our collector’s database to see if a buyer
exists. 90% of all items have oers in our
database
- The offer ls made on the spot on behalf
of our collectors making the offer
- |f you declde to accept the oner, we wlll
pay you on the spot!
- ¥ou get l00% of the oner
with no hidden fees
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Nov. 30 — Line
dancing, lessons 6:30-7
p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m.,
VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,
Manistee
Nov. 30 — Frankfort
Tree Lighting, 7 p.m.,
Rotary Park, Frankfort
Dec. 2-5 — Victorian
Sleighbell Parade and
Old Christmas Weekend,
Manistee
Dec. 2 — Victorian
Carol Dessert Concert,
7 p.m., Faith Covenant
Church, 475 Eighth St.,
Manistee
Dec. 3-5 — “Beauty
and the Beast”, Ramsdell
Theatre, 101 Maple St.,
Manistee, 723-7188
Dec. 3-5 — Art
Out Loud Manistee Art
Institute Student Art
Exhibit, T. Walter Hardy
Exhibit Hall, Ramsdell
Theatre
Dec. 10-12 — Art
Out Loud Manistee Art
Institute Student Art
Exhibit, T. Walter Hardy
Exhibit Hall, Ramsdell
Theatre
Dec. 10-12 — “Beauty
and the Beast”, Ramsdell
Theatre, 101 Maple St.,
Manistee, 723-7188
Dec. 4 — Chickadee
Christmas, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.,
Lake Bluff Bird Sanctuary,
2890 Lakeshore Rd.,
Manistee
Dec. 4 — Edgar Struble
& Friends concert, 7 p.m.
and 9 p.m., Center Stage
Theater, West Shore
Community College
Dec. 6 — Kaleva
Bottle House Christmas
Celebration, noon-5 p.m.
Dec. 6 — Free line
dance lessons, 7-9 p.m., St.
Joseph Parish Hall, 249
Sixth St., Manistee
Dec. 7 — WSCC
Symphony Orchestra con-
cert, 7:30 p.m., Center
Stage Theater, West Shore
Community College
Dec. 7 — Line dancing,
lessons 6:30-7 p.m., danc-
ing 7-9 p.m., VFW Hall,
1211 28th St., Manistee
Dec. 9 — Wellston
Jammers Jam Session, 1-4
p.m., free admission, music
and dancing, Norman
Township Community
Center, 1273 S. Seaman
Road, Wellston
Dec. 10-12 — “Beauty
and the Beast”, Ramsdell
Theatre, 101 Maple St.,
Manistee, 723-7188
Dec. 11 — WSCC
Collegiates concert, 7:30
p.m., Center Stage Theater,
West Shore Community
College
Dec. 11-12 — “The Rat
Pack Is Back!,” Little River
Casino Resort
Dec. 12 — St.
Lucia Celebration, 6
p.m., Emanuel Church,
Ludington
Dec. 13 — Free line
dance lessons, 7-9 p.m., St.
Joseph Parish Hall, 249
Sixth St., Manistee
Dec. 15 — Line dancing,
lessons 6:30-7 p.m., danc-
ing 7-9 p.m., VFW Hall,
1211 28th St., Manistee
Dec. 15 — WSCC
Concert and Jazz Bands
concert, 7:30 p.m., Center
Stage Theater, West Shore
Community College
Dec. 19 — WSCC
Concert Choir, 2 p.m.,
Center Stage Theater, West
Shore Community College
Dec. 20 — Free line
dance lessons, 7-9 p.m., St.
