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B E C A U S E C O M M U N I T Y M AT T E R S

Village gets $90K from settlement

See photos from the fifth annual Bloom for Stepping Stones.

Volume 11 Number 18 © 2009 The Community Press ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Candidates sought

Are you a candidate for election this fall? If you’d like to be included in the cincinnati.com online election guide, please e-mail your name, office sought, and e-mail address to Eric Spangler, editor of the Indian Hill Journal, at espangler@communitypress.com.

Buckeye honors

Dr. Robert Horton of Indian Hill has spent the four decades after his college graduation supporting his former school. The Ohio State University recently rewarded his generosity with a prestigious award. The Ohio State University Alumni Association honored Horton with the 2009 Ralph Davenport Mershon Award, which is given to alumni who demonstrate leadership and service to the school. Horton graduated from Ohio State in 1955, and says he wears his Ohio State pride on his sleeve. SEE STORY, A2

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Hat inspires win

A yellow hat may have helped win a writing competition. Cincinnati Country Day School senior Xanni Brown is a recent recipient of a National Council of Teachers of English writing award. She was among 15 students in Ohio to receive the award out of 1,783 juniors who were nominated. Brown entered the competition last year as a junior and submitted samples of her writing, including prose pieces and poetry. SEE STORY, A4

Student loans

The microloans that Seven Hills School students made last spring through Kiva to assist individuals with small businesses in underdeveloped countries have been largely repaid, enabling the students to make three new microloans to businesses in Uganda and Bolivia this school year. More than $300 was collected last spring, and Seven Hills was able to donate two microloans through Kiva (www.kiva.org/lender/sevenhill sglobalissues), the world’s first person-to-person microlending Web site, enabling individuals to lend directly to needy entrepreneurs around the world. SEE STORY, A6 For the Postmaster

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Showing team spirit Junior Julia Vigran spray paints the initials I and H – the logo for the Indian Hill school district – on a sign. See page A7 for more photos.

The Indian Hill Public Works building dispute is over, with the village receiving about $90,000 for its troubles. The village went into arbitration with Schweitzer Construction about issues with the construction of the building, which was completed in 2007. According to City Manager Mike Burns, there were Burns major leaks in the building’s roof, along with other minor issues the village expected the contractor to repair at no cost to the village. Schweitzer Construction, however, refused the village’s request, and the dispute went to arbitration. Burns said Indian Hill was looking for $400,000 in repairs, and received approximately $94,000.

What’s next?

The Indian Hill Village Council will next meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19, for its regularly scheduled meeting. “We hope we will go forward with it in a positive manner,” he said. During a recent village council meeting, Councilman Keith Rabenold, who heads up the Law Committee, said he was “somewhat disappointed” in the amount awarded, though he said he was pleased a decision was reached. “At least we have some money to do some repairs,” Rabenold said. Burns said the money will be used to fix the major issues with the leaking roof, though not all the problems with the building will be solved with the settlement. He said fixing other minor issues with the building, such as failed concrete in areas, will have to be delayed.

Historical society offering ‘Grand’ tour By Rob Dowdy rdowdy@communitypress.com

The Indian Hill Historical Society’s upcoming program takes attendees to a place many haven’t been before. The “Grand Valley Tour” will take place Wednesday, Oct. 18. The event features guest speaker Will McQueen, park manager, discussing the history and future plans of the nature preserve. Afterward, those in attendance will be invited to canoe, kayak or fish in the lake within the park. There will also be a picnic for those who work up an appetite. Rosemary Welsh, a chairwoman for the program, said the Grand Valley tour was chosen as one of the group’s events this year because there are some village residents still unaware of the preserve, despite it being in existence for several years. She said the tour will also allow members and guests to bring their children so that they can explore the various trails, wildlife and plant life Grand Valley has to offer. “We’re hoping for a beautiful fall day,” Welsh said. Laura Harrison, another chairwoman of the event, said the tour will offer a great mix of fun and learning, with McQueen detailing the history of the park and members then getting to experience all the preserve has to offer. “We’re just very excited about all the things going on there,” she said.

The Grand Valley tour was chosen as one of the group’s events this year because there are some village residents still unaware of the preserve, despite it being in existence for several years.

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The Indian Hill Historical Society is hosting a tour of Grand Valley Nature Preserve Sunday, Oct. 18. The program will feature a brief look at the history and future of the park , as well as opportunities to canoe, kayak, fish and picnic in the preserve.

What’s going on? What: “Grand Valley Tour,” sponsored by the Indian Hill Historical Society When: 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18 Where: Grand Valley Nature Preserve, in Indian Hill off of

state Route 126 Members and guests welcome. Reservations can be made by calling 831-1873. Those attending can bring their own lawn chairs, fishing poles, canoes and kayaks. Children welcome.


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Horton honored by Ohio State By Rob Dowdy rdowdy@communitypress.com

Dr. Robert Horton of Indian Hill has spent the four decades after his college graduation supporting his former school. The Ohio State University recently rewarded his generosity with a prestigious award. The Ohio State University Alumni Association honored Horton with the 2009 Ralph Davenport Mershon Award, which is given to alumni who demonstrate leadership and service to the school. Horton graduated from Ohio State in 1955, and says he wears his Ohio State pride on his sleeve. “Everyone that knows me knows me as a Ohio State (graduate) and I’m not bashful about bragging about it,” he said. Horton, a former director of oral and macillofacial surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, has been active with the alumni association as a former president and a member of the board of trustees. He said he’s also worked for student and student-athlete recruitment and donated time and money to many university causes. The award was presented during the association’s recent awards gala in Columbus, in which alumni from across the country were honored for their contributions post-graduation. Horton said just being among the many winners made the award well worth it. “I was very impressed and flattered to be in the presence of such outstanding people,” he said.

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Student looks at lighter side of life in writing By Forrest Sellers fsellers@communitypress.com

A yellow hat may have helped win a writing competition. Cincinnati Country Day School senior Xanni Brown is a recent recipient of a National Council of Teachers of English writing award. She was among 15 students in Ohio to receive the award out of 1,783 juniors who were nominated. Brown entered the competition last year as a junior

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magazine. She was also a recipient of the school’s Thomas D. Gettler Creative Writing Award. “She approaches the serious through humor, which is very hard to do,” said English instructor Deborah Floyd, who is also the faculty adviser for In Words. Brown said she does a lot of her writing in the afternoon, but she also keeps a notepad by her bed to jot down any inspiring

ideas she has before she goes to sleep. “I like satire,” she said. “I can get deep, but I think

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general election, the board of elections saves a quarter of a million dollars. That is a lot of money.� She says it’s important for voters to pay attention to where they go to vote this year. The Board of Elections sent all registered voters applications for absentee ballots that reminded voters of their precinct and polling place this month. “We are doing everything we can to help voters get the information they need to cast their votes,� Searcy said. And the board’s Web site at www.votehamiltoncounty.org has information in its banner that helps voters

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Students make microloans to businesses in underdeveloped countries. The microloans that Seven Hills School students made last spring through Kiva to assist individuals

with small businesses in underdeveloped countries have been largely repaid, enabling the students to

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Freshman Jessie Choate uses a paint marker to color in a football on a poster.

Homecoming hoopla Seniors Hayley Crombleholme, left, and Elizabeth Bobbitt prepare a goody bag for the football players.

Senior Becca Conn places some balloons in the school hallway.

Indian Hill High School cheerleaders prepare for the big homecoming game by painting posters, stuffing goody bags and adorning the walls with balloons. The Indian Hill Braves kept the homecoming spirit high by defeating the Mariemont Warriors 51-21 Friday night. PHOTOS BY FORREST SELLERS/STAFF

Sophomores Rochelle Theriault, left, Alexis Ilyinsky and Morgan Chadwick line up a poster.

Tat-yana Brown, left, and Sydney Allen paint posters. Sophomore Caroline Gutbezahl shows her team spirit.

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This week in tennis

• Indian Hill High School’s Schumacher beat Nicole Huser of Mason High School 8-1, Sept. 25, in the first round of second singles competition in the Flight A Coaches Classic. Schumacher was defeated in the second round by Lakota East High School’s Taylor Holden, 8-1. • Indian Hill beat Mariemont High School 5-0, Sept. 29. Kelsey Matthews beat Whitney Lonnemann 6-1, 6-0; Kasey Schumacher beat Hillary Purcell 6-1, 6-0; Rachel Littman beat Libby Peters 60, 6-1; Taylor Schumacher and Florence Vanderschueren beat Alexis Swisher and Katie Peters 6-1, 6-0; Brittany Schwab and Caitlin Lange beat Jasmine Slavik and Kate Hassey 6-1, 6-2. • Indian Hill beat Seven Hills 4-1, Oct. 1. Kelsey Mathews beat Compton 6-4, 6-2; Kasey Schumacher beat Hillary Goldsmith 6-0, 6-0; Rachel Littman beat Jordan Seibold 6-4, 6-3; Brittany Schwab and Brynn McKenna beat Haley Brunner and Allie Horwitz 6-2, 6-1. Indian Hill advances to 14-1 with the win.

This week in golf

Indian Hill High School boys shot 173 at Camargo, Sept. 28 to beat Princeton’s 180 and Madeira’s 187.

This week in soccer

• Indian Hill High School boys’ Sept. 29 game against Reading High School ended 0-0. Brandon Ward made nine saves for Indian Hill. Indian Hill is 2-6-1 with the tie. • Indian Hill girls tied with Greenview 1-1, Sept. 29. Maddie Slattery scored Indian Hill’s goal. • Indian Hill girls shut out Reading High School 3-0, Sept. 30. Katelin Randall, Susan Plunkett and Rachael Ballish scored the goals. Olivia Ribariu made two saves. Indian Hill advances to 5-2-4 with the win. • Cincinnati Country Day shut out North College Hill High School 10-0, Oct. 1. Pierce, Nick Brown, Ti MacRae, Jessup Smith, Fritz, Tyler Spaeth, Brian Cofer, George Drew, Fossett and Sam scored the goals. CCD advances to 6-5 with the win. • Moeller High School boys shut out Purcell Marian 2-0, Sept. 26. Moeller’s Benjamin Peterson made three saves. Chris Nartker and John Abeln scored the goals. • Moeller boys tied with McNicholas High School, Sept. 29. Joseph Breitenbach scored Moeller’s goal. Moeller is 4-2-5 with the tie.

CCD golfer going to districts

Cincinnati Country Day’s Andrew NcElhinney shot an 80 as an individual qualifier for districts at the Division III sectional at Walden Ponds, Sept. 29. Seven Hills, Miami Valley, Middletown Christian and Summit Country Day also advance to districts.

This week in volleyball

• Indian Hill High School beat Deer Park 25-7, 25-19, 25-10, Sept. 29. Indian Hill advances to 8-6 with the win. • Cincinnati Country Day beat North College Hill High School 25-27, 25-13, 25-17, 25-8, Sept. 30. • Cincinnati Country Day beat St. Bernard 25-9, 25-14, 25-13, Oct. 1. CCD advances to 8-5 with the win.

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Don’t call it an upset: St. X downs Elder CCD hosts Lockland in week eight Oct. 16. Lockland hosts North College Hill in week nine Oct. 23. But before all that, North College Hill travels to face Clark Montessori in week seven at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. CCD warms up for its week-eight contest against Lockland with a weekseven home game against Dayton Christian at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. The Indians entered week six ranked No. 2 in the local Division VI playoff. CCD standout senior Max Dietz was sidelined with an injury during the loss to North College Hill.

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Steve Specht isn’t ready to call it an upset. “I don’t know what an upset is,” the St. Xavier head football coach said. “From a fan’s perspective, (Elder is) first in the city and third in the country, so of course we’re underdogs. “But I’m not ready to call it an upset.” Upset or not, the bottom line is the Bombers emerged with a much-needed 17-7 home victory over the Panthers Oct. 2. St. Xavier and Elder both stand at 5-1 following the week-six game. Entering the contest, Elder was No. 3 in the USA Today Super 25 with the Bombers slotted at No. 25. But St. Xavier gained 133 yards on the ground compared to Elder’s total of five rushing yards to derail the Panthers. N i g e l Muhammad gave the Bombers a 107 lead over Elder with a seven-yard touchdown run with 4:01 left in the second quarter. Conor Hundley led St. Xavier with 95 yards on 23 carries with Muhammad adding 23 yards on four carries. St. Xavier extended its lead to 17-7 with a 35-yard touchdown pass from Luke Massa to Will Carroll with 3:29 left in the third quarter. From there, the Bombers defense held strong to preserve the win. Nick Weston finished with 5.5 tackles to lead the Bombers. Sean Duggan contributed an interception and a sack. Massa was 10-of-13 passing for 147 yards with one touchdown and zero interceptions. “When you win, you have to be humble,” Specht said. “When you lose, you have to be gracious in defeat.” St. X entered its slugfest with the Panthers fresh off a 12-7 defeat at Highlands (Ky.). “When you play a schedule like we do, you have to be on the top of your game every week,” Specht said. “You can’t have a letdown.” But the Bombers had one, as Highlands held St. Xavier scoreless until 27 seconds remained in the game. “(My players) weren’t better prepared, and I blame myself,” Specht said. “So I told the kids it was my fault, but I challenged them to get better as individuals.” The Bombers were coming off the emotional high of a 43-13 thrashing of fourtime defending Kentucky state champion Louisville

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St. Xavier running back Conor Hundley runs the ball against Elder’s Alex Taylor and Bryan Priestle in the second quarter. St. Xavier defeated Elder 17-7. Trinity, and Specht said they may have been caught looking ahead to Elder. “For (Highlands), this was their national champio n s h i p game,” he said. “For us, it was Week Five. We always look at each game as a great opportunity to go 1-0. We try to keep it even keel, but maybe I need to evaluate how I approach this.” St. X shot itself in the foot with turnovers and special-teams blunders, but its defense, which had multiple goal-line stands, kept the team in the game. “They didn’t play well, but they didn’t quit,” Specht said of his team’s effort. “We had some bad turnovers, but our defense was able to force a few turnovers and keep Highlands out of the end zone.”

St. X (5-1, 1-0) now prepares for another GCL game, as it hosts La Salle (4-2, 0-1) Oct. 9. The Bombers, which entered Week Five third in the Harbin Ratings, hope to be one of the top eight seeds to make the postseason and one of the top four seeds to host a first-round playoff game. But Specht isn’t worrying about the details. “If we look at (success) in terms of wins and losses, we’ll be doing a disservice to our kids,” he said. “We’re not in the business of winning; we’re in the business of developing kids. We always ask ourselves, ‘What can we do to get better?’ That’s the focus.”

Indian Hill 51, Mariemont 21

Indian Hill faces its most difficult Cincinnati Hills League challenge to date

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Elder defensive back Bryan Riestenberg tries to stop St. Xavier fullback Nigel Muhammad as Muhammad runs in to the endzone for a touchdown in the second quarter. St. Xavier beat Elder 17-7.

with a week-seven home game against Reading (4-2, 2-1) at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. In week six, Indian Hill improved to 3-3 while continuing to roll over CHL foes with a win over Mariemont, 51-21. Senior Sam Hendricks contributed six touchdowns against Mariemont for Indian Hill. Hendricks was 11-of-13 passing for four touchdowns and 139 yards. On the ground, Hendricks picked up 119 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries. Reid Lockwood, an Indian Hill junior, rushed for 132 yards and a touchdown on nine carries against Mariemont. Standing at 3-0 in CHL play, Indian Hill defeated all three of its league opponents by 26 points or more.

North College Hill 40, CCD 6

In a battle of the unbeatens, North College Hill kept is undefeated season alive with a decisive week-six win over Cincinnati Country Day, 40-6. CCD fell to 5-1 and will be looking for help from its fellow Miami Valley Conference teams if the Indians hope to win a share of the league title. North College Hill is oneof-two remaining MVC teams still standing at 6-0 alongside Lockland. In week six, North College Hill scored on its opening possession in just three plays after blocking a punt during CCD’s first possession. Running back Lucien Kidd put North College Hill on the board with a oneyard score. Though CCD only allowed 27 points during its first five games, North College Hill managed to score 26 points in the first half alone.

CHCA 54, Summit 12

After suffering a onepoint loss to an undefeated foe in week five, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy rebounded in week six with a decisive victory over Summit Country Day, 54-12. North College Hill kept its undefeated season alive while improving to 5-0 with its week-five win over CHCA, 15-14. But in week six, CHCA bounced back to saddle Summit with a 42-point loss. Senior Alex Swartz produced five touchdowns for CHCA during the win over Summit. Swartz was 16-of-26 passing for four touchdowns and 296 yards. Swartz also rushed for a touchdown while gaining 72 yards on the ground. Ian Smith, a CHCA senior, hauled in nine receptions for 185 yards and a touchdown. CHCA led Summit by a 40-6 margin at halftime before the scoring slowed down. Standing at 4-2, CHCA hosts undefeated Lockland (6-0) in week seven at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9. Two undefeated teams remain in CHCA’s Miami Valley Conference including Lockland and North College Hill.

Moeller 52, Highland Park 18

Moeller totaled 350 yards of offense with 295 of it coming on the ground as the Crusaders defeated Highland Park 52-18. Tucker Skove led Moeller with 108 rushing yards and two scores on 13 carries. Richie Dyer had 114 rushing yards on seven carries and one touchdown. The Moeller defense forced five turnovers and held Highland Park to an average of 2.4 yards per carry. Highland Park did move the ball through the air, picking up 250 passing yards. Moeller’s next game is Oct. 9 at Elder.

Indian Hill girls golf takes 1st in sectionals Indian Hill High School girls took first place in the Division II sectional at Fairfield Golf Course, Sept. 29. Allison Hamilton shot an 86, Keerstin Ramsey shot an 89, McKenna Kornman shot a 91, Jackie Trott shot a 118, Heather Ma shot a 110. Madeira's Brooke Van

Skaik qualified for the Division II girls district golf tournament by shooting a 78 at the sectional tournament at Fairfield, which was good for second place. She advances to the district tournament, which will be Oct. 6 at Heatherwoode golf course. Cincinnati Country Day

junior Andrew McElhinney qualified for the Division III District Championships with a quality performance at sectionals. McElhinney finished third at the Division III Sectional Championships with a score of 80 strokes to advance to districts. Walden Pond Golf Course

hosted sectionals Tuesday, Sept. 29, with the top four teams and top four individuals not on a qualifying team advancing to districts. Weatherwax Golf Course hosts districts Thursday, Oct. 8, with the top two teams and top two individuals not on a qualifying team advancing to state.

At sectionals, CCD missed out on a team qualification to districts by one stroke. With the top four teams advancing to districts, CCD took fifth place at 367 strokes. Summit Country Day advanced with its fourthplace finish at 366 strokes.


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Stingers best Silver Knights, 3-0 By Anthony Amorini aamorini@communitypress.com

Seven Hills coach Terry Nicholl and Summit Country Day coach Barnard Baker both want their teams to lock away memories from the recent contest between the rivals. No. 1 Seven Hills bested No. 2 Summit, 3-0, when the teams faced off Thursday, Sept. 24. Seven Hills senior Miles Hill netted two goals against Summit with senior Gilbert Pasquale adding one score. The Division III squads could be on a collision course for a post-season showdown as the topranked teams in Cincinnati. Nicholl hopes his Stingers will remember how to contain Summit senior Alex Priede if the rivals should meet again, he said. Priede, one of the top scorers in Ohio, couldn’t find the net against Seven Hills though the Summit

standout does have 20 goals to his credit. “Mr. Priede is an outstanding player, and I don’t remember him taking a shot,” Nicholl said of the 30 win over Summit. “Our defense was spectacular and our keeper played very well. 3-0 did not reflect how close the game was. The score really flattered us.” In 2008, Priede led the state of Ohio with 44 goals. “He’s just one of those kids that comes around every 20 years or so,” Baker said of Priede. “It’s going to be a sad day when he leaves. I think he is a strong candidate for (Ohio) Player of the Year.” Seven Hills junior keeper Ian McNamara has seven shutouts to his credit including one against Priede and Summit. Additional key defenders for Seven Hills include senior Alex Hill, senior Kyle Neu, senior Britt Cyr, junior Gilbert Richards and junior Taylor White. “Defensively we have been really stingy,” Nicholl said of only allowing three goals through the Stingers’

first 10 games. “We have some real integrity back there.” Alex was dedicated to marking Priede during the game between the teams. “Assistant coach Scott Cagle has really worked hard bringing our keepers along,” Nicholl said. “(McNamara) has such enthusiasm and energy. Scott has really polished his technique and he is looking like an accomplished keeper.” Cagle was the Silver Knights’ head coach from 2001-2006 before selecting Baker as his replacement at Summit. Offensively, Nicholl highlighted junior Miles Hill, senior Brandon Williams, Pasquale, senior Stephane Mathieu, junior Luke Wulsin and senior Walker Schiff as key contributors, the coach said. Hill leads Seven Hills with eight goals. Williams leads the Stingers with eight assists. Williams and Mathieu have netted four goals each this fall. For Baker, the coach wants his Silver Knights to

remember everything about Summit’s 3-0 loss including the reasons behind it and the negative emotions it conjured, he said. “It’s funny because a lot of coaches will tell their players to forget it and move on but that’s not the case with us,” Baker said. “If we are fortunate enough to play them again in the tournament then the guys can feed on (the regular season loss).” According to the Enquirer’s Division III Coaches’ Poll for week five, Seven Hills is No. 1 with 106 points and 8-of-11 firstplace votes. Summit is No. 2 with 95 points and two first-place votes. Summit was ranked No. 1 with Seven Hills at No. 2 before the teams played. “I really fell that the No. 1 seed (for the Division III sectionals) was on the line in that game,” Baker said of letting the top seed slip away. “It was a stinging loss but I think we can be better because of it.” Keeper injury issues have been plaguing the Silver Knights this season.

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Summit Country Day School No. 16 Alex Priede takes a shot on goal in the second half of play Sept. 10 against CCD. Senior keeper Scott Mays was lost for the season when he tore his ACL during a 3-0 loss to Worthington Christian on Sept. 5. Worthington Christian was ranked No. 1 in Ohio at the time of the game according to the Associated Press Division III poll. Mays’ replacement, freshman Ryan Hall, suffered a knee injury during Summit’s loss to Seven Hills and will miss at least a month with the injury, Baker said. Senior keeper Jimmy Oltman is now manning the net for Summit. “We’ve always had him training as a goal keeper just in case,” Baker said.

Defender Jude Austin, a junior captain for Summit, has helped ease the transition for Oltman, Baker said. Alongside Priede, senior Michael VanSant and junior Andrew Vance are also offensive standouts for the Silver Knights, Baker said. VanSant has four goals and four assists with Vance at three goals. The draw for the Division III tournament is Sunday, Oct. 11. “We have to make sure we finish out in a winning manner so we can take the No. 1 (seed),” Nicholl said. “(The win over Summit) put us in a position where we can control our own destiny.”

