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October 29, 2011

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DEATHS Obituaries and/or death notices for the following people appear on Page 5A today: • Dr. Herbert C. Topp • Michael Brandewie • Ida Emma Starrett • Rosetta Mae Grise • Thelma A. Monroe

INDEX Auglaize Neighbors...........11A Business ...........................10A City, County records........2-3A Classified.........................1-7B Comics .............................14A Hints from Heloise ..............6A Horoscope........................12A Localife ............................8-9A Nation/World.......................7A Obituaries ...........................5A Sports .........................16-19A State news..........................6A ’Tween 12 and 20.............12A Weather/Sudoku/Abby/Out of the Past/Dr. Donohue ..15A

TODAY’S THOUGHT “Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it and, above all, accurately so they will be guided by its light.” – Joseph Pulitzer (18471911) For more on today in history, turn to Page 14A.

NEWS NUMBERS News tips, call 498-5962. Home delivery, call 4985939. Classified advertising, call 498-5925. Retail advertising, call 4985980 Visit the Sidney Daily News on the Web at www.sidneydailynews.com

WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are making a little more money and spending a lot more. Under normal circumstances, that would be a troubling sign for the economy. But a closer look at some new government figures suggests another possibility: People are saving less money because they’re earning next to nothing in interest. Saving is already difficult because of more expensive gas and food. It’s even tougher because of the lower returns — the flip side of super-low interest rates that the Federal Reserve has kept in place since 2008 to help the economy. Critics say the Fed is punishing those who play by the rules — those careful enough to set aside money for savings or people who built up a nest egg and are living on fixed incomes that depend on interest. Americans spent 0.6 percent more in September, three times the increase from the previous month, the government said Friday. Spending was especially strong on durable goods — things like cars, appliances and electronics. At the same time, what they earned was mostly flat. Pay increased 0.3 percent, and overall income just 0.1 percent. After deducting taxes and adjusting for inflation, income fell for a third straight month. So to make up the difference, many have cut back on savings. The savings rate fell to its lowest level since December 2007, the first month of the recession — and right about the time the Fed started its dramatic series of interest-rate cuts. Considering how little you can get for parking your money at a bank, it hasn’t been a tough choice. “Consumers have hit a level of saturation in their savings,” See SPEND/Page 7A

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Getting a better look Wesley Ioannides, 7, of Sidney, had to pull his mask up to get a better look at a bowl of candy while attending a Halloween party in Sidney Friday. Wesley is the son of Sean and Brandi Walker. For photo reprints, visit www.sidneydailynews.com

States’ rights advocate to speak Sheriff Richard Mack of Texas, noted as an advocate for states’ rights and individual freedoms, will be featured at a town hall meeting Thursday at the Sidney Inn on FolkMack erth Avenue. The event will start at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Sidney Shelby County Liberty Group. Mack is a strong supporter of the Second Amendment (the right to bear arms) and is a crusader for the Bill of Rights. Mack began his career in Utah as a parking enforcement cadet. Two years later he became a full-time officer, then corporal, sergeant, detective and undercover narcotics

officer. He eventually returned to his home of Graham County, Ariz,. where he was elected sheriff for two terms. In 1994 Mack and six other sheriffs filed a lawsuit against the federal government challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control measure. His goal was to stop the federal government from funding another unfunded mandate. The case went to the U.S. Supreme Court, which ruled it was a matter of states’ rights. This brought Mack to national attention and he has appeared on national shows, including “Good Morning America,” the “Donahue Show” and “Crossfire.” He has been a guest on many radio talk shows and has spoken to many groups. He has presented seminars on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, states’ rights, the drug war and the oath of office.

Mack and his wife recently moved recently to Fredericksburg, Texas. He has authored several books, including “County Sheriff, America’s Last Hope,” “The Naked Spy” and “From My Cold Dead Fingers.” In “County Sheriff ” he states that sheriffs in the United States are indeed the ultimate law authority in their jurisdictions. Mack said he feels that it is “vital to restore the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. The founders of our nation were afraid of one thing more than any other — government having too much power. Remember they escaped tyranny of an oppressive and controlling government when they established this nation. They fought and died for it, and now we are letting these same freedoms they fought for slip away little by little without a second thought.”

Among other issues, he will discuss why it is important that citizens not allow their means of self-defense (guns) to be taken way. Before Mack speaks, the Fairlawn Elementary School Children’s Choir will entertain with patriotic songs, under the direction of Sonya Phillips. The choir consists of students from kindergarten through third grade. After Mack’s presentation, a drawing will take place in a gun raffle. One hundred-fifty tickets were sold and two guns will be awarded. The Sidney Shelby County Liberty Group is a nonpartisan group with a goal of promoting the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Appetizers by Romer Catering will be served. The program is free and open to anyone interested in the Second Amendment and the U.S. Constitution.

Friday final date for ‘in-person’ absentee voting The Shelby County Board of Elections has announced a date change in absentee voting procedures. According to Dawn Billing, Board of Elections director, the final time and date for an “inperson” voter to vote an absentee ballot at the Board of Elections office has changed from Nov. 7 to Friday at 6 p.m. The local elections office will be open until 6 p.m. on Friday to service “in-person” absentee voter requests. According to Billing, the changes are a result of recently passed Ohio House Bill 224. The bill received a unanimous,

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bipartisan vote in both the Ohio House and the Senate to cease “in-person” absentee voting at 6 p.m. on Friday. The only exception, according to Billing, are people who appear at the Board of Elections office to cast an in-person absentee ballot under the provisions of

the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. These individuals may cast their absentee ballot until 7:30 p.m. on Election Day. All other previously announced absentee voting procedures remain the same, said Billing. Absentee voter ballots for the November general election continue to be available at the Board of Elections office. Any registered voter can vote absentee at the Board of Elections office during regular business hours. The Board of Elections office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those unable to visit the Board

of Elections office can call to receive an application by mail, or can visit the Board of Elections website at http://www.co.shelby.oh.us/electionsboard and print the absentee application themselves. Applications by U.S. mail for absentee ballots must be received in the Board of Elections office by noon on Nov. 5. Voted absentee ballots sent back to the Board of Elections office via U.S. mail must be postmarked no later than Nov. 7 and be received by Nov. 18. The Shelby County Board of Elections is located at 230 E. Court St. and the phone number is 498-7207.

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Police log THURSDAY -7:43 p.m.: criminal trespassing. Sidney Police charged Joseph Shatto, 53, no address given, with trespassing at Countryside Apartments, 768 Countryside Lane. -6:26 p.m.: theft. Walmart security, 2400 Michigan St., reported the theft of miscellaneous merchandise by several suspects. Police arrested Andrew Pyles, 25, 306 Oak Ave., and Patricia Guey, 25, of the same address for shoplifting. 4:34 p.m.: criminal damaging. James Fox, 505 N. Main Ave., reported two glass window panes had been broken at his residence and another window had been left open. Police said no entry was made to the residence. -10:16 a.m.: criminal trespassing. Walmart reported a suspect was soliciting in the store

parking lot at 2400 Michigan St. Police arrested Joseph Shatto, 53, no address given, for trespassing. -9:20 a.m.: theft. Thomas P. Milligan, 1521 Port Jefferson Road, reported a wallet containing $25, driver’s license and other personal papers, had been stolen from his vehicle. WEDNESDAY -12:22 a.m.: criminal damaging. Ashley N. Stewart, Richard York II and Dustin M. Prince, all of 214 N. Walnut Ave., reported someone had damaged their parked vehicles. TUESDAY -1:03 p.m.: theft. Lina F. DeMarcus, 840 Port Jefferson Road, reported a flat-screen TV, valued at $800, had been stolen from the residence.

E. Poplar St., with driving while under the influence following an accident at 1:22 a.m. Wednesday at Poplar Street and North Ohio Avenue in which his auto struck the rear of a stopped vehicle operated by Ben M. Hackley, 28, of St. Paris. Officers said neither vehicle sustained damage. • A bicycle operated by Fatima Armad, 24, of New Brunswick, Canada, and an auto driven by Teresa A. Knouff, 35, 4680 Dawson Road, Houston, were involved in an accident shortly before 7:30 p.m. Monday in the 1500 block of Michigan Street. Officers said Armad was riding on the sidewalk just as Krouff’s vehicle turned onto the roadway from the Sidney Plaza parking lot. Armad was issued a citation for riding on the sidewalk. Sidney Police charged Only the bicycle susTony M. Williams, 38, 414 tained damage.

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MUNICIPAL COURT In Sidney Municipal Court Friday, Judge Duane Goettemoeller fined Amanda M. Weiler, 23, 113 E. Water St., $250 and costs and sentenced her to six months in jail on drug abuse charges. She will be permitted to follow rules of probation in lieu of 60 days jail and continue and complete counseling in lieu of 60 days jail. If fines and costs are paid in full, 60 days jail may be reconsidered. • Justin L Poore, 20, 8880 Johnston-Slagle Road, was fined $150 and costs, sentenced to 30 days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months on drug paraphernalia and drug abuse charges. He will be permitted to continue and complete counseling in lieu of 25 days jail and if fines and costs are paid in full, five days jail may be reconsidered. • Theft and driving while under suspension charges against Justin T. Argabright, 27, 304 Oak Ave., were continued until Nov. 21 at 1:30 p.m. for the services of an attorney. • Elizabeth Young, 18, at large, was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 18 days served on a criminal trespassing

charge. Menacing and arson charges were continued until Nov. 9 at 9:30 a.m. for sentencing as earlier scheduled. • Onzal Poore, 48, 625 ½ Broadway Ave., was fined $100 and costs and sentenced to 30 days in jail on a disorderly conduct charge. Jail will be suspended if he consumes no alcohol and follows rules of probation. On a charge of violating a temporary protection order, he was fined $250 and costs and sentenced to six months in jail. Sixty days of the sentence will be suspended if he has no contact with the victim and he will be permitted to be evaluated for drug/alcohol abuse in lieu of 60 days jail. If fines and costs are paid in full, 60 days may be reconsidered. • Jerry Allen Swain, 23, 503 S. Highland Ave., was fined $600 and costs, sentenced to 30 days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for one year for his second driving while under the influence offense within six years. He will be permitted to be evaluated for drug/alcohol abuse in lieu of 10 days jail and if fines and costs are paid in full, 10 days jail may be reconsidered. His vehicle was immobi-

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lized and its license plates impounded for 90 days. • Contempt of court and probation violation charges against Pauline M. Argall, 46, 421 N. Ohio Ave., in a driving while under the influence case were dismissed because she was found to be in compliance with probation. • Sherrie L. Cotterman, 35, at large, was fined $150 and costs on a theft charge that was amended to disorderly conduct. • Devin Yost, 19, 12468 Shroyer Road, Maplewood, was fined $75 and costs, sentenced to 10 days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for possession of drug paraphernalia. He will be permitted to continue and complete counseling in lieu of jail. • Probation violation charges against Brandy S. Albers, 28, 391 W. Parkwood St., in theft and driving while under suspension cases were dismissed by the court. • Lyndal L. Stewart, 57, 319 ½ S. Wilkinson Ave., was fined $375 and costs, sentenced to five days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for driving while under the

CITY influence. He will receive credit for three days served and if fines and costs are paid in full, the balance of the jail sentence may be reconsidered. • Zachary Baumgardner, 18, of Covington, was fined $150 and costs and sentenced to five days in jail on a driving while under restrictions charge that was amended to failure to display a license. If fines and costs are paid in full, jail may be reconsidered. • Jennifer Fergus, 21, 7468 Tawawa-Maplewood Road, was fined $75 and costs on a driving while under suspension charge that was amended to failure to display a license. • Rickey E. Hughes, 20, 2016 Fair Oaks Drive., was fined $150 and costs, sentenced to 30 days in jail and his driver’s license was suspended for six months for failing to stop after an accident. If fines and costs are paid in full, jail may be reconsidered. • Brett A. Ellis, 29, 132 S. Center St., Apt. 1, Versailles, was fined $20 and costs and sentenced to 10 days in jail on a charge of failing to reinstate a license. Jail may be reconsidered if fines and costs are paid in full.

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Fire, rescue FRIDAY -8:33 a.m.: medical. Sidney paramedics responded to a medical call in the 400 block of Cherry Drive. THURSDAY -11:08 p.m.: medical. Paramedics were dispatched to Doorley Road and East Court Street for a medical call.

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-6:51 p.m.: medical. Medics responded to a medical call in the 700 block of Brooklyn Avenue. -5:30 p.m.: medical. Paramedics responded to a medical call in the 1000 block of Apple Blossom Lane. -5:16 p.m.: medical. Medics were dispatched to the 800 block of Merri Lane for a medical call.

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Ida Emma Starrett PIQUA — Ida Emma Starrett, 99, 339 Wilson Ave., died at 5 a.m. Thursday Oct. 27, 2011 at her residence. Mass of Christian Burial will Monday, Oct. 31, at St. Mary Catholic Church, Piqua. Arrangements are handled by being Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home.

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Dr. Herbert C. Topp MECHANICSBURG — Dr. Herbert C. Topp, 72, of Mechanicsburg, passed away, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, due to an automobile accident. He was born Aug. 1, 1939, in New Bremen and was a 1958 graduate of New Bremen High School. On June 17, 1964, he graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University and that evening he opened the Mechanicsburg Veterinary Clinic, which he owned and operated for more than 47 years. He was a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association. He was inducted to the American Veterinary Association’s Medical Honor Roll in 2010. Dr. Topp was a dedicated communityminded person. He volunteered and served on many boards in Champaign County, such as the Champaign County Agriculture Society for more than 30 years, and most recently was the Champaign County Fair’s veterinarian He was also active in the Ohio Fair’s Managers Association, the Farm Bureau of Champaign County, the Goshen Township Trustees and was past president of the Champaign County Township Association and the Maple Grove Cemetery Board. He had also served on the Mechanicsburg Board of Education for 16 years. Dr. Topp was a member of the Mechanicsburg United Methodist Church, serving on several committees, a member of the Mechanicsburg Lodge 113 F. & A. M., Mechanicsburg Lions Club and the Mechanicsburg Eagles Lodge 3974. He enjoyed farming,

listening to country music, singing in the church choir, playing music in the family dance band and calling square dances. Topp Dr. thoroughly enjoyed any community event, high school, college and professional sports, especially OSU football and Cincinnati Reds baseball. Dr. Topp is survived by his wife of 50 years, Helen (Klopfenstein) Topp; his son, Douglas A. (Barbara) Topp, of New Bremen; his daughter, DiAnn (William) McMillen, of Plain City,; his grandchildren, Madison Jane and Matthew William McMillen, and stepgrandchildren, Stacy and Jonathan Walterbusch; his brothers, Marvin (Linda) Topp and Thomas Topp, both of New Bremen; his sisters, Martha (Paul) Ewing, of Williamsport, Ohio, and Doris (Jerry) Carr of Kansas City, Mo.; his sister-in-law, Mary Lou Topp, of Botkins; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Walter Carl and Angela Catherine (Berning) Topp, and his brother, Donald Topp. A celebration of life gathering will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31, 2011, in the Mechanicsburg United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Mechanicsburg. Memorial contributions may be given in lieu of flowers to the Mechanicsburg United Methodist Church, 42 N. Main St., Mechanicsburg, OH 43044. Services are entrusted to the Skillman McDonald & Vernon Funeral Home, Mechanicsburg. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.vernonfh.com.

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Rosetta Mae Grise PIQUA — Rosetta Mae Grise, 89, of Piqua, died at 4:50 am Friday Oct. 28, 2011, at her residence. She was born May 25, 1922, in Darke County, the daughter of the late Harrison Lawrence and Clara Marie (Fritz) Johnston. She married Robert O. Grise April 19, 1947, in Port Jefferson and he survives her. Other survivors include a son, Ronald E. (Loretta) Grise, of Piqua; a daughter, Carolyn M. (William) Hoening, of Findlay; five grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren; a brother, Thomas C. Johnston, of Piqua; and a sister, Treva E. Meiring, of Piqua. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Otis E. Johnston, Ralph E. Johnston and Robert L. Johnston and two sisters, Sally D. Hartle, and Catherine McKibben.

Mrs. Grise was a graduate of Versailles High School and was a wonderful homemaker. As a loving wife, mother and g r a n d m o t h e r, she enjoyed spending time with her family and making crafts. A funeral service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday Oct. 31, 2011, at the Jamieson & Yannucci Funeral Home by the Rev. Lincoln Robinson. Burial will follow at Miami Memorial Park, Covington. Visitation will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Trinity Church, 320 Larry St., Covington, OH 45318. Condolences to the family may be expressed jamiesothrough nandyannucci.com.

Thelma A. Monroe PIQUA — Thelma A. Monroe, 92, of Piqua, went home to be with her Lord at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at Upper Valley Medical Center, Troy. She was born in Darke County, Aug. 16, 1919, the daughter of the late Orville and Carrie P. (Bertram) Kennison. On June 11, 1997, in Piqua, she married George R. Monroe and he preceded her in death Sept. 8, 2011. Thelma is survived by four daughters and sonsin-law, Mary Jane Pearson, of Troy, Carolyn and Donnie Fiebiger, of Sidney, Kim and Wally Moore, of Auburndale, Fla., and Claire Oakes of Piqua; two sons and daughters-in-law, Dale and Debbie Knife, of Piqua, and Marion and Glenda Motter, of Crestview, Fla.; two stepsons, Douglas Monroe and Robert G. Monroe, both of Piqua; and one stepdaughter, Marianna Dulin, of Piqua. Twentyone grandchildren, 52 great-grandchildren and 10 great-greatgrandchildren also survive her. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruby Kemp and Treva Bertram; a son-in-law.