Joseph Parish Hall, 249
Sixth St., Manistee
Dec. 21 — Winter
Solstice Celebration, Kaleva
Dec. 22 — Line
dancing, lessons 6:30-7
p.m., dancing 7-9 p.m.,
VFW Hall, 1211 28th St.,
Manistee
Where to go and who
to call for area fun and
activities
n Paine Aquatic Center
at Manistee High School,
525 12th St., Manistee, 723-
2547
n Ice Arena and
Recreation Center at
West Shore Community
College, 3000 N. Stiles Rd.,
Scottville, 845-6211, www.
westshore.edu
n Little River Casino
Resort, M-22 at U.S. 31,
Manistee, (888) 568-2244,
www.lrcr.com.
n Manistee County
Historical Museum, 425
River St., Manistee, 723-
5531
n Manistee National
Forest, (231) 723-2211,
www.fs.fed.us/r9/hmnf
n Crystal Mountain
Resort, (800) 968-7686,
www.crystalmountain.com
n Caberfae Peaks Ski
and Golf Resort, (231) 862-
3000, http://caberfaepeaks.
com
n Interlochen Center for
the Arts, (800) 681-5920,
www.interlochen.org
n Northern Michigan
Dragway, (231) 362-3439,
www.northernmichigan-
dragway.net
n Manistee Civic Players
at the Ramsdell Theatre,
723-7188, purchase tickets
online at www.ramsdell-
theater.org
n Indoor heated pool,
hot tub, fitness room,
Portage Point Inn, 8567
South Portage Point Dr.,
Onekama, 889-4222
n West Shore
Community College, (231)
845-6211, www.westshore.
edu
n Arts and Culture
Alliance of Manistee
County, www.allartsman-
istee.com
n Ludington Area Arts
Council, www.ludington-
artscouncil.org
n Manistee Art
Institute, (231) 723-2682
n Spirit of the Woods
Music Association, (231)
477-5381, www.spiri-
tofthewoods.org
n Carmike Harbor
Cinema, Ludington, (231)
843-9310
n Marilla Museum and
Pioneer Place, 9991 Marilla
Rd., Copemish, (231) 378-
2123
n Ramsdell Theatre
Tours, 101 Maple St.,
Manistee, Saturdays, 1-4
p.m., start June 19
n Bottle House
Museum, 14551 Wuoksi
Ave., Kaleva, (2310 362-
3519
n Kaleva Depot Railroad
Museum, Walta St., Kaleva
This list is compiled by
News Advocate entertain-
ment editor Dave Yarnell.
Listing suggestions are
appreciated. Contact
Yarnell at 398-3111 or
dyarnell@pioneergroup.
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nomination form published at least once a week.
The people who you should consider nominating
would have done something special for someone in
the community this year. Examples include: A person
who devotes time to helping the elderly; a couple
who volunteers at a local school or church; a person
who has helped raise funds for a community project.
The person cannot be nominated for something he
or she has done as a result of their employment (for
instance, a teacher can’t be nominated for being a
good teacher).
You must mail your entry by Dec. 6. Entering this
contest will cost you nothing – there is no fee to
nominate someone. If there is not enough space on
the form please attach additional sheets.
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ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
CITY: _____________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS: ___________________________________
PHONE: ______________________ WORK PHONE: ___________________________________
PLEASE SEND NOMINATION POSTMARKED BY DEC. 6 TO:
ATTN: CITIZEN OF THE YEAR,
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75 MAPLE ST., MANISTEE, MI 49660
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flags in the country.
“The POW/MIA Flag
dedication is Rolling
Thunder’s way of educat-
ing the public to the many
American Prisoners of War
who were left behind after
all previous wars, and to
help correct the past, and
protect future veterans from
being left behind should
they become Prisoners Of
War, or Missing In Action,”
Stocki said.
“We are also committed
to helping American veter-
ans from all wars. Members
donate their time, because
they believe in the issues
we are working on. Rolling
Thunder is constantly work-
ing with Congress to help
pass legislation to improve
veteran’s medical issues
that they deserve, along
with their benefits.
“Our demand for
accountability over the last
21 years has resulted in the
returned remains of our
missing soldiers from all
wars,” he said.
Rolling Thunder is a
non-profit organization.
In 2009, the local chapter
participated in 36 events,
including visiting local
veterans at the Manistee
County Medical Care
Facility and Tender Care in
Ludington. Other activities
include educational pre-
sentations to local schools
and local organizations,
flag dedication ceremonies,
Missing Man presenta-
tions, community outreach
through parades and fairs,
clothing drives, and regular
visits to the Grand Rapids
Home for Veterans, for-
merly known as the Old
Soldiers Home.
