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When Bethel residents head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3, they’ll find a blank ballot for the open seats on village council. The Clermont County Board of Elections has disqualified Bethel Village Council member Alan Ausman from running for re-election, leaving four open council seats without anyone officially on the ballot. Clermont County Board of Elections Director Judy Miller said Ausman was disqualified because

he didn’t have enough valid signatures on his petition. “After he had completed one page of signatures, he got an additional voter to sign but didn’t change the number of signatures he witnessed so that disqualified that part of the petition and without that part, he didn’t have enough overall signatures,” Miller said. Miller also said Ausman will not be able to run as a write-in candidate. “Since he already declared once, that would be like filing for the same office twice, which is

prohibited by Ohio Revised Code,” she said. Ausman said he was disappointed, but would continue to be involved with the village in other capacities. “I’m disappointed about not being able to stick around and solve some of the problems that are coming our way,” he said. “I know the people who are coming in love the village just as much as I do and that they’ll do what’s necessary to keep the village sustained.” Current council member Donna Gunn along with Bethel residents

Mary Daugherty, Priscilla Johnson and Janice Ireton have filed to run as write-in candidates. “The difference between writein candidates and normal candidates is their names will not be printed on the ballot,” Miller said. “We will have a list of those candidates with the poll workers, but voters will have to ask to see who the write-in candidates are.” Not having anyone on the ballot is rare, Miller said. “For some reason there was not a lot of interest with people in running for Bethel Village Council,” she said.

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Are you a candidate for election this fall? If you’d like to be included in the Community Journal’s election coverage, we need your help gathering e-mail addresses. E-mail your name and office sought to Editor Theresa L. Herron at therron@communitypress.com. Look for at page A4 for information about the seven Felicity-Franklin board of education candidates.

VA has new Clermont facility

The Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic in Clermont County has a new home. The new clinic opened Sept. 1 with twice the space as the one located on Ferguson Road and plenty of room to grow. “(The Cincinnati VA) serves 17 counties and, out of those, Clermont County is our largest service to veterans,” said Todd Sledge, public affairs officer with the Cincinnati VA. “As this area continued to grow, we continued to expand our services ... But we just ran out of real estate.” FULL STORY, A4

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The Bethel-Tate High School Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during the football game Friday night. From row, from left: Brooke Kenneda, Hilary Larbes, Hayley Rose, Emily Vanderpool, Maddie Davis, Sabrina Selm, Mackenzie Moorehead, Katie Kilgore, and Sarah Eubanks. Back row, from left: Logan Stephens, Tyler Bullock, Spencer Sutter, David Willenbrink, Billy Sipos, Tyler Calhoun, Louie Schaljo, Cameron Roberts, Mitchell Hodge, and Harrison Hobart.

Bethel-Tate homecoming is Friday The Bethel-Tate High School homecoming court was announced Friday, Sept. 11. The court will be participate in the Homecoming Parade, which will start at 6 p.m. at Bethel-Tate Middle School and will be presented during half-time of the varsity football game, which starts at

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The homecoming queen candidates are: Maddie Davis, Mackenzie Moorehead, Sabrina Selm, Krista Sloan (not pictured) and Emily Vanderpool. Homecoming King candidates are Tyler Calhoun, Louie Schaljo, Billy Sipos, Spencer Sutter and David Willenbrink.

Homecoming Queen escorts are, Tyler Bullock, Harrison Hobart, Mitchell Hodge, Cameron Roberts and Logan Stephens. Homecoming King escorts are Sarah Eubanks, Brooke Kenneda, Katie Kilgore, Hilary Larbes and Hayley Rose.

Felicity boosters event helps with sports By Kellie Geist kgeist@communitypress.com

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7:30 p.m., against Christian Landmark. The king and queen will be crowned during half-time. The homecoming dance will be from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the high school. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door.

The members of the FelicityFranklin Local School District athletic boosters, FUNd for the KIDS, are hoping the community will join them for the Cardinal Ball to help raise money to support district athletics. “The district is having to cut back on the sports at the school and we feel like sports are important thing to these kids ... I’m a firm believer in extra-curriculars, I think it’s an incentive for kids to do better academically. They’ll work harder to keep their grades

up if they want to play basketball,” said Janet Blackburn, boosters and Cardinal Ball committee member. The Cardinal Ball will start at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in the Felicity-Franklin Cafetorium, 415 Washington St. The evening will feature a $3,500 reverse raffle, a steak or chicken and rib dinner and musical entertainment. Recommended dress is dress-casual and all proceeds will go to the athletic fund. Tickets for the ball can be purchased at Felicity Riverhills Bank or from Janet Blackburn at 375-2323. You must be 18 or older to purchase

a ticket or attend the event. No more than 200 raffle tickets and 200 companion tickets will be sold. Raffle tickets are $100 and a raffle ticket and companion ticket are $125. The deadline to buy tickets is Friday, Sept. 11, because the boosters have to send a final number to the caterer. However, a few additional tickets can be sold after the deadline. All tickets include dinner, but the companion ticket is not included in the raffle. In addition to the reverse raffle, the group will be raffling off prizes donated by area businesses. “We’re just hoping to raise as

much as we can,” Blackburn said. “The response has been decent so far, but we still have tickets to sell ... We’re hoping to make this an annual event.” The boosters were created last year to help save the freshman basketball team, which the district was going to cut to balance the budget. This year, the district discussed eliminating seventh-grade boys and girls basketball to stay within the budget. However, the school board said they would keep these teams if the booster club could raise enough donations, Superintendent Glenn Moore said.

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Free concert

BETHEL – The Lions Club is sponsoring a free concert in the Burke Park Pavillion at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. featuring the Kinner Express band. Bring your lawn chairs and come out and enjoy an evening in the park.

Fatal crash

BETHEL – The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating a single vehicle crash that killed the driver and his passenger. The crash occurred at 9:17 p.m. Sept. 11 on Ohio 232 about 5 miles south of Bethel. Preliminary investigation revealed that James Koehler Jr., 23, of New Richmond, was driving a 1994 black Dodge truck, headed west on Ohio 232. Koehler accelerated quickly after turning onto Ohio 232 losing control of his vehicle driving off the left side

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of the roadway striking a tree. The passenger was James B. Keller, 23, of Felicity, also was killed in the crash. Alcohol and/or drugs do not appear to have been a factor in the crash. This brings the total of fatalities in Clermont County in 2009 to five crashes with six killed.

with a chemical imbalance/ brain disorder/mental illness such as listed above. Classes are 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, to Dec. 8 at the Clermont County Mental Health & Recovery Board Conference Room, 1088 Wasserman Way, Suite B, Batavia. Registration is required. Call 732-5419 to register. Visit www.nami-cc.org for information about this and other NAMI programs.

Family to family

BATAVIA – Have you ever felt tired, sad, frustrated, angry, and/or powerless because your relative has a mental illness such as: Major depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder and/or dual diagnosis? Then this is the class for you. The 12-week Family to Family Education Course is free for family members, partners and friends of individuals

Road closed

WASHINGTON TWP. – The Clermont County Engineer’s Office closed a portion of Fruit Ridge Road, near Myers Road, in Washington Township for a culvert replacement beginning Monday, Sept. 14. The roadway is scheduled to reopen Friday, Sept. 18. Traffic will be rerouted along Ohio 756 and Ohio 743. For more information, contact the Engineer’s Office at 732-8857.

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CLERMONT COUNTY – The commissioners proclaimed Friday, Sept. 11, as Patriot Day, marking the eighth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America. “Today, we see the virtue of the Sept. 11 heroes in our military personnel,” reads the

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will be “Antarctica, The Seventh Continent.” Ron visited Antarctica in December 2008. He will show slides of the land and its penguins. The meeting is free and open to the public.

Candidates forum

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BETHEL – The Quin-T Democrat Club is sponsoring a Candidates Forum as part of the annual fall dinner beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, at Grant Career Center, 718 W. Plane St. in Bethel. The forum will feature the three candidates who have announced in the Ohio 2nd Congressional District Democratic Primary: Todd Book, David Krikorian and Jim Parker. The social hour begins at 6 p.m. with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 each. Make reservations by Sept. 25 by calling 553-4766 or 553-2446. For information, e-mail: grdennison@roadrunner.com.

BETHEL – The Old Bethel M.E. Church Historical Society will host a Homecoming Service at the church building at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27. The program of music by the Express is being planned. Light refreshments will be served following the program. The church is located on the south side of the East Fork State Park just north of Bantam. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Fewer fatalities

CLERMONT COUNTY – Safe Communities reports that, as of Sept. 8, four fatalities have happened in Clermont County during 2009. This number is compared to 20 in the same time period in 2008 and seven in 2007. Safe Communities also reports that a recent seat belt survey, conducted in June, shows an average of 74.6 percent of Clermont County residents wear their seat belts. This is compared to 77 percent during the same time in 2008. Safe Communities staff asks everyone to buckle up and save lives. Call 735-8409 for more information.

September meeting

The September meeting of the Clermont County Historical Society will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, at Clermont College, Batavia. The featured speaker will be Ron Hill. His presentation will be “Antarctica, the Seventh Continent.” Hill visited Antarctica in December 2008 and will share his pictures of the continent and penguins. The meeting is open to the public.

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Learn about Antartica

BATAVIA – The Clermont County Historical Society will meet at 7:30 Friday, Sept. 18, in room S143, at UC Clermont College, 4200 Clermont College Drive in Batavia. The featured speaker will be Ron Hill. His presentation

History display

The Clermont County Collaborative of Historical Orga-

nizations and the Clermont County commissioners have a joint project on Clermont County History. The commissioners installed a display case in the lobby of the administration building, 101 E. Main St. in Batavia. Each month a different Clermont County historical organization will have a display on county history. For the month of September, the Monroe Township Historical Society will have a display. The display is open to the public free of charge during the regular hours of the Administration building.

Prostrate screening

BATAVIA – Men who are age 40 years and older are encouraged to have an annual prostate exam to help provide early detection of prostate cancer, the most common form of cancer found in men. In support of this cause, and in recognition of September as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Mercy Hospital Clermont is offering Prostate Cancer Screenings from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, at its campus, 3000 Hospital Drive in Batavia. Hari Kothegal, MD, a board-certified urologist on the Mercy Clermont medical staff, is providing the screenings. They will consist of a Digital Rectal Exam (DRE) and Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) blood test. The cost for the screening is $10. The Prostate Cancer Screenings will be held in the Specialized Services Department at the hospital and are provided by appointment only. To schedule an appointment for a Prostate Cancer Screening at Mercy Hospital Clermont, call 95-Mercy (9563729).

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Seven running for Felicity BOE the financial situation? 2. What are the major issues you would like to see addressed in the FelicityFranklin School District? 3. What strengths would you bring to the elected position?

Seven candidates have filed for the three open seats on the Felicity-Franklin Board of Education. They were asked, via email, to tell readers a little about themselves and why the voters of the school district should select them as a representative. Here’s what we asked and here’s what they had to say:

Candidates Jen Hall did not submit her answers and Donald Woodall did not return calls.

Questions: 1. It’s clear that every community is struggling financially, and the state budget doesn’t do much to alleviate the strain. What do you think are the priorities for the Felicity-Franklin Local School District and what are your solutions to

Chris Smith 1. To provide the best education possible for the kids. At this time, everyone, including the school employees and parents, are working together, volunteering, to provide the best education during this financial hardship.

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Mary Ann Belt 1. I would hope that every candidate, board member and district employee would share the same main priority – for every child to be able to receive the best education we can provide to them. As far as my solution to our financial situation, I am waiting on financial information that I have requested from our treasurer, Mr. Napier. I have requested to view the salaries of all employees for the past five years, to include all pay increases for the past two years, requisitions for purchases and pending purchases for all three schools and the administration for the past two years. After I receive the infor-

mation and review it, I hope to be able to answer the question. I can honestly say no matter which candidate is elected there is a very rough road ahead of them. It is time to tighten the belt and start a new beginning for our future.

Aaron Taylor 1. The priorities of a school board member representing the Felicity-Franklin Local School District revolve around the children. Every child should be given an opportunity to succeed in life and that starts with a quality educational program which is the foundation for such success. With the understanding that a quality education is the main priority, all the other priorities easily fall into place. Other such priorities are: Setting educational goals, establishing school policy based upon the community’s values, fiscal restraint and responsibility while providing a quality education (i.e. balancing the budget), representation of the local citizens who elected its board members, increased transparency by informing the public about the progress and needs of the district along with obtaining and weighing public opinion as it affects the district and holding the superintendent and treasurer responsible for managing the school in accordance with the board’s policies. Before offering solutions to any problem, research and due diligence are need-

ed. I have taken the time to educate myself to understand the issues our district currently faces. I believe after analyzing the school’s five-year financial forecast in detail, attending numerous school board meetings, speaking with school treasurers, superintendents and board members within the school district and/or outside this district, that I have a firm grasp of the current financial situation. I have addressed the school board numerous times about the lack of fiscal discipline it has and currently is displaying regarding the school’s budget deficit. For example, the financial forecast for this year prepared by the treasurer projects a $640,587 deficit (shortfall). This shortfall will cut into the cash balance of the school’s finances taking the cash balance down to $854,387 by the end of the current school year. At this pace, the school is projected to run out of money during the 2011-2012 school year. Cost savings or revenue enhancement measures would need to be in place before this occurs or more drastic cuts will occur. There are numerous cost savings and revenue enhancement techniques that should be considered but no specific one by itself will fill the current shortfall. It must be a combination of cost savings and/or revenue enhancement ideas that will close the existing budget gap. When considering and ultimately making those deci-

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This election season, to make sure every race for township trustee, village council, school board and city council is covered, the Community Press will place one question and answer from each candidate in the paper. Readers are asked to see all questions and answers of the Felicity Local School District Board of Education candidates at Cincinnati.com/felicity or Cincinnati.com/franklintownship. sions regarding the school’s finances, one must remain true to the school’s core philosophy of providing a quality educational program and the impact those decisions might have. My 15 years of financial experience which includes financial forecasting and analyzing financial statements make me well prepared to represent the community in helping solve the current financial crisis facing the FFLSD. Laura Lowe 1. I believe that overall there is one main priority, and that is the quality of our children’s education, as measured by the following four items: 1. Adaptability of our curricula to the national economy. a. Developing our children to compete and succeed in not only the local or state, but also the national arena. b. Fostering in our children the awareness of what impact our daily decisions have on the environment, through potential new environmental education resources. 2. Effectiveness of our teachers and staff. a. Maintaining a healthy teacher-to-student ratio in the classrooms. b. Introducing some sort of recognition system for our most effective and engaged teachers. This system truly would best serve our children. c. Creating a unique learning process that encourages more involvement from parents and the community. As children enjoy hands-on learning, it would not take too much effort from our parents or local businesses to come in with real-life projects/problems to the various classrooms, and allow the students to formulate their own answers or ideas. This exercise can reinforce what kids are learning at that time in their studies. I know from personal experience that all it takes to make a difference in a classroom is about one hour per week. The ability a volunteer has to truly engage our children is amazing and this all helps take some strain off the teachers for a short while, allowing them to recharge and remain effective. Again, a unique process that would encourage this kind of community participation could be implemented with little to no funding necessary from the district. 3. Quality of the learning environment. a. While some items indeed must be cut due to budget constraints, we must remember the importance of keeping our kids healthy, safe and active. b. There are indeed ways that buildings can be kept clean, but a tad differently, and safer, than to what we are accustomed. c. The learning environ-

ment ... our buildings ... also possess some possible areas able to become more energy efficient. By being proactive in this arena, there are potential grants available for modernization of public school facilities, as well as intuitive ideas that couple facility modernization with a different approach to school lunches. 4. Our district report card. The Felicity-Franklin Local School District has come a long way since we moved here about 10 years ago. The district carried an academic emergency rating, and although we did yet not have children, we were still concerned about their future education. The district rating progressed, and as our three children reached school-age, I chose to get involved and do my part to even better the effective rating that the district had then carried for a number of years. The goal of my involvement with the reading program in the elementary school during the past four years has been to foster in our children the pleasure of reading at a young age, which will hopefully translate into better overall test scores on future achievement tests. I made my decision to run for school board when our district report card of continuous improvement was issued for the 20072008 school year. I felt that my outside business experience could help the school board and allow me to play a bigger part in our children’s education. Now with the great news of our new excellent rating, I am eager to continue my involvement and foster the process that has started to maintain that excellent rating. Teresa Battista 1. The number one priority for the Felicity-Franklin Local School District should always be the students. Anything that addresses the needs of the students is a priority. This includes providing whatever resources teachers and students need to improve learning, hiring the best staff available, involving parents and other caregivers in their children’s education, and providing a safe and secure learning environment. Good decision making is the best solution to solving the financial situation. Decisions must be made based on what is good for the students. We must use the resources we have available to their greatest advantage. Priorities have to be set. Spending has to be cut. Attention must be paid to getting the best deal on supplies and services while not sacrificing quality. We need to apply for any grants that we are eligible for. At times like this, creativity becomes important. We need to listen to any and all ideas and suggestions people have to save money and to stretch the money we have.


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VA has new Clermont Co. location By Kellie Geist kgeist@communitypress.com

The Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic in Clermont County has a new home. The new clinic opened Sept. 1 with twice the space as the one located on Ferguson Road and plenty of room to grow. “(The Cincinnati VA) serves 17 counties and, out of those, Clermont County is our largest service to veterans,” said Todd Sledge, public affairs officer with the Cincinnati VA. “As this area continued to grow, we continued to expand our services ... But we just ran out of real estate.” The new clinic is at the corner of Ohio 32 and Beechwood Road (across from the Roy Roger’s) on what used to be Bells Lake. The clinic on Ferguson Road is closed. “This new office will help us be able to keep up with the ever growing population of veterans in Clermont County,” Sledge said. The Cincinnati VA operates five outpatient clinics and one satellite clinic. Of those, the new Clermont clinic is the largest. There

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Christine Royer, a veteran and employee, checks a patient into the new Veterans Outpatient Clinic Clermont, which is located at the corner of Ohio 32 and Beechwood Road. This facility replaces the old clinic on Ferguson Road. are currently four primary care physicians at the clinic and space for three more. The clinic also houses mental health care providers, pediatrists, optometrists and nutritionists. Community Based Outpatient Clinic Administrator Kim Shockey said they also are hoping to house a cardiologist and dermatologist in the future. While the clinic looks a bit like an urgent care, Shockey said patients do need to schedule an appointment to see a doctor. However, the VA won’t turn

anyone away. Shockey said while the amount of space is a definite benefit for the new facility, the new location and better visibility also is a great change. “At our other location, we were off the main road. It was very hard to find us before,” Shockey said. “The visibility and accessibility here is unbelievable.” In addition to the doctors the clinic houses, the Clermont County Veterans Service Office also has a satellite office at the clinic.

“That office is fully accommodating so we can visit with our veteran service men and women and talk about their benefits,” said Dan Bare, director of the Clermont County Veterans Service Office. “That office is a major benefit because, in many cases, the veteran might not know about us and visa versa ... Having a presence at the clinic is a great fit.” Bare said they currently have a veterans service officer at the clinic one or two days a week. However, they hope to have someone there full-time in the near future. Sledge encouraged all veterans to stop by the clinic or veterans service office to see what type of benefits or service they are eligible for. “We’d like the opportunity to find out how we can serve them and whether they are eligible or not,” Sledge said. “There are more veterans than ever who are eligible because of financial hardships.” While the outpatient clinic is located in Clermont County, any veterans, regardless of where they live, can visit that office.

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Mercy Health recognized for using new technology For the third consecutive year Mercy Health Partners has been named one of the “100 Most Wired Hospitals and Health Systems” in the nation. Ratings recently released by the American Hospital Association through its Hospitals and Health Networks magazine show Mercy is again being recognized as a national leader in effectively applying information technology. The Most Wired Survey and Benchmarking study measures the use of information technology at 1,314 hospitals nationwide. The survey reviewed how hospitals use new technology to address five key areas: Safety and quality, customer service, business processes, workforce and public health. At Mercy Hospital Anderson and Mercy Hospital Clermont, advancements in technology are helping patients every day. The hospitals both provide digital mammography, which is proven to be far more effective in the early detection of breast cancer. Digital imaging provided

through the Picture Archive Communications System also enhances the results from all types of imaging studies, from X-rays to CT scans, helping provide better outcomes for patients. And new technology is being used at the hospitals to improve patient safety in a variety of ways, such as making sure every patient receives the right medication and the right dose, at the right time. “Winning the ‘Most Wired’ award once was a great accomplishment for our organization,” said Patti Schroer, president/CEO of Mercy Hospital Anderson. “To win it three times shows that the technology we are implementing is truly making a difference for our patients and physicians.” Mercy is also beginning to implement a new electronic medical records system that will increase digital connections among all sites and provide better coordinated healthcare; which means safer, higher-quality medical care and more convenient services for patients. For more, visit www.hhnmostwired.com.

Explore county’s land use plan Join the Clermont League of Women Voters for a meeting, free and open to the public, at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, at the Union Township Civic Center to take a look at land use planning. Dave Spinney, Clermont County administrator, will present a program on how the county is managing its land use, important issues

identified in the process and policy recommendations to guide future land use. Spinney has been with Clermont County since 1994, beginning as director of planning and development, before moving into the position of assistant county administrator, interim county administrator and then county administrator.

If you would enjoy this unique opportunity to learn more about the community, meet others with similar interests, and to possibly join the League’s Land Use Study Committee, please plan to attend. To make your reservation, visit www.lwvclermont.com, call 513-8312997, or e-mail mkleinfelter@cinci.rr.com.

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GENERAL ELECTION Tuesday, November 3, 2009

REGISTRATION CLOSES MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2009 (You must be registered by this date to be eligible to vote at the November 3, 2009 General Election)

WHO CAN REGISTER TO VOTE?

• Those who are U.S. Citizens • Those who are 18 years of age on or before November 3, 2009 (Election Day) • Those who have not previously registered in Clermont County

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• Those who have moved within the county and not filed a Change of Address with the Board of Elections • Those who have changed their name and not filed a Change of Name with the Board of Elections

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The Clermont County Board of Elections

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To Request an Absentee Ballot Application, call the Clermont County Board of Elections at (513) 732-7275 or Visit our Website at: www.clermontelections.org

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Board Members: Ric Ferenc, Dave Lane and Paul Campbell Deputy Director: Mike Keeley

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A group of singer/songwriters kept the music flowing while they took turns performing acoustically.

Kathy Ponder, left, Courtney Ponder and Kylee McMullen, all of Eastgate, take a stroll through the Taste of Clermont Saturday, Sept. 12.

Three-year-old Ty Spitzmiller of New Richmond sports his new fireman’s hat at the Taste of Clermont. The Batavia Village Association hosted the sixth annual Taste of Clermont Friday, Sept. 11, Saturday, Sept. 12, and Sunday, Sept. 13.

In addition to food booths, individual sellers and artists also set up shop at the Taste of Clermont. One of those shops was Scentsy seller Amy Harvey. From left are Betty, Nick and Faye Obermeyer of Amelia and Harvey.

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Isabella Huneck of Milford enjoys a pony ride at the Taste of Clermont. From left are Pierre Sheehy, Huneck and Vivian Banchy.

Angela Nix, of Face Painting by Devann’s Way, paints a full-face design onto Leah Sparks of Withamsville.

KELLIE GEIST/STAFF This was the first year the Taste of Clermont was held in the parking lot at Eastgate Mall and event-goers seemed to like open space and new set-up.

Former congressman Rob Portman, part of Team Rob Portman, starts the 100k Sunflower Revolution Ride Sunday, Sept. 13. This was the second year the event was held in Milford.

Sunflower a hit in Milford By Kellie Geist kgeist@communitypress.com

Vendors, performers and visitors flooded Historic Downtown Milford for the first ever Sunflower Streetfest Saturday, Sept. 12. Event-goers could check out booths from people selling everything from hamburgers to concrete garden decor or take a few minutes to be entertained by buskers. “It was a nice, steady crowd all day. It was a good first year,” said Chris Hamm, president of the Historic Milford Association, the organization that sponsored the event. “We tied the festival into the Sunflower Revolution Ride, but I think there were still a lot of people who didn’t know what the festival was ... Next year, it will be

bigger and better.” Following the streetfest, 942 bicycle riders gathered in the city for the Sunflower Revolution Ride, a bicycle ride to benefit and raise awareness for Parkinson’s Disease sponsored by the Davis Phinney Foundation, the University Hospital Foundation and the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute. Mike Abney, the business manager for the Gardner Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute, said he appreciated the help and corporation from the city of Milford and the Historic Milford Association. “It was a great event all weekend,” Abney said. “We really appreciated it.”

Aubrey Davis of Milford was amazed by a leaf-cast fountain one of the vendors was selling at the event.

Bob Carroll of West Chester and Tamara More of Indian Hill get ready for the 100k Sunflower Revolution Ride.

KELLIE GEIST/STAFF Cathy Gatch, of Milford Pottery, shows a group of kids how to make clay pots.

The Historic Milford Association combined the Sunflower Streetfest with Buskerfest this year to help both events thrive. Comedy Magician Paul Presto was a big hit, especially with the kids.


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From left, Felicity-Franklin FFA members Tracey Wheeler, Samantha Manning and Kayla Kelly are all smiles at the recent 2009 Clermont County Royalty Contest interviews just before the fair began in July.

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Senior Culinary Careers student Chelsey Stonerock handles a tray of freshly prepared lunches in preparation for the Sept. 15 opening of the Sports Gallery Restaurant at Grant Career Center.

Career Center Felicity FFA represents Grant restaurant opens Clermont County Community Press Staff Report Three members of the FelicityFranklin FFA chapter participated in the 2009 Clermont County Fair Royalty Contest. Sam Manning, Kayla Kelly and Tracey Wheeler attended the interviews that took place July 19. Manning was chosen to represent the chapter as the 2009 Clermont County Fair Caprine (Goat) Representative. She said she felt being a part of the royalty court was “phenomenal.” She enjoyed participating in the Fun Rodeo which is a event where the royalty plays games with younger 4-H members. One of her favorite activities was the Clermont Derby. During the Clermont Derby, youth used pool noddles to represent horses to ride around the show arena. Manning described the Fun Rodeo as a “blast.” Another event she took part in was the Hog Calling Contest were she demonstrated her best hog call. Manning was glad she got the opportunity to be a member of the 2009 royalty court. Also, Carley Snider was selected as the 2009 Junior Fair Prinecess. Snider is a first-year member of the Felicity-Franklin FFA.

The Culinary Careers Program at Grant Career Center recently announced the opening of the Sports Gallery Restaurant at the center, which will be open to the public on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week. Lunch hours are 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The students have been preparing the menu and practicing cooking skills that will result in meals offered to the public. The menu includes homemade soups, a variety of luncheon salads and specialty sandwiches. The students also will offer daily specials as well as desserts. Food preparation is included in

September is National Preparedness Month

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2009 Junior Fair Princess Carley Snider (center, seated) and 2009 Clermont County Fair Caprine (Goat) Representative Sam Manning (right, seated) smile after the crowning of the 2009 Royalty Court during the recent Clermont County Fair.

Grant Career Center salon opens Seventeen Cosmetology II students from Grant Career Center, supervised by senior instructor Sue Goodman opened their salon for business Sept. 15. Current salon hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The salon offers a wide variety of services, including haircuts, coloring, perms, waxes, facials and manicures. Conditioning treatments, highlights, lowlights, shampoos and sets also are available. Costs range from $1 for a shampoo and $2 for a haircut to $16 for a perm and $30 for a color service. The salon provides students with exposure to clients and with practical experience to help them pass their state boards and prepare for the work world. “Working in the salon gives me practical experience and a chance to perfect my technical skills as well as working with many different people,” said cosmetology senior Christy Smith. “It is a great preparation for my state board exam at the end of the year.”

the student course of study at the career center in the Culinary Careers Program. This program trains students for careers in the hospitality industry including food service, banquets and catering. Grant Career Center’s kitchen is equipped with state-of-the-art cooking equipment and a lab that is designed for student rotation. Perfecting their skills in each area of restaurant operation, students will be able to secure employment as a chef’s helper, cook, pantry worker, sauté cook, server, broiler chef, food production manager or restaurant manager.

Community Press Staff Report The Clermont County commissioners proclaimed September as National Preparedness Month to encourage residents to take simple steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and communities. Preparedness goes beyond smoke detectors, fire drills, dead-bolt locks and extra canned goods in the pantry. This year’s campaign will focus on changing the public’s perception of preparedness and will help citizens understand what it truly means to be prepared. “There are several great resources out there for citizens to utilize in order to create their own emergency preparedness plan,” said Beth Nevel, director of the Clermont Emergency Management Agency. “The Ready campaign is designed to educate and

empower citizens to prepare for and respond to emergencies. You can visit the Web site www.ready.gov or call 1-800-BEREADY to get free materials which will help your family plan ahead in the event of a natural disaster, terrorist attack or other emergency situation.” The Ready campaign, along with the Citizen Corps, work to promote individuals to have an emergency supply kit on-hand, make a family emergency plan, and be informed about the different kinds of threats that may threaten them. The Citizen Corps trains volunteers to become engaged in the community’s preparedness and response efforts. For more information about Citizen Corps, visit the Web site www.clermontcitizencorps.org.

Fundraisers to help with scholarships

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Grant Career Center Cosmetology students Kristen Morgan, left, and Christy Smith get their supplies ready as they prepare for clients in the salon, which opened Sept. 15 at the school. Senior cosmetology students, having worked in the salon during their junior year, enter their senior year experienced and confident. Senior Kristen Moran said she loves working in the salon, creating new looks for the clients. “I like being able to talk to the clients and to make them feel good when they leave,” she said. “It’s like a family reunion, get-

ting reacquainted with the clients,” said Goodman. “I really miss them in the summer and look forward to hearing about their vacations, weddings, etc. I am looking forward to another successful year.” The school is at 718 W. Plane St., Bethel, with the salon entrance in the front of the building. For an appointment, call 734-6222.

To help raise money for the “Let Us Never Forget Scholarships,” two fundraiser are planned: • Jake Sweeney and the Yellow Ribbon Support Center are hosting a fundraiser for “Let Us Never Forget Scholarships” in memory of fallen heroes Saturday, Sept. 26, at 33 Kemper Road. There will have free coffee and donuts at 9 a.m. There also will be lunch served from noon to 2 p.m. for a small cost. Proceeds go for scholarship given in April 2010 in memory of 55 Local Fallen Heroes. Bootsy Collin’s CD “The Fallen Heroes Memorial” will be on sale. Bring snacks for the troops. Yellow Ribbon Support Center (YRSC) will pack them with letters and send them to the troops. YRSC will be selling T-shirts and items to

raise money for postage. • Fantastic Fundraisers are hosting a Let Us Never Forget Scholarship Fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 10, at Matt Maupin Pavilion inside East Fork State Park. There will be a Pig and Keith Maupin Roast. Enjoy roasting Keith Maupin. For a donation you can say what you want. Cornhole is $5 per game and the winner gets half the pot. There also will be hillbilly golf and games for children. Music is provided by Gemini Productions and Terrie Shearer. Bring seating. Vendors may sell their wares for $25 donation for space. The meal cost $7 in advance, $10 at event. For more information, call Erica at 752-4310, June at 8311651 or Jackie at 617-8265.


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This week in soccer

• Bethel-Tate High School boys shut out Felicity High School 7-0, Sept. 10. BethelTate advances to 6-0 with the win. Felicity falls to 0-4 with the loss. Billy Sipos scored two goals, Logan Stephens scored three and Jacob Fischer and Alex King each scored one. Bethel’s Poe made six saves. • Bethel-Tate girls beat Felicity 2-1, Sept. 10. Shelby Church and Andi Lanigan scored Bethel’s two goals. Bethel advances to 3-3 with the win.

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• Bethel-Tate High School girls defeated Fayetteville 2515, 25-23, 19-25, 23-25, 2018, Sept. 9. • Bethel-Tate High School defeated New Richmond 2931, 25-14, 25-22, 13-25, 15-8, Sept. 10.

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Bethel nearly upsets conference favorite By Adam Turer

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The Bethel-Tate Tigers nearly pulled off an earlyseason upset of the favorite to win the Southern Buckeye Conference this year. The Tigers built a 13-0 halftime lead, but could not hold off a second-half surge by New Richmond. The Lions came back for a 2813 victory. “We came out aggressive and took advantage of every opportunity they gave us,” Bethel-Tate head coach Clint Kirker said. The Tigers used a bit of trickery to get on the board first. Running back Kameron Wilson completed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Garrett Lang to start the scoring after a scoreless first quarter. Later in the quarter, Tigers quarterback David Willenbrink hooked up with Spencer Sutter for 77-yard touchdown pass. The Tigers defense played extremely well in the first half. “We worked all week on our assignments and our

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Brian Myers of Bethel almost makes the interception on a pass intended for Brian Mazzaro of New Richmond.

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Mike Maupin of New Richmond tires to turn the corner on the Bethel defense.

Loveland 24, McNicholas 8

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The New Richmond defenders pile on Bethel running back Brian Myers. tackling,” Kirker said. “We did a good job in the first half.” The Tigers were fired up and the home crowd was

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Tigers come out strong in loss

• Felicity-Franklin High School girls beat Goshen High School 3-2, Sept. 3. Felicity advances to 1-5 with the win. In singles, Felicity’s White beat A. Hulsneyer 6-3, 7-5; H. Hulsneyer defeated Nocklie 6-2, 2-6, 6-3. Felicity won one singles match by forfeit. In doubles, Felicity’s Cumby and Tatman defeated Poff and Neader 6-1, 6-2. • Bethel-Tate High School girls beat Batavia 3-2, Sept. 3 In singles, Bethel’s Cundiff beat Woodruff 6-0, 6-1; Davidson defeated Wallace 60, 6-0; in doubles, Bethel’s Duagherty and RInehart defeated Bare and Simmons 6-1, 6-4.

• Bethel-Tate High School’s Matt Ziggas shot 1 over par 37 on the front nine at Deer Track, Sept. 3, helping his team beat Goshen High School 155-182. • Bethel-Tate’s Eric Brown shot a 5 over par 40 on the back nine at Elks Run, Sept. 9, helping his team beat Batavia High School 179-191. Bethel advances to 9-4 with the win. • Bethel Tate boys won the SBC American Tournament at Deer Track, Sept. 10, with 151 points. Bethel’s Zach Stiers shot 1 under par 35. Western Brown was second with 176, Goshen thurd with 184, New Richmond fourth with 191, Clermont Northeastern fifth with 220.

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Mitchell Hodge of Bethel tries to muscle New Richmond quarterback Garrett Myers out of bounds.

energized at halftime. The coaches knew that New Richmond would not go down quietly. “We talked at halftime and we knew they were going to come at us in the second half,” said Kirker. The Lions came at them hard and fast, scoring on their first three possessions of the second half to take the lead and the momentum away from the Tigers. New Richmond improved to 3-0 on the season. “We had a little bit of a letdown,” Kirker said. “It only takes one missed tackle or assignment.” Bethel-Tate won the turnover battle, forcing two and committing just one. The Lions’ power running game and depth wore down the Tigers in the second half. “I was proud of our effort,” Kirker said. “We know we can play with anybody. We just need to put all four quarters together.” The Tigers, now 1-2 on the season and 0-1 in league play, host Landmark Christian on Friday, Sept. 18. It is homecoming for the Tigers and what they hope will be the beginning of a long winning streak. “Our goal now is to go 82,” Kirker said. “We think that’s possible.”

The McNicholas offense has sputtered the past two weeks, scoring only 22 points in the past two weeks in losses to Turpin and Loveland. The Rockets will look to put an end to the two-game slide when they face Chaminade Julienne on Sept. 18 at Turpin. Quarterback Matt Staubach scored the lone McNick touchdown against Loveland and has all but one of the Rockets touchdowns this season.