Indian Hill girls’ tennis starts strong, 13-0 The 2009 Indian Hill High School girls’ tennis team was faced with replacing six seniors from a successful 2008 squad that went to the elite eight in the state team tournament. The result? The Braves haven’t skipped a beat, starting the season 13-0 and looking like a force in the state team tournament again. “I had no idea we would be this good,” head coach Lindsay Morris said. “I was expecting a good season and to have a lot of fun, but I had no idea we’d be this successful. It’s been a blast.” The team has only four returning players and six girls who are new to the varsity team. Morris said she thinks the team camaraderie and the team’s ability to focus have been the keys to the Braves’ success. That and the team’s terrific depth. “We have tournament players from top to bottom, so it’s hard to say who our best players are,” Morris said. Indian Hill is led by junior Kelsey Matthews, who

plays No. 1 singles for the Braves. “She has improved a lot last year and is even more mentally tough than she has been in the past,” Morris said. Kasey and Taylor Schumacher have been key additions to the team. Kasey plays No. 2 singles and Taylor plays No. 1 doubles. Rachel Littman is playing No. 3 singles for Indian Hill. “Kasey and Taylor have

been big assets to the team and Rachel comes in with more experience and confidence after playing last year as a freshman,” Morris said. Brynn McKenna is the team’s lone freshman and has been making great improvements this season, especially in doubles play, according to Morris. Morris said the hard work Florence Vanderschueren put in during the offseason is paying

off, and seniors Brittney Schwab and Caitlin Lange have great doubles chemistry. Nicole Taylor and Akane

Shiba are two more new varsity players for the Braves who are making key contributions in doubles play.

The sectional tournament starts in early October and Morris expects several of the girls to make it to the district tournament.

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Do you plan to get either the regular flu shot or the H1N1 vaccine? Why or why not? “Yes to both. I’m pregnant so the benefits to baby and me outweigh the risks. A lot of the hysteria from the 1970s swine flu vaccine has been completely blown out of proportion, and so I don’t see the H1N1 shot as much different than the regular flu vaccine, which also changes every year based on the flu strain.” N.H. “Honestly, I haven’t decided. In years past, I never got the flu vaccine, and I can’t remember when I had the flu the last time. And the H1N1 vaccine is still not completely vetted. The regular flu vaccine is available at Walgreens for $24.99, and that isn’t too outrageous. If I were more certain that the H1N1 vaccine was extremely effective, I would probably get it when it is available. But I think I’ll pass on the regular shot – thanks for making me focus on this!” Bill B. “I’ve already received the regular flu shot and I’ll get the H1N1 flu shot (‘Mexican Flu’ as it should properly be called) if there’s any left after those in the higher risk categories get theirs. No ethical slur intended but it’s known as the Mexican Flu in the rest of the world.” R.V. “Both my wife and I got flu inoculations weeks ago and we plan to get H1N1 inoculations as soon as available. Suffering for a week with either disease is not worth the small inconvenience of getting the inoculation. There is no meaningful scientific support for the argument that it might give you the flu or produce other side effects. Negative reactions are rare. People who ignore the threat needlessly endanger their loved ones and others around them. Sure some will get the flu, even if they had the inoculation, but the symptoms will be less severe and there will be many fewer cases for those that too precautions. “Avoiding flu inoculations is one more risky behavior like unsafe sex, smoking, DUI, driving while texting. Like these other behaviors it puts others at risk. Unlike these behaviors, actually catching the flu is a way to get inoculated against getting that strain again, living proof that a higher power must look after the clinically clueless.” F.S.D. “I do not get flu shots. They are not guaranteed to prevent your getting the flu, seasonal or otherwise. A shot ‘can help’ to avoid the flu ‘up to 70 percent’ is not the same as saying a person has a 70 percent chance of not getting the flu. The wording indicates that the shots have the ability, not the certainty, of preventing the flu in 0 percent to 70 percent of those who get them. Even if the shots were free, I still wouldn’t take the chance of having side effects. Not good odds.” A.B. “I’ve already gotten my flu shot. As for the H1N1, my doctor said he is going to follow whatever recommendation the CDC comes out with for our age group. I’ll probably be a low priority.” M.K.T.

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“Many health care professionals report that they don’t get flu shots, and many laypersons see this as justification for also not getting them. “The missing part of that conversation is that health care professionals are often exposed to infectious agents and their immune systems are typically in top shape. The value of the flu shot is not just to protect you – it is to prevent you from passing the illness along to others. “So if you are healthy AND you don’t regularly come in contact with anyone who might be less able to resist a serious illness, you can take the gamble. “Ordinarily the flu is part of nature. This one is not ordinary, and it’s worth taking a little extra caution this time. It’s socially responsible. Maybe we’re past the era of flu epidemics, but a visit to any large and old graveyard will remind us of the clusters of childhood deaths around certain years. We won’t know for sure what we’re dealing with until it’s too late to change it. The H1N1 vaccine is a lot less than an ounce of prevention.” N.F. “Since my employer plans to offer free regular flu shots (for all employees) and the H1N1 shot (first to high-risk employees, then others as more vaccine becomes available), I’ll be sure to take advantage of both. “This is a serious flu season and everyone should get the vaccinations as soon as they are available. Also, be sure to wash your hands with soap and HOT water as often as possible every day and avoid hand contact with others whenever feasible.” M.M. “Yes, my husband and I will be getting the regular flu shot at Krogers, H1N1 seems to effect younger people. We are 85 and 86 so it seems to be the right thing to do.” J.F. “I was at doctor’s office at the end of August. He asked if I wanted my flu shot. I was curious since we couldn’t get them before October in the past. He stated the CDC advised to start giving them at that time. Yes, my husband and I both got our shots. When the H1N1 meds are available, we will get them. I’m 64 and too young to die. I want to die at age 100 at the hands of a much younger jealous housewife.” GJM “I did just receive my annual flu shot from the VA. Again, it was painless and for the past 10 years, I have not had the flu or anything close to it. “I have other numerous ailments however, related to 25 years of military service. “I plan on getting the H1N1 vaccine as soon as it is available through the VA. Believe it or not, this skeptic has to trust the government again regarding the “swine flu.” J.W.

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Ohio to join National Violent Death Reporting System Violent death is a pressing public health concern in Ohio and the United States. In fact, some 50,000 Americans die violently each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Ohio reported 2,007 violent deaths in 2007, the most recent year for which data are available. The vast majority of violent deaths in Ohio were either suicides (63 percent) or homicides (32 percent); other categories accounted for about 5 percent of violent deaths. In an effort to better understand – and ultimately prevent – violent deaths, CDC in 2002 established the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS). And now, thanks to a fouryear grant from CDC, the great state of Ohio is poised to become NVDRS’ 18th participant, joining Alaska, California, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin in this important partnership. Beginning Sept. 1, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) will receive about $274,000 from CDC annually and will use the funds to develop, administer and implement the Ohio Violent Death Reporting System (OVDRS). ODH will convene an OVDRS advisory board comprised of stakeholders and data owners to

help with this process. OVDRS, like NVDRS, will consider violent deaths to be homicides, legal interventions, suicides, uninAlvin D. t e n t i o n a l Jackson firearms deaths, Community terrorism-related deaths and Press guest deaths of undecolumnist termined intent. While ODH and some of its sister agencies collect violent death and/or crime data, none of them maintain a single repository of all variables of interest. With the help of these federal funds, ODH will be able to capture data from multiple sources and analyze extenuating circumstances surrounding violent deaths in Ohio. To streamline these data and make them more useful to partners, ODH will collect and link information from the following sources: • Death certificates. • The Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation Crime Laboratory. • The Office of Criminal Justice Services’ Ohio Incident-based Reporting System (law enforcement crime reports). • Ohio’s 88 county coroners. • ODH’s Child Fatality Review of violent deaths to Ohioans younger than 18. • Local law enforcement

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Recovery, maybe, jobs no! Beware of politicians wearing rose-colored glasses. Many are mistaking the rise in the stock market for a recovery in the economy. At best, they may be partially right. Reality tells us that the rise is due to improved corporate earnings despite lower sales. There is a severe warning in this. Unemployment is reaching new highs. Those who are lucky enough to have jobs are protecting their good fortune by working harder and more efficiently. We should not be fooled by temporary drops in the unemployment rate. Only a continuous drop is significant. The job market reacts directly to the law of supply and demand. Demand for workers has been reduced by traditional and threatened new costs. The large supply of workers available are forced to compete for jobs. This causes wages to remain low. Less money will be spent in the economy. Added to this are the penalties potential employers will face in the new higher minimum wages, taxes, health care costs, card check liabilities and carbon taxes. These additional disincentives to hiring do not include traditional taxes on employment such as

Workers Compensation, Unemployment taxes and the employer share of Social Security. No good news here! The losers in Edward Levy the economy Obama Community the administration Press guest and the Concolumnist gress are foolishly constructing will be the working folks who voted for “change.” The people who have the resources to make hiring decisions have already decided that each person they hire becomes a potential serious liability in our “changed” economy. They have invested or will be investing in businesses that are not labor intensive or in economies that welcome investments in people. It is better to invest in safe and well-known opportunities than to take chances of losing money in a hostile economic situation. Does this mean there is little or no hope for our economy? Perhaps, but I am a positive thinker. A quick change of course is needed.

The question is whether the administration and the Congress have the intestinal fortitude to adopt a pro-growth policy. This would require lower costs on the creation and retention of jobs, a free trade program and most of all saying no to job killing make-work programs. It would also require a strict control of useless spending so that the federal budget reflects a decrease in the national debt. Sadly, it may take a few years of tough economic times for the unemployed before these economic truths set in. When economic sanity finally returns, who will be the first to admit that the economic hardship was caused by the government? As this is being written, Germany has elected a government that is pro-growth. It will be wise for our government to examine how quickly their economy responds. As economic conditions improve in Germany, will our leaders react with positive actions or will they play the same negative growth game that got us into this mess in the first place? Edward Levy is a longtime resident of Montgomery and a former college instructor.

GOVERNMENT CALENDAR INDIAN HILL

Council – meets at 7:30 p.m. the fourth Monday of the month (unless otherwise announced) in city hall, 6525 Drake Road Road. The next meeting is Monday, Jan. 26. Call 561-6500.

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Board of education – Board meetings are the second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the high school, 6845 Drake Road. The next meeting is Tuesday, Feb. 10. Call 272-4500 or visit www.ih.k12.oh.us.

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Lisa and Chip Pettengill of Indian Hill receive a champagne welcome from Hester Sullivan.

Dave Holcombe of Anderson Township, a partner in Baker Hostetler and the presenting sponsor of Bloom, enjoys the event.

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‘Bloom’ lights up the season

The fifth annual Bloom for Stepping Stones recently lit up a summer night with music, dancing under the glow of paper lanterns, fine food, champagne and an auction. The event raised more than $103,000 for Stepping Stones Center in Indian Hill, providing programs for children and adults with disabilities at locations in Indian Hill and Batavia. Close to 400 attended the outdoor gar-

den party. Hosts Brynne and Bob Coletti of Indian Hill were surprised with a $20,000 camper scholarship in their name, contributed by their friends. The party was lakeside at Stepping Stones Center, the first time the party has come home to Stepping Stones. Past hosts who held the party at their homes were Dan and Jill Freshly of Terrace Park, Dr. David and Nancy

Aichholz of Indian Hill, Brad and Marsha Lindner of Indian Hill and Neil and Susie Bortz of Indian Hill. Bloom co-chairs Connie Cook Laug and Mindy Weigel of Terrace Park were presented a flowering tree which will be planted at Stepping Stones honoring their Bloom efforts. For information, call Stepping Stones Center at 831-4660 or visit www.stepingstonescenter.org.

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Bloom co-chairs Mindy Weigel and Connie Cook PROVIDED. Laug, both of Terrace Park, were presented a flowering tree commemorating five years at the Bloom co-chair Connie Cook Laug of Terrace Park joins Above The Bar band on stage at Bloom helm of Bloom. The tree will be planted at for Stepping Stones. The garden party fund raiser drew close to 400 guests to Stepping Stones Center’s lakefront in Indian Hill. Stepping Stones Center.

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Brynne and Bob Coletti, of Indian Hill, at right, receive a gift of a campership scholarship in their name from Bloom co-chairs Mindy Weigel, left, and Connie Cook Laug, both of Terrace Park.

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Dawn Schiff of Indian Hill and Amy Joseph of Hyde Park enjoy the event.

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White party tents overlooked the lake at Stepping Stones Center in Indian Hill for the fifth annual Bloom for Stepping Stones, a garden party/dance/auction supporting Stepping Stones’ programs for children and adults with disabilities.

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Music drew dancers to the floor at Bloom.

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Bob and Deanna Castellini of Indian Hill stand with and George Joseph of Hyde Park.


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ART & CRAFT CLASSES Paint Your Own Pottery, 3:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Funke Fired Arts, 3130 Wasson Road. Short lesson followed by painting pottery. Wide range of mugs, plates, bowls, etc. $7.50-$40. 871-2529; www.funkefiredarts.com. Oakley.

ART EXHIBITS

Gary Kelley and Helmut Barnett, 10 a.m.5:30 p.m. Miller Gallery, 2715 Erie Ave. Works by illustrator and fine artist, Gary Kelley, and American abstract painter, Helmut Barnett. 871-4420. Hyde Park. Discovering Peaceful Places, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center, 6980 Cambridge Ave. Oil paintings by Deborah Ridgley. Includes a collection of figurative works, portraits, still lifes and plein air landscape paintings. Free. Presented by The Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati. Through Oct. 15. 791-7044; www.womansartclub.com. Mariemont. Discovering Peaceful Places, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Woman’s Art Club Cultural Center, 6980 Cambridge Ave. Twenty paintings by Deborah Ridgley. Free. Presented by Women’s Art Club of Cincinnati. Through Oct. 15. 7917044. Mariemont.

ATTRACTIONS

Airplane Rides, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunken Airport, 262 Wilmer Ave. Romantic airplane rides and air tours by Flamingo Air. $75 and up. Through Dec. 31. 321-7465; www.flamingoair.net. Linwood.

BARS/CLUBS

Wine Specials, 3 p.m.-9 p.m. R.P. McMurphy’s Irish Pub & Coffee House, 2910 Wasson Road. Half-price on glasses of wine. Ages 21 and up. 531-3300. Oakley. Eat-Drink-Donate, 11 a.m.-midnight, Teller’s of Hyde Park, 2710 Erie Ave. Food and beverage proceeds to Proscan Fund’s Pink Ribbon programs. Benefits Cris Collinsworth Proscan Fund. 321-4721. Hyde Park.

BUSINESS MEETINGS

International Fellowship of Christian Businessmen Luncheon Meeting, 11:45 a.m. Crowne Plaza Hotel Blue Ash, 5901 Pfeiffer Road. $15 for lunch; free attendance. Reservations required. Presented by International Fellowship of Christian Businessmen. 984-1513. Blue Ash.

CIVIC

Computer and TV Recycling Drop-Off, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 2trg, 11093 Kenwood Road. Accepting monitors, CPUs, hard drives, mice, keyboards, laptops, docking stations, backup batteries, power cords, modems, external hard drives, memory chips, cell phones, printers, scanners and fax machines. $20 TVs over 60 pounds, $10 TVs under 60 pounds, free for other items. Presented by Hamilton County Solid Waste Management District. 946-7766. Blue Ash.

EDUCATION

Pet First Aid, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. American Red Cross Blue Ash Chapter, 10870 Kenwood Road. Red Cross course in first aid for emergencies in cats and dogs. Bring four-legged stuffed animal. $35. Registration required. Presented by American Red Cross Cincinnati Area Chapter. 792-4000; www.cincinnatiredcross.org. Blue Ash. Astrology Class, 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Midwest School of Astrology, 4777 Red Bank Expressway, Suite 6. Intermediate to Advanced Topics with Pam Gallagher. $30. Reservations recommended. 984-2293. Madisonville.

FARMERS MARKET

Greenacres Farm Store, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Greenacres Farm Store, 8255 Spooky Hollow Road. Grass-fed Black Angus beef, freerange chicken, produce, lamb, turkey, eggs and honey. 891-4227. Indian Hill. Turner Farm, 2:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Turner Farm, 7400 Given Road. Large variety of local and seasonal vegetables. Flowers such as cosmos, sunflowers, strawflowers, blue salvia and more. 574-1849. Indian Hill.

FASHION SHOWS

Retro Fittings, 7:30 p.m. 20th Century Theatre, 3021 Madison Road. Doors open 6:30 p.m. VIP includes reserved seating and two drinks. Music, appetizers, auction, raffle cash bar and runway fashion show featuring original designs by UC fashion design students. Trunk show follows. Benefits Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Valet parking available. $60 VIP; $40, $30 advance; $15 students. Reservations requested. Presented by Society of St. Vincent de Paul. 562-8841, ext. 225; www.svdpcincinnati.org. Oakley.

LITERARY - BOOK CLUBS Book Club Night, 7 p.m. Book Lovers Discussion. Publisher representatives from Random House and Simon & Schuster discuss book club selection titles. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Free. 3968960; www.josephbeth.com. Norwood.

ON STAGE - THEATER

Equus, 7:30 p.m. Columbia Performance Center, 3900 Eastern Ave. A young man is accused of a shocking crime, and a disillusioned psychiatrist must unlock the secrets of his brutal act. Mature audiences only. $20, $15 ages 60 and up, $12 students. Presented by New Edgecliff Theatre. 888-588-0137. Columbia Tusculum.

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RECREATION

Co-ed 6 on 6 Volleyball League, 6:30 p.m.10 p.m. Weekly through Dec. 10. TriHealth Fitness and Health Pavilion, 6200 Pfeiffer Road. All skill levels. Teams play three games to 25. $260. Registration required. 9856747. Montgomery.

SENIOR CITIZENS

Computer Basics, 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Weekly through Oct. 29. Sycamore Senior Center, 4455 Carver Woods Drive. Covers basics including how to create documents and spreadsheets. Four-week course. $60, $45 members. Registration required. 984-1234. Blue Ash. Web Site Favorites and Google Searching, 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Weekly through Oct. 29. Sycamore Senior Center, 4455 Carver Woods Drive. Basic Internet lessons. $60, $45 members. 686-1010. Blue Ash. F R I D A Y, O C T . 9

ART EXHIBITS

Faculty and Student Art Show, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. 6:30-6:50 p.m. Bethany Kramer presentation. Funke Fired Arts, 3130 Wasson Road. Group exhibition and sale of faculty, staff, studio members and student works. Artist Bethany Kramer shows PowerPoint presentation of her body of work, techniques and processes. Free. 871-5576. Oakley. Funke Fired Arts Member Exhibition, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Artist lecture by Bethany Kramer 6:30-6:50 p.m. Includes power point presentation of Kramer’s body of work, techniques and processes while focusing on threedimensional, non-functional sculpture. Funke Fired Arts, 3130 Wasson Road. Free. 8712529; www.funkefiredarts.com. Oakley. Greater Cincinnati Writers League Poetry Critique, 7:30 p.m. Poetry contest entries due by Nov. 2. Rules on Web site. The Regency, 2444 Madison Road. Club meeting, poetry reading and discussion. Free. 352-6126; www.cincinnatiwritersleague.org. Hyde Park. Poetry Reading/Critique Group, 7:30 p.m.10 p.m. Regency Condo Association, 2444 Madison Road. Poetry writers meet to read poetry for critique by critic who is published or instructor of poetry. $25 annual membership. 321-6789; www.cincinnatiwritersleague.org. Hyde Park.

DANCE CLASSES

Line Dance Class, 10 a.m.-11 a.m. Oakley Community Center, 3882 Paxton Ave. Line dancing with Jerry and Kathy Helt, instructors. Wear smooth soled shoes. No partner dances and no prior dance experience required. $4. Presented by Southwestern Ohio/Northern Kentucky Square Dancers Federation. 321-6776. Oakley. Wine Tasting, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Art & Wine! Staff Picks. Eight staff favorite wines and new oil paintings by Emily Law on display. $25, $20 advance. The Wine Merchant, 3972 Edwards Road. With hors d’oeuvres. Registration recommended. 731-1515; www.winemerchantcincinnati.com. Oakley.

HOLIDAY - HALLOWEEN

Haunted Trail, 8 p.m.-11 p.m. American Legion Post 744, 224 Wilmer Ave. Ten scary rooms and haunted tunnel. Refreshments available. Benefits Star Strutter Baton Corp. and American Legion Post 744. $6. Presented by Star Strutters Baton Corp. 871-5842; www.starstrutterscincy.com. Linwood.

MUSIC - CLASSIC ROCK

Big Fish and Friends, 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Awakenings Coffee, 2734 Erie Ave. Stan Hertzmann plays guitar, sings and tells stories. Joined by musical friend weekly. 321-2525. Hyde Park.

SINGLES

Candlelight Singles, 7:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Trio Bistro, 7565 Kenwood Road. Meet other singles at dinner under romantic lighting. All parties in age appropriate groups. Benefits Hospice, YWCA Battered Woman’s, Children’s Shelter and Freestore Foodbank. Ages 23-65. $30 plus dinner. Reservations required. Presented by Candlelight Singles of North America. 761-6201; www.candlelightsingles.com. Kenwood. PROVIDED

Barktoberfest, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunken Airport, 262 Wilmer Ave. Spirit of 76 Shelter. Raffle, free vet exams, low priced microchipping and nail clipping, doggie games and contests, pet psychic, doggie demonstrations, pet adoptions from local rescue and shelter groups and pet merchandise. Benefits local animal rescue groups in Cincinnati area. $5. Registration required. Presented by Friends of Noah. 553-0333; www.dogjogbarktoberfest.org. Linwood.

FOOD & DRINK

Cincinnati Dinner Train, 7 p.m. Cincinnati Dinner Train, 4725 Madison Road. Boards at Barbecue Revue. Three-hour train ride complete with four-course meal on restored vintage rail cars. $69.95; plus tax, gratuity and alcoholic beverages. Reservations required, available online. 791-7245. Madisonville.

LECTURES

Working with the Angelic Kingdom, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Midwest School of Astrology, 4777 Red Bank Expressway, Suite 6. Increase awareness and understanding of Angelic Kingdom. Learn to improve communication and cooperation with angels in all aspects of daily life. $75. Reservations recommended. 984-2293. Madisonville.

RECREATION

Kids First Sports Fair.. Don’t Sit Be Fit, 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Kids First Sports Center, 7900 E. Kemper Road. Sample classes, learn about camps, preschool workshops and birthday parties. Benefits Children’s Miracle Network. Family friendly. $10 per family. 489-7575; www.kidsfirstsports.com. Sycamore Township.

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS SEMINARS

FOOD & DRINK

The Cincinnati Art Museum opens its new exhibit, “Roaring Tigers, Leaping Carp: Decoding the Symbolic Language of Chinese Animal Painting,” Friday, Oct. 9. The pieces in the exhibit show the hidden language of Chinese animal symbolism and reveal stories about Chinese history and culture. It is open through Jan. 3. A kickoff party is 9 p.m. to midnight Oct. 9. To coincide with the exhibit, the museum celebrates the animal kingdom with family-friendly, free Wild Weekends 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 17-18, and the third weekend in November and December. Visit www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org. Pictured is the anonymous ink and color on silk, “Tiger (detail)” from the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368.) It is from the National Palace Museum, Republic of China (Taiwan).

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BENEFITS Wine Tasting Benefit, 7 p.m. Red Dog Pet Resort and Spa, 5081 Madison Road. Includes signature wine glass, hors d’oeuvres, music, raffles and silent auction. Benefits League for Animal Welfare. Ages 21 and up. $40. Registration recommended. Presented by League for Animal Welfare. 7352299; www.lfaw.org. Madisonville.