Neil Pearson; and a half brother, Francis Hoffman. Thelma was a member of Madison Avenue First Church of God, where Piqua, she was the first woman trustee of the church. She served as secretary of the former Piqua Council of Churches for 10 years and was also a Sunday school teacher and past president of the Missionary Society. Thelma worked at Val Decker Packing Co. for 13 years before retiring in 1980. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 4, 2011, at Madison Avenue First Church of God in Piqua by the Rev. Richard Smith. Burial will follow in Miami Memorial Park, Covington. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at MelcherSowers Funeral Home, Piqua. Memorial contributions may be made to Madison Avenue First Church of God, 922 Madison Avenue, Piqua, OH 45356. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.melcher-sowers.com.

Shelby County Sheriff’s deputies are continuing their investigation of a single-vehicle crash that occurred about 5:15 p.m. Wednesday in which a vehicle ran off Lockington Dam Road, went up an embankment and continued on through a stand of pine trees. The driver, Robert F. Brown, 61, 137 Leisure Court, told deputies at the scene he had blacked out and could not remember what happened. As he was being treated by a rescue squad at the scene, he appeared to be having a heart attack and was transported to WilBOTKINS — The Botkins Board of Education son Memorial Hospital. will meet in special session Monday to consider enDeputies say they believe the crash was caused by tering an option agreement to purchase land. an acute medical condition. The meeting will begin at 7 a.m. in the high The damaged trees are owned by Dave Fitzpatrick, school conference room. 9180 Lockington Dam Road.

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November Session The November session begins Tuesday. Register for classes and programs at the Y Welcome Center or online at www.sidney-ymca.org. Kids Night Out Kid’s Night Out will be held Friday 4 from 7 to 10 pm in the Kinetics Gym. Games, jumping on the trampoline, arts, crafts and movies are all part of this event for children ages 5-11. Fees are $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. Preschool P.J. Party Nov. 11 from 7 to 9 p.m., 3- to 6-year-old preschoolers are invited to the YMCA for Kinetics fun. They can wear their favorite pajamas, jump on the trampoline, swing on the bars, do a craft and watch a movie. Fees are $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers.


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Ohioans report errors in treasurer salary database BY JULIE CARR SMYTH Associated Press

Man convicted in ’67 slaying of girl TOLEDO (AP) — A man accused of snatching an Ohio teenager on her way home from school in 1967 and holding her captive for days in his basement before killing her was convicted Friday of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Robert Bowman, once a successful businessman, was found guilty of the death of 14-year-old Eileen Adams in his second trial, a case that had stumped investigators for more than four decades even after his ex-wife told police she saw the girl alive and “hanging like Jesus” in their basement. Bowman, 75, addressed Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gene Zmuda moments before the judge sentenced him and after hearing the victim’s sister describe how Adams’ death emotionally tore the family apart. “I recognize the pain and suffering I’ve just heard,” Bowman said. But “I’m not responsible for that. I feel no remorse.” The teenager was sexually assaulted, tied up and a nail was driven into the back of her head before her body was dumped in southern Michigan, prosecutors said. The high school freshman was either strangled or died from a blow to the head that cracked her skull.

Medical marijuana ballot language approved COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says a group seeking to legalize medical marijuana has met initial requirements toward putting the measure before voters in 2012. DeWine recently said the group submitted a fair and truthful statement to describe the issue on the ballot, as well as the required 1,000 valid voter signatures. The proposed “Ohio Alternative Treatment Amendment” faces review by the Ohio Ballot Board

before supporters can start gathering signatures that would secure placement on the ballot. Issues require about 385,000 signatures to make the ballot. The coalition is one of two groups trying to put separate medical marijuana amendments before voters. DeWine in September rejected a proposal by the Ohio Coalition for Medical Compassion, saying the group failed to properly summarize the issue for the ballot.

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parency Project” includes praise for the improved access — “Very powerful reporting. Keep up the good work” — as well as about 50 complaints among the more than 100 messages received by email, regular mail and telephone. Records reflect anger over privacy, politics, and a host of individual inaccuracies — a retiree listed as a current worker, a misstated job title, and inflated salary figures by including overtime, summer pay for teachers or sick time payouts. One complainant said the site listed his daughter’s stipend for graduate school as if it were state worker pay. School district treasurers and a university professors’ union were among those asking that their information be pulled, or the site shut

down, due to broader inaccuracies. “I do understand the need to make this information public, however, I would think that you would not want to cause harm to public employers by disseminating ininformation,” correct wrote Marsha Clark, treasurer of East Holmes Local School District in Berlin. She said listings for her district are outdated and overstate salaries by more than $1.6 million. Jeff Karem, president of the Cleveland State University chapter of the American Association of University Professors, said Mandel’s site overstates Karem’s salary by $10,000 and one of his colleagues’ by $20,000 — giving “reason to believe that other public workers’ salaries are misrepresented.”

Pentagon critical Dad, mom indicted of rape investigation in child death case RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Military criminal investigators, sexual assault advocacy workers and unit commanders at Camp Lejeune responded inadequately and incompletely after a Marine’s rape complaint against a member of her unit who murdered her months later, according to a report released Friday. The report by the Defense Department’s inspector general criticized failures to follow up after Marine Cpl. Maria Lance Lauterbach reported she was sexual assaulted by then-Cpl. Cesar Laurean. Laurean said he had consensual sex with Lauterbach, whom he helped supervise. Lauterbach, of Vandalia, Ohio, and Laurean, of Las Vegas, were personnel clerks in a combat logistics regiment. Lauterbach she later recanted her claim that Laurean impregnated her. DNA tests showed Laurean wasn’t the father. Laurean was convicted last year of killing Lauterbach with a crowbar and burying

OU students protest costumes COLUMBUS (AP) — An Ohio student group is asking its peers to avoid costumes based on racial or ethnic stereotypes this Halloween. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Students Teaching About Racism in Society at Ohio University has launched a campaign in advance of this weekend’s Halloween party, which draws tens of thousands of revelers to Athens. The campaign features five posters showing students holding up pictures of racially-insensitive costumes. One shows a white student in blackface and another a student dressed as an Arab suicide bomber. Other posters depict Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans. All of the posters show a member of the race being stereotyped holding the photos with text reading “We’re a culture, not a costume,” and “This is not who I am and this is not OK.”

her charred remains in the backyard of his offbase home. Lauterbach was about eight months pregnant when she died. Lauterbach’s mother, Mary, was briefed on the report Friday and believes that her daughter’s murder could have been avoided if the Marines and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service followed their own rules in investigating her rape claim, according to a statement issued by her Ohio attorney.

CINCINNATI (AP) — A prosecutor said Friday he will seek the death penalty against a Cincinnati father accused in the abuse death of his 2-year-old son, who was recently returned to his birth parents from foster care in a decision that triggered outrage and an independent review of the county’s social services agency. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph Deters announced grand jury indictments of Antrone Smith, 29, on counts of aggravated murder, murder and felonious assault. Smith was in jail Friday on $500,000 bond. A message seeking comment left for his attorney was not immediately returned. DeMarcus Jackson’s mother, 22-year-old Latricia Jackson, has been indicted on a child endangering count that could carry a possible sentence of up to three years in prison upon conviction. No attorney was listed for her in court records and no court appearance had been scheduled.

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LUCAS COUNTY Sheriff deputies escort Robert Bowman out of the courtroom after his sentencing, Friday in Toledo. Bowman, accused of snatching an Ohio teenager on her way home from school in 1967 and holding her captive for days in his basement before killing her, was convicted Friday of murder and sentenced to life in prison.

COLUMBUS (AP) — Visitors to the Ohio treasurer’s new search engine for public worker salaries have complained the site is riddled with errors and omissions, leading the office to repair existing data and change the way it presents wage information. Some constituents accuse Republican Treasurer and U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel, in records obtained by The Associated Press, of using the search tool to fuel antipathy toward government workers ahead of a Nov. 8 vote on Ohio’s divisive new collective bargaining law. “By doing it this way, in such close proximity to the campaign to repeal (the law), it seems as

though you are trying to pit the general public against those that serve them, thereby serving the agenda of the Republican party, and not the agenda of the public or yourself,” said a Sept. 1 email from Mike Kubec, who said he was an advocate of transparency but wanted the site to be taken down. Mandel spokesman Seth Unger said Mandel began the project before the collective bargaining law was passed. “We really started with a goal of allowing taxpayers to see how their money is being spent, and the fact that we’ve gotten over 1.3 million hits in that first month has shown that the public is overwhelmingly in favor of transparency and interested in this data,” Unger said. Feedback on Mandel’s “Treasurer’s Trans-


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Vaccine test for kids? WASHINGTON (AP) — Should the anthrax vaccine be tested in children? It will be a while longer before the government decides. An advisory board said Friday that ethical issues need to be resolved — but if that can be accomplished the vaccine can be tested in children to be sure it’s safe and to learn the proper dose in case it’s needed in a terrorist attack. Because of concerns that terrorists might use the potentially deadly bacteria, the government has stockpiled the vaccine. It has been widely tested on adults but never on children. The question is whether to do tests so doctors will know if children’s immune systems respond to the shots well enough to signal protection. The children would not be exposed to anthrax.

Obama campaigning WASHINGTON (AP) — Looking for a big-name speaker? Now may be the time to send President Barack Obama an invitation, especially if your group represents a key political constituency. Obama has been making the rounds of Washington’s awards dinners and blacktie galas this fall, donning a tuxedo or dark suit and heading to ballrooms across the nation’s capital to speak to organizations representing blacks, Hispanics, Jews, women and gays. This weekend, he adds ItalianAmericans to that list. With the 2012 campaign picking up steam and Obama struggling to recapture the enthusiasm of 2008, the president’s role as headline speaker has plenty of political undertones. He needs the well-connected, politically active leaders of these groups to help him motivate their members, raise money for his re-election and get people to show up to vote in next year’s election.

Succession changes LONDON (AP) — If Will and Kate’s first child is a girl, it’s now clear that she’ll probably become queen one day — and not even getting a little brother can mess that up. The Commonwealth countries agreed Friday to change centuries-old rules of succession that put sons on the throne ahead of any older sisters. So that hypothetical daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton — now known as Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge — would have a prime place in history: the first princess to beat out any younger brothers and accede to the throne.

OUT OF THE BLUE Firefigters get flu shot, parking tickets PITTSBURGH (AP) While firefighters in Pittsburgh were at City Hall getting flu shots, the trucks they parked outside were getting parking tickets. The trucks were parked for about 5 minutes Wednesday in permit-only spaces reserved for City Council members. But council President Darlene Harris denies any involvement. Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says the tickets never should have been issued. He says firefighters were encouraged to get flu shots to stay healthy. Firefighters union attorney Josh Bloom says they drove the trucks to City Hall so they could stay on duty.

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Many cities leaving Wall Street protesters alone BY MEGHAN BARR Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — While more U.S. cities are resorting to force to break up the Wall Street protests, many others — Philadelphia, New York, Minneapolis and Portland, Ore., among them — are content to let the demonstrations go on for now. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, for example, said Friday that the several hundred protesters sleeping in Zuccotti Park, the unofficial headquarters of the movement that began in mid-September, can stay as long as they obey the law. “I can’t talk about other cities,” he said. “Our responsibilities are protect your rights and your safety. And I think we’re trying to do that. We’re trying to act responsibly and safely.” Still, the city made life a lot harder for the demonstrators: Fire inspectors seized a dozen cans of gasoline and six generators that powered lights, cooking equipment and laptops, saying they were safety hazards. In the span of three days this week, police broke up protest encampments in Oakland, Calif., Atlanta and, early Friday, San Diego and Nashville, Tenn. State troopers in Nashville cracked down after authorities imposed a curfew on the protest. Twenty-nine people were arrested and later released after a judge said the demonstrators were not given enough time to comply with the brand-new rule. They received citations for trespassing instead.

SPEND said Marshal Cohen, chief industry analyst with market research firm The NPD Group. “The propensity is to spend.” The annual yield on sixmonth certificates of deposit was unchanged this week at 0.23 percent, according to Bankrate.com. Five years ago, it was 3.62 percent. If you put your money in the six-month CD today, you’d make about enough to buy a burger. Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, said the trend could mean more spending by Americans. But it will take robust personal spending — along with improvement in the depressed housing market — to get the economy going again. Ashworth said his firm is

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OCCUPY WALL Street protesters greet speakers during a brief sit-in outside the JP Morgan Chase headquarters on Park Avenue in New York on Friday. Nearly 400 Occupy Wall Street protesters carried what they said were 7,000 letters of complaint to offices of banks they accuse of corporate greed. Fifty-one people were arrested in San Diego, where authorities descended on a three-week-old encampment at the Civic Center Plaza and Children’s Park and removed tents, canopies, tables and other furniture. Officials there cited numerous complaints about human and animal feces, urination, drug use and littering, as well as damage to city property — problems reported in many other cities as well. Police said the San Diego demonstrators can return without their tents and other belongings after the park is cleaned up.

From Page 1 not too concerned with the decline in savings because it partly represents “a sharp decline in debt servicing costs.” In other words, low interest rates mean it’s cheaper to borrow money. The Fed began cutting interest rates four years ago at the start of the financial crisis. The rate cuts took the federal funds rate, the key for shortterm interest rates, from 5.25 percent down to near zero, where they have stayed since December 2008. The central bank has said it will keep rates super-low into 2013 as long as the economy stays weak. While that means low returns for savers, it is designed to encourage people and businesses to borrow more.

Protesters prepare for winter weather BY ERIKA NIEDOWSKI Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Wall Street protesters around the country who are vowing to stand their ground against the police and politicians are also digging in against a different kind of adversary: cold weather. With the temperature dropping, they are stockpiling donated coats, blankets and scarves, trying to secure cots and military-grade tents, and getting survival tips from the homeless people who have joined their encampments. “Everyone’s been calling it our Valley Forge moment,” said Michael McCarthy, a former Navy medic in Providence. “Everybody thought that George Washington couldn’t possibly survive in the Northeast.” More than a month and a half into the movement, Occupy Wall Street activists from New York to Colorado have pledged to tough out the snow, sleet and cold as they protest economic inequality and what they call corporate greed. But the dangers of staying outdoors in some of the country’s harsher climes are already becoming apparent: In Denver, two protesters were hospitalized with hypothermia this week during a storm that brought several inches of snow. The activists also know full well that the number of demonstrators is likely to drop as the weather gets colder. Some movements are scouting locations indoors, including vacant buildings or other unused properties, possibly even foreclosed homes, though some question the wisdom of holding a protest outside the public eye. Lighting campfires is probably out of the question in most places because of safety regulations. Boston’s Occupy movement, which has roughly 300 overnight participants and could face some of the most brutal weather of any city with a major encampment, has set up a winterization committee that will try to obtain super-insulated sleeping bags and other winter survival gear. Activists from the movement’s flagship encampment, consisting of hundreds of people in New York City’s Zuccotti Park, are sorting through packages arriving daily that include coats and jackets.

Off-the-cuff comments hurt Romney BY PHILIP ELLIOTT Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Mitt Romney may need a censor. For himself. In the last few weeks in Nevada, the man who owns several homes told the state hit tough by the housing crisis: “Don’t try and stop the foreclosure process. Let it run its course and hit the bottom.” At one point in Iowa, earlier this year, the former venture capitalist uttered, “Corporations are people,” with the country in the midst of a debate over Wall Street vs. Main Street. At an event in economically suffering Florida, the retiree — who is a multimillionaire many times over — told out-of-work voters, “I’m also unemployed.” Over the past year, the Republican presidential candidate has amassed a collection of off-the-cuff comments that expose his vulnerabilities and, taken together, cast him as out-of-touch with Americans who face staggering unemployment, widespread foreclosures and a dire outlook on the economy. So far, the foot-in-mouth remarks haven’t seemed to affect his standing in the

nomination race. Romney has run a far more cautious and disciplined campaign than his losing bid of four years ago. He’s kept the focus on his core message: He’s the strongest candidate able to beat President Barack Obama on the biggest issue of the campaign, the economy. He still enjoys leading positions in public opinion polls in early primary states and across the nation. Few, if any, of the other Republicans in the race have turned his remarks against him. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Romney’s chief rival with the money to prove it, is all but certain to try. Perry has already started suggesting that Romney lives a life of privilege while he comes from humble roots. In an interview Friday with CNN, another GOP candidate, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, painted Romney as “a perfectly lubricated weather vane on the important issues of the day.” And Romney’s eyebrowraising comments are tailormade for critical TV ads. Look no further than the Democratic Party and Obama’s advisers for proof of that. Each time Romney says

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REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney speaks during a town meeting in Manchester, N.H., Friday. something that makes even says a new ad by the Demohis closest aides grimace, De- cratic National Committee mocrats quickly put together that jumps on Romney’s forea Web video highlighting the closure remarks. remark — a preview of certain Romney’s team publicly lines of attack come the gen- dismisses their boss’s occaeral election should the for- sional loose lips, dismissing mer Massachusetts governor them as inconsequential to win the nomination. voters focused on an unem“Mitt Romney’s message to ployment rate hovering Arizona? You’re on your own,” around 9 percent.