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Garrett Lang of Bethel tries to get something going with this kick off return.

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Coach Clint Kirker tries to motivate his team after New Richmond took a onepoint lead.

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The Bethel student section tries to keep their Tigers in the game. New Richmond keeps its perfect record intact by overcoming a 13-point deficit on this muchimproved Bethel-Tate program.

National champs

Gymnasts Ashley Heppner of Amelia, on left, Kaitlyn Bein of Williamsburg, Sarah McGrath of Amelia and Lexi Martin of Bethel show off their winnings in the Tumbling and Trampoline National competition in Des Moines, Iowa, recently. The girls, who train at Gymnastics Central in Batavia, made it past the preliminary competition into the finals in at least one event. Martin placed eighth on the trampoline. Bein placed eighth on the double mini tramp and third on the trampoline. Heppner placed sixth on the double mini tramp, fifth on tumbling. Roberts (not pictured), of Amelia, placed second on the trampoline, and won the national title on the double mini tramp. McGrath placed sixth on the double mini trampoline and won a national title on trampoline. The girls are coached by Eric Martin and Jim Bartley.

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Should there be laws banning all use of cell phones while driving? Why or why not? “Absolutely. It’s pretty ludicrous that we haven’t passed one yet. Every single day I’m subjected to idiots in their cars trying to merge onto any major thoroughfare with a cell phone jammed in their left ear, barely paying attention to oncoming traffic. Of course, with the left hand so busy with the phone, there is very little chance of actually using the turn signal. They either speed, or more commonly, barely reach the speed limit. You would think when someone is operating a 2,500pound vehicle (or 6,000-pound SUV) at highway speed, or in a residential neighborhood, one would want to be aware of their surroundings. One second of inattention and your life or someone else’s could be taken or compromised by a lack of common sense and self control. A complete, in car hand held ban would be fantastic, but I won’t count on it. I see just as many Cincinnati and Anderson police officers on their cells while driving as anyone else.” N.B. “In my opinion, despite the probability that drivers who are distracted because they are using cell phones will cause accidents, my answer is ‘no.’ There are other ways to discourage risky behavior besides passing laws to ban it. There has been far too much intrusion by the government on the behavior of private citizens already, and it is a dangerous trend. When it comes to texting – far more distracting – I’m not certain that the passage of a law against it would deter someone who is dumb enough to text while driving. A better solution would be for drivers to use ‘hands-free’ devices to make cell phone calls, if it is absolutely imperative that they do so while driving.” B.B. “With the possible exception of ‘total hands-free operation’ (i.e., Bluetooth earpiece or voice-activated phone use) where the driver can keep both hands on the wheel, then yes, cell phone use should be banned while driving.

Next question Has there been a decline in civility at town hall meetings and public meetings in general? If so, why is this happening? Every week The Bethel Journal asks readers a questions that they can reply to via e-mail. Send your answers to clermont@community press.com with “chatroom” in the subject line. “Operating a motor vehicle is dangerous enough without introducing yet another major distraction from concentrating on the road and those sharing it with you. For example, I traveled Five Mile Road last week next to a young woman who was sending a text message while trying to drive. She had neither hand on the steering wheel (I can only presume she was ‘steering’ with her knees) and rarely glanced up at the road ahead. As a result, she faded into my lane twice and nearly rear-ended the driver in front of her when we all came to a red light at State Road. This type of reckless, irresponsible and ignorant behavior will surely cost lives if it is allowed to continue (and I’m certain it will, particularly among younger drivers). “If your life is so busy and important that you feel you must have a cell phone with you in your car, then at least be smart and considerate enough to pull off the road to make or take a call – and never try to text someone while you’re driving! Sooner or later it will dearly cost you, or far more importantly, someone else.” M.M.

Sept. 2 questions

What do you think is the enduring legacy of Ted Kennedy? “Some may be glad, some may be sad. “The media has hyped it as the last of that generation. “If all of us look long and hard enough, we can probably find fault in each of us, let alone one. “We perceive that each of us shall ponder the good that he did in contrast with some of the tragedies that we may remember associated with him. “Let he without sin, cast the first stone.” Shepherd

OFFICIALS DIRECTORY Ohio House of Representatives

Ohio Rep. Danny Bubp (R-88th District) may be reached for questions or concerns at his Columbus office at 614-466-8134 or via e-mail at district866@ohr.state.oh.us.

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Ohio Sen. Tom Niehaus may be reached at 614-466-8082, e-mail tniehaus@mailr.sen.state.oh.us, or write Ohio Senate, Room 38, Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio 43215. Include your home telephone number and address.

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On behalf of the members of your local Ohio State Highway Patrol post, we are proud that our efforts have made our area safer for its citizens, and for those who visit the area on leisure or business, as well as for enhancing the quality of life in our local communities to allow businesses to succeed even during the recent difficult economic times. In the beginning of 2008, we implemented a new organizational philosophy that built upon our previous successes and termed it Lifestat: The 24/7 Initiative. The 24/7 Initiative was meant to provide a more holistic view of the efforts, challenges and accomplishments of the division for every hour of every day. The program was founded on three principals that focused on traffic safety, criminal patrol and accountability. As we look back and review year one of this mission, it appears that we have made great strides in each of these areas. Traffic safety The number of traffic fatalities declined from the previous historic low of 1,239 in 2006 to 1,191 in 2008. This marked the first time that annual traffic fatalities have fallen below 1,200 in Ohio. While the continued decline of the number of vehicle miles traveled in the state played a role in these reductions, the traffic fatality rate of 1.10 marked the lowest level in Ohio history and remained considerably lower than the national average of 1.27.

This suggests that some of our new traffic safety initiatives like the metropolitan and saturation operations, played a crucial role in assuring that Ohio’s roads remain among the safest in the nation.

Criminal patrol State troopers seized more than 5.2-million grams of illegal narcotics valued at over $47.5 million last year. This was a 55percent increase in drug seizures by grams from 2007 levels. Through effective traffic enforcement we are able to interdict both large and small shipments of illegal narcotics that are destined for cities across the country and Ohio. In some instances, our drug cases led local drug task forces to apprehensions in larger drug and other criminal cases. All of this came right out of traffic stops. Overall, troopers were responsible for making 2,676 felony stops last year. This included 1,704 felony arrests and 972 felony warrant apprehensions. Through aggressive, visible and fair enforcement, and the development of local partnerships with both rural and urban police departments across the state, we continue to focus on removing the criminal element from Ohio roadways. Accountability We are looked upon as a leader in data-driven law enforcement operations. Through the expansion of the computer-aided dispatch system and the hard work of troopers and dispatchers, we

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have made great strides in capturing the work we do every day and projecting these achievements to the public through our Web site and media outlets. We recently introduced more new technological applications that are helping reduce the burden of paperwork and are increasing the ability to disseminate mission critical information to our troopers on the road in a timely manner. The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s reputation is based on what each of our troopers, dispatchers and professional support staff is doing every day and what we have done as Ohio’s state level law enforcement agency for more than 75 years. Through innovation, support, and dedication we are proud to live in communities in this area and to serve you each of you at the highest possible level. We will continue to protect life, property, and promote traffic safety as we have always done – all the while showcasing our professional and ethical approach to public safety that has made us an internationally-recognized model within law enforcement. There is no doubt there are people alive today, and people not suffering with disabling injuries and associated economic hardships because of the contributions made by the people who call your local highway patrol post home. Lt. Randy L. McElfresh is the commander of the Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Batavia Post.

Seniors are important Since budget discussions began earlier this year, the care and support for our seniors has been a priority of mine. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan declared Aug. 21 as National Senior Citizens Day to honor the elders in our communities. Older citizens are our link to the past and provide a sense of leadership for younger generations to emulate. As role models of responsibility and core family values, seniors deserve special recognition for the contributions they have made to America throughout the years. Today, Ohio’s 2 million elderly citizens still retain an integral presence in our communities and serve as volunteers in civic projects and school programs. For all their efforts and achievements, I would like to take a moment to express my gratitude for the elders who made Ohio the great state it is today. To give back to those who have given so much through the years, it is necessary to ensure Ohio is a good place in which to retire and mature. To make certain Ohio’s seniors receive the services they need, the Department of Aging has various programs designed to expand care options and improve the quality of life for elders. For instance, the PASSPORT

Medicaid Waiver Home Care Program helps seniors live independently in their own homes while receiving essential assistance, rather than residOhio Rep. ing in nursing Danny Bubp homes. This program Community allows MedicaidPress guest eligible seniors columnist the option of receiving longterm care services in the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by family and friends. Unfortunately, Gov. Strickland’s budget recently passed by the Ohio General Assembly included significant cuts to seniors and senior-oriented programs. One of the reasons I voted “no” on the budget was because of these cuts and their impact on many of the services offered by local area agencies on aging. To see if you or a loved one qualifies for PASSPORT assistance, you may call the PASSPORT agency in your region. Those in Clermont County may contact the Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio at 721-1025. The Office of the State Longterm Care Ombudsman advocates

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for rights and problem resolution for those receiving long-term care at home or in assisted living facilities. Directed by the federal Older Americans Act, the goal of the state ombudsman is to improve the quality of life and treatment for elderly citizens in our communities by ensuring their legal rights are defended. If you would like to contact the state ombudsman about an assisted living issue, call 800282-1206 for more information about available services or to report abuse or neglect. If you are seeking an assisted living facility for yourself or loved one, I encourage you to consult the Ohio Consumer Guide at www.ltcohio.org to help find a quality facility to meet an individual’s needs. For more information of these or other available programs for seniors, please visit the Ohio Department of Aging web site at www.aging.ohio.gov. You are also encouraged to contact my office with any questions or concerns regarding senior services as well as other state issues. Please call my office at (614) 644-6034 or write to me at Representative Danny Bubp, 77 S. High Street, 10th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215. You may also e-mail me at District88@ohr.state.oh.us.

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Clermont Co. offers drive-up vaccinations “Getting a flu shot is the best way to protect yourself from the flu. It’s also a good idea to protect yourself and your loved ones by making sure you WHACK the flu,” said Clermont County Health Commissioner Marty Lambert. The Clermont General Health District is distributing posters to schools, day care centers, businesses, libraries and other places where people meet, encouraging them to WHACK the flu: W – Wash your hands often. H – Home is where to stay when you are sick. A – Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. C – Cover your coughs and sneezes. K – Keep your distance from people who are coughing and sneezing. “By taking the above steps you can increase your chances of staying healthy and from spreading the flu if you should become ill,” said Lambert. “These precautions are quite effective in fighting both seasonal and H1N1 flu.” This year, most people won’t know which flu strain they have, because confirmatory testing is limited to the severely ill. Seasonal flu shots are available at many locations in the area. The Clermont County General Health will offer them at a drive-thru clinic

from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Clermont County Fairgrounds. Vehicles should enter the fairgrounds at 1000 Locust Street in Owensville. No appointments are needed at this clinic. The clinic is targeted at adults, since the flu shots will be given while people remain in their vehicles. The shots cost $15; no checks, Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance will be accepted as payment. Those on Medicare or Medicaid, and children 17 and under should make an appointment for a vaccine at another time by calling 735-8400. Information about H1N1 vaccinations should be available in October. H1N1 vaccinations are not mandatory, but are highly recommended for all highrisk groups. Initially the vaccine will be targeted to pregnant women, people who live with or care for children under 6 months of age, those between the ages of 6 months and 24 years of age, health care workers, emergency medical responders, and adults 24 to 64 with chronic health conditions or compromised immune systems. Once the demand from these targeted groups has been met the vaccine should be widely available to anyone interested in receiving an H1N1 vaccination.

PEOPLE

Concert Sept. 19

New Richmond – The village will host the Ohio State Patrol Drum and Bugle Corps at 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the bandstand on the riverfront. The concert will take place along with an antique car show taking place throughout the village.

Cardinal ball

FUNd for the Kids is hosting The Cardinal Ball at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in the cafeteria at Felicity-Franklin Elementary School, 415 Washington St., Felicity. The event includes dinner and music by a DJ. There is a raffle at 7 p.m. Proceeds to benefit Felicity School athletics. The cost is $100, $25 companion ticket. For more information, all 876-2927.

Cooking class

Clermont County Public Library is hosting “Back to School: Family Foods Cooking Class” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Amelia Branch

Golf outing

Clermont County Citizens’ Law Enforcement Association is hosting the D.A.R.E. Golf Outing at noon Monday, Sept. 21, at Legendary Run Golf Course, 915 E. Legendary Run Drive in Pierce Township. Lunch begins at 11 a.m. The event includes driving range, golf cart, door prizes and dinner. Proceeds to benefit Clermont County’s Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education programs and others. The cost is $90; $25 dinner only. Registration is required. Call 225-5334 or visit www.MiamiTwpOH.gov.

Float fly

Loveland Propbusters R/C Club is hosting the Southwest Ohio Seaplane Float Fly from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Beach area at East Fork State Park, Ohio 125, Bethel. Registration is required for participants. Call 232-9930.

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By Kellie Geist

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Four years ago, Ruth Baker could barely leave her house. She suffered from lung disease, which meant she needed to be on oxygen at all times, and her two knee replacements made it difficult to get around. Her front steps were like an ocean for someone who can’t swim. After seeing an article in the newspaper, Baker decided to give People Working Cooperatively a call. “I had the chance to buy a lift from someone, but I didn’t know how I would get it here or hook it up,” Baker, of Goshen Township, said. “They took the lift down at the other place, brought it here, built the deck to hold it and set it all up.” Since PWC helped install the lift four years ago, Baker, 87, can leave the house easily and on her own. PWC also installed a new furnace in Baker’s home and helped her make her bathroom safer by installing a higher toilet seat and a bathtub that she can step into. PWC is an non-profit organization that specializes in helping elderly, disabled or low-income individuals (who typically make less than $13,000 per year) better their lives through home repairs or improvements, said Kim Sullivan, marketing and communications manager for PWC. “These are at-risk homeowners who bought their homes when times were better ... Now there’s no way

Wild, wild west

Library, 58 Maple St. Margaret Jenkins with the OSU Extension Office gives a demonstration of food preparation that is delicious, healthy and safe. The event is family friendly and registration is required. Call 7525580.

IDEAS

Organization helps people with home repairs, mobility

THINGS TO DO Old West Festival is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, for Student Day at Old West Festival, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Road in Williamsburg. Relive days of Wild West in a unique entertainment experience. The event includes reenactments, trick shooting and roping, demonstrations, rides, food and music. It is open rain or shine. The cost is $10, $6 for ages 6-12; free ages 5 and under. The event runs through Oct. 11. Call 866-937-8337.

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In addition to helping her relocate a lift and installing a new furnace, People Working Cooperatively cut out the side of Ruth Baker’s bathtub so she could step in and out of it. The organization also installed a chairheight toilet seat.

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People Working Cooperatively moved this lift from another location and installed it at Ruth Baker’s Goshen home so she could leave the house more easily. they can afford a new roof or a (handicapped) ramp,” Sullivan said. “Most of our clients are trying to juggle medical expenses and food.” PWC offers non-cosmetic home improvement services that could include everything from putting in new plumbing to installing a furnace. The group is funded through donations, grants and government funding. One of the organization’s specific programs is called Modifications for Mobility. This program is funded to help those with mobility issues, such as Baker, be more independent. “If you fix somebody’s roof, that’s great, but you don’t see the impact. If you put a ramp up for someone, they want to knock you over to use it ... For some people, a six- or eight-inch step might as well be a moat,” said John Hay, manager of the Modifications for Mobility program. “We help people take care of themselves and that brings a certain dignity back into their lives.”

Organization needs volunteers, donations

People Working Cooperatively, a nonprofit organization that helps the elderly, disabled or low-income with home repairs and mobility modifications is always looking for volunteers and donations. To make a donation or to volunteer, visit www.pwchomerepairs.org or call 351-7921. PWC serves homeowners, and some renters, across the Tristate and Sullivan said there is money to help people in Clermont County who qualify. To apply for services, either call 351-7921 or visit www.pwchomerepairs.org. Looking back on the changes PWC made for her home and in her life, Baker would recommend calling the organization. “I wasn’t embarrassed to call. I figured they couldn’t do anything more than tell me, ‘no,’” Baker said. “If you need help, it doesn’t hurt to ask.”

White Gables owners look back on rink’s 50 years By Kellie Geist kgeist@communitypress.com

If you grew up in northern Clermont County, you probably took a lap or two around the hardwood rink at White Gables. While the Stonelick Township skating rink closed in 2003, former owners Earl and Nellie Hopkins like to think the business is something kids from around town remember. “It was just an old country rink, but it was a really fun place,” said Nellie, 85. “I guess every kid in Clermont County probably skated there at some point.” Earl and Nellie were married in Batavia in 1939 before Earl spent three years in the Air Force. The two moved to Miami Township in 1947. Nellie farmed

and Earl worked in town as an ice cream maker until they purchased White Gables in the early 1950s. The rink was at 2336 Ohio 131. The two don’t really know why they purchased the rink except that they lived nearby and Nellie liked to skate. “We just thought it was a good idea,” Earl said. The next 30 years were filled with booked weekday events and packed weekends. “There was always some church group or school group coming in on the weekdays,” Nellie said. In the 1950s, admission was 60 cents, skate rental was 25 cents and you could buy a pop or chips for 10 cents and a candy bar for 5 cents.

“For a dollar, you could skate for three hours and have a snack,” Nellie said. “Plus, there was nothing else to do around here.” The Hopkins purchased their farm house on Wade Road at a sheriff’s auction in the early 1970s and sold most of their farm land to developers a few years later. When the developers ran into continuous trouble running utilities to the property, they donated the land to Miami Township. The township turned the property into what is now Miami Meadows Park. When the 80s and 90s rolled around and new skating rinks started to open up around town, business started to slow. White Gables held on until the Hopkins closed the doors in 2003. “The rink was just getting too old and dilapidated.

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Earl and Nellie Hopkins, former owners of White Gables Skating Rink, live in a farm house on Wade Road in Miami Township. The two used to own the property that is now Miami Meadows Park.

We hated to close it, but it had had it’s run,” Earl said. Looking back on the 50 years they owned the rink, Earl and Nellie have a lot of fond memories. From the silver streamers hanging from the ceiling to letting kids in who couldn’t afford to pay that day, the skating rink was a happy part of their lives together. “It was part of the community,” Earl said. “When it closed, it was one of the oldest rinks in the state.”


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September 17, 2009

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EDUCATION

Newcomers Fellowship Class, 9:45 a.m.11:30 a.m. Thursdays through Dec. 3. Anderson Hills United Methodist Church, 7515 Forest Road. Designed to encourage women through the transition of moving to a new community. Discussion based on book “After the Boxes Are Unpacked: Moving on After Moving In.” Membership in this or any other church not required. Call for baby-sitting and book purchase. Free. 233-9556. Anderson Township.

FARMERS MARKET

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 3950 Round Bottom Road. Plants, deli department, frozen custard, gift boxes, fruit baskets, strawberries, corn and other vegetables. Presented by Village of Newtown. 561-2004. Newtown.

HISTORIC SITES

Ulysses S. Grant Birthplace, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed noon to 1 p.m. Birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. Route 52. Tour this restored one-story, three-room cottage, which was built in 1817. Furnished with period items. $2.50, $2 seniors, $1.50 ages 6-12, free ages 4 and under and members. Presented by Historic New Richmond. 800283-8932; www.ohiohistory.org. Point Pleasant.

LITERARY - LIBRARIES

Trucks, Cars and Things that go Zoom! 5:30 p.m. Williamsburg Branch Library, 594 Main St. Stories and truck crafts. Family friendly. Free. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 724-1070; www.clermontlibrary.org. Williamsburg. F R I D A Y, S E P T . 1 8

FARMERS MARKET

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 3950 Round Bottom Road. Plants, deli department, frozen custard, gift boxes, fruit baskets, strawberries, corn and other vegetables. Presented by Village of Newtown. 561-2004. Newtown.

FESTIVALS

Old West Festival, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Student Day. Old West Festival, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Road. Relive days of Wild West in unique entertainment experience. Re-enactments, trick shooting and roping, demonstrations, rides, food and music. Rain or shine. $10, $6 ages 6-12; free ages 5 and under. Through Oct. 11. 866-937-8337. Williamsburg.

FOOD & DRINK

PUBLIC HOURS

Lake Isabella Fishing Boathouse, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Lake Isabella, 10174 Loveland-Madeira Road. Full-service boathouse with rowboat rentals. Open fishing year-round in 28-acre lake with outdoor fishing pier from dusk to dawn. $9.50 for 12-hour permit, free ages 12 and under and ages 60 and up; vehicle permit required. Presented by Hamilton County Park District. 521-7275; www.greatparks.org. Symmes Township. Loveland Castle, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Loveland Castle, 12025 Shore Road. Small-scale, authentic castle. Picnic area. Group tours and special events available. $3. 683-4686; www.lovelandcastle.com. Symmes Township.

SPORTS

Moler Raceway Park Racing, 4:30 p.m.11:30 p.m. Moler Raceway Park, 2059 Harker Waits Road. Quarter-mile dirt oval track racing. $15, $5 ages 7-15, free ages 6 and under. 937-444-6215; www.molerracewaypark.com. Williamsburg.

BENEFITS

The Cardinal Ball, 6 p.m. Cafeteria. FelicityFranklin Elementary School, 415 Washington St. Dinner and music by a DJ. Includes raffle at 7 p.m. Reservations required. $100, $25 companion ticket. Benefits Felicity School Athletics. 876-2927. Felicity.

COOKING CLASSES

Back to School: Family Foods Cooking Class, 10 a.m. Amelia Branch Library, 58 Maple St. Margaret Jenkins with the OSU Extension Office gives a demonstration of food preparation that is delicious, healthy and safe. Family friendly. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 752-5580. Amelia.

EXERCISE CLASSES

Zumba Fitness Class, 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Clough United Methodist Church, 2010 Wolfangel Road. $5. 379-4900. Anderson Township.

FARMERS MARKET

Harmony Hill Vineyards ‘Market On The Hill,’ 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Harmony Hill Vineyards and Estate Winery, 2534 Swings Corner Point Isabel Road. Unique “All Ohio Proud” market. Local beef, lamb, vegetables, eggs, cheese, artisan breads and wine. 734-3548; www.hhwines.com/htm/farmersmarket.htm. Bethel. Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 561-2004. Newtown. Wilfert Farms, 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Wilfert Farms, 3135 Lindale Mount Holly Road. Fresh-picked fruits and vegetables that are harvested several times each day and kept under refrigeration. 797-8344. Mount Holly. Batavia Farmers Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Batavia Township, Main and Depot streets. Vegetables, fruits and eggs. 876-2418. Batavia.

HEALTH / WELLNESS

HISTORIC SITES

Ulysses S. Grant Birthplace, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed noon to 1 p.m. Birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. Route 52. Tour this restored one-story, three-room cottage, which was built in 1817. Furnished with period items. $2.50, $2 seniors, $1.50 ages 6-12, free ages 4 and under and members. Presented by Historic New Richmond. 800283-8932; www.ohiohistory.org. Point Pleasant.

HISTORIC SITES

Ulysses S. Grant Birthplace, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed noon to 1 p.m. Birthplace of Ulysses S. Grant, $2.50, $2 seniors, $1.50 ages 6-12, free ages 4 and under and members. 800-283-8932; www.ohiohistory.org. Point Pleasant.

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Summer Wine Sampling and Entertainment Series, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Harmony Hill Vineyards and Estate Winery, 2534 Swings Corner Point Isabel Road. 50 cents per sample. 734-3548; www.hhwines.com. Bethel. Casual Wine Tasting, 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Mama Vita’s, 6405 Branch Hill Guinea Pike. Includes music. $5. 697-9705. Loveland. Health Screening, 9 a.m.-noon, Homan Chiropractic, 4380 Glen Este-Withamsville Road. Blood pressure, height, weight, foot and spinal screenings. Walk-ins welcome. Free. Appointment recommended. 753-6325. Eastgate.

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FESTIVALS

Old West Festival, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Music by Kentucky Myle Acoustic Duo 1:30-3:30 p.m. and Tim Musser 4-6 p.m. Old West Festival, $10, $6 ages 6-12; free ages 5 and under. 866-937-8337. Williamsburg.

FOOD & DRINK

Summer Wine Sampling and Entertainment Series, 2 p.m.-9 p.m. Harmony Hill Vineyards and Estate Winery, 50 cents per sample. 734-3548; www.hhwines.com. Bethel.

HAPPY HOURS

Happy Hour, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Gravy, 576-6789. Loveland.

LITERARY - LIBRARIES

Swashbuckler’s Academy, 2 p.m. New Richmond Branch Library, 103 River Valley Blvd. Learn how to talk, act and think like a pirate. Includes pirate activities including how to read a treasure map, make your own eye patch and spyglass. Ages birth-3. Free. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 553-0570; www.clermontlibrary.org. New Richmond.

PUBLIC HOURS

Greater Loveland Historical Society Museum, 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Greater Loveland Historical Society Museum, 201 Riverside Drive. Bonaventure House with exhibits, gift shop and library, 1797 Rich Log Cabin and 1879 Bishop-Coleman Gazebo. $3. 683-5692; www.lovelandmuseum.org. Loveland. Lake Isabella Fishing Boathouse, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Lake Isabella, $9.50 for 12-hour permit, free ages 12 and under and ages 60 and up; vehicle permit required. 521-7275; www.greatparks.org. Symmes Township. Loveland Castle, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Loveland Castle, $3. 683-4686; www.lovelandcastle.com. Symmes Township.

RECREATION

Takes 2 To Tandem Bicycle Rally, 8:30 a.m. Nisbet Park, 210 Railroad Ave. Visually impaired stokers and sighted captains begin and end routes on trail near Loveland. Several distances and routes available. Sighted tandem teams and single bikes welcome. Includes picnic lunch. Benefits American Council of the Blind. $30. Registration recommended. Presented by American Council of the Blind Ohio Division. 800-835-2226; www.acbohio.org. Loveland.

PROVIDED.

Clermont County Citizens’ Law Enforcement Association is hosting the D.A.R.E. Golf Outing at noon Monday, Sept. 21, at Legendary Run Golf Course, 915 E. Legendary Run Drive, Pierce Township. Lunch begins at 11 a.m. The event includes driving range, golf cart, door prizes and dinner. Proceeds to benefit Clermont County’s Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education programs and others. The cost is $90; $25 dinner only. Registration is required. Call 225-5334 or visit www.MiamiTwpOH.gov. Last year’s D.A.R.E. golf outing raised $14,000. Pictured are Milford Police Chief Mark Machan, tournament organizer Gene Bishop, and Clermont County Sheriff A.J. “Tim” Rodenberg. S U N D A Y, S E P T . 2 0

BENEFITS

Shake the Hand that Feeds You, 3 p.m.-8 p.m. Grailville Education and Retreat Center, 932 O’Bannonville Road. Learn more about locally grown food. Dinner, wine sampling, hors d’oeuvres, photography and mixed media exhibits. Includes music by Raison D’Etre, Dan Dorff and Amanda Heisler; dance by Gloria Esenwein and Habeeba Dance of the Arts. Ages 18 and up. Benefits Grailville Education and Retreat Center. $65. Reservations required. 683-2340; www.grailville.org. Loveland.

FESTIVALS

Old West Festival, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Music by Dan Ryan 1:30-3:30 p.m. and Rumpke Mountain Boys 4-6 p.m. Old West Festival, $10, $6 ages 6-12; free ages 5 and under. 866-937-8337. Williamsburg.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Pedal, Paddle and Picnic, 4 p.m. Picnic at 6 p.m. Little Miami Scenic River and Trail Center, 211 Railroad Ave. Pedal along Little Miami River, paddle back to Loveland and party with a cookout and songs. Benefits Interfaith Hospitality Network. $55, $5 bike rental. Registration required. Presented by Loveland Bike and Skate Rental. Through Sept. 19. 293-8254; www.lovelandbiketrail.com. Loveland.

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

50th Anniversary Reception, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. Union Township Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road. The Eastgate Women’s Club, formerly West Clermont Jr. Women’s Club celebrates anniversary. All former members of either club invited to participate. Free. Registration recommended. Presented by Eastgate Women’s Club. 232-3686. Union Township.

LITERARY - BOOK CLUBS

SHOPPING

September Sale, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Greenfield Plant Farm, 624-8876. Anderson Township. Mum Sale, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Loveland High School, 1 Tiger Trail, back parking lot. Mums in 9-inch pots. Benefits Granny’s Garden School programs. $6 each, four for $20. Presented by Granny’s Garden School. 3242873; www.grannysgardenschool.com. Loveland. Bazaar, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mount Zion- St. Paul United Church of Christ, 1562 ClermontvilleLaurel Road. Includes $1 table, top-shelf raffle articles, homemade goods and children’s mystery bags. Lunch is available. 553-4432. New Richmond.

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RECREATION

Southwest Ohio Seaplane Float Fly, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. East Fork State Park, Ohio 125. Beach area. Radio remote-controlled pilots from southwest Ohio fly seaplanes that takeoff and land on water. Certified trainers available to take attendees up for ride. Refreshments available. $15, free for spectators. Registration required for participants. Presented by Loveland Propbusters R/C Club. 232-9930. Bethel. M O N D A Y, S E P T . 2 1

LITERARY - BOOK CLUBS

Bookends Book Club, 1 p.m. “Nobody’s Fool” by Richard Russo. New Richmond Branch Library, 103 River Valley Blvd. Book discussion group. Adults. Free. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 553-0570; www.clermontlibrary.org. New Richmond. Bethel Book Discussion Group, 1 p.m. “One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd” by Jim Fergus. Bethel Branch Library, 611 W. Plane St. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 734-2619. Bethel.

Spinebenders Book Club, 5:30 p.m. “Lone Survivor” by Marcus Luttrell. New Richmond Branch Library, 103 River Valley Blvd. Adults. Free. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 553-0570. New Richmond.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Drop-In Toddler Time Story Time, 11 a.m. Union Township Branch Library, 528-1744. Union Township. Story Time, 11 a.m. Amelia Branch Library, 58 Maple St. Stories, songs, and crafts. All ages. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 752-5580; www.clermontlibrary.org. Amelia.

MUSIC - BLUEGRASS

Bluegrass Jam Session, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Gravy, 1513 Ohio 28. With Hard-Drive. Others welcome to play. Free. Reservations recommended. 576-6789. Loveland.

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CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Anime Club, 3 p.m. Bethel Branch Library, 611 W. Plane St. Watch new and classic anime; recommend library to buy or not. Ages-1318. Free. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 734-2619. Bethel.

EXERCISE CLASSES

Zumba Fitness, 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. St. Thomas More School, 788 Ohio Pike. Hieder Hall. With Susan Scardina-Hardoerfer. $25 for five classes, $6 one class. 379-4900. Withamsville.

FARMERS MARKET

Newtown Farm Market, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Newtown Farm Market, 5612004. Newtown. Wilfert Farms, 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Wilfert Farms, 797-8344. Mount Holly. Farmer’s Market, 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Municipal Parking Lot, 6876 Main Street, Presented by Village of Newtown. 561-7697. Village of Newtown.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Drop-In Story Time, 11 a.m. Williamsburg Branch Library, 594 Main St. Stories, games, songs and crafts. All ages. Free. 724-1070. Williamsburg.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES

Drop-In Preschool Story Time, 2 p.m. Union Township Branch Library, 4462 Mount Carmel-Tobasco Road. Stories, dance and a craft. Ages 3-6. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 528-1744. Union Township. Drop-In Toddler Time Story Time, 11 a.m. Union Township Branch Library, 4462 Mount Carmel-Tobasco Road. Ages 18 months to 3 years. Stories, songs and play. Presented by Clermont County Public Library. 528-1744. Union Township.

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D.A.R.E. Golf Outing, noon Lunch begins at 11 a.m. Legendary Run Golf Course, 915 E. Legendary Run Drive. Includes driving range, golf cart, door prizes and dinner. Benefits Clermont County’s Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education programs and others. $90; $25 dinner only. Registration required. Presented by Clermont County Citizens’ Law Enforcement Association. 225-5334; www.MiamiTwpOH.gov. Pierce Township.

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September 17, 2009

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When people turn into sheep nize truth and have the courage to live by it. Humans are supposed to need other human shepherds less and less as they mature. When immature, and still growing, we need parents, disciplinarians and teachers – guides outside ourselves. When we grow up – if we grow up – our guidance comes chiefly from within ourselves; a well-formed conscience and sense of responsibility. Guides outside of us never become completely unimportant, but much less necessary. A sad thing seems to be happening. Too many people seem to be acting as sheep. Sheeple are people who act like sheep. When that occurs, we don’t use our minds to study problems thoroughly and

understand them effectively. We stop looking for truth. We graze on sound bites, slogans and little bits of information lying on the ground that taste good. When we are turning into sheeple, we lose sight of truth and priorities. We become easy prey for manipulation by politicians, advertisers, bureaucrats, and sometimes even by people we call religious leaders. Our shepherds are called spin doctors – false shepherds who have no interest in the common good, us, or the truth, only their own agenda. As sheeple we have a strong flock instinct. We need to think and act as everybody else. It’s said that the instincts and logic of a mob gradually become lower than the indi-

viduals that comprise the mob. We turn our minds over to others. Sheeple are dazzled by words and forget justice; are moved by emotions and forget logic. We believe peers, advertisers, politicians and celebrities about what is important in life. We acquiesce to anyone who claims to speak for God. The masses of people have been pictured as a huge pyramid. Most of us are depicted toward the bottom somewhere, and the numbers become fewer as the pyramid narrows and ascends. Psychologists such as Abraham Maslow urge us to become self-actualized and move upward. That means to grow in knowledge and personal awareness of our own state

Shipping and handling charges alert Ads for products on TV and in print that don’t disclose the shipping and handling charges are becoming increasingly common. Such charges should be carefully considered before ordering because sometimes they can be quite substantial. That’s what a Westwood woman has learned. Sue LaRue has been analyzing ads and found several that either don’t disclose the charge or do so in very small print. “I think they’re saying two things. I think they’re saying ‘free shipping’ or ‘plus shipping,’ but they’re not saying how much the shipping is. That’s what happened in my case,� she said. LaRue answered an ad she saw on TV. “It said on TV it was $19.99 plus shipping. I went online and ordered it. No place

did it say how much the shipping was,� she said. B u t , even after she placed the order Howard Ain for two of Hey Howard! the items, she just got a printout without the prices. “I agreed to pay $39.98. The shipping and handling was $65.80, but I didn’t know that till I got the package in the mail,� LaRue said. The packing slip showed the total cost came to more than $100 – something she says should have been disclosed upfront. She checked ads for products from different companies and found this is becoming more common. One ad touted the product

as only costing $14.99, but the small print at the bottom said unless you cancel you’ll be charged three monthly payments of $39.99. After LaRue complained to the company about the shipping charges, a representative agreed to give her a $15 credit. But that still means the items she wanted cost her $40, and the shipping and handling cost $50 – more than the items themselves. “I just feel like they’re deceptive and if people aren’t paying attention they’re going to end up spending a lot of money they may not be able to get back,� LaRue said. So, I contacted the company LaRue had ordered from and was told they don’t disclose the shipping and handling charges in the ad because the same ad is used in Canada and charges will be

quite different there. They maintain they do disclose the charges before the transaction is completed – and after the state sales taxes are added. Bottom line, carefully watch out for shipping and handling charges in both TV and print ads. If they are not disclosed in the ad, be sure to look for the charges before you place your order. As we’ve seen sometimes those charges can be more than the items themselves. Troubleshooter Howard Ain answers consumer complaints and questions weekdays at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts on WKRC-TV Local 12.

and truths of reality. The journey upward is very difficult, but possible. Great spiritual teachers such as Jesus Christ told us what happens when we are transformed from sheeple to people, “ ‌ you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.â€? Free from what? Free from a flock mentality. Free from not recognizing our dignity. Free from ignorance, deception and being used by others. Free from our defenses and illusions in order to

become Father Lou our truest Guntzelman self. Perspectives Father Lou Guntzelman is a Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Reach him at columns@community press.com or contact him directly at P.O. Box 428541, Cincinnati, OH 45242. Please include a mailing address or fax number if you wish for him to respond.