What Women Need to Know About Divorce, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Merrill Lynch, 5151 Pfeiffer Road. Suite 100, conference room. Learn how to protect yourself and your children, take control of your financial life and strategies to deal with your spouse and/or children’s emotions. Features panel of speakers, attorneys, financial advisor and therapists. Free. Reservations appreciated, not required. Presented by Second Saturday. 792-1186. Blue Ash. Make Your House a Cozy Home, 1 p.m. Macy’s Kenwood Furniture Gallery, 7800 Montgomery Road. With senior designers Tracy Burske and Barb Donnellon. Learn how using the right furniture, accessories, area rugs and more can turn your house into a cozy home. Free. Reservations required. 745-8980, option 6. Kenwood.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Empty Bowls Throw-a-thon, 3 p.m.-9 p.m. Funke Fired Arts, 3130 Wasson Road. Participating artists throw 12 bowls accentuating their unique style. Bowl painting available in Paint-a-Pot studio for small fee. Studio classroom conducting special hand-building bowl project. Studio open house to raise money and awareness for local hungry children Free. 871-2529; www.funkefiredarts.com. Oakley.

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Friends of Noah is hosting Barktoberfest from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Spirit of 76 Shelter at Lunken Airport, 262 Wilmer Ave., Linwood. The event includes a raffle, free vet exams, low priced microchipping and nail clipping, doggie games and contests, pet psychic, doggie demonstrations, pet adoptions from local rescue and shelter groups and pet merchandise. Proceeds to benefit local animal rescue groups in the Cincinnati area. Admission is $5. Registration is required. Call 553-0333 or visit www.dogjogbarktoberfest.org.

LITERARY - SIGNINGS

Trenton Lee Stewart, 1 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Author discusses and signs “The Mysterious Benedict Society and the Prisoner’s Dilemma.” Free. 396-8960; www.josephbeth.com. Norwood.

PUBLIC HOURS

Cincinnati Observatory Center, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Cincinnati Observatory Center, 3489 Observatory Place. One-hour historical tours on second and fourth Sundays of every month. Free, donations accepted. 321-5186; www.cincinnatiobservatory.org. Mount Lookout. M O N D A Y, O C T . 1 2

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS Cincinnati Toastmasters Club No. 472 Meeting, 7 p.m. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Kenwood, 7701 Kenwood Road. Public speaking and leadership skills meeting. Free. 351-5005. Kenwood.

LITERARY - SIGNINGS

Francine Prose, 7:30 p.m. Rockwern Academy, 8401 Montgomery Road. Author discusses and signs “Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife.” Free. Reservations required. Presented by Joseph-Beth Booksellers. 310-9060; www.josephbeth.com. Kenwood.

LITERARY - STORY TIMES Make a Mess at the Manatee, 3:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore, 3054 Madison Road. Semi-structured open studio led by Miss Kelli, artist-in-residence. Ages 3 and up with adult. $3. Registration required. 731-2665; www.bluemanateebooks.com. Oakley.

SPORTS - REGISTRATIONS RECREATION Kids First Sports Fair, 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Kids First Sports Center, 7900 E. Kemper Road. Sample classes include gymnastics, swimming, karate, dance, trampoline and tumbling, cheerleading, soccer, basketball, and volleyball. Adult classes include dance, karate, and water aerobics. Children must be accompanied by parent/adult. Benefits Children’s Miracle Network. $10 per family. 489-7575; www.kidsfirstsports.com. Sycamore Township.

Taijiquan, 5:45 p.m.-7 p.m. Oakley Community Center, 3882 Paxton Ave. Beginner Taoist Tai Chi class. Free. 981-7940; www.taoist.org. Oakley.

SENIOR CITIZENS

Drawing and Painting, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Beginner and intermediate levels with Myrtle Blankbuehler. Sycamore Senior Center, 4455 Carver Woods Drive. $4, $1 without instruction. 984-1234. Blue Ash.

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EDUCATION Astrology Class, 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Midwest School of Astrology, 4777 Red Bank Expressway, Suite 6. Beginning to Intermediate Astrology with Pam Gallagher. Certification available. $30. Registration required. 984-2293. Madisonville. W E D N E S D A Y, O C T . 1 4

LITERARY - SIGNINGS

Robert Hicks, 7 p.m. Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Road. Author discusses and signs “A Separate Country.” Free. 396-8960; www.josephbeth.com. Norwood. T H U R S D A Y, O C T . 1 5

FOOD & DRINK

Third Thursday Wine Walk, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Mystic Moon. O’Bryonville Business District, Madison Road. Sample complimentary wines and refreshments. Local businesses offer extended hours on third Thursday of each month. 871-2466. O’Bryonville.

HEALTH / WELLNESS

First Aid/Adult, Infant & Child CPR with AED, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Continues Oct. 16. American Red Cross Blue Ash Chapter, 10870 Kenwood Road. Certification valid one year for CPR and three years for first aid. $75. Registration required. Presented by American Red Cross. 792-4000; www.cincinnatiredcross.org. Blue Ash.

LITERARY - LIBRARIES

Building Your Family Tree, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Mariemont Branch Library, 3810 Pocahontas Ave. With Karen Everett from the Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. Registration required.369-4467; www.cincinnatilibrary.org. Mariemont.

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BARS/CLUBS

Burger Madness, 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Arthur’s Café, 3516 Edwards Road. Burgers are just $6. Jagermeister and Blackhaus, two staple shots, $2. 871-5543. Hyde Park.

FARMERS MARKET

Hyde Park Farmers Market, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Preserving the Harvest: Ways to can, freeze and dry bulk produce. With Park + Vine and Cincinnati Locavore. U.S. Bank Hyde Park, 3424 Edwards Road. Local produce and farm goods, gourmet foods and more. 561-3151. Hyde Park.

FESTIVALS

Dog Jog, 10 a.m. Lunken Airport Playfield, 4744 Playfield Lane. Registration begins 8:30 a.m. Two-mile run/jog or one-mile fun walk with your dog followed by Doggie Games and Contests. Benefits nonprofit animal shelters/rescues. $30. Reservations required. Presented by Friends of Noah Dog and Cat Rescue. 652-6225; www.dogjogbarktoberfest.com. Linwood.

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The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden brings HallZOOween back from noon to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Oct. 10-11, Oct. 17-18 and Oct. 24-25. Kids can trick-or-treat around the zoo and see an animal version of trick-or-treating with Pumpkin Pandemonium. There is also magic, train rides, a pumpkin patch and more. HallZOOween is free with park admission. Admission is $13, adults; $9, ages 2-12; and free for under 2. Visit www.cincinnatizoo.org.


Life

Indian Hill Journal

October 8, 2009

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Checking our images of God Humans have a strong tendency to categorize things. Then we paste our categories in a mental book titled, “Things I Know For Sure.â€? This makes us feel more secure but less enthralled. Often it takes a crisis to rediscover how something old can be new again. St. Augustine has always intrigued me. After his conversion to Christianity, he wrote a prayer that began, “Late have I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient, ever new ‌â€? Imagine that! Not perceiving God in the typical category of being judgmental, severe or powerful – but beautiful. God is a frequent recipient of our familiarizing. God never grows up in our minds, never becomes new, exciting and breathtaking. He remains an old grandfatherly man or mean-spirited critic. To expand the quality of our lives, G.K. Chesterton once said that our spiritual and psychological task is to learn to look at familiar things until they become unfamiliar again. This holds true whether the familiar thing be a flower, a snowfall, a job or

even God. Mystics call this process “awakening.� Most of our lives we just go Father Lou on turning Guntzelman the pages our Perspectives of mental b o o k , “Things I Know For Sure.� Our pictures of God were pasted there when we were kids. Now they’re cracked, sepia-colored, and a little dusty. Archie Bunker had a large album of them to which he referred frequently. One of the attractions to the recent novel, “The Shack,� seems to be the different images used for the Triune-God. Archie would have condemned the book. Certainly there is a need to recognize the stability and steadfastness of God. The psalmists often used descriptive words like “fortress� and “rock� to do this. What must be remembered is that God is an absolute mystery. St. Anselm described God as “The One beyond that is

able to be thought.â€? That means in our dealings with God we must develop a tolerance for ambiguity. In his book “God, The Oldest Question,â€? William J. O’Malley, S.J., writes, “I do believe that the Holy Spirit is a feminine principle within God, just as the book of Wisdom pictures her. “But in my experience, God is ‌ far more masculine (challenging, rational, decisive, unbending) than feminine (cherishing, enfolding, mothering, consoling.) Again in my experience, if God is a ‘she,’ God is one damn tough cookie.â€? The parables of Jesus Christ are stories about people, but their real plot is about the heart of God. Notice that there is always an element of astonishment, surprise and the unexpected in them. The measured expectations of those hearing them are shattered. God was always more than anticipated. John Shea writes, “As Mark says, ‘He was too much for them.’ Like a woman who loves too much, like ointment that costs too much and is spilled too much, like a seventy-times-seven God who

forgives too much.â€? Today we like a housebroken God, a God we can keep on a leash, who has predictable habits, doesn’t generate questions, and makes sense by our logic. Author Kathleen Norris writes: “One so often hears people say, ‘I just can’t handle it,’ when they reject a biblical image of God as Father, Mother, as Lord and Judge, God as a lover‌ God on a cross. ‌ If we seek a God we can ‘handle’ that will be exactly what we get – a God we can manipulate, suspiciously like ourselves, the wideness of whose mercy we’ve cut down to size.â€? What we get then is not God. Father Lou Guntzelman is a Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Reach him at columns@ communitypress.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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BRIDGES for a Just Community recently recognized retiring board members for their long-time service and elected them to Board Emeritus status. From left: Robert C. “Chip� Harrod, president and CEO of BRIDGES and a resident of Montgomery; Mona H. Morrow, a resident of Kenwood; S. Nemat Moussavian, M.D., a resident of Indian Hill, and Dr. Mitchel D. Livingston, past-chair of the BRIDGES Board and a resident of Cleves.

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Life

October 8, 2009

Treat your palate to tastes of the past

When it comes to autumn festivals, two stand out for me – the Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg, Ohio, and the Old West Festival between M o u n t Orab and Williamsburg. They are as different as night and day to Rita e a c h Heikenfeld other, but each is Rita’s kitchen historically correct, whether it’s the architecture, dress code, entertainment, or the food offered. Plus when you visit, you are literally transported back into time. Now I love to cook, but I’m not sure I’d make it as a “Renaissance girl” in the kitchen. And I don’t think Drew Deimling, a Hyde Park reader and proprietor of the Old West Festival, would hire

me as a cowgirl rustling up supper. I thought it would be fun, though, to share recipes for the kind of foods eaten during those times.

Kathy’s Renaissance chicken pie served in bread bowls

Originally from Kathy Kneipp, a Clermont County reader. She loves history and taught her kids about the Renaissance by having them help her prepare a Renaissance meal. Here’s my adaptation: 2 frying chickens, cut up 1 teaspoon garlic powder (opt.) 1 small onion, cut up 4 tablespoons butter 1 ⁄2 cup flour 1 cup milk Broth from chicken Salt and pepper to taste Fill a pan with enough water to cover chicken, add

garlic powder and onion, but do not add the chicken yet. Bring water to a boil. Lower heat then add chicken. Simmer until tender. Remove chicken, let cool and remove from bones. Reserve broth. Melt butter in a skillet, whisk in flour and cook slowly for one minute. Add 1 cup milk and 1⁄2 cup chicken broth and stir carefully. Add another 1⁄2 cup broth. Season everything with salt and pepper. Place chicken on a serving platter and pour sauce over and serve. To serve in bread bowls: Cut off top of round loaf of bread. Hollow out bottom 2⁄3, and set the reserved bread aside. In preheated 350 degree oven, toast the hollowed out bread round along with the reserved pieces for a few minutes. Pour the chicken topped with sauce into bread bowl. Use chunks of reserved bread to dunk into bowl and to act as a utensil.

Old West pulled pork barbecue

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In the Old West you had to raise the pig, butcher it, smoke the hams, etc. Lucky for us we can just go to the grocery where the pork is neatly wrapped, ready to cook. Cook a pork loin roast in 3 cups water with a diced onion, a teaspoon or so minced garlic, salt and pepper to taste, in the crockpot until done (about three hours on high, five hours on low). When cool, shred. Measure out 1 quart broth from cooked meat. Add to that: 1 bottle ketchup 1 ⁄2 cup mustard 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon paprika (opt.) 1 ⁄2 to 1 cup brown sugar 1 bay leaf 2 slices lemon 1 tablespoon each: vinegar and Worcestershire sauce Dash or two Tabasco

Cook 10 minutes, remove bay leaf and add meat that has been shredded. Put all back in crockpot and cook 30 minutes longer, uncovered. Use a soup ladle to serve on warm buns. Even easier: To a bottle of purchased barbecue sauce, sprinkle in some chili powder, garlic powder and, if you want it sweeter, brown sugar to taste. Thin with a bit of the broth if you want. Again, cook about 30 minutes uncovered in the crockpot.

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The number of requests for these recipes is growing each day: • Like Syktop Bigg’s chicken salad • Mio’s creamy garlic salad dressing • Strawberry lasagna like Bravo’s Café, Augusta, Ky.

Food fests

• Renaissance Festival, Harveysburg, Ohio. Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. through Oct. 25.

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Rita lunching at the Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg. • Old West Festival, Williamsburg/Mount Orab, Ohio. Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. through Oct. 11.

Rooting out recipes

I’m cloning a recipe now for Entenmann’s pound cake and will share it hopefully soon. Also a recipe for roasted garlic potatoes using whole cloves. Rita Nader Heikenfeld is Macy’s certified culinary professional and family herbalist, an educator and author. E-mail her at columns@communitypress.com with “Rita’s kitchen” in the subject line. Or call 513-2487130, ext. 356. Visit Rita at www.Abouteating.com.

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Community

Indian Hill Journal

October 8, 2009

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Saks Fifth Avenue to host shopping event

The Saks Fifth Avenue store at the corner of Fifth and Race streets in downtown Cincinnati will be the spot Oct. 15-18 for the 11th annual “Key to the Cure” charity shopping weekend benefiting The Wellness Community’s free cancer support programs. “Key to the Cure” is part of a national shopping event sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue and the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s (EIF) Women’s Cancer Research Fund benefiting cancer-related programs and non-profits across the country. Since its inception in 1999, the event has raised more than $32 million nationwide. Locally, 2 percent of the weekend’s sales will be donated to The Wellness Community of Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky, a non-profit cancer support agency that offers free, professionally facilitated programs of emotional support, education and hope to people with cancer and their loved ones at locations in Blue Ash, Fort Wright, Bond Hill, Clifton, downtown and Western Hills. Helping promote “Key to the Cure” for The Wellness Community are event chair April Davidow along with committee members Lynne Boles, Flannery Higgins, Ginger Kelly and Molly Sandquist. In Cincinnati, the “Key to

the Cure” weekend will run from Thursday, Oct. 15, through Sunday, Oct. 18, and will feature fun events throughout the store as well as a special preview party on Thursday, Oct. 15. Call the store for details at 4216800. A special limited edition T-shirt designed for “Key to the Cure” by Michael Kors and available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue will be available beginning Oct. 1. Fittingly, the Kors’ Project Runway co-star and noted model, Heidi Klum, has been named the Entertainment Industry Foundation ambassador for Saks Fifth Avenue’s 2009 “Key to the Cure” campaign and will appear in magazine ads wearing the spectacular white and fuschia T-shirt to promote the event. According to Klum, “It’s important that we all work continuously to find the cure for cancer and to find answers. “This year’s T-shirt is fabulous and not just because Michael, my fashion inspiration and great friend, designed it. It’s fun and comfortable and really a great gift for yourself or a family member or friend that you can give to support a very worthy cause.” For more information about The Wellness Community’s free cancer support programs or Saks Fifth Avenue’s “Key to the Cure,” call 791-4060.

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Indian Hill Journal

Community

October 8, 2009

Who dey?

Twenty-eight winners of Graeter’s VIP Paul Brown Stadium Experience contest recently spent time with Bengals Head Coach and Indian Hill resident Marvin Lewis in the stadium’s gymnasium. The lucky group also took a tour of the players’ locker rooms, played on the field and had a Graeter’s ice cream social. PROVIDED.

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‘Fall for St. Paul’ in Madeira With autumn in the air, St. Paul Community United Methodist Church of Madeira will stage its inaugural “Fall for St. Paul” the weekend of Oct. 9-11. The church at 8221 Miami Road will invite neighbors to share in a weekend of activities to recharge mind, body and spirit. Great music ranging from an organ-based classical concert to a Beatles tribute band and singing sisters, tasty barbecue and children’s activities are all on the schedule. St. Paul’s traditional “pumpkin patch” will be open each day from noon until 8 p.m. to benefit the church’s Student Youth Ministries. The weekend will kick off with a “Second Friday Nighters” buffet dinner and entertainment Oct. 9, beginning with punch and conversation at 6 p.m. After dinner, sisters Phoebe and Gabrielle Moore will perform toe-tapping music as “The Merri Moores.” Reservations for that

event must be made by calling the church at 891-8181 by Oct. 6. The cost is $10 a person. On Saturday, giant inflatables, story time, balloons and face painting, all free, will attract children and parents to the parking lot adjoining the church pumpkin patch from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. A group called “Apples” will play Beatles hits and other favorites from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and the church’s Praise Band will play in the sanctuary from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The St. Paul Men’s Group will hold its annual barbecue chicken dinner Saturday evening for the 40th year. Dinners – half a chicken, baked potato, coleslaw or applesauce, a drink and homemade dessert – will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. “We serve about 550 dinners,” said Dan Bradford, who leads a team of volunteers. “Prices are $9 for adults and $4.50 for children under 12. People can dine in or take out.” Sunday morning services

led by the Rev. Dick Coldwell will begin at 8:45 (intimate traditional worship), 9:30 (contemporary services) and 11 a.m. (traditional worship). “Fall for St. Paul” will conclude with an eclectic concert beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday showcasing the church’s 1988 Rodgers pipe organ and other instruments and voices. Billed as “Organ Plus!,” the concert will include classical favorites from Bach, Brahms and Chopin as well as a lighter organ duo titled “Ragtime” and the tonguein-cheek “Toot Suite” by PDQ Bach, according to church organist Alice Edwards. Edwards will alternate on the organ with St. Paul music director Patrick Coyle and Mary Bramlage. Others participating include tenor Eric DeForest and percussionist Fletcher Kaufman from NKU, flautist Jennifer Helms, pianist Elaine Bedwell and a brass quartet from the UC-College Conservatory of Music. An offering will be taken and child care provided.

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Indian Hill Journal

October 8, 2009

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Humana gives $120K to local nonprofits exhausted options in the traditional school system because of their intense behavior challenges,” said Sue Radabaugh, executive director of the Stepping Stones Center. “Autism is a growing crisis in our country and in our community. In the five years since we started StepUp, the demand has increased exponentially. The grant from Humana will allow us to renovate our existing space, construct additional facilities and serve 50 percent more children and their families.” Humana’s grant program – aptly named Greater Cincinnati Benefits – awards $100,000 to one local non-

profit working to improve the community’s health. Two other organizations receive $10,000 grants. The recipients of the $10,000 awards aree ProKids (www.prokidscasa.org) and Wesley Community Center (www.wesleycs.org). “Greater Cincinnati Benefits is extremely competitive, and we select three finalists who can make a substantial difference in the community,” said Humana of Ohio President Tim Cappel. “Stepping Stones Center, ProKids and Wesley Community Center are great investments, and they are only a few examples of Humana’s dedication to the tri-state and its health.”

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Playhouse in the Park presents ‘New Kid’ The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s production of “New Kid” by Dennis Foon will perform “Off the Hill” at 13 community centers across the region now through Nov. 1. “The Playhouse is thrilled to be partnering with community arts centers in order to bring professional live theatre directly into neighborhoods across the region,” said education director Mark Lutwak. “New Kid” tells the story of Nick and his parents from the country of Homeland. He has just moved to America — a strange new place where he doesn’t even speak the language. Nick struggles to find his bearings and make friends in his new home. He desperately wants to fit in with his school mates, but this turns out to be harder than he expected.

Gradually, he makes friends, even as one student proves to be a mean-spirited bully. As Nick takes on the ignorance he sees around him, he teaches his own mother about perseverance and making a new start. The playwright plunges the audience into Nick’s experience by having him and his mother speak English, even as the others speak an invented language. This humorous play challenges everyone to question bullying and prejudice and to welcome the new perspectives newcomers can bring. Anthony Vaughn Merchant (Nick), Jacqueline Raposo (Mother), Kristen Jackson (Mug) and Lily Blau (Mench) from the Playhouse’s Bruce E. Coyle Intern Company will appear in “New Kid.” Education Director Mark

Lutwak will direct. Other members of the production team include Christopher Boone (set designer), Chad Phillips (costume designer), Anna Goller (props designer), Cedric Collier (sound technician) and Grace Briner (stage manager). “New Kid” will also tour area schools for grades three through seven this fall through Nov. 1. For more information about the education and outreach programs, call 345-2242 or visit www.cincyplay.com. The local “New Kid” community center performance schedule: • 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, at Silverton Paideia Academy, 6829 Stewart Road, Silverton • 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10, at Evendale Cultural Arts Center, 10500 Reading

Road, Evendale • 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11, at Wyoming Fine Arts Center, 322 Wyoming Ave., Wyoming • 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at Madisonville Arts Center, 5021 Whetsel Ave., Madisonville • 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, District A at Ballet Tech, 6463 Kennedy Ave., Kennedy Heights • 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, at Green Acres Art Center, 8400 Blome Road, Indian Hill • 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, at Sharonville Fine Arts Council, 11165 Reading Road, Sharonville • 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, at Mayerson JCC, 8485 Ridge Road, Amberley Village. Contact the site for tickets and prices.

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Indian Hill Journal

Religion

October 8, 2009

Church to welcome NBA legend Jerry Lucas is in the National Basketball Association Hall of Fame, he’s written a New York Times best-seller and he’s coming to the village for a “Weekend to Remember.”