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This Evening • The Sidney-Shelby County Chess Club, Checkmates, meets at 7 p.m. at the library at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community. All skill levels are welcome. For more information, call 497-7326. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Saturday Night Live, meets at 8 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St.

Sunday Afternoon • The Catholic Adult Singles Club meets for miniature golf in St. Marys. For information, call (419) 678-8691.

Sunday Evening • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Never Alone, Never Again, meets at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 320 E. Russell Road.

Monday Afternoon • Sidney Rotary Club meets at noon at CJ’s Highmarks. For more information on activities or becoming a member, contact Scott Barhorst at 4920823. • The New Knoxville Community Library hosts Storytime for children 3, 4 and 5 and not yet in kindergarten from 1 to 1:30 p.m.

Monday Evening • The New Knoxville Community Library hosts Storytime for children 3, 4 and 5 and not yet in kindergarten from 6 to 6:30 p.m. • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Vision of Hope, group meets at 7 p.m. at Russell Road Christian Center, 340 W. Russell Road. • Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program for anyone desiring to stop eating compulsively, meets at 7 p.m. at Hillcrest Baptist Church, 1505 S. Main St., Bellefontaine. • Sidney Boy Scout Troop 97 meets at 7 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ. All new members are welcome. For more information, call Tom Frantz at 492-7075. • TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly) meets at 7 p.m. at Faith Alliance Church, New Knoxville Road, New Bremen.

Tuesday Morning • The F.J. Stallo Memorial Library of Minster will host Storytime for children 3, 4 and 5 from 10:30 to 11 a.m.

Tuesday Afternoon • The Narcotics Anonymous group, Addicts at Work, meets at noon at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 120 W. Water St. • Homework Help for grades 1 through 5 at the Amos Memorial Public Library, 230 E. North St., from 3:30 to 5 p.m.

Tuesday Evening • Head, Neck and Oral Cancer Support Group for patients and care givers meets at St. Rita’s Regional Cancer Center in the Garden Conference Room from 5 to 6:30 p.m. For more information, call (419) 227-3361. • PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meets at 6 p.m. in the second floor board room of the Public Service Building on the OSU/Rhodes campus, 4240 Campus Drive, Lima. For information, call (419) 581-6065, e-mail pflag_lima@yahoo.com. • The New Bremen Public Library hosts Storytime for all ages at 6:30 p.m. • Asthma Awareness educational classes will be at Joint Township District Memorial Hospital, St. Marys, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Free. (419) 394-3335, ext. 2004. • Minster Veterans of Foreign Wars meets at 6:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, S. Cleveland Street, Minster. A meeting follows the meal. • The Colon Cancer Support Group meets from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Troy Christian Church, 1440 E. State Route 55, Troy. (937) 440-4820. • The Tri-County Computer Users Group meets at 7 p.m. at the Dorothy Love Retirement Community Amos Center Library and computer area. The meeting is open to anyone using computers and there is no charge. 492-8790.

October is Fire Prevention Month. The Sidney Department of Fire & Emergency Services provided the following information: “Most people don’t realize just how fast and smoke flames spread in a fire scenario,” said Deputy Fire Chief Rick Simon. “They assume they have more time to escape than they really do. It’s a mistake that could prove deadly. That’s why if you hear the smoke alarm or see flames, it’s essential that you get out fast!” The scenario might be as follows: 0 — Contents of a wastebasket burst into flames. 30 seconds — Fire ignites a nearby couch. 1 minute, 4 seconds — Polyurethane cushioning from the couch melts, spreading fire to the carpet. Smoke and toxic gases start to fill the living room. 1 minute, 47 seconds — Smoke starts to move to the second floor. 3 minutes, 3 seconds — The temperature in the living room exceeds 500 degrees. At this point, no one in this room could survive. 3 minutes, 41 seconds — Flashover! Everything in the living room suddenly ignites. The temperature is now more than 1,400 degrees. The living room windows break out and the entire room fills with flames, forcing smoke and toxic gases throughout the house. The upstairs hallways and stairs are now impassable. 4 minutes, 33 seconds — Flames climb up the side of the house,

enter the upstairs windows, and spread to the second floor between the walls. The fire spreads so rapidly that firefighters may not be able to rescue anyone trapped inside. During Fire Prevention Month, the Sidney Department of Fire & Emergency Services reminds residents they can plan ahead and equip their homes with prevention and protection systems to pay attention to potential fire hazards in a home. Escape Planning — According to an NFPA survey, less than onefourth of Americans have both developed and practiced a home fire escape plan and those that have a plan do not practice it. Smoke Alarms — Almost all U.S. homes have at least one smoke alarm, but roughly twothirds of home fire deaths happen in homes with no smoke alarms or working smoke no alarms even though working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half. Cooking — Cooking equipment is the leading cause of home structure fires and associated injuries, and was tied for the third leading cause of home fire deaths. Unattended cooking was, by far, the leading cause of these fires. Households using electric ranges have a higher risk of fires than those using gas ranges. Between 2005 and 2009, cookingrelated home fires causing an average 390 deaths and $771 million in property damage. Heating — Fires in-

volving heating equipment peak in December, January, and February, as do deaths from these fires. Overall, home fires and home fire deaths are also more common in the cooler months of the year. Heating equipment was the second leading cause of all reported home fires and home fire deaths. The leading factor contributing to heating equipment fires was failure to clean, principally creosote from solid fueled heating equipment, primarily chimneys. Smoking Materials —The risk of dying in a home structure fire caused by smoking materials rises with age. U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 18,900 smoking-related home fires each year between 2005-2009, causing an average of 660 deaths, 1,270 injuries, and $492 million in property damage. Electrical — Fortyone percent of home electrical fires involved electrical distribution or lighting equipment. Fifty-three percent of home electrical fires involved other known types of equipment, including ranges, washers/dryers, fans, and space heaters. Candles — On average, there are 35 home candle fires reported per day. Roughly two-fifths of these fires started in the bedroom. More than half of all candle fires start when things that can burn are too close to the candle. During 20052009, candles caused 140 home fire deaths, 1,040 home fire injuries, and $471 million in property damage.

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Dr. Robert Lanfersieck of Oceanside California will be visiting his hometown Sidney the week of October 30th. His niece, Connie Schiff would like to invite friends, family, and former patients to an Open House being held in his honor. He will greet guests on November 3rd. from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Schiff residence, 1406 Westwood Drive, Sidney.

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Haas marks 95 years Mary Inez Haas, of Sidney, will celebrate her 95th birthday Nov. 6, 2011, with an open house at Fair Haven Shelby County Home, Sidney from 1 to 2:30 p.m. She was born Nov. 6, 1916, in Carroll County, a daughter of the late Edgar I. and Inez Mabel (Kincade) Roby. She has five deceased brothers: Wilbur, Clyde, George, John and Charles. Her husband, Howard, is deceased. They were married Jan. 26, 1946. She has one son and daughter-in-law, Keith and Karla Haas, of Jackson Center; two granddaughters and g r a n d s o n s - i n - l a w, Danielle and Jeff Davis, of Ft. Loramie, and Tara and Adam Rohr, of North Lewisburg; and three great-grandchildren, Elliott and Tatum Davis and Olivia Rohr. Haas retired as a bookkeeper from Haas Brothers in Jackson Center and enjoys reading and visiting with friends. She is a member of the Jackson Center United Methodist Church and was formerly active in the Garden Club, American Club, American Legion Auxiliary and Jackson Center Historical Society. Cards may be sent to 2901 Fair Road, Sidney, OH 45365.

Heintz Memorial Seth BodenScholarship; the miller, a graduMath Academic ate of Jackson Award; the EngCenter High atlish Academic tends Bowling Award; the Green State Honda Math University. Award; and the Bodenmiller, U.S. Achievethe son of Fred ment Academy and Christina Bodenmiller National Award. Bodenmiller, of Bodenmiller Jackson Center, plans to major in sec- has been a delegate at ondary education with a Buckeye Boys’ State and was placed in Who’s math emphasis. He was valedictorian Who Among Outstandand received the follow- ing Students. His high school activing scholarships and awards: the BGSU Cen- ities included Academia, baseball, tennial Scholarship and basketball, the Pride Scholarship; band and Spanish club. the Elks National Asso- He was also student ciation Scholarship; the council vice president, Jackson Center 4-H National Honor Society Scholarship, Academia treasurer, junior class Scholarship, Athletic treasurer, senior class Boosters Scholar Ath- treasurer, homecoming lete Scholarship, Staff attendant and was on Levi-Strauss Scholar- the prom court. He has also been part ship and the Student Council Scholarship; of the Shelby County The Lucy Jenkins Me- Livestock 4-H club and morial Scholarship; the Christ the King youth Plastipak Packaging group. He worked as a natuScholarship; the Robert Grubbs Memorial Schol- ral resource specialist at arship; the Roger Indian Lake State Park.

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Trick or t-Wee-t Levi Bey (right), dressed as a knight, receives a pack of goodies from Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities Wee School Director Lisa Slonecker as he trick-or-treats through the school with his mother, Paula Bey, of Fort Loramie. Levi was born prematurely and weighed 2 pounds, 8 ounces. Now 2, he has made great strides in his development.

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ABARCA Costa MORAVIA, Rica — Jonathan and April Abarca, of Moravia, Costa Rica, announce the birth of a daughter, Summer Elizabeth, Oct. 3, 2011, at 1:20 p.m., at home. She weighed 7 pounds and was 19.7 inches long. Her maternal grandparents are Tom and Sherri Ward, of Sidney. Her paternal grandparents are Kattia and Kevin McElreath, of Maysville, Ga., and the late Orlando Abarca. Her great-grandparents are Roy and Carol Asbury, Barbara Ward, all of Sidney, and Mario Jimenez and Elsie Perez, Celia Barrantes, all of Costa Rica. Her mother is the former April Ward, of Sidney. NOAH — MAPLEWOOD Cari Beth and Jeff Noah, of Maplewood, announce

the birth of a son, Jack Johnston Noah, Oct. 5, 2011, at 4:15 p.m. in the Copeland-Emerson Family Birth Center at Wilson Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 7.2 ounces, and was 22 inches long. He was welcomed home by his sister, Abby, 5. His maternal grandparents are Marsha and Scott Hinsch Jr., of New Albany. His paternal grandparents are Jan and Harry Noah, of Maplewood. His great-grandparents are Scott Hinsch Sr., of Sidney, and Lois Coe, of Mount Vernon. His mother is the former Cari Beth Hinsch, of Sidney. HALL Jason and Joy Hall, of Sidney, announce the birth of a son, Wyatt Scott Hall, Sept. 6, 2011, at 5:44 p.m. in the Copeland-Emerson Family Birth Center at Wil-

Kiwanis names teen of month The Sidney Noon Kiwanis Club has named Bethany Reister its October 2011 Teen of the Month. Reister is the daughter of Dave and Mary Jo Reister. She is a senior

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son Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 1/2 ounce, and was 20 1/2 inches long. He was welcomed home by his brother, Chase, 5. His maternal grandparents are Urb Naseman and Peggy Tune, both of Sidney. His paternal grandparents are Jeff and Tina Hall, of Sidney. His great-grandparents are Shirley Johnson, Don and Darlene Hall and Larry and Florence Wiford, all of Sidney. His mother is the former Joy Naseman, of Houston.

DEEL DUBLIN — Ray and Julie Deel, of Dublin, announce the birth of a daughter, Ava Elizabeth Deel, Oct. 13, 2011, at 7:49 p.m. in Dublin Methodist Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces, and was 21 1/2 inches long. Her maternal grandparents are Richard and Marcia Grigg, of Sidney. Her paternal grandparents are Ray and Pat Deel, of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Her mother is the former Julie Grigg, of Sidney.

The Historic Sidney Theatre will screen a Halloween film Monday and invites audience members to attend in costume. The audience will help judge the best costume of the evening and a prize will be awarded. “Night of the Living Dead” will begin at 8 p.m. General admission tickets are $3 at the door. Concessions will be available for purchase. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to feature. “Some people love horror films and others don’t. Some people just cover their eyes”, said Mardie Milligan, president of Raise the Roof. “This is an interesting film for those loving horror films and also those who love this genre of fright film.” When the film was released in 1968, it was completed on a $114,000 budget and grossed nearly $30 million worldwide. Directed by George A Romero, audiences and critics at the time considered it shocking because of its graphic content. Even though special effects were simple because of budget constraints, the end results were dramatic. Filmed in the remote area near Evans City, Pa., between June and December 1967 a lot of special effects were improvised. Monday, prior to the start of the film “Night of the Living Dead” there will be two film shorts: “The Phantom Creeps” starring Bela Lugosi and a cartoon, “Jasper in a Jam.”

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Ply Gem part of ‘extreme makeover’ Brown’s staff to host small biz seminar for Joplin tornado victims CARY, N.C. — Seven homes were built in seven days as ABC’s Emmyaward winning reality TV show, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” headed to Joplin, Mo., to help rebuild the tornado-stricken town in one of the largest projects in the show’s history. Ply Gem, a leading manufacturer of exterior building products for the residential construction market, with a manufacturing plant in Sidney, supplied complete exteriors for each of the seven homes through application of The Designed Exterior by Ply Gem. This build will mark the show’s 200th episode and will air in early 2012. The Designed Exterior by Ply Gem is a complete

exterior home solution with low maintenance products from one manufacturer, including windows, patio doors, manufactured stone and brick, siding, accents, accessories, fence and rail. The products are intended to work together to create various architecturally inspired home styles such as the seven for this build: Cabin, Beach, Eco, Chic, Modern, Craftsman and Bohemian. The homes were outfitted with energy efficient windows for indoor air comfort, low maintenance siding tested to withstand strong winds, and low maintenance stone or brick veneer. “Each of these seven homes will have its own

look and feel, but all seven designs were made possible by one manufacturer, Ply Gem,” said Diane Korman, senior producer, prior to the build. “Ply Gem not only provided product, but worked with us to design exteriors that are personalized to each family’s story. The Designed Exterior by Ply Gem is the perfect fit, allowing the individual character and hope of each of these families to shine through the neighborhood.” The seven homes are for seven families who were affected by the tornado that tore through Joplin in May 2011, killing approximately 160 people and destroying nearly 8,000 homes. Some of the Joplin families lost

friends, some lost children, and all lost their homes. Each of the seven homes that were built week was inspired by the personality of a specific family. One family in particular, the Howard family, was surprised with a live door-knock by “Good Morning America’s” weather anchor, Sam Champion. The show will follow the build throughout the process. “The construction of these homes is one step in rebuilding the lives of families who have suffered incomprehensible loss, but who are also looking toward a new future,” said John Stephenvice president, son, corporate marketing and Ply communications, Gem.

Chamber membership saves on workers’ comp premiums For many years members of the SidneyShelby County Chamber of Commerce have been singing the praises of the chamber’s workers’ compensation group rating and group retro-rating programs. In 2011, 72 participating chamber-member companies saved a combined $385,000 on their workers’ compensation group and group retro premiums. In 2011, the maximum discount offered by the Ohio Buof Workers’ reau Compensation to the safest employers in the state was 51 percent. Recently, the BWC announced that it is re-

viewing all rating plans, discounts and stacking options available to employers. It is expected the BWC will increase discounts available and provide additional options for employers to utilize. “Participation in our workers’ comp grouprating program is just one of many benefits of membership in the Sidney-Shelby County Chamber of Commerce,” said Jeff Raible, president of the local business association. “For participating members, the savings realized on their workers’ comp premiums in most cases far exceed the investment in a

chamber membership. Large and small employers alike are saving significantly and being rewarded by the state for maintaining a safe workplace.” Area businesses interested in receiving a nocost-no-obligation quote on what they can save are encouraged to visit the chamber website and complete the online group rating application form. This form can be found at www.SidneyShelbyChamber.com/ member_benefits.asp or by calling the chamber. After submitting the form, a representative from CareWorks Consultants, the chamber’s

workers’ compensation partner, will follow up with a customized proposal. If enrolled, membership with the Sidney-Shelby County Chamber is required to participate. Questions may be directed to the chamber or Jason Bainum with CCI who can be reached at (800) 837-3200, ext. 7114, jason.bainum@ccor itpa.com.

categories, including growth, planning excellence, new product promotions, employee training and IMARK committee participation. IMARK made a special note about the success that Dickman Supply has had in assisting hundreds of customers to achieve significant energy savings in their facility, and earn significant tax deductions and utility rebates through their Green Energy Solutions division. “At Dickman Supply we have always strived to bring the highest value to our customers, and thankfully the criteria for IMARK’s Member of the Year award happen to mirror our philosophies. To be rec-

ognized as No. 1 compared to the many other outstanding electrical distributors across the nation really speaks to the job that Dickman people work hard to do every day,” said Dickman Supply President Tim Geise. “I’m proud of every one of them and their accomplishments.” Dickman Supply is an electrical and industrial wholesaler headquartered in Sidney with locations also in Greenville and Celina. Representing more than 400 manufacturers, they provide solutions for industrial and electrical product applications for commercial/industrial facilities and contractors throughout western Ohio and eastern Indiana.

budget cuts have slashed funding for the Senior Commmunity Service Employment Program 45 percent over last year, so there are long waiting lists for services. That makes Anthony’s achievements even more vital to both seniors and employers.” A nonprofit organization, Experience Works offers community service and employment service in Ohio, 29 other states and Puerto Rico through the Senior Community Service Employment Program.