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Life

September 17, 2009

Relish your fresh peppers this season

My husband Frank and I went to an Amish country produce auction in Bainbridge, Ohio, near The Seven Caves, at the invitation of friends Bert and B o b Villing. Rita It was Heikenfeld something to see. Rita’s kitchen As we approached the auction shelter, we saw horse-drawn wagons with huge amounts of pumpkins, melons and produce enter the graveled area. I understood that folks could bid on the whole wagonload.

Inside the shelter you could walk around and check out the produce in smaller units, like a bushel of squash, three pecks of cucumbers, even up to 100 or so pumpkins and gourds. The little Amish boys were so cute – running around barefoot with suspendered overalls and hats. Bert and I bought some beautiful red and green peppers. I couldn’t wait to get home to make Bert’s red pepper relish. I also made stuffed peppers for supper, with rice, lamb, tomato sauce and seasonings.

Bert’s red pepper relish

No real recipe, but here are Bert’s guidelines slightly adapted by me. Makes 7 to 8 half pints. Measure ingredi-

Grind up peppers and onions in food processor, blender or just chop fine. Put in bowl and pour boiling water to cover. Let sit five minutes, then drain. Make brine.

Bring to boil:

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Rita’s rendition of Bert’s pepper relish. ents after dicing.

6 cups of finely diced red bell peppers (or green, yellow, etc.) 11⁄2 cups finely diced onions Boiling water 1 ⁄2 cup diced jalapeños (opt.)

2 cups vinegar (I used cider, but clear is OK) 1 cup sugar (more to taste) 11⁄2 teaspoons each: mustard seeds, celery seeds and dry mustard

Put drained pepper mixture into brine and cook for five minutes. Pour into hot jars, clean rims and seal. Process in boiling water bath five minutes. You can also just cook this up, cool, put in freezer containers and freeze.

Marge Miller’s apple dumplings

Marge is known as the apple dumpling lady in Clermont County and at my church, Holy Trinity in Batavia. I love her dumplings with the wonderful cinnamon flavor. They are always the first thing to go at any of our events. This is for Nancy, who began cooking at age 11. “My mother was a wonderful cook and my best friend. She passed away last year,” she wrote. Nancy wanted to re-create her Mom’s dumpling recipe which used brown sugar and cinnamon. Nancy said her Mom’s sauce was a thin vanilla sauce using cinnamon. I’ve adapted this only slightly.

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1 double pie crust 8 Golden Delicious apples, peeled and cored (I’ve used whatever apples I had on hand) 4 teaspoons butter Mix the following and set aside: 1 cup granulated or brown sugar 1 generous tablespoon cinnamon

Divide the prepared pie crust into eight equal pieces. Roll out each piece into the shape of a square about 6 to 8 inches. To test the size, place an apple in the center of it and see if you can bring the 4 corners up to meet at the top. Place 1 peeled and cored apple in the center of one of the squares of rolled pie crust. Fill the cavity with some of the sugar/cinnamon mixture. Dot the top of the sugar with 1⁄2 tsp. butter. Bring one corner of the pastry up over the top of the apple. Take the opposite corner and overlap it over the first one. Moisten to seal these two together. Repeat with the last two corners of the pastry. Moisten to seal the last two corners together. Place the 8 dumplings in a sprayed baking dish.

Cinnamon sauce:

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11⁄2 cups sugar 11⁄2 tablespoons starch

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Cooking with Rita and Friends

Join Rita Heikenfeld, Nick Tolbert (aka Midnight Gourmet) and Former Top Chef Chicago contestant Antonia Lofaso Thursday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m. as they host a dinner party. Sample some of Antonia’s favorite recipes as well as the recipes of local restaurants and chefs. Ticket price: $15 RSVP at: 513-247-6411 All proceeds will benefit the Freestore Foodbank. Ticket transaction will be completed at Macy’s prior to start of the event. Cash or check only. Make check payable to the Freestore Foodbank. 2 cups water 3 tablespoons lemon juice 7-8 cinnamon decorations (little cinnamon Valentine hearts) or more to taste 1 teaspoon vanilla (Rita’s addition) Pour the syrup over the dumplings in the baking dish. If you want, baste as they bake. Bake at 375 degrees for 50 to 60 minutes until well browned and a fork pressed into the apple tests soft.

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Additional recipes for slaw stuffed peppers, pepper relish, pepper hash and vanilla sauce are in Rita’s online column at www.communitypress.com. Or call 513-5916163 and leave your name and mailing address. Rita Nader Heikenfeld is an educator and author. E-mail her at columns@communitypress.com with “Rita’s kitchen” in the subject line. Or call 513-248-7130, ext. 356. Visit Rita at www.Abouteating.com.

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Bethel Journal

September 17, 2009

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Fall is close, mornings are foggy Howdy folks, It seems the fall is getting closer. As I write this the fog is making it hard to see very far. Last Saturday morning Ruth Ann and I went fishing and caught several nice fish. While we were fishing we saw an eagle fly down to get a shad laying on the water. We were close to the fish so the eagle flew off and landed in a tree, I moved the boat a little ways back. When we did this the eagle flew down and picked the fish up and flew off to eat it. There were two fellows fishing in the same bay and I said, “Did you see the eagle” and they said “yes.” There is

the Osprey on the lake and they are in the eagle family. When the eagle swoops down to get a fish they pick it off the surface of the water. When the Osprey swoops down to get a fish they dive into the water, then come up and fly to a tree to eat the fish. Both birds are a joy to see and watch feed. Last Monday we set out another strawberry bed. The raised bed where we got the plants was so thick they couldn’t produce good. This will make us three different beds of strawberries. The berries need lots of care, but they are worth it.

This year we got strawberries from the A & M Orchard off Ohio 68 between Fayetteville and Westboro. They sure had wonderful berries. We got some apples called Blaze a few weeks ago and Ruth Ann made an apple crisp. Then for the Grange meeting last Friday evening she made a blackberry-apple crisp. Everyone sure enjoyed this desert and there wasn’t much to bring home so we finished the rest off the next morning. This gal of mine can sure cook, just like your gal. This Thursday evening, Sept. 10, the 50-plus couples from the Bethel United

Methodist Church went to the Lake Manor Restaurant, near the Grant Lake, for our evening meal. Now on Friday evening, Sept. 11, the Clermont Senior Services had their art, antique and collectibles auction and dinner to raise money for the different things they do for the Meals on Wheels and other services. Ruth Ann made her blackberry jam cake for the auction. This is an exciting time for the auction. The whole audience will get involved with this auction. This is a wonderful evening,

we get to see folks we don’t get to see any other time. The silent auction is an exciting event too with folks raising each others bid on the items. Now I’ll back up to Labor Day. Our family and our sonin-law’s folks were together for a cookout at Debby and Bob’s house. This is always a special time for Ruth Ann and me. The fellowship was great and the food that Bob fixed on the grill, and of course the gals fixed the rest was wonderful. Any time we get together with our family this is special. We celebrated Debby and Bob’s

anniversary, Ralph and P a u l i n e ’s George anniversary Rooks and Jennifer’s Ole b i r t h d a y. What a great Fisherman time. Start your week by going to the church of your choice and praise the Good Lord. God bless all. More later. George Rooks is a retired park ranger. Rooks served for 28 years with the last five as manager of East Fork State Park.

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Howard L. Bell, M.D., Mona Saggar, O.D., and Cincinnati Eye Physicians, Inc., are pleased to announce the addition of Jason H. Bell, M.D., Ph.D. to our comprehensive ophthalmology practice.

Dr. Bell is a graduate of Anderson High School Class of 1993 and has returned to the area to provide the most up to date and comprehensive medical and surgical care of eye diseases. Dr. Jason Bell received his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Denison University, and he received a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Wesleyan University in Connecticut while working to combat bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Following a short post-doctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Harvard Medical School studying retinal degenerative disease, he returned to Cincinnati and received a M.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He did an internship in Internal Medicine at the University Hospital, and completed his residency in Ophthalmology at the University Hospital as well, serving as Chief Resident in his final year. Dr. Jason Bell has published many original scientific articles in several basic and clinical science journals, and he recently co-authored a book chapter for the leading textbook for corneal, refractive, and anterior segment reconstructive surgery. Dr. Jason Bell is a comprehensive ophthalmologist handling all medical and surgical diseases of the eye, as well as standard ophthalmic primary care and glasses prescriptions for adults and children. He performs standard and custom cataract surgery, laser surgery, and anterior segment surgery. He handles the medical and surgical treatment of glaucoma, and the diagnosis and management of diabetic eye disease and age related macular degeneration. He also provides diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of common eyelid disorders. Dr. Jason Bell is also a Volunteer Faculty of Ophthalmology with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and teaches ophthalmology residents how to perform cataract surgery at the VA Medical Center, as well as teaching residents how to perform ocular reconstruction after devastating ocular injuries as an ocular trauma surgeon for the University Hospital Level I Trauma Center.

Jason H. Bell, M.D., Ph.D. will be accepting patients of all types and can be reached for an appointment at the Anderson Office at 513-232-5550, or at the Clermont Office at 513-732-1718.

Ruth Moss celebrated her 90th birthday on September 8th with close friends and family. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to John and Rosetta Anderson and had six siblings; Bill, John, Rose, Phyllis, Josephine, and Mary. Ruth was raised as a child on Paradrome Street near the Mt Adams Incline which was a primary mode of transportation in Mt. Adams, at that time. Following the early death of her parents she was raised by her maternal grandmother along with other brothers, sisters, and cousins. Ruth was the wife for 60 years of the late Bill Moss who passed in December 1999. Bill and Ruth raised 5 children; Lois, Bill, Linda, Sherry, and Vernon and have been blessed with 28 grandchildren and great grandchildren. Among many other interests, Ruth was a Sunday school teacher at the Bethel United Methodist Church for 20+ years, where she still attends on most Sundays. In her earlier years Ruth attended Business School and worked in a real estate title company and later at the Sears and Roebuck catalog store in Cherry Grove, Ohio. Ruth attributes her good health and long life to her deep spiritual faith and the loving care of her devoted family.

Marguerite was married to Lester Smith (deceased-1982) for 44 years and has lived most of her life in Goshen. She is a member of Goshen United Methodist Church. Mrs. Smith still does some of her own cooking, likes to play Sequence with friends, and enjoys an occasional lunch or shopping spree with relatives

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Community

September 17, 2009

Explore adult day service program Staff members at the Adult Day Service Welcome Center invite you to celebrate Adult Day Service Week at their upcoming open house from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Sept. 25, at the center, 2075 James E. Sauls Sr. Drive. Staff will swing the doors wide open to friends and neighbors to offer a glimpse of what a day at the center is all about. The Adult Day Service program is for individuals with physical and/or mental impairments in need of socialization in a supervised setting. Every day there are a variety of group activities, as well as individual activities, to choose from at the Welcome Center. Some folks might enjoy making greeting cards, even the envelopes. Others may like weaving a decorative hanging. There is always something new and creative to do. At the Welcome Center,

we encourage loved ones to be as active and independent as possible through the Linda assistance of warm, Eppler our caring staff. Community S o m e t i m e s cusPress our tomers live Guest with their Columnist adult children, who have full-time jobs. These families need help to keep Mom or Dad at home, and allow their children to continue working. We provide that help. This service allows the caregiver, usually a spouse, a chance to run errands, make medical appointments, or just have some free time of their own. Sharon Cassidy, R.N. is the manager of the program. When asked about her work she says, “I love it here. My husband tells me

I’m having too much fun at work. Every day I’m blessed by having a chance to help people remain active, and prolong their ability to live at home. This is a great place; we treat each other like family here.” Before a person enters the Adult Day Service program, an evaluation is done to determine if the program is appropriate for the individual’s needs. The person must also be 60 years of age or older and live in Clermont County. Once accepted, an individual may attend the program from one to five days per week. Service is provided on a sliding scale and financial assistance is available for qualified participants. The center is in the Lois Brown Dale wing of the YMCA building on James E. Sauls Sr. Drive outside Batavia. Each day a hot lunch, and morning and afternoon snacks are served. Nurses

and trained home health aides are on staff to help with medications and personal needs. And transportation is available to every nook and cranny of Clermont County. Open house guests can observe general center activities and tour the facility, including the patio garden where participants can spend time outdoors in a safe setting, and those who are able can plant flowers and help maintain a raised flower bed. Displays offering information on The Welcome Center, as well as Clermont Senior Services, will be set up. If you have questions, a staff member will gladly answer them. So if you have some free time on your schedule Sept. 25, stop by the Welcome Center. RSVP by Sept. 21. For more information, call 536-4118. Linda Eppler is director of communications for Clermont Senior Services.

RELIGION Community Church of Nazarene

The church will host Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Chapter Ohio 2099 Batavia. Meetings are from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. each Thursday. The church is at 4650 Ohio 132, Batavia; 575-9155.

Eastgate Community Church

The church is hosting their annual church picnic from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, at Veteran’s Memorial Park, Union Township Glen Este, Withamsville and Clough Pike. It is open to the public. The event includes games, prizes, food and music. The church is at 4440 Ohio 132, Batavia; 943-3926.

Glen Este Church of Christ

The church is hosting an Antique and Classic Car Cruise-in from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. They will serve a free lunch, give out door prizes and there will be a DJ playing 1950s and 1960s music. The event is rain or shine. For more information, call 753-8223.

The church will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary Oct. 9, 10 and 11. Bruce Ross will speak at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. Eric Barton will speak at breakfast at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. Bill Stauter will speak at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. At the regular morning services Sunday, Oct. 11, Joe Kearns will speak at 8:30 a.m. and Chris Bushnell will speak at 10:30 a.m. The celebration will conclude with the annual church picnic at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, at Harsha Lake, East Fork State Park. The church is at 937 CincinnatiBatavia Pike, Glen Este; 7538223.

Laurel United Methodist

The church hosts Sunday School at 10 a.m. and church worship at 11 a.m. Sundays. The church is at 1888 Laurel-Lindale Road, Laurel; 553-3043.

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Sunday School 9:30am Morning Worship 10:45am Wednesday Night Worship & Prayer Service 7:00pm Nursery provided for all services/ Youth & Children’s Programs

UNITED METHODIST

752-3521

We’re trying a New Blend

CORNERSTONE BAPTIST CHURCH

513-732-1971

Pastor: Tom Bevers www.Cornerstone.ohbaptist.org

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MT REPOSE 6088 Branch Hill-Guinea Pike Ken Slaughter, Pastor Sunday School 9:45am - Worship 11am (nursery provided) Sunday Evening Service 6pm-Youth 6pm 513-575-1121 www.mtrepose.org

MONUMENTS BAPTIST CHURCH

2831 State Route 222 Mark Pence, Pastor 513-313-2401 Sunday School....9:30AM Sunday Worship....10:45AM Childrens Church & Nursery Avail Wednesday Prayer Service & Youth Meeting....7:00PM Nursery & Children’s Activities www.monumentsbaptist.org

BAPTIST BATAVIA BAPTIST TEMPLE

770 South Riverside, Batavia OH 45103 Raymond D. Jones, Pastor 732-2739

Sunday School 10am; Morning Worship 11am; Sunday Evening Service 6pm; Wednesday Eve. Prayer Service & Bible Study, 7:00pm

Reaching the Heart of Clermont County

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GOSHEN 1828 Woodville Pike • 625-5512 Pastor Junior V. Pitman Sunday Morning Worship – 10:00am Prayer Time – 5:30pm Sunday Evening – 6:00pm WED. Prayer & Bible Study – 7:00pm Nursery provided for all services

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF FELICITY

212 Prather Rd. Felicity, OH Pastor: Chad Blevins 876-2565 Sunday School 9:45am 10:45am Sunday Worship Sunday Eve. Childrens Mission 6:00pm Sunday Eve. Adult Discipleship 6:00pm Sunday Eve. Worship 7:00pm Wed. Eve. Adult Bible Study 7:00pm

1300 White Oak Road Amelia, Ohio 513-752-5265

101 South Lebanon Rd. Loveland, OH 45140 683-4244 Lead Pastor Jonathan Eilert Pastor Grant Eckhart Saturday Service 5:00pm Sunday Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00am Sunday School 9:30am http://www.princeofpeaceelca.org

CLOUGH PIKE BAPTIST CHURCH 1025 CLOUGH PIKE

CHURCH OF GOD HOUSE OF RESTORATION WORSHIP CENTER 1487 SR 131, Milford, OH Rev. Jeff Wolf 575-2011

Schedule of Services: Sunday School 9:00-9:45am; Sunday Morrning Celebration 10:00am - Nursery provided; Childrens Ministry 10:00; Sunday Evening Operation Great Commission 6:00pm; Wed - Bible Study 7:00pm; Wed. - Youth Group 7:00pm.

www.houseofrestoration.org

EPISCOPAL ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH & ST. THOMAS NURSERY SCHOOL

100 Miami Ave, Terrace Park,OH 831-2052 www.stthomasepiscopal.org Sunday 7:45am Rite I Eucharist 9:00am Rite 2 Eucharist For All People 11:15am Rite 2 Choral Eucharist Childcare Provided for all Eucharists

THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN 25 Amelia Olive Branch Rd.

Sunday 10:30am ... Holy Eucharist Handicap Accessible 513-753-4115 www.GoodSamaritanEpiscopal.org Ask us for information about Angel Food Ministries

Place orders by October 11 Pick up Oct 17, 10am-noon

EVANGELICAL FREE 5910 Price Road, Milford 831-3770 www.faithchurch.net

Services 8:00 am, 9:15 am & 11:00am Steve Lovellette, Senior Pastor Nursery proivided at all services

Take I-275 to exit 57 toward Milford, Right on McClelland, Right on Price, church soon on Right

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UNITED METHODIST

NAZARENE

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Bethel

SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES

Lutheran Church (ELCA)

Growing our Faith, Family & Friends Sunday Worship 10:00AM (Child Care Available) Sunday School (Ages 3-12) 9:30AM

PRINCE OF PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA)

SOUTHERN BAPTIST

Bible Based Teaching Christ-Centered Worship Family Style Fellowship Sunday School 9:45 am Worship 11:00am & 6:00 pm Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study 7:00 pm 2249 Old State Road 32, Batavia

513.768.8614

ROMAN CATHOLIC

Come Experience The Presence of the Lord In Our Services

www.cloughpike.com

Amelia United Methodist Church

2010 Wolfangel Rd., Anderson Twp. 513-231-4301 Sunday Worship: 10:30am with Childrens Church & Nursery PASTOR JONATHAN KOLLMANN

www.cloughchurch.org

EMMANUEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:00am Worship 10:30am Children’s Worship and Childcare 10:30am Corner of Old SR 74 and Amelia-Olive Branch Rd 732-1400 http://www.emmanuel-umc.com

6635 Loveland-Miamiville Rd. (across from Oasis Golf Course) Ph. 513-677-9866 www.epiphanyumc.org Contemporary Services: Saturdays 5pm & Sundays 9:00am Traditional Service: Sunday - 10:30 am

Faith United Methodist Church 180 North Fifth Street, Batavia, Ohio David W. Phaneuf - Minister 732-2027 Sunday School 9:15am; Worship 10:30am Nursery Provided United Methodist Youth, Men & Women Organizations Handicap Accessibility www.gbgm-umc.org//faith-batavia

“To Become and Make Disciples Of Christ”

Located at 19 East Main Street (St. Rt. 125 & Church St.) Amelia, Ohio

513.753.6770

Sunday School Class 9:30 a.m.

Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m.

Children’s & Junior Church During Service Infant / Toddler Nursery Available

AUMY! Youth Group grades 6 to 12

Sunday evenings 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Come Join Us…. Marc Quinter, Pastor

B elfast U n ited M eth o d ist C h u rch 2297 St. Rt. 131 Goshen, Ohio Rev. Ronald Slater, Pastor 724-2715 Sunday W orship 9:15am Sunday School 10:30am Nursery, Junior Church

BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 402 W. Plane St. Bethel, Ohio 513-734-7201 www.bumcinfo.org Sunday Worship 8:00 & 10:45am Contemporary Worship 9:30am Sunday School For All Ages: 9:30 & 10:45am Nursery Care for Age 3 & under Full Program for Children, Youth, Music, Small Groups & more Handicapped Accessible PASTORS: Bill Bowdle -Sr. Pastor Steve Fultz - Assoc. Pastor; Dustin Nimmo - Youth Pastor Janet Bowdle - Children’s Pastor

638 Batavia Pike Corner of Old St.Rt. 74 & Summerside Rd Phone: 513-528-3052 Pastor: Rev. Blossom Matthews Sunday Morning Worship: 8:30 & 10:40 Nursery Care Available Sunday School for all ages: 9:30 Web: www.Summerside-umc.org E-mail: Summerside_umc@yahoo.com

Church of the Nazarene Rev. Scott Wade, Senior Pastor Rev. Dale Noel, Chaplain & Care Pastor Mark Owen, Director of Music and Worship Mitch Scott, Director of Youth SUNDAY: Sunday School (All Ages)....................... 9:30am Celebration of Worship.........................10:30am Children’s Worship. (1st-6th Grades).................. ...........10:30am Bible Study............................................6:00pm Youth Worship........................................6:00pm Special Music each week Nursery Care Provided Handicapped Accessible MONDAY: Ladies’ Prayer Group.................10:30am WEDNESDAY: Adults Prayer Meeting............................7:00pm Youth Small Group - ages 12-18............7:00pm Small Groups meet in various locations and at different times throughout the week. S.Charity & E. Water Sts. Bethel, Ohio 45106 513-734-4204 Office: M-F 8:00am - 2:00pm E-mail: bethelnaz@fuse.net www.bethelnazarenechurch.org

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Sunday Morning 10:00AM

Contemporary Worship Practical Message Classes for Children & Teens Nursery Care Sunday 6:00PM Avalanche Youth Service Wednesday 7:00PM Bible Study (adults) / Avalanche Youth We have many other groups that meet on a regular basis 4050 Tollgate Rd, Williamsburg, OH 513-724-3341 www.cmcchurch.com Mark Otten, Pastor

Sunday Worship. 10:00am www.newsongohio.com

Looking for a Church That Loves Kids? Looking for Acceptance & Mercy?

vineyard eastgate community church Located @ 1005 Old S.R. 74 (@ Tealtown Rd. in Eastgate)

Sunday Services 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30 AM

513.753.1993 vineyardeastgate.org

PRESBYTERIAN (USA) LOVELAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH A Loving, Praying, Caring Church Join us for Sunday Services Worship Service........................10:00am Church School............................11:15am CONNECT Youth Service.............6-8pm Fellowship/Coffee Hour after Worship Nursery Provided/Youth Group Activities 360 Robin Ave. (off Oak St.), Loveland OH

683-2525

www.LPCUSA.org

LPCUSA@fuse.net

PRESBYTERIAN

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 199 Gay Street Williamsburg, Ohio 45176 Phone: 513-724-7985 Sunday School: 9:30A.M.

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Worship:10:30A.M.(SupervisedNursery) PRESCHOOL: Tues, Weds, Thurs

Welcomes Y You

Pastor: Rev. Duane A. Kemerley Youth Director- JD Young

Pastor: Michael Fite info: 753-3159 Meeting at WT Elementary 1/2 mile east of I-275 on SR 125

Nursery care provided www.calvin-pc.org

United Methodist Church

www.williamsburgumc.com

A New Life - A New Prospective A New Song

1177 West Ohio Pike (SR125)-Phone 752-2525 Sunday School 9:30am Worship 10:30am

Traditional Worship.......8:15am & 11:00am Contemporary Worship..................9:30am Sunday School...............................9:30am Nursery Available 5767 Pleasant Hill Rd (next to Milford Jr. High) 513-831-0262 www.trinitymilford.org

330 Gay Street, Williamsburg, OH 45176

4359 E. Bauman Lane | Batavia, OH 45103 Pastor, Troy P. Ervin

Amelia/Withamsville - 3mi. East of I-275

“Encircling People with God’s Love”

One block north of Main Street at 3rd 513-724-6305 WburgUMC@aol.com

513-735-2555

www.kingswayfellowship.com

CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Trinity United Methodist

Sunday Morning Schedule: 9AM - Worship: Traditional 10AM - Classes & Groups 11AM - Worship: Contemporary Nursery care provided

Morning Worship 9 a.m. & 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. High Voltage Youth 6 p.m.

WESLYAN FIRST CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST

A Loving Church in Jesus Name

Sunday School........................................10:00AM Sunday Morning Worship........................10:45AM Thurs Prayer & Bible Study......................7:00PM Nursery Provided for Sunday Morning Worship www.FirstChurchofJesusChrist.org 6208 Guinea Pike, Milford, Ohio 45150

Pastor: Melvin Moore Church: 513-575-5450

MULBERRY WESLEYAN CHURCH

949 SR Bus. 28, Milford 831-3218 Eric George, Pastor Rob Meyer, Youth Leader Kent Underwood, Minister of Worship & Music

Sunday School 9:30am Worship/Children’s Church 10:30am Sunday Equipping Hour 6:00pm Adult Bible Study/Youth/Kids Club 7:00pm WED ”A friendly Church for the Whole Family”


Incidents/investigations Assault

Female was assaulted at 235 Mulberry No. 38, Felicity, Aug. 22. Female was assaulted at 1111 Ohio 133 No. 47C, Felicity, Aug. 20.

Breaking and entering

Unlisted items taken at 2045 Ohio

52, Moscow, Aug. 23. Trespassing on property at 2606 Laurel Pt. Isabel, Moscow, Aug. 22.

Falsification

Unlisted property damaged at 2711 Ohio 232, Bethel, Aug. 19. Female reported this offense at 110 Market, Chilo, Aug. 25. Property damaged at 1204 Collier Road, Moscow, Aug. 24.

At Laurel Pt. Isabel Road, Moscow, Aug. 21. At Ireton Trees Road, Moscow, Aug. 13.

Fraud

Criminal trespass

Trespassing on property at 1840 U.S.

Domestic violence

False information given to avoid traffic ticket at 1700 block of Jones Florer, Bethel, Aug. 21. Male stated ID used with no authorization at 3159 Ohio 133, Bethel, Aug. 17. Male stated ID used with no authorization at 1986 Jones Florer, Bethel, Aug. 18.

Drug possession

K-9 alert during traffic stop at 900 block of Ohio 133, Felicity, Aug. 25.

IN THE COURTS Filings

William D. Reynolds vs. Hostanosas JC Dr. Inc., et al., professional tort Curt C. Hartman vs. Robert J. Gehring, et al., other tort Jeffery Fox vs. Central Mutual Insurance Company, et al., other tort Robin F. Render vs. Deborah c. Whelan and Jeff L. Turner, other tort Ronald Bryant vs. William Barrett, et al., other tort Marc Rycek vs. Kathleen R. Witt, other tort Progressive Specialty Insurance Company, et al. vs. Samuel C. Larkins, other tort Donald J. King vs. Daniel Williams, other tort Karen Miller vs. Robert Kelsey, et al., other tort Alice Fisher vs. Pines Condominium Homeowners Association and Paul F. Knue, other tort Marlyn F. Weaver vs. K Investments Limited and Marsha P. Ryan, worker’s compensation Teresa Cahall vs. Marsha Ryan Administrator, worker’s compensation Damon L. Manton vs. Marsha Ryan Administrator, worker’s compensation Teresa Cahall vs. Marsha Ryan Administrator and AW Industries Inc., worker’s compensation Damon L. Manton vs. Marsha Ryan Administrator and Digi Com Systems LLC, worker’s compensation Robert F. Mclees vs. John Panetta Excavating Inc. and Administrator Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation, worker’s compensation Debra M. Caudill vs. Marsha P. Ryan Administrator, et al., worker’s compensation Everhome Mortgage Company vs. Guy Wesley Stone, et al., foreclosure First Financial Bank successor by merger vs. Marilyn A.M. Jones, et al., foreclosure RBS Citizens NA vs. Thomas O. Deighen, et al., foreclosure Bank of New York Mellon FKA The Bank of New York vs. Joseph a. Gullett and Arica Morgan Gullett, foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Brian M. Parmertor, et al., foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Brian A. Blakley, et al., foreclosure Deutsche Bank National Trust Company vs. Marion D. Scott, et al., foreclosure JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. Jeffri E. Fritz, et al., foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Richard J. Blomer, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA ND vs. Glen W. Jones Jr., et al., foreclosure National City Bank vs. Robert E. Knauber and J Robert True treasurer of Clermont County, foreclosure Bank of New York Mellon vs. Arlene Spears, et al., foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Michael Sparks and Mortgage Electronic Systems Inc., foreclosure JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. Boone Vernon Jr., et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. John Alexander Jones and Wells Fargo Bank NA, foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Eric R. Blyberg, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Authur Bush, et al., foreclosure Huntington National Bank vs. First Cincinnati Leasing 2000 LLC, et al., foreclosure JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. Michael Wiesmore, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Thomas M. Reichardt, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Teddy Montague, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Gretchen Honaker, foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Michael S. Mikles, foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Chad W. Wells and Mary E. Wells, foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Helen C. Corcoran, et al., foreclosure Dollar Bank FSB vs. Robert E. Martin, et al., foreclosure GMAC Mortgage LLC vs. David G. Sutton, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Jon P. Newell, et al., foreclosure MTGLQ Investors LP vs. Leslie Proctor and Karen Proctor, foreclosure JAC Construction LLC vs. Arnold Estates Development LLC, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Nathan Lacey, et al., foreclosure

Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. David J. Sweeting and Kathryn C. Sweeting, foreclosure Midfirst Bank vs. Michael E. Moore, et al., foreclosure GMAC Mortgage LLC vs. David G. Sutton, et al., foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Marsha V. Lawson, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. David J. Sweeting and Kathryn C. Sweeting, foreclosure Midfirst Bank vs. Michael E. Moore, et al., foreclosure Bethel Building and Loan Company vs. William K. Slusher, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Joseph P. Thesken and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc., foreclosure Truman P. Young and Associates Inc. vs. Saltair Properties LTD, et al., foreclosure Wells Fargo Bank NA vs. Shawnda R. Hansel, et al., foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. Timothy Miracle, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Ronald E. Barnes, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Asghar Neysari, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Michael R. Mullins, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs.

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Leslie W. Perry, et al., foreclosure BAC Home Loans Servicing LP vs. Bryan J. Stepp, et al., foreclosure JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. Michael D. Early, foreclosure U.S. Bank NA vs. William A. Cantrell, et al., foreclosure Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Matthew C. Stock, et al., foreclosure J. Robert True vs. Gilbert Gumbert, et al., foreclosure Fifth Third Mortgage Company vs. Patrick Lenga, foreclosure JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. James Gregory, et al., foreclosure Deutsche Bank National Trust Company vs. Edward F. Dumont, et al., foreclosure Advantage Bank vs. SLJ Investments LLC and Clermont County Treasurer, foreclosure M and I Bank vs. Richard Joseph Kemper Jr. and Cincinnati Savings, foreclosure Bank of America vs. Melissa Bobbitt, et al., foreclosure Chase Home Finance LLC vs. Randy L. Mason, et al., foreclosure Eric Fisher vs. Stonelick Township, administrative appeal Beneficial Ohio Inc. vs. Floyd D. Webb, other civil Capital One Bank USA NA vs. Todd E. Burns and Sibcy Cline Northeast,

other civil Farm Credit Services of Mid America PCA vs. Vicki Gene Acord, other civil Summit County Day School Inc. vs. John Henry Mederer II and Michele Mederer, other civil Summit Country Day School Inc. vs. Michael W. Ward and Marilyn G. Ward, other civil St. Elizabeth Medical Center Inc. vs. Jennifer Hill and John Hill, other civil E.B. Miller Contracting Inc. vs. Epoch Inc., other civil CACH LLC vs. David Holt Jr., other civil HSBC Bank Nevada NA vs. Joseph W. Doyle, other civil Vicky Martin and Michael Martin vs. State of Ohio Department of Administrative Service, et al., other civil Beneficial Ohio Inc. vs. Lynn E. Rohr, other civil SLM Financial Corporation vs. Wayne S. Walton, other civil

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Public indecency

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Male exposed himself at 352 Ohio 133, Felicity, Aug. 19.

Theft

Unlisted items taken at 1901 Cler-

Pierce Point

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ESTATE

POLICE REPORTS

133, Bethel, Aug. 19. Unlisted items taken at 309 Forest Ave., Neville, Aug. 17.

Criminal damage

REAL

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Bethel Journal

From B7 Capital One Bank USA NA vs. Richard A. Davidson, other civil FIA Card Services NA vs. Sonia L. Smith, other civil Tracy L. Toward vs. Ronald Ward and Roberta Ward, other civil JP Morgan Chase Bank NA vs. Brock Drywall Services Inc. and Charles Brock, other civil

Divorce

In the courts

September 17, 2009

Christina M. Burns vs. Waylon M. Burns Sharon Little vs. Todd G. Little James R. Mills vs. Tammy L. Mills Daniel M. Crow vs. Nancy J. Crow Candace Lemke vs. Jacob Lemke Geoffrey James Davis vs. Brittany Nichole Davis Harry E. Lohr vs. Deborah Lohr Noah Rowell vs. Kristin Rowell Mary Ellen Giltz vs. Russell D. Giltz Jeffrey Alan Rigg vs. Deborah J. Rigg Thomas McCollum vs. Deborah

Kathleen M. Leanna vs. George M. Leanna Brian M. Kuch vs. Ann Kuch Heather Lamb Cromwell vs. John Gregory Vance Fletcher Waugh vs. Amber Waugh

McCollum Victoria McCracken vs. Patrick McCracken Todd Allen Schweitzer vs. Patricia Ann Schweitzer Edward J. Krieg vs. Jenny Carpenter Krieg

Dissolution

Indictments

Rose Honican vs. Aaron Honican David Matthew Brown vs. Cheryl Jean Brown Kelly Sue Engel vs. Thomas Frank Engel Emily Dianne Croswait vs. Dale Lee Croswait Tammy A. Wesley vs. Robert E. Wesley Lisa Jane Lavoie vs. Donald Joseph Lavoie Todd E. Allen vs. Lisa Allen Susan Bowen vs. James Bowen Debra Thompson vs. Christopher Thompson Kevin A. Naji vs. Zuliana Erika Naji Maria C. Taylor vs. David M. Taylor

The following people have been indicted by the Clermont County grand jury to the Court of Common Pleas. This means members of the grand jury decided enough evidence has been collected to warrant filing charges. Alan F. Benjamin, 32, at large, burglary, theft, Milford Police. Charles Scott Goodin, 42, 7489 Ohio 123, Blanchester, theft from an elderly person, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Christina Lynn Heuberger, 31, 1420 Raschill Road, Hamersville, nonsupport of dependents, Clermont County Department of Support

Enforcement. Natasha Nicole Currier, 27, 7232 N. 27th Ave. A 217, Phoenix, Ariz., non-support of dependents, Clermont County Department of Support Enforcement. Matthew Harold Parmater, 41, 158 W. North Broadway St., Columbus, non-support of dependents, Clermont County Department of Support Enforcement. Michael B. Keller, 23, 2017 Hopkins Ave., unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, East Fork State Park. Leslie R. Carney, 37, 5410 Karen Ave., Cincinnati, theft of drugs, Goshen Police. Paul C. Daniels, 45, 442 Eastwood Drive, Batavia, operation while under the influence of alcohol or drugs or with certain concentrations of alcohol or drugs in specific bodily substances, failure to comply with order or signal of police department, driving under OVI suspension, Clermont County Sheriff’s

Office. Michael Paul Gray, 33, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Mary Helen Woodrey, 50, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Belinda L. Gray, 50, conspiracy to commit aggravated murder, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Brandon L. Harris, 19, 1642 Ohio 133 N., Blanchester, trafficking in marijuana, Miami Township Police. Anthony W. Young, 32, 5460 Beechmont Ave. #116, Cincinnati, forgery, criminal simulation, Union Township Police Department. Annette Yaden, 51, 1250 Jenkins Drive, Batavia, theft from an elderly person, Union Township Police Department. Crystal N. Frye, 24, 499 Old Boston Road, Batavia, receiving stolen property, Union Township Police Department. Bobby D. Martin, 34, 379 Seneca

Drive, Batavia, importuning, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Angela Marie Hodges, 40, 3884 Magnolia Drive, Amelia, aggravated possession of drugs, Clermont County Sheriff’s Office. Antonio Brumfield, 33, 2750 Erlene Drive #1108, Cincinnati, trafficking in heroin, Narcotics Unit. Robert D. Howe, 33, 4281 LeBeau Drive, Cincinnati, illegal cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana, Narcotics Unit. Michael D. Stewart, 45, 4019 Vining Drive Apt. 145, Cincinnati, failure to appear, Prosecutor’s Office.