AMERICAN BAPTIST

MT WASHINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH

2021 Sutton Ave

231-4445

Sunday Services

Sunday School -All Ages ........9:00am Worship Gathering ...........10:00am Wednesday Night....6:15pm dinner & 7:00pm...Children/Youth/Adult Classes Nursery Provided Handicapped Accessible www.mwbcares.net

BAPTIST Hyde Park Baptist Church Michigan & Erie Ave

513-321-5856 Bill Rillo, Pastor Sunday Worship Services: 11:00am & 6:00pm Sunday School: 9:45am Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00pm www.hydeparkbaptistchurch.org

ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. GERTRUDE PARISH Church (513) 561-5954 • (513) 561-5020 School Miami Ave & Shawnee Run Rd. www.stgertrude.org Mass Schedule Daily: 7:00, 8:00 & 11:30AM Saturday: 4:30PM Sunday: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00AM 12:30 & 6:00PM

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist 3035 Erie Ave 871-0245 Sunday Service and Sunday School 10:30am Wednesday Testimonial Meeting 7:30pm Reading Room 3035 Erie Ave

CHURCH OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY

Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Worship 11:00 am Wed Night Bible Study 7:00 pm Pastor Ed Wilson 8105 Beech Avenue - Deer Park (Just off Galbraith across from Amity School) 513-793-7422

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8290 Batavia-Pike - Route 32

Armstrong Chapel United Methodist Church welcomes Lucas, a graduate of The Ohio State University, Oct. 11 and Oct. 12 for special morning worship services as well as a teaching

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Indian Hill Episcopal Presbyterian Church 6000 Drake Rd Cincinnati, Ohio 45243 www.indianhillchurch.org Sunday Worship 8am & 10:30am Sunday School 10:30am Youth 7 & 8th grade 9:15am Youth 9 & 12th grade 11:45am Phone 561-6805 Fax 561-0894

Connections Christian Church 7421 East Galbraith

INDIAN HILL Episcopal Presbyterian Church 6000 Drake Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243 Phone 513-561-6805 Fax 513-561-0894 Sunday Worship 8am & 9:30am www.IndianHillChurch.org

LUTHERAN ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH

7333 Pfeiffer Road, Montgomery (East of I-71 on Pfeiffer Rd) Worship Schedule 10:00 a.m. Worship and Holy Communion Baby sitter provided Pastor: Josh Miller ascensionlutheranchurch.com

Good Shepherd (E LCA) www.goodshepherd.com

7701 Kenwood Rd.

513.891.1700

(across from Kenwood Towne Centre) Saturday night at 5:00 and Sunday morning at 8:00, 9:00, 9:30 & 11:00am Pastors: Larry Donner, Pat Badkey, Jesse Abbott

UNITED METHODIST 7515 Forest Rd. at Beechmont Ave 231-4172 Sr. Pastor Mark Rowland Ann Luzader, Mike Carnevale Traditional Service 8:30 & 11:00am Contemporary Service 9:30 & 11:00am (Nursery care from 9:15am-12:15pm.) Sunday School for Children & Adults at 9:30am & 11:00am. Youth Fellowship (grade 7-12), 6-8pm. www.andersonhillsumc.org

CHURCH OF THE SAVIOUR 8005 Pfeiffer Rd Montgmry 791-3142 www.cos-umc.org "Get In The Game: Listen To The Coach"

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

EVANGELICAL COVENANT

Cincinnati, OH 45243

Phone: 513-791-8348 • Fax: 513-791-5648

Jeff Hill • Minister

www.connectionscc.org Worship Service 10:30am Sunday School 9:15 am

FAITH CHRISTIAN

FELLOWSHIP CHURCH (Preaching the Gospel of Hope) 6830 School Street (Newtown)

Nursery Care Provided

Dr. Cathy Johns, Senior Pastor Rev. Doug Johns, Senior Pastor

on Oct. 12, he’ll offer a lesson on learning and remembering names and faces. “ P e o p l e Lucas discover skills they never knew they had,” Lucas said. Greg Stover, pastor at Armstrong Chapel, said he was referred to Lucas from a colleague. He said, as a fellow Ohio State graduate, he’s a big fan of Lucas and was intrigued by not only his contributions to basketball, but also his education and memory techniques. Stover said it will be interesting to see Lucas tie these memory abilities together with religious aspects. “We think it’s a great opportunity to provide spiritual enrichment to our congregation,” Stover said.

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Dr. R. Edgar Bonniwell, Sr. Minister

www.cfcfc.org Sun. Worship 10am Wed. Worship & Bible Study Service 7pm Sunday School - All Ages 9-10:00am New National Seminary Emerging www.Kingswellseminary.org

KENWOOD FELLOWSHIP 7205 Kenwood Rd., Cinti, OH 45236

513-891-9768 Ken Bashford, Pastor

www.KenwoodFellowship.org

Sunday Morning Worship 10:30am Child Care Provided Sunday School for All Ages

Fellowship & Lunch Follows Worship Our mission is to worship God & share Jesus’ transforming love and salvation.

NorthStar Vineyard Community Church

Sunday 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. Loveland High School, off of Rich Rd. 683-1556 www.northstarvineyard.org

What’s going on?

What: “Weekend to Remember,” with NBA Hall-ofFamer John Lucas teaching memory and learning skills, as well as offering his thoughts on improving family relationships. When: 8:20 a.m., 9:40 a.m. and 11:10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 (improving family relationships); 7 p.m. Oct. 11 (“family learning made fun and easy”); and 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12 (memory retention) Where: Armstrong Chapel, 5125 Drake Road For more information, call 561-4220.

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“Divorce Care,” a 13-week program that addresses emotional issues associated with divorce, is being offered through Nov. 30. The sessions are offered free of charge from 7-9 p.m. at the church. Experts on topics such as anger, resentment and loneliness will conduct the meetings in a support group setting. For more information contact Melanie Stearns at 561-4220. The chapel is at 5125 Drake Road, Indian Hill; 561-4220.

Anderson Hills United Methodist

A Newcomers Class is 9:45 to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays through Dec. 3 at the church. This is a group for women who are new to the Cincinnati area, who are interested in Christian fellowship with other newcomers. The class reads and discusses Susan Miller’s book, “After the Boxes Are Unpacked: Moving On After Moving In.” The group is open to all women, whether you’ve been here 2 weeks or 2 years; you need not be a church member to attend. Childcare is available by reservation. Contact Sue at 233-9556 or vicnsueb@fuse.net for more info or to enroll. The book is provided at cost; no charge for the class. The church is a host site for the Simulcast Conference of “Focus on Parenting,” presented by Focus on the Family, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14. The cost for tickets is $25 per person (through Oct. 15); or $35. To register, visit the church Web site under News and Events/Special Events. The church is hosting a Healing and Wholeness Service at 6 p.m. the fourth Sunday of each month. It is a special prayer service for those seeking God’s hand in times of physical, emotional and spiritual troubles. The church is offering a Cancer Support Hotline. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance with a cancer diagnosis, call the church’s Cancer Support Hotline (231-4172) to talk to a cancer survivor or caregiver. The church is at 7515 Forest Road, Anderson Township; 231-4172; www.andersonhillsumc.org.

Ascension Lutheran Church

Ascension’s Sunday worship service is at 10 a.m. Sunday school and adult forum begin at 9 a.m. A nursery is provided during the worship service. The church is hosting the Fall Cham-

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session. Lucas said he’ll be talking about how to improve family relationships on the morning of Oct. 11, “Family Learning Made Fun” will be his topic that evening and

RELIGION

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Sunday Worship: 10:30am with Childrens Church & Nursery PASTOR JONATHAN KOLLMANN

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Church School for Everyone 10:10 am

Traditional Worship 11:15 am Child Care available at all times

"A Family in Christ and a Beacon of God’s Love for Over 150 Years"

Sunday Service 10:30am Cincinnati Country Day School 272-5800 www.horizoncc.com

HERITAGE UNIVERSALIST UNITARIAN CHURCH

2710 Newtown Rd. 231-8634 Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m. Sunday School classes and nursery care for children and youth

“One Church, Many Paths” www.huuc.net

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST United Church of Christ in Oakley

8221 Miami Rd. (corner of Galbraith)

513-891-8181

NEW 9:30am Service -Innovative & High energy

Traditonal Services 8:45 & 11:00am Sunday School 9:30 & 11:00am www.stpaulcommunityumc.org

Pumpkin Patch is open. Pumpkins are now on the church lawn. All sales benefit youth summer mission trips. Kids Morning Out is from 9 a.m. to noon every Monday through Thursday. It is open to children 6 months-kindergarten. The cost is $10 for one child and $15 for families of two or more. The “Fireproof Your Marriage” class will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 12. The class will continue Mondays through Nov. 16. With its affirming message about love, the movie “Fireproof” has helped millions of marriages become stronger. The Love Dare by Alex and Stephen Kendrick, a 40-day challenge featured in the movie, helps couples strive to understand one another and practice unconditional love within their marriage. Call the church to register. October meeting for seniors is at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14, in room 11 at the church. Charles Cokely from Joseph Porsche (Kings Auto Mall) will talk about Smart Cars and give test rides in the parking lot. They will also have “COS Night” dinner (make your “COS Night” dinner reservations by noon the Monday before or bring a bag supper) at 5 p.m. or just the program at 6 p.m. Vendors are needed for the Fall Craft Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Crafters and vendors are invited to call the church for details. The church is at 8005 Pfeiffer Road, Montgomery; 791-3142; www.cos-umc.org.

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UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

Church of the Saviour United Methodist

The church is starting a new contemporary worship service from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. It will continue each Saturday evening. The services will feature contemporary worship music in a relaxed atmosphere with biblical teaching that will resonate with the fast-pasted lifestyles that many of us find ourselves in today. The church is at 7205 Kenwood Road; 891-9768.

MT. WASHINGTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 6365 Corbly Road 513-231-3946 Rev. Thomas A. Gaiser Sunday Worship 10:45am Adult Sunday School 9:30am Children’s Sunday School 10:45am Visitors Welcomed

Sundays 9:15am & 10:45am

Church of God of Prophecy

The church hosts Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship is at 11 a.m. Sundays. Bible Study is at 7 p.m. Wednesdays. The church is at 8105 Beech Ave., Deer Park; 793-7422.

Kenwood Fellowship Church

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Building Homes Relationships & Families

ber Concert Series. Former Metropolitan Opera soloist Blythe Walker, soprano, and former European opera soloist, David Bezona, tenor, will be performing Saturday, Oct. 17. The final concert of the fall season will feature the choirs of Sycamore High School, Kenneth Holdt directing, Saturday, Nov. 21. All concerts are free and will begin at 7 p.m. (A free-will donation will be accepted.) The church is at 7333 Pfeiffer Road, Montgomery; 793-3288; www.ascensionlutheranchurch.com.

Rock Church ministry for seventh through 12th grade meets the third Saturday of each month 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Features DJ, dancing, games, prizes and concessions. The church is at 6800 School St., Newtown; 271-8442.

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3850 E. Galbraith, Deer Park Next to Dillonvale Shopping Ctr www.TrinityCincinnati.org 791-7631 Worship Service - 10:00AM Sunday School - 10:15AM Pastor Randy Wade Murphy

The Community Press welcomes news about a special service, rummage sale, dinner, bazaar, festival, revival, musical presentation or any special activity that is open to the public. Deadline: Two weeks before publication date. E-mail: indianhill@ communitypress.com with “religion” in subject line Fax: 249-1938.

Faith Christian Fellowship Church

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Sunday Worship 10:00am Adult Bible Study 9:00am, Youth Sunday School 10:00am Childcare provided for Infants and Toddlers “Partners with Jesus in the Community and the World”

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The church conducts worship at 10:30 a.m., Sundays and Divine Providence Study Group the first four Sundays of the month from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. The church is located at 9035 E. Kemper Road, Montgomery; 4899572.

St. Paul Community United Methodist Church

St. Paul Church services are 8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m. for Traditional Worship and 9:30 a.m. for Contemporary Worship with Praise Band. Childcare is provided for all services. The church is continuing the fall series, Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations, Sunday, Oct. 11, with the sermon, “Extravagant Generosity-A Gift from the Heart.” It is based on the scripture reading II Corinthians 8:1-15. The church is at 8221 Miami Road, Madeira; 891-8181; www.stpaulcommunityumc.org.


Community

Indian Hill Journal

October 8, 2009

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Time to bring your plants indoors for the winter You may even want to do this a couple times while they’re acclimating in the shade. This helps to blow off any insects that may be hanging out on the plants. Immediately before bringing them inside, give your plants a good spraying of insecticidal soap, making sure you spray tops and bottoms of the leaves, stems, trunks and all. Again, trying to get rid of any hitchhiking bugs! (If you do this the same day you’re bringing them inside, let the spray dry, then bring the plants indoors.) If possible, lay the plant on its side, slide it out of the pot, and inspect the root ball for any unwanted bugs or anything else that may be hiding in the bottom of the pot. Rodents, even snakes

have been found hiding here. One way to make sure nothing is in the soil (ants, etc.) is to fill a large tub with water, and then submerge the plant pot and all in the water for several hours. Anything in the soil will either drown, or will float to the top of the water. It’s also a great way to soak the soil. Just make sure you allow it plenty of time to drain before bringing it into the house. Move your tropical plant indoors to a well-lit area indoors, and away from heat vents and cold drafts. Place a saucer under the

pot. As a general rule, water the plants well, let dry, water again. And never let water sit in the saucer. Use lukewarm water for watering. Expect leaves to drop as the plants make their final acclimation to the indoor lighting. It’s natural. And do keep your eyes open for any flare-ups of insects on the plants. Keep insecticidal soaps, systemic insecticides, and whitefly traps on hand just in case. Reduce feeding to nothing or an occasional shot of a water-soluble fertilizer, which can be increased

through the winter, and the shower Ron Wilson is the perfect In the place to do garden it. It knocks off bugs, cleans the leaves, and the plants love the moisture. Use lukewarm water for five to 10 minutes. Ron Wilson is marketing manager for Natorp’s Inc. Garden Stores. You can reach him at columns@community press.com.

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JOURNAL

REAL ESTATE

INDIAN HILL

INDIAN HILL

Arrests/citations

Anthony Whitmire, no age given, 414 Poplar Ave., in park after dark at 8100 block of Graves Road, Sept. 12.

Incidents/investigations Domestic violence At Drake Road, Sept. 9.

Theft

Paver stones taken at 8100 block of Given Road, Sept. 9.

Vandalism

Light posts damaged at 7000 Given Road, Sept. 8.

4850 Burley Hills Dr.: Kerr Timothy L. & Grace B. to Schoeny Gregory G.; $680,000. 645 Indian Hill Tl.: Briggs Jeanne M. & Richard W. to Mcpartlin Susan M. & Michael Gallbraith; $1,055,000. 8070 Clippinger Dr.: Giacomini Kirsten M. to Brookfield Global Relocation Services LLC; $1,675,000. 8070 Clippinger Dr.: Brookfield Global Relocation Services LLC to Poston James R. Jr. Tr; $1,675,000.

About police reports

About real estate transfers

The Community Press obtains reports on file with local police departments. The information is a matter of public record and does not imply guilt or innocence. To contact your local police department: 561-7000.

Information is provided as a public service by the office of Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes. Neighborhood designations are approximate.

BUSINESS UPDATE New stores opening

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BIRTHS

Three new retailers has opened in the new Nordstrom wing at Kenwood Towne Centre. The retailers, who helped celebrate the grand opening of Nordstrom on Sept. 25, are: • Vera Bradley, a leading designer of handbags, travel accessories, stationary and eyewear. • Jule, a retailer of fashion jewelry, handbags,

belts, watches, sunglasses and other gifts. • Bankhardt’s Luggage, a retailer of top quality luggage, travel accessories, business cases and leather business accessories. • Stafford Jewelers, which offers fine quality diamonds, jewelry and watches. In addition to the recent store openings, Kenwood Towne Centre will soon welcome Gong Sushi in November.

TENN

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

FLORIDA

ANNA MARIA ISLAND, FL Book Now for Winter to be in this bit of Paradise! Great fall rates, $499/week. 513-236-5091 ww.beachesndreams.net

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

Christmas at Disney World! ORLANDO Luxurious 2 BR, 2 BA condo, sleeps 6, pool, hot tub & lazy river on site. Near downtown Disney & golf. Avail. week of Dec. 20. Local owner. 513-722-9782, leave message

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Penguin Palooza

The Indian Hill Winter Club recently hosted their Grand Opening party, “Penguin Palooza.” PROVIDED.

Enter the Passion for Fashion Competition The Art Institutes Passion for Fashion Competition 2010 provides high school students an exciting glimpse of the highly competitive fashion industry by offering students interested in fashion marketing, merchandising or retail management an opportunity to win a full-tuition scholarship to study fashion at one of The Art Institutes schools, including The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati. Eligible students can enter the Fashion Marketing & Merchandising & Retail Management category at The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati. Open to high school seniors across North America, The Art Institutes Passion for Fashion Competition was created to encourage and reward young fashion design and fashion marketing, merchandising and retail management talent at the high school level. Since it began five years ago, interest in the competition has taken off, said Julie Hengle, fashion merchandising academic director, The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati. “We saw a record number of applicants enter last year’s competition. There are so many wonderful fashion courses in high school today, and

many students see a career in this industry within their reach.” The competition consists of two categories: 1, fashion design and 2, fashion marketing and merchandising and retail management. The grand prize winner in each category earns a full-tuition scholarship to an Art Institutes school to study in a fashion program. Each grand prize winner, in partnership with Seventeen Magazine, also receives a trip to New York City to attend a Fashion Week show, attends a “meet and greet” at SSeventeen Magazine’s offices, lunches with a Seventeen Magazine Style Pro and receives a $500 shopping spree. In this year’s Passion for Fashion Competition, students competing in contest from The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati will be asked to create Fashion Marketing, Merchandising or Retail Management plan. To be eligible, students must be a senior in high school, set to graduate in 2010, complete an entry and release form and have a minimum cumulative G.P.A. of at least 2.0. They must also write a short essay describing their interest in fashion and

submit a finished product or plan for the fashion marketing and merchandising and retail management category (for complete details, visit www.artinstitutes.edu.) The Fashion Merchandising faculty at The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati will host two workshops to help contestants brainstorm and flesh out their individual entries. Students are encouraged to think about projects focusing on one of four topic areas: Store Layout, Marketing Plan, Product Development, and Trends and Concepts. Workshops will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday, Oct. 24, and Saturday, Nov. 7, at The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati campus, at 8845 Governor’s Hill Drive in Symmes Township. Deadline for entries into The Art Institutes Passion for Fashion Competition is Nov. 20. For more information on how to enter The Art Institutes Passion for Fashion Competition and for official rules, visit www.artinstitutes.edu or contact Wendy Raymond Hacker at 833-2430 or whacker@aii.edu at The Art Institute of Ohio – Cincinnati.

Travel & Resort Directory 513.768.8285 or travelads@enquirer.com

FLORIDA

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

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 EAST COAST, NEW SMYRNA BEACH Luxurious oceanfront condos & vacation homes. Closest & best beach to Disney. Ocean Properties Vacation Rentals 800-728-0513 www.oceanprops.com

FT. MYERS BEACH. Two luxury 2 Br, 2 Ba condos (1 corner unit) di rectly on the beach & by golf course. Balcony, pool, hot tub & more! South Island. 2 wk. min. Available Sept.Jan. & early March. 513-489-4730

SANIBEL ISLAND • Fabulous! Tortuga Beach Club Resort, Nov. 27Dec. 4, 2009. Access to beaches, lush landscape & sunsets. Luxury 2 BR villa (sleeps 6), 2 BA, all amenities, heated pool, screened porch, golf, biking. DEEP DISCOUNT $1200/wk. Call Art at 513-522-4595

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

BED AND BREAKFAST

BED AND BREAKFAST

MICHIGAN

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

Bed & Breakfast Feature of the Week

The Doolin House Bed & Breakfast

Somerset, Kentucky’s Premiere Inn Located Just Minutes from Lake Cumberland

There is a joke among friends here, “It’s a Phoenix that has risen from the ashes. ”When Charles and Allison Hahn Sobieck purchased the property at 502 North Main Street (in Somerset, Kentucky), there was a lot of work to be done, to say the least. With the vision of a B & B and a home in ruins, there were little choices. The dilapidated structure was removed, then reconstructed as it had been in the 1850’s. It’s a brand new home. A bit of an unusual concept for a bed and breakfast. “We reconstructed the home from scratch. This gave us the benefit of designing every amenity possible along the way, ”said Allison Sobieck, owner. Every room is equipped with many amenities you don’t often find in a traditional bed and breakfast, but rather a fine hotel. Every room has a full sized closet with a pair of micro-fiber robes hanging in them, 400- count Egyptian cotton sheets, cable TV with DVD players, queen sized beds, and a host of other things. For instance, 2 rooms have gas fireplaces and 3 rooms have whirlpool tubs. We even offer many add on amenities such as massage, dinner, flowers, etc…

For more information, Visit the website at: www.doolinhouse.com or call 606-678-9494

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FLORIDA

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 The rooms are only half of the reason to come to The Doolin House. Owners Charles and Allison just happen to both be chefs. Some of the breakfast specialties include Caramel Banana French Toast and Southern Eggs Benedict (2 fried green tomatoes topped with 2 slices of smoked bacon, 2 eggs over easy and Hollandaise). Chuck is usually in charge of breakfast and tries to do new and different things every day. Chef Chuck pointed out, “It’s fun to experiment with breakfast. It’s the one meal that encompasses all foods. It’s perfectly acceptable to see smoked salmon or a pork cutlet at the breakfast table. ”For those in no rush to rise and shine, breakfast in bed is served at no additional charge. When you need a weekend get away that’s not too far from home or you are planning your summer vacation to beautiful Lake Cumberland, remember that The Doolin House Bed and Breakfast is only a phone call away.

INDIANA

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

NORTH CAROLINA EMERALD ISLE. Ocean Front luxury vacation homes with community pool. Call for free brochure. 1-252-354-5555 Spinnaker’s Reach Realty www.SpinnakersReach.com

OHIO

Old Man’s Cave/Hocking Hills FREE Parks-Autumn colors-Flea mkts. www.inntownermotel.com Inn Towner Motel - Logan, Ohio 1-800-254-3371 Room rates $45/up

SOUTH CAROLINA

SIESTA KEY. Gulf front condo. Our complex is just 20 feet to one of the World’s Best Rated Beaches! Bright and airy, nicely appointed. All amenities. Cinci owner, 513-232-4854

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

TENNESSEE

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

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


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Northeast

Ohio

100 Homes,

100 Homes,

Ohio

200 apartments, 225 apartments, furnished unfurnished

Ohio

NORWOOD -1st flr, 1 rm effcy, 1person. clean/quiet private entry. All utils pd. $460+dep. 513-919-0830

apts.-houses 215 to share ROOMMATE WANTED- In newly built home on 5 acres, male or female, n/smkr pref. Pvt BR w/ attach ed bath, gar, shared LR, DR & kitchen, lots of bsmt storage. $750/mo + 1 mo dep. Bethel (Saltair). 513-382-8158

− BREAKING NEWS −

WE ARE SELLING FAST!

100-279

143 SALES SINCE JANUARY 2009

Real Estate for Sale

Real Estate for Rent

TIME IS SHORT!