Listed are Friday’s stock market prices at closing for firms in the Sidney-Shelby County area traded on the major markets. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Week Chng. +0.23 Alcoa Inc.............11.57 (PF of Alcoa Building Products, Stolle Machinery) -0.19 Appld Ind. Tech..33.98 +0.07 BP PLC ADR......45.50 Citigroup ............34.16 -0.01 DPL Co. ..............30.36 -0.03 Emerson Elec. ....49.61 -0.53 (PF of Copeland Corp. Division) -0.54 Griffon Corp. ........9.95 (PF of Clopay Corp.) H&R Block Inc...15.44 +0.16 +0.38 Honda Motor .....32.55 Ill. Toolworks .....49.13 -0.05 (Parent company of Peerless) JC Penney Co.....33.08 -0.31 (Store in Piqua) JP Morgan Chase36.69 -0.33 (Former Bank One, Sidney) -0.04 Kroger Co. ..........23.45 (PF of Kroger) +0.24 Meritor ...............10.24

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE This Chng. Week Lear Corp ...........47.60 -2.09 (PF of C.H. Masland) -0.22 McDonalds Corp.93.29 Radio Shack .......12.25 +0.34 +1.18 Sherwin-Wllms ..84.24 +0.09 Sprint ...................2.72 Thor Industries..28.89 +0.26 (PF of Airstream Inc.) Time Warner Inc.35.47 -0.33 (PF of Time Warner Cable) -0.19 U.S. Bancorp ......26.03 (Former Star Bank of Sidney) -0.32 Walgreen Co.......33.81 Walmart Stores .57.15 -0.66 -0.09 Wendy’s Int. Inc. ..5.09 YUM! Brands.....54.14 -0.25 (PF of Taco Bell, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pizza Hut) OVER THE COUNTER Bob Evans ..........34.07 -0.38 -0.18 Fifth Third ........12.31 0 Peoples Bank .......8.00

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in Wapakoneta, and his office serves Shelby County. “We’re very proud to recognize Anthony Wells’s outstanding efforts to assist older individuals who desperately need to find jobs,” said Billy Wooten, executive director of program operations for Experience Works. “The current economic situation has forced many older people to look for employment, and Anthony is dedicated to helping them retool and re-enter the workforce. Unfortunately, recent federal

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Wells recognized for efforts LIMA — Experience Works, the nation’s largest nonprofit training and employment organization for older workers, has honored Anthony Well, of Lima, for his outstanding service to local older workers. Wells recently received the organization’s Changing Lives award, which recognizes his efforts to help low-income, older workers obtain the training they need to find good jobs in their communities. Wells is employment and training coordinator

programs with the Small Business Administration, energy incentives for businesses and increasing export sales. The seminar will be Friday at 10 a.m. (registration is at 9:30 a.m.) at Gandhi Auditorium, Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University, 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway. Those interested in participating should reply to (216) or email 522-7272 Brown_RSVP@brown.se nate.gov.

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IMARK awards Dickman ‘Member of the Year’ Employees of Dickman Supply were recently informed that they have received IMARK’s “Member of the Year” award for 2011. The award was presented during the closing banquet at the annual IMARK conference in Palm Springs, Calif. IMARK Group Inc. is a member-owned marketing group made up of more than 1,100 independently owned electrical distributors throughout the entire United States, representing the largest electrical distribution entity in the country. Each year, IMARK awards its Member of the Year award to the distributor who scores highest on an objective point scale of

DAYTON — Small businesses looking to learn more about federal resources available to them can join members of U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown’s staff, the Internal Revenue Service, the Small Business Administration (SBA), the U.S. Export Assistance Center, and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) at a seminar in Dayton. Topics will include new tax incentives for small businesses, loan

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Christmas tree festival planned BOE chooses site new Visitors’ Center and focus on doing something special there for the holiday season. Every interested business, organization, family, child and adult is asked to display a tree or other Christmas decoration that depicts their individual interest. This display will be opened to the public Dec. 1 at the town lighting and remain there throughout the holiday season. With the Chamber of Commerce located in the building, the public will have access to viewing during the regular

chamber hours. There also will be an open house on Dec. 4 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Various times will be availto assemble able displays during the last two weeks of November. Displays should be completed by Nov. 30. The public will be invited to vote on the displays and prizes will be awarded. Voting will be done by placing donations into receptacles at each display. All donations will be used toward the Lockkeeper’s House. Organizers hope to

get the same enthusiasm and cooperation for the Christmas Tree Festival as there is for the annual Pumpkin People. Those who do not have access to an extra tree should still contact organizers, who will attempt to help find one. They are hoping to make this an annual event and the tree could be used year after year. To reserve a space or for any questions, contact Diane Paul, (419) 629-2856 or rdpaul@nkor Barb telco.net; Ziegenbusch, (419) 6292623, bz222@nktelco.net by Nov. 15.

Annual meeting set for Thursday WAPAKONETA — The Auglaize County Historical Society will host its ann u a l meeting on Thursday at the S t . Selby Joseph Church Parish Life Center, Blackhoof and Pearl Streets. The business portion of the meeting will be at 7 p.m., with a special presentation, “Ohio Women and the Civil War Home Front,” at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Speaker for the evening will be Dr. Kelly D. Selby, assistant professor at Walsh University, where she teaches

American, Civil War, and women’s history. She pursued her research interests in the history of 19th-century war and society at Kent State University, earning her doctorate in 2008. Selby recently served on the CW 150 interpretive committee for the Ohio Historical Society. Ohio’s political and military importance to the Union victory are

widely known, but often less understood is the vital contribution made by the state’s female population. This presentation demonstrates the importance of Ohio’s women by exploring their wartime activities on the home front, including the Soldiers Aid Societies and the Sanitary Fairs. Historical Society administrator Rachel Barber said, “We know that

the Civil War is a subject of great interest to many local residents, and Dr. Selby’s presentation will provide a new perspective on this pivotal chapter in American history.” Dr. Selby’s appearance is made possible by a grant from the Ohio Humanities Council. For more information, contact the Auglaize County Historical Society at (419) 394-7069 or (419) 738-9328.

demic wing, both of which involved relocating storm water retention utilities and delivery service. The board also passed resolutions requesting state approval for issuance of $13.5 million in bonds and informing the Auglaize County auditor of plans to place a levy on the primary ballot. The board reviewed the district’s five-year financial plan showing total revenue of $8.49 million and total expenditures of $8.52 million and learned the October pupil count in grades K12 totals 854 students, a decrease of 10 students from the 2010-11 school year. The board also authorized the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Council to seek bids for a new bus and accepted the resignation of Chad Williams as junior high football coach due to a conflict with his assistant football coaching contract. John Basinger attended his first meeting as interim superintendent.

Health fair to be held at YMCA MINSTER — The Grand Lake Health System presents the Fall Family Health Fair Nov. 5 at the New Bremen/Minster Family YMCA, 04075 Wuebker Road, Minster. The health fair will be held from 8 to 11 a.m. and will offer various free health screenings such as osteoporosis, eye, blood pres-

sure, foot, Dermascan, glucose, body composition, chair massages, reflexology and flu shots. A variety of blood tests will be available at nominal fees as follows: complete blood count, $10; hemoglobin A1C for diabetics, $25; chemistry panel (includes glucose), $25; PSA screening, $35; thyroid screening, $40;

total iron, $10; lipid cardiovascular risk assessment, $20; C - Reactive protein (high sensitivity), $20; vitamin D screening, $35; and flu shot, $25. For more information on the health fair and/or blood tests, contact Anne Larger, community outreach coordinator at (419) 394-3335, ext. 1128.

WAPAKONETA — The United Way of Auglaize County will once again this year help Auglaize County families obtain and file applications for The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) which is a federally

funded program designed to help low income Ohioans meet the high costs of home heating. Applications for the 2011-12 Regular HEAP program will be accepted from now through May 31. The total household

income of an applicant must be at or below 200 percent of 2011 federal poverty guidelines. To pick up an application or to schedule an appointment to file one, contact The United Way of Auglaize County office at (419) 739-7717.

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NEW BREMEN — Board of Education members have chosen the likely location for a new K-8 school building. The proposed twostory building would be constructed west of the existing high school off Ohio 274. A connector would join the two buildings with seventh- and eighth-grade students sharing areas for music, art, physical education and science/technology classes with high school students. Board members also approved a resolution declaring the intention to accept Ohio School FaCommission cilities funds for the project. Cost of the new building is approximately $20.2 million with $6.85 million coming from the Ohio Commission and $13.5 million from taxpayers, if a bond issue is approved by voters. The board intends to place an issue before taxpayers at the March, 2012 election. Other possible locations were south of the high school gym or south of the high school aca-

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HOROSCOPE

BY FRANCIS DRAKE What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. For Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You might feel rebellious today, especially with bosses, parents and teachers. Don’t let the last straw make you quit your day job. Easy does it. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Travel plans will be interrupted, canceled or delayed today. Ditto for classes and anything having to do with higher education. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Keep an eye on issues related to banking, shared property and inheritances; expect a few surprises in these areas. (Oops.) CANCER

(June 21 to July 22) Relations with close friends and partners might be a bit rocky today because others are rebellious. They probably will say or do something you least expect. (Run for cover!) LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Your job will be interrupted by computer crashes, power outages, fire drills or breakdowns in equipment. Staff shortages and canceled appointments are likely as well. (Oh dear.) VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) This is an accidentprone day for your children, so be extra vigilant. Romance could spring a few surprises on you as well. Parties and sports could be delayed or changed due to surprise events. Guard against accidents. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Small appliances might break down at home today, or minor breakages could occur. Be patient with family

members in order to keep the peace. (You’ll be glad you did.) SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) This is an accidentprone day for your sign, so slow down and take it easy. Be extra watchful about what you say and do. Guard against saying something you’ll later regret. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Keep an eye on your money and possessions today. You might find money; you might lose money. Guard against loss or theft of your possessions. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You feel rebellious today! Because of this, you might say something hasty or do something rash that you’ll later regret. (You don’t want to end up with egg on your face.) AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) You feel restless today. You have that feeling that you’re waiting for the other shoe to

drop. Avoid knee-jerk reactions or doing something regrettable. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) A friend will surprise you today. Alternatively, you might meet someone who is a real character. Either way — it’s not a boring day. In fact, group meetings (large or small) might be called to spearhead reform or rebel against something. YOU BORN TODAY Your success is due to your self-confidence. You’re multitalented, and you know how to handle others. Your management style directs others and, at the same time, is open to suggestion. You’re resourceful about exploring opportunities. In the next year, something you’ve been involved with for about nine years will end or diminish to make room for something new. Birthdate of: Christopher Columbus, explorer/navigator; Henry Winkler, actor; Grace Slick, singer.

Your family, you need each other DR. WALhome full time LACE: I am in on a trial basis, a children’s or I could rehome as a ward main here for of the state bethe time being cause I couldn’t and continue to stand all the visit my family fighting that on the weekwas going on ends. I love my between my very ’Tween family parents and my much, but 12 & 20 while at this brothers and Dr. Robert sisters. I’m 15 home I have acWallace and have been a quired here for nine boyfriend. It’s months. I go home and my first one, and I visit on weekends, and would hate to leave things seem to be bet- him. He said if we part ter. now that we will never Now my social get back together. I worker has told me don’t know if this is that I could return true or not. I’m really

torn and don’t know what to do. I need your advice, and please don’t print my city or state. — Nameless. NAMELESS: I can understand your dilemma and after much thought, I think you should return home to your family and hope things go well at home. It’s important for a family to be together, if they can work in harmony. You need your family, and your family needs you. See if your parents can arrange for you to meet with your boyfriend occasionally. You both can communi-

cate by phone, mail or email. Leaving him doesn’t mean that you will never see one another again. Dr. Robert Wallace welcomes questions from readers. Although he is unable to reply to all of them individually, he will answer as many as possible in this column. Email him at rwallace@galesburg.net . To find out more about Dr. Robert Wallace and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at www.creators.com.

BY FRANCIS DRAKE What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. For Monday, Oct. 31, 2011 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Although you might feel sorry for someone today, don’t give away the farm. It’s important to have a healthy self-interest right now, just to protect yourself. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Relations with others might be disappointing. But you have to ask yourself if your expectations were realistic. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Confusion on the job or confusion related to your health is likely today. If you suspect that someone is stringing you along, you might be right! CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Romance is spiritually sensitive and, at the same time, possibly disappointing. Remember: Unexpressed expectations almost always lead to disappointment. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Be kind to a family member who wants to solicit your sympathy. Nevertheless, don’t be a sucker. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Don’t worry if you spend a lot of time daydreaming today. Sometimes we just need to fantasize a lot for our mental health. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Be careful about financial matters today. Someone could deceive you or hide some facts. Count your change. Check your bill. Be aware. SCORPIO

(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) This is a classic day to fall in love with somebody from afar or even from a movie! It’s as if you’re wearing your heart on your sleeve and you want to experience these emotions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Secrets might come out today. If so, be discreet. Guard someone else’s secret as you would want him or her to guard yours. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) A friend might ask you for your help today. If so, remember true generosity is giving what is needed. So if someone asks for something that is not necessary, don’t fall for it! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Relations with parents, bosses and teachers are confusing today. One reason they might be confused is because you are developing a crush on your boss! (Or teacher.) PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) Because your appreciation of beauty is heightened today, give yourself a chance to enjoy beautiful architecture, museums, galleries and lovely parks. A teacher might inspire you today as well. YOU BORN TODAY You have a gentle exterior, but underneath, you are brave and resolute. In fact, some of you become involved in combat. You have the mind of a sleuth and are not afraid of calculated risks. It’s important to be appreciated by others. You have an exciting year to look forward to, because the year ahead is the beginning of a new cycle for you. Open any door! Birthdate of: Tom Paxton, singer/songwriter; Van Winkle Robert (Vanilla Ice), rapper/TV host; John Candy, actor/comedian.

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LOCAL NEWS

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Inquiring What are you dressing Photographer up as this Halloween?

Amy Bellmer 14, of Sidney, Daughter of Bonnie and Jim Bellmer

Malachi Burton

Allison Michael

Nickolas Hughes

7, of Sidney Son of Heather Burton and Shane Neves

10, of Sidney Daughter of Maggie Strunk

8, of Sidney Son of Frankie Hughes

Nevaeh Jones 5, of Sidney Daughter of Marie Strunk

Trinnity Brown

Courtney Osborne

5, of Sidney Son of Sarah Doak and Matthew Brown

15, of Sidney Daughter of Carl Osborne and Karen Osborne

“Elvira because I “I will be wrapped wanted to.” “Zombie Punk “Spiderman bein a green blanket “Clone trooper off Rocker. I just like cause he’s amazing.” “Hatchet Man out “Go Go Girl. My passing out candy so of Star Wars. They’re zombies.” of ICP.” mom liked the outfit I’m going to be the cool.” and she thought it Hungry Caterpillar would look cute.” because it’s a blanket and it’s warm.”

Text and photos by Luke Gronneberg

Edison public lecture to VILLAGE CONNECTION focus on water issues Osgood PIQUA — Edison Community College will host a public lecture series event dealing with the issues surrounding safe drinking water in our communities on Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Edison Theater of the Piqua campus. The lecture, “Middle Great Miami River Watershed Alliance: Making Our Drinking Water Better,” will provide a community discussion of how

water is shaping our lives every day in this region. Scott Phillips, executive producer and host of the PBS series “The American Woodshop,” as well as a lifelong Miami County resident, will moderate this event that features Jeff Lange of Protecting our Water-Ways (POWW), Don Freisthler of the city of Piqua CAC and Linda Ratterman of Miami County Soil and Water.

The lecture series will be offered in four installments, two in the fall and two in the spring, each lasting an hour or less. The sessions are open to all and everyone is encouraged to attend and participate. Topics will range from local to global matters focusing on everything from nutrition to exotic forms of music to the impact that pesticides have on our region’s ground water.

• The Osgood American Legion will have a Halloween party for children in third grade and younger Sunday. Doors open at 12:15 p.m. Judging will start at 12:30. All children will receive candy. • The next recycling drive will be Nov. 5 from 9 to 11 a.m. Items taken are newspapers, catalogs and magazines placed in paper bags, tied up or in

boxes. Cancellations are aired on WCSM 96.7 or call Jude at (419) 5822554. • The Osgood Legion will hold a dance Nov. 5. There has been a change in the band that will perform. Performing will be the Bill Corfield Band. The dance will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. • The Osgood Legion will have its annual Veterans Day bean soup dinner Nov. 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. Cornbread, sandwiches and pies also will be available.

• The St. Vincent de Paul clothing truck will be in the parking lot of St. Nicholas Catholic Church Nov. 12 and 13. • The Mass schedule for All Saints Day is Monday — St. Louis Church, 6 p.m., and Tuesday — St. Louis, 8 a.m., and St. Nicholas, 7:30 p.m. • The Osgood firefighters’ nine-volt battery exchange will be Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to noon. They will replace up to five batteries per household.