Appeals

The following decisions were rendered through the Twelfth District Court of Appeals. Interested persons are urged to obtain copies of actual decisions by visiting the court’s

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RAVENWOOD CASTLE: A MOST UNUSUAL GETAWAY Visit a “medieval castle” on a high hilltop on 115 secluded and forested acres of the most beautiful area of Southeast Ohiothe Hocking Hills! Owners Sue & Jim Maxwell are creating the most unusual guest experience of stepping back 800 years in a reconstruction of a “12th century Norman castle.” The Maxwells have traveled throughout England & Scotland & have always loved castles & the medieval era. Although the building is new, the couple has been collecting architectural antiques for several years. Each guest room or suite has a stained glass window, usually in the bedroom, a Victorian fireplace mantel with a gas log unit, antique light fixtures and some have beautiful old doors. The wood mouldings around the door & windows & the 5 stairways are inspired by centuries old motifs from Great Britain’s stately homes & castles. Most rooms also have a French door with a balcony, private deck overlooking the forest. There are also “medieval” themed cottages with fireplaces and whirlpools. Ravenwood has

Arrive Friday Night to see Our Fire Works! Spend an evening in the park for an Iron Pour Hosted by the Columbus Area Arts Council Watch as artisans create works of art with molten iron! Free to the public

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776 Old St. Rte 74

1350 W. Ohio Pike, Amelia, Ohio or Call 513-753-1191

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• Early Entry deadline September 17 • Events for everyone • 15k run • 5k run/walk 15k is a RRCA Indiana • Kids Fun Run Championship Event

Several apartment sizes and floor plans to choose from.

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Course winds through historic downtown neighborhood streets and wooded, paved trails through two river front parks.

• Restaurant style dining • Studio, 1 Bdrm & 2 Bdrm • 7 different floor plans • Services to meet your needs • Fun, active social life • Locally Owned

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CAROLINA CARPORTS Wood by DURA BUILT and Metal Structures Portable Buildings Certified Carports Wood-Vinyl-Painted Garages RV/Boat Sizes from 8X10 Covers Storage to 12X30 Buildings Free Delivery One of the largest & Setup Manufacturers Buy or Rent to Own No Credit Check in United States

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EASTGATE VILLAGE The Best in Retirement Living!

its own food service for guests, so they can spend their entire visit immersed in solitude if they wish, surrounded by tall trees, huge rocks, the castle‘s own hiking trails and plenty of peace and quiet. Or guests can drive the few miles to outside attractions & other dramatic scenery in the Hocking Hills. Ravenwood offers popular “murder mystery” weekends and also plans “medieval dinners”, getaway workshops, and other special events. Facilities are also perfect for small weddings and other festive occasions. The building has no steps into the 1st floor level - a “drawbridge” leads from the driveway to the massive front door and the first floor guest rms. Nearby are caves, waterfalls, lots of hiking trails, a scenic railway, arts & crafts studios & shop, antique malls and much more. There are often midweek discounts and a special “Royal Family” Adventure Package in the summer.

For info call 800-477-1541 or visit www.ravenwoodcastle.com

BED AND BREAKFAST THE DOOLIN HOUSE INN. Premier Inn. Gourmet breakfast. Minutes from Lake Cumberland. Join us for a romantic weekend/women’s retreat. 606-678-9494 doolinhouse.com

513.768.8614

FLORIDA

BeautifulBeach.com leads you to NW Florida’s Beach Vacation Rentals along the beaches of South Walton. Luxurious gulf-front homes, seaside condos and cottages. Dune Allen Realty, 50 yrs of excellent service and accommodations. 888-267-2121 or visit www.BeautifulBeach.com

Beautiful Seagrove Beach Rent & Relax. Nr Destin, between famous Seaside & Rosemary Beach. Cozy Cottages to Gulf Front Condos. Web Specials. 1-800-537-5387 www.garrettbeachrentals.com

CLEARWATER - Indian Rocks Beach 2br, 2ba Gulf Front condo. Heated pool, balcony. Many up grades. 513-771-1373, 260-3208 www.go-qca.com/condo

DAYTONA BEACH Feb 13 through Feb 20, 11 mi. to Daytona Speedway! Fantasy Island Resort, efficiency condo on beach, sleeps 2-4, pool. Near many attrac tions. $950 negotiable. 513-471-1208 DESTIN. Edgewater Beach Condos on the Gulf. 1-3 BR, beachfront, pvt balconies, FREE wi-fi, beach set-up & fitness center. New massage/facial salon, 2 pools (1 heated), area golf & deep sea fishing. $20 gift cert to poolside grill (weekly renters, in season). Pay for 3, 4 or 5 nights & receive one additional night free! 800-8224929, www.edgewaterbeach.com

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FLORIDA LONGBOAT KEY . Amazing 2 br, 2 ba beach-to-bay condo, private beach, tennis, fishing, bikes, kayaks, deck. Local owner. Great fall rates, short-term notice! 513-662-6678 www.bayportbtc.com (Unit 829)

FLORIDA

VENICE. Beautifully furnished 2BR, 2BA ranch with lake view, ga rage. 5 mi. to Venice Beach. Close to golf courses and Sarasota. $2500/mo. Discount for multiple months. Local owner, 859-746-9220, 653-9602

INDIANA Luxuriate on the amazing Gulf beaches of ANNA MARIA ISLAND Super fall rates, just $499/wk + tax. Book early for winter! 513-236-5091 ww.beachesndreams.net

MARCO ISLAND The Chalet, 3 Bdrm, 3 Ba, on the beach. Pool, tennis, beautiful sunsets. Three month rental minimum. Avail Nov. thru April for $7000/mo. Local owner. 513-315-1700

SANIBEL ISLAND Quality, beachfront condos. Excellent service! Great rates! www.SanibelIslandVacations.com 1-888-451-7277

MICHIGAN

LEELANAU VACATION RENTALS Over 120 condos, cottages and homes on Lake Michigan, Glen Lake and other inland lakes. Call 231-334-6100 or visit www.leelanau.com/vacation

NEW YORK MANHATTAN--NYC HOTEL $129/2 persons. Singles $124. Suites $139-$159. Lincoln Ctr area, Hudson River views, 18 flrs, kitchenette, 5 mins to midtown, safe, quiet, luxury area. RIVERSIDE TOWER, Riverside & 80th St. Call 1-800-724-3136 or visit: www.riversidetowerhotel.com

EMERALD ISLE. Ocean Front luxury vacation homes with community pool. Call for free brochure. 800-245-7746 Spinnaker’s Reach Realty www.SpinnakersReach.com

SOUTH CAROLINA

BUS TOURS BRANSON. Christmas Show Tour, Nov. 29-Dec. 5, $650 pp. Includes transportation, hotels & most meals. WASHINGTON, D.C. - Cherry Blossom Time, Mar 26-29. Only $425 pp. NIAGARA FALLS & TORONTO - June 21-25, $499 pp. CincyGroupTravel, 513-245-9992 www.grouptrips.com/cincy

DESTIN. New, furnished 2 br, 2 ba condo, golf, pools, dazzling Gulf view. Available weekly Sept/Oct.; monthly Nov/Dec. 30% off! 513-561-4683 Visit arieldunes.us or twcondo.us EAST COAST, NEW SMYRNA BEACH Luxurious oceanfront condos & vacation homes. Closest & best beach to Dinsey. Ocean Properties Vacation Rentals 800-728-0513 www.oceanprops.com

N. MYRTLE BEACH Coastal Condos, Inc. 1-4 bdrm oceanfront & ocean view units. Call 1-800-951-4880 or visit www.coastalcondos.com SEABROOK EXCLUSIVES Villas & Private Homes. Ocean, golf, tennis, equestrian. Pet friendly rentals. Free brochure. Book online! 888-718-7949. www.seabrookexclusives.com

TENNESSEE BROWN COUNTY Be renewed by fall’s magnificent colors! Delight your family with a visit to Indiana’s autumn haven and family playground! Comfort Inn, in the ! of all of Nashville’s attractions. 812-988-6118 choicehotels.com

NORTH CAROLINA SEBRING - Winner’s Nest In the ! of Florida, near 6 golf cours es! 3BR, 2BA, fully equip duplex incls washer/dryer, 2 car garage. Available daily, weekly or monthly. For rates & availability 863-557-4717

SOUTH CAROLINA

1-7 Affordable, Deluxe Chalets & Cabin Rentals. Pigeon Forge in the Smokies. Vacation/Dollywood Specials. Free brochure. Call 1-800-833-9987. www.firesidechalets.com

A Beautiful Cabin Getaway Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge.Hot tub, jacuzzi, fireplace, gas grill. $85/nt, 5 nt special $375. 800-793-8699. smokymtncrossrdrentals.com A Beautiful Luxury Log Cabin Resort minutes from Dollywood & Pigeon Forge! Great amenities, pet friendly cabins. Excellent rates! Call now or visit us online www.hiddenspringsresort.com 1-888-HSR-TENN (477-8366) CHALET VILLAGE www.chaletvillage.com Cozy cabins to luxurious chalets Fully furnished, hot tubs, pool tables. Check SPECIALS, availability and book online 24/7, or call 1-800-722-9617 GATLINBURG. Affordable rates. Fully furnished. 1-8 bdrms. Chalets, Cabins, Privacy, Views, Hot Tubs, Jacuzzis, Fireplaces. 1-800-235-2661 www.alpinechaletrentals.com www.AUNTIEBELHAMS.com Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge. Vacation in a beautiful log cabin or chalet with hot tub, Jacuzzi, views & pool tables. Call about specials! 800-436-6618

TIME SHARES SIESTA KEY Condos 2 & 3 bedrm, 2 bath, directly on world-famous Crescent Beach. Owner offers Great Fall Specials thru November! 847-931-9113

HILTON HEAD. Beautiful 1BR, 1BA condo on beach near Coligny. Sleeps six. Great Reduced Rates! Sept-Oct and March-May, $550/wk; Nov-Feb, $400/wk or $900/mo. Call local owner, 513-829-5099

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Bethel Journal

September 17, 2009

DEATHS Rebekah Anne Gorsuch

Rebekah “Bec” Anne Gorsuch, 23, of Johnstown, Ohio, and formerly of Bethel died Sept. 6. She was employed by SST Bearings, Loveland. She played softball on many different teams at Expressway Park, Milford. Survived by mother, Ileda (nee Meade) Gorsuch; brothers and sisters, Robert Lee (Rachell Erin) Gorsuch, Julie Marie (Amery) Brenly, Timothy Steven, James Samuel, Abigail, Lindsey Gorsuch, Chris (Amy) Preston and Joy Preston; special friends, Laura Conover and Noah Reynaldo; maternal grandmother, Virgie Meade; maternal grandfather, Lee Roy (Sylvia) Meade; paternal grandmother, Ann Gorsuch; nieces and nephews, Nevaeh JoRae, Arron Lee Gorsuch, Alexis, Aldon, Allyssa, and Aleyah Brenly, Madison, Carter, and Jayvohn Preston; also survived be a large extended family. Preceded in death

Nicholas Scott Boeckmann, 15, of Felicity died Sept. 4. Survived by parents, Scott and Michelle Boeckmann; brothers, Chris and Jared Boeckmann; maternal grandparents, Bob and Kathy Eubanks, and Sharon Eubanks and Larry Richardson; great-grandparents, Debra Rose Eubanks and George and Bonny Lyon, and Dolores Lyon; paternal grandmother, Donna Boeckmann; uncle, Bobby Eubanks; aunts, Ginny Wynn and Karen Hudson; and numerous cousins. Preceded in death by paternal grandfather, Ralph Boeckmann. Services were Sept. 7 at Felicity Christian Church. Memorials to: Felicity Christian Church, Youth Activities, P.O. Box 102, Felicity, OH 45120.

Richard Benjamin Hess

Richard Benjamin Hess, 83, of Milford died Sept. 2. Survived by wife, Norma Lee (nee Perkins) Hess; children, Richard (Jenanne) Hess of New Richmond, Susan (Jim) Murphy of Blue Ash and David (Deanna) Hess of Bethel; grandchildren, Jessica Feliwoka, Jay Hess, Brian and Lisa Murphy, and Tristan and Tyler Hess. Services were Sept. 9 at Graceland Memorial Gardens. Memorials to: American Legion Post 450, 450 Victor Stier Drive, Milford, OH 45150.

REAL ESTATE Clermont County real estate transfer information is provided as a public service by the office of Clermont County Auditor Linda L. Fraley.

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP

3567 Ohio 774, U.S. Bank National Assoc., as trustee to Greg Neal, 5.01 acre, $113,000. Ohio 774, Jason & Jessica Ormes to Greg Neal, 10.02 acre, $39,500.

Painter Fork Drive, David & Tracy Little to Louis Stultz Jr., 5.01 acre, $25,000.

MOSCOW VILLAGE

214 Second St., John Corbin, et al. to Richard Hall, 0.254 acre, $7,000.

TATE TOWNSHIP

trustee to Andrew & Bryar Gullett, 4.265 acre, $99,000. 1893 Jones-Florer Road, Russell & Mary Durbin to Jason & Trisha Hurst, 1 acre, $75,000. 1777 Ohio 774, Jeffrey Stegman to Russell & Mary Durbin, 7.311 acre, $27,500. 3097 South Bantam Road, Charles Reardon to Mike & Patricia Brown, 15.29 acre, $175,000.

2812 Campbell Lane, Mary Burgess,

E. Chris Ryan, Cincinnati, alter, 243 Union St., Bethel Village. Mary Liming, Felicity, trailer, lot 14, 939 Ohio 133, Franklin Township. Herbert Byrd, Bethel, garage, 310 Sunset Drive, Tate Township, $3,500. Keith Stamper, Bethel, deck, 3132 Ohio 133, Tate Township, $4,000.

Betty Bayse, New Richmond, HVAC, 2725 Davis Road, Tate Township. Jeffery Monde, Hamersville, alter, 1887 Antioch Road, Tate Township.

Commercial

Kingdom Productions Inc., Batavia, sign, 690 W. Plane St., Bethel Village.

Web site, www.twelfth.courts.state.oh.us\new decisions.asp so that the full text of the court’s opinions can be carefully read. In the matter of: State of Ohio ex rel. River City Capital, L.P. vs. Board of Clermont County Commissioners,

et al., presiding judge H.J. Bressler, judges Stephen W. Powell and Robert A. Hendrickson. The appeals court affirmed the decision of Clermont County Court of Common Pleas. In the matter of: S.K.G., presiding judge H.J. Bressler, judges Stephen W. Powell and William W. Young. The appeals court affirmed the

The following distribution of the Local Government Support Entitlement Fund for 2010 was made by the Clermont County Budget Commission August 31, 2009 in accordance with Section 5745.53 of the Ohio Revised Code: ESTIMATED 2010 86,167.81 42,899.00 93,295.79 32,530.53 174,147.82 74,867.16 21,257.41 49,884.54 40,616.83 65,478.71 180,155.43 20,233.84 50,051.07 39,366.80

% DISTR. 2.035725 1.013494 2.204124 0.768538 4.114263 1.768746 0.502209 1.178528 0.959578 1.546942 4.256194 0.478027 1.182463 0.930045

970,952.74

22.939

116,664.27 85,649.54 148,589.83 17,510.90 70,200.94 95,244.36 290,957.76 44,533.66 18,289.06 136,673.01 29,399.16 95,740.50 57,572.48

2.756208 2.023481 3.510453 0.413697 1.658506 2.250160 6.873912 1.052113 0.432081 3.228916 0.694559 2.261881 1.360157

TOTAL

1.207,025.47

28.516

COUNTY TOTAL

2,054,804.24

GRAND TOTAL

4,232,782.45

TOWNSHIPS BATAVIA FRANKLIN GOSHEN JACKSON MIAMI MONROE OHIO PIERCE STONELICK TATE UNION WASHINGTON WAYNE WILLIAMSBURG

MUNICIPALITIES

Elizabeth Menrath, Bethel, garage, 6016 Felicity Meadows, Franklin Township, $10,000. Jon Zeuch, Felicity, pole barn, 3288 Ohio 52, Franklin Township, $11,000. Charles Janson, Hamersville, garage, 2007 Antioch Road, Tate Township, $5,500.

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decision of Clermont County Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division. In the matter of: State of Ohio vs. Christian D. Bice, presiding judge Stephen W. Powell, judges William W. Young and Robert A. Hendrickson. The appeals court affirmed the decision of Clermont County Court of Common Pleas.

AMELIA BATAVIA BETHEL CHILO FELICITY LOVELAND MILFORD MOSCOW NEVILLE NEW RICHMOND NEWTONSVILLE OWENSVILLE WILLIAMSBURG

Linda L. Fraley Secretary, Clermont County Budget Commission

LEGAL NOTICE

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF NEW RICHMOND LIGHT ASHBURN BUILDING 102 WILLOW ST. NEW RICHMOND, OHIO 45157 Sealed BIDS will be received by the Village of New Richmond for the Clarifier Rehabilitation Project. All workmanship and materials are to be in accordance with the Contract Documents, which may be examined at the following locations: Environmental Engineering Service 3575 Columbia Rd Lebanon, Ohio 45036 (513) 934-1512

Village of New Richmond Light Ashburn Building 102 Willow St. New Richmond, Ohio 45157

Dodge Reports 7265 Kenwood Rd. Suite 200 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-6001 (513) 345-8200

Dodge Reports 3077 S. Kettering Blvd., Suite 104 Dayton, Ohio 45419 (937) 298-7378

Separate sealed BIDS will be received for the Clarifier Rehabilitation Project; At the Light Ashburn Building, Village of New Richmond, 102 Willow St., New Richmond, Ohio 45157 until 12:00 PM (Local Time) on the 29th day of September 2009 at which time all BIDS will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bidders shall accompany their BIDS with a Bid Guaranty in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the maximum amount bid or a Certified Check or Cashier’s Check for 10% of the bid for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the bid date and in accordance with ORC 153.54. Each Proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties submitting the proposal and all persons interested therein. Each bidder must submit evidence of its experience on projects of similar size and complexity. All contractors and subcontractors involved with the project will, to the extent practicable use Ohio Products, materials, services and labor in the implementation of their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123, the Governor’s Executive Order of 1972, and Governor’s Executive Order 84-9 shall be required. Bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements on Clermont County, Ohio as determined by the Ohio Department of Industrial Relations and/or the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act as determined by the Secretary of Labor (ORC 41 15.04). “DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION 153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.” (SEC. 153.011 (E).) The Village of New Richmond reserves the right to reject any and all bids, delete any portion or portions thereof or to waive any irregularities in the bidding. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained from the office of Environmental Engineering Service, 3575 Columbia Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036. A non-refundable fee of $50.00 for each set of Plans and Specifications is required. All checks shall be made payable to ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICE. Project construction for these contracts shall be completed within 210 days after the date to be specified in the Notice To Proceed. Said contract will be let to the lowest and the best bidder. BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE OF NEW RICHMOND

PUBLIC NOTICE The following Storage units from Stronghold of Eastgate will be sold at public auction by Don Bates Auctioneers, at 758 old State Route 74, Cincinnati Ohio 45245 on September 29th, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. and will continue until all units are sold. The unit number, name and last known address are as follows: Unit 081, Terry Schneider, 4418 Arrowhead, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808. 500285

LEGAL NOTICE LINDA L. FRALEY CLERMONT COUNTY AUDITOR SECRETARY OF THE BUDGET COMMISSION

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BUILDING PERMITS Residential

LEGAL NOTICE BRYAN SCOTT BIN# 507 & 508 5492 COUNTRY LN MILFORD, OH 45150 You are hereby notified that your personal property stored at Day Heights Storage, Milford, OH will be sold for payment due. 1001500386

by father, Steven Lee Gorsuch; brother, William Jonathan Gorsuch; and paternal grandfather, Robert Hill Gorsuch. Services were Sept. 12 at the Genoa Baptist Church, Westerville, Ohio.

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LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Clermont Metropolitan Housing Authority, Clermont County Ohio is seeking proposals from qualified attorneys to handle legal activities of the agency. Legal services required by the Authority would include public housing evictions, tenant grievance hearings and contract agreements. The Authority is a federally funded, non-profit organization that offers subsidized rental assistance to low income families and individuals. Currently the Authority operates 219 Public Housing units and 891 Section 8 units. Requests for Proposals are available by contacting Sarah Kincaid, Executive Director at (513) 732-6010. Proposals are due by 4:30 p.m., Friday, September 25,2009. Equal Opportunity Employer Equal Housing Opportunity 1001501010

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VILLAGE OF NEW RICHMOND LIGHT ASHBURN BUILDING 102 WILLOW ST. NEW RICHMOND, OHIO 45157 Sealed BIDS will be received by the Village of New Richmond for the Sanitary Sewer Lining Project - Phase I. All workmanship and materials are to be in accordance with the Contract Documents, which may be examined at the following locations: Environmental Engineering Service 3575 Columbia Rd Lebanon, Ohio 45036 (513) 934-1512

Village of New Richmond Light Ashburn Building 102 Willow St. New Richmond, Ohio 45157

Dodge Reports 7265 Kenwood Rd. Suite 200 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-6001 (513) 345-8200

Dodge Reports 3077 S. Kettering Blvd., Suite 104 Dayton, Ohio 45419 (937) 298-7378

Separate sealed BIDS will be received for the Sanitary Sewer Lining Project - Phase I; At the Light Ashburn Building, Village of New Richmond, 102 Willow St., New Richmond, Ohio 45157 until 12:00 PM (Local Time) on the 29th day of September 2009 at which time all BIDS will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bidders shall accompany their BIDS with a Bid Guaranty in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the maximum amount bid or a Certified Check or Cashier’s Check for 10% of the bid for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the bid date and in accordance with ORC 153.54. Each Proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties submitting the proposal and all persons interested therein. Each bidder must submit evidence of its experience on projects of similar size and complexity. The owner intends and requires that this project be completed no later than November 15, 2010. All contractors a nd subcontractors involved with the project will, to the extent practicable use Ohio Products, materials, services and labor in the implementation of their project. Additionally, contractor compliance with the equal employment opportunity requirements of Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 123, the Governor’s Executive Order of 1972, and Governor’s Executive Order 84-9 shall be required. Bidders must comply with the prevailing wage rates on Public Improvements on Clermont County, Ohio as determined by the Ohio Department of Industrial Relations and/or the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act as determined by the Secretary of Labor (ORC 4115.04). “DOMESTIC STEEL USE REQUIREMENTS AS SPECIFIED IN SECTION 153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE APPLY TO THIS PROJECT. COPIES OF SECTION 153.001 OF THE REVISED CODE CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ANY OF THE OFFICES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES.” (SEC. 153.011 (E).) The Village of New Richmond reserves the right to reject any and all bids, delete any portion or portions thereof or to waive any irregularities in the bidding. Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained from the office of Environmental Engineering Service, 3575 Columbia Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036. A non-refundable fee of $50.00 for each set of Plans and Specifications is required. All checks shall be made payable to ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SERVICE. Project construction for these contracts shall be completed within 210 days after the date to be specified in the Notice To Proceed. Said contract will be let to the lowest and the best bidder. BY ORDER OF THE VILLAGE OF NEW RICHMOND

These Ordinances and Resolutions may be viewed in the Clerk’s Office, 102 Willow Street, New Richmond, Ohio during regular business hours. Donna Hammons, Clerk of Council RESOLUTION 2009-20 AUTHORIZING THE VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR TO SUBMIT A STATE ISSUE TWO, OHIO PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION (OPWC) GRANT APPLICATION FOR THE WATER PLANT HIGH SERVICE PUMP REPLACEMENT PROJECT AND COMMITTING A LOCAL FUNDING MATCH AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY Adopted: August 11, 2009 ORDINANCE 2009-40 AMENDING THE APPROPRIATIONS: GENERAL FUND - $251,978; WATER FUND - $135,400; DETENTION POND $7,000; SEWER CLARIFIER - $76,500; SEWER COLLECTION REHAB $322,350; WILLOW STREET PARK $173,250; AUGUSTA STREET BOAT DOCK PHASE II - $113,984; POLICE CRUISER - $38,000 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY Adopted: August 25, 2009 ORDINANCE 2009-41 ENTERING INTO A DEPOSITORY AGREEMENT WITH RIVER HILLS BANK AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY Adopted: August 25, 2009 RESOLUTION 2009-21 CREATING FUNDS: SANITARY SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM REHAB; WILLOW STREET PARK; AUGUSTA STREET BOAT DOCK IMPROVEMENTS PHASE II; POLICE CRUISER AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY Adopted: August 25, 2009 1001501403


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Bethel Journal

September 17, 2009

Is your fuel provider working hard to deliver the best value for your family? Auxier Gas works hard, 24/7/365, to keep your family safe and warm.

Auxier G

If you are approached with an offer from another fuel company that sounds too good to be true, Auxier encourages you to consider the following: nd equipment in your area • Do they have backup trucks and

• MOST IMPORTANT: Is their staff experienced, well

in case of breakdowns?

trained and certified in all safety and environmental procedures and regulations? Auxier’s professionals are certified and knowledgeable about safety and environmental regulatory compliance. No fuel discounter has anywhere near Auxier’s experience.

ce? What happens if • Do they have liability insurance? something is damaged on your property?

• Does this company have a local office? How far are their delivery people from your home? Where is their closest fuel terminal? How quickly can you get fuel if you need it?

• How long have they been in business? Auxier has been in business more than 63 years.

• How long will they honor the low price they quoted you?

• What happens if you lose your heat in the middle

Can they provide you a written price guarantee?

of the night? Can you get a hold of someone after hours? And, if you do, will a qualified professional come out and take care of your emergency immediately, before pipes freeze or other damage occurs?

• Are there hidden costs in setting the tank? Set fee? Regulator charges?

• Do they employ people from your community, or are they brought in like roof repair people after a hailstorm?

• Can this company guarantee fuel supply during the

• Are they involved in your community?

coldest days and during product shortages?

Auxier proudly supports our community: American Breast Cancer Foundation Boys and Girls Club of Clermont County Boy Scouts of America

Clermont Senior Services Provide College Scholarships Rotary Club of Batavia

Don’t Forget

Auxier’s Homecoming Celebration

September 26th from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Auxier Headquarters

• Free Food, Antique Car Cruize-In, Games • Kids can enter the Kids Coloring Contest for a chance to win a Graeter’s gift card.

• Register to win a propane grill, valued at $500! We thank you for continuing to choose Auxier. We appreciate your business!

Auxier Gas Headquarters 2698 Old State Route 32, Batavia, OH 45103 513.724.7700 www.auxiergas.com

Shriner’s Hospital University of Cincinnati YWCA

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mers the best Everyone wants the best price on heating fuel, and at Auxier, we strive to give our customers ers in the price while maintaining our high standards of safety, service and reliability. Price discounters ord of heating fuel business cannot match the experience, reliability, service or safety track record Auxier, so they offer the only thing they can: a cheaper price.


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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

100 Homes, Ohio

NEAR OWENSVILLE, OH

SPECTACULAR COUNTRY ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION

Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 @10:00AM Location: 2871 Jackson Pike, Batavia, OH 45103 From the south edge of Owensville at Rt 132 & 276, across from the grade school, take Jackson Pike about 2 miles to property on right. Sign Posted.

NEAR AMELIA, 0HIO

ESTATE AUCTION SELLS "ABSOLUTE"

THURSDAY EVE SEPT 24th @ 6:00 PM CAPE COD COTTAGE - BEAUTIFUL LOT 2-1/2 CAR GARAGE - WORKSHOP SHOW PLACE HOME INTERIOR INSPECTION OF HOME 2 Parcels - 7+Acres ON MON., SEPT. 21" - From 5-7:00 PM Note: Owners have relocated out of the area LOCATED: 1607 Stella Drive, Amelia, Oh. and want an immediate sale of this unique 45102. DIRECTIONS: From the east edge property. Once in a lifetime opportunity to of Amelia at Hamlet. Take St. Rt. 132 south buy at auction a wonderful home with acre- a short distance to right on Ludlow Circle, go age and in a great location. around curve I block to rt. on Stella at first Viewing Date: Sept. 20 - From 1 to 3PM drive on left. NOTE: Very limited parking Flyer, pictures & terms go to space: For inspection or attending auction WWW.JTWILSON.COM or Park on Ludlow Circle.Short walk to property AUCTIONZIP.COM #7414 NOTICE!!! Lewis Auctioneering Being sold to settle an estate at Absolute Auction!! David P. Lewis/Agent No minimum or reserve price. Joel T. Wilson/Broker This attractive cape cod style home is nestled on a beautiful well landscaped lot. Has 2 bedrooms, one full bath, living room w/fireplace, full dining room and a country REAL ESTATE AUCTION style kitchen. Pleasant covered front porch Offered by Cornerstone Realty, Inc. / and a big covered back patio & deck. Partial Lutz Auction Services basement & more. House has had some terThursday, October 8, 2009 6:00pm mite damage & needs immediate repairs. 143.75 ACRES, Aurora, IN 47001 Located at 8455 North Hogan Rd, Aurora, IN BIG BONUS: A dandy 2+ car garage/ work47001: From Lawrenceburg, take SR 50 west, shop that has separate electric, furnace & right on SR 350, right on North Hogan Rd for door openers. COME TAKE A LOOK 5.2 miles, property on left. NOTE VIEWING DATE ABOVE Looking for a private & secluded tract of recPICTURES ON WWW.JTWILSON.COM reational ground or a hunters paradise? Mostly PARCEL ID 282806C126F wooded with some open grass areas, currently being used for horses. Ideal getaway, great for EASY TERMS: High bidder to pay $5,000. quad riding, Hogan Creek runs along the entire deposit at conclusion of bidding and signing front of the property. It has a 5 yr old 3 bdrm Purchase Agreement. A 10% buyer’s premiranch home w/city water & a few outbuildings. um is in effect. 30 days to close with full posBeautiful views. There is no bridge over Hogan session. Joel T. Wilson, AARE, Broker Creek, however, the present owners have represents the estate only. used this farm as their permanent residence SELLING FOR ESTATE for years. OF JOAN C. WHITTINGTON AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Private showings only. YVONNE C. FOSTER, EXECUTOR Log onto lutzauctions.com for auction terms CASE #08ES6313 and pictures. Ralph Brinkman - Owner JOEL T. WILSON CO. Ltd. Dale & Randy Lutz - Auctioneers AUCTIONEERS 513-266-1859/513-266-1860 SINCE 1955 (513) 732-6300 AU 01030327 / AU10100126

513-607-8023 Attn first time buyers! Buy a home & get $8,000. Hurry! Need to close by Nov 30! Even if you do not have $ for down payment. Call Niki Bauer Realtor w/ Re/Max Preferred Group @ ∫Ø 513-607-8023 Trying to sell your home? Call Niki Bauer w/ Re/Max Preferred Group for quality, exp, service, & competetive commission rates, Ø∫

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Call 513-607-8023 Investors & buyers looking for deals on foreclosers? Now is the time! Call Niki Ba uer, Realtor w/ Re/Max Preferred Group. Ø∫ For Sale - 3b/2b home w/all appl. newer carpet, $21,900 in house finan. avail. 888-2703316 Sun Homes EHO/WAC Expires 9/30/2009 FREE Foreclosure Listings Over 400,000 properties nationwide. Low dwn pymt 800-652-8705 Miami Twp $23,900 3 bed / 2 full bath 888-256-8169 www.4orchardlake. com Sun Homes Expires 9/25/09 MIDDLETOWN Great family home. 4035 South Dixie Hwy. Ranch, land with large trees, Greenhouse, Study 513-465-6361 WEST CHESTER 6290 Gulfstream 4BR,2Bth $186,000 Open Sun 1-3 www.6290Gulfstream.com 513-779-5266

FORECLOSURE BANKMUST SELL FAST! MUST SELL FAST!

3 BED / 2 BATH PRICING FROM:

$559* PER MONTH

ALL APPLIANCES INCLUDING WASHER & DRYER

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WHITE OAK. Open Sunday 1-3. 4 BR, 3½ ba, finished bsmt, Anderson windows. New A/C, roof & deck. $239,500. 7350 Appleridge Ct. 513-385-5012 WHITE

OAK. Open Sunday 1-3. 4 BR, 3½ ba, finished bsmt, Anderson windows. New A/C, roof & deck. $239,500. 7350 Appleridge Ct. 513-385-5012

Homes, 105 Kentucky DAYTON. 420 Fairview. 3 br 1 ba ranch. New roof, siding & hardwood fls. Lg level yard. Off st pkng. $115,000. 859-781-8982 Latonia- 5 rm, newly crptd, full bsmnt, eqpt, new cabs, $58,000, 859-431-4838

Homes, 105 Kentucky

homes 120 condominiums 117 mobile and lots

Villa Hills US Treasury Dept. Public Auction Thurs Sept 24, 12 nn 1001 Woodway Dr. 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 car garage, 1214sf. walkout basement w/rec. room, BR, BA, etc OPEN: Sun 9/13 & 9/20 from 1-4PM Deposit: $10K cashiers check. Pay to EG&G Tech Srvcs www.treas.gov/auction s/treasury/rp 703-273-7373, sale#09-66-170 CWS Auction Lic#13627

BRECKENRIDGE Park Model Trailer ’99Patriot, In, 1 owner, master br, full kit, ba, 2 sofa beds, sleeps 6, exc cond, $9500, 513-379-4813

homes 117 mobile and lots

Milford/ Goshen- 2 br, 1.5 ba, mobile home in farms/country nice park, shed, deck, 147 homes move in rdy! Fishing lake, $3500, 652-2813 ADAMS CO- Hunter’s Paradise, apprx 150 Miami Twp $23,900 wooded acs, log cabin 3 bed / 2 full bath 888-256-8169 with loft, fishing pond, www.4orchardlake. 513-752-8068 com Sun Homes Expires 9/25/09

mobile

Homes for sale. Free lot rent. Amelia/New Richmond area. 2br, 3br & 4br avail. Call 513-553-0015

If you’re looking for buyers, you’re Goshen Lakeshore-in the right Free rent. Will finance! neighborhood. ’95, 3BR, 2BA, vinyl/

Morningview- 5 rm frame hse, 1 ac, sold as is, no wrty, $69,900 shingle, great schls, lot Call Community Classified rent $299. 513-348-5232 859-356-2982

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HYDE PARK Chestnut Station 3792 Ashworth Dr. 3br 2.5 ba wooded setting, 7 rooms, full bsmt, 2 car gar. OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 513-615-3261

150 Land for Sale/ Residential LOVELY 4.8 ACRE LOT STONELICK ACRES DEVELOPMENT, Blanchester Schls. partially cleared, water, elec, cable tv, 513-943-9220

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

FORECLOSURE BANKMUST SELL FAST! MUST SELL FAST!