On Monday, members
participated in a veterans
program at the Scottville
Middle School.
Today they will gather
at the Manistee County
Medical Care Facility — as
they do every other month
— to dedicate a flag, to
donate a power chair and to
serve ice cream to veterans
at that facility.
On Sunday they will take
part in a special Veterans
Day dinner at the St. Joseph
Parish Center in Manistee,
where they will perform
their six-man, missing-man
man table presentation.
On those months when
members don’t serve ice
cream and meet with veter-
ans at the Manistee County
Medical Care Facility, they
travel to the Grand Rapids
Home for Veterans, where
they do the same thing.
“It’s really something
just to sit and talk with
those ole’ boys,” said Roger
Hilliard. “It’s humbling.
They appreciate, so much,
when you just sit and talk
with them for a while. They
thank you over and over,
and yet it’s we who should
be thanking them.”
Last month, members
of the Manistee Chapter
traveled to Grand Rapids
Home for Veterans to serve
ice cream, but also to pres-
ent officials of that facility
with a check for $4,000,
money earned at a special
veterans concert held at the
Little River Casino Resort
in June.
Singer Kelly Trudell,
who lives in southern
Michigan, headlined that
concert. She performs sev-
eral such veterans concerts
each year and just recently
traveled to Washington,
D.C., to sing for veterans
there.
“If I could wear the
uniform, I would,” Trudell
told the News Advocate just
prior to her June concert in
Manistee. “Singing is just
my way of giving back. This
is my way of wearing a uni-
form — of serving.”
As she crosses the coun-
try, traveling from show to
show and town to town, the
soft-talking song painter
said she always stops to
greet those who are in uni-
form.
“I wholeheartedly
acknowledge them,” she
said. “I shake their hands.
I thank them. Being aware
of what our soldiers go
through, and what their
families go through, is
important.
“I thank them, because
it’s not an easy life. To be
away from your family, in
foreign countries, in hostile
circumstances — it’s not
easy. It’s not easy.”
In taking part in last
month’s check presenta-
tion at the Grand Rapids
Home for Veterans, along
with members of Rolling
Thunder of Manistee
County, officials from the
casino and others, she
again talked about her
appreciation for the vet-
eran.
“If not for them, none of
us would be able to enjoy
anything we have today,”
she said. “We owe our
veterans everything. And
should never, ever, turn
our backs on them.”
Calvin Murphy, another
veteran who’s been a mem-
ber of Rolling Thunder of
Manistee County for years,
said he looks forward to
meeting with veterans
in the various facilities
— local, state and even out-
of-state.
“Some of them still
don’t talk about their past,”
Murphy said. “It’s just too
hard on them. But if you
just sit there with them
and keep them company,
that’s all they ask of you.
And if we can’t even do
that, then shame on us. I
love these guys, every one
of them.”
According to Jan
Rosochacki, a spokesper-
son for the Grand Rapids
Home for Veterans,
three former residents of
Manistee County now live
in that facility.
She also said “organiza-
tions like Rolling Thunder
are important because they
raise money for the home
that cannot be obtained
through the state budget
process.
“Naturally, we always
appreciate any and all
donations,” she said. “But
we appreciate it even more
so when organizations like
Rolling Thunder come in
here on a regular basis,
just to serve ice cream, cof-
fee, or whatever, and sit
and talk with our veterans.
That’s what giving back is
all about.”
Local Rolling
Thunder mem-
bers ride in
a Manistee
parade.
Rolling Thunder members Calvin Murphy (left) and R.D. Morehouse sit with
“Diva,” as Stocki addresses a crowd at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans,
formerly known as the “Old Soldiers Home,” founded shortly after the Civil War.
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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
SATURDAY, NOV. 20
The Manistee County •
Friends of the Library
Book Sale,10 a.m. -3
p.m. in the Little Red
House behind the
Main Library on 95
Maple Street.
Manistee Moose •
Lodge, BBQ Chicken
Dinner, 5-7:30 p.m.
First Congrega- •
tional Church Annual
Heritage Bazaar, 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Corner of
Fourth and Oak St.