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COMICS

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MUTTS

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TODAY IN HISTORY CROSSWORD HOROSCOPE Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 Your chartisshows that in Oct. the year Today Saturday, 29, ahead you could receiveThere some the 302nd day now of 2011. well-deserved rewards and recogni63 days left in the year. are tion where you’ve previously been Today’s Highlight in Histaken for granted. A new you, who might be a pretty tough cookie, will tory: start Onto emerge. Oct. 29, 1929, Wall SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — It’s nice Street crashed on “Black of you to do a favor for someone, but heralding the beTuesday,” make sure you don’t do so in a manner that leaves the person Great feeling ginning of America’s tremendously obligated to you. Let Depression. him or her know that there are no On this date: strings attached. ■ In 1618, Walter (Nov. Sir 23-Dec. 21) — SAGITTARIUS An acquaintance who isn’t particuRaleigh, the English courtier, larly popular with your and peer poet, group military adventurer could use some reassurance. Let this was executed in London. person know that you, at least, can be ■ In 1901, William counted on as aPresident friend. (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — You CAPRICORNassassin, McKinley’s Leon Czolhave was greater fortitude than you may gosz, electrocuted. realize. You may find out just how ■ In 1911, Hungarianmuch backbone you have, if you born shouldAmerican feel threatenednewspaperor challenged man Pulitzer, 64, died in anyJoseph way. (Jan. 20-Feb. inAQUARIUS Charleston, S.C. 19) — Usually it’s not wise to offer unsolicited ■ In 1923, the Republic of advice, but someone to whom you Turkey was proclaimed. have a close attachment might be able Infrom 1940, of to ■ profit one of Secretary your past experiences.Henry If so, speak War L. up. Stimson drew PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — If you the first number — 158 — in believe something you’re doing is havAmerica’s firston your peacetime ing a negative effect finances, military draft. by all means make corrections. It’s up to ■ youIn to 1956, protect during your interests. the Suez ARIES (March 21-April 19) — BeCanal crisis, Israel invaded cause you’re not likely to dodge diffiEgypt’s Sinai Peninsula. cult jobs, people or situations,“The your Huntley-Brinkley chances for achieving your Report” goals will be heightened as considerably. take premiered NBC’s You’ll nightly things as they come. television newscast. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Assis■ and In sidekicks 1960, will a chartered tants be watching plane carrying the California every move you make in hopes of picking up some of your secrets to success. Polytechnic State University Do a good job, because they will follow football team crashed on what you do to the letter. takeoff from Toledo, GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Ohio, Somekilling of suspect the 48could people one you’d22 least step on up and be the one who’ll help you accomboard. plish something you can’t do on your ■ In 1966, the National own. This newfound alliance will Organization for to Women was prove to be of benefit both parties. formally organized during CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Meeta your assignments even those conference inhead-on, Washington, that aren’t to your liking. Once you get D.C. into them, you’ll find they aren’t as ■ In or1979, on the 50th andifficult distasteful as you thought. niversary of the stock LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)great — Be satisfied with smallcrash, gains instead of trying to market anti-nuclear make one huge, impressive killing. protesters tried but failed to When all the little stuff is put toshut down the New York gether, it’ll have a way of adding up Stock Exchange. into being something quite substantial. ■ In 1998, Sen. John VIRGO at (Aug. 22) — back Most Glenn, age23-Sept. 77, roared things in general will be favorable for into space the shuttle you, but your aboard best possibilities for gain Discovery, retracing the trail are likely to come from commercial or financial involvements. What you asache’d blazed for America’s complish will impressive. tronauts 36beyears earlier. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Of course ■ Ten years ago: The FBI it’s important for you to view developissued a terrorism warning ments realistically, but not to the point of taking things so seriously that asking Americans and law you lose your sense enforcement to of beperspective. on the Smile frequently. highest alert2011 for UNITED possibleFEAatCOPYRIGHT tacks in the United TURE SYNDICATE, INC. States

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WEATHER

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Partly cloudy; 20% chance of rain High: 52°

Sunday

Mostly clear Low: 33°

Monday

Partly cloudy High: 52° Low: 38°

Tuesday

Partly cloudy; 30% chance of rain High: 52° Low: 35°

Mostly sunny High: 58° Low: 40°

Wednesday

Partly cloudy High: 55° Low: 40°

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Thursday

Temps remain below normal

Partly cloudy High: 55° Low: 40°

Temperatures will continue to run below normal as we h e a d through t h e weeke n d . There will be a Temperature Precipitation Sunrise/Sunset f e w High Thursday.......................46 24 hours ending at 7 a.m...0.18 Saturday’s sunset ......6:38 p.m. more clouds and the Low Thursday .......................32 Month to date.....................3.44 Sunday’s sunrise .......8:04 a.m. slight risk of a sprinkle Year to date......................45.46 Sunday’s sunset.........6:36 p.m. or two mainly across the Source: The Sidney Wastewater Treatment Plant, official weather reporting station for northern counties. More Shelby County, and the U.S. Naval Observatory. For current daytime conditions, low/high frost is likely Sunday morning. temperatures, go to AccuWeather.com.

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Massage is the message to get over sore DEAR DR. muscles many DONOHUE: I’d times. like your opinion Massage is a on the benefits of scientific way to massage. I’m 42 manipulate the and play sports body’s soft tisyear-round at a sues, which inpretty competimuscles clude tive level. In this past year, I have To your and ligaments. It increases circulahad to drag mygood tion, which carself to keep playaway ing. I felt tired health ries out and ached in Dr. Paul G. pain-promoting byproducts genmany places. Donohue erated from work Someone suggested massage to me. I or exercise. It relaxes tried it. It worked. I’m a muscles and ligaments. new person since getting It increases joints’ range two massages a week. of motion. Massage has been When I tell this to people, many of them say it’s all demonstrated to relieve in my head; it isn’t. Do back pain that doesn’t you believe massage arise from any structural could do this much for changes to the back. Ten weeks of two massages a me? — R.G. ANSWER: I believe week have been shown to you, and I believe in mas- improve such back pain. People ought to seek a sage. They’ve helped me

therapist who is certified. Many states (I don’t know about provinces) require that massage therapists be licensed. This doesn’t apply to you, R.G., but it applies to those whose arm or leg is swollen after surgery in which lymph nodes had to be removed. Lymph fluid comes from the circulation and bathes all body tissues and organs. It returns via lymph vessels, which act like vacuum hoses. They suction up lymph fluid and return it to the circulation. When lymph nodes are removed and lymph vessels disrupted, an arm or leg swells. Massage therapists, trained in techniques to mobilize this fluid, are able to greatly reduce such swelling and allow the affected arm or leg to move with greater

freedom. DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My husband and I read your column every day. We are both desk people — an engineer and an accountant. We try to walk as much as possible. We do not belong to a gym. We have four grandchildren, and they keep us busy. Are we getting enough exercise for being 56 years old? — S.C. ANSWER: The exercise recommendation is that people get a halfhour of exercise daily. The exercise sessions can be divided into three periods of 10 minutes each. The more exercise you get, the better off you’ll be — up to a point. Playing with your grandchildren counts as exercise.

Bride’s plan for adults-only reception irks sister DEAR ABBY: share her moMy younger sisment, but I’m ter is getting afraid my married next teenagers won’t month and has understand why requested that no they can’t celekids be brought brate their to the reception. aunt’s special My “kids” are day. Am I makDear teenagers and I ing too much of feel that at least this? — RSVP Abby children of the UNDECIDED Abigail immediate family IN NORTH should be allowed Van Buren CAROLINA to attend. Incidentally, DEAR UNDESis and her fiance have a CIDED: Your sister’s little girl and boy who reason for excluding will serve as a flower girl “children” could be budgand ring bearer. etary — or fear that The children will par- young children could be ticipate in the wedding disruptive. By saying “no party introductions, then children” she is trying to will be carted off. be fair to all the parents. Finally, she wants my However, if she wants 15-year-old to baby-sit your daughter to babythe young cousins. Be- sit, she should make the cause we don’t think it’s arrangements with your right, we have decided daughter — including ofthat we will attend the fering to pay her for her wedding ceremony but time — especially if not the reception. It is there will be more chilnot my intention not to dren than the flower girl

and ring bearer in her trust me now. What care. should I do? I love Adam and want to make things DEAR ABBY: My right, but I won’t make a boyfriend, “Adam,” and I promise I know I can’t have been together for keep. — HARDLY A three years, and hope- DRUNK IN SEATTLE fully will be for many DEAR HARDLY A more to come. One of the DRUNK: I wish you had core values he feels told me why your strongly about is not boyfriend is so against drinking, and not associ- being involved with ating with others when someone who has an octhey drink. I have never casional drink. Were his gotten drunk, but I do parents alcoholics? Is he have one or two drinks a in recovery? Was he month with friends. upset because it took When I mentioned it to three years for you to Adam, he became ex- tell him you have a tremely frustrated. Now drink or two a month things have become with your friends, and rocky between us. that’s why he “doesn’t I feel like I have done trust you”? something devastatingly While you and I may wrong, even though I think your boyfriend’s know I haven’t. I can’t attitude is unreasonable, promise Adam I’ll never it’s clear to me that if you drink again, but I re- want him, you will have spect his values enough to take “the pledge.” And to keep to the couple of if you can’t do that, drinks per month and no Adam is not The One for more. I feel he doesn’t you.

Oct. 29, 1911 R.V. Jones, of this city, has been elected one of the vice presidents of the National Association of Postmasters in sessions at Washington, D.C. ––––– Joe Raterman won the box of cigars this month by rolling the high score of 244 at the Fountain Bowling Alleys. Smith’s Five will roll the DeiselWemmer next Wednesday night for the second game. High Crowns will roll the Maryland Club next Monday night. Some very high scores will be rolled. ––––– A mule-footed hog billed to Edward Lyons attracted considerable attention in front of the U.S. Express office today. It is claimed that they are immune from cholera.

75 years Oct. 29, 1936 The Sidney High School Yellow Jackets made history at Miamisburg last night by halting the winning streak of the Vikings regardless of the fact that the game in a 12 to 12 deadlock. Cromes and Rickey scored touchdowns for Sidney. The tie marked the first time since 1932 that any school had held Miamisburg in check. ––––– Shelby county electors will participate in a statewide vote Nov. 3 on two proposed amendments to the Ohio Constitution. One proposes to eliminate the additional liability of the stockholders of states corporations authorized to receive money of deposit, and the other would prohibit a sales tax on food purchased for consumption off the premises where sold. ––––– The contract for erection of the new Holy Angels Elementary School to be located on Water Street, directly west of the church, has been awarded to S. Everett Knowlton, of Bellefontaine, as general contractor. The new building, to be erected of Bedford stone, is expected to cost between $100,000 and $125,000. The building program will be carried through under supervision of the church advisory board composed of Leo McFarland, Fred Dickas, Jerome Wagner, Charles Weingartner, C.C. Kelley serving with Rev. E.C. Lehman, pastor and Rev. Albin Ratermann, assistant pastor.

50 years Oct. 29, 1961 During the coming months of winter employees of Sidney’s parks and recreation department will carve out two new picnic grounds high on a presently undeveloped area on the north side of Tawawa Civic Park’s driveway. The planned new picnic areas for the 1962 outdoor season are to be established on each side of the big

hill overlooking Tawawa Civic Park driveway at the point the sign designating Big Rock to the south is located. The tree-acre wooded and sharply elevated terrain is flat on top and now can be reached only after a stiff climb by outdoors enthusiasts. ––––– Plans for the development of Westview Manor, along Vandemark Road in West Sidney, were announced today by Southwood Inc., Dayton. B.H. Poteet, of Dayton, who will be in charged of the construction work here, said that the firm purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart the balance of the undeveloped lots located in the area on the west side of Vandemark Road, south of the Route 47 intersection. The Westview area was opened for development about 18 months ago with 93 building lots. It was brought into the city at about that time and five homes have been constructed in the area. ––––– A new travel and tour service, first of its kind offered by a national retail and mail order agency, now is available at the Montgomery Ward retail store here, Arthur Tremain, store manager, announced today. Tremain said that details of the travel and tour plan are included in the company’s new Christmas catalog being distributed to those in the Sidney area.

25 years Oct. 29, 1986 Majorettes of the Sidney School Band won the first place trophy in a recent marching band contest. The majorettes are; Paige Bodnar, Shelly Jones, Diane Elsass, Jenny Martin and Deanna Brooks. ––––– The Ponderosa restaurant will be closed Monday through Wednesday and reopen Thursday due to redecorating of the interior of the restaurant. New carpet, painting and wallpapering is being done. Beside the interior and exterior alterations, the restaurant will add three dinners to the menu; swordfish, rainbow trout, and pork tenderloin. ––––– The construction of the new post office in Russia is nearing completion. A date has not been set for the transfer of the post office from the present location in the local Bank One office to the new building at the intersection of Miller Road and Main Street.

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OUTDOORS

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Early muzzleloader season yields 420 deer ATHENS — Muzzleloader hunters took 420 deer during last week’s early muzzleloader deer season according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. Hunters took 161 deer at Salt Fork Wildlife Area, 154 deer in the Wildcat Hollow region, and 42 deer at Shawnee State Forest. During last year’s early muzzleloader

for success. Archery season opened Sept. 24 and runs through Feb. 5. Youth deer gun season is Nov. 19 and 20. Deer gun season will open Nov. 28 and extend through Dec. 4, and be open for a weekend hunt on Dec. 17 and 18. The statewide muzzleloader season is Jan. 7 through 10. Hunters interested in donating venison to food banks

hunt, hunters took a total of 516 deer for the season; 254 deer at Salt Fork Wildlife Area, 176 deer at Wildcat Hollow, and 86 deer at Shawnee State Forest. The early muzzleloader season opened Oct. 17 and closed last Saturday. Ohio’s various deer hunting seasons coupled with a healthy population gives hunters a good opportunity

are reminded that the ODNR Division of Wildlife has partnered with Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) to help pay for the processing of donated venison. Hunters who donate their deer to a participating food bank are not required to pay the processing cost as long as funding for the effort lasts. More information about this program can be found online

Upland game season begins on Nov. 4 COLUMBUS — The season for three of Ohio's most popular game species—ring-necked pheasant, cottontail rabbit, and bobwhite quail—begins Friday, Nov. 4, according to the Ohio Department of Resources Natural (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. “The state’s cottontail population has been very good for the last several years, and this year should provide some excellent opportunities for sportsmen,” said Nathan Stricker, project leader with the division's Olentangy Wildlife Research Station. “Statewide, rabbit numbers have increased over last year.” According to Stricker, quail and pheasant populations may be lower than previous years. “Heavy snows this past winter, followed by an extremely wet spring have resulted in lower observed numbers of pheasants in parts of Ohio. Quail numbers are down slightly from last year, but they seemed to have done better than we had hoped following severe winter the weather of this past February,” said Stricker. Cottontail rabbit hunting continues through Feb. 29. Ringnecked pheasant hunting is open through Jan. 8. Both seasons are closed during the statewide 2011 deer-gun hunting season, Nov. 28 through Dec. 4, as well as the extra weekend of deer-gun hunting Dec. 17-18. Rabbits, pheasants and quail may be hunted from sunrise to sunset. The daily bag limit for all three species remains unchanged from last year at four rabbits, two p h e a s a n t s (roosters/males only) and four quail. The ODNR Division of Wildlife releases pheasants on selected public hunting areas throughout the state prior to opening day of the pheasant season, the second Saturday of the season and Thanksgiving Day. Bobwhite quail hunting is limited to 16 counties in southern Ohio: Adams, Athens, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Highland, Jackson, Meigs, Montgomery, Pike, Preble, Ross, Scioto, Vinton, and Warren. The season continues through Nov. 27.

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A monster saugeye Jacob Rivera, 10, of Sidney, son of Angel and Becky Rivera caught this 26inch long, six pound saugeye at Kiser Lake on Saturday. Rivera is a student at Christian Academy.

85 percent of hunters choose phone, internet COLUMBUS — More than 24,000 whitetailed deer have been checked through Ohio’s new automated game check system, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. Hunters must still report their deer harvest, but they are no longer required to take their deer to a check station

for physical inspection. Instead, hunters have three options to complete the new automated game check: On the Internet at wildohio.com. By telephone at 1877-TAG-ITOH (1-877824-4864). This option is only available to those who are required to have a deer permit to hunt deer. At all license agents.

A list of these agents can be found at wildohio.com or by calling 1-800WILDLIFE. All three check-in methods are being used, with 50 percent of hunters using the phone method. Hunters checking in via the Internet are second at 35 percent followed by those traveling to a license agent’s location (15 percent) to check in their game.

Youth deer hunt to be held COLLEGE CORNER — Young deer hunters will be able to take advantage of a permit only Youth Deer Hunt at Hueston Woods State Park during the 2011 youth deer gun season. Hunters 17 years of age and younger, accompanied by a non-hunting adult, are eligible to apply to hunt specified zones within the park on November 19, 2011. Registration for the drawing gets underway Nov. 5 beginning at 2 p.m. The drawing will be held promptly at 3 p.m. at the Hueston Woods State Park Office located at 6301 Park Office Rd., College Corner 45003. Driving directions may be obtained from the park at (513) 523-6347. Interested hunters may contact the Wildlife District Five Headquarters at

(937) 372-9261, or Rush Run Wildlife Area at (513) 726-6795. All youth hunt information is posted at www.wildohio.com. The non-hunting adult that will be accompanying the youth hunter on the hunt must enter the drawing. The permit will be issued in the adult’s name. If drawn, the youth hunter must purchase an Ohio hunting license and youth deer permit.