$8,000

Roommate Wanted lady on social security looking to share home in Brown Co w/ someone of compareable age & financial situation. Call my son, Gary at 512-450-8673

6 Homes Ready to Close by 11/30

ANDERSONlrg home, Very prvt & quiet, Female profes sional seeks same, N/smoker. $125/wk incl utils. 513-231-2931

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Goshen Lakeshore-Free rent. Will finance! ’95, 3BR, 2BA, vinyl/ HYDE PARK- 2 family shingle, great schls, lot in a great neighborhood! rent $299. 513-348-5232

Ohio

FREE LOT RENTAmelia /New Richmond /FelicIty, mobile homes for sale 2br, 3br, 4br 513-5530015

Laurel/New Richmond 3Br, mature trees, new 120 condominiums wndws, Remod kit & Bath, almost an acre. Mtg w/Chase Bank, if CHERRY GROVE. 2 qualify, take over pmts br, 2 ba. Nice decor, $95,000.513-734-0702 covered deck, pool & clubhouse. 1 owner. Convenient location. 513-528-9573 MILFORD Updtd 2fam. in hist. dist. Grt inc. oppt. MILFORD-2BR, 2BA, Live in one, rent the oth- all applis incl W/D, er. Pre qualified only. security, patio, must $149,500. 513-375-6658 sell, $67,900. Very

RYLAND

HGTS . Open Sat, Oct 10, 2-5pm. 7 rm ranch on 2+ acres w/fishing lake & 4 car gar. 9985 Decoursey Pike. 859-816-3149

nice! 513-965-0156

To place your

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4.8 ACRE LOT STONELICK ACRES DEVELOPMENT, Blanchester Schls. partially cleared, water, elec, cable tv, 513-943-9220

Madeira- Retail/Office Space for Lease. Laurel Ave 535 sf & 733 sf, Private en trance ample parking. $$ Terms neg. JMB Realty. 513-984-1778. Cell: 513-368-7777

retail for 177 lease BARBER SHOP or Beauty Salon, Oakley Sq. Isabella Ave. 513-621-6653

BLUE ASH- Free rent, negotiable lease terms, 1120-2346 sqft, prime location in well maint. property. Immed. occup. From $1120/mo. Contact Mark Richter, Everest Group 769-2516/ 608-2810.

Blue Ash, Downtown Free rent, negotiable lease terms, immed. occup. 270-369 sqft.. From $270/mo. Contact Mark Richter, Everest Group 7692516/608-2810.

Loveland/ Maineville2000+ sf, upscale finish, surveillance, street frontage, off st prkng, $1650, 513-678-3254

To place your

WE BUY HOUSES CASH! We take over pay ments. 513-235-2579

513.242.4000 auctions/

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real estate 197 wanted

auctions/

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2BR, w/cpt, balc, lakeview, pool, playgrd From $550. Sec 8 acpt Call 513-520-1437 or 513-619-7922

A M E L I A - 1 BR, whlchair access, Sr apt, very priv, eqpt kit, W/D, carport, lease req. $490 mo + dep.(513) 797-1717 or 513-260-6410

Vendome Courtyard Apts. Two Bedroom Heat-Water Included “Now only $495� Updated and well maintained community offering on-site laundry, balcony,locked buildings and much more ! 4605 Vendome sundancemanagement.com 513-509-4691

Tusculum View/Mt. Lookout View Apartments

Beechmont-

Deposit Special. Lg quiet remod. 2BR, $525. 513-257-3142

BETHEL--1 BR $425, 2 BR $525. Nice, lrg rooms, wooded setting, deck. 673-8276 or 673-7771 BETHEL-2br 2ba deluxe crpt C/A, eqpt incl wash/dryer, 513-4274109 or 984-5333 BETHEL. 2BR on 2nd flr, balc, equipt kitch, security dep, laundry facil, No pets. $490/mo 513-706-6028

EASTGATE

1br, heat, water, sewer, & trash furnished. $375 a month + dep. Call 513-528-6929. EASTGATE 3BR, 2ba, lg yard, FP, air, carpet. NICE. $750 +dep. NO PETS. 513-752-2277

225 apartments, unfurnished special $99 Dep. 1 & 2BR $499; 1 BA, C/A

& ht, w/d hkup xtra, 4 bd 2 ba home pool, pets ok. $261/mo. or $32,900! 513-753-6191 Foreclosure! buy! 5% down, 30 years @ EDEN PARK-1 & 2 8%. For listings 800-559-4109 x R233 BR, hdwd flrs, c/a, LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

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D/W, gated prkng, se cure entry, move-in special! 513-616-3584

Hyde Park Nr

Centennial Woods Apartments Heat & Water Included......Enjoy The Savings! Totally remodeled 2 bedrooms $585-$625 New kitchens, new bathrooms, carpet....the works! Neat-Clean-Well Kept Community. Easy access to downtown, I-71 Kenwood, Hyde Park shopping and entertainment. centennialwoodsapartments.com 5363 Tompkins Ave, 45227

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1 br apartments from $450, 2br apartments from $525! Great location, near dining, entertainment, I-71 and I-75, just minutes from downtown! Great move-in specials! Call today! • (513) 321-2700 www.candmpropertiesllc.com

O akley/Hyde Park Park Oakley/Hyde

Half off move in special! Garden style community. Free heat, water, gas. Accessible deluxe large, clean, quiet, laundry, off st parking/ garage, near UC, XU, shopping & xways. Resident Mgr. 24/7 service. Studio $405 - 1BR $475

Leesburg 272-0700

Oakley Oakley

HALF OFF MOVE IN SPECIAL! Free Heat/Water/Gas Deluxe large 1 Br, new stove/ fridge, big closets, clean, quiet, laundry, off street parking. Near XU, UC, shopping & X-ways. From $475

Foxwood Apts.

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52 yr old caucasion male, single, looking for female roomate to share room, $300/mo, 513-494-0305

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BATAVIA- 2 Br, Nice Decor! Patio, eqpt, crpt, prkg, no pets. From $515mo +dep 513-732-2983

CLIFTON-- Large, high ceiling apt.; Kitchen has large walk-in pantry closets; spacious living room & Bedroom; Washer & Dryer in basement; $600mo Dogs & Pets allowed; Heat & Water included; Call 559-1277 eves & wknds; Roommate Wanted- 489-7200 during bus. days

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Franklin Twp SAWYER’S MILL from the Hamilton Twp WYNSTEAD from the Hamilton Twp HOPEWELL VALLEY from the Lebanon TRAILS OF SHAKER RUNfrom the

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ROOM MATE wanted (house), private brdm & private bath, fem seeking same, patio, lrg yard. n/s. $450+ ½ utils. 513-310-1288

Warren County

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 Š 2009 Maple Street Homes, LLC Resorts/Cottages 290 Room and Board 275 Rooms for Rent 270 117 mobile homes 150 Land for Sale/ 177 retail for lease and lots Residential Senior Living 220 Wanted to Rent 297 LOVELY

5 rm apt. 1.5BA, cent air & heat, WBFP, patios, equipt / updated kit, gar w/opener, lndry, storage. $280,000. 3015 Kinmont. Call Owner, 513-300-9546 / 706-2510

CLIFTON- 1 rm for rent $349/mo or $125/wk obo, free cbl & more, for more 411 call 24/7 513-678-5252

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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 OfďŹ ce Space/Lease 183 OfďŹ ce 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

AMELIA Lrg 2 BR apts, lrg equipt kit, air, quiet, prvt, no outlet, sm pet ok. $550-$570, all util pd except elect. 513-947-8249 GREAT MOVE-IN SPECIALS!

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

EMPLOYMENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING SECTION 225 apartments, 225 apartments, 235 mobile homes 250 houses for for rent unfurnished unfurnished rent

rooms 270 for rent

FELICITY-- 2BR, air, eqpt kit, references & deposit required. 3rd mo FREE. 513-876-2909

EASTGATE Cottage/ Sleeping Rm, pvt, nice, 1BR, 1ba, eqpt kit, fully furnish ed. $100/wk $500/dep. BABYSITTER Wanted 513-752-2277 Small business owner seeking P/T sitter @ KENNEDY HEIGHTS their place of business &ELMWOODin Bethel. Day & eve ning hours. Must have Furnished ref. & experience with Fridge, laundry, young children. Drop kitchen, off resume at 3017 a/c, cable, bus. SR 125, Bethel, Oh. $85, $95, $105/wk

HYDE PARK- spacious 2BR, LL of 2 Fam. 6 mo lease to begin month 2 month there after $700/mo, plus gas & elec. 513-979-8178

INDIAN HILL, Near. Huge 1BR, liv rm 14x24 w/marble WBFP, sep. french doors to din rm, modern equipt kit, lndry hkup, LOTS OF CLOSETS, a/c, off-ST prkng. No dogs, cat okay. 1 yr lease + dep. $550/mo. 513-272-1900

Mariemont-2br twnhs. hist dist, hdwd, eqpt kit, bsmt, W/D hkup, gar, pvt fnc yd. pet ok 513-984-5333

D/W, 1.5 bth, w/d hk-up., fireplace. $585-$610/mo. 513237-3692, 831-5959

NORWOOD 1br $99 move in special 513-351-4033 Dawn management.com

Mason Oh- ELEGANT RANCH HOME -3BR 3FB, DR, Sunroom, Office,2 gas fireplaces, 2Car Garage 513-234-8331

CLERMONT - AME LIA area. Rent/Option MILFORD/MIAMI to Buy. 2BR 2BA NORWOOD TWP. 2 br, 1ba, lg 1br, in 2 family near Brand new bldg! car hardwood flrs, screen garage, No Steps. Pri Xavier. $380+Util. porch, gar, cul de vate Patio. $850/mo + sac. N/S, $900mo. 859-720-8249 dep. 6 miles to I-275. 513-722-0340 513-520-6341

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PLEASANT RIDGE- 1 & 2 Pet ok/ (restric br, heat/water paid, eqpt kit, $495/mo. Call 513-396- tions). 513-752-2888 6909

Mt Washington7 rms, full bsmnt, 1 car PIERCE TWP-Spacious 2 gar, fncd bckyrd, $850, MILFORD; 1BR, crpt, PLEASANT RIDGE- & 3 BR, 1½ BA, wbfp, w/d 513-844-1710 DR, off strt prkg, wtr

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1 BR, equipt, carpet, hkup, starting at $650mo. a/c, storage, gar, Immed occup. 623-6934 New Richmond-1BR, heat/wtr pd, $475 + $550+dep. 3-4BR dep, 513-841-0331 250 houses for house, $800+dep+ut.

Milford / Miami Twp rent 1BR, equipt kit, car- PLEASANT RIDGE-peted, No Pets. $400. 2BR’s, eqpt kit, Cen 4 bd 2 ba home 513-575-2492 tral air, coin lndry, $261/mo. or $32,900! prking, No pets, Sec 8 buy! 5% Milford Vil; Lg 1 BR OK $490. 531-9700 Foreclosure! down, 30 years @ heat pd, quiet bldg, 8%. For listings 800D/W, new decor, 559-4109 x T962 Pleasant Ridge- A wooded view, nr shops. 513-519-8512 Pretty 2br. A/C, Ht! AMELIA-3BR, 2BA, 2MT. AUBURN /Clifton 4br, in 2 family house. Nice/quite/balcony/ free washer/dryer. 423-327-6341

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CARMEL/ Williamsburg . 1-2 br, eqpt kit, new crpt, $400-$500 mo. Ask about discount. 513-724-7084, 513-528-2632

Quiet tree lined st ! Nr I-71/75, conv, shops.Non-smker! 631-6611

SILVERTON. Lg 2 BR in 4 fam. Eqpt kit, hdwd flrs, secured bldg. heat & wtr pd. $575+dep. 513-985-9205

SILVERTON - Nice lrg 1 Br, DR, gar, heat + wtr pd, coin lndry, Pets OK. no sec 8, $475. 859-512-0447 WALNUT HILLS- Lg 4 rm apt. W/D hkup in kit, 1.5 ba, front & back entr., 1st flr. $535. 513-382-2672

MT. WASHINGTON1593 Clio. Very clean 1 BR, eqpt kit, a/c, W/D, prkng, storage, Walnut Hills- Lrg 2 & $395. 513-235-3167 3Br, eqpt kitchen, crpt, MT.

WASHINGTON. Quiet 1 br w/balc. Heat/wtr pd. On busline. $395-$435. No dogs. 513-231-8690

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Medical Coding Training

Last chance to prepare for the 2009 certification exam. Course includes 10 wk instruction course, text & workbooks, 1 yr membership to the AAPC, the certification exam, medical terminology, anatomy overview, ICD-9, CPT & HCPC’s coding. Wed & Sat classes now forming in KY & OH for the October start date. Please contact Lynn Merz 859-341-7483 X12 or email jeanpryor13 @yahoo.com for registration information.

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Full time position available for Registered Nurse. Must have home health experience and knowledge of OASIS documentation a must. Must have current and unrestricted registered nurse licensure and pass background check. Good organiGlendale Place Care zation and communication Center has an skills. Duties will include adimmediate position mission of patients to home available for a FT, health services, and clinical 12-hour shift (days and documentation. Works both nights), Charge Nurse in office and in patient’s (LPN or RN). The ideal homes as required for admis- candidate will have 2-3 sions and supervisory visits years experience of LPNs and home health working in a long term aides. Call Edna Burns, care setting. We offer Angels Home Health Servexcellent wage and ices 513-553-9955 or fax rebenefit package. sume to 513-553-1089. Mail resume to 779 Glendale Milford Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45215, or e-mail glendaleplace @hotmail.com Billing Specialist or fax resume to 513-771-4799 Immediate opening for Billing Specialist & Assistant for holistic practice in Blue Ash. Must be experienced with BWC and knowledge of Dental PBSI huge plus. OrganBUSINESS ized detail-oriented ASSISTANT team player that can multi-task efficiently. Our Liberty Township Benefits, send resume dental practice is seekto terri@isoc.net or fax ing an exp’d F/T Busi to 513-956-3202. ness Assistant. Compensation based on exp! Full benefits package avail including health / life ins., 401K, bonuses & MORE! Reply to: Attn: Rachel at rtudor@ heartlanddentalcare. com

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FELICITY--3BR, equipped kit, yard, porch, $650+dep + references. 513-8762909 Felicity Ohio- River view, new hs, 2br/2ba, on 5 acres, Rt 52, nr Chilo, lawn mowing provided, dep & ref req $785/mo 513-553-4177 LOVELAND- 2 br, c/a, fncd bckyrd, d/w & dis posal, $700/mo + dep, 513-683-1474 LOST & FOUND Ads are FREE!!

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Full-time Animal Care Technician Wanted. Exp. prefered, but will train. Hours 6:00am2:30pm Mon-Friday. Please respond with resume & cover letter to Lindsay.zinser@ va.gov

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LPN’s

Hiring LPNs positions available for day, evening, and night shifts for pediatric and adult patients, full and parttime, in Clermont and Brown Counties. Must have current and unrestricted licensure and pass background check. Call Edna Burns, Angels Home Health Services, Inc. 513-553-9955 or fax resume to 513-553-1089.

Medical Assistant

FT or PT Positions Family practice in West Chester. Exp. required. Fax to: 513-871-6173. Email resume: medicalassistant@ ernstandrabe.com

PHYSICIANS Family practice, internal medicine or geriatric experience. Practice located in Cincinnati. Offers top pay, 9-10 patients per day. No weekends. No hospital rounds. Call (888) 816-1554

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accountingPIERCE TWP--3400 330 ďŹ nancial sf, 3 full BA, 2 car car gar., equipt kit, full gar, newer brick TAX PREPARER bsmt, cul-de-sac road, ranch, no pets, 310-398 preparer $1100. 330-498-0269 $1200. 513-734-1559 Accounting, Financial 330 Experienced needed in N. Cinci. CPA’s office. Flexible hours Child Care Help Wanted 312 including evenings. Stress AMELIA- beautiful 3br WITHAMSVILLE 2ba. Lg equipt kit, big fam free environment. Excel3BR brick, cul de sac Customer Service 353 lent rm, FP, strg, lg yard. pay. Fax or e-mail Credit Check &Refs $90 0. fen.yd, c/a, no smoking, no Engineers, Technical 340 Resume to: 513-469-2051 or pets, $850. 513-519-0388 513-797-4200 taxprep@fuse.net Health & Beauty Services 363 WITHAMSVILLE Amelia Ranch 3br 1ba General Help Wanted 390 350 healthcare Great location newly 1 car gar, on 1/2 acre lot Healthcare 350 remolded, 2br, 1 ba, $850mo + dep Information Systems 335 Brick home w/ gar & 513-753-3698 lv msg. lrg lot, ref $750/mo In-Home Opportunities 310 CAREGIVERS Anderson--3 bd 2 ba 513-753-5376 or Instruction/Schools 394 PT/FT. Private Duty 218-3845 home $247/mo. or FAMILY BRIDGES Job Listing Service 396 $55,000! Foreclosure! that cares about its 345 employees & clients. buy! 5% down, 30 yrs 255 houses-lease/ Management option to buy Manufacturing/Trades 380 We are hiring @ 8%. For listings EXPERIENCED Caregivers. 800-559-4109 x1055 Personnel Services 397 Call (513) 531-5404. Anderson Nr-Exec 391 Anderson - 4 BR, 2.5 home 4000 sf, 13 rms, Position Wanted ba, 2-c gar, unfnshd 4 BR, 3.5 ba, gourmet Professional 355 Bsmnt, w/d, WBFP, kit, fin bsmt $2295. Restaurant/Hospitality 360 To place your cul de sac, $1375 + 513-553-1195 Resume Services 398 dep. 513-231-3945 Retail 365 Bethel- Nearly new in Sales/Marketing 370 ad call country 3BR, 2BA, Administrative 375 $850/mo + dep. 513513.242.4000 Transportation 387 876-3849 or 535-5890 Employment Information 392

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FT LPN’s & RN’s To work in Campbell Co. Jail Medical Unit Excellent Pay! Must have clear background. For interview call 888-231-2888 or apply online at www.southernhealthpartners.com

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New Richmond, LOVELAND BETHEL--3BR, 2 BA 1br, 2nd flr, storage 11787 Lebanon Rd on ½ acre lot, and laundry, clean, no 2300sf home on 2.8 $550/ mo + dep. pets $400/mo Metropolitan welcome acres, new appli, cabi 513-752-7626 nets, & floor in kit, new 513-310-9821 carpet in liv rm & mstr 513-520-1554 bdrm, hdwd flrs in re HEBRON. 4058 Limaburg mainder. 4 BR/2full BA, Rd. 14x70, fully eqpt kit, 2 br, 1 ba. New carpet, hdwd whole house freshly flrs. Very private. $600/mo. painted, wash/ dryer, 859-653-2850. No pets lrg wood deck & patio. NORTHSIDE 3br, 1ba, Shown by appt only. Plse no dogs, $1250 + House, $725. dep. 513-683-6812 SILVERTON - Nice 1 condos for BR apt great location 240 rent Looking for Loveland- 3Br Ranch, Good Tenants 1 acre, hdwd, appl, BATAVIA; 2BR, 1st Call 513-891-6921 Avail 10/15. Ref’s mo free. Eqpt kit, $950mo 513-305-7301

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009 350 healthcare Receptionist Loveland Healthcare Facility is hiring a Part-Time Receptionist. We are looking for a professional, friendly and outgoing individual to add to our care team. Previous experience is preferred. Must be willing to work weekends. We offer great pay, excellent benefits and a generous time off bank. Please apply in person or send your resume to: 501 N. Second St Loveland, OH 45140 Or online to nbreving@hcmg. com

RN Nurse Mgr. GRAND OPENING! FT - (Days) Looking for RN Manager with LTC exp. to work in the newest state of the art short term rehab facility in Cincy. Must possess strong clinical & communication skills. Excellent benefits & competitive salary. Apply online to join our team!

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Bailey & Glasser is seeking a bankruptcy lawyer for its Charleston, West Virginia office with at least five years of experience to support its growing national complex commercial/ bankruptcy litigation, bankruptcy and corporate transactions practices. More information on the firm is available at www.baileyglasser.com Email cover letter & resume to amason @baileyglasser.com CERTIFIED TEACHERS PHOENIX COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTER A community school focused on developing higher order thinking skills in students K-8 is looking for Ohio certified Special Education Teachers. Also,Certified Reading & Mathematic Tutors are needed for our after school program,from 4:306:30 pm. Fax or E-mail your resume to Dr. Glenda Brown at 513-351-5809 or geedm@aol.com or wilsonelaine @cinci.rr.com

Executive Recruiter Opportunity RN 3rd Shift FT Loveland Health Care Center is looking for a caring, dedicated nurse to become part of our team. We offer great pay, excellent benefits, a generous time off bank and more! Please send/fax your resume to nbreving@hcmg.com (513) 683-1936 or call (513) 605-6000

S.T.N.A.

Healthcare Recruiting Pro fessionals with experience recruiting Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and Therapists are encouraged to apply. Industry Leading Compensation Package that includes Base, Commission and Bonuses. Fax Resume to 513.354.6631 or email to info@trustaff.com

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Loveland Healthcare Facility is hiring S.T.N.A.’s to become part of our care team.We offer great pay, excellent benefits and a generous time off bank. Please apply in person or send your resume to: 501 N. Second St Loveland, OH 45140 Or online at www.hcmg.com

Visiting Angels Cincinnati EAST is NOW HIRING! Experienced, caregivers to provide non-medical inhome care to seniors. CNA, STNA or 2 yrs exp required. F/T & P/T flexi ble schedules available. Call (513) 898-1440 or submit resume by email to: murgm @visitingangels.com

353 customer service Chard-Snyder, a third party administrator in Mason, is looking for dependable and friendly people for the following positions.

Claims Processor / Customer Service Reps Flexible (PT/FT) Mornings / Afternoons

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Renaissance Manager

The City of Covington is currently recruiting for a Renaissance Manager to serve as an advocate for downtown revitalization as well as an authority on info., resources, & programs related to such efforts. For a complete job description, as well as to apply, please see our website,

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Resumes are not accepted without a completed on-line app. (deadline to apply: Friday, October 30, 2009 at 4:30pm). EEO

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Cincinnati Early Learning Centers Inc.

3 star Step Up To Quality/NAEYC accredited full day child care centers. EOE We are looking for qualified teachers for the following positions: EOE Westwood 2-6pm Preschool Asst.Teacher Walnut Hills 6:30-10:30am Preschool Asst.Teacher Harrison PT School age Asst. Teacher East Walnut Hills FT Floater Sub- must be enrolled in a CDA or ECE program or have a current CDA Fax resumes to: 513-961-1160

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Spa Consultant As featured in O Magazine. Spa, Skin Care,& Image, PT/FT. Will Train. Call 513-720-0400. 370 sales/ marketing

APPOINTMENT SETTERS

$10 TO $12Per Hour We’re seeking bright, enthusiastic people to tell others about our terrific service and help bring people together. Western Hills Area accounting firm offers: µ Flexible day hours; full and part time µ Professional environment µ Base salary plus commission µ Training and support For an interview, call Ed at 1-800-994-4276 between 9AM and 5PM EST, M-Th.

CAREER CHANGE Tired of selling products loaded with competition? Prefer to sell something every single business owner must have? We’ll train you how to successfully sell monthly bookkeeping and accounting services to small businesses. No accounting experi ence necessary . Western Hills area accounting firm will provide: µ Excellent base salary, commission, and ongoing residuals; µ Opportunity to earn $62K your first year and $85K second year; µ One week paid classroom / field training; µ Telemarketing from our appointment setting staff µ Web Marketing leads for additional appointments. For an interview call Ed at 1-800-994-4276 Between 9AM and 5PM EST, M-Th www.newclientsinc.com/html/ careeropportunities.html

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Body shop / Est. exp req’d. 30-35k to start. Strictly commission. Adjuster skills preferred. PC skill req’d. Send resume to Ace Claims Service 629 Old SR 74, Ste 102, Cinti. OH 45244 or fax 513-688-1509

800-669-6765 100% O/O COMPANY

SALES PROFESSIONAL Seeking sales rep experienced in convenience store/tobacco industry to develop new business in Greater Cin, Northern KY area. Competitive salary, car allowance, benefits. Resume to SUPR, PO Box 37289, Cini, OH 45222.