Craft Show, 10 a.m.-4 •
p.m. & Chili Cookoff,
11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oneka-
ma School Cafeteria.
SUNDAY, NOV. 21
Kaleva Lions Club •
Pancake Breakfast
8:00 a.m. to 12 Noon;
Kaleva Lions Den.
Free Coffee Devo- •
tion, “Open Door” led
by Lay leader Paco
Theisen & leader Mar-
ilyn Meteer, Stafono’s,
3 p.m. (an outreach of
the United Methodist
Church)
AA meetings daily, •
Manistee/Mason coun-
ties. Call (231)864-
4464 for times/ loca-
tion.
Manistee Moose •
Lodge, Potato Pan-
cake Breakfast, 8:30
a.m.-12 Noon.
St. Joseph Civic Club •
Fall Dinner, 11:30a.m.-
1:30p.m., 183 Ninth
St., Manistee
MONDAY, NOV. 22
AA meetings daily, •
Manistee/Mason coun-
ties. (231)864-4464
for times/ location.
TOPS 528, weigh-in •
3:45 p.m. until time of
meeting, 4:30 p.m.,
First Baptist Church,
Lakeshore Rd.
Manistee County Vet- •
erans Counselor, Beth
Yeack, Veterans office,
court house, 9 a.m.-3
p.m., 398-3587, call
for appointment
Manistee Commu- •
nity Band Concert
- 7:30p.m., MHS
Auditorium.
TUESDAY, NOV. 23
Grad Bash meeting, 7 •
p.m. at MHS in office
conference room.
DAV service officers •
will process VA claims
and other veterans’/
dependants needs.
10 a.m.-1 p.m., VFW
1121 28th, Manistee,
723-9220 walk-ins
welcome, call for ap-
pointment.
Ms. B. Matzen Dis- •
abled Veterans Out-
reach Worker (DVOW)
Manistee office, 9
a.m.-4 p.m., 1660
U.S.31 South Man-
istee
Community Table, •
5:30-7 p.m.; St. Jo-
seph Parish Center.
Lighthouse Pregnancy •
Care Center, open
9 a.m.-4 p.m.; 234
Parkdale Avenue,
Manistee
Manistee County Li- •
brary Board Meeting,
4:30pm, upstairs at
the main library. Public
is welcome to attend.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24
T.O.P.S. support group •
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.;
E.U.M. Church, High-
bridge Rd., Brethren.
AA meetings daily, •
Manistee/Mason coun-
ties. (231)864-4464
for times/ location.
Bible Study, 7:15 p.m., •
Music House, call
(2313)723-2744
O.A.(Overeaters •
Anonymous) meeting
7 p.m.; Good Shep-
herd Lutheran Church,
521 Cypress St.,
Manistee, 723-2883
Al-Anon meeting, Bear •
Lake-Lions Club Den,
US 31 in center of vil-
lage, 8 p.m.
TOPS 1801 MEET- •
ING 11 a.m.-12 noon,
First Baptist Church,
1201 Lakeshore Rd.,
Manistee
VFW service officers •
will process VA claims
and any other veter-
an’s/dependant needs,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., 1211
28th St Manistee,
723-9220, call for an
appointment.
VFW service officer •
will process VA claims
and any other veter-
an’s/dependant needs,
10 a.m.-2 p.m., 13300
9 Mile Rd KALEVA,
(231)362-3229
Manistee Kiwanis •
Regular Meeting 7
to 8 a.m.; House of
Flavors
Library Children’s •
Room Mural Dedica-
tion Manistee County
Library, 1p.m.