INFO AT www.CincyHomeForSale.com Call Owner 513 231-0561

7150 Hamilton Hills Drive 4BR/2.5BA in Forest Hills School Dist. GREAT neighborhood and meticulous home. New roof, many new Pella windows, solid cherry cabinets, pegged hardwoods, approx 2600 sq. ft.

3 BED / 2 BATH PRICING FROM:

$559* PER MONTH

ALL APPLIANCES INCLUDING WASHER & DRYER

SUN HOMES AT ORCHARD LAKE

969 STATE ROUTE 28, MILFORD, OH 45150 WWW.4ORCHARDLAKE.COM

969 STATE ROUTE 28, MILFORD, OH 45150 WWW.4ORCHARDLAKE.COM

EXPIRES 9/25/09 *CONDITIONS APPLY. FINANCED AMOUNT $21,510, 12.5% INTEREST, 15 YR TERM. EHO

EXPIRES 9/25/09 *CONDITIONS APPLY. FINANCED AMOUNT $21,510, 12.5% INTEREST, 15 YR TERM. EHO

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009 100 Homes, Ohio

100 Homes, Ohio

100 Homes, Ohio

WARREN CO, NEAR MAINEVILLE, OH SHORT NOTICE

ESTATE SALE

COMPLETE SELLOUT NICE COUNTRY HOME ON 1.8 ACRES HONDA GOLDWING MOTORCYCLE HOME FURNISHING TOOLS - EQUIPMENT - VEHICLES ETC.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 19TH. 2009

LOCATION-DIRECTIONS: 358 Stephens Road, Maineville, OH. 45039. From Montgomery Rd., (Rt. 3 & 22) at Hopkinsville, turn south on Rt. 48 one half mile to left on Stephens Rd. or from Maineville, go north on Rt. 48, just one mile to right on Stephens. Short distance to property on left. Weather permitting will have plenty of off road Parking. PROPERTY GOES UP FOR BIDS AT NOON NOTE: Home will be open to view inside on Sept. 15th from 5-7:00PM. This exceptional ly well located home is situated on a beautiful 1.8 acres. Has lots of nice features and conveniences: 3 bedroom, full bathroom separate dining room and living room, hand kitchen-dinette area. Full basement has a large party or rec. room with a built-in bar, 1/2 bath, sm. work shop, laundry-utility room & lots storage plus easy outside entry. Other features include 12’x18’ enclosed rear porch, a single car garage plus a nice 18’x24’ utility or shop building. Home needs some TLC and updating. DON’T PASS UP THIS WONDERFUL BUYING OPPORTUNITY?? THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO PURCHASE A HOME - PICTURES ON WWW..JTWILSON.COM EASY TERMS: Accepted high bidder to pay $5,000. As earnest money deposit at signing Purchase Agreement at conclusion of bidding. Immediate administrator confirmation. 30 days to close with full possession. No buyer’s premium. All inspections must be completed prior to Auction date. Joel T. Wilson, AARE, Broker/Auctioneer represents the estate. PERSONAL PROPERTY STARTS SELLING AT 10:00AM Complete home full of furnishings including bedroom suites, living room and dining room kitchenwares, big screen TV & other electronics; accessories - decor; appliances; rec. room; - porch - patio furniture & more. Good selection of mechanical hand & power tools; Wheelhorse C-160 lawn tractor w/48" cut with mulcher; vac. system and trailer. Other lawn & garden tools and lots more. 1995 Honda Goldwing Aspencade motorcycle (with 65,600 miles) Beautiful bike 1992 Dodge Ram van B250 leisure van & a 1989 Buick LeSabre 2 door sedan TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or checks with full ID. No buyer’s premium. Selling for the Estate of Douglas G. Shimer Donald W. Shimer, ADM. J. Louis Kurtzer, ATTY, Warren County Probate Case #091214

100-279 Real Estate for Sale

Apartments for Sale 155 Auctions/Real Estate 191 Auctions/Personal Property192 Condominiums 120 Farms/Country Homes147 Homes, Indiana 110 Homes, Kentucky 105 Homes, Ohio 100 Industrial for Lease 175 Industrial for Sale 170 Investment Property 190 Land for Lease 165 Land for Sale/Commercial 160 Land Sale/Residential 150 Mobile Homes/Lots 117 Modular, Pre-cut Homes130 Mortgage/RE Loans 124 Office Space/Lease 183 Office Space/Sale 185 Out-of-State Property 145 Real Estate Wanted 197 Resort Memberships 137 Resort Property/Sale 140 Retail for Lease 177 Retail for Sale 180 Real Estate for Rent

apartments 155 for sale MT. LOOKOUT - Walk to Sq. 2 fam, ea. apt. 2 BR 1 BA, WBFP, eqp kit. new furnace w/CA. Bsmt, xtra rm, w/new BA, lnry, 2 car gar, hot tub on rear covered patio. $289,000. 513688-0813

office space 183 for lease MADEIRA- Laurel Ave 535 sf & 733 sf, Private entrance ample parking. $$ Terms neg. JMB Realty. 513-984-1778. Cell: 513-368-7777

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of James M. Kissick Probate Case#091144 8066 Sycamore St Maineville, Ohio Sat. Sept. 19th, 10am Real Estate &Contents Previews 1 to 3pm Sun 9/13 3 to 6p Thurs 9/17 Call for more details Pat Howard Auctioneer Howard Real Estate (513) 831-4430

Historic Lake Cumberland Absolute Auction Founders of Alligator Boat Dock Cosby & Faye Popplewell’s Estate 116 Acres m/l Subdivided Sat Sept 19 at 10AM

GoldenRuleAuction.com

or 1-800-410-5155 Chris Wilson & Floren Morrison Auctioneers

To place your

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JOEL T. WILSON CO. Ltd

1001502269-01

Apartments Furnished 200 Apts-Houses to Share 215 Apartments Unfurnished 225 Condos for Rent 240 Condos-Rent/Option Buy 245 Corporate Rentals 222 Farms/Country Homes 285 Garages, Storage 260 Hotels/Motels 210 Houses for Rent 250 Houses-Lease/Option 255 Housing for the Disabled 230 Mobile Homes for Rent 235 Rental Services 259 Resorts/Cottages 290 Room and Board 275 Rooms for Rent 270 Senior Living 220 Wanted to Rent 297

MILFORD, OHIO

GUARDIANSHIP AUCTION BRICK RANCH HOME

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Villa Hills US Treasury Dept. THURSDAY EVE, SEPT, 17TH, 5:00 PM Public Auction OPEN FOR INSPECTION Thurs Sept 24, 12 nn MON., SEPT. 14th From 5-7:00 PM 1001 Woodway Dr. LOCATED: 994 Seminole Trail, Milford, Ohio 45150. From Lila Ave. at edge of Mil- 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 car ford Shopping Center, take Mohawk up the garage, 1214sf. walkhill to first stop sign, turn left on Osage to out basement w/rec. stop sign, then left on Seminole to property. room, BR, BA, etc OPEN: Sun 9/13 & From Main St., turn on Crestview, I block to 9/20 from 1-4PM right on Seminole. Deposit: $10K Owner in a care facility and must sell this property as authorized by her Guardian and cashiers check. Pay to EG&G Tech Srvcs Probate Court. Well located on a dead end street. Solid brick ranch with just over 1,000 www.treas.gov/auction s/treasury/rp sq. ft of living space. Has 3 bedrooms; 1.5 703-273-7373, bathrooms; kitchen with dining area; nice livsale#09-66-170 ing room; single car garage and ample storCWS Auction age area. Needs some clean up, paint, floor Lic#13627 covering etc. A nice, easy to care for lot, in an established neighborhood. Great opportunity for first or last time home buyer or the savvy real estate investor. Picture on www.jtwilson.com Parcel ID#214625BO54 TERMS: Minimum bid just $54,000. Buyer to pay $5,000. As earnest money deposit at conclusion of bidding and signing Purchase Agreement. 30 days to close w/full possesSell it quicker sion. No buyer’s premium. All inspections by selling it must be completed prior to auction date. closer to home. Joel T. Wilson, AARIE, represents the seller. MITZI KINNARD, GUARDIAN MARLENE STANSBERRY CASE #08-CV-0174 MICHAEL MINNIEAR, ATTY.

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auctions/ 192 personal property

auctions/ 192 personal property

Antique Online Auction

Auction Online Only

www.semplesells.com

incl; antique furniture primitive & fine, barrister bookcase, pie safe, Jelly Cupboard, Shawnee Pottery, Victorian Glass, Advertising, Quilts, Artwork, Antique Musical Instruments, Dulcimers, Bandolin, Mandolin, Antique Violin, Harry McEvoy Bowie Knife, Hoosier Cabinet, Vint Toys, Kitchen, Pottery, China, Household and so much more. Bid Online at www.semplesells.com Auction Ends 9-23 at 3:00PM Details on website.

513.242.4000

JOEL T. WILSON CO. Ltd. AUCTIONEERS

SINCE 1955 (513) 732-6300 WWW.JTWILSON.COM

retail for 177 lease

retail for 177 lease

LOW RATES! LOW RISK! All Utilities Included! Looking For a Great Place to Start a Business? Store Fronts Starting at $45/weekend! Treasure Aisles (513) 539-4497 Caesar Creek Markets (937) 382-1660 Mention this ad for Special Pricing.

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Studio Vertu Surplus Auction incl designer interior furnishings for retail or home inventory. Take this opportunity to bid on a great selection of interior décor, building supplies, industrial equipment. Preview Sept 15th from 3-7PM, Register to bid at www.semplesells.com Bidding begins to end Sept 17th 11AM

200 apartments, furnished HYDE PARK / Oakley 1BR Efficiency for 1 person nicely furnished, heat & A/C, off-street parkg, bus, $450 +dep. 513-545-6164 SPRINGFIELD TWP 8847 DALY RD 3BD/1 BA FOR LEASE. JUST REMODELED. NEW APPL. $750/MO + DEP 513-7033805

apts.-houses 215 to share $300 Furnished Bedroom. Private Bath. Utilities Included. Looking For Female Roommate to Share Cost. 753-0989 Eastgate- roommate wanted to share 3 br, 1.5 ba ranch home w/ 25 yr old male, would like same, $350, 513-688-0813 Roommate- prvt br & prvt bath, house, fem seeking same, patio, nice yard, n/s, $450 + ½ utils. 513-310-1288 A N D E R S O N - Resort living, furnished home. Female professional seeks same, n/smoker. $125/wk incl utils. 513-231-2931 LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

513.242.4000

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Households-Collectibles-Tools-Automobile

Sun, Sept 27, 11:00AM

Registration & Inspection Begins 10am 7242 Thompson Road, Goshen, OH 45122

Bob and Shar Grunenwald have sold their home and bought a Motor Home to travel the country!! Everything SELLS: Emmett Kelly, Jr. Collectibles including Figurines "Wet Paint" Hand Signed and Numbered; "One Way" #10025; "Welcome To The Party" Hand Signed & Numbered; "Making New Friends" ; "Over a Barrel"; (4) Hand Signed and Dated Plates "The Four Seasons"; Emmett Kelly, Jr. Collect ors Society Coins and Plaques; Dolls by Kay McKee Including "The Entertainer", "The Dreamer" and "Blue Moon". Beautiful Like New Furnishings : Dining Table w/4 Roller Chairs and Bakers Rack; Matching Tapestry Upholstered 3-Cushion Sofa and Loveseat; Yamaha YPT400 Electronic Keyboard; Armoire Style TV Cabinet;

Armoire Style Computer Hutch; Bar Stools; Beautiful Oak Jewelry Chest; Nice Pine 4 Poster Bedroom Suite w/Queen Size Bed, Mans Chest and 8-Drawer Dresser w/Mirror; Marble Base Boudoir Lamps; Great Plastic Wicker 3-Cushion Couch w/2 End Tables and Coffee Table; Plastic Wicker Bistro Set w/Tile Topped Table; Outdoor Glass Top Table w/4 Chairs and Umbrella; Crackle Table and Floor Lamp; Wrought Iron Ice Cream Set; Glass Front Display Cabinet; Oriental Lamps; Color TV; Like New Kenmore 80 Series HD Washer and Dryer; and MUCH MORE!!! TOOLS: Like New Lincoln Pro 100 Welder; Delta 10" Compound Miter Saw; Craftsman Double End Bench Grinder; Craftsman Router and Table; Horizontal Air Compressor; Craftsman 6.75hp 2500psi Pressure Wash-

er; 2-1/4 Ton Sears Floor Jack; Toro Electric Blower; Circular Saw; Buffers; New Wagner Power Painter; Jig Saw; Jack Stands; Craftsman Gas Trimmer; 4’x8’ Wood Deck Trailer; 20ft Telescoping Flag Pole; NASCAR Die Cast Cars and Collectibles!! AUTOMOBILE: 2003 Cadillac Escalade Sport Utility, 4-Door, Low Miles, Fair Condition, 2-Wheel Drive, All Power, Bose Premium Sound. Burgundy w/Champagne Interior. T E R M S : We will accept cash or local checks, Visa, Master Card, Discover and AmEx w/ID. A 13% Buyer’s Premium is in effect. Should you wish to pay by cash or check, we will give a 3% Discount on the Buyer’s Premium. All items must be paid in full Day of Auction. Same and Next Day Removal. D IR E C T IO N S : I-275 to Exit #57 State Route 28 East Toward Blanchester 9 Miles to Auction Parking. Watch for Signs.

Frank McCullough, Auctioneer Matt Bollinger, Auctioneer Ken Vordem Esche, App. Auctioneer PO Box 777, Milford, OH 45150

513-831-4866





AUCTION

Guns • Knives • Indian Artifacts • Collectibles • Tools

Located at the Highland Co. Fairgrounds in Hillsboro, Ohio. Follow US Rt. 50 (Main St.) W. to N. Elm St. turn N. to fairgrounds or follow St. Rt. 73 to John St. to fairgrounds.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2009 at 4:30 PM w/ Tools, Collectibles & Misc. Followed by Artifacts; Approx. 6:00 PM Guns

53 GUNS: (2) A.H. Fox Sterlingworth dib. barrels, 16 ga. & 20 ga.; (2) L.C. Smith 12 ga. dbl. barrel, one 30” high rib; French Robust 16 ga. dbl. barrel; 10 Winchester shotguns & rifles incl. mod. 75, 25, 67, 61. (2) 1890’s 99 w/ thumb trigger (rare), 58, (2) 37, 67A; (2) Browning Sweet 16, 16 ga., 1 w/ rib; (2) Springfield 1898 Krag .30/40, 1 full military; (5) Remington incl. #5 carbine mod. 6, 33, 740, 552; Cival War era Reabody .50 cal.; (3) Savage mod. 1905, 23 & 1909; (4) Stevens #12 Marksman, Crackshot, Favorite & 10; Romanian AK-47; Bushmaster AR-15, 223; Ruger mini 14, .223 w/ bayonet; Valmet .12 ga., o/u; (3) Colt incl. Lightning, (2) New Service 45 & 455; Marlin mod. 1897; Mossberg mod. 51M; H&R mod. 65 Reising; Rossie Puma mod. 92; S&W mod. 22/23 kit; Mauser Broomhandle 7.63; Ortiges .32 semi auto; Walther .32 PPK; AMT .45; Ruger mod. P-89 .9 mm; N. American Arms Mini Master; (2) Jennings incl. mod. 38 & J22; KNIVES & BOWS: 50 Pocket Knives incl. 5 case, etc.; 7 bayonets incl. Infield, German, etc.; hunting knives; crossbows; compound bows; OVER 300 INDIAN ARTIFACTS (all arrowheads); COLLECTIBLES: reverse painting, nice; scrapbook clippings JFK; apple press; 25 cent marine battle video slot machine; signed Chicago Tribune of Bulls 5th win by Michael Jordan; new old boxes of baseball, football & basketball cards; books; OTHER ITEMS TOOLS - MISC: AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Food selection of guns belonging to one individual. Owner’s name will not be disclosed until day of auction. Funs sell according to the Ohio Gun Law & may be seen after 3:30 PM on sale day. Very condensed ad on guns, check web for details & pictures. TERMS: Cash or check w/ proper ID. Any announcements made by auctioneer on day of sale will take precedence over this ad. Food Served Conducted by No Sunday Auctions -AuctioneersGLENN HESS (937) 446-2455 AUCTION CO., LLC BRAD HESS (937) 446-4455 Buford, Ohio JOHN GROVER (937) 466-2882 2596 St. Rt. 138 - Sardinia, Ohio 45157 Licensed in Ohio and KY

HESS

www.hessauctionco.com

LIQUIDATION AUCTION Sat., Sept 19, 10 AM 9995 McKelvey Ave. Cinti, Ohio 45231

Directions: from 275 go to Winton Rd. exit, go south turn left on McKelvey. House is on the left. Personal Property Special: Roseville Hanging planters (unmarked), Roseville vase (marked 106-7), Lefton birds, Summe milk bottle, old Coke trays, cookie cutters, Smalls, Hull, 1923 White Mountain ice cream maker, crocks, crock butter churn, Goebel Hummel (West German), Fenton, Stroh’s & Blatz lighted beer signs, Milk Glass, Flat irons, Germany “Pentagon” Stein, Cast & brass tea kettles, 1973 541st Army Ordinance reunion tin, oil lanterns, model ships (wood with cloth sails handmade), 1940-60’s men’s ties, leaded stain glass, stain glass pieces, stain glass making equipment, pink &amber depression glass, old oil cans, JFK posters, old baskets, oval concave framed older picture, candlewick, handmade quilt, etched stemware, circa 1930 Spaulding baseball wall size photo (tournament in the 30’s), Cincinnati Symphony items 1960’s, leather & fur coats, sequinded & beaded purse, circa 1950 basket purse, fur hats & collars, 70’s designer dresses, much, much more. Collector car parts: Model A parts including frame, tires, motor, wheels, windshield, radiator, framer, gears, moldings, springs & more. 1950’s car vacuum jar, 30’s-40’s Ford hub caps, Misc. 1950’s Chevy parts, assorted 50’s & 60’s hub caps including Ford, Mercury, Chevrolet, Michelin tires 600x650x19, 500-21/52521 Allstate, 2440-21/500-21/525-21/525-21, older repair manuals, much, much more. Furniture: Maple Drop leaf serving cart, Singer Carrousel sewing machine, drop leaf Shaker dining room table & 4 ladder back chairs, table & shaker chairs, Leather hidea-bed sofa, wicker 11 pc bedroom set, Oak Drafting table, Haywood & Wakefield bookcases, Globe Werneke 3 drawer military file cabinet (Wood), Domestic portable sewing machine, butcher block round kitchen table & 4 chairs, Pedestal plant stand, oak hall tree, misc. chairs, Settee, Sony & JVC stereo systems, concrete gargoyle, statues, fountain, much, much more. Household: Pyrex, Milk glass, Fenton, Bavaria, West Germany, misc. kitchen items. Miscellaneous: sewing notions, 33 1/3rds of Beatles, Wings, Chicago, The Who, Elton John, Simon & Garfunkel, Bee Gees, collectibles, tea pots, costume jewelry & smalls, assorted prints & artwork, much, much more. Terms & Conditions: All items are sold asis with no warranties actual or implied. We accept cash or checks; all checks are verified through Tele Check. All sales are final; auction day takes precedence over all other advertising. Food will be available. DON’T MISS THIS AUCTION!!!

Auctioneers Dave & Jeff Dowers

Licensed in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky Dave Dowers OH #2005000090, KY #Rp-3031, IN #Au10300065 Real Estate offered by Sibcy Cline RealtorsDave Dowers Realtor/Auctioneer Federal fire arms licensed “Always doing our best for you”


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 250 houses for unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished unfurnished rent

AMELIA; 2br Duplex, w/d hkup, eqpt kit. w/ dshwshr, $470/mo+ dep. Avail immed. 513-237-3176, 753-4314 aft 5pm

BETHEL-2br 2ba deluxe Deer Park- 2 br, eqpt,

BATAVIA- 2 Br, Nice crpt C/A, eqpt incl no steps, lndry hkup,

Decor! Patio, eqpt, crpt, prkg, no pets. From $525mo + deposit. 513-732-2983

Amelia -2br townBATAVIA house, new carpet, Willowbrk Apts patio, W/D incl, quiet setting, no dogs, $545, 2BR, w/cpt, balc, lakeview, pool, playgrd 797-8585 From $550. Call 513Avondale… 520-1437 or 619-7922

1 & 2 BR, Heat and water paid, equip kitchen, Sec 8 BEAUTIFUL Ok, 961-2482

AVONDALE 4-5 BR, 2 BA, 2nd & 3rd flrs, 2 fam, new paint, prkg. 333 Forest. Sec 8. Move-in special $300, $695/mo. 513-521-4447

AVONDALE N$99. dep special, move in by 9/30, 2 BR, equipt, laundry, prkg, $495-$650. 513-471-4443

wash/dryer, 513-4274109 or 984-5333

BLUE ASH- 1BR, 2nd flr, equipt kit, no pets, utilites paid. $500/mo + dep. , 513-984-5195 C L I F T O N - 3Br 2Ba, appl, w/d hkup, 1 mi from UC $700/mo+ dep.Sec 8 ok. 513-885-3754

CLIFTON-- Large, HOUSE! 1704 BREWSTER AVENUE high ceiling apt.; 3BDRM, HDWD FLRS, UP- Kitchen has large DATED KITCHEN/ walk-in pantry closBATHROOM/MORE.. CALL 513-225-2969 ets; spacious living room & Bedroom; B E T H E L . 2BR on Washer & Dryer in 2nd flr, balc, equipt basement; $600mo kitch, securIty dep, Dogs & Pets allowed; laundry facil, No pets. Heat & Water includ$490/mo 513-706-6028 ed; Call 559-1277 eves & wknds; BETHEL N. West St. 489-7200 during bus. 1br apts, fully equipt days kitchen , prvt entrances, $390/mo + dep. DEER PARK- 1 BR, 513-734-3897 heat & hot water included, unit 1 To place your BINGO ad $435/mo., unit 6 call 513.242.4000 $495/mo. Call Robbie 513-478-7599

“ Come Home to a Place Where You Belong”

DEER PARK-1 BR, LR, DR, equipt kit, carpet, A/C, gar, storage, lndry, HEAT PAID $550 513-314-7220

off st prkng, $550 + dep, 513-561-0129

DOWNTOWN- Perfect Quiet Efficiency Apts, 609 Walnut St. Rent based on Income Free Utils. Great Loc! 2419290 Managed by Showe Management Corp. TTY relay 800-750-0750

EASTGATE 1,2,3, eff, $335+ free ht 528-1540/314-9230 Dawnmanagement.com

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INDIAN HILL- Renov. Farmhouse 4BR, LR, DR, FR, 2 car gar, 2 acres.$2200 608-3870 LOVELAND 11787 Lebanon Rd 2300sf home on 2.8 acres, new appli, cabi nets, & floor in kit, new carpet in liv rm & mstr bdrm, hdwd flrs in re mainder. 4 BR/2full BA, whole house freshly painted, wash/ dryer, lrg wood deck & patio. Plse no dogs, $1250 + dep. 513-683-6812

For rent. Spacious 2 bedrooms, C/A. Close to bus line, Newer appliances, small dogs. LOVELAND- 3 BR ranch, eqpt kit, carpet, Call

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W/D, no bsmt. deck, fncd yrd, parking, $825/mo. 513-583-5345

L O V E L A N D -outdr strg, Rv’s, trucks, boats, cmprs, etc, secure, 275 acc, mngr on site, well lit, low rates, 513-328-4697 AUTO, RV, TRUCK, or TRAILER Outdoor Storage. Secure, lighted area. Blue Ash/Deer Park area. 513-587-9676

rooms 270 for rent Just off Erie @ Redbank Rd 2 Private Rooms w/ bath, Fully furnished, cable tv, micro, frig, incl all util. $400mo, 1 Adult, N/Smkr. 513-310-3426

farms/country 285 homes CLEAR CREEK TWP26 acre horse farm. 4BR /4000sqft house, 15 stall barn, in-door arena, trails. $2000/mo. 937-825-0136 or 706-568-8711

in-home 310 opportunities ASSISTANT in Mason

utilities + security dep for Intelligent Active Available Soon! Phys Dis. Indiv, flex hrs, WITHAMSVILLE (513) 683-6812 no exp, $10+ 1-2br spacious clean, ww crpt ht/wtr pd, bus Loveland- Lrg Exec 513-381-2800 code7778 843-5491, 474-5093 3Br, 3.5 Ba pool

Dlx clean 1-2br, wbfp, PIERCE TWP-Spacious 2 gar, balc, pool, ht/wtr & 3 BR, 1½ BA, wbfp, w/d 232-0628, 474-5093 hkup, starting at $650mo. Immed occup. 623-6934

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MT WASHINGTON - 1 WITHAMSVILLE - 1 & & 2 BR, $510 & up, heat pd, ½ off 1st mo 2 BR starting @ $510, rent, 513-659-8258. ½ off 1st full mo rent, NO APPLICATION FEE! 1 MONTH FREE RENT! markuproperties.com 513-659-8258. Spacious & updated 2 bed apartment from $500! markuproperties.com Mt. Washington-1br free Peaceful setting on no outlet street. Free Water! heat/cooking gas Central Heat and Air! Pets o.k.! $200 security deposit. 240 condos for Call today 513-315-0478 rent prodigyprop.com/GG | 513.351.RENT www.dawn management.com EASTGATE 2br, 2ba FP, secure building, MT WASHINGTON -- 2BR util rm, appliances inin brick 5 fam, a/c, D/W lndry, Ht pd, N/S, gar avail, cluded, priv back deck, cat ok $550. 513-831-9744 water paid. $850+ dep MT WASHINGTON 513-460-4929

Mt. Washington Garden Green Apartments

Modern-Updated-Efficient 2 & 3 Bedroom town homes Perfect location At I-275 and Beechmont interchange. From $675. Now $250 off the 1st month’s rent. Credit Cards & Electronic Payments accepted.

2br, 1-1/2 ba apartment homes at $575 - $595 per month! Close to dining, entertainment, grocery, hospital, bus line & located in the FHSD! Call Great move-in specials! Today!

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kit, bsmt, W/D hkup, WITHAMSVILLE: 1 & 2BR, fresh paint, HYDE PARK- 2BR, gar, pvt fnc yd. pet ok AUBURN. 3 br, 1st fl MT. 513-984-5333 golf course, appl, LOVELAND Nr. Square. exc. cnd, in 2 fam. Eqpt kit w/dw, W/D hkups, central 9857 Unionbalcony, prkng/gar, ht w/d hkup. Carpeted bdm, MILFORD -2BR air, water & sewer Cemetery Rd. /wtr pd, a/c, pool $710 fireplace, $650. Move in incl, all ground flr, no 2-story 3BR home on -$800. 513-477-2920 w/ balcony, busline, no special! 513-227-0804 pets, $500 & up. 513-348pets (513) 225-6201 wooded lot. Serene HYDE PARK/Oakley- 6313, 513-831-2904 1Br in brck 4 Fam, AC, MT. AUBURN /Clifton MOVE-IN Special ! country-setting overd/w. lndry, pkrg, To place your BINGO ad looking pond. Stove, Furnished or ht/wtr pd. cat ok, N/S refrigerator included call 513.242.4000 unfurnished $565. 513-831-9744. in bright, cheery 4 single rms w/shared kitchen. Full basecommon areas $300WITHAMSVILLE ment, gas heat, air 400 or all 4 for $700. conditioning, over Newly renovated, incl. 1&2 BR. Large rooms Private quiet setting sized 2-car garage washer/dryer balcony w/separate, spacious Starting at $460/mo. Quiet street. workshop. $850/mo + 513-741-1288 423-327-6341 MT. WASH - 2BD 1BA $500/month $250 dep. 2nd fl apt in quiet 4 fam. Heat/water pd. No dogs. 513-379-7984

Anderson, Near Carriage Station Town Homes

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4 bd 2 ba home $261/mo. or $32,900! Foreclosure! buy! 5% down, 30 years @ 8%. For listings 800559-4109 x T962 AMELIA - 3 BR/2BA homes for rent starting @ $649 per mo. reduced sec. dep. 888-442-5841 Apple Creek MHC/ Sun Homes. www.4applecreek.com Hurry in - offer ends 9/30/2009 EHO/WAC

comm, fin bsmt, fncd 312 child carehelp wanted yrd, Short term ok $1750. 513-382-1400 MIAMI TWP--Nr Milford. 3BR brick, 1BA, fnced yrd, carport, lg storage barn, NO PETS $750+$750 dep 1yr. lease, 575-1184 MILFORD--3BR, 2.5BA, 2 c-gar, walk to schl. 2 mi to 275. Nice wooded lot. Hot tub. $1295 513-831-7705 Mt Auburn- 3 BR in 2 Fam, lrg rooms, new crpt, equipt, eat-in kit, sec 8 ok, $650 + utils. 513-328-1918 NEW RICHMOND-Lrg 3 BR, 2 BA on pvt drive, lrg wooded lot, carport, shed $850/mo + dep. 513-470-9571 OAKLEY2Br, complete privacy, $650/mo. 513-253-5308

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2BR ranch home, quiet dead-end strt, nice yard, renter pays Anderson- 3B bi level utils. $625/mo + dep. 2000sf 2Ba 2 car gar, 3 mi. E of Owensville.

NEW RICHMOND513-383-2941 2 dcks, FP, cul de sac, 1 br, 1st flr, $375, 2 br, $1350 513-304-4558 2nd flr $425, + dep, WEST CHESTER - 5 you pay gas & elec, Anderson Township- BR, 2.5 BA, wooded 1 513-734-3974 ac lot, avail Oct. 1, Updated 4br, $1650/mo. Lease/opt. nice yard, 1 car gar, New Richmond OH Excellent schools. 941-302-7907

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WILLIAMSBURGNice 2 BR ranch on ANDERSON TWP - flat lot, gar/opener, all Beautifully remod 3 applis, covered patio, BR 2 BA ranch, park- free lawn care service, like setting. 2 car gar & $680/mo + $400 dep. Credit chk req, 1 yr carport, fin bsmt. $1200. 513-283-4604 lease, immed occup, no pets. 513-943NORTHSIDE 3br, 1ba, Batavia- 2/3br, 1.5 ba, 9648. All calls reHouse, $725. turned the same day. SILVERTON - Nice 1 W/D hu, dining rm, BR apt great location deck, pets ok, move in WITHAMSVILLE specials Looking for 3BR brick, cul de sac Call 513-379-0046 Good Tenants fen.yd, c/a, no smok Call 513-891-6921 BATAVIA- 3 BR, 1½ BA ing, no pets, $850. 513-519-0388 bi-level, fenced yard, NORWOOD- 3 units RTO avail, $975 + dep. houses-lease/ Lg efficiency ht/wtr 513-232-9445 255

pd; 1 br, lg 2 br, wtr/trash pd. Section Bethel Schl Sys 3Br 1 8 approved Ba, 1st flr Mstr, 125 Nr 513-497-1742 East Fork, lrg yard,

$850+util 236-3881 NORWOOD AreaCypress Way. 1 BR BLUE ASH--3BR, Apts completely re fenced backyrd, decorated, water/heat equipt kit., wellfurn, eqpt kit, a/c, (1) maint. Sycamore parking space, coin-op Schools. lndry, sec bldg Avail immed. w/caretaker $400 mo $995/mo w/ dep pay in 4 pymts, 513-502-3383 cats ok $25. 513 272-0100. BLUE ASH- 3BR

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PLEASANT RDG 2br’s Sycamore schls, no eqpt C/air coin lndry, pets, $900/mo. 513-pking, No pets, Sec 8 891-3773, 252-7239 ok $490. 531-9700

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310-398 Accounting, Financial 330 Child Care Help Wanted 312 Customer Service 353 Engineers, Technical 340 Health & Beauty Services 363 General Help Wanted 390 Healthcare 350 Information Systems 335 In-Home Opportunities 310 Instruction/Schools 394 Job Listing Service 396 Management 345 Manufacturing/Trades 380 Personnel Services 397 Position Wanted 391 Professional 355 Restaurant/Hospitality 360 Resume Services 398 Retail 365 Sales/Marketing 370 Administrative 375 Transportation 387 Employment Information 392

OPTOMETRIC ASSISTANT Front Desk / Pre-Testing Are you motivated, dependable, and detail-oriented? Are you a team player whose top priority is customer service? We need you on our Blue Ash eyecare team. Duties include greeting patients, updating info into computer, telephones, visual acuities, running auto-lensometer, auto-refractor, optomap retinal imaging. Approximately 15 hours per week. Computer experience required. Fax resume to 891-6803 or email resume to: deborahwright@fuse.net


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EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 335 information 345 management systems

RN SUPERVISOR FT -7am- 3pm

Management

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We are seeking a RN with strong supervisory experience and exceptional clinical skills for our state of the art long term care facility. We offer excellent salary and benefits and a great work environment.

Downtown firm seeks a Junior Web Application Developer to design, develop and maintain .Net web applications. Candidates must have a background in VB.Net and .Net Framework 2.0 or higher, SQL and MS SQL Server. Experience with AJAX, Visual Studio and IIS is a plus.

Contact Tawny Sampson, R.N., D.O.N., Western Hills Retirement Village 6210 Cleves Warsaw Pike Cincinnati, OH 45233 e-mail tawnys@whrv.com fax 513-467-1193

Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: Net Web Applicaiton Developer- HR Dept., P.O. Box 2547 Cincinnati, OH 45201 or fax to 513-977-8183, EOE No emails please.

RN s

NaphCare, Inc. is seeking a Charge Registered Nurse/RN with a desire to provide quality health care at the Hamilton County Justice Center. NaphCare offers an excellent salary and a full benefits package.

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CARE GIVERS Second & Third shifts No prior experience need ed to work in our 8-client family home in Milford /Goshen area. You’ll help teach our MR/DD clients daily living skills. Our ori entation is paid & our comprehensive training includes FA/CPR. With a HS diploma/GED; clean background check & ac ceptable driving record, you could be working im mediately. Call Carol, 513.377.3429 Community Concepts is a drug free workplace.

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Adult Mentors

Supervise and train adults with disabilities during work and/or daily living experiences. Full time, Human services experience or training helpful. Team environment. Benefits. No weekends. EOE. Send to resume to Marlayna Cooney, Redwood, 71 Orphanage Rd., Ft. Mitchell, KY. 41017 or email to: mcooney@redwoodnky.org

When you work at the VNA, you provide a great deal of comfort to your patients. Our goal is to improve the quality of our patients’ lives.We are committed to providing superior services and compassionate care to both the patients and their families. If you’re looking to make a difference as part of a strong team, then look no further than the VNA.

Commercial Banker

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Wesbanco Bank has a career opportunity for a highly motivated Commercial Banking Officer for Southeastern Ohio. Successful candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance or related field and a minimum of 5 years commercial lending and/or retail banking experience. Superior business development, excellent communication, and credit analysis skills required. Outstanding opportunity for an experienced professional. Excellent salary and benefits, including incentives, health and life insurance, and profit-sharing/401(k). Pre-employment drug testing required. Interested candidates may submit an application for this position online at www.wesbanco.com or send resume to Attn: Human Resource Wesbanco PO Box 688 Jackson, OH 45640

Quality Improvement/ Utilization Review

Full-time RN

Knowledge of Medicare PPS Regulations and previous Home Health experience required. Must be familiar with Oasis documentation, have excellent oral communication and computer skills, and strong attention to detail. Enjoy no nights, weekends or on-call requirements! We provide a sign-on bonus, paid training, competitive pay and an excellent benefits package. Interested applicants please send resumes and salary requirements to: Visiting Nurse Association, 2400 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45202; Fax: (513) 621-2058; Email: mhepfner@thevna.org

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ENDOSCOPY CENTERS FT/PT/PRN

Experience helpful Tristate fax 872-4558 Fairfield fax 874-9436

RN/LPN FT, M-F busy Norwood physician office. No holidays or w/ends. OH license, ACLS, BLS & exp req. rrowland@the urologygroup.cc fax 513-366-4001

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SEM Haven is currently taking applications for a full time RN to work 7p – 7a. We are an Eden Alternative Facility with a unique “household” design. Stop in a fill out an application at: 225 Cleveland Ave. Milford, Oh 45150, and take a tour of our facility.