Sales Representative

needed for professional agency. Candidate should be experienced at selling and servicing multiple line parts and accessories to traditional automotive aftermarket accounts. Some travel; territory to include southwest Ohio. Must be Ohio resident. Salary based on experience. Expenses, bonus and benefits included. Please send resume to: salesbox2009@aol.com

375 administrative Admin Assist Hyde Park Insurance. Energetic. Will train. College helpful. Benefits. Send resume to jbolan@altru.com EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

The Kenton County Airport Board has a new Executive Assistant position open to support the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). Applicants must have advanced vocational training or equivalent with five or more years of related experience. Visit www.cvgairport.com for more details. The Kenton County Airport Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/D/V

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ADT SALES AGENTS

DEFENDER Direct, the largest ADT dealer in the nation is looking for highly motivated and challenging individuals to bring their talents to our ADT sales floor in our state-of-the-art Call Center located in Cincinnati. In just ten years, DEFENDER Direct, Inc. has grown to over $150 million in revenues and a member of the Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Companies. DEFENDER Direct is an authorized dealer for such prestigious brands as ADT, GE and DISH Network. DEFENDER Direct offers a full benefits pack age, 401(k) with company match, and many employee incentives. Candidates with a 4-year degree or 5-7 years sales experience and a proven track record preferred. Interested candidates can apply at www.defenderdirect.com

Driver Trainees

Needed Now! Learn to drive for Werner Enterprises! $700 per Week! Great Benefits! No experience needed CDL & Job ready ASAP! Good driving record & Clean MVR to qualify. 1-888-528-8861

Mechanic P/T for busy automotive & truck repair shop. 5 yrs exp. ASE cert. a plus. Must have complete set of tools Call 513-242-0999 or fax resume: 242-7422.

CUSTODIAN This is a full-time 1st shift, 40 hrs a wk, and you would be responsible for maintaining and preserving all flooring and / or covering by scrubbing, stripping, waxing, buffing and sweeping. You would also be responsible for general office cleaning duties, which include, collecting and empting trash, sweeping, cleaning, sanitizing restrooms, dusting and moping. Must be able to lift 30 - 50 lbs. of trash. Ed. Requirements H. S. diploma or equivalent. Previous exp. as a custodian is preferred. Valid D.L. with an acceptable driving record is required. CJCC 1409 Western Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45214 (513) 651-2004 FAX Email: Lawrence.kathy.a@ jobcorps.org Website: www.mtctrains.com MFDV EEO Display Set Up / Deliv ery Driver to $875/wk+ benefits! Training. Set up displays for in stores for over the counter meds & hygiene products. Provide customer service! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee Door Assembly / Woodworking to $600/wk + benefits. Will train! All phases of door production, sanding, staining, painting & knob/window installation! 5130489-9675 Job Line Fee

Food Non CDL Production Worker Delivery Driver (Commercial Production to $18/hr + benefits. Plant) to $16/hr + benefits! Deliver safety equipment / Weigh and package “presupplies to local business- made” meals before final es using company box freezing stage. Training. truck. Training! 513-489-9675 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee Job Line Fee Transportation Rep to $45K/yr + benefits. Monitor freight/cargo being transported nationally. Communicate between drivers & manufacturers. Training! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Welder / Builder or Military Vehicles, Luxury Cars, Aircraft and Boat Engines! To $25/hr & up! All shifts + shift bonuses, quarterly profit sharing and full benefits! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

This is an exceptional opportunity at a local auto dealership for an experienced Service Manager with a proven track record. Responsibilities include maintaining & growing customer base, sustaining high level of customer satisfaction, supervising 10 employees, managing department to achieve a high level of proficiency and profitabili ty, & maintaining expense controls. We offer an excellent salary & compensa tion package. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply in strict confidence online at : careerbuilder.com Search ID: Service456. EOE Stocker / Dockworker to $17/hr + med, dental 401K & vacation! Pick/pull orders, stock, load trucks & basic shift clean up! ASAP! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Appearance Plus Cleaners Has PART-TIME production positions available for QUALITY minded people. We are willing to train & offer opportunities for advancement. Competitive pay. Call Lori 513-386-6168

INSTALLERS Needed Immediately. Christmas lights. Great seasonal opportunity. Fun and interesting work. Lots of hours, above average pay. Part-time available. Christmas Lighting Co. 513-247-9510 or apply at: 11541 Goldcoast Dr. Blue Ash area.

Mail/Package & Document Delivery for Banks/Financial nstitutions to $600/wk PT & FT Routes open). ocal pick ups/deliveries. ASAP! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE

East Fork Crossing has a position available for a dependable person who will be responsible for daily maintenance and upkeep of property grounds, facilities and equipment with general knowledge of maintenance and minor repair work (plumbing, painting, carpentry). Pool maintenance experience is a plus. Experience snow plowing is necessary. Valid driver’s license and good driving record required. We offer competitive pay and medical benefits. Apply in person at: East Fork Crossing 352 East Meadow Dr., Batavia, OH or email resume to jmorford@suncommunities.com or fax resume to 513-724-5597 EOE

Floor Care Technician Experienced floor care tech for fulltime 3rd shift position. We want to have the cleanest tile and carpet in town for our customers! Great environment, team and benefits. But please--we only hire the best. Housekeeper/Laundry Fulltime experienced housekeeper and laundry aide for the cleanest facility in Cincinnati. If you can meet our high standards and have the spirit to serve our customers please apply. But remember, we only hire the best. Apply in person at Meadowbrook Care Center 8211 Weller Road Montgomery or online at www.meadowbrookcare.org

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BRICK OR STONE New projects or repair 468 pet service of chimneys, patios, walkways, walls, etc. MARY KAY’S Also wood fired out door fireplaces & piz - Pet Sitting Service. 513-591-6113 za ovens. Excellent refs. 513-319-2538

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HOUSECLEANING: Whole House Cleaning, reasonable & dependable. Refs 722-2538

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General Housecleaning Fully insured, reasonable rates, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly. Free Estimates. Refs. 513-722-4477

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Looking for part time A.B.C. NEED A LOAN? work, retired, LAWN SERVICE Yes, you got it! Get up AM hours, Mowing & Lawn Care to $10 Million biz loan, Tues-Thurs, dependa 513-353-4410 up to $200,000 per ble 513-575-4542 sonal loan, minimum painting/ $20,000, starting from Roof Repair, Drywall 467 decor/paper 4.9% APR offer, Repair, Painting, don’t wait, get your Landscaping. RB CUSTOM Painting loan now! Bad credit 859-291-5154 welcome, Int. & ext., Residential you can apply at & Commercial. Prompt www.imfcure.com or 406 alterations/ & reliable, guaranteed call 1-888-378-8264 sewing work, also Int. painting & cleaning services CUSTOM MADE avail for apt rentals, 555 miscellaneous notices condos & more. BusiDRAPERIES Your fabric or mine. ness owner on all projQuality & fast service. ects. Free Estimates HISTORIC MILFORD HOMES TOUR 513-625-0166 Unbeatable prices. Sun Oct 18, 1-5 Satisfaction guaranteed. Free ests. Re$cue Painting & Tickets. Call 513-248-0324 Call (513) 759-0667 Home Repair

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Security Worker (ALL shifts open) to $17/hr. Detect suspicious activities and watch for criminal acts, report all incidents or medical emergencies. Training! Full benefits! 513-489-9675 Job Line Fee

Horse farm in Northern Clermont County looking for someone with knowledge of Thoroughbred Care, purchasing, and office experience required. Please send resume to P.O. Box 31, Goshen, Ohio 45122 or fax resume to (513) 625-0214 .

Front Desk Clerk / Pediatric Center to $15/hr + great benefits! Daytime hrs! Answer phones, pull files/ charts, Assembly / Tool Builder make appointment remind- for luxury auto and aircraft er calls. Training! manufacturers. Industrial NOW HIRING! 513-489-9675 exp helpful but not Assembly Workers Job Line Fee required. To 18.75/hr + 1st & 2nd Shifts benefits and quarterly Apply bonus structure! Mon – Fri 9am-3pm 513-489-9675 EMPLOYMENT PLUS Job Line Fee 8107 Connector Drive Mason pet hospital, FT, Florence, KY 41042 includes some eve. & EOE Building Sat. hrs. Fax resume to Maintenance 513-398-8942 or email, (Military Contractor) to masonfamilypet $28.50/hr + benefits & penhospital@gmail.com sion! Industrial Building No phone calls please. Maintenance/ Trainee, will assist supervisor. Picker/Packer/Receiver 513-489-9675 to $19/hr + benefits! Lg Job Line Fee 380 manufacturing/ Medical Supply Co. Pick trades and package drug testing kits and other medical supCollege / University plies for shipment to AUTO DETAILER labs/hospitals! Clean Up Worker 513-489-9675 to $500/wk +benefits & Experience Job Line Fee on the job training. references, Basic cleaning tools required. & trash removal! LOST & FOUND 513-489-9675 Ads are FREE!! VanDemark’s Job Line Fee 513.242.4000

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370 sales/ marketing

435 day care services

MAINEVILLE Exp. Mom offering childcare in my home, days M-F. 513-697-0022 Florence / Union BABYSITTER Avail 9639 Sumter Ridge 18 yrs exp, N/S, FT/PT openings. 859-2404078/384-0709

LOST- Cat, "Yackey", M, neut, long hair, mostly blck w/wht chin, chest , belly, paws & stripe btwn eyes.9/28. Aylesboro, E Hyde Park. 513-871-1359 513-375-0297 or LOVELAND - 6002 sf, 513-288-6110 free standing bldg corner of Loveland LOST SIMON CAT! Madeira Rd. LOOKOUT/AULT RETAIL/OFFICE PARK/HP $7/sf Light grey (Russian 513-604-1414 blue), neutered male w/green eyes. May still PLASTER or have his blue collar DRYWALL Finishing or Repair with bells. Has microchip id. Missing SunFree est! day, August 23rd from 513-625-7782 Tannehill Lane/ Principio St. area. 476 remodeling $250 REWARD! Torey 513.293.6422

HANDYMAN No job too big or 561 found small incl. electrical. Call Bob & compare. FOUND BABY MOON 513-248-2130

HUB CAP, off truck 9/28 on SR 28, Milford. 513-703-1098

roofing/ 478 gutters

ROOFING ∂ All types. 565 cemetery lots REPAIR SPECIALIST. Also gutters cleaned & GRACELAND repaired. 513-752-9546 Mausoleum; Head to Head, Value $5000 business 510 opportunitie ask. $4800obo. SIDE / SIDE Value $1990. ask. $1750obo 513-722-3501

Unique Nanny Services working late, sick child or snow day, call Nanny Service for special rates. For refs, call 513-313-8425

Earn The Income YOU Deserve. Start a MiniOffice Outlet from home. Free online training, flex hrs www. PlaceOfFreedom.com

EXPERIENCED NANNY Seeking PT work in your home, flexible hours. East side. 513-233-8143

ATTN: Green Entrepreneurs! Operate a green Mini-Offfice Outlet from home. Free training & evaluation. www.123gri.com

GRACELAND Memorial Gardens - 2 plots available, side by side. Retail $1500ea, Will sell $1500 both obo. 513-688-1688

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Childcare in my Maineville home. Mon- Check Cashing Stores Fri, lots of TLC and (2) Cincy area. learning activities , 11 Profitable, yrs exp. Ref avail. Long Established. MUSIC with Miranda 513-774-0482 $25K- each. Piano / Voice Lessons 859-331-2046 $15-$20 per lesson. CHILD CARE- Mason/ 513-284-8744 Landen. Fncd yrd, SALON FOR SALEmusicwithmiranda. playrm, much more. up and running, music teachers Exp’d, CPR & 1st aid awesome opportunity, helper.com cert, 513-295-1270 $6500, 513-834-5521 Fun childcare, full or pt in my McAlpin Ave, Erlanger home, free one day trial! N/S, exc refs, 859-342-6042

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PIANO LESSONS in my Loveland Home. WILL CARE FOR All ages, all levels. ELDERLY. Prompt & Annette Wood reliable. Christian lady 513-683-3428 will give lots of TLC. Can provide light housekeeping, cook- 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous notices notices ing & more. Call 513625-0166 Charlene Mature woman Eastern part of town, home health care, Sun nites, poss some days, Ref’s 513-621-1384 wkdays HOME Health Aide, wanting to help you w/ your loved one, 30 yrs exp, + refs, 24/7 513-702-0643

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CONCEALED CARRY REFRIGERATOR-CLASSES. Side/side, glass top 1 Day - 12hr class stove, microwave, all NRA Cert. Instructor- almond, all good cond. 513-505-3431 $300. 513-248-1916

WASHER & DRYER 585 greetings/ announcements Dryer (elctr)only a FOR SALE 4 BENGAL TICKSTS in luxurious, private suite. On 30 yd line. Food & beverage included. Avail. For Sun. 9/27 vs. Pitts. gates open at 2:45 for 4:15 kickoff. Also avail. Houston 10/18/09; Chicago 10/25/09; Baltimore 11/8/09. $500 ea. Call 513455-8200. Ask for Jan. THANK

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DJ Service

few yrs old, runs & looks grt. $250. Will split. 513-546-1324

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CRAFT SUPPLY SALE Rubberstamps- new & used; Scrapbook supplies; Kits; Papers; embellishments; Sizzix w/ dies; Zip-E Mate, Paper cutters; Craft books; Lots of Stampin’ Up Sets. Oct 20, 5-7:30pm. Hilltop Rental 2141 Ohio Pike Amelia

For your special event. Crafters WANTED 29yrs exp. for Christmas Bazaar 513-732-1664 @ Milford 1st United Meth Church. Sat. Nov 14th. 513-831-5500

595 tickets

"RAIN", 2 tickets. Oct 14, 2009. $50 ea. 513-683-9008

601 absolutely free FREE KITTEN10 wks old, grey & wht, 513-752-9998

605 antiques OHIO VALLEY ANTIQUES MALL

Open Daily 9am -9pm 513-874-7855

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A-1 Firewood Seasoned Locust, Cherry, Ash & Oak. $80 a 1/2 cord. 513-616-1714 or 513-732-0546

A-1 BEDS - New Mattresses Factory Overstocks. Twin $99 - Full $149 - Queen $175 - King $299 Can Deliver 513-720-5113 FIREWOOD. Seasoned & mixed hardAbsolutely New Full woods. Split & clean Size Mattress/Box Free delivery, stacking Pillowtop. $125. 513-874-9900 available. $175/cord. 513-831-5720 BEDRM SET solid wood dresser w/mirror, chest, side Hand Split seasoned table & hdbd $160; Firewood, $175/cord Computer desk Free Delivery w/hutch, accessory Call 513-709-0232 cart & chr, off white, Sauder $100; 513-561-0483 FIREWOOD

Full cord $165, ½ cord $85. Priced for BEDROOM Furniture todays economy. matching solid oak desk, chest, bookcas513-376-1187

es w/light, stackable; SEASONED FIRE- chair; ex. con. $425 WOOD ALL SPLIT 513.474.4441 FREE DELIVERY FREE STACKING. COUNTRYSIDE 513-344-8308 FURNITURE Rustic cedar & pine. SEASONED Hardwds Visit our store! All split, free delivery 937-544-8019 and stacking, Dry. No Junk, 513-738-0835 DINING Rm 6 pcs exc Firewood Delivered condtn see pic at http://cincinnati.craigsli Choice of: st.org/fuo/1362431979 hard, soft or mix, .html $1200 513-325-9351 5133157093

BOOSTER SEATS, DOUBLE STROLLER, BOYS BIKES, LITTLE FIRE wood split seas- L.L.BEAN Furniture: 2 oned delivered 513TIKES WAGONS Presidential Rockers, BARBIE & HUMMER 485-5219 shelves, large farmJEEPS, 513-703-6304 house table, rush food items/ benches, under648 produce collector’s window shelves, TV 632 items stand/cabinet. Solid wood. Located in Madeira. $100+ 513/307ESTATE SALE. 7 old European etchings. 75 yrs +. PUMPKINS 2162 $5500. 513-281-2500 or 2815555.

Streetcar Bench Seats- original from 1951, vinyl 5’ long, 1 or 2 $250 ea. 513-321-4299

635 computers

by the load. Wholesale by the ton. Call for pricing. 513-932-1869

MATTRESS Sets Used $100 & up. New, twin, full, queen, & king, all major brands, factory close-outs, & flr displays, save over ½ (can deliver), 8770 Reading Rd, Reading, OH. 513-761-2895

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PATIO-Floyd Landers FRIENZY AT couch, end & coffee HIDDEN VALLEY tbls, 2 chrs, ottoman OCT 10TH & 11 $800. 513-271-4717

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Excellent quality. 25+ colors $15/each set. Call 859-342-8741

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1 BEST APPLIANCE $125up. Wash, Dry, Stv, Frig. Warr. dlv shwrm 859-727-3030, 513-508-0006 BEST APPLIANCE $99 & up. Showroom SALES & REPAIRS Wash-Dry-Stov-Frig 513-508-0006 859-727-3030 Warranty - Delivery

firewood/ 647 fuel/coal A GOOD DEAL! Firewood 3/4 cord 2007 Prices! dlv’d & stckd if can be backed up to. Seasoned $95. 752-4760 (Hamilton & Clermont)

652 health aides STAIRLIFT Used, like new seat swivels & folds, folding footrest. installed with warr. $1600. 513-544-6368

Wellness products, chemical free, non toxic, home & prsnl guarantee, buy at great priFIREWOODseasoned hardwood, ces! 513-553-4318

$125/cord, or $75 1/2 cord 513-321-2458 655 home furnishings

PRIME SPLIT FIRE WOOD Free Delivery, Free Stacking. 513266-2030

100% New Mattrress Queen Pillowtop. $150 Call 513-309-2394

clocks, Oct 10 9a-3p, 700 Rosemont Ave, call w/ questions, 513-662-0569

Nrly flawless 1.2 carat rnd solitaire diamond ring in 14K 6 prong setting. Appr at $5200, asking $3200. obo. Call 641-4551

lawn and 662 garden COBBLESTONES GRANITE. 5x5x10’’. $2.50/ea. You lift. Nursery containers, 4’’ pots/10 gallon + squats. Rare nursery stock, Rhodos, Azaleas, Jap Pines, Dawn Redwoods. Much More. 513-752-5166 RIDING MOWER 18hp, 46" cut w /vac wagon, Asking $600/obo. 513-831-7605 YARDMAN 3 - W a y Yard Vac. Vacume, Chipper, Mulcher, Includes Hose, Like New $600.00 513-699-5514

machinery 664 and tools CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Sale www.usedquality equipment.com FLOOD PUMPER By Dri-Eaz/U.S.Product, Mfgr Rep Demo Never Used 1st $1058 CASH 513-777-3843

HARP-- 36 string Aberdeen Meadows. Like new. Includes Accessories. $3800. 513272-0915 PIANO--Baby Grand w/bench, recently tuned, beaut tone, perfect cond. $4000. 513-423-7887

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No-Kill Shelter. 513-735-2299 ! www.lfaw.org

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

PUPPY Pup - ADOPT A /KITTEN. Open 7 Days/ wk, 8a-7p Accept ing litters. Low cost spay & neuter. Sycamore Animal 50 Different Breeds! Hosp. 513-683-2300; 100 Different Pets! Hamilton Ave. 513Jungle Jim’s 825-4011. BBB MemShopping Plaza ber 5470 Dixie Hwy. Fairfield 513.829.6060

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AMERICAN Bulldogs ABA REG. 1F. 3M. WORMED. MOP. 8WKS OLD. GREAT FAMILY DOGS. HANDLED DAILY $300 859-468-7640

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INSTANT CASH PAID For Baseball cards, coins, gold, silver, paper money, antiques, old toys, watches, comics, Nascar, Case XX, military, trains, autographs, entire estates, lots of others! We pick up. 513-295-5634.