6Class 6
VFW 4499 Ladies Auxiliary
Annual Christmas Bazaar
Saturday, Nov. 27, 10am-4pm
1211 28th St., Manistee
To Reserve a Table Call
Marie Konicki 723-3476
Lunch Available
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CITY OF MANISTEE HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION
MEETING/WORKSESSION DATES - 2011
The Manistee City Historic District Commission generally hold
their regular business meetings on the first Thursday of each
month. These meetings will be held in Council Chambers, City
Hall, 70 Maple Street, Manistee Michigan at 3:00 p.m. as follows:
January 6, 2011 February 3, 2011 March 3, 2011
April 7, 2011 May 5, 2011 June 2, 2011
July 7, 2011 August 4, 2011 September 1, 2011
October 6, 2011 November 3, 2011 December 1, 2011
Jon R. Rose, Community Development Director
CITY OF MANISTEE PLANNING COMMISSION
MEETING/WORKSESSION DATES - 2011
The Manistee City Planning Commission generally hold their regu-
lar business meetings on the first Thursday of each month. These
meetings and worksessions will be held in Council Chambers, City
Hall, 70 Maple Street, Manistee Michigan at 7:00 p.m.
MEETINGS 7:00 P.M. WORKSESSIONS 7:00 P.M.
January 6, 2011 January 20, 2011
February 3, 2011 February 17, 2011
March 3, 2011 March 17, 2011
April 7, 2011 April 21, 2011
May 5, 2011 May 19, 2011
June 2, 2011 No Worksession
July 7, 2011 No Worksession
August 4, 2011 No Worksession
September 1, 2011 September 15, 2011
October 6, 2011 October 20, 2011
November 3, 2011 November 17, 2011
December 1, 2011 No Worksession
Jon R. Rose, Community Development Director
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160 Real Estate
PUBLISHER’S NOTICE
All real estate advertising in this news-
paper is subject to the Fair Housing Act
which makes it illegal to advertise
“Any preference, limitation or discrim-
ination based on race, color, religion,
sex, handicap, familial status or nation-
al origin, or an intention, to make any
such preference, limitation or discrim-
ination.” Familial status includes chil-
dren under the age of 18 living with par-
ents or legal custodians, pregnant
women and people securing custody
of children under 18.
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the law. Our read-
ers are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal opportunity
basis.
To complain of discrimination,
call HUD toll-free at 1(800)669-
9777.
The toll-free telephone
number for the hearing
impaired is
1(800)927-9275
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lab/hound mix puppy; ADOBE: 3 year old male Doberman; RAVEN:
5 year old female chow/retriever mix-urgent!; BELLA: 3 year old
female chocolate lab mix-urgent!; AND MANY, MANY MORE!!
★★★★★★★★★★★★★★
We have extended the special adoption fees on our cats and kittens
until the end of the year! Adopt any spayed/neutered cat or kitten for
only $40 or adopt any unaltered cat or kitten for only $10 (plus the refund-
able $50 spay/neuter deposit). Our cages are packed full of lovable,
furry felines just waiting to come home with you! We have cats and kit-
tens of all ages and colors, so you are almost sure to find the purrfect
new friend!
www.petfinder.com (search by zip code 49660)
231-723-PETS (7387)
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Sell $695. Can Deliver 989-832-
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category are working with a licensed
adoption agency.
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inal Plastic. Includes Deluxe Frame.
Cost $1,499, Sell for $475. 989-
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Ph. 1-800-783-0267
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and shopping guides reaching the
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tising can be delivered weekly to
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ed standards of taste. However, this
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antee the accuracy of any advertise-
ment, nor the quality of the goods or
services advertised. Readers are
cautioned to thoroughly investigate
all claims made in any advertise-
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and reasonable care, particularly
when dealing with persons unknown
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7Class/AYS
9178 Chippewa Hwy.
(US-31) • Bear Lake
Call us for FREE ESTIMATES
Custom Built Vinyl Windows
Sales & Installation
889-4565
800-811-2881
ONE WEEK
JEWELRY REPAIR
Repaired locally
Sterling - Gold - Platinum
New Designs - Buying Gold
Northern Spirits
Tuesdays 11 am - 5:30 pm
Downtown Manistee
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Gold Smith - Diamond Grader
Steven Blank
231-723-6369
www.untarnishedjewelry.com
Commercial & Residential New Construction & Maintenance
Loader/Back Hoe & Boom Truck Services Available
Pole Barns-Garages- Additions-Decks
Hardwood Floor Installation
Sanding & Refinishing
For more info or estimates
Please Call Lee
231-757-3031 or 231-920-6199
PI ZANA
C O N S T R U C T I O N
Licensed Residential Builder
Heating • Cooling
Refrigeration
Appliance Repair
Professional
Duct Cleaning
MANISTEE – LUDINGTON
843-3575
www.premier247.com
DYLAN'S SATELLITE
ANTENNA SERVICE
• FREE HD for life
• $15 OFF any package for 1 year
• FREE DVR upgrade
• Signing Bonus
CALL 1-800-276-1028
OR 231-889-3737
All prices, packages and programming
subject to change without notice.