The youth must hunt with a non-hunting adult within the zones specified on the permit. All other rules and regulations must be followed. The permit is transferable; however, Rush Run Wildlife Area (513) 726-6795 must be notified of any changes prior to the hunt. The permit only hunt will occur on Nov. 19. Hunting hours are ½ hour before sunrise to sunset.

provided at the end of the transaction on the permanent tag in the spaces provided. • Visit any authorized license sales agent. A list of sales agents can be found at wildohio.com or by calling 1-800WILDLIFE (1-800-9453543). Hunters can find their completed game check transactions by accessing their customer account at wildohio.com by clicking the Wild Ohio Customer Center button and then selecting “Manage Your Customer Account.” The following is a breakdown by county of wild turkeys killed through October 16. The number taken during the 2010 fall turkey season is marked in (_): 2011 (2010). A final tally will be provided at the close of the season: Adams 9 (6); Ashland 3 (13); Ashtabula 12 (28); Athens 7 (4); Belmont 10 (1); Brown 9 (8); Carroll 8 (6); Clermont 5 (14); Columbiana 10 (11); Coshocton 13 (28); Cuyahoga 0 (0); Defiance 4 (5); Gallia 10 (15); Geauga 10 (12); Guernsey 15 (13); Harrison 8 (14); Highland 12 (14); Hocking 3 (4); Holmes 13 (7); Jackson 9 (8); Jefferson 3 (4); Knox 17 (22); Lake 3 (0); Lawrence 4 (5); Licking 7 (12); Lorain 7 (3); Mahoning 4 (5); Medina 1 (8); Meigs 6 (14); Monroe 14 (5); Morgan 6 (5); Morrow 1 (3); Muskingum 7 (9); Noble 18 (10); Perry 7 (6); Pike 4 (4); Portage 6 (9); Richland 13 (9); Ross 5 (8); Scioto 6 (6); Stark 5 (7); Summit 2 (4); Trumbull 10 (15); Tuscarawas 11 (10); Vinton 9 (8); Washington 6 (10); Wayne 2 (2) and Williams 8 (3). Preliminary total: 362 (417).

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SIDNEY’S TRAVIS West (right) breaks up a pass in the endzone intended for Troy’s Isaiah Williams in action Friday night at Sidney Memorial Stadium.

FORT LORAMIE — The Fort Loramie Redskins ended the regular season with nine straight wins after routing county rival Lehman 49-0 Friday night in high school football action. The win was significant for the Redskins, who had already clinched a playoff spot heading into the game. It gave them their first-ever league championship in football with a 4-0 mark in the Metro Buckeye Conference, and it also gave Loramie its first-ever win over its biggest rival. Lehman ended the season with four straight losses and finished 3-7. Loramie will now await the playoff pairings, which will come out on Sunday. The two teams were scoreless midway through the opening period before Fort Loramie broke through. Cory Brandewie intercepted a Lehman pass and returned it to the Lehman 39, but on the very first play, Loramie fumbled the ball away. Lehman went three-andout, and punted to Loramie’s 48, and on the first play of the drive, Tyler Zeis went 52 yards for a score and a 7-0 lead after one quarter. The Redskins then added three more scores in the second quarter, the first on a 44yard run by Brandewie. Delaunte Thornton then scored on a 17-yard run, and the first-half scoring was

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FORT LORAMIE’S Delaunte Thornton runs for big yardage against Lehman Friday night at Fort Loramie. Scoring summary: FL — Zeis, 52-yard run (Zeis kick) FL — Brandewie, 44-yard run (Zeis kick) FL — Thornton, 17-yard run (Zeis kick) FL — Cordonnier, 13-yard pass from Guillozet (Zeis kick) FL — Cordonnier, 26-yard pass from Guillozet (Zeis kick) FL — Brandewie, 63-yard run Score by quarters: (Zeis kick) FL — Cordonnier, 52-yard Lehman . . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 — 0 Loramie . . . . . . . 7 21 21 0—49 pass from Guillozet (Zeis kick)

capped off by a 13-yard pass from Seth Guillozet to Jake Cordonnier. The Redskins put it away with three more scores in the third quarter, two by Cordonnier on passes of 26 and 52 yards from Guillozet. Brandewie also scored on a 63-yard run.

Jackets finish with loss to Troy yard run with 9:21 left before half, then Ian Dunnaway returned a punt 60 yards for a score with 7:26 left. Foster added another score from five yards out with 4:09 to play, then Troy recovered another Sidney fumble on the Jacket 22 and Jones added an 11-yard touchdown run. Sidney lost one more fumble right before the half, the Jackets’ third of the game. Troy got the ball at Sidney’s 33 after forcing the Jackets to punt from deep in their own territory in the third quarter. Josh Detrick scored on a 4-yard run to make it 470, which is how the third period ended. SDN Photo/Jason Alig Sidney’s lone touchdown came in the final period, a ANNA RUNNING back Cole Furgason follows a blocker and picks up some yards on this run two-yard run by freshman against Parkway in high school football action Friday night at Anna. Caleb Roberts. Score by quarters: Troy.....................14 27 6 6—53 Sidney .....................0 0 0 6 — 6

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Scoring summary: T — Williams, 1-yard run (Thompson kick) T — Foster, 51-yard run (Thompson kick) T — Jones, 15-yard run (Thompson kick) T — Dunnaway, 60-yard interception return (Thompson kick) T — Foster, 5-yard run (Thompson kick) T — Jones, 11-yard run (kick failed) T — Detrick, 4-yard run (PAT not attempted) T — Detrick, 64-yard run (run failed, ball carrier took a knee) S — Roberts, 2-yard run (kick failed)

ANNA — Anna dominated the second half and posted a 35-20 victory over Parkway to end their football season Friday night. The Rockets finished their season with a 64 mark and left Parkway at 3-7. Highlighting the win was Anna running back Cole Furgason going over 1,000 yards for the season. He was still short at the half, but came out and rushed for 101 yards in the second half to finish the game with 134. It was a bit of a wild first half between the two teams whose seasons ended Friday night. Anna led 14-7, but it could have been a lot more. Neither team could run the ball very effectively, and that led to some impressive passing statistics from the two quartersbacks.

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Dinzeo all-conference honors 2nd straight year Sidney High graduate Aaron Dinzeo continues to impress in college cross country. Dinzeo, a sophomore for the California University of Pennsylvania, placed fifth overall at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championships in Lock Haven, Pa. By doing so, Dinzeo earned All-PSAC honors for the second straight year by crossing the finish line in 24:57.5. Since enrolling at the school last fall, he has been the top runner for the team in all 11 events in which he has competed.

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MINSTER’S TROY Kauffman churns for extra yardage in high school football action against Coldwater Friday night at Minster. The Wildcats posted a huge win over the Cavs, and can look forward to a playoff game next week.

Minster stuns Coldwater 22-6 MINSTER — Minster nailed down a second straight postseason appearance Friday night by stunning the Coldwater Cavaliers 22-6 in Midwest Athletic Conference football action here. The win puts the Wildcats at 7-3 on the year and will no doubt earn them a spot in the Region 24, Division VI playoffs. They will open postseason play a week from tonight. The Wildcats stunned the Cavaliers early, scoring twice in the opening period. The first came on a three-yard run by Troy Kaufman, and the second was a real bolt of lightning, an 80-yard run by Korey Schultz to make it 14-0 after the two-point conversion. Minster completed its scoring with a touch-

ANNA Anna had a golden opportunity to add to its lead when Meyer hit Williams at the one-yard line. But in his struggle to get into the endzone, Williams fumbled the ball and Parkway was able to pick it up and return it out to the 28. After an exchange of punts, Parkway put together an 83-yard drive that ended with Dennison hitting Derek Luth from 24 yards out with just 25 seconds remaining. Still, Anna had a chance to add to the lead when, after a short kickoff, the Rockets got a pass down to the fouryard line with less than a second to go in the half. Anna lined up for a field goal, but ran a fake that Parkway sniffed out and stopped, leaving it 14-7 at the intermission. The Rockets came out and dominated in the third quarter to turn a close game into a rout with 21 unanswered points. They got their ground

down in the second quarter, an eight-yard pass from Adam Niemeyer and Ethan Wolf. The twopoint conversion made it 22-0 at the half, which is how it stayed until Coldwater got its only score in the final period. Score by quarters: Coldwater .....0 0 0 6— 6 Minster .......14 8 0 0—22 Scoring summary: M — Kaufman, 3-yard run (kick failed) M — Schultz, 80-yard run (pass good) M — Wolf, 8-yard pass from Niemeyer (pass good) C — Bruns, 5-yard run (kick failed)

Versailles rolls In other Midwest Athletic Conference play, Versailles routed St. Henry 55-21 in a game that was 28-21 at one point. And the New Bremen Cardinals fell to Delphos St. John’s 42-21.

From Page 17 game going and it led to a one-yard touchdown by by Dustin Noffsinger with 10:09 left in the third period. Furgason then followed with a 15yard run, with 7:11 left, and Meyer hit Noffsinger on a 26-yard scoring play with 5:50 remaining for a 35-7 lead. Meyer finished with 267 yards passing for the Rockets. Score by quarters: Parkway......0 7 0 13—20 Anna .........14 0 21 0—35 Scoring summary: A — Williams, 23-yard pass from Meyer (Metz kick) A — Wolters, 29-yard pass from Meyer (Metz kick) P — Luth, 24-yard pass from Dennison (kick good) A — Noffsinger, 1-yard run (Metz kick) A — Furgason, 15-yard run (Metz kick) A — Noffsinger, 26-yard pass from Meyer (Metz kick) P — Luth, 22-yard pass from Dennison (kick good) P — Schmitt, 12-yard pass from Dennison (pass failed)

and 15 digs against Seton Hill. On the season, Ware has 367 kills and 190 digs.

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Cory Cotterman, Sidney Cotterman is a member of the men’s bowling team at Pikeville College in Kentucky, and helped lead the team to the championship of the 2011 Racers Classic. The tournament was hosted by Northwestern Ohio and held in Lima. Cotterman averaged 206 for the tournament,

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Gates, a teammate of Ware’s at Wheeling, had 14 kills and 12 digs against Shippensburg, seven kills against IUP, and 10 kills and 11 digs against Seton Hill. On the season, Gates has 267 kills and 176 digs.

Erica Fullenkamp, Minster Fullenkamp had another strong week in volleyball for Bowling Green. Against Toledo, she had 21 assists, nine digs and three kills, and against Ball State, 14 assists and nine digs.

Taylor Jones, New Bremen Jones had a huge game for Duquesne against St. Louis this week in volleyball, with 29 assists, 17 digs and four kills.

Tara Winner, Versailles Winner plays for the Ohio Dominican women’s volleyball and Photo provided had 10 kills against SIDNEY HIGH grad Cory Wayne State and nine Cotterman is shown against Hillsdale. competing in the Racers Megan Campbell, Classic in Lima last Versailles week. He bowls for Campbell helped the Pikeville College in Ken- Dayton women’s volleytucky and helped his ball team to two more team to the tournament wins this week, giving championship. the Lady Flyers 13 wins in a row. She had six Ohio Dominican, with 16 kills and five blocks kills and 18 digs against against Rhode Island, Wayne State, nine kills and nine kills, four against Findlay and 24 blocks and two aces kills and 17 digs against against Fordham. Hillsdale.

Benanzer continues to be a big reason why Heidelberg is having such a great season in women’s volleyball. She had 12 digs against Marietta, 30 against Thiel and 23 against Ohio Northern. Heidelberg is 28-2, in- Clair Ruhenkamp, cluding 9-0 in the Ohio Fort Loramie Conference, and has won Ruhenkamp came up 19 straight games. big for Grand Valley Stephanie Romie, State again this week, Anna with 37 assists and Romie is a teammate seven digs against of Benanzer’s at Heidel- Northern Michigan, 32 berg. She had six assists assists and seven digs against Thiel and against Michigan Tech, handed out 21 assists and 37 assists and eight against Pitt-Bradford. digs against Saginaw Kristen Zumberger, Valley State.

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Hurley turned setter for Wilmington in a game against Central State, and finished with 33 assists. She also had 10 digs against BaldwinWallace.

Christie Fullenkamp, Botkins Fullenkamp had six kills for Indiana State in a game against Bradley.

Jessica Prince, Fairlawn Prince had 14 digs to lead the Northwestern Ohio defense in a game against Indiana Institute of Technology.

November NBA games canceled NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA will play a shortened season — if it plays at all — after negotiations to end the lockout again stalled over how to divide the league's revenue. Commissioner David Stern canceled all November games on Friday. "It's not practical, possible or prudent to have a full season now," said Stern, who previously canceled the first two weeks of the season. And he repeated his warnings that the offers players have rejected might now get even harsher as the league tries to make up the millions of dollars that will be lost. Although they've narrowed the issues between them to just a handful, the division of revenues remains a huge obstacle. Owners are insistent on a 50-50 split, while players last formally proposed they get 52.5 percent, leaving them about $100 million apart annually.

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Bel-Mar Lanes Sidney MEN High game Dave Fogt .....................300 Dan Swiger...................290 Josh Ludwig .................288 Nathan McBride ..........288 Tim Hutchinson ...........280 Mike Knoop ..................279 Mike Kies .....................279 High series Josh Ludwig .................784 Joe Green......................778 Tim Hutchinson ...........745 Bob Elsner....................744 Dan Swiger...................740 Bill Elson......................733 Mike Knoop ..................723 Fred Mertz ...................714 High average Josh Ludwig .................238 Joe Green......................232 Dan Swiger...................221 Bob Elsner....................220 Tim Hutchinson ...........219 Mike Knoop ..................216 Galen Collier ................214 Nathan McBride ..........214 WOMEN High game Angie Mentges .............256 Donna Gold ..................251 Heather Dresback ........246 Jackie Maurer ..............244

Li’l Cavs teams to play for titles The Lehman Li’l Cavs junior varsity and varsity teams will play in the “Super Bowl” championship games after winning in semifinal action this week. The junior varsity defeated Ansonia 12-0, with one of the scores coming with help from the defense when John Edwards picked up a fumble and returned it into scoring position for a TD run by Brennan Arnold. Arnold then scored again on a pass from Brendan O’Leary from 30 yards out. The JV will play Fort Recovery in the championship Saturday. • The varsity remained unbeaten by beating Ansonia 32-6. Aiden Endsley scored three touchdowns and threw a TD pass to Kameron Lee. Jacob Edwards also scored on a 10-yard run. Barhorst Brandon and Joel Cathcart had interceptions for the Cavs. The varsity will play at Celina Saturday for the championship.

Trade show set Nov 18 The Dayton Baseball and Softball Trade Show will be held on Nov. 18 at the Dayton Airport Expo Center. The show will display the latest in baseball and softball equipment, training and instruction. A few of the speakers include Ohio State baseball coach Greg Beals, Steve Springer of the Blue Jays, and Carie Dever-Boaz, 1999 Southeastern Conference coach of the year in softball. There will also be autograph signings by Cincinnati Reds players Brandon Phillips, Yonder Alonso and Zack Cozart.

