November 5 2009

Classifieds — November 5, 2009

November 5, 2009 // 0 Comments

FOR SALE Mattresses: R.C.D. Direct Wholesale at 1803 Plainfield NE will beat any Corsicanna dealer’s price. See store for details or call (616) 682-4767. p48 ______________________ Mattresses: All new sets. Twin $100, full $125, queen $150, king $195; pillowtops $190, full $170. Call (616) 293-5188 or (616) 293-6160. p48 ______________________ Memory Foam Mattress helps relieve back pain! Never used. Queen $595, king $695. Call (616) 293-5188 or (616) 293-6160. p48 ______________________ ANTIQUES Antique Victorian desk, 5 ft. tall, 4-1/2 ft. wide and 2-1/2 ft. deep, $775. Call (616) 866-1478 and leave a message. ftfn ______________________               FOR RENT Cedar Springs ground floor efficiency apartment. Has a bedroom area, kitchenette, living room space, and one full bath. Rent is $485 per month and INCLUDES ALL UTILITIES. Call (616) 862-3212 for more information. b46cp ______________________ Downtown Rockford—two bedrooms, spacious. No smoking, no pets. Includes all utilities. (616) 866-1554. b45cp ______________________ A spacious one-bedroom ground-floor apt. located in beautiful and quiet Victorian home at 110 N. Park Street, Cedar Springs. All utilities and trash pick-up included. $650 per month, no smoking or pets. (616) 696-9393. b45cp ______________________ Perfect for one person, charming upstairs studio apt. in beautiful and quiet Victorian home, located at 64 E. Maple, Cedar Springs. $475/mo. includes all utilities, trash pick-up and snow removal. Laundry room on location. No smoking or pets. (616) 696-9393. b45cp ______________________ Spacious upstairs 2-bedroom apt. in beautiful and quiet Victorian home, located at 110 N. Park, Cedar Springs. Laundry room on location. One-stall garage included. $675/mo. No pets, no smoking. (616) 696-9393. b45cp ______________________ PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act and the Michigan Civil Rights Act which collectively make it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, national origin, age or marital status, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents 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 advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. […]

Rockford Rotary welcomes new members

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Rotarian Pete Kruer gives new Rotarian Don Kurylowicz a warm welcome. Rockford Rotary is a service organization that meets weekly at the Rockford Community Cabin, 220 N. Monroe Street, Tuesdays at noon. Business people who are interested in finding out more about the club are always welcome to visit.

Woman killed by trailer disconnected from van

November 5, 2009 // 0 Comments

A Grattan Township woman was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident on Ten Mile Road on Wednesday, October 28. Forty-six-year-old Toni Hall died when a trailer which appeared homemade came loose from the van towing it and struck her vehicle. The incident happened around 9:15 a.m. on Ten Mile Road between Je Ne Be Drive and Brower Lake Road. The trailer apparently became airborne after disconnecting with the van towing it, flew over the car in front of Hall’s and struck Hall’s SUV in the windshield. It was reported the tongue of the trailer hit both driver and passenger in the car. Thomas Dells, 58, of Rockford, was the driver of the van towing the trailer. Kathleen Rahe, a resident of the area, was driving the same route just prior to the accident while taking her children to school. She said at about 9 a.m. the passed the place where the accident would happen and was returning home when she saw rescue vehicles on the scene. “I feel sorry for the guy in a way, but there is a victim involved here,” Rahe said. “There are supposed to be chains as a backup. A few minutes earlier I was going in the same direction half an hour earlier with my kid. It could have been us.” After the collision Hall’s vehicle rolled several times. Her passenger, 39-year-old Debra Carter, was injured.

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