Lighthouse Youth Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care Division has a F/T Program Supervisor position available for the new Multi-Dimensional Treatment Foster Care unit. This position will execute the MTFC program to assist youths, foster families and birth families in identifying and/or acquiring the skills and self esteem needed to establish and achieve personal goals. The Program Supervisor will report and be accountable to the Program Director. Individual and Family Therapist, Skills Trainer, Recruiter and foster parents will report directly to the Program Supervisor. Competitive salary & excellent benefits. MSW or MA Counseling, LSW or LPC required, independent licensure preferred, minimum 3 yrs. clinical / behavioral experience and 1 yr. of supervisory experience. Must be able to work flexible hours, be on call 24/7, good driving record & able to travel for ongoing training. Competitive salaries & excellent benefits. Lighthouse Youth Services, 401 E. McMillan St. Cincinnati, OH 45206, Fax 513-619-4828 www.lys.org

Victory Park Nursing Home is a 55 bed LTC facility seeking a

Full-time Licensed Social Worker

The position requires: proven attention to detail, independent success in following through on projects, excellent communica tion skills, and demonstrated knowledge of the Medicaid and Medicare regulations. Please fax resumes to (513-351-6222) ATTN: Administrator

help 363 health/beauty 380 manufacturing/ 387 transportation 390 general wanted services trades

Spa Consultant As featured in O Magazine. Spa, Skin Care,& Image, PT/FT. Will Train. Call 513-720-0400.

AIRCRAFT UPHOLSTERER Full-time position for experienced person to to sew and mount seats, sidepanels and headliners for private aircraft. Longterm career opportunity for skilled, motivated and creative person. We are a sales/ 370 marketing 36-year-old established company, known to be the best aircraft interior Adv. Sales Reps renovation facility in the Seeking motivated indicountry. Current resume viduals. Inside sales, and good work record reb2b. base + comm. quired. Competitive pay 866-446-1790 opt 6, and benefits. Air Mod, resumecin@ 2025 Sporty’s Drive, Balocalbizspot.com tavia OH 45103, 513-7326688, info@airmod.com

ALL WELCOME! $1000 SIGN ON BONUS!

National Manufactur er of specialty Home Improvement product needs 4-6 clear speaking, money motivated people to set appointments for our Factory Reps nationally! Busy, comfortable atmosphere makes this full time position a great fit for the right people! We offer Salary, monthly bonuses and the sign on Bonus along with available company benefits. Apply now as jobs will go fast! Call Brittany at 513.671.4000 for personal interview or send resume to Karissa@ guttershutter.com

MANAGEMENT Marketing Department

National Manufactur ing company seeks an aggressive, motivated well spoken individual with previous marketing experience to start as assistant Manager for full – time career position. Competitive Compensation package with available benefits commensurate with experience. Position available immediately. Call Karissa or David at 513.671.4000 for personal interview or send resume to karissa@ guttershutter.com

PROFESSIONAL SALES Seeking sales professional w/ 10+ yrs exp selling technical solutions (specifically engineering services), networking & strategic planning. Mgt exp a plus. See our Careerbuilder ad ref ID Account Mgr (45140).

Reply to: ITE 424 Wards Corner Road Loveland, OH 45140 Elem. Physical Ed. E mail: itehr@ite.com Teacher www.ite.com 2 days per week, St.

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Bernard-Elmwood Place City Schools. If interested, please contact mwebb@ sbepschools.org

AUTO TECHNICIAN tools, references, experience VanDemark Co. 513-797-7278 Brick Layers & Mason Tenders

Experienced and must pass drug test and background check. 513-5646262.

Elevator & Lift Installers / Service Tech Trainees

To $21/hr + benefits! Must be able to use handheld & power tools will train for specific industry! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Handyman/ Building Repair

To $25/hr + great benefits! Need someone who can do a little of everything! Local work! Need ASAP! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Machine Operator/ Laborer

To $18/hour + benefits! Training to operate binder to make books, pamphlets & magazines! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Railroad Worker / Trainee

Utility Locator

To $22/hr + benefits & training for advancement! Locate gas, water & electrical lines. Must be able to pass drug screen. Training! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

387 transportation Banquet / Meal Delivery

for Lg. Catering Service to $600/wk(PT) + benefits! Local, non CDL opening. Deliver to med/lg businesses for luncheons & events! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

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Phone Operator / Repair Dispatcher

For Lg. Utility Company to $19/hr + benefits! Will train on internal computer and phone system! Need good people skills! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

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Local Driver Mechanic

5 yrs Driving Exp. Clean CDL req’d. Call 513-641-4330 ask for Lenny Non CDL Delivery For Lg. Lumber Co to $16/hr + benefits! Deliver tools, supplies, equipment and other building materials locally. 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

OTR FLATBED OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE * Must be 21yrs old * Have a Class A CDL * Must have 6 mos verifiable exp.

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Flexographic and print shop exp is a +. Excellent attendance, safety and quality of work required. Full time with excellent benefits. Apply at BGR/Triangle Label 6392 Gano Rd. West Chester Ohio 45069 or send resume. Resident Manager

Live in manager for retirement community. On duty every other week with flexDon’t Delay…Contact ible hours. Free rent, utilitRecruiting ies, meals and monthly sti866-325-2392 pend. Perfect opportunity or apply online @ for person(s) seeking pt www.falcontransport employment. .com Apply at: SEM Terrace 5371 S. Milford Rd. Milford, OH TANKER DRIVER Or call: 513-248-1140 EOE needed. Class "A"

CDL w/Hazmat. Good MVR 2 yrs verifiable experience with tractor trailer. 859-371-9635

help 390 general wanted

To $22/hr + full benefits & Factory Helper pension! New construction & repair for signals/signs! Paid To $17/hr + benefits. Help in material sorting, machine opclassroom & field training! eration, wrehse & light bld/grounds clean up! Train513-489-9675 Job Line Fee ing in each area, every day is different! Underground 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

SALES REPS needed COMPANY Earn $40K-$60K TEAM DRIVERS per year Dedicated route, CDL Class A plus HAZMAT, 3 Pharma, Med device years exp., clean MVR, Paid training/bonuses 630-424-2478 for details POLICE OFFICER Entry to Upper Level The City of Madeira 800-722-4249 Display Set Up/ will administer an exext 7149. Delivery Driver am for the position of To $19/hr + benefits and co. Police Officer. Applivan. Deliver and set up discants must be 21 plays for over the counter medicine and nutritional years old, maintain a products. Training! valid driver’s license at 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee the time of testing and MUST BE a certified WE ARE EXPANDING! police officer in the OWNER OPS State of Ohio. Salary NEEDED FOR RUNS range $53,185.60Sell it TO CHICAGO, 65,436.80. High DALLAS & MACON quicker by school diploma/GED required, college deALSO, TEAMS & selling it gree preferred. Must SOLOS TO RUN TO be able to pass psycloser to WEST COAST chological, polygraph, PRACTICAL MILEAGE physical agility and home. PAY medical exams. AppliNO TOUCH FREIGHT cations may be obRWI tained at the Madeira 800-669-6765 Police Department, 375 administrative 100% O/O COMPANY 7141 Miami Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243, and must be Executive Assistant For Global Design Co to returned no later than $43,000/yr. Schedule meetFULL TIME/PT 4:30 p.m. on Septem- ings, work with catering dept ALL SHIFTS coordinate events/parties, ber 30, 2009. All re- to answer phones/emails! Full Light Automotive skills turned applications benefits! + knowledge of must be accompanied 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee Cincy area. by a non-refundable Call $20.00 testing fee. Front Desk Receptionist / Office Assistant 513-791-5769 Checks are to be $15/hr + benefits. Answer made payable to the To phones, take co-pays, enter Driver Trainees City of Madeira. EOE patient info into computer Needed Now! system for busy dental office!

Frozen Food Delivery

To $40k/yr + benefits + vehicle! All local routes, no OTR! Needed ASAP! To $19/hr + Deliver to grocery stores, full co. benefits start 1st day! schools, and hospitals! Exp. helpful but not needed!

HOUSE CLEANER NO NIGHTS, WKENDS, HOLIDAYS Qualified Applicants only need apply. Responsible & reliable. Good driving record and background check required. Call 513-528-0814

PART TIME Warehouse/Clerical EMPLOYEE NEEDED

Route Delivery / Service Rep

For Medical Testing Lab to $17/hr + great benefits & co. car (take home) transport specimens, reports & supplies. Need ASAP! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Shipping / Receiving To $19.23/hr + benefits! Pull orders and label shipments for large online home goods store! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Sodexho Services Part time Cafeteria help needed. McNicholas High School and Ursuline Academy. Contact Barb at 513-233-5360 Warehouse / Delivery Driver

For Lg. Furniture Manufacturer to $18/hr + benefits & pd vacation! Need Non CDL & CDL drivers.

High energy work environment with varied assign- 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee ments in shipping/ receiving,application of cusposition tom heat transfers, filling orders. Must have computer 391 wanted exp., with microsoftt office suite & possess strong attention to detail. Flexible hours Looking for part time Mon-Fri. Excellent starting work, retired, pay Email resume to AM hours, info@headsweats.com

LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!! 513.242.4000

Tues-Thurs, dependa ble 513-575-4542

help 390 general wanted

Assembly Packing Entry Level Labor

Immediate opening for the Mason, Lebanon, Blue Ash, Loveland and surrounding areas. Transporta tion, Clean Drug test/ Background required. Interviews Mon-Thur 9am to 1:30pm 8685 Fields Ertel Rd, Cincinnati or call 513-489-1688

FOSTER PARENTS Help a child Be a Foster Parent Call 513-984-2031

HAUNTERS WANTED Want to have fun while you work? Does scaring the pants off of someone make you laugh? We’re looking for you! Looking for high energy, creative individuals to work in Cincinnati’s most haunted cornfield. Job is part time & seasonal. Fridays & Saturdays 6 p.m. to Close?? October 2nd - October 31st. Must be 16 years or older. For an application please visit our website, www.turpinfarms.com. You may mail your application to Turpin Farms Agritainment, 3295 Turpin Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45244, or fax it to 513-561-1547. Please no phone calls. Any questions please email turpinsodfarms@yahoo.com, Attn: Haunt. Deadline for application is September 23, 2009.


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East 475 printing

PLASTER or DRYWALL Finishing or Repair Free est! 513-625-7782

040-740 Legals: 040-080 Clerk of Courts 050 Legal Service 080 Legal Advertising 075 Probate Court 060 Sheriff Sales 040 Service Directory 400-499 Financial: 510-525 Business Opportunities 510 Financial Services 525 Personal Loans Wanted 515 Announcements 550-595 Personals 550 Miscellaneous Notices 555 900# Talklines 556 Dating Services 558 Lost and Found 560 Cemetery Lots 565 Private Instruction 570 Greeting/Announcements 585 Celebrations 587 Special Events 590 Event Planners 592 Tickets 595 Travel Opportunities 575 Merchandise: 605-690 Antiques 605 Appliances 610 Arts & Crafts 612 Baby Items 615 Beanie Babies 617 Bicycles/Mopeds 620 Business/Office Equip. 622 Camping Equipment 625 Christmas Trees 627 Clothing 630 Collectors Items 632 Computers 635 Electronics 640 Exercise/Sports Equip. 645 Farm Equipment 646 Firewood/Fuel/Coal 647 Flea Markets 690 Food items/Produce 648 Games/Toys 650 Garage Sales 685 Health Aides 652 Home Furnishings 655 Jewelry 660 Lawn/Garden 662 Lumber/Building Material 663 Machinery/Tools 664 Musical Merchandise 665 Membership/Certificate 667 Photo/Video Equipt. 670 Plants 672 Recreation 673 Miscellaneous 675 Wanted to Buy 680 Pets and Livestock: 705-740 Dogs 705 Cats 710 Birds 715 Pets/Accessories 720 Horses & Equipment 730 Livestock 740 406 alterations/ sewing

ANDERSON Certified 476 remodeling Daycare Provider exp’d, FT/PT. Daily HANDYMAN rates, activities, No job too big or safe & clean environment, hot meals, small incl. electrical. fen. yd, exc location Call Bob & compare. 513-248-2130 513-232-9008, cell 513-254-6333 Child care tax credit 478 roofing/ gutters

MILFORD/Miami Twp--PT/FT childcare. 6 acres, fenced yard, deck, woods, off Rt131. Exp’d teacher, CPR cert, nutritional meals, educational/ creative activities. TLC. 513-575-4105 Anderson- childcare in my home, ages infants - 2 yrs, exc refs, teachers schedule welcomed, contact Debbie 513-231-0168

Babysitting - In my Florence home. N/S. Exc refs. Reasonable rates. Hot meals, nr I-75, 9022 Preakness Dr. 859-547-7511

ROOFING -- All types. REPAIR SPECIALIST. Also gutters cleaned & repaired. 513-752-9546

business 510 opportunitie

Earn The Income YOU Deserve. Start a MiniOffice Outlet from home. Free online training, flex hrs www. PlaceOfFreedom.com ATTN: Green Entrepreneurs! Operate a green Mini-Offfice Outlet from home. Free training & evuluation. www.123gri.com

MILFORD/LOVELAND Experienced. DIGITAL PRINT/ Daycare in my home Graphics Designs (Ashton Subdivision) Center. Solid business Any age. with accounts, owner 513-575-1737 retiring. Financing avail. Training & sup Florence / Union BABYSITTER Avail port. 1-800-338-6608 9639 Sumter Ridge financial 18 yrs exp, N/S, FT/PT 525 services openings. 859-2404078/384-0709 NEED A LOAN? FLORENCE / UNION Yes, you got it! Get up to $10 Million biz loan, Childcare Available Plantation Pointe. 20yrs up to $200,000 per exper. (859) 384-6465. sonal loan, minimum $20,000, starting from 1424 Lincoln Ct. 4.9% APR offer, AMELIA- Mom has don’t wait, get your two full-time positions loan now! Bad credit welcome, open. Great rates, w/ you can apply at references. www.imfcure.com or Call 513-752-1022. call 1-888-666-1773 Affordable childcare in Eastgate/Amelia area, 555 miscellaneous notices great refs, exp’d teacher, 513-290-6305

home health 458 care Katie Kate’s Family Home When you need phenomenal care, all it takes is one call to Katie Kate’s Home Care. Our staff will work closely with the clients to help develop individualized care plan. We are avail. 24/7, avail home health aides & home makers, prvt pay or ins, space avail for prvt or semi prvt parties, Very Affordable Board of Health certified. 513-396-6244

REWARD for any witness to an accident corner of SR125 & Chapel in Amelia. Thurs Sept 3rd, approx 4p. White Toyota & Beige Ford p/u truck. 513-943-1964 yodabear@fuse.net

dating 558 services HOT LOCAL WOMEN! FREE to call! Chat NOW! 18+ 513-766-1111 937-913-1111

560 lost

LOST @ Coney 9/5 blk /multi color bag, velcro encl. cont. red/wht/blue swimsuit, car remote, cards to Y & Coney. 513-5590339. No questions painting/ 467 decor/paper asked. REWARD LOST- Dog, Jack Rus sell mix, female, Cherry Grove, 9/6, 513-720-2208

CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES Your fabric or mine. LOST. REWARD. Money Quality & fast service. clip, lightbulb shaped. Unbeatable prices. Sentimental value. Call FINISH LINE Satisfaction guaranand describe. 559-859-1166 PAINT & DESIGN teed. Free ests. Call (513) 759-0667 19+ yrs specializing in residential and 561 found commercial painting. 428 cleaning HOUSEKEEPINGLooking to p/u xtra cleaning job.23 yrs exp 513-404-5723 Ref upon request

435 day care services

We offer a complimentary 1 hour session with our color consultant. Call for details & FREE ESTIMATES, 513-833-6541

FOUND CAT- Amelia, young, male, tabby marks on white, sweet, indoor, 513-753-3270

Re$cue Painting & Home Repair Affordable, Quality Work. 25+ yrs exp. Free est. Refs avail. 513-505-7378

FOUND DOGBoston Terrier, 9/4 Clough Pike, male, must ID, 513-532-5834

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Notice is hereby given that Classic Storage L.L.C., 1692 St, Rt. 28, Goshen, OH, the undersigned, will sell at public sale, the personal property stored with the undersigned: Gary Thompson, 5737 Lindaway Dr. Milford, OH 45150 Bin #337 (Tools, fishing poles, tackle box, furniture, boxes and bags misc.); Kelly Cook, 1785 St Rt 28 Lot 240 Goshen, OH 45122 Bin #444 (Furniture, fishing poles, boxes/tubs); Bonnie Jones, 329 ½ Trenton Ave. Uhrichsville, OH 44683 Bin #845 (Furniture, boxes/bags); Linda Cox, 1688 St Rt 28 Goshen, Ohio 45122 Bin #145 & 156 (Lawn equipment, fishing poles, bikes, grill, appliances, furniture, boxes); Jane Hackman, 4486 Timberglen Dr. Apt 1 Batavia, OH 45103 Bin #242 (Tools, band saws, ladders, bike, tables, misc boxes); Candace Jaqua, 2127 St Rt 28 Goshen, Ohio 45122 Bin #820 (Total gym, end tables, trunk, lamps, boxes, tubs); Virgil Lee Day Jr., 3552 Pleasant Hill Rd., Mt Orab, OH 45154 Bin #239 (Rolling tool chest, printer, tool box, fishing poles tackle boxes, totes, boxes); Dorthy Caudill, 1409 Stella Dr. Loveland, OH 45140 Bin #810 (4 tool boxes, Sound equipment & old LP’s, boxes/bags); David Scalf, 2813 SE Second St. Ocala, FL 34471 Bin #818 (Furniture, bikes, Hot Wheels Cars in packaging, boxes, tubs); Guy Wilson, 2267 St Rt 28 Goshen, Ohio 45122 Bin #833 (Furniture, misc boxes, bags); Shawn Workman, 1785 St Rt 28 Lot 372 H Goshen, OH 45122 Bin #334 (Furniture, stroller, playpen, car seat, toys, boxes); Joseph Hodge, 1560 Buckboard Ln. Loveland, OH 45140 Bin #413 (Furniture, camping equipment, bikes, pneumatic nailer, boxes/bags); Brian West, 5434 Waynesville Rd. Lot 37 Oregonia, OH 45054 Bin #134 (Tools, tool boxes, gas trimmer, box china, boxes/ bags); Kevin Hodges, 1308 Country Lake Cr. Goshen, OH 45122 Bin #603 (Changing table, rocking chair, baby items, golf clubs furniture, boxes & bags). Your property may be obtained by you for the payment of the balance due plus all other expenses within 15 days of this notice or the same will be sold at public sale on October 1st, 2009 at 9:00AM until finished at 1692 St. Rt. 28, Goshen, OH 45122. Your last day to obtain your property will be September 30th, 2009 at noon at: Classic Storage L.L.C 1692 ST RT 28 Goshen, OH 45122 561 found

Rest Haven Memorial Park Sect 488. In Blue Ash 1 polt $ 950/obo. Will pay transfer fees. 513-561-9633

585 greetings/ announcements PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN. (Never known to fail). Oh most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful wine, splendor of Heaven, Bledded Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me wherein that you are my Mother, Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to secure in my necessity. (Make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (Say 3 times). Holy Mary, Iplace this cause in your hands (3 times) Say this prayer 3 consecutive days. You must publish and it will be granted to you. KS PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN. (Never known to fail). Oh most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful wine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me wherein that you are my Mother, Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to secure in my necessity. (Make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (Say 3 times). Holy Mary, Iplace this cause in your hands (3 times) Say this prayer 3 consecutive days. You must publish and it will be granted to you. IM PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN. (Never known to fail). Oh most beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel, fruitful wine, splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Sea, help me and show me wherein that you are my Mother, Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to secure in my necessity. (Make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee. (Say 3 times). Holy Mary, Iplace this cause in your hands (3 times) Say THIS PRAYER 3 CON SECUTIVE DAYS. YOU MUST PUBLISH AND IT WILL BE GRANTED TO YOU. IM

special 590 events

DJ Service

For your special event. 29yrs exp. 513-732-1664

ANDERSON 25 yrs. of TLC Childcare for all ages. Age appropriate activities Fncd yd, N/S, 513-231-5328 MAINEVILLE- Warren Co vouchers & prvt pay, all shifts, meals provided, ref’s avail, 513-683-3411 Eastgate/Batavia All day pre-school. 2½ & older. Nurture Childcare. 513-943-1700.

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Huge Gold/Silver Buying Event!

Sat 9/19, 10-4p. Bring in your old, broken unused items ... Silver, flatware, precious metals, coins & jewelry 513-874-7855 Fairfield

www.ohiovalley antiques.com Dealers Wanted

610 appliances

firewood/ 647 fuel/coal

ROTOVATOR TILLER 52", fits small farm tractor w/3. hitch, GC, $700 513-722-3673

SEASONED Hardwds All split, free delivery and stacking, Dry. No Junk, 513-738-0835

650 games and toys

firewood/ 647 fuel/coal

FIREWOOD Full cord $155, ½ cord $80. Well seasoned. All Hardwood. 513-376-1187

To Place Legal Advertising Call 513.242.4000 Deadline: Friday at 5 p.m.

BEST APPLIANCE $99 & up. Showroom SALES & REPAIRS Wash-Dry-Stov-Frig 513-508-0006 859-727-3030 Warranty - Delivery

ASPHALT PAVING & SEAL COATING

Owner attends every job

$ We pave you save $ Commercial residential all work certified & professionally done Free Estimates & No Money Down

Deal directly with Owner & Save

513-266-7821 • 513-843-6019 Ins/Bonded

ENTERPRISE LANDSCAPE & TREE MANAGEMENT, LLC.

NOW ACCEPTING NEW MOWING CLIENTS. RATES AS LOW AS $30 PER CUT & TRIM. OTHER SERVICES INCL: TREE & STUMP REMOVAL TREE PRUNING & DEAD WOODING, LANDSCAPE DESIGN & INSTALL & MULCHING • FULL INSURED & BONDED

CALL FOR FREE EST. 513-519-8167

BUSHHOGGING INSURED, EXPERIENCED

LIKE NEW SBS Frigidaire Refrigerator w/ Water/Ice Dispenser 600.00 O.B.O. & Gas StoveClean/Good Condition 150.00 O.B.O. Call for more details 513-9193859.Need transporta tion to haul.

arts & 612 crafts

CRAFTERS WANTED Craft Show Sat Oct 17th American Legion Auxil iary in Mt. Washing ton. $20 per space. For info call Vicki Monroe at 513-231-3572

CRAFTERS WANTED

Craft Show Sat Oct 17th American Legion Auxiliary in Mt. Washington. $20 per space. For info call Vicki Monroe at 513-231-3572

No JobToo Small orToo Large!! 513-734-1886 513-543-9011 BEFORE 9PM PLEASE.

467 painting/decor/paper

430 concrete/cement work

Fully Insured

PIONEER CONCRETE

All Types of Concrete Work Specializing in...... Driveways, Patios, Porches, Sidewalks & Decorative Concrete Backhoe & Bobcat Service Available

Free Estimates

Fully Insured

248-0107

AFFORDABLE EXCAVATING Quality Light Excavation “We’ll do the job RIGHT” Dependable, Insured, Free Estimates Ponds • Clearing • Retaining Walls • Drainage Solutions • Gravel Driveways • Seeding • Demolition • Landscaping/Mowing Services

Andy 513-520-9000

collector’s 632 items RETIRED Dept. 56 Dickens’ &Heritage Village collectibles. 30+ pieces, incl Brick Abbey and Cottage of Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim. Mint cond. in orig. sleeves. $500 for lot . 513-271-5160.

635 computers

BURLINGTON ANTIQUE SHOW

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All Work Professionally Completed yrs. All Work Guaranteed Affordable Refs Rates Available

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(513)248-0177 Each office is independently owned and operated.

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Waste & Rubbish Removal Since 1981

FOR ALL YOUR CLEAN UP NEEDS:

• ROOFING • REMODELING • REHAB • BASEMENT • ATTIC • GARAGE MINIMAL LOAD • MINIMUM CHARGE

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Removal of Any Unwanted Items

• Swimming Pool Demo & Fill • Residential Dumpster • Concrete Removal • Bobcat Service

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ROBERT MCQUEEN’S ROOFING

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PROPERTY CLEAN-UP

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All Work Guaranteed! 29 Years Experience Free Written Estimate 24 Hour Service

Family owned & operated. Handle all types of insurance claims. 30 years experience. Estimates prepared by owner. Fully insured with worker’s comp.

(513) 232-3243

Dumpsters

513-616-4340

513-532-3178

LABOR AVAILABLE FOR PROPERTY CLEANUP.

• Junk Removal • House Clean Out • Brush & Tree Removal • Garage, Barn & Shed Demolition

FREE ESTIMATES RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Satisfying Clients in the Greater Cincinnati Area since 1994 • ALL WORK GUARANTEED • FULLY INSURED

New Roofs, Re-Roofs, Flat Roofs, Gutters, Leak Repairs, Skylights, Chimney Flashing, Roof Coatings, Pressure Washing

There’s no need to call several craftsmen for your home improvement and repairs, with one call we can do it all!

Insured & Bonded

459 home improvement/remodeling

Q & Q CONSTRUCTION

CARPENTRY, DRYWALL, PAINTING, INTERIOR & EXTERIOR DOORS Handyman Services• Free Estimates “No Job Too Big or Small’ Randy Mullins 513-460-8886

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21 Years Exp. Interior/Exterior

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Need Home Repairs?

“Residential Size Dumpsters”

CRAFT VENDORS W A N T E D -- For fall festivals. Please call 513-6235240 or 513-932-1869

“A Company You Can Trust”

Residential/Commercial

478 roofing

asgamw@gmail.com

456 hauling trash removal

CANAL DAYS FESTIVAL Metamora Indiana October 2, 3, 4 Booth Space For Rent. 1-317-926-2411

Free Estimates

HATTON QUALITY PAINTING

443 excavating/backhoe services

LaptopWorld.com N NO O J JOB OB BACK TO SCHOOL T O O KENDALL HANDYMAN & TOO CLEARANCE SALE S SMALL M A L L REMODELING SERVICE GATE OF HEAVEN Laptops Starting BOONE COUNTY Roofing, Tile, Windows, Siding, Electric, Mausoleum St. John, Fans & Lights, Plumbing, Kitchen & @ $299 FAIRGROUNDS Baths, Basements, Room Additions, Crypt 40 tier F, $3500. We do Virus Burlington, KY & Interior Trim incl marker & intomb. Sun Sept. 20, 8a-3p Removal, Repairs, Free Estimates 513-583-5529 Upgrades & Sell 3rd Sunday Each 513-752-1667 Accessories. Month April-October Graceland CemeteryWe Pay Cash for Adm. Adults $3.00 Milford Ohio, 2 Laptops & Electronics If you’re looking ----------lots/vaults. value is To place your Located in Tri-County Early Buying for buyers, you’re $3,400, sale for 513-772-5640 6am-8am $3,000 513-677-2020 in the right Adm. Adults $5.00 Rain or shine neighborhood. LOST & FOUND 513-922-6847 ad call Ads are FREE!! www.burlington LOST & FOUND Call Community Classified 513.242.4000 antiqueshow.com Ads are FREE!! 513.242.4000 513.242.4000 cemetery 565 lots

Bedroom- 4pc br set, 2-toned wood, desk, dresser, & 2 night stands, like new 513-444-8337

463 landscape/lawn services

416 blacktopping/paving

Free sweet F Cat spayed, declawed, to good home. All Sup- CRAFTERS Wanted! Fall Arts & Crafts Fair plies. 513-508-7295 St. Vincent Ferrer KITTENS-Free (4). All Kenwood, 26th Annual Nov. 14, 2009 colors, boys & girls. 513-791-1193 Ready for homes now. 513-553-0423

605 antiques

Mattress/Box. Queen PT $155. Full Size $125. King Pillow Top $250 Still in pkg. Warr. 513-309-2394

TO PLACE AN AD: Call 513.242.4000 or 859.283.7290. Fax: 513.242.4366.

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RAISED COMMODE with arms. $50.

A-1 BEDS - New Mattresses Factory Overstocks. Twin $99 - Full $149 - Queen $175 - King $299 Can Deliver 513-720-5113

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DOG-Boxer mix, M, 2 CRAFTERS wanted yrs old, fawn & white, Sharonville Art/Craft housebroken, FREE. Fest. Sun, Sept. 27. 513-553-0423

ANTIQUE MALL FOUND DOG- elderly, at Riverside Centre 3742 Kellogg Ave blk, part Chow, not friendly, 9/10, Okeana, "The Old Ferguson’s" Wed thru Sunday To place your Childcare in my non513-738-2185 10:00 am to 5:00 pm smoking Fairfax home. BINGO ad call To place your BINGO ad FOUND--RING, Ken513-321-3181 CPR & 1st Aid certi call 513.242.4000 wood Town Center www.riversidecentre 513.242.4000 fied. Fncd yrd. Rea antiquemall.com 9/8/09.Describe, leave sonable rates. Refs. Tammy 513-271-0668 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous mes, 513-218-5145.

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OHIO VALLEY ANTIQUES MALL Open Daily 9am -9pm

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FOUND - Puppy, black, Lunken Airport area. Call to identify. 513-200-9973

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home home wanted 655 furnishings 655 furnishings 665 musical merchandise 680 to buy Bed- Twin w/rail $100; Electric Maytag dryer $100. Both in good cond. 513-831-0590

MOVING - 3 couches, elegant neutral + chair & ottoman $500. Antique Empire dated 1800’s, cherry china cabinet, 2 antique ornate high back living rm chairs. 513-752-8786

BED-TW.matt/spring, rollway bed, bike, fire- RECLINER, elect. Lawood, pub tbl in box, zy Boy, lg size, blue; misc. 513-984-3897 Glass mirrors 72"x40", 72"x37" 513-351-8198 DINING Room SetFORMALThomasville Dining Kathy Ireland room - drop leaf tbl, EXC. COND. china cbnt, 6 chrs, Table, 6 Chrs, 2-Pce side tbl, 3 lvs & pads, Hutch. Dark wood. solid pecan, $950obo, $2000 cash only. Can Antq Oak Rolltop Email pics Desk- 1921, Fairfield, OHMcCaskey $750obo, Moving, Must Sell 513-271-1604 carolyntetsuw@gmail.com 513-858-2721

Holton B-flat Trumpetgreat for beginning students joining school band, w/ music books, $200, 513-984-0133 TRUMPET Jetzen like new. incl case & Pract. book. $200. 513-528-3449

673 recreation HOT TUB-’09. 6 person, w/lounger, waterfall, lighting, warr, can deliver. $2899, 383-3165.

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FIREPLACE. free 660 jewelry Dining Set & Armoirestanding, gas. Remote 6 chrs, din tbl, htch, & control. Solid oak cab. armoire, good cond, Diamond Engagement $150. 513-515-8352 Ring- 1.89 ct, emerald $800, 513-674-1423 cut, D VS2 GIA Cert w/ New Foose ball table Exquisite dining room 1.09 ct tw trillium $100, blk leather re rug- Moving, orig sidestones. $12k 513- cliner $60, white leath $12,000, will sell for 755-6163 er massage chair $2500, 513-831-1561 $240,contemparary art lawn and picts $100 ea, prof. Hospital Bed (no 662 garden basketball hoop glass mattresss) $100; Rnd backboard $800 tbl w/4 chrs $75; 3 L A W N TRACTORS -513-886-8686 MTD $350; oval tbls $50-$100 ea 14Hp 10hp wheelhorse $400 TELESCOPE-14.5" Rnd tbl $25; Rectan- both VGC 513-625-0820 Dobsonian .1/23 gular tbl $50; antique machinery wave optics. 50mm desk $200; drop leaf 664 and tools finder. like new. Best tbl $150; 4 coffee tbls offer. 513-553-4314 $15-$30 ea; 2 rockers $25 & $50; wood desk CONSTRUCTION wanted $15; 2 wicker chrs $20 EQUIPMENT 680 to buy ea; Stereo console Sale $30; 3 TV’s $20 ea; www.usedquality BUYING-RECORD AL Misc wood chrs $5equipment.com BUMS & CDs, JAZZ, $10 ea. 513-677-8168 BLUES, ROCK & musical 665 MOVING. A n t i q u e merchandise ROLL, ALTERNA TIVE, R&B & REG marble top & larger cabinets; DR set with BABY GRAND PIANO GAE 513-825-6985 8 chairs,buffet & china Knabe, recently tuned, WWII RELICS closet, BR dresser & mahogany, w/bench, armoire; washer & dry- exc cond, $5000 or US, German, Japanese. Sell your military er; 513 281 5860 obo. 513-896-6365 items to a veteran/ LOST & FOUND To place your BINGO ad collector. Top $ paid. Ads are FREE!! call 513.242.4000 859-630-8085 513.242.4000

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WANTED: March 1965 Taft Theater Cincy Concert Poster Willl Pay $3000 cash! 310-346-1965

I BUY OLD STEREO Equipment & Guitar Amps, Records & Ham Radios, 1950’s90’s. 513-477-4191

CASH for RECORDS 45s & albums. I can come to you! 513-752-2718

ANDERSONANDERSON 9/18-19 BEECHMONT Com9 AM 2 PM 3087 Wil- Sept 19th 8am-Noon munity Garage Sale liams Creek Dr. Huge 2069 Endovalley Dr. Sat 9/19 9am-1pm Misc., Sale.Collectibles, 3969 Brandychase Neons collectibles. h o u s e h o l d Way. Clothing, chilitems,holiday stuff,golf, dren, toys, jewelry sporting equip. eleccollectibles house ANDERSON-Sept tronics, much much wares 19th, 9am-2pm. 6707 more. Salem Rd. 4 Family BETHEL 9/18,19,20 A N D E R S O N Sale. keybrd, rocking 9am-6pm 2685 Crane 9/19/2009 8:00am chr, clothes, electron- S c h o o l h o u s e R d 1:00pm 7304 ics, handy items! HugeMultifam-old GUNGADIN - Vintage, glasswre,frniture,toys, art, dolls, toys, clothes, A N D E R S O N -Street collectbles,electronics, hshld. sale, Kimbee off Little music,comp.games &?

ANDERSON 09/19 9:00am to 2:00pm. 7243 Concordridge, off Hunley, off Royalgreen. Lots of toys, fisher price kitchen, barn, Happy Family doll house, Thomas the Tank trains, games, bikes, rugs, small furniture, household, patio furniture. No early birds, please!