Casssie Latimer ...........235 Gerri Waldroop.............235 Dollee Maka .................233 Sarah Allen ..................232 High series Angie Mentges .............660 Cassie Latimer.............649 Jackie Maurer ..............630 Gerri Waldroop.............600 Sarah Allen ..................587 Teresa McGrath ...........587 Julie Lowe ....................579 Heather Dresback ........573 High average Angie Mentges .............193 Jackie Maurer ..............190 Sarah Allen ..................180 Donna Gold ..................178 Cassie Latimer.............176 Teresa McGrath ...........175 Rose Ann Chaffins .......168 Dollee Maka .................167 SENIOR MEN High game Jerry Smith ..................255 Mark Deam ..................252 Ralph Abbott ................248 Bob Kritzer...................238 Richard Reading ..........237 Dick Tennery ................236 Bill Johnson .................235 Tom Hill........................226 High series Ralph Abbott ................640 Mark Deam ..................631

Dick Tennery................631 Tom Hill........................626 Bill Johnson .................606 Jerry Smith ..................602 Fred Bodenmiller .........585 Richard Reading ..........583 High average Ralph Abbott ................182 Dick Tennery ................182 Tom Hill........................180 Bill Johnson .................178 Jim Risk .......................171 Willie Metz ...................169 Jim Gross .....................169 Richard Reading ..........166 SENIOR WOMEN High game Linda Limbert ..............234 Rose Ann Chaffins .......223 Sue Dougherty .............205 Lois Metz ......................201 Mary Lou Wright .........196 Ruth Granger ...............194 Jan Bensman ...............190 Linda Rumpff ...............188 High series Rose Ann Chaffins .......558 Linda Limbert ..............517 Sue Dougherty .............510 Diane Fleckenstein ......482 Lois Metz ......................479 Gloria Manger..............473 Linda Rumpff ...............470 Jan Bensman ...............467 Mary Lou Wright .........464

High average Rose Ann Chaffins .......161 Jan Bensman ...............147 Sue Dougherty .............144 Linda Rumpff ...............143 Gail Fogt.......................142 Lea Muhlenkamp.........141 Katie Helmlinger .........140 Diane Fleckenstein ......139 Lois Metz ......................139 BOYS High game Trent Knoop .................300 Jac Beatty.....................243 Jacob Blankenship.......236 Kegan Latimer .............236 Luke Goubeaux ............231 Michael Barber ............223 Cameron DeMoss .........214 Zach Shiflett.................214 Kyle Lloyd ....................214 High series Trent Knoop .................719 Jacob Blankenship.......599 Kegan Latimer .............593 Michael Barber ............580 Luke Goubeaux ............550 Cameron DeMoss .........536 Sean Holthaus..............529 Austin Simon ...............524 High average Trent Knoop .................219 Kegan Latimer .............188 Michael Barber ............176 Jacob Blankenship.......175

Luke Goubeaux ............168 Sean Holthaus..............160 Cameron DeMoss .........158 Josh Abbott...................155 GIRLS High game Bethany Pellman .........266 Shelbie Anderson .........244 Ally Kittle.....................209 Michelle Abbott ............191 Tiffany Kies..................184 Holli James ..................170 Autumn Emrick ...........169 Morgan Carey ..............147 Anna Frohne ................147 High series Bethany Pellman .........675 Shelbie Anderson .........581 Michelle Abbott ............533 Tiffany Kies..................477 Ally Kittle.....................458 Holli James ..................435 Austin Emrick..............429 Morgan Carey ..............407 High average Bethany Pellman .........187 Shelbie Anderson .........186 Michelle Abbott ............164 Tiffany Kies..................149 Holli James ..................137 Ally Kittle.....................132 Autumn Emrick ...........124 Morgan Carey ..............123 Jenna Beatty ................123

COMMUNITY LANES HONOR ROLL Bowling Honor Roll Community Lanes, Minster MEN Week High game Nick Sherman ..............................296 Steve Oneal ..................................276 Tom Moots....................................270 Frank Heitkamp ..........................254 Dan Luebke..................................247 Chad Berning...............................246 Jason Boerger ..............................246 High series Nick Sherman ..............................734 Tom Moots....................................717 Chad Berning...............................683 Frank Heitkamp ..........................650 Steve Oneal ..................................643 Jason Boerger ..............................638 Season to date High game Nick Sherman ..............................296 Tim Baumer .................................290 Leroy Baker .................................289 Jerry Keller ..................................278 Dave Bollenbacher.......................277 Justin Schmitmeyer ....................277

Steve Oneal ..................................276 Steve Collins ................................270 Tom Moots....................................270 High series Tim Baumer .................................747 Jerry Keller ..................................745 Nick Sherman ..............................734 Scot Hogenkamp ..........................720 Tom Moots....................................717 Art Austin ....................................705 Tim Buschur ................................705 Dave Bollenbacher.......................703 Leroy Baker .................................699 High average Nick Sherman ..............................209 Jerry Keller ..................................207 Tim Buschur ................................204 Jeff Hoelscher ..............................201 Jason Boerger ..............................200 Chad Berning...............................198 Tom Moots....................................198 WOMEN High game Angie Gaier ..................................203 Chris Newman .............................201 Heather McAlexander .................194 Mary Meyer..................................193 Shirley Sharp ...............................190

Jenny Freisthler ..........................190 High series Heather McAlexander .....................564 Jenny Freisthler ..........................512 Mary Meyer..................................514 Kari Egbert ..................................498 Shirley Sharp ...............................190 Jenny Freisthler ..........................190 Season to date High game Heather McAlexander ..269, 226, 218 Shirley Sharp .......................265, 212 Chris Newman .............................236 Yvonne Garman...........................220 Phyllis Collins..............................213 Mandy Inskeep ............................212 High series H. McAlexander ......634,586,584,574,566 Shirley Sharp ...............................607 Phyllis Collins..............................577 Chris Newman .............................565 High average Heather McAlexander .................196 Emmy Grillot ...............................158 Chris Newman .............................162 Donna Kremer .............................159 Shirley Sharp ...............................159 Helen Hoying ...............................154 Ellen Pleiman ..............................152

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munity. Applications are being accepted through Dec. 31. The winning field makeover project may include, but is not limited to, infield and grass restoration, field grading and leveling, new fencing and backstop, new

infield dirt, grass seeding and project work such as painting and landscaping. The project will include support from Reds field vendors, a visit by members of the Reds grounds crew and other amenities. It will be the second

Wrestling returns to fairgrounds Shockwave Impact Wrestling returns to the Shelby County Fairgrounds on Nov. 5 with the “November 2 Remember” bash. Admission will be $7, with kids 5-and-under admitted free. Doors open at 6:30 and bell time is 7:30. Call (937) 638-4846 for more information, or you can find Shockwave on Facebook at SWI Wrestling.

held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Session I begins on Nov. 8 and Session II on Jan. 12. The registration fee is $135 per session or $250 for both sessions. You can also visit Cousin Vinny’s Pizza website to find out how to earn discounts toward the soccer fees. For more information visit www.daytonpremiersoccer.com or call (937) 901-9345.

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Are you a people person looking for an opportunity? We are seeking an energetic person to book keep and manage our apartment complex.

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Responsible for day to day maintenance of grounds and the interior and exterior of the buildings to maintain the highest quality maintenance and curb appeal at all times. Performs physical preventive, corrective, turnover, deferred and/or emergency maintenance on all units. Minimum 1 year previous related experience. Working knowledge of general maintenance skills including HVAC, electricity, gas, plumbing, carpentry, painting, appliance repair.

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A valid drivers license and a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certification and 3 years of related truck or heavy equipment maintenance OR 6 years of related truck or heavy equipment maintenance required. DOT qualifications include Brake Maintenance & inspections, and Annual Vehicle Inspections, Mechanical or trade school certificate. certificate in electronic diagnostics. welding and/or fabrication skills preferred. Responsibilities include performing repairs & maintenance on alternative fuel, diesel and/or gasoline trucks including front end loader, roll off, and other vehicles to maximize safe and productive operations.

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GENERAL CONSTRUCTION WORKERS Baumer Construction of Minster is currently seeking general construction workers. We offer:

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Underwriting Assistant position. All qualified candidates will need to possess basic accounting principles, experience in Microsoft Excel and excellent customer service skills. Prior Insurance experience preferred. Qualified candidates may submit resumes to

or Marion Mutual Ins. Assn. 6420 State Route 119 Maria Stein, Ohio 45860 on or before November 7, 2011.

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Preferred Qualifications: •2+yrs exp. of structural steel, syphon and pressure systems. •Knowledge of urethanes, epoxies and acrylics. •Lift 50lbs regularly. •Work nights and weekends if needed. Requirements: •HS diploma or GED •Drug testing and background check. Please email resumes to: wbi@wellsbrothers.com Or mail to: Wells Brothers Inc. Attn: Human Resources 105 Shue Dr. Anna OH 45302 NO PHONE

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NOW HIRING We are a local agency serving people with disabilities. If you are interested in a rewarding job of caring for people in their homes, we may have just what you're looking for! Give us a call or check us out on the web today. www.wynn-reeth.com *Flexible schedules *Full or part time *Employee Benefits *Team oriented co. *Serving DD community *Home settings *Retirement plans *Healthcare Insurance Phone: 419-639-2094 ext. 102

Care Manager Positions Elmwood Assisted Living of New Bremen is currently accepting applications for compassionate, caring and hard working individuals to provide care to our residents. Experience working with Alzheimer's Disease and other Dementia's preferred. Second shift, FT and PT positions. Qualified individuals please fill out an application at 711 S. Walnut Street, New Bremen. DFWP. EOE.

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Orkin has a sales/service position available in the Sidney area that will enable you to earn 30-40k+ your first year. This position comes with a full package of benefits that include: health, dental, life, vision, long and short term disability as well as a 401 (k) program with a 3% company match and a company vehicle.

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For consideration contact: Shawn or Tim at 1-800-830-9950, select option #1 Apply in person or mail resume to: Orkin, Inc., 1121 Milligan Ct., Sidney, OH 45365 Email srust@orkin.com E.O.E. M/F/V/H Drug Free Employer 2230927

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Early Childhood Ser vices Coordinator The Council on Rural Services is seeking an experienced, highly motivated, dynamic leader who is committed to the early childhood profession to oversee, operate, and grow their Kids Learning Place location in Piqua in Miami County. The ideal candidate must have a minimum of 2 years direct supervisory experience, management in childcare operations, and a working knowledge of childcare licensing regulations in a Step Up to Quality accredited child care center. This position is responsible for the overall management of the center, including staff supervision, team development, effective parent relationships, and administration of daily operations. In addition, must possess excellent communication and business development skills and be willing to work with the local community to sustain continued growth. A bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (Business, Marketing, Early Childhood Education or related) is required. The Kids Learning Place in Piqua provides full-day, year round, quality early care and education to over 220 children ages birth through school age. Our goal is to prepare children for success in school and in life by giving them a great start toward a bright future. Minimum starting salary is $39,748. To apply please visit our website at www.councilonruralservices.org or send cover letter and resume to wmoorman@councilonruralservices.org 2230120

REWARD: for the identification of the individual that ran over my 8 year old licensed thoroughbred cocker spaniel on Countryside in Sidney. After killing him, left him in the middle of the street and went on without any remorse. (937)726-7991

St John's Thrift Shop Coat Give-Away At St Johns Lutheran Church, 120 West Water St. Saturday October 29th 11AM-1PM. One coat per family member, all must be in attendance. Hats, gloves and boots, reasonable prices.

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Elmwood Assisted Living of New Bremen, a 61 suite residential care facility, is seeking an experienced Executive Director to become part of our Elmwood team. This position is responsible for overall day to day operation of the home while complying with government laws/ regulations and our own policy and procedures. This ideal candidate will possess the following: bachelor degree in healthcare, business or related field preferred, ability to make independent decisions and prior supervision of management experience, ability to communicate effectively with residents, families and staff and knowledge of computer programs such as MS Word, Excel and outlook. Qualified applicants may submit their resume to Elmwood's Home Office at: 430 N. Broadway Green Springs, Ohio 44836 to be considered for this wonderful opportunity! EOE. DFSP.


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FENTON GLASS

FENTON & CONTEMPORARY GLASS AUCTIONS Over 800 Pieces in 2 Days Wednesday November 2nd at 4:00 PM & Thursday November 3rd, 2011 at 10:00 AM

Greenville Auction Center 5239 ST RT 49 S Greenville, Ohio 45331 Directions: We are located at the corner of ST RT 49 S & ST RT 127 in Greenville, Ohio. WEDNESDAY: Pieces to include mary Gregory; cranberry Opal; Kelsey Murphy pilgrim; Lamps; Burmese; figures; bells; plates; bowls; epergnes; vaseline; plum opal and more! A great selection for you to bid on! THURSDAY: This Auction will have over 40 "Special Room" items; Kelsey Murphy; cameo; cranberry opal; Burmese; signature items; figurines; hand painted items; Lamps; blue burmese; Lotus Mist; all shapes; and more. BID LIVE ON LINE AT www.liveauctioneers.com Terms: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa MC Discover. 13% Buyers premium with a 3% discount for cash or checks. 2 forms of ID is required for checks if not known. Please visit our website for 100’s of pictures and complete ad at:

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TOOLS - GUNS - BOAT MERCURY MOTOR - SCUBA GEAR AUCTION - 1 OWNER Friday - November 4th at 10:00 am

Greenville Auction Center 5239 ST RT 49 S Greenville, Ohio 45331 Directions: We are located at the corner of ST RT 49 S & ST RT 127 in Greenville, Ohio. This will be one of the Largest single owner tool auctions you will go to. BRANDS: Craftsman; Air Ace; Blue Point; Sears; Southbend; GE; All Pro; Campbell; Rockwell; Atlas; Rodac; and other name brands. SHOP & HAND TOOLS TO INCL: 3 LARGE wood and Metal Lathes; hammers; socket sets; box wrenches; open end wrenches; files; torque wrenches; nail pullers; screw drivers of all types; clippers; drill sets; tap & dye sets; pliers; torch tips; chucks; chisels;boring bits; punches; vice grips; Stanley tools; testers; adjustable wrenches; and other nice hand tools. Large Griswold & Wagner cast iron collection ; Radio controlled air planes; Guns; Massive amount of tools, collection of guns, Glastron boat; Like New 85 HP Mercury motor, presses; lathes; wood working; all kinds power tools; 5 large chests of tools; jacks; ladders; engines; car parts; old magazines; guns; Golf clubs; car engines and parts; lifts; jacks; lawn mower; riding tractor; lg floor air compressor & smaller compressor; Maytag upright engine; fishing; old engines; air hose; hundreds of hand tools; Precision tools; Mitre saw; air tools; drill press; welders; grinders; bench grinders; 8-ton engine hoist; some lawn & garden; socket sets; sand blaster; Sears riding tractor, car engine and parts; intakes; car jacks; rims; cranks; GM Engine blocks; Chrysler engine & transmission and other car parts; golf clubs; cast iron 3-burner stove; lawn chairs; and other nice garage and outdoor items. SCUBA GEAR to include several tanks; speargun; masks; flippers; regulators; tank vest; wet suits; Calypso depth gauges; underwater lights; diving weights; and really anything to do with scuba diving. Collection of The late D.A. "Allen" Gilliam- Springfield, Ohio Terms: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa MC Discover. 13% Buyers premium with a 3% discount for cash or checks. 2 forms of ID is required for checks if not known. Please visit our website for 100’s of pictures and complete ad at:

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ARTIFACTS - MOUNTS & ADVERTISING AUCTION

Saturday November 5th at 10:00 AM

Greenville Auction Center 5239 ST RT 49 S Greenville, Ohio 45331 Directions: We are located at the corner of ST RT 49 S & ST RT 127 in Greenville, Ohio.

Over 1200 Artifacts to include Palio- AdeanaHopewell- Woodland Dovetail- Side Knotch- Corner Knotch- Stone Axe head- Fluted points- Large Pestelsandstone- pipe- gorget- plumet- cupped stone- fish spear- drills- small frame site material- claws- beads- triangle point copper w/lots of patena and LOTS more- see photos of all of the Points. Over 400 hand written letters from the case family dating in the late 1800's to early 1900's ( Case knife family); Michael Price bowie knife S.F. (RARE);Very nice Pulley collection; African Mounts including RARE Baboon; Caribou; Bob cats; Wild boar; Antelope; & other nice African mounts. See photos for all of the mounts. Advertising items including a VERY RARE Buick Wildcat 3D sign; WM Berry Peanut roaster with Eagle. SUPER ITEM! Canes; Knives; Rick Wisecarver items; Janice Joplin Poster from early 70"s; Several other nice advertising items working Cannon and more. This will be an ALL DAY Auction. John Skellie - Findley Lake, NY- Owner Terms: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa MC Discover. 13% Buyers premium with a 3% discount for cash or checks. 2 forms of ID is required for checks if not known. Please visit our website for 100’s of pictures and complete ad at:

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WONDERFUL 1 OWNER COIN AUCTION GOLD- SILVER- CURRENCY Over 400 lots Sunday November 6th at 12 NOON

Greenville Auction Center 5239 ST RT 49 S Greenville, Ohio 45331 Directions: We are located at the corner of ST RT 49 S & ST RT 127 in Greenville, Ohio.

Over 100 Morgan dollars including several CC BU dollars and KEY dates; Peace dollars; gold proof coins; walkers; flying eagles; proof and mint sets; American Silver Eagles; mercury dimes; Barber coins; several books of coins; foreign coins and currency; some US currency; wheat pennies; tokens; & More. Over 400 lots. This is a 1 owner collection for the Larck family - Tipp City Ohio This auction WILL NOT be on live auctioneers, you will need to be here Terms: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa MC Discover. 13% Buyers premium with a 3% discount for cash or checks. 2 forms of ID is required for checks if not known. Please visit our website for 100’s of pictures and complete ad at:

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Security cameras in use. All registrations are video taped.

Jim Wroda - Owner / Auctioneer 937.548.7835

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Email us at : Office@jimwrodaauction.com Your full service Auction Company since 1997 We are here to help you with your auction needs! No auction too big or too small. We are the Auction Company that gives OUR sellers options!

Email us at : Office@jimwrodaauction.com Your full service Auction Company since 1997 We are here to help you with your auction needs! No auction too big or too small. We are the Auction Company that gives OUR sellers options!


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CDL-A Drivers

Community Sales Counselor Otterbein St. Marys Lifestyle Community is looking to employ a Community Sales Counselor in the marketing department. The qualified applicant should be able to: • Demonstrate proven record in meeting & exceeding sales. • Manage all relevant tasks associated with the sales process from initial contact with a prospective resident through closing the sale. • Be able to articulate the Otterbein St. Marys "story". • Be able to manage large leads database. • Be able to make outbound calls, arrange on-campus appointments & conduct tours. • Represent the Otterbein community at various public events. • Demonstrate excellent customer service, organizational, technology & communication skills. Ideal candidates should have a minimum BA/BS in marketing or business management and 5+ years relevant sales experience preferably in retirement community sales or related fields. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter & credentials including past experience & salary information to smhr@otterbein.org or mail to: Otterbein Senior Lifestyle Choices; 11230 SR 364; St. Marys, OH 45885 (ATTN: Rita Hilty)

MEDICAL BILLING/CODING Cardiac office seeking part-time billing personnel. Experience in CPT/ICD-9 coding, medical billing, Medicare/Medicaid rules and regulations, accounts receivable and good patient relations are a must. Salary corresponding with experience. Please submit resume to information@acsorem.com

or mail to Advanced Cardiovasclar, 1103 Fairington Drive Sidney, OH 45365.