1 Buyer of WWI & WWII -- US German & Japanese Paying top dollar for any war relics, weapons, helmets, uniforms, medals anything military. 513-309-1347. Local firefighter & collector

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WWII RELICS US, German, Japanese. Sell your military items to a veteran/ collector. Top $ paid. 859-630-8085 I BUY OLD STEREO Equipment & Guitar Amps, Records & Ham Radios, 1950’s90’s. 513-477-4191

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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, Silverware & jewelry. YAMAHA Grand Piano Estate & Collectibles. $8,000. Upright Piano, Top $$. 513-793-3339 SOFA- Loveseat & Re- Vose & Sons $1000. CASH for RECORDS cliner, new $499. (4) Vau Well taken care of 45s & albums. Bass BR sets, at cost. .513-519-7797 I can come to you! Mattress sets/memory 513-752-2718 foam latex/ visco, price 673 recreation below anyone/ anyflea where. 513-383-2785 690 markets HOT TUB-’09. 6 person, w/lounger, waterfall, MINI lighting, warr, can delivFLEA MARKET er. $2899, 383-3165. South on 75, RAINBOW Play Set - Richwood exit turn left to US 25, right on Four swings, Club 11564 US 25, house, Slide, Monkey Sat 9a-5p Sun 10a-4p bars, Rope ladder, Sell it quicker Rings $475. by selling it To place your 513-231-7553

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TELESCOPE-14.5" All Dogs - $95.00 Dobsonian .1/23 Adoption Fee Incl: Shots & wave optics. 50mm Spay/Neuter, Microchipping. finder. like new. Best The League For offer. 513-553-4314 Animal Welfare is a

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BOSCH stainless d/w, Subzero refrig, micro oven. Bosch stainless d/w ($200), Subzero refrig ($350), Delta faucet ($100) & GE microwave ($50) great condition! 513484-1581

KITCHEN-ALL cabinets/appliances black appliances, excellent condition. GE 24" dishwasher, GE elec.oven/microwave, Kitchenaid 22MT re frig e ra to r,b o tto m f r e e z e r w/icemaker+glass shelves,stainless dbl 33"sink. Almond cabinets, wood trim $650/obo 513-9237553

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! ! ! ! ! ! ! Diamond Engagement Aurora 32 in air tight Adopt a Dog, Puppy Ring- 1.89 ct, emerald wood burning fire Cat or Kitten place insert, w/ cut, D VS2 GIA Cert w/ All sizes, shapes, blower, $250, 1.09 ct tw trillium colors, breed mixes; All need forever 513-752-4867 sidestones. $10,500. homes! Adoption Fees 513-755-6163 All Cats - $75.00

Noon-5pm LaptopWorld.com PIANO- Baldwin upStop by the Farm for a BACK TO SCHOOL great price on pump- SALE- great furniture right, cherry, 10 yrs & prices! bedroom www.ohiovalley CLEARANCE SALE kins. 6 mi. North of sets, 1 dbl & 2 singles, old, recently tuned, antiques.com Laptops Starting Lebanon on Rt 48. dressers, end tbls, lrg $750. 513-271-4717 Dealers Wanted @ $299 cdr chest, 2 dr, wht 513-932-1869 We do Virus wash cameo cab w/ PIANO Lauter - Baby Removal, Repairs, good ANTIQUE MALL glass shelves, ant rec Grand,Very Upgrades & Sell at Riverside Centre case, 3 pc maple din cond, black, $750. Accessories. 3742 Kellogg Ave rm set w/ 6 chrs, kit di - Dan 513-617-9911 We Pay Cash for 650 games "The Old Ferguson’s" nette & maple w/ 6 and toys Laptops & Electronics Wed thru Sunday chrs, misc glassware SAXOPHONE, Tenor. 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Located in Tri-County & items, also cookoo Jupiter, w/case. Good for 513-772-5640 Corn Hole Bags school band. Just tuned. 513-321-3181 Personal Shopper Available

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BOXER AKC REG. BOXER PUPPIES, 5 MALE 3 FEMALE, 1ST SHOTS, DEW CLAW REMOVED, T A I L S DOCKED,BORN 8-2309, WILL BE READY Beagle- fml, 3 yrs old, FOR NEW HOMES all shots, shot records, ON OCT 11TH. runs rabbits or for pet, TAKING DEPOSITS NOW!!! 750.00 $25, 859-635-4149 8594280330 BEAGLE PUPS. AKC, champ bloodline. Parents BOXER Pups-- CKC, exc hunters. 3 males $100 chp. bldln, DOB 8/6/09 ea, 2 fem $150ea.. 1st shot, flashy, fawn M&F tails wormed. 513-315-1026 & dewclaws done, 1st shots, wrmd, $300. 513-600-0915 BEAGLES- AKC, 9 wk pup $200;. 6 mos F $150 ;17 mos $150. BOXERS - AKC, Wormed, shots . All 7 wks old, males & fe kinds of field chammales, shots, wormed, pion in their bldlines. POP, $250-$300 513-351-1673 or 937-544-7040 901-831-6801 Australian Shepherds 5 M, 1F .w/papers, 4 merle, 1 red, 1 blck Ready 9/29. Priced to sell! Must see! 513-899-3311 or 513-617-1198

Northeast 705 dogs CHIHUAHUA AKC, female pups. Vet ck, champion lines. 513-831-9292 debschihuahuas.com CHIHUAHUA PUPS2 males, 6 mos old, POP, no papers, $150 cash, 513-876-7507 CHIHUAHUASCKC, Must sell. Male & female adults. $200-$250. Males, 5 mos, $150. Babies 7wks& 8.5wks. $300$350. shots, vet chk’d. 513-932-7758 850-4839 CHIHUAHUA’S long & short hair. M&FM. Owner in poor health. Must sell.Good homes only. $200.00 513 583-9557

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AMELIA - Moving sale ANDERSON. 10/9-10, Sat 10/10 8-2, 550 8-1 8070 Wycliffe. Chapel Rd. Furn, kids Crib/matt, lawnmower, clothing, lots of misc. boys & girls clothes, jeans & basketball pants sz 10-16, chan AMELIA- Oct 10, delier, Christmas tree. 9a-3p, Villas at 513-561-1585 Waterford Glen, Ohio Pk, next to Dairy Queen, Multi Family, ANDERSON hshld items & misc, CHECK OUT THE ESTATE SALE ARTS & 8488 Linderwood CRAFT SHOW (Summit Estates) AMELIA-Thurs-Sat 9?. Waterford Estates, Huge Sale. HomeWood Ct off Amelia Olive Br. Kids clothes, housewares, antiques, refrigerator AMELIA/WITHAMSVILLE- 10/9 9-4, 10/10 9-2. Huge sale, new families this week. 886 Castlebay Dr. 1000’s of items new & used, Halloween costumes & decor, clothing, purses (some Coach), shoes, nick nacks, books, much more! ANDERSON - HUGE S A L E ! Seasonal gifts, & household. Fri. 10/9. Sat. 10/10. 8am-1pm. 2655 Montchateau Dr.

ANDERSON -Multi fam 10/9 & 10/10, 9-5, 8277 Bonanza, 2 blocks off Eight Mile. Follow signs. 100+ framed pictures, 2 lrg aquariums w/new fil ters, books, golf balls, clothes, crib, high chair, playpen, stroller, lots of misc. Rain dates 10/16 & 10/17

Anderson- Multi Fam 10/9 9-4; 10/10 9-2 2711 Royalwoods Ct . crnr of Lawyer, follow yellow signs. Hshld, furn, Mens. wmns, kids clothing, tools, jewelry, exer eqpt, bedding, baby items, books, seasonal de cor, wtr softener, wed ding decor, new boxed items, bike, golf clubs, Tons of misc, Too much to List!.

Sat & Sun 9-5 Numbers @ 8 Garage Opens @ 8:30 50 yrs in one home. Civil War picture, watercolors, lots of misc antiques & collectibles, furni ture, cedar chest, rough furniture, glassware & smaller items of all sorts, liv ing room & dining room set, lots of misc tools, nuts, bolts, ladders, clari nets, books, old trunk, pictures, G. W. T. W. lamp, comput er desk, old frames, plus large amount of misc items. Too much to list. All priced to sell. Dir: 8 Mile Rd to Northport to Hilltree, to sale. For more info: hsestatesales.com or call 859-468-9468

ANDERSON TWP. Fri 9-2. New items! Refrig, Victrola, antq uphol chair, porcelain dolls, ice cream chrs, hshld items & holiday decor. 6924 Moorfield (in Sherwood Subd).

ANDERSON Yard/Attic Sale. Rain or shine. Porcelain dolls, sm. Carousel Horses, artwork, glassware, home decor, Play school slide & playhouse w/2 slides, prom dresses, brass items, leather items, Kennedy toolbox, etc. Sat 10/10, 8-2p. 7030 Beechmont Ave

ENGLI SH Springer Spaniels. AKC, M/F, blk/liver, rare tri clrd, Rdy Mid Oct, qual breederNOT A PUPPY MILL $450$650. 513-616-9593 to reserve

705 dogs German Shepherd Imports adults & puppies $1500 & up www. vombuflod.com 937-477-7735 German Shepherd Pups- AKC, wht, must see, M & F, gd deposition, POP, 513-5219122 or 616-9957

GOLDEN Doodles and AKC Standard Poodles I have 2 litters of puppies available 1 litter of Golden Doodles, they are all Black. The other litter is AKC Standard Poodles. Both litters are 6 weeks old and utd on shots. They are ready to meet their new familys. dont miss out on these beautiful puppies they are great for children and will not shed. call for more information at 5137 0 2 -1 7 7 6 /5 1 3 -7 0 2 8012 500-600 513702-1776 GOLDEN RETRIEVR S AKC, light golden 9wks parents on premises , Hillsboro $400 937-393-3118

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MASTIFF AKC Eng- Pomeranian Pup. Male, lish Mastiff puppies. champ line, blonde color. Shots, wormed. $250. Champion bloodlines, 513-625-2329 first shots and wormings. Raised in house with children POMERANIAN- Pup and other pets. 4 pies, small, cute black JACK RUSSELL Pups- Great w/kids, males and 1 female fur balls, reg, shots, Fawns and wormed. $275. smooth coat, short legs, left. Full AKC Blanchester. NKC, POP $100-$150. Apricots. registration. 800.00 937-725-9641 513-625-1312 513-947-9232 Pom-Poos- Fluffy LAB-AKC pups, Eng Minature Pinscher adorable small design lish type, all choc, exc Pups. Both parents ers for a great price! bldlines, 5 M, 1 F, AKC reg. Tails $199-$225. shots, OFA, dewclaws re wrmd. 937-386-0003 moved, 1st shot, $500. docked, dew clawed current on all shots. 513-515-3632, 4 mos. 2 red F. $175. PUGGLE 13 wks pup, 513-677-5452 513-821-7833 fawn F, shots & wormed, vet chkd, lab pups AKC- charchipped, socialized MINI coal, beautiful, 10wks $150. 513-967-6935 old, dews, 1st shots, TOY SCHNAUZER $325. 5wks, 2M, 1asking $250, white, 1salt/pepper, Puggle & Pek-A Pug 513-505-0034 nonshedding. Mom Designer breed, 2 9lbs. 513-335-3554 males, 12 wks., com LABRADOODLE- plete shots, $200. Pups, F1b, M & F, 6 513-317-2253 MORKIESm & f, wks, blonde, black, shots, wormed, blk & shots/wormed, POP, PUG- Puppies, AKC, $800. 513-260-7490 gorgeous, male $350, brindle & blk, 8 wks, female $400, 1st shots & wormed, 513-625-2329 $375 cash. Ready to OLDE english bull go! 513-317-2253 DOG fully registered bulldogges all vac- PUGS--2 black, 3 LEAGUE FOR ANIMAL WELFARE cines up to date mom FAWN, 10 wks old. on premises great beautiful, CH bldline, WINE TASTING family pet very active best breed ever! $450. EVENT Red Dog Pet Resort, ready for good home 513-807-9598 5081 Madison Rd., 1200-1800 513 324Sat 10/10, 7pm. $40 6194 per person. For more PUPPIES & info and to register go SUPPLIES to www.lfaw.org

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Anderson-Multi Family Sat 10/10 9a-2p. baby & kids items, step 2 swing set, bowflex, bikes, furn, home decor, electr, more Kingsway Court.

Blue Ash - 10/10-11. Eastgate- Huge Multi FLORENCE-Fall Her8am-4pm. 9326 Hunt- Family- lots of bldg itage Academy Com ers Creek off Hunt materials, hshld items, munity Yard Sale, 7216 US 42, 10/9 & Rd. Evythng Must Go games, some furn,

ANDERSONOct 9, 9a-2p, 8016 Blackthorn Dr, tools, tbls, benches, misc, plants, toys, & stools!

ANDERSON TWP 10/9 & 10/10 9-1, 771 Pickwick Dr. Forest Hills Youth Tiger Foot ball Team. Huge multifam garage & bake sale. Everything from A-Z. All proceeds help cover costs to the na tional championships. BATAVIA 10/9-10/11 Fri-Sun 9-3 4619 Stablehand Dr. Lots of baby/kids stuff-toys, crib, changing tables, clothes (boy/girl), bedding, & much more! Rain/Shine BATAVIA- Multi fam sale, great prices, lots of furn, kids/adult clothes, household misc. Sat 10/10 9-2, 4593 Carnoustie Dr.

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Priced to Sell- Some - 10/10, 8-2. Used com thing for Everyone. puters, hsehold items, Blue Ash- 10/10 9-3 clothes, toys, some bikes, childs BR furn, Fri 10/9, Sat 10/10, Sun 10/11 9a-? thing for everyone! desk,hshld, sew mach, 4303 Glen Este Rain or shine. 9480 Tramwood Court Withamsville Rd BLUE ASH2 Family Sale 9712 Ridgeway Ave, off Cooper Rd. Sat 10/10 9-3. furn, hshld, clothing, More! CHERRY GROVE10/10, 9a-3p, 568 Marilyn Ln, hshld, home & holiday decor, lots of misc! Follow signs from Beechmont Ave & Hopper Hill CHERRY GROVE Fri 10/9 & Sat 10/10 9a-? 3929 Nine Mile Rd. Baby stuff, toys & games, double bed & bedding Trash and treasures

DOWNTOWNDesigner Donations for Cinti Charities. 43nd Year! Jam packed!! Racks & racks of women’s clothing & accessories. Sat Oct 24 9am-2pm. Downtown, 318 E 8th St (behind the Blue Wisp Jazz Club, between Sycamore & Broadway), all proceeds to charity. $1 donation at the door or free with donation of prescription eyeglasses.

BATAVIA- Oct 10, 9a-3p, Heatherstone Community Street Sale, off Clough Pk, btwn Clermont Airport & Fox Point Subd, Eastgate- 10/10 many units with Meadow Knoll Ct, 9much to sell! 2pm, Cul-De-Sac Sale, Excercise eqpt, BETHEL - 3555 bike,sports eqpt, toys, Sodom Rd. Oct 9a & computer parts, & HH. 10, 10a-4p. 3 pt. farm equip, grater EASTGATE/MILFOR blade, scoop, boom, D 10/10/2009 8:00 am platform, 5’ 2:00 pm 688 Brandy bushhog, tools, 10’ Way Multi familyplastic swimming furniture,clothing,kitch pool w/pump, gar - e n , b o o k s , t o y s , c a r den trailers, genera - seats, pack and plays. tor, pressure wash er, much more! EASTGATE Multi Family. Oct 10, 8a-1p BLUE ASH4219 Roundhouse. Off Huge!10/10 9-4 Clough Pike on to Forantiques, hshld, Misc, sythia. Watch for signs Holiday decorations All size clothing, misc. 9548 West Ave. 45242 Everything nice

EASTGATEOct 8, 9, & 10, 9a-3p, 4446 Glendale Dr, Huge Multi Family tent/yard sale! ENTER OFF KITTY LN, clothes, shoes, misc hshld, toys, school suppl, & MUCH MORE!

HYDE PARK 10/9 9:00am 7:00pm 1345 Grace Avenue Church rummage sale, Hyde Park Comm. United M e t h o d i s t Church,1345 Grace Ave, corner Grace and Observatory.(8711345) 2-Day Sale Starts Friday Oct.9th, 9-7 AND Sat. Oct.10, EDENTON*Bag Sale. HUGE YARD SALE! 9-1 Boutique,toys,books Bdrm set, antqs, fishing equip, baby collectibles,kitchen items, books old & rugs,lamps,household, new, old trunk, lots electronics,clothing of hshld & collectible and much more pieces, prof puppy cage w/ trays 4x5ft, framed artwork, furn, HYDE PARKchrs & tbls, boxes of Sat 10/10 8-12 items stored for yrs, 2929 Utopia Pl, off 6499 St Rt 133, Grace Ave, Oct 9th & 10th 8a-5p Multi Family, furn, hshld, sportng goods, more. Priced to Sell.

E WALNUT HILLS --2 fam garage/estate sale, items too numerous to list incl new lift chair & portable scooter, books, furn, toys, clothes. Sat 10/10 9-4, 1840 Madison Rd. No reasonable offer refused!

FAIRFAX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rummage Sale. Fri & Sat 9-4. 3731 Southern Ave. Plus size clothing, seasonal decorations, yarn & fabric, odds & ends. Bag Sale Sat

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MALTESE Pups, $325. 1M/1F. Non Shedding. 6wks old. White little fur balls. GREAT Dane Puppies 513-335-3554 AKC. Male and Female.1st shots please call for more info $350.00 513-4429112

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KENW OODHelping Hands, Inc. Estate Sale. Furn Inc: compl DR, King BR, Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Lamps, Baldwin Acrosonic Piano, Rookwood, Crystal Inc Waterford, Artwork, Sterling, R. Dalton Dolls, Costume Jew elry, Misc. Sat/Sun, Oct 10-11th, 10am4pm. Kugler Mill to 8550 New England Ct. #;s at 8AM Sat. Sis Alsfelder 513-271-5971 Donna Remme 513-271-7363

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PUPPIES-- Big sale WESTIES- AKC Pups, on all Males & select- shots, wrmd, POP, Males $475, & ed Females. 513Females $500. 896-5056. Our website 513-876-1488. preferredpuppies.com PUPPIES-Shots & wormed. Lots to choose from! Call reasonable prices. 937-386-0003

WHIPPET F, 1yr, Family raised, White w/Black Brindle. Loves to snuggle $500.00 513-328-6410

SCHNAUZER / MINI CKC, 2nd shots 1st hair cut Salt & Pepper YORKIE 2 yr old M $300, F $350 cash. Yorkie, 7lbs,Free to 937-378-2113 good home. Very loving, good with other animals. Free 513509-2472 SCOTTISH Terriers AKC, POP- Home Raised YORKIE 4M 2F, All Black, AKC Male pups, 1st 9 Weeks old, Adorable shots, vet checked. Ready to Go! Call Now Ready for new home. 500-550 937-515- Will stay very small, 1582 parents both under 5lbs. $500 cash only 513-831-7486 SHELTIE pupsAKC, champion line, 8 wks, sable & wht, YORKIE-Puppies, M $350 obo No Checks. $300, F $400, teacups 937-386-3142 $500. Dad 3 lbs, mom 5 lbs, blk/gold, choc, SHIH tzus, 8 wks, reg, shots, wormed. Blanchester. AKC, Shots/Wormed, 937-725-9641 Exp Breeder, $350400, 937-779-6690 or 544-6977 YORKIES. AKC. 8 wks, vet ck, 1st shots, SHIH-TZU & Shih A wormed. POP. Very Poo Pups & adults cute! 3 fem ales $500; 2 males $450. Cash Some xtra tiny, non-shed $200 & up. only. 513-591-9316

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NEW RICHMONDMIAMI TWP. Fri Oct 9 10-6 toys, artwork, games, Fishing Tackle freezer, treadmill, (Rain date Oct 10 ) Trade Show handbags, tools & bike blankets, towels, hshld Flea Market Fri-Sat 10/9-10, 8-12p items, Christmas tree Sat. Oct 10, 2009 & decor, wooden 6317 Dustywind Ln. 8am til 6pm. puzzles, sm hand Antique to new tools, clothing MILFORD 10/10 8:00 baits, reels, poles 1785 Clermontvilleam 3:00 pm 71 Lake Isabella Laurel Road (Loveland-Indian Clertoma Dr. TONS of Hill exit off I-275). boys clothes + shoes NEW RICHMOND & coats! Size newborn For info to 5T. Osh Kosh, HUGE YARD SALE 513-310-2424 5 Little Indian Trail hitailnunn@cinci.rr.com Carters, etc. Leap Frog toys, DVDs & Nr Lakeside Estate VHS (Thomas, Elmo, Fri Oct 9 &Sat Oct 10 Baby Einstein, etc.). 9a-5p Clothes, houseLudlow Estate Sale Halloween costumes. hold items, misc. To Misc CDs, DVDs & much to list. 206 Adela Ave off of Rt. 8 (Elm St) country decor. Too much to list! Ludlow, KY PIERCE Twp 10/9&10 Fri & Sat 9-5 8:00 2:00 906 Winged Numbers @ 8 Milford- 10/10 9am Foot Way Legendary Contents of 2 Story Holiday, Home decor, Run 45245, Lots of Home & Basement. Toys (LPS), Jewelry, bedding, furniture. Antiques, Collectibles, Household, Shelving, 1271 Day Circle. Furniture & Lots of Play Set misc. 2 Victorian Hall chairs, Deco China MILFORD- Oct 9 & 10, cabinet & buffet, rare 8a-2p, 1557 Hunt Club PIERCE TWP- 3 fam sale, 869 Castlebay lion head arm chairs & Dr, clothes from birthDr, Th-Fri-Sat 8-4. rocker, oak library ta- adult, toys, books, Furn, antiques, home ble, oak dresser, mah. games, Avon, & decor, electronics, kid drop front secretary, much more! stuff, too much to list! cedar chest. Lots of misc hand tools, moMONTGOMERYtorcycle & car parts. Silverton Old wood tool boxes, 10/ 8 & 10/9 7:30 -5.; 10/10, 8a-2p, 10/10 9-1 Harley Davidson items Thornton Dr Some Military items, Something 4 Everyone Street Sale! hshld books, etc. Metal Cabinets. Old 7865 Pfeiffer Rd Fishing Lures, reel & SILVERTON- Oct 9, pole. TVs, DVD & VHS 10, & 11, 9a-3p, 3820 Players, old Records MONTGOMERYGardner Ave 45236, & old Typwriter. Some Yard tools, Kitchen Moving/redecorating lots of different stuff, items, & Glassware of sale, 11419 Brattle Ln, kids stuff, games, toys, Sat 10/10 9-3. Kit clothes, dishes, more all sorts. Plus lots more – Too much to cabs, shelves, antique chairs, table, decorat list. All priced to sell! Sycamore Twp. ing items & kid stuff. Family home since 11316 Marlette, 1902 Sat Oct 10, 9-4p. More info – Microwave, area rugs, hsestatesales.com or teacher material, holicall 859-468-9468 day, paintings, hshld, Mt. Carmel- Oct 8 & 9, +sz clths, purses, light 9-3, 527 Park Pl, off fixtures, toys. Carmel Tabasco Rd, leftover from last week Madisonville- Free TERRACE PARK sale! Half off clths, Yard Sale- 6497 Estate/Moving Sale. hsewrs, & glass! Merwin, off Plainville Sat 10/10 1 Day Only. Pwrwhls, bttrypwrd 2 desks w/chrs, Doors open from 8-2p truck, lrg Remington, 2 TV’s,end tbls, misc Mtn Man sculpture, all Many misc items, as Sat 10/10 9-12 well as collectibles, priced to sell! furn, costume jewelry, Wmns clothes & coats, MARIEMONT/ MT. WASHINGTON . Sat Christmas decor, 8-1. Camcorder w/tapes tools, light fixtures, etc. Mari-Elders Sale $150, holiday decor, VHS October 10 9-4, Everything priced to 6923 Madisonville kids movies, kids books & sell. Cash only. lots of misc. Rd. Books, house307 Terrace Place 6505 Spindlewick Ln. hold & misc 45174

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UNION TWP/ Clermont County Multi Street Sale off Beechwood to "Old" Dorgene, Sanro, Woodland View. DR Power Wagon, table saw, Honda mower, Bybee, bent wood rocker, baby & womens clothes, LPs. Fri 10/9, Sat10/10, 9-3 Union Twp- Oct 10, 8a-2p, 964 E. Apple Gate, off Shaylor or Clough, Estates of Shaylor Ridge, kitch tbl & chrs, end tbls, spkrs, clothes, can dles, coffee tbl, pics & frames, lamps, bthrm wall cab, microwave, kitch items, mugs, many more!

WHITE OAK - 5708 Sprucewood Dr. Sat 10/10 9-3. Lots of items. Rain date 10/17

WITHAMSVILLE Carport Sale. Thur-Fri 8-9th, 9-3p. Lots & lots of stuff & +sz clths 1096 McMann Spur

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Limited ’01 snrf, tint, cd, 55478mi., Silver, org ownr $7,800 513-398-7673

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red, rims. SATURN SL1 Dodge Caravan ’97. $5900. 513-287-9885 Adopt Kittens/ ’96. new tires, new trans Airplanes 860 Cats: 4 dr. Does not run. mission Great cond. from Heartt Animal Ref- Boats/Motors/Equipt. 810 $500 firm. Honda Accord ’96. $2000 obo. 513-753-8093 uge. Spayed/ neutered, Only $900! Police 513-519-7797 vaccinated. Application & RV’s, Campers, Trailers 820 Impounds! Listings 830 donation required. Thurs Off-Road Vehicles 800-559-4086 x 2659 TO YO T A CamryLE automobiles 6-8p Sat & Sun 11-2. Motorcycles ’97- 4cyl, PW, PDL, 850 950 for sale Sharonville tilt, cruise, pwr sunrf, Honda Accord LX Automotive 513-368-4568 auto, ac, stereo, ’00.Exc cond, 4dr BMW 325 i ’94 $3300, 513-485-2208 Antique/Collector Cars 930 Hwy mileage, $4500

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GENTLE black tabby, male, declaw, quiet, overly friendly, shots, wormed, free, 513-239-6382 MAINE COON KITTENS $150, males & females. Beautiful, Pure breeds. 859-484-3320 RAGDOLL--TICA Reg kittens. Beautiful, healthy show quality pets. Ready for adop tion. 513-846-5125

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Black, $3,500. 905 513-459-9046 945 BMW 328XI ’07. Great 943 condition AWD, sport pkg, Black int/ent, sunroof, 62k 950 mi, $22,000 513-236-3794 910 BMW 645 Ci ’05 915 6spd, 19" alloys, GPS, 920 Sat. Radio, snow tires, 922 blk/beige, Only 27K. $35,000. 935 513-272-1156 940 902 BMW Z4 3.0 ’03.