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Dry Run, Sat 8:3012:30. Househld, furn, foosball, air hockey, formalwear, dorm eqp, BETHEL- 9/18 & 19, snare drum & toys. 8a-4p, 2212 Bethel Hygiene Rd, hshld goods, glassware, ANDERSON TWP furn, good hunting & 9/18 9-4, 6832 fishing equip, Wetheridge Dr. some antq! Household, patio furn, auto parts, 3 pc BR, lamps, toys ANDERSON 9/19 8:30am 2:00pm 8291 BLUE ASH-- Farmers Clough Pk. Family Mo- ANDERSON TWP-Baby Mkt Yard Sale, Bazaar furn, kid stuff, desk, signed tor Coach Assoc. Bistro table/chrs, DR tbl/ at Sycamore Senior Huge Multi-Family Ga- chrs, other furn & misc. Center. 9/19, 9amrage & Bake Sale. 1409 Eight Mile, Fri-Sat 8-? 3pm. 4455 Carver Hshld items, furn., Woods Drive. Crafts, clthg. Something for BATAVIA- 9/18 & 9/19 8-5 collectibles, baby everyone! All pro- Huge! antiques, primitive, items, jewelry & more! collectibles, holiday items ceeds to help cover hshld, 2212 Elklick Rd medical costs of our BUTLERVILLE dear friend Barb, can- BATAVIA - CHURCH Sep 18 & 19, 9a-2p, cer survivor WIDE yard sale/bake sale. Butlerville Church of Sat. Sept. 19. 9-4. No Early extraordinare. God, Rt 132, Birds. Rain or Shine. Lots rain or shine! of great stuff & lots of Anderson, 9/19,9a-2p A N D E R S O N 9/19 8:00am 3:00pm 760 Ackley Rd Dishes, toys, small table and chairs, misc. electronic items, movies, gas fireplace logs, misc items

830 Ackley Rd. huge multi fam , office desk, gas stove, tools, baby items, toys, home decor, rain or shine.

yummy goodies. All proceeds to benefit Christmas Food & Gift Dr. Landmark Church 1450 Clough Pk.

50 Different Breeds! 100 Different Pets! Jungle Jim’s Shopping Plaza 5470 Dixie Hwy. Fairfield 513.829.6060

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Blue Heelers2 males, 6 wks old, $125 each, Australian Heeler- 2 yrs old, fml, $100, 937-402-1824

CHIHUAHUA- CKC, ENGLISH bulldog pups long/short coats, Gorgeous Female, Red, tan, tri-color. Neutered, potty shots, wormed, trained, Akc/UKC Reg, Very small & adorable, shot update, 450. $300-$350. 513) 984-2631 937-515-0265

BORDER COLLIE/LAB PUPS10 wks. Brindle & black/white. Smart & playful. $50. 513-385-4865 BOXER/ENGLISH MASTIFF MALE PUPFarm raised. Healthy, good looking. Bred for smart,great-minded family pet. Raised with kids Tails docks. White, brown, black $175. 513-282-5914

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PUPS. AKC w/papers. Health guar. Brindle & fawn, vet ck, POP. $400. 513-237-4302

AMERICAN Bulldog pups 3mos, NKC reg, shots, wormed, vet ck’d $500. 513-5268731, 513-390-8492

BOXER Pups- CKC, fawns $250, blks $300, very nice puppies, DOB July 5, 937725-5955 or 379-2429

CAVALIER KING C H A R L E S AKC,Ruby,Black/Tan males,Shots 2yrgrt.POP. BEAGLE Puppies 1 6wk tr class 1100 513female, 2 males, 295-4716 8 weeks, Tri-color, 1st ADOPT A Puppy Kit- shots and wormed, ten Open 7 Days/wk, 100.00, 859-393-5281 8am-7pm Accept ing litBichon FRISE pupsters. Low cost spay & Absolutely beautiful, neuter. Sycamore Aniamazing temperment, mal Hosp. 513-683non-allergenic, 2 M, 2300; Hamilton Ave. 1F, great family pets, 513-825-4011. BBB 513-321-6578 Mt. Member Lookout $500/each Adopt Dogs/Puppies Chinese Crested To place your from Save the Animals (hairlesss other breeds, Foundation. Spayed, some on sale, 513-896BINGO ad call 5056. neut, vac. Visit our website 513.242.4000 staf.petfinder.org preferredpuppies.com AMERICAN BULLDOGPups, sired by OVB Champ Jack, 8 wks, M/F, $600$700 513-485-7017 305-7320

CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 1st shots & wormed $200 859-8161847 Chihuahuas Various colors, various ages. Males& females. $250 ea 513-876-7507 CHIHUAHUA, Toy. 1 male, 8 wks., vet ck, very small. Cute & fluffy. $200. 513-843-4836

Cockapoo- Coton-detulear-Coton/Poodle Mix Pups- shots, papers, $350-$450 330-763-0478

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DACHSHUNDS Mini silver daples, 2m, 1f, CKC, $300, 513-4761267 or 513-625-3744

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D E E R F I E L D TWP9/19 & 9/20 9-2, 9450 Lark Meadow Ct. 65" TV, furn, wine rack, misc. Rain or shine

LIBERTY Twp 09/19 7:30 am; 7266 Essex Mill Terrace Electronics, furniture, child drum set, keyboard, mantle clock, small pool & foosball tables

MASON 9/18-19 8-3 MILFORD. Fri-Sat 9/185866 Homecrest Lane 19, 8-3. Boating equip, HOME GOODS, FUR- fishing gear, hardware, NITURE, ANTIQUES, tools, womens clothing, COACH, KIDS baby clothes, misc. ITEMS&TOYS, GOLF 5710 Windsong. EQUIP., ETC... MILFORD. Moving Sale. MASON S a t . 9 / 1 9 Fri & Sat 9-2. Riding mow8:00am-3:00pm PEB- er, snow plow, portable BLE CREEK dishwasher & more. C O N D O S - 5712 Willnean Dr. Communitywide YARD SALE.Off SR Milford- Multi Family 741&SR 42 in Mason. Sat 9/19 9-1. Subd off Beechwood on Spyglass Hill/Spanish Terrace Ridge Dr Bay.Furniture, Fishing Boat, Bikes, House- lots of kids stuff, girls hold Items, Antiques & up to 4T, bar stools, ex bike, climber, more! More.

F A I R F A X - SAT 9/19, 9:00 - 3:00. 3717 Simpson Ave. Baby items up to 3 toddler. Very nice shoes, coats etc. High chair and misc. CHERRY GROVE - 5 Dishes & Elvis Presley fam 9/19 8-3. Beech - Ceramic Guitars. mont to Nordyke to L FAIRFAX VILLAGE on Vineyard Green Semi- Annual

ANDERSON: Dolls, Vera Bradley, baby BATAVIA/EASTGATE items, frames, 8-1p, FRI NITE EARLY 9/18-19, 6783 Sunray BIRD! 09/18 5:30pm8:00pm & SAT 9/19 CHERRY GROVE Vineyard Green ANDERSON-FRI. 9/18 8am-2pm. 1126 9am-12pm & 9/19 Valleywood Drive (in Condos Community8am-12pm 7422 SHAYLER PARK) Do Wide Garage Sale! Sat 9/19 8-3. Towerview Ln. Com- your Christmas Shopputer desk, chair, ping here!!! Name Nordyke to Vineyard couch, brand Baby & Toddler Green or Hopper Hill ANDERSON HUGE SALE! lamp, Fri/Sat.18th-19th (9-5) nighstand, dresser, clothing, Newborn+. to enter community Towerview off Wolfangle kids toys and much TOYS & BOOKSToddler-Bed, Dbl more! Items priced to GREAT SHAPE, Out- C L I F T O N UHNA YARD Stroller,video games Antique Dresser, sell. door Toys-Step 2 Cot- SALE Sat 9/19, 8-4 p.m. $3/bag-sale, Lots Misc. tage & Roller Coaster, General items, ex furniture, ANDERSON Avon, Jewelry, Books baby clothes, books, elecANDERSON T o w n tronics 530, 627, 630, 650, Fri & Sat 9/18 & 9/19. & MUCH MORE!! ship MULTI-FAMILY 660 Riddle Rd. 1309 Riddle 9 AM - 1 PM GARAGE SALE!!!! View ln Duke off Probasco, SATURDAY SEPT 19 Asbury to Foxtrail to BATAVIA. Sat 9/19 9-4. 2911 Maisel Dr. & Others 9:00am to 5:00pm 773 FARMSWORTH Loads of fishing equipCOURT SHANGRILA & ment, tons of new beauty TICONDEROGA CT MULTI-FAMILY SALE. products at greatly reduced prices. Beanie SOMETHING FOR (off Beechmont just Babies, Attic Treasures, EVERYONE! Longaberger, Boyds west of Five Mile) Bears, girls/ boys cloth- DEER PARK--Book vintage glassware ing, shoes & toys. Floor Sale Community collectibles, pottery, ANDERSON-- Sept style wooden jewelry cabinet. 1973 console stereo Center. 7640 Plainboyd bears, baby 18th & 19th, 9-2. player & radio, field Rd. Sat. Sept. items, clothing, 816 Farmsworth Ct w/record antique platform rocker, 13. 9-2. Affordable frames, housewares, too many items to mist. off Asbury. Wood Proceeds 4088 Zagar Rd. off Old 32 Prices. knick-knacks, furniture crafts, clothes, between Batavia & Wil- Deer Park One day only, rain or liamsburg. Questions, call Historical Society. much more. shine 513-535-3966

Community Wide Yard Sale! Sat 9/19 9am-4pm

FELICITYFri, Sat & Sun. Sept 18, 19 & 20, 9am-4pm 3553 State Route 756 (East 1.5 miles outside of Felicity). Many good things. GLEN ESTE. Fri 9-5 & Sat 9-3. Good buys & good prices. 4702 Shephard, off Tealtown.

GOSHEN- 9/18 & 19, 9a-5p, 1400 Fay Rd, variety of hshld items, clothes, rims, lots more!

KENWOOD-8504 Myrtlewood off Kugler Mill betwn Kenwood & Blue Ash Rd. Sat 9/19 9-3 & Sun 9/20, 12-4. Lets make a deal, our loss your gain. Lots of misc. Old & almost new merchandise.

MILFORD 09/12 8:00 am 2:00 pm 5602 Beech Grove Dr. 2 Family yard sale! 9/111 2 Stove,purses,toys,kids and womans clothes.kitchen items. Much more.

ENGLISH MASTIFF Black, 12 wks, $350, no papers; COCK-A-POOS , 2 male, 6 wks, $200; 6 females $250 obo.; LHASA POO , 5 mos. $200. POO DLE, choc, 12 wks., male, $200; SHIH-TZU P OO , white, 6 mos $200; LHASA APSA, male, 18 mos. $150. 513-850-9376

705 dogs lab pups AKC- charcoal, beautiful, 10wks old, dews, 1st shots, asking $250, 513-505-0034 LABRADOODLE- Pups, F1b, M & F, 6 wks, blonde, black, shots/wormed, POP, $800. 513-260-7490 POODLES- AKC, 1st shots, wormed, females $350, males $250, also Malti Poos $250, 937-587-2787 513-284-3712 PUG-- AKC puppies, POP, fawn, females only, 6 wks old, vet chkd, $395. 513-734-1688

Jack Russell pups, CKC vet chk’d, POP, short legs, smooth coat, $150, 513-875-3370

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MIAMI TWP. Multi family yard sale. Tools, womens clths, collectibles, hshld items. 131 to Betty to Country to 5448 Cindy Sat 19th, 9-4pm.

English Bulldog Pups- AKC, 1st shots, wrmd, 3 fmls, 1 male, champ bloodlines, rdy for new home, DOB 7/1, $1800, 513-429-3066 or 703-869-0849

DOBERMAN puppies JACK RUSSELL red,male&females,pop Pups- Great w/kids, ,vetcheckd/wormed,re smooth coat, short legs, gistrd, 10wks $350- NKC, POP $150-$250. 400 513-553-0095 513-625-1312

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Eastgate- Sat 9/19 9-3. furn, 4 wheeler, motorcycle items, toys, LOVELAND- 9/19, costumes, kitch misc, 8a-5p, Multi Family, prom dresses, bargain 6452 Park Wood Ct, tbls, Lots More! boys clothes, age 1-5, 825 Deervalley Dr., toys, much more! off Rumpke- Rain or Rain or shine! Shine- No Earlybirds L O V E L A N D /M I A M I Township Sat., 9/19 9AM-1PM 1313 & EASTGATE1315 Bedfordshire Dr. Sat, Sept 19, Crib, kitchen table, 8am-4pm, Babson dresser, clothes-kids & Park Subdivision off adults, toys, shoes, Shayler Rd. Between bedding, household Bach-Buxton & Old items and much more! 74. Multi sales throughout neighbor hood, Look for signs & balloons. LOVELAND/miami Rain or shine! TWP. Paxton So. Eastside- Moving 6355 So. Devonshire Sale, Mt Washington Sat 9/ 12 8 am- ? Sat & Sun 9/19 &9/20 Neighborhood Sale 6524 Rainbow Ln, furn & tools, email for list antoine2@fuse.net 513-231-1186

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English Mastiff Pups- Puggle & Pek-A Pug Designer breed, 2 AKC, m/f, fawn & apri cot, also avail 1 yr old males, 12 wks., com COLLIE/LAB MIXplete shots, $200. brindle ml $600, Sweet puppies to love. 513-317-2253 fallsvillemastiffs@ Multi-colored. 9 wks. yahoo.com, Very friendly! $30/ea. PUG- Puppies, AKC, 937-402-1594 2 M& 6 F, Call Kim, brindle & blk, 8 wks, 513-300-0015 1st shots & wormed, $375 cash. Ready to German Shepherd CORGIS- 2 males, go! 513-317-2253 Imports adults & 6 wks old, tri colored, puppies $1500 & up AKC, current on all www. vombuflod.com shots, $300, PUPPIES & 937-477-7735 937-402-1824 SUPPLIES German Short Hair YOUR NEW DACHSHUND MINI Pointers- 12 wks, PUPPY home raised, rare col- $350 females, $300 OPEN 7 DAYS. ors, smooth & long, males, 513-843-6945 7326 Yankee Rd. Will meet or 728-9346 Liberty Township,

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AMELIA 9/18/19/20 9am 5pm 3623 blackjack trail Huge yard sale, behind the water tower off Lewis to Grants Pass. household items, tvs, chain saws and lawnmover as low as $5-$10 dollars. Games, books, furniture. Tools , mix of everything for home and yard. all must go, make an offer

ANDERSON 0 9 /1 9 9:00am -2:00pm, 7243 Concordridge Dr. MULTI-FAMILY SALE! Household items, small furniture, chandelier, toys: power rangers, barbies, brio trains, children’s clothing + shoes.

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Paying top dollar for any war relics, ADOPT-- Animal Resweapons, helmets, cue Fund. Kittens, Cats, uniforms, medals Puppies & Dogs. anything military. 513-753-9252. 513-309-1347. Local www.petfinder.com firefighter & collector

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AMELIA garage sale. 9/18-19, 9a-4p. Hshld items, furn, some computer eqpt, tools & other misc items. 3628 Appomatox Dr.

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INSTANT CASH PAID ! ! ! ! ! ! ! For Baseball cards, Adopt a Dog, Puppy coins, gold, silver, paper Cat or Kitten All sizes, shapes, money, antiques, old toys, watches, comics, colors, breed mixes; All need forever Nascar, Case XX, milita- homes! Adoption Fees All Cats - $75.00 ry, trains, autographs, All Dogs - $95.00 entire estates, lots of Adoption Fee Incl: others! We pick up. Spay/Neuter, Shots & Microchipping. 513-295-5634. The League For Animal Welfare is a 1 Buyer of No-Kill Shelter. WWI & WWII -- US 513-735-2299 German & Japanese ! www.lfaw.org !

BUYING 35mm Photo Slides 1940’s - 1960’s primarily railroad related. RR memorabilia Comic Books 1940’s 1970’s. 513-325-4913

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A+ BUYING CHINA, Crystal, Silver. Estate & Collectibles. Top $$. 513-793-3339

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AMELIA- Fri 9/18 9-5 & Sat 9/19 9-3, 1363 Postcreek Rd Across from Amelia High School. Boys clothes, toys, hsewrs & more

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MONTGOMERY 8-3P 9/18-19-20. 8725 TIBURON DR. in Tanager Woods Subd. Furn, sports eqpt & clothes, drum set, toys, vid games, great books, HSM, hshld, Xmas & hween MONTGOMERY- Fri 9/18 & Sat 9/19 8-4, 7893 Cooper Rd. Antiques, collectibles, tools, hshold items & more

MT Lookout 09/12 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 1311 Suncrest Drive LOVELAND Foosball table, Port Sat 9/19, 9am-2pm basketball hoop, wom418 Broadway St en’s left hand golf MILFORD9/19 & 20, (off Rt 48) 9a-5p, 1365 Red Bud clubs-new, 2 women’s Wicker, chairs, bikes,hammock-new, Ln, boys & girls rocking chairs, gatelots of misc items. clothes, womens leg table, church clothes, toys, hshld Rain or shine - no earpew, baskets, quilts, items knick knacks, ly birds please!! Afghans, bedding, lots of Barbies & dishes, games, new Bratz dolls! cookbooks, tons of Mt. washington- 9/18, 9-4 & pillows, Folk Art, MILFORD/EASTGAT 9/19 9-noon. Furn, sports Priced to Sell! equip & memorabilia, Xmas E 9/18 & 19, 8 am to decor, Avon collectibles, RAIN or SHINE! 2pm 680 Brandy Way young mens clothes & Lots of Parking! off Beechwood MULTI Something for everyone! NO EARLY BIRDS 2609 Bonnie Dr FAMILY, Cul de sac MADISONVILLE Sat Garages.Furn,tools,to MT WASHINGTON 8-?. 4440 Plainville Rd ys,household,new,etc MULTI FAMILY speakers, radio, DVD Fri 9/18 9a-3p, & cass player, furn, etc Sutton to Cambridge to1634 Longbourne MASON 09/13 3:00 St, Airens snowMilford Faith pm 6:00 pm 8936 thrower 3.5hp, FurniChurch MOPS M A S O N ture, collectibles, MONTGOMERY RD Baby & Kids Stuff glassware, household, Sale Village SDA Church in holiday items, jewelry, Mason Charitable Consignment quality clothing & much more! Yard Sale, clothing for sizes Money goes to sup- 0- 12, toys, gear & NEWTOWN port an orphanage, Much More! Fri 9/18 7-7 Sale in parking lot be- Sat Sept 19, 9-12p. Sat 9/19 7-3. hind the church build- Admission $1.00. 7188 Ohio Rt 32. ing 5910 Price Rd Warehouse sale, Mosaic vases, bskets, MASON. Fri & Sat 8MILFORDdried flowers, ribbon. 12. Huge 12+ Family Multi Family & other asst. home Sale in Greenfield antiques, baby items, decor items. Place off Butler handy man tools, NORWOOD-Sept Warren,7974 misc. Hedgewood Cir. Everything Must Go! 18th & 19th, 9am2pm. 2013 Cleneay. Furniture,toys,home Fri 9/18 9-5 & Furn, serving pcs, decor,clothes, too Sat 9/19 9-1 Xmas decor, more much to list, must see! 5441 Bailey Dr.

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NORWOOD’S SEMI-ANNUAL YARD SALE Fri., Sept 18th • Sat, Sept 19th 9AM-5PM BOTH DAYS Download directory from www.norwoodohio.com or visit Norwood Treasurer’s Office.

Sycamore Twp. 9/189/19, 8-5. Corner of 12182 Conrey Rd & Fields Ertel. Hand tools, lawn & garden equip, glassware, sm kitchen appls & more. SYMMES TWP - 9/19, 8:30-noon, Multi Family, Carrou sel Court Street Sale! Off Lebanon Rd

Pierce TownshipLocust Corner Church. yard sale, Sat 9/19 84pm 917 Locust corner Rd. furn, antiques, SYMMES TWP . Sat House wares, church 9/19, 9-2. Large selec fundraiser. tion of donated items from local estate & PLEASANT PLAIN-- more. Lots of treas Sat Sept 19th, 8am-? ures including McCoy. 9986 SR132. Hi End Roseville, Hull items. baby items (furniture, All priced to sell. Pro toys, clothes), much ceeds benefit Symmes more! Historical Society Log House Project. 11887 Lebanon Rd. PLEASANT RIDGE No early birds. Presbyterian Ch . Rummage Sale. Sat 9/19, 9-2. Lunch 11-1. Lester & Montgomery RENT SPACES AT FALL COMMUNITY SALE! Great visibility, level lots, 10/9 & 10/10 $15 for both days, contact Lynn by 10/7, 859-525-0213 btwn 7:30a & 3:30p Mon-Fri

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1099 ST RT 131 ----------Featuring: Xavier professor Bernard Gendreau’s estate collection including: art, philosophy, theology & much more. ---------Wed. Sept 16, 5-7p Thurs. Sept 17, 5-7p Fri. Sept 18, 12-5p Sat. Sept 19, 10-4p SYCAMORE T o w n ship 09/26 9:00 am 2:00 pm Hetz Drive Sycamore Township Community Yard Sale - Montgomery Towne Condo. If heading W on 275, take Exit 50 and turn left on Mongomery Rd. Right on Hetz. If heading E on 275 take Exit 50 and go straight crossing over Montgomery Rd. onto Hetz. Once on Hetz stay right passing pond. Turn left after pool into parking lot.

WEST Chester 9-1109 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 7514 Joan Drive Everything Must Go! 1940’s Coke Machine, Reds Seats, Antiques, Home Decor, Womens Suits, Game Tables, Toys, Tools Building Supplies and Much More!

WEST C H E S T E R 9/18-19 8AM-3PM 8227 COX ROAD HUGE!!! WHOLE HOUSE YARD SALE! TOOLS, FURN, KTCHNWRE, CHINA, PATIO FURN, ELCTRNCS, EXRCSE BIKE, SOFTGOODS, OLD BOOKS, W A L L P I C S , COLLECTBLS, XMAS,&MORE!

WEST Chester Fri 9/11 & Sat 9/12 8 am to 3 pm Rolling Knolls Subdivision. North of Rt. 42 & Fields Ertel. Huge Neighborhood Garage Sale

Withamsville- 9/18 & 19, 9a-4p, 4144 Brookfield Dr, couch, recliners, & misc items


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1999 CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE

LXI PKG, LEATHER, ONLY 74K, NICE! #98105-1........................... $5,484

2006 CHRYSLER 300 LOADED, CHROME PKG, ONLY 33K MILES, LOOK!!! #98237............................................... $14,221

2002 CHEVROLET 1500 PICKUP

2007 DODGE MAGNUM SXT PKG LEATHER, ONLY 34K MILES, WON’T LAST LONG!! #98202...............................$14,528

2005 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER

2007 FORD MUSTANG COUPE LOADED, ONLY 25K MILES, NONE NICER! #98269.............................................. $14,924 2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA 3.8, V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, STEREO, CD, GREAT VALUE #98262............................... $15,974

REGULAR CAB, V6, AUTO, A/C, EXCELLENT CONDITION.............. $6,422 FULL POWER, ONLY58K, EASY ON GAS! #98020-1....................... $7,222

2003 CARAVAN SXT

V6, QUADS, PW, PL, ALUM WHEELS............................................ $7,273

2006 SATURN ION-2

FULL POWER, 77K, BACK TO SCHOOL CAR! #93023-1................. $7,910

2005 CHRYSLER 300C HEMI, LEATHER, ALL THE TOYS #98262.......................................................................... $16,972 2009 FORD MUSTANG COUPE FULL POWER, FACTORY WARRANTY, WHY BUY NEW? #98246........................... $16,998 30 TRUCKS & SUVs TO CHOOSE FROM! TRUCKS & SUVs OVER

2007 CHRYSLER TOWN & CNTRY

STK #98255

2004 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 LAREDO, FULL POWER, ONLY 61K MILES #982432..................................... $10,996 2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 BLACK, SPORT PKG, FULL POWER, ONLY 25K, NOT A MISPRINT #98236....................... $12,984 2007 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT PKG FULL POWER, REG CAB, V8, 33K MILES, #98146...........................................$13,333

OOSE 3 TO CH ! FROM

2007 JEEP LIBERTY 4X4 SPORT ONLY, 17K MILES, “SUNROOF”, WHY BUY NEW? #98254.................................... $14,852 2006 DODGE DURANGO 4X4 SLT PKG, LOADED, 4.7 V8, ONLKY 30K MILES #98114......................................... $14,996 2007 DODGE NITRO’S 4X4 2 TO CHOOSE FROM, SXT, LOADED, TEEN MILES, FACT WARR, # 9823,98235........... $15,981 2007 JEEP COMMANDER 4x4 SPORT PKG, 4.7 V8,FULL POWER, ONLY 22K #98130........................................... $16,999 2005 DODGE 1500 QUAD CAB 4X4 BLACK, 20” WHEELS, PW, PL, STEREO, CD, NEW TIRES............................... $17,973 2007 DODGE NITRO 4X4 SLT, FACTORY WARRANTY, TRAILER TOW, ONLY 18K #98256....................................... $17,981

2006 FORD F-150 SUPER CAB 4X4 X LT PKG, 5.4 V8, LOADED, SHARP!,#98267.............................................. $18,987 2007 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 X PKG FAUTO, AIR, HARD TOP, ONLY 23K MILES #98176........................................ $19,990 2007 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD 4X4 20” WHEELS, ONLY 29K MILES, SLT PKG #98242......................................$20,998 2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 LIMITED, LEATHER, SUN ROOF, ONLY 24K MILES, #98263..........................$22,996 2009 DODGE RAM 1500 CREW CAB, HEMI, SUNBURST ORANGE, 4X4, UNDER 700 MILES ................................ $31,988

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2007 DODGE 1500 2WD REG CAB, SLT, FULL POWER, LONG BED, ONLY 17K MILES #98136................................ $13,999

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4 CYL, 7 PASSENGER, AUTO, A/C............................................... $3,700

1997 FORD TAURUS

2007 CHRYSLER SEBRING TOURING EDITION, LOADED, ONLY 27K MILES #98134............................................ $11,444

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1999 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CONT GS SPYDER FULL POWER, ONLY 52K, #98147.............................................. $9,496

2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 13-14K MILES, TWO TO CHOOSE FROM, FACT WARR, #98171.98172.......... $18,460

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THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL S 07 FORD FOCUS SE AUTO, PW/PL, 2 TO CHOOSE.....................$9,932 05 FORD FOCUS ST SUNROOF, LIMITED PRODUCTION MODEL...$10,932 05 CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE 6-SPEED TRANS,A/C, FULL POWER.........$13,932 08 HYUNDAI SONATA FULL POWER EQUIPMENT.......................$13,932 08 CHEVY HHR 29K, FULL POWER................................$13,932 06 HONDA CIVIC CI FULL POWER, SUNROOF.........................$13,932 07 FORD FIVE HUNDRED SEL AWD, FULL POWER EQUIPMENT..............$14,932 05 CHRYSLER 300 C 39K, FULLY EQUIPPED!..........................$17,932 09 FORD FUSION SE AUTO, FULL PWR, FACTORY WARRANTY....$17,932 09 SATURN AURA V6, PW/PL, CRUISE, FACTORY WARRANTY. $18,932 08 FORD ESCAPE XLT 2 TO CHOOSE, FACTORY WARRANTY........$18,932

UNDER $10,000 02 MERCURY COUGAR SUNROOF,5-SPEED,EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION...$3,932 99 FORD EXPLORER XLS 4X4 FULL POWER.......................................$3,932 01 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN GREAT CONDITION,A/C, READY TO ROLL......$5,932 02 DODGE STRATUS SE ONE OWNER, 67K MILES, SUNROOF...........$5,932 00 FORD RANGER SC 4X4 AUTOMATIC,A/C,VERY CLEAN..................$6,932 04 BUICK REGAL LS LOW MILES, FULLY LOADED!....................$7,932 02 CHEVY S-10 EXT CAB LOW MILES, DIAMOND TOOLBOX................$7,932 08 DODGE CALIBER AUTO,AIR,PRICED TO SELL! 2TO CHOOSE.......$9,932 Offers End 9/30/09

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THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE CROSSWORD PUZZLE LET’S PLAY BINGO

BY TODD GROSS / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

ACROSS 1 Mark your card! 7 Items in an ed.’s in-box 10 Covered, in a way 14 Briefly, after “in” 19 1960s-’70s Ford muscle car 20 On one’s ___ 21 Companion of Artemis whom Zeus changed into a spring 22 It comes after a “long time” 23 The Pequod, e.g. 24 Giggle syllable 25 Mark your card! 27 Slacken (off) 28 Sign off on 31 Emperor who married his stepsister 32 Child of the ’70s, in brief 33 Third year in 31-Across’s reign 34 Like any channel between 30 and 300 MHz 35 Plumbing or heating 37 Endangered Everglades mammal 39 Starbucks size bigger than grande 41 Diagram used for brainstorming 43 Other side 44 Manfred ___, 1967 Chemistry Nobelist 45 Classic Disney film that includes “The Nutcracker Suite” 47 Gravy holder For any three answers, call from a touch-tone phone: 1-900-2855656, $1.49 each minute; or, with a credit card, 1-800814-5554.

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68 Untested 69 Football stat. 71 Within: Prefix 72 Soap opera, e.g. 73 Undergrad degs. 74 The A.C.C.’s Seminoles 75 Mark your card! 76 Celebrated in style 81 “… blackbirds baked in ___” 84 Baseball stat. 85 Skin colorer 86 School near Windsor Castle 87 Went around 88 German mercenary 90 Spoils 91 Sailor’s vision obstructer

92 Mark your card! 94 Popular 1940s radio show “___ Alley” 95 Get ready to fall, maybe 96 Star employee 99 Does perfectly 100 ___ Janis, star of Broadway’s “Puzzles of 1925” 103 Like some pyramids 107 Try it out 109 Trillion: Prefix 110 “___ put it another way …” 112 YouTube clip, for short 113 Bambi’s aunt 116 Agcy. regulating guns


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East

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Stk #9-3080 MSRP $32,415

4x2

’09 DODGE DAKOTA ’09 DODGE RAM EXT CAB SLT 2500 QUAD CAB SLT

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’09 DODGE CHARGER SE

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009 850 motorcycles 935 trucks/suvs 950 automobiles for sale

705 dogs

705 dogs

740 livestock

SCHNAUZER MINI CKC, M $300, F $350 cash. Salt & Pepper, DOB 7/18, 1st shot, tails docked, 937-378-2113

YORKIEBEAUTIFUL black/tan M puppy, non shedding, shots, wormed. Sm.6-10# Female Yorkie/dorkie 2 yrs. b/t great with kids. very loving. 859-512-8146

24-BLACK HAFERS WILL START CALVING IN SEPTEMBER 512-463-2975 502803-5960

SCOTTISH Terrier Puppies akc, Adorable, health guaranteed, ready for their new families. 513-6253414

YAMAHA 1700: 2005 1700cc Yamaha Midnight Silverado..under 4,500 miles on it, in excellent condition. Rides nice and very Mini Donkey- beautiful dependable. Lots of brownish grey Jack, extras, and won’t be 19 mo, tame, disappointed.A lot of loveable & sweet, bike for the $300, 859-493-0240 money.513-793-1798 after 6 P.M. please. boats, motors/ Price 6,500.00 O.B.O.

810 equip.

SHELTIES- AKC pups, sable, shots, wormed, vet chkd, $400-$450. 937-987-2097. dianashelties.com

NOMAD Skyline ’05 . 24 ft 5th whl w/ slide out, sleeps 6-8 adults, exc cond., nonsmoker/no pets. $13,000 obo. 513-309-0397

Yorkies- & yorkie poos, teacups, M & F, $375 -$500. 7 wks old, health guar. Call for photos.740-820-2460 850 motorcycles

SHIH A POO/ PEKINGESE Mix- CKC reg, M & F, $275 & 710 cats $300. Shots, wormed, balls of fur, many col- ADOPT-A-KITTEN ors, 513-625-9170 variety of mixed SHIH TZU- AKC, 8 wks, 1 black& white fe male, vet chkd, all shots, wormed, $400 cash. 513-553-0057

kittens. Vet ckd, healthy, 1st shots $28. 513-683-2883

2000 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 Classic, 20K miles, wndshld, black w red n silver accent. Great cond. New batt 09, V&H exhaust. 2K in extra chrome. 3300.00 O.B.O. 513678-9687

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SHIH-TZU Poos ShihTzu Poos 200.00 or best offer, males one black one tan very Cat Adoptions = $75 adorable 1st set shots Dog Adoptions = $95 and have been Adoption Fee Incl: wormed call 614-301- Spay/Neuter, Shots 6572 & Microchipping 513-735-2299 SHIH TZU -- Pups, ! www.lfaw.org ! CKC registered, 3F, 1M, 13 weeks old, Adopt Kittens/ shots, wormed, $250 Cats: ea. 937-695-0023 from Heartt Animal RefSHIH tzus, 8 wks, uge. Spayed/ neutered, AKC, Shots/Wormed, vaccinated. Application & Exp Breeder, $350- donation required. Thurs 6-8p Sat & Sun 11-2. 400, 937-779-6690 or 544-6977 Sharonville 513-368-4568

20th ANNUAL

VINTAGE BIKE RALLY SWAP MEET & BIKE SHOW. Sept 26-27 Boone Co. Fair grounds. 5819 Idle wild Rd., Burlington Ky. American, British, European Japanese classes. Rick 513-734-2548 Proceeds to charity.