MPA Services provides Supported Living services to individuals with MRDD. We are accepting applications for employees to perform in home care in our Sidney and Troy homes (FT 2nd shift). You will assist with daily living skills, transportation, money management, medication supervision. Our employees must have some flexibility in work hours, be highly self motivated and have superb ethics. We offer a great salary/ benefits package plus paid training. If interested in an employer that genuinely cares for its employees, please call (937)492-0886

Seeking "Drive to Own" Drivers for Steady Year Round OTR Freight. We Just Gave Raises To All Our Drivers and Set Up A New Very Attractive Pay Scale! Paid Fuel Surcharge on All Miles, Direct Deposit, Free Blackberry, Flexible Home-time, And Medical Insurance Available. Drive to Own: No Credit Check, Nothing Down, No Pay-Off at the End! Call Bradley, 419-666-9919 x204 or www.SeagateTrans.com Drivers WE CAN'T GROW WITHOUT YOU! NTB is now hiring in its Short Haul regional division! • 5 days out w/48 hours off • Must have CDL-A W/HazMat Recent CDL School Grads Welcome! Outstanding Opportunitycall today for details! 800-446-0682 or visit www.ntbtrk.com

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OTR DRIVERS ◆ Class A CDL required ◆ Great Pay! ◆ Great Benefits! Must pass a pre-employment drug screen Call Jon Basye at: Piqua Transfer & Storage Co. (937)778-4535 or (800)278-0619 ◆❍◆❍◆❍◆❍◆❍◆❍◆

UTILITY DRIVER We are looking for a Utility person to work at our terminal in Sidney. Primary responsibility will be driving & parking semi trucks on our lot. Other duties will include washing and fueling trucks, wrecker runs and some light equipment maintenance. Must have a class A CDL, safe driving record, and be extremely dependable. Will be required to work Saturdays.

Move in now and receive $300 off first months rent

FORT LORAMIE, 2 bedroom, stove/ refrigerator furnished, washer/ dryer hook-up, off street parking. (937)295-2002

1, 2 & 3 bedroom, appliances, fireplace, secure entry. Water & trash included, garages. (937)498-4747 Carriage Hill Apts. www.1troy.com 1 BEDROOM apartments, Sidney and Botkins, appliances, air, laundry, patio, no pets $335-$385, (937)394-7265 1&2 BEDROOM, large, North end, appliances, garage, lawn care. $395-$495 deposit. (937)492-5271 2 BEDROOM. 553 Amelia Court. All appliances, garage. $575 Monthly + deposit, (937)492-9305. 2 BEDROOM apartment, Sidney, appliances, air, washer/ dryer hookup, trash paid, no pets, $430, (937)394-7265 2 BEDROOM, nice ranch on Collins. Appliances, garage, CA, washer/ dryer hook-up. $550 month. (419)629-3427 2 BEDROOM, XLG! Half double, Court Street. Appliances, basement, yard. Very clean, utilities separate, NO PETS. $425. (937)497-7200

Village West Simply the Best ✬ Furnished Studios ✬ 1 & 2 Bedrooms ✬ Private Patio ✬ Attic Storage ✬ 24 Hr Laundry Facility ✬ Walking Distance to Shopping ✬ Easy Access to I-75 (937)492-3450 COUNTRY SETTING 2 bedroom townhouse. No one above or below! Appliances, washer & dryer, fireplace, garage, water & trash included. (937)498-4747 www.1troy.com DISCOVER PEBBLEBROOK Village of Anna. 2 & 3 Bedroom townhomes & ranches. Garages, appliances, washer & dryer. Close to I-75, Honda, 20 miles from Lima.

3 BEDROOM double. 620-622 Mohican Court. Garage, kitchen appliances, laundry hook-up, a/c, $550 monthly. One year lease and deposit. (937)492-7373 after 4pm. 3 BEDROOM duplex, 2 baths, 2 car garage, all appliances including washer and dryer. 2461 Apache Drive. $695 + deposit. NO PETS, (937)726-0512. 602.5 SOUTH Ohio, upstairs unit, 3 bedrooms, stove, refrigerator, $380/ deposit, (937)693-6502 ANNA, Large 2 & 3 Bedroom duplexes, attached garage, no pets MOVE IN SPECIAL gemstoneofanna.com (937)538-6793 CANAL PLACE Apartments. Reasonable rates. Utilities Included. Metro Accepted. Toll free: (888)738-4776.

✦●✦●✦●✦●✦●✦ FALL INTO ARROWHEAD VILLAGE APTS. $99 2 BEDROOM SPECIAL CALL FOR DETAILS

Home health agency seeks RN's, LPN's, and certified nursing assistants to do home visits in the Dayton, Tipp City, Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Springfield and Middletown areas. Benefits are available for full time. Send resume to: Home Health Positions PO Box 20014 Dayton, OH 45420 or fax to (937)294-4946 Attn: Teresa EOE

Drivers $1000 Sign on Bonus, Safety incentives, Benefits Package, Vacation Package After six months. CDL-a 1 yr 888-560-9644

2 BEDROOM, Piper Street, all appliances & lawncare included, $650 monthly. Call (937)492-8640

NEW CONSTRUCTION

3015 Summerfield - $189,900 SIDNEY 707 S. Ohio, 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, newly remodeled, $525/month, metro accepted, (407)579-0874 SIDNEY: 2 bedroom, appliances, washer/ dryer, attached garage, 821 Chestnut. $525 month. (937)638-0630. SPECIAL! Only $375 monthly! Charming 1 bedroom apartment! Great location! some utilities. no pets. Deposit, (937)498-1562 St. Marys Avenue Apartments $250 Deposit Special! Most utilities paid, off street parking, appliances, NO PETS! 2 bedroom, $475 month (937)489-9921

This 8 room, 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home with walk out basement is located an a wooded lot (177x306) in Plum Ridge Subdivision. The basement has windows in the south side to provide lots of natural light to the basement.The upstairs features tile flooring in the entry hall, kitchen/breakfast area, laundry room and both bathrooms. The master bedroom along with the front bedroom features walk-in closets. The living room has a tray ceiling. Enjoy the wooded lot from your large wood deck.

TOM MIDDLETON 498-2348 E-mail: tommiddleton@realtor.com

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PLUS ONE 215 W. Court Street Sidney

(937) 492-2444 OFFICE (937) 489-1861 CELL pattiebraunm@yahoo.com

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, OCT. 30TH 1-3PM

2 BEDROOMS, 301 S. Miami, $390, 528 1/2 S. Miami, $375, No pets, (937)498-8000 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, spacious duplex, Sidney, appliances, air, laundry hookup, new carpet, no pets, $530, (937)394-7265

1 BEDROOM upstairs. NO pets. Partially furnished. $275 rent, $275 deposit. (937)622-1141

FT. LORAMIE, 1 bedroom apartment. $305 month plus utilities. Appliances, washer/dryer, AC included. Deposit/lease. (937)423-5839

(937)498-4747 www.1troy.com

All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the federal fair housing act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference limitation or discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

853 S. OHIO AVE Charming 2 story 3-4 bedroom/ 1 1/2 bath home with full view of the historical Big 4 Bridge. Beautiful hardwood floors and woodwork, awesome foyer with columned living room entry, corner fireplace, spacious rooms, full semi finished basement and garage. Floored attic with stairway access could be renovated. Priced at $99,500. Stop in and see the grand features of this property.

Open House Oct. 30th 2-4pm

9204 Broad Street, Port Jefferson READY TO MOVE IN COUNTRY RANCH! Refurbished 4 bedroom, 2 bath with tile flooring and new vanities. Laminate wood flooring, 2 car garage with space for workshop, fireplace, vibrant flower beds all around. Tied to Sidney sewer system. Insulated crawlspace, new well pump. Many more upgrades. $90,000.

(419) 953-1477 • (937) 492-6864

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• Pet Friendly 807 Arrowhead, Apt.F Sidney, Ohio (937)492-5006 ✦ ● ✦ ● ✦ ● ✦ ● ✦ ●✦

Upper Valley Medical Center

FLEET MECHANIC Immediate need for a Mechanic for day shift. Will perform preventative maintenance and repairs on semi tractors and/or trailers. Must be mechanically inclined, dependable and have own tools. Experience on tractor trailers preferred. Both positions include: • Competitive Pay & Benefits *Uniforms • 401k with match • Direct Deposit Apply in person at: Continental Express Inc. 10450 State Route 47 Sidney, Ohio 45365 or call 800-491-2100

HeritageManorprovidesitsresidentswithprofessionalcareandpersonal attentionthroughateamoftrainedmedicalprofessionals.Weare currentlylookingtoadddedicatedindividualsinthefollowingpositions:

State Tested Nursing Assistants (STNA) & Direct Support Associate (DSA)

UVMC – Rehabilitation Professional Opportunities Come join the UVMC team of quality healthcare professionals! Upper Valley Medical Center is an award winning 139-bed hospital located on a beautiful 120-acre campus. UVMC includes a network of outpatient care centers and is affiliated with the Dayton-based Premier Health Partners system. UVMC currently offers the following exciting career opportunities:

Full-time & Part-time All Shifts We offer competitive wages, paid vacations & holidays and a full benefits package!

Apply: HeritageManor 24N.HamiltonSt.,Minster,OH45865

Physical Therapist

Or Online at:

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Full-time PT position at UVMC Outpatient Care Center/South in Troy. Requirements include bachelor, master’s or doctorate degree in PT and current Ohio licensure (or eligibility). Candidates must be enthusiastic, self-motivated, patient care focused, work well with other professionals.

Occupational Therapist Full-time OT position in the UVMC Inpatient/Acute Rehabilitation Department. This position is responsible for administering/supervising treatments for patients of all ages and disabilities. Requirements include graduate of an approved school of Occupational Therapy and current Ohio licensure (or eligibility).

ABSOLUTE PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday, November 17, 2011

RN, LPN, HHA Positions

FIRST MONTH FREE! 2 bedroom, upstairs, 210.5 Lane. Washer/ dryer hook-up. No pets! $395, deposit. (937)492-7625

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Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists - Support Staff

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Support positions available for PTs and OTs as well PT/OT Assistants. Weekday and weekend options available with enhanced hourly rates. New Graduates are welcome and strongly supported.

400 Elroy-Ansonia Rd., Ansonia, OH 10:00 am

1714 Commerce Dr., Piqua, OH 2:00 pm

1712 Commerce Dr., Piqua, OH 3:00 pm

Auction held on each site 10% Buyer’s Premium For viewing contact Linda May at; 419-305-3986 Terms are $10,000 down, per building, cash or certified check, day of auction; balance due in 30 days at closing. No offers may be conditioned upon financing. Any inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Any statements made day of auction will take precedence over any printed material. TERMS: CASH OR CASHIER’S CHECK Not responsible for accidents

CONDUCTED BY BRETT YINGST, AUCTIONEER/REALTOR ARCANUM, OHIO - 937-459-7109

UVMC has an 11-bed CARF accredited Rehabilitation Unit, 139-bed Acute Care facility, two Outpatient Orthopedic sites, Sports Medicine and Industrial Rehabilitation. Specialty programs supported and grown by UVMC therapists include vestibular, therapeutic garden, pediatric rehabilitation, bicycle fitting and more. To learn more about UVMC programs and opportunities, visit UVMC.com or contact Angel Johnson, employment coordinator, at (937) 440-7753. UVMC offers a full benefits package including salary commensurate with experience, health, dental, vision, 401K, pension and paid time off for full-time and part-time. Apply online at UVMC.com.

UVMC Human Resources 3130 N. County Rd. 25-A, Troy, Ohio 45373 UVMC.com An Equal Opportunity Employer

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House payment chart for 30 Year Mortgage

Mortgages are at an ALL TIME LOW!!! 2230405

ED EDUC R E C PRI

1611 Wildwood

Great home. Great location. Four bedroom ranch. Over 2000 square feet of living area. Two baths. Master bath has double sink, whirlpool tub and shower. Living room and family rooms have cathedral ceilings. Gas fireplace. Finished 2 car garage. Deck 14x12. Price Reduced to $132,600. ICE D PR E C U RED

Craig Kohli 419-236-1135

316 Hall Ave.

Completely redone! New kitchen, majority of new flooring, fresh paint, cleaned up, shined up, and ready for smiling happy faces to reside in this great neighborhood. Nice mature trees surround this nice cozy home close to schools, shopping and I-75. Not a drive by, take a look. It will only take a second! Call Tom 638-7847.

Janice Snowden George Snowden

937-492-9806

11930 STATE ROUTE 274, JACKSON CENTER 5 bedrooms, 2 baths with over 2.400 sq. ft. 1.4 acre lot w/fruit trees. Large country kitchen w/pantry. 2 car garage plus separate workshop w/electric, heat & A/C. Close to Indian Lake. Eligible for Rural Develpment Loan for qualified buyer - NO Down Payment, NO PMI. $120’s.

1600 W. Main St. • TROY “Rock” Solid in Real Estate! 339-8080 An Independently Owned & Operated Member of Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.

ED DUC E RE C I R P

11675 Meranda Rd. Anna

Welcome to the country only minutes to Honda in Anna school district. Lots of newer flooring, tile backsplash, doors and ceiling fans. Landscaping is the rubber mulch. Furnace and Central air hotwater heater all in 09 Water softner in 08. To much to list. French doors lead into the 4 season sunroom with wonderful country views. This home is a MUST see!!

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ER SELL

114 South, Quincy

Diamond in the rough Original wood floors and Wonderful wood work leaded glass windows and doors. Tons of possibilties with this historic home. 5 bedrooms 4 with wood flooring. pocket doors lovely mantle surrounds fireplace in the living room, New plumbing in 09 and water heater in 09. Come take a look and imagine the possibilties. Call Angela 726-4130.

Tom Roll Auctioneer/ Realtor 492-0136

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR AT www.realty2000group.com

331 E. Pinehurst Wonderful home on a quiet street close to the YMCA. Lovely and updated throughout with tasteful color and decor. Newer furnace, updated wiring, new lights, new flooring, tons of amenities.A woodburning fireplace (needs damper) in the family room and a beautiful Florida room to use all year long! Fenced in back yard.

New from top to bottom with new roof on house and Detached Garage. Dual heat fireplace in Living Room. Newer windows, New doors. 8 inch Crown Molding, Shed Dormers were added to increase the upstairs living area. 2 Large Bedrooms upstairs and a full bath.A lovely Master Suite on first floor. The Kitchen and Dining features all major appliances including washer and dryer.The ceremic flooring in Kitchen and Dining offers Radiant heat beneath, Corian Counter tops. Brand new landscaping.All this and much more on a spacious 2 acre lot in Fort Loramie.

Feel at home the moment you step up to this charming home. Relax on the incredible wraparound-porch, stretch out in the great room or putter around in the large two-car garage. Come and see this lovingly cared for and well maintained home for yourself. Updated furnace, central air, and attic fan. Possession at closing. Call Connie 638-2306.

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3379 Kuther Rd

Country living just minutes W from town 7.112 acres, NE Large barn and shed. Home features 2/3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, updated kitchen, master bedroom on the first floor, large family room with fireplace and much, much more. Call Kathy 726-0807.

2385 Schenk Road

Possession at Closing. This ranch sits on a corner lot. Large back patio, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and updated kitchen w/appliances. Call Kathy 726-0807.

Connie McClain 638-2306

Kathy McGreevy 726-0807

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR AT www.realty2000group.com

ABSOLUTE PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday, November 17, 2011

206 Linkensmith Rd., Anna

1714 Commerce Dr., Piqua, OH 2:00 pm

$2500 towards closing costs if closed by January 15, 2012. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, brick ranch, kitchen with lots of oak cabinets, skylight, dishwasher, microwave, trash compactor. Laundry room, 7x11 playroom or office. Relax in the 10x19 sunroom. New roof, carpet, paint, garage door, railing. Newer windows and landscaping. Central air. Natural gas heat. Workshop with loft. Fenced backyard. Immediate possession. Low traffic area. Realtor owned.

207 W. Walnut, Botkins

G LISTIN NEW

Auction held on each site

This 3 bedroom home has full basement, 16x24 attached garage, newer garage door, vinyl siding, porch, large fenced in backyard. Only $58,900. Possession approx Dec. 1.

10% Buyer’s Premium For viewing contact Linda May; 419-305-3986

1712 Commerce Dr., Piqua, OH 3:00 pm

Terms are $10,000 down, per building, cash or certified check, day of auction; balance due in 30 days at closing. No offers may be conditioned upon financing. Any inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Any statements made day of auction will take precedence over any printed material. TERMS: CASH OR CASHIER’S CHECK Not responsible for accidents

CONDUCTED BY BRETT YINGST, AUCTIONEER/REALTOR ARCANUM, OHIO - 937-459-7109

124 N. Main St. Sidney

1357 SHEPERD CT., SIDNEY Lovely home meticulously cared for has a wonderful fire place to cozy up to on those long winter nights. This 4 bedroom 3 full bath home with completed walk-out basement is a must see. Home equipped with reverse osmosis system. $149,900. ALLY TRIC D! S A DR DUCE RE

418 S. Franklin, New Bremen

Beautiful and spacious 6 bedroom 3.5 bath on full finished basement. Perfectly situated at edge of town on 2 acres with beautiful flower garden and wood lot. Very warm family, friendly home. Must see to appreciate!!! Relocating seller must sacrifice price. Asking $299,000 R ELLE

601 Chestnut

This home hides its true beauty behind the front door and behind a privacy fenced back yard!! Loads of newer updates furnace, windows, beautiful cherry kitchen, berber carpet