850 motorcycles HARLEY XL883 ’08. Electric Blue. 1700 miles, excellent cond., $7000. 513-272-1711

6 spd, black/beige, sport pkg, 1 owner, great cond, 73K mi, $17,900. 513-861-2776

Starting at

349

$

Starting at

299

$

513-227-4547

Volvo S60R ’04300 hp, AWD, 6spd, HONDA Civic ’02. 4dr, blk, tan lthr, 2 sets 66K mi, 4 dr, auto, full of tires & whls, exc pwr, champagne, cond, 83k mis, loaded, clean, good cond, $13,900, $6900/obo. 937-620-9568

EP2500CX GENERATOR

513-253-6936

LEXUS RX300 ’00. 124K mi, good cond, pearl white, AWD, very dependable, $7250. 859-250-3233 MERCEDES-BENZ EClass E320 Wagon ’98 110K mi., White, Ex. cond.below book, $7000 513-530-9370

$500 POLICE Impounds. Cars from $500. Honda, Chevy, etc. For Listing 800559-4086 x 4747

Starting at

2 TRIMMERS IN STOCK!

To place your BINGO ad call 513.242.4000

Cleaning out your basement or attic?

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50

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DIFFERENT MODELS IN STOCK!

BUICK Regal ’96MERCEDES CLS500 ’06. Sillthr, loaded, showroom ver, 30.5K miles, entertainment wood pkg, satellite racond, $4000, Honda Shadow 700cc 715 birds dio, chrome wheels, 513-771-7369 ’86. Black & chrome. $44,000. 513-675-0358 $2000 obo. 513-324-8505 BUICK BIRD FAIRNISSAN 350Z ’03. The quickest way to ROADMASTER ’92: Holiday Inn auto, white, gray htd get rid of your 350 eng, V8, 122K 3855 Hauck Rd, Rt 42, YAMAHA Y Z F - R 1 lthr seats, Bose, unwanted items is to exit 46, off of I-275. 2007 gray, excellent mis, DVD, TV, navig, 7500mi, sell them quickly in the condition, custom cold ac, tilt, pw, pdl, Exc cond, $17,500. Oct 11 10-4. sport bike, $2900, new parts incl master Contact. Chuck @ Community Classified. 513-232-9113 cylinder, battery, fuel chfoy@netscape.com 513-875-2894 pump, brake pads southernohiobirdfair. These prices are on in stock frt/bk, brake line, cali- Nissan Maxima ’97. models only. Sale ends 10/16/09 com autos Call pers, oxygen sensor & gold, auto, V6, $2900 905 wanted dual exh. No accidents full power, 139K mi, 513.242.4000 BLUE and Gold Mac$2500obo For info. Looks great! aw 4 y/o male with 513-233-8296 513-474-1332 cage, toys & trick trained. no calls after miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 555 miscellaneous 8p please. $1400 obo, A & A Buys Cars & 555 notices notices notices notices notices notices notices notices 513-255-5556 Trucks CASH ON THE SPOT 513-720-7982 730 horses and

529 Ohio Pike, (Beechmont Ave.) • Cincinnati, Ohio

1-800-741-8603

www.hondaeastpowerequipment.com

equipment

SQUARE BALES brome, mixed grass, teff, wheat/straw, 859-654-4571

BUYING ALL VEHICLES Any Cond. Any Year. Quick Pick Up. Fair PRICE. CASH on the Spot 513-662-4955

boats, motors/ CARS/TRUCKS- will buy 810 equip.

unwanted cars/trucks & will tow free. Top $$ paid 513-284-3888. GLASTRON ’68 20 ft80 hp, runs good, call after 3pm, 910 parts, repairs, $1700obo, accessories 513-288-1663

JEEP PARTS W A V E R U N N E R ’0 3 Yamaha XLT 800 3 WWII Ford body, ’48 CJ Body, Rolling seat w/Trlr. Exc cond, 68 hrs, accessories frame w/rr PTO, mo included $6500 513- tors, blocks, radiators, trans, many sm. parts. 260-2479 $3500 for all. 606-882-2206 rv’s, campers, 820 trailers

930 antique and collector cars

COLEMAN POPUP BUYING ANY OLD CAMPER ’03. CARS CLASSIC Cottonwood Model. ANTIQUE Like new. ’30-’40-50-60-70s $3400/obo. Running/not 403-7386 513-553-0359

DUTCHMAN 29 foot 2008 Price is a firm price. Extras-Flat screen TV, new generator and golf cart included in price. $21,500 859-7502630

CHEV CORVETTE/MUSCLE CARS/CLASSIC WANTED Private Owners Only. 513-608-8121

CHRYS Cordoba ’77. 360 eng, 87K mi, auto, good cond some rust, Flat bed trailer- 16 ft, $2700/neg. Jeff, 5138000lb gross weight, 503-0493 Tamden axle, elec brakes, very good cond, w/ removable 8 935 trucks/suvs in wood side rails, $1450, 859-727-0118 CHEV Silverado ’98. Ext cab, bedliner, au off road to, cruise, pw/pl, tilt, 830 vehicles air, 2 WD, CD, 173K hwy mi, very clean, $4200. 513-442-3523 Arctic Cat 250 ’07. $2200. Arctic Cat 250 ’05 Dodge Dakota ’96- V6, $1525 50k orig mis, orig Polaris 330 ’06. $2000 ownr, 8ft bed w/ liner, 513-891-7833 new tires, sliding rear window, asking $3500, LOST & FOUND Must See! srs calls onAds are FREE!! ly, 513-289-5712 513.242.4000

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BY TODD MCCLARY / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ

ACROSS 1 Political comedian with the 1973 album “Sing a Song of Watergate” 9 Breakfast dishware 16 Whispered message lead-in 20 Agreements 21 Major-league manager who won World Series in both leagues 22 Stat. for 1-Down 23 Article written by an early American patriot? 25 Line formed at a barbershop? 26 Ticked (off) 27 Active military conflicts 28 “No way, no how!” 29 Farm worker 32 Record label for Bill Haley and His Comets 34 Enemy in the 1980s arcade game Arabian 35 Alfred of “The Da Vinci Code” 36 Ditty, e.g. 38 Japanese drama 39 Dental problem for a boxing promoter? 42 When repeated, gleeful student’s cry 44 Chinese dynasty of 1,000 years ago 46 Obstruct 47 Desire to be more like an actress of Greek descent? 52 Shrubby expanse

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.

56 Godzilla contemporary that was a a giant flying turtle 57 One rewarded for good behavior, perhaps 58 Like gymnasts’ bodies 59 Saturate 61 Company that makes Styrofoam 62 Dance club V.I.P.’s 65 Silent signal 66 Adorable child of an edgy filmmaker? 73 Link letters 74 “___ to Joy” 75 Cut (off) 76 So-called art silk 77 Gulf of ___, modern pirates’ realm 79 Become a sailor 82 Hidden 86 “D’Artagnan Romances” author 88 Tent used by a Latin musician? 90 Theme 92 Literary pen name 93 Attack tactic 94 Television award given to a Surrealist? 100 Alias indication 102 List 103 Inception 104 “___ note to follow …” 105 Asian film genre 107 Foxlike 108 Safari weapon 109 Oyster bed diver 112 R&B singer Hendryx 114 Noirish 115 Rodent named for a 20th-century novelist? 120 Name beside a harp on euro coins 121 Getting ready for a hand

122 Car air freshener shape 123 Brothers 124 Less lenient 125 Draws DOWN 1 Range: Abbr. 2 3,600 secondi 3 “Stand” band 4 Stretched to the limit 5 The Black Stallion, e.g. 6 Actress Quinn 7 Cause of congestion 8 Deadhead’s supply 9 Red-haired PBS star 10 Intestinal opening? 11 Slowly started pleasing 12 John of “High Fidelity” 13 “Back in the ___” 14 Smokey Bear spots, for short 15 Express 16 Looney Tunes lothario 17 Like much of the Danube’s territory 18 First name at Wimbledon 19 Dish setting for watching satellite programs? 24 Brainstorming cry 28 “Ob-vi-ous-ly!” 29 Copying 30 Mobile phone giant 31 Latish wake-up time 33 Animal that leaves when it’s cared for? 35 “Singin’ in the Rain” studio 37 Get closer 39 Clue game board space 40 “If only ___ known …” 41 Parliament vote 43 Begin liking 45 Like 48 Overly enthusiastic 49 Crush, e.g.

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50 Southern Conference school 51 Salamandridae family member 53 “___ Got No” (“Hair” song) 54 Empath on “Star Trek: T.N.G.” 55 London’s ___ Park 60 A, in Armentières 62 Forensic ID 63 Bloomsday honoree 64 Skedaddles 66 Campus space 67 Asian tongue 68 Something on a table: Abbr. 69 Heaps 70 ___-Rooter 71 Member of a modern theocracy

72 Debut 78 III, IV and V, maybe 79 Shower need 80 Chop ___ 81 Electric ___ 83 Modern pentathlon equipment 84 Imperial 85 Wee 87 More likely to snap 88 “America” contraction 89 Turning the other cheek 91 Blast producer 94 “The Ecstatic” rapper 95 Household helper 96 Nissan S.U.V. 97 Someone offering a lift?

98 Boxing champ Hagler 99 Court great Karl 101 Check line 105 Prince Valiant’s son 106 Write in 109 Kick 110 Single-named artist 111 Bldg. planner 113 ___ Senatus (old Roman records) 115 ___ in kangaroo 116 “Go Green!” newsletter org. 117 Bow 118 Nov. parade figure 119 Intercom response


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LAWRENCEBURG PONTIAC • BUICK • GMC

HOURS M-THUR 9-8 FRI 9-6 SAT 9-6

CHEVROLET

1105 East Eads Parkway U.S. 50 Lawrenceburg, In 47025 www.lawrenceburgchevrolet.com

1-800-985-1942

USED CAR INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE! BIG CITY SELECTION AT SMALL TOWN PRICES! GREAT SELECTION: SUV’S - 4x4 - PICKUP TRUCKS - SPORT CARS!

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2 DOO R AND S 4 DOO RS!

2010 FORD RANGER 4X2 XL REG CAB VIN#1FTKR1AD0APA01325

MSRP.......................................$19,160 BF Discount................................$1,361 Retail Bonus Customer Cash. . . . .$1,000

$16,799 2010 FORD F150 4X4 REG CAB VIN#IFTRF14W19KA84065

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

$21,399

BEECHMONT

2010 F150 4X2 REG CAB XL SERIES

FORD

VIN#1FTMF1CW4AKA38486

MSRP.......................................$22,655 BF Discount................................$1,656 Retail Bonus Customer Cash. . . . .$1,000 Retail Customer Cash................$1,000

$18,999 2009 FORD F250 4x2 SC XL

INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS

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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 10/31/09.

BEECHMONT FORD

Beechmont Ave. & I-275

513-752-6611

www.beechmontford.com


Wednesday, October 7, 2009

WHY BUY NEW? NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

WHY BUY NEW?

N A E L C Y U B E W S K C U R T , S R A C USED AND VANS!

ION OVER 2 MILL TORY EN DOLLAR INV FROM! TO CHOOSE

31 Years

of the same great service and staff! CARS OVER 20 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!

2007 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS PKG FULL POWER, ONLY 20K MILES, EASY ON GAS! #98280................................ $12,747

2009 FORD ECONOLINE E-150

1999 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE CONT GS SPYDER FULL POWER, ONLY 52K, #98147.............................................. $9,496 2005 CHRYSLER SEBRING LMT., LEATHER, SUNROOF, COUPE, NICE! #81025-1..................................................... $8,998

2007 DODGE CALIBER SXT PKG, LOADED!, ONLY 26K MILES, EASY ON GAS! #98240..........................................$12,929 2007 DODGE CALIBER RT AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, 12K MILES, STEREO, CD, MARINE BLUE #98230.......................... $13,988 2006 CHRYSLER 300 LOADED, CHROME PKG, ONLY 33K MILES, LOOK!!! #98237............................................... $14,221 2007 DODGE MAGNUM SXT PKG LEATHER, ONLY 34K MILES, WON’T LAST LONG!! #98202...............................$14,528

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL! VALUE RATED!

2005 CHRYSLER 300C HEMI, LEATHER, ALL THE TOYS #98262.......................................................................... $16,972 2006 CHRYSLER PACIFICA HARD TO FIND, TOURING EDITION, LEATHER, POWER SUNROOF #98281................. $16,982 2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT 3.5 V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, STEREO CD............................................................... $12,788 2006 DODGE CHARGER RT RED, GORGEOUS!, DAYTONA PGK, LEATHER, MUST SEE!...........................................$20,333 30 TRUCKS & SUVs TO CHOOSE FROM! TRUCKS & SUVs OVER

2004 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 LAREDO, FULL POWER, ONLY 61K MILES #982432..................................... $10,996 2007 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT PKG FULL POWER, REG CAB, V8, 33K MILES, #98146...........................................$13,333 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 2006 JEEP COMMANDER SPORT 6 CYL, LOADED!, ONLY 21K MILES, NONE NICER! #98259................................$17,211 2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 13-14K MILES, TWO TO CHOOSE FROM, FACT WARR, #98171.98172.......... $18,460 2004 DODGE 1500 PICKUP QUAD CAB, 20 INCH CHROME WHEELS, PW, PL, STEREO, #98285...........................$14,988 2006 FORD F-150 SUPER CAB 4X4 X LT PKG, 5.4 V8, LOADED, SHARP!,#98267.............................................. $18,987

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

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 2008 JEEP COMPASS LIMITED V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, LEATHER #98076...........................................................$17,988

VANS

BUDGET BUYS!

2004 SEBRING CONVERTIBLE

GTC, V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL ALUM WHEELS GREAT VALUE........... $8,975

1997 FORD TAURUS

V6, AUTO, A/C, PS, PB, LOW MILES............................................ $3,995

1999 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO

Z-34, V6, SUNROOF, LEATHER, A/C............................................ $4,695

2003 DODGE CARAVAN SXT

V6, QUAD SEATS, A/C, PW, PL.................................................... $6,995

2007 FORD FOCUS

2 DOOR, 5 SPEED, A/C, STEREO, CD, 30_+ MPG........................ $7,988

2005 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER

LINEN GOLD, AUTO, A/C, PW, CD............................................... $7,988

2005 DODGE NEON SXT

OVER 25 VANS TO CHOOSE FROM!

RED, AUTO, A/C, CHROME WHEELS, PW, PL #98276................... $7,988

2006 DODGE CARAVAN SXT QUAD SEATS, ONLY 22,000 MILES #98238............................................................. $11,999 2008 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY LX, FULL POWER, REAR STOW-N-GO, $AVE!! #98201................................. $14,731 2007 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRYs TOURINGS!, V6, A/C, STOW-N-GO, PW, PL, ALUM WHLS.................FROM $15,988 2007 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY SPECIAL EDITION, LEATHER, STOW-N-GO, LOOK!! #98278....................... $17,967

1999 SEBRING CVT

V6, LEATHER, A/C...................................................................... $4,788

1998 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER

AUTO, A/C, 7 PASS.................................................................... $3,700

Conveniently located 10 Minutes from Anderson Towne Center at 1065 Ohio Pike – Just 3 Miles East of I-275, Exit #65 HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9-8:30 • Friday 9-6 • Saturday 9-5:30 WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

71

Beechmont Ave/Ohio Pike 275

JOE J O E KIDD KIDD X OHIO RIVER

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

VALUE RATED!

AUTOMOTIVE

75

WHY BUY NEW?

2007 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT DVD, AUTO, FRONT & REAR A/C,PERFECT FOR TRAVEL, LOW MILES......... $16,988

513-752-1804 www.joekidddodge.com

CUMMINS DIESEL, FACT WARR, HARD TO FIND! #98282.......... $23,929

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

2006 DODGE 1500 QUAD CAB 4X4 BIG HORN EDITION, RED, 20” WHEELS, HEMI........................................... $20,444

2007 DODGE 3500 QUAD FLAT BED ST PKG

VALUE RATED!

2007 DODGE NITRO 4X4 SLT, FACTORY WARRANTY, TRAILER TOW, ONLY 20K #98256....................................... $17,981

V8, LWB, 22K, FACTORY WARRANTY, WHY BUY NEW? #98273... $18,211

WHY BUY NEW?

WHY BUY NEW?

2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA 3.8, V6, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, STEREO, CD, GREAT VALUE #98262............................... $15,974

2009 CHEVROLET 2500 EXPRESS VAN

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

2009 CHEVROLET HHR LTs CHOOSE FROM 2, AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, CD, FACT WARR, #98271,#98272.................. $14,988

V8, PW, PL, ONLY 17K MILES, FACTORY WARRANTY #9827. ...... $17,822

VALUE RATED!

2006 PONTIAC G6 GT PKG LEATHER, POWER ROOF, ONLYL 49K MILES, SHARP!! #98267................................... $13,698

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WHY BUY NEW?

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

SPECIAL PURCHASE!!

2007 TOYOTA YARIS BLUE, 5 SPD, A/C, STEREO, CD, 35+ MPG, GREAT SCHOOL CAR! #881751.............................. $8,988

2005 DODGE 1500 QUAD CAB 4X4 AUTO, A/C, PW, PL, CHROME WHEELS, # 98277........................................ $18,988

VALUE RATED!

- Community Classified

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

JOE KIDD AUTOMOTIVE

2007 FORD MUSTANG COUPE LOADED, ONLY 25K MILES, NONE NICER! #98269.............................................. $14,924

WHY BUY NEW?

VALUE RATED!

NOBODY BEATS A JOE KIDD DEAL!

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JERRY TERRY

CAL AJMAL

2010 Sonata

BETTER WARRANTY THEN A LEXUS! MSRP...........................$19,520 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT..-$1,521 HMA REBATE................-$1,000

$

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22 MPG*

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#26403

WITH $995 DOWN

2010 Elantra

LEASE FOR

24 MPG*

PER MONTH PLUS TAX

Automatic & More!

29,675 19 ,443

2010 Genesis Coupe 2.0T

16,999 16 , 9 9 9

#44412

2009 Tucson

FINAL PRICE

FINAL PRICE

28 MPG*

MSRP..................................$33,435 MSRP..................................$20,995 HMA REBATE........................-$2000 HMA REBATE........................-$1000 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT..........-$1760 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT............-$552

FINAL PRICE

$

5 Speed & More!

2010 Accent

5 Speed & More!

26 MPG* #44403

5 Speed & More!

2009 Santa Fe

MSRP..................................$24,065 MSRP..................................$10,690 HMA REBATE........................-$2000 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT............-$904 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT..........-$1000

FINAL $ PRICE

$

PER MONTH PLUS TAX

Per Month + Tax 36 Month Lease

9 , 786

169

PER MONTH PLUS TAX

FINAL $ PRICE P L U S

1 , 065 06 5 21 2

Due at lease inception plus tax, title & registration

MSRP..................................$16,695 COLUMBIA DISCOUNT............-$950 HMA REBATE..........................-$500 TOTAL PRICE.......................$15,245† HMF BONUS CASH.................-$500

FINAL $ PRICE

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LEASE FOR

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$1,999

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2010 Elantra Touring

$

#C0303

74 5 14 , 745

269PER MONTH PLUS TAX

399

Per Month + Tax 36 Month Lease

$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. T O GET OWNER LOYALTY YOU MUST STILL OWN A HYUNDAI. SOME CARS MAY HAVE TO BE ORDERED. *** $1.49 GUARANTEED FUEL CARD FOR ONE YEAR, OFFER VALID FOR REGULAR UNLEADED FUEL, A LLOTMENT OF GALLONS INCLUDED DEPENDS ON CAR MODEL PURCHASED, A NNUAL GALLON ALLOTMENT ENDS ONE YEAR AFTER PURCHASE DATE. Y OU BUY OR LEASE A QUALIFYING 2009/2010 H YUNDAI VEHICLE BETWEEN JULY 1, 2009 AND A UGUST 31, 2009, AND CHOOSE THE HYUNDAI A SSURANCE GAS LOCK PROGRAM OPTION (POWERED BY PRICELOCK). Y OU 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. Y OU 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. † HMF BONUS CASH AVAILABLE IF YOU FINANCE THROUGH HYUNDAI. OFFER EXPIRES 10/31/2009.

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COLUMBIA ACURA www.columbiaacura.com 2010 2 0 0 9 ACURA ACURA 2 0 1 0 ACURA A C U R A 2010 2 0 0 9 ACURA A C U R A 2009 2 0 1 0 ACURA A C U R A 2009

RDX RDX

MDX MDX

TL TL

TSX TSX

429 369 399 499

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

TB2H2AJNW 2WD, base model

Due at 1999 signing

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

CU2F6AJW Automatic transmission, base model

999

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*10,000 MILES PER YEAR, 20¢ MILE OVER, CLOSED END LEASE. LEASE END. QUALIFIED BUYERS. SALE ENDS 10/31/09.

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

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Due at signing

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

UA8629JW

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Due at 1999 signing

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Automatic transmission, base model

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

Due at 2299 signing

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

COLUMBIA ACURA

JON McFARLAND

Pre-Owned Cars, Trucks, Vans, SUV’s Columbia’s BEST BUYS!

$6000 & UNDER SPECIAL!

2002 BUICK LE SABRE LIMITED........$5,995

2009 TSX.....................................$26,695 2002 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT...............$8,995 Silver, #91166-1 2000 FORD WINDSTAR........................$5,995 Gray, 18k #9742 Silver, 4x4, 105k #10659-1

2008 TL.......................................$29,995 2003 ACURA 3.2 T 15k Miles, Dark Blue, Truly Like New! #9677

Gold, 95k,#30845-1

Silver, Only 5k Miles #9745

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

Navigation, AWD, White, 21k Miles #9765

2007 HONDA ACCORD EX-L.

2008 MDX...................................$37,995 2007 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LTD

Green, 88k #70675-1

$9,995 1999 FORD RANGER...........................$4,995 #30374-1

$14,595 1994 OLDS DELTA ROYALE LSS.........$4,995 Gold, 93k #9787

KIA RONDO LX..........................$13,995 2008 MDX TECH.........................$40,995 2008 Blue, 42k, V6 #9813

FINANCING AS LOW AS 3.9% ON SELECT CERTIFIED ACURAS!

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W/Navi, 4-Cyl, Silver, 27k, #90657-3

FALL SPECIAL!

$19,995 1989 CORVETTE...................................$7,995 111k, Red, Spoiler, Restored #9720-1 NOW REDUCED!

2005 LEXUS LS 430 PREMIUM.......$29,995 2004 BMW Z4 CONVERTIBLE...........$18,995 Briarwood Pearl, 55k Miles, Beautiful 1-Owner Car.... #70700-1

50k, Black/Black, #30338-2

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88 MAZDA RX-7 CONVERTIBLE.. $8,495 White, 5-Speed, Only 60k Miles!!! Won’t Last #80011-1

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