Advanced Foot & Ankle Centers
www. advancedf oot - ankl ecent ers. com
Foot & Ankle Care Close to Home
Kristopher
Krannitz, DPM
AACFAS
1400 East Parkdale Ave, Suite 4
Manistee (Across from the Hospital)
231-398-1846
398-3318 or 425-0245
HEBREWS 13:2
Monday - Friday 11 - 5 • Saturday by Appt.
Computer Cutter-Border Design is a Photo Copy of Actual mat!
at 333 River St • Manistee
ELAINE’S FRAMING
WHEELER’S
SALES & SERVICE
We Do Small Engine
Repairs & Sales
Need Parts?
Come See Us!
11455 Milarch Rd. • Bear Lake
231-889-0106
WE’LL SHARPEN
YOUR CHAINSAW.
WE SELL NEW
CHAINS TOO!!
We carry
snow throwers
Earth Friendly Dry Cleaning
and Laundry Services
Alterations and Repairs
American
Cleaners
285 River St.
Manistee
231.723.4633
Fax 231.723.4907
Byron Joseph, Owner
“Manistee’s Favorite Tailor”
What are you waiting for? Check out
the Classifieds and spice up your life
with a new job! Don’t miss your
chance to find that dream job.
175 Maple Street
Manistee • 723-3592
Dave Yarnell/News Advocate
Margo Plamondon (left) presents a $225 check from her pinochle group to
Pauline Jaquish to be used to send packages to military personnel stationed
around the world. Jaquish and her partner Gloria Edwards operate a troops pack-
ages program with the support of the Bear Lake Promoters. So far they have sent
725 packages to soldiers around the world.
A blue Christmas — red,
white and blue, that is
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Limited Time - Added Value Package
FREE Bed Frame - $79.99 Value
FREE Tempur-Pedi Neck Pillow - $99.99 Value
FREE Financing - $149.00 Value
FREE Delivery and Set-up - $59.00 Value
All Together equals a $386.99 SAVINGS
1-877-845-1820 • 845-1800
WEST US-10, LUDINGTON
(Across from LOWES)
1-888-723-8390 • 723-8391
US-31 NORTH, MANISTEE
(Across from the hospital)
“Mattress Outlet”
*Minimum purchase required
“90 Night
Total
Satisfaction
Guarantee”
“Nobody Sells Tempur-Pedic for Less”
*See Store for Details
1-888-723-8390
723-8391
US-31 NORTH, MANISTEE
(Across from the hospital)
*Minimum purchase required
* See Store for Details
Take time to browse thru
this special edition
and see the great
opportunities to
do your holiday
shopping right
here at home.
• Special money
savings offers
• Gift giving ideas
• Free gift wrapping
• Holiday Events
• Special Gift Items
• Holiday Greetings
All this and more in your
local hometown.
THE MANISTEE
NEWS ADVOCATE
Annual Holiday Edition
Coming Wednesday, November 24th
ONE LUCKY WINNER WILL
WIN A TRIP FOR 2!
All retailed tractor purchases of
a New TYM tractor between
Oct. 1st - Dec. 31st 2010
will be entered into a
Grand Prize Vacation
Drawing (value $10,000)
WEST COAST
FARM SERVICE
7768 Chippewa Hwy. Kaleva
FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT US AT (231) 889-3530
OR EMAIL US AT wcfs1@jackpine.net
* Subject to credit approval. Promotion End December 31, 2010.
See your local Tym Dealer for details.
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