Buying Old Motorcycles 1977 & older. BMW, British, Japanese & others. 513-604-1402 HONDA CB750F ’79. 1 owner, fairing, trunk, back rest, new tires/batt/seals, TLC. Lk new $4000. 513-231-3110

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TERRI-POO - Small, fluffy pups, 7 wks, vet chkd, 1st shots, females, choc or black, $250 cash. 513-3533204, 513-315-9964

VIZSLA PUPS- AKC, shots & wrmd, champ horses and bldlines $350. 5 mos 730 equipment old- only 2 left. 513-344-6209 Good Horse hay, Alfalfa $3.75 per bale WHEATON TERRIER, soft 200 bales. coat. Fem, AKC w/papers. 6 mos. 2nd shots, wormed. 937-375-6291 $675. 513-233-5506

YORKIE- AKC males & females, vet chkd, 2nd shot, 3 mos old, adorable & lively! $450 up. 513-693-2892

CHEV TrailBlazer ’04 $8995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

SUGAR Gliders: Pair of male sugar gliders-very friendly and super cute---6 mns old-comes w/cage, tun nels,h amm ocks, h e a t rock,vines,bowels,bon ding pouch,travel cage etc $300.00, 513-3756839

CADILLAC SRX V6 ’08

JEEP Cherokee ’00 $6,988 Mike Jones 888-284-4135

NISSAN Xterra ’04 $13,988 Mike Jones 888-284-4135

LOADED, AWD, NAV, 11000mi, SPT PKG, Charcoal, $30,500. 513-549-2805

CHEV Aveo ’06 $9,988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135

CHEV Cavalier ’01 $4995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

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Highlander

Sport ’06. Blue ext, snrf, V6, 4WD, 3rd row st, 21K CHEV Cavalier ’03 $5995 mi, $19,300 513-300-1976 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

Toyota Tacoma ’90 Pickup- ex cab, 4x4, 165k mis, 5 spd, V6, rear seat, $4200, 513-485-2208

T O Y O T A TUNDRA SR5 Dble Cab ’06: 4x2, bedliner, auto, tow pkg. , 49k mis. $18,200. 513-702-5622

940 vans/ mini-vans CHEV Venture ’02 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

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CHRYS PT Cruiser ’05 $6,499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

Honda Accord ’98 $4988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135

LINC Continental ’72 $4995 PONT Sunfire ’05 $6988 Mike Jones Motors Landen Motors 888-284-4135 513-683-4322

DODGE Neon ’02 $4,995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

HONDA Accord ’98 $7,499 MAZDA Mazda6 i ’05 ac ps pw pm cd, 48400mi 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com Maroon/Tan $10,300 perfect 859-250-7491

HONDA Accord EX V6 ’09. Loaded, navig, mnrf, lther, dual zone climate, premium FORD Club Wagon ’96 sound, XM, more! List $4,999 1-877-736-8136 over $31,500, sell www.ohiomotorsinc.com $26,000. Mt Orab, 513-265-9160 FORD Crown Victoria DODGE Neon ’04 $9995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

CHEV Aveo LT ’09. LX ’02 Blk., All pwr, AC, 4 dr, 5 spd, new - only 600 Cruise, N/smkr, Alrm, Cln, mi, pd $13,340, must sell 78K, $4,900. 859-866-0010 $11,000/obo. 513-615-3628

TOYOTA Highlander Hybrid ’08. Limited Ed, 4WD, leather, 3rd row seat, 100K mi fact warrty, low mi, $32K. 513-321-2046 CHEV Cavalier ’02 $4595 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

TOYOTA

950 automobiles for sale

CHEV Cavalier ’04 $3995 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com CHEV Cobalt ’07 $9988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135 CHEV Impala ’08 $13,988 Mike Jones 888-284-4135

CHEV Impala LS ’05luxury Sedan, 6 cyl, fully loaded, 28 mpg, lthr, sunrf, 34k mis, 1 owner, $9500, 513-984-2870 CHEV

Lumina ’98. Pwr drs & wins. Great shape, needs new trans. 1 owner $1000. 513-752-0871

CHEV Lumina ’99. Exc cond, lthr, well equipped. 20K mi. $3599. 513-722-8477 CHEV Nova ’74 $3,995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

HONDA Odyssey’99 $5999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

CHRYSLER 300M ’01 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

HONDA ODYSSEY EX/L ’07: white, low mis, gar’d, warr, RES sys, loaded. $25,900. 513-741-7475 or 513-260-1884

CHRYS PT Cruiser ’03 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

FORD Escort ’98 $3499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com FORD Focus ’05 $7,324 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com FORD Focus ’05 $7988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135 FORD Focus ’07 $10,988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135 FORD Fusion ’06 $13,988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135

ford FusionSE ’09. 4 cyl,

grey, 1400 miles, showroom new, extra options, $17,300. 513-383-1546 FORD Thunderbird ’97 $4,999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

GEO TRACKER ’91’conv, hard top, $1200 very dep, good in snow 513-561-5791 HON DA Accord ’07many acc, 33k mis, often over 30 mpg on hwy, avg 26 mpg in town, 1 owner, $16,500 513-368-3616 HONDA ACCORD ’97 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com HONDA Accord ’98 $4595 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

HONDA Accord EXL ’09- 4dr Sedan, auto, lthr, 6 disc cd, sunrf, rear spoiler, sat radio, very clean, still looks & smells new! 13,500k mis, $23,500, 513-378-9215

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810-950 Recreational

Antique/Collector Cars Autos Wanted Automobile Lease Automobile Loans Automobile for Sale Parts, Repairs, Accs. Trucks/Rent, Lease Truck, Tractor/Trailer Commercial Vehicles Trucks/ SUV’s Vans/Mini-Vans Utility Trailers

DODGE Dakota ’98 $6499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

930 905 945 943 950 910 915 920 922 935 940 902

Honda Civic ’92. Only $650! Police Impounds! Listings 800-559-4086 x 2659 HONDA Civic ’98 $4999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

HONDA Civic Si ’07

snrf, tint, excellent cond 13578mi, White, $18,995. 513-412-1921

HONDA Civic Si ’99

cc, snrf, AC, cd, 150000mi., Red, $4,000. 513-304-2059

INFINITI G35 Sports Coupe ’03 snrf, tint, lthr, 45000mi., Tan ex wls trs $16,598. 513-476-1027

JAGUAR X J 8 ’00. 112K mi, V8, all maint rec, 6disc cd chngr, lthr, sunrf, Runs Grt $6500. 513-312-7576

SUBARU Forester ’00 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com SUBARU Forester ’02 $7499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

MINI COOPER S ’06. Pristine cond. Less than 4K mi. Under warranty. $22,000. 513-753-9356

TOYOTA Camry ’03

snrf, tint, 178000mi., Silver, $6,200, non-smoker. MITS Diamante ’01 $5,999 513-200-1552 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com TOYOTA Corolla ’02 $5995 Landen Motors NISSAN 200SX ’97 $4,999 513-683-4322 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

TOYOTA Corolla/ NISSAN SENTRA ’94: Prism ’00. Runs good, new tires, tune up, & auto, runs great. brakes, like new, auto, $1100. beautiful cond, 513-598-2600 or $4400/obo 485-2208 513-693-3868

USED CARS BUY HERE PAY HERE

OLDS Alero ’02 $4,488 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135 OLDS Cutlass ’99 $5999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

Eighty Eight ’95 $599 KIA Amanti ’05- blk, OLDS 1-877-736-8136 loaded, lxry, 54k mis, www.ohiomotorsinc.com new $30,000, still in warr, compare to OLDS Eighty-Eight ’99 Avalon, Accura, Inifinti, $5,999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com Jag, or Mercedes, all lthr, Loveland, Oh, TORONADO $9995, 714-598-9673 OLDS Trofeo ’88: 79K mis, 8K on Michelins. exc KIA Rio5 ’06 $8988 Mike Jones Motors cond. $3500. 888-284-4135 513-777-3270

LEXUS ES300 ’97. 108K miles, loaded, silver/gray, excellent cond., newer tires. $5500. 513-469-2596 LEXUS ES 300 ’99 $7999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

513-752-2277

VOLKSWAGEN Jetta ’94 $3,499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com VOLVO 960 ’97 $3995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

Community Classified

PONT. BONNEVILLE ’99: $3000. Good cond. CD player, all pwr. 859-341-8665

513.242.4000 Sell it quicker by selling it closer to home.

PONTIAC G6 ’06 $12,988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135 PONTIAC G6 ’07 $14,488 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135

HONDA Odyssey LX

’04 good condition,tint, cd, 98000mi., Gray, $7995. 513-519-4010 MITS Montero ’02 $6499 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com NISSAN Quest ’00 $4595 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

950 automobiles for sale

ACURA CLS Type ’01. 2 dr auto, silver, leather, navig, 66k mi, very good cond. $7700. 513-253-6936

9 TILLERS IN STOCK! Starting at

349

$

Starting at

299

$

EP2500CX

fied by Factory, new tires, must see, $18,900. 513-593-2549

GENERATOR Starting at

BMW X5 4.4i ’04

lthr, 088188mi., Blue, $18,000. 513-227-5372

2 TRIMMERS TRIMMERS IN S TOCK! STOCK!

to, cass , good cond. $3000. 859-341-8665

BUICK ROADMASTER ’92: 350 eng, V8, 122K mis, DVD, TV, navig, cold ac, tilt, pw, pdl, FORD F150 ’05 $19,988 Mike Jones Motors new parts incl master 888-284-4135 cylinder, battery, fuel pump, brake pads GMC ENVOY DENALI frt/bk, brake line, cali07 Fully loaded, 13k pers, oxygen sensor & mi, Red Jewel, sunrf. dual exh. No accidents $25,200. $2500obo For info. 513-752-7359 or 513-233-8296 513 -407-1484 513.242.4000

SAAB 9-5 SE ’99

cd, lthr, ht & a/c seats, Green, $4000, clean, loaded. 513-791-2139

27 MOWERS IN STOCK! STOCK!

Starting at

299

$

FORD Explorer ’02 $8618 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

Conv, auto, low 68K, XCnd, recs,garged, $8,875OBO 513-235-7496

Honda Accord LX ’00.Exc cond, 4dr Merc Grand Marquis Hwy mileage, $4500 ’96. red, 88K, 1 ownr, 513-227-4547 a/c, 26mpg, exc cond, $2900. 513-943-9670

HONDA ODYSSEY EX-L ’08: 4dr, van, slvr, 22K mis, gray lthr, ht’d seats, 6 disc CD in dash & many other options. Incredible, well maint. vehicle. $25,995 513-367-6109 ask for John

860 BUICK LeSabre’97 $3995 810 FORD 250 Super Duty Landen Motors 513-683-4322 820 Diesel ’06. Crew cab, Lariat. Has everything! Can 830 take a Gooseneck trailer. BUICK LeSabre ’98: 850 22k mi. $29,000 or may fully equipt, white, autake 150 Ford pickup in trade. 513-899-2394

SAAB 900 Turbo ’92

MERCEDES-BENZ EClass E320 Wagon ’98 110K mi., White, Ex. cond.below book, $7000 513-530-9370

ALERO ’00 GLS, Black, 4dr, Auto, 3.4L V6, 138,000mi, org owner, non smoker, well-maintained, Dodge Dakota ’96- V6, $2900, (513)368-6127 50k orig mis, orig ownr, 8ft bed w/ liner, AUDI A4 3.0 quattro new tires, sliding rear ’05 4dr snrf, tint, lthr, ASA rims, 49000mi, Gray, window, asking $4000, $18,000. 513-276-5501 Must See! srs calls onBMW 325 xi ’04 Certi ly, 513-289-5712 DODGE Dakota ’97 $5995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

PORSCHE 911 Targon ’81. Excellent cond., Red w/black T-top, $15,500. 513-600-1776

MAZDA Protege ’95 $1799 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

CHEV TrailBlazer ’05 $8995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

Airplanes GUILDING 4 yr, wht & Boats/Motors/Equipt. brown paint 13 h, RV’s, Campers, Trailers $500, brown & wht paint mare, 3 yrs old, Off-Road Vehicles $500, wht, blk & brown paint 9 yrs old, 15.2 h Motorcycles $700, all broke to ride, Automotive

YORKIE- Pups, 3 fe can deliver, males, 7 wks old, 812-534-3819 CKC, wormed, will be tiny, cash only, $450 Hay for horses- 3rd & 513-625-1057 4th cutting, alfalfa & 513-969-6952 orchard grass mix. No mold, No chemicals YORKIES-CKC, pure 937-515-9734. Delivry & mixes, x-sm M $450, avg sz M $300, M&F MINIATURE HORSES mixes, $200-$250. (1) Paint w/baby filly Cash. 937-515-1992 (1) App stallion (1) pregnant mare Make offer. Yorkies, CKC, 513-625-0428 Snoodles, CKC, males & females $250 & up To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000 513-625-0025

GMC Sonoma ’03 $8988 Mike Jones Motors 888-284-4135

DODGE Gr Caravan ’04

BINGO

ST. BERNARD-Pups, 8 wks, wormed, m/f long & short haired. $300. 513-432-0274

CADILLAC DeVille ’89 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

CARS/TRUCKS- will buy $6995 Landen Motors unwanted cars/trucks & 513-683-4322 will tow free. Top $$ paid 513-284-3888. FORD E150 Conversion Van. ’95 I inherited a van from my 930 antique and collector cars grandfather. Exc cond, No rust, he vacationed BUYING ANY OLD in FLA in winters; fully loaded; 95K mi CARS CLASSIC $4,000. 513-899-3637 ANTIQUE ’30-’40-50-60-70s Running/not 403-7386 HONDA Odyssey’00 $8499

SHIH-TZU - Toy Pups, CHEV shots up to date, Himalayan Kittens, M, CORVETTE/MUSCLE wormed, vet chkd, CFA, dob 7/9/09, 1st shots, CARS/CLASSIC microchipped, 4 wks-3 litter trnd, Flame & lilac. KAWASAKI VULCAN WANTED Private Ownyrs old, M & F, house - $200. 513-256-2527 750 ’03. Low miles ers Only. 513-608-8121 broken, 513-490-3261 (2100). Garage kept. geocities.com/ Very good cond., supeyguy83/ $4000. 513-376-3191 ELDORADO 1976, all orig. Bk, red leather. pocketpals1 HIMALAYAN/Persian Parade boot, 58K, NORTON 750 ’72. CFA, 1st SHITZU-POOS - Adora- kittens, V.G. cond. runs great, 1 owner, collector ble, cute, designers! Non- shots, vet ck, hlth $9000 513-325-9458 shed, hypo all. 6 wks, S&W guar 513-683-1866. bike, Combat ent, new argcincy@aol.com $199-$225. 937-386-0003 tank/tires/batt/elec ig, pawprintscattery.com lk new. $6000. VW Beetle ’74- con SIBERIAN Husky 2-5 513-231-3110 Himalyans & vertible, solid car, rdy mos old purebred puppies. One pure white, Persians- CFA reg, TGB ’07 150 cc scooter,blue for restoration! $2800, 513-652-2813 one black/white, both vet chk’d, 1st shots, 13 inch wheels, 2170mi,looks, runs like new, crystal blue eyes. Not many colors, $200 & adult ridden, $1750. Mt. VW Rabbit Pickup up, 513-683-3411 spayed. CKC reg. Washington 871-6606 ’82. 1 owner, solid body, YAMAHA ’87 razz 50cc $300/each or best ofall orig. Good cond. $3250. Kittens- $25 each, part scooter red new tires, batLeave msg. 513-231-3258. fer. 859-485-1341 tery, receipts. Street legal, symese, tiger striped 30mph $300 firm. Mt Wash/white, tiger striped/w ington 871-6606 935 trucks/suvs orange tent., de-flea’d and wormed To place your 513-403-4549 CHEV Custom ’87513-797-6522 good older truck, runs great, good for ad call RAGDOLL--TICA Reg hauling, $600, kittens. Beautiful, 513.242.4000 513-284-3217 12-7 healthy show quality pets. Ready for adop CHEV TAHOE ’98. 2-dr. RARE. Siberian Husky Pups tion. 513-846-5125 A-1 Condition. $7700. POP, Blue eyes, Call Bob, 513-831-5709 wrmd, blk/wht, 8 wks, 720 pets/ accessories $400 513-248-8156

CAD Fleetwood ’76 $9995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

GMC Sierra ’96 $6,999 1-877-736-8136 www.ohiomotorsinc.com

LEXUS RX330 ’05very good cond, load ed, lthr, Sirius radio, 114k mis, $17,900obo, 513-293-9074

COBIA 17’ 80HP Yamaha New bimini EC 513-240-3560 513240-3560

SHELTIES-AKC, 6 wks. m & f, tri, YORKIES- male, AKC, blk/wht, sable /wht, 1st shots, wormed, Wormed. Cash only. 8 wks, 1 small $500, 820 rv’s, campers, trailers $225. 513-625-3408, 1 tiny $600, 513-833-5660 513-403-3601

GMC Rally ’90 $2495 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

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CAD DeVille ’94 $3995 Landen Motors 513-683-4322

829

$ ALL MODELS AVAILABLE!

50

DIFFERENT MODELS IN STOCK!

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

East

BEECHMONT THE REAL DEAL

- Community Classified

D7

2009 FORD F250 4x4 DIESEL VIN#IFTSF21R79EA54170

MSRP.......................................$41,480 BF Discount................................$5,081 Ford Factory Rebate..................$5,000

FORD

$31,399 2009 FORD F150 4X4 REG CAB VIN#IFTRF14W19KA84065

MSRP.......................................$26,910 BF Discount................................$2,511 Ford Factory Rebate..................$3,000

$21,399 2009 FORD F350 4x4 SC XLT VIN#IFTWX31569EA48796

MSRP.......................................$42,285 BF Discount................................$4,786 Ford Factory Rebate..................$5,500

$31,999 2009 FORD F250 4x2 SC XL VIN#IFTSX20529EA54119

MSRP.......................................$32,235 BF Discount................................$3,336 Ford Factory Rebate..................$5,000

$23,899 *0% Financing is through Ford Credit. Not everyone will qualify. Limited terms apply to certain vehicles. All discounts and rebates deducted from sales price. See your dealer for complete details. Dealer is not responsible for typographical errors in this advertisement. Pictures may not reflect exact make and model dealer has in stock. Sale ends 9/30/09.

BEECHMONT

INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS

0

FORD

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Full Service Department

1695

$

Oil Change

OFFICIAL OUTLET STORE FOR LORMAR AUTO GROUP ‘03 Ford Explorer...........$11,488 Stock #MB1170

‘99 Ford Ranger...............$5,988 Stock #MB1174, SUPER CAB, 4X4

‘02 Ford Sport Trac.........$10,988 Stock #MB1173

‘07 Dodge Nitro SLT........$14,988

Stock #ME1131

‘01 Chevy Tracker.............$4,988

Stock #MB1133A1

‘08 Ford Fusion SEL........$14,988

‘09 Hyundai Sonata GLS...$14,988

‘08 Pontiac Grand Prix.....$11,988

‘02 Ford Ranger XLT..........$4,988

‘08 Kia Optima LX..........$10,988

‘09 Toyota Avalon XL.......$21,988

‘99 Ford Windstar LX.........$2,988

‘08 Mazda MAZDA6i........$12,988

‘03 Chev Silverado 1500.....$7,988

Stock #ME1144

Stock #MB1079A

Stock #MB1097

‘97 Dodge Dakota.............$3,988

Stock #ME1117

Stock #ME1146

Stock #ME1139

Stock #ML1138

Stock #ME1140

Stock #MB1165, 4x2,EXTRA CAB

Stock #MB1155, LONG BED, 81K MILES

Stock #ML1000

‘80 Mgb Roadster Limited.$29,500

‘08 Honda Civic.............$13,988

‘09 Hyundai Sonata GLS...$14,988

‘08 Pontiac G6 GT...........$12,995

‘00 Toyota Sienna Van.......$6,988

Stock #ME1118

2004 MERCEDES C230K

STOCK #MB1156A

Stock #MB1052

2004 FORD F-250 CC DIESEL 4X4

Stock #ME1116

Stock #ME1147A

1978 CHEV CORVETTE

STOCK #MB1171A1 • 49K ORIGINAL MILES

STOCK #MB1180

1 15,488 15,988 11,988 155,,448888 1 155,,998888 1 111,,998888

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Visit us at www.columbiahyundai.com

COLUMBIA ROBIN FAULKNER

BETTER WARRANTY THEN A LEXUS!

CAL AJMAL

2009 Santa Fe

MSRP $24,065 HMA REBATE -$2000 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT -$1000 P L U S

McFARLAND JJON ON M c FA R L A N D

JERRY TERRY

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FINAL PRICE

$

21,065 21, 0 6 5

* $1.49 guaranteed fuel card for one year, Offer valid for regular unleaded fuel, Allotment of gallons included depends on car model purchased, Annual gallon allotment ends one year after purchase date. You buy or lease a qualifying 2009/2010 Hyundai vehicle between July 1, 2009 and July 31, 2009, and choose the Hyundai Assurance Gas Lock Program Option (Powered by PriceLock). You enroll in the Program through the Enrollment Website or Enrollment Hotline. During enrollment, you will provide a credit card that will be linked and choose a PIN. You will receive a Hyundai Assurance Gas Lock (powered by Pricelock) fuel card in the mail (this can take 4-6 weeks). You begin using your fuel card to buy fuel for $1.49 a gallon, up to your gallon limit or 12 months.

18 MPG*

22 MPG*

2009 Veracruz

MSRP HMA REBATE COLUMBIA DISCOUNT

FINAL PRICE

$

28 MPG*

2009 Tucson

$33,435 MSRP -$2000 HMA REBATE -$1760 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT

$20,995 -$1000 -$552

$

475 19 ,443 443 29,475 FINAL PRICE

2010 Genesis Coupe 2.0T

24 MPG*

$

29 MPG*

2009 Elantra

2,000

HMA REBATE PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS. Per Month + Tax LEASE FOR

#C0303

$

259

$

25 MPG*

2009 Accent

5 Speed & More!

1,500

HMA REBATE PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS.

36 Month Lease

2009 Genesis

$1,999 $1,999

Due at lease inception plus tax, title & registration

20 MPG*

$

26 MPG*

2009 Sonata

2009 Elantra Touring

3,000

$

1,500

HMA REBATE HMA REBATE PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. PLUS GET 4.39% FOR 60 MOS. OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS. OR 5.39% FOR 72 MOS. Per Month + Tax LEASE FOR

$

#C0303

399

36 Month Lease

$2,999 $2,999

Due at lease inception plus tax, title & registration

Combined MPG. Some high trim levels shown. All prices plus tax, title, license, registration and documentary fees. All prior sales are final. All rebates to dealer. All offers to qualified buyers through HMFC. Illustration may not represent actual vehicle advertised. *7.99% APR for 78 months to qualified buyers w/ 730 beacon score or better. **33,000 MSRP 12,000 miles per year, $2,699 due at lease inception plus tax, title, documentary fee, registration and license fees, plus customer is responsible for 20 cents per mile for anything over 12,000 miles. To get Owner Loyalty you must still own a Hyundai. Some cars may have to be ordered. Offer expires 9/30/2009.

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RDX RDX

MDX MDX

TL TL

TSX TSX

3 99 4 399 4 42 29 36 429 3369 69 39 49 499 99

$

*

MONTH MONTH + TAX TA X 36 3 6 MO MO LEASE LEASE

TB2H2AJNW 2WD, base model

Due at 1999 signing

$

$

*

MONTH MONTH + TAX TA X 36 3 6 MO MO LEASE LEASE

CU2F6AJW Automatic transmission, Automatic base model

999

$

*10,000 MILES PER YEAR, 20¢ MILE OVER, CLOSED END LEASE. LEASE END. QUALIFIED BUYERS. SALE ENDS 9/30/09.

JACOB CLOSE

I-275 & MONTGOMERY RD.

513-530-0100

C E RT I F I E D Pre-Owned Vehicles

2006 TL.......................................$22,995 6 Speed, Navigation, Black/Black, 54k #9809

$

Due at signing

Columbia’s BEST BUYS!

Maroon, 74k #61454

2008 MDX...................................$37,995 2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LTD.......$14,595 Navigation, AWD, White, 21k Miles #9765

FINANCING AS LOW AS 3.9% ON SELECT CERTIFIED ACURAS!

$

Due at 1999 signing

*

Automatic transmission, base model

$

MONTH MONTH + TAX TA X 36 MO 3 6 MO LEASE LEASE

Due at 2299 signing

JON McFARLAND

Pre-Owned Cars, Trucks, Vans, SUV’s

2008 TL.......................................$29,995 2003 HONDA CR-V EX.......................$14,995

2008 MDX TECH.........................$40,995

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$0 DISPOSITION FEE, PLUS TAX, TITLE, LICENS E & DOC FEE. PURCHASE OPTION AT

2009 TSX.....................................$26,695 2002 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT...............$8,995 Gray, 18k #9742 15k Miles, Dark Blue, Truly Like New! #9677

*

Awd, Fully Loaded, Black 66k Miles #30536-5

2004 VW TOUREG AWD....................$16,995 Black, 69k Miles #70173-1

$6000 & UNDER SPECIAL!

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Retirement planning The ABCs of baby boomer retirement planning.

Fall decor trends Find out about the hottest fall trends in home decorating this season.

Saving your home, life in case of a fire Safety tips on how to keep safe if a fire breaks out in your home.

Editor’s note

Fall is the best time of year. The air is cool, the colors are illuminating, and the home is completely cozy. I love this season – it’s by far my favorite. Inside this issue we celebrate fall and all its wonderfulness with an article about fall decorating trends and more. Be sure to check it out and enjoy the cool weather while it lasts. It’ll be over before you know it.

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f you are one of America’s 78.2 million baby boomers, you are likely considering what ideal retirement will look like, and the steps required to achieve it. With the current economic downturn, many boomers are finding it necessary to revisit their initial retirement goals. According to the Social Security Administration, today’s retirees count on corporate pensions and Social Security for 56 percent of their retirement income. With a few minor adjustments, some careful planning and a positive attitude, the other 44 percent is attainable. Consider the following ABCs of retirement planning:

A: assess your financial plan and budget. • Begin to assess your basic retirement income sources such as a 401(k) plan, IRA, and life insurance plans. • How much will you need to retire? Determine this by creating a budget that will enable you to pay your monthly expenses such

as food, heat, rent and transportation. Consider expenses that may increase such as health insurance and prescription medicines. At the same time, consider those that may decrease, such as work-related and educational spending. • Health care coverage is necessary in supplementing your financial foundation and these costs can add up fast. It’s important to have an adequate plan both before and after retirement. After age 65 you are eligible for Medicare coverage. But what if you want to retire before then? Your employer may offer a plan for retiring employees, or you may have to look into private coverage, so be sure to consider this. • Take into account variable expenses such as tax liabilities on your home, illness or the care of elderly parents. Other, often underestimated, variables include gifts, clothing, recreational expenses, and increases in costs of living. For valuable retirement planning resources

and projected trends in costs of living visit www.usa.gov.

B: begin to explore other retirement income options. • Determine the amount of guaranteed retirement income you already have. Examples of these are cash savings, corporate pension plans, home equity, or annuity-type investments. • Are you married? If so, how will that affect your retirement budget? • Pay attention to how your retirement funds are earning money. Are they structured for maximum returns? It’s crucial that you continually assess these funds. • Decide when to begin Social Security benefits. According to AARP, for each year you put off collecting your benefits between ages 62 and 70, you increase your payments by 8 percent. • Calculate your potential monthly retirement budget based on your estimated income weighed against your expenses. At minimum, you need enough

retirement income to cover basic living expenses for your lifetime. • If your initial assessment requires additional income, consider part-time work during retirement, or perhaps selling your larger home for a more comfortable, carefree condo.

C: consider life insurance - the foundation of a solid retirement plan. • f you don’t have a life insurance policy, get one. Life insurance not only helps to leave a legacy for generations to come, it will protect your loved ones and help provide them with financial security once you’re gone. • Consult an expert in order to find the right life insurance for you. Start planning your retirement today. With a little strategy and the right attitude, you can build the financial security you need to live a successful, happy retirement. Courtesy of ARAcontent

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honor all of their requests. To take some of the burden off of loved ones and for peace of mind that their family members’ wishes be granted, Mihovk-Rosenacker offers advanced funeral planning and services. Preplanning your funeral guarantees today’s funeral prices, making it a smart financial move, as well. They have two state-ofthe-art facilities that they are constantly improving for increased family comfort. On the West side of Cincinnati, they are located in White Oak/Monfort Heights area on Cheviot Road near North Bend. In the Blue Ash/Evendale/

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Sharonville area on Plainfield Road they are located on the grounds of the Rest Haven Memorial Park and have a formal chapel and a large community room for luncheons after services. The compassionate, friendly staff at MihovkRosenacker is dedicated to providing high quality services at affordable prices. For four generations they have been building the trust of families and are dedicated to the dignity of funeral service. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call 513385-0511 or visit www.mrfuneralhome.com

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Jewish tradition, we recognized that is the time CEO/President of Cedar Village that young people have a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, conn 2007, Cedar Village firming their commitment became the third senior to their faith. care facility in the Why not, we thought, nation to undertake a 10make the ceremony of Bar day mission to Israel. of Bat Mitzvah, B’nai It was an extraordinary Mitzvah, available to our undertaking to take senresidents? iors, with an average age On Oct. 12, nine resiof 85, traveling internadents, both from our tionally and maintaining Health Care Center and the same intense schedule apartments, will begin this of missions done with unprecedented journey. younger participants. And on Oct. 15, at From the top of Robinson’s Arch in Masada to floating in the Jerusalem, they will take Dead Sea and from a visit part in the B’nai Mitzvah to Yad Vashem to a priceremony. Some of the vate audience with the participants did not have U.S. ambassador, the team the opportunity to do this from Cedar Village was in when they were young constant motion and had people, others will be constant learning. doing it for the second Just weeks from now, time. Cedar Village will become All will have a chance the first anywhere to to say the blessings over undertake an entirely new the Torah, to read or chant kind of mission – a B’nai a section and to deliver Mitzvah Mission to Israel. their own words of comWhat does that mean? mentary. Cedar Village is curThe B’nai Mitzvah cerrently in its 13th year and emony will be broadcast as we thought about the live, via U-Stream, to famsignificance of that year in ilies here at home and will By Carol Silver Elliott

Welcome to Cedar Village. We are a retirement community located in Mason, Ohio, featuring 105 independent and assisted living apartments and 162 healthcare beds. Formed by the merger of two longtime Cincinnati Jewish nursing homes, Cedar Village opened its doors in March 1997.

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be recorded for future viewing. It will be followed by a special luncheon which will certainly celebrate this incredible achievement. Of course, this is not all that will happen during the Mission. There is a full schedule for the rest of the trip including visits to the Knesset, Masada, the Dead Sea, Yad Vashem and more. Residents will be in Jerusalem, Haifa and spend two nights on a kibbutz. Throughout the mission, we will be sending photos and blogging daily. Why? Because this mission is not just about those who are a part of it, rather it is for everyone at Cedar Village. Those who cannot travel are still engaged and involved in the experience and they will have the opportunity to participate to whatever extent is possible for them. You can follow the B’nai Mitzvah Mission too at http://cedarvillageblog.blogspot.com/.

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to 12 feet tall and sports a giant spider web! Shaw Farms will be selling pumpkins, straw, corn stalks, gourds and squash along with many other items. So stop by for all your fall decorating needs. For more information visit www.shawfarms.com or call 575-2022.

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storms have produced, many “storm-chasing” companies have moved into the area. These companies hire men to canvass neighborhoods knocking on doors and promising “free” roofs with no out of pocket deductibles. That is a form of insurance fraud and should be avoided at all costs. These men work on commission only and will seldom climb onto a roof. A homeowner can never be sure of the exact extent of damage or the true cost, due to the fact

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ing and taking care of residential roofs since 1995,” says Sandy Feltner of Rooftime, who has a full showroom and office complex located on Burlington Pike. “We come out right away and get onto your roof to inspect for any damage, and then prepare a written estimate. All of our estimates are free and include color digital pictures of what we find. We are on most insurance companies approved vendor lists, meaning our work and bids are pre-

approved in most cases.” The family owned and operated company utilizes the same storm estimating computer software that most of the insurance companies use, meaning a Rooftime storm quote will match the adjuster’s figures, cutting through the red tape and speeding up the process of getting a storm damaged roof repaired correctly and quickly! Rooftime will also complete a roofing project and then invoices the insurRoof Time see page 9

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o you love those beautiful custom window treatments in model homes and on HGTV? Don’t let the high price of custom-made window treatments keep you from enjoying superb quality in your home. Go direct to the skilled craftsmen at The Decorators Workroom. They create exceptional window treatments at surprisingly affordable prices... direct to you, with no middleman adding extra charges. “I priced custom cornices with an interior designer and also at a shop specializing in window treatments,” said Anna Rumsey of Anderson. “The prices were just too high. Then a friend of mine told me about The Decorators Workroom. Their prices were so reasonable and the quality

Decorators Workroom!” In addition to cornices and valances, The Decorators Workroom can create any type of window fashion for your home including draperies, side panels, Roman shades and more. They also design upholstered headboards and ottomans to add that truly custom

“Each window creation from The Decorators Workroom is made by hand right here in Cincinnati with top-of-the-line fabrics, expert construction, and quality dressmaker-style details like covered buttons, lush fringe, covered piping and contrasting borders.” was top-notch. Best of all, everything was tailormade for my windows!” A designer from The Decorators Workroom will come to your home for a no-cost consultation. She’ll listen to what you want, offer lots of ideas and fabrics to choose from, and show you samples of their beautiful workmanship. Check out the beautiful results for Anna’s kitchen window in the ad on this page. Her fully upholstered classic cornice fea-

tures two fabrics in coordinating checks and stripes with jute rope trim and a playful tassel detail at the bottom edge. Anna’s total cost for fabrics, trims and labor was just $199. Compare that to her quote of $425 from a retail store. “I was almost ready to settle for readymade window treatments, but they looked like everyone else’s windows and were really a bit skimpy,” said Anna. “Then I discovered The

touch... all at surprisingly affordable prices. Each window creation from The Decorators Workroom is made by hand right here in Cincinnati with top-ofthe-line fabrics, expert construction, and quality dressmaker-style details like covered buttons, lush fringe, covered piping and contrasting borders. Call 515-1138 today to schedule a free, no-obligation appointment with an interior designer from The Decorators Workroom.

owners thousands if a worker were to get hurt on their property because hosance company for the remaining balance pitals now go after homeowner insurance policies. due, saving homeowners from out of Rooftime invests in shingle certificapocket expenses. tion classes for its installers and are Roofing contractors who insist on payment when the job is complete leave members of local area chambers, as well as the Home Builders Association, and homeowners no choice but to let their the National, the Ohio, and the homes leak, or scramble to find a way to Kentucky, Roofing Contractors cover the thousands of dollars it can Associations. Their ten year membership take to install a new roof or siding. in the Professional Roofers Advisory At Rooftime, they will do the work and then send an invoice and pctures of Council and their five year status as Shinglemaster’s represents a huge the finished project to the insurance company. “We always try to put our cus- investment in time and money; so that a Rooftime customer can be secure in tomers first,” Feltner says. knowing they will receive a text-book Rooftime uses their own trained and installation. shingle certified crews and is fully Visit Rooftime’s Web site for informainsured with workers compensation and tive (and funny) information about all liability protection. Feltner warns that things roofing, at www.time2roof.com, some roofing companies that employ or call and speak to Sandy right now at foreign workers (without social security 513-528-TIME or 859-341-TIME. numbers) can cost unsuspecting home-

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ith fall-like weather bringing out the beauty of flowers, trees and shrubs, it is time to look into professional landscaping to highlight the investment that is your home. “Quality landscaping is the No. 1 factor for increasing the value of your home,” stated Bob Petracco, designer and owner of Brentwood Landscape and Design Inc., located on the AA Highway in Alexandria. “We specialize in exceptional, one-of-akind landscape installation and design services.” Brentwood is unique in that they display at their nursery many of the hardscape elements that can be incorporated into a residential design. “We have on-site displays of arbors, pergolas, paving stones, various retaining walls, stonework and boulders to show the client exactly how these ele-

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client has for the perfect landscape,” he stated. Petracco started his company because he saw a definite need for quality landscaping in the Greater Cincinnati area, and he set about to fill that need. Although 90 percent of his business is residential, he does do some commercial installation. Potential clients can visit www.brentwoodlandscape.com to get more information about Brentwood Landscape & Design Inc. and to review the company’s portfolio. “We strive to create a landscape that reflects your own personal lifestyle,” said Petracco. “Call us at 859-635-0711 to schedule a complimentary consultation with either myself or Derek. We would be happy to meet on site to discuss your project, and make recommendations about your landscape design.”

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f you snore and have excessive daytime sleepiness, there is a high probability that you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea, a sometimes lifethreatening sleep disorder. According to the National Sleep Foundation’s “Sleep in America” poll, 60 percent of Americans have driven while feeling sleepy and 37 percent admit to actually having fallen asleep behind the wheel in the past year. It has been reported that drowsy drivers are up to 10 times more likely to have an automobile accident, more dangerous than drunk drivers. An estimated 1 in 20 Americans have sleep apnea, a condition where the airway collapses during sleep, causing the person to stop breathing and awaken multiple times every hour with a gasp. This leads to chronic daytime sleepiness and if untreated, greatly increases chances of a heart attack or stroke. How do you know if you have sleep apnea? At Cincinnati Dental Sleep Medicine, Dr. Timothy Kitzmiller uses a number of screening tools to assess the likelihood of sleep disordered breathing. During your initial consultation you will be asked the following questions: • Do you snore on most nights? • Has anyone reported that you stop breathing or gasp in your sleep? • Is your neck size

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large (men 17 inches/women 16 inches or greater) • Have you had, or are you currently being treated for high blood pressure? They will also review your score on the Epworth Sleepiness Scale to determine your level of daytime sleepiness. If you answer yes to two or more of these screening questions and score a 10 or greater on the Epworth, Dr. Kitzmiller will put together a plan for your proper diagnosis and treatment including CPAP alternative Oral Appliance Therapy. The Epworth Sleepiness Scale

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dozing, then add up your total. 1. Sitting and reading 2. Watching TV 3. Sitting inactive in a public place (e.g. a theater or a meeting) 4. As a passenger in a car for an hour without a break 5. Lying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances permit 6. Sitting and talking to someone 7. Sitting quietly after a lunch without alcohol 8. In a car while stopped for a few minutes in traffic Save a life – share this survey with a family member or friend and then call Dr. Kitzmiller’s office at 248-8848 with your results. He and his team are here to help you feel the difference a healthy night’s sleep can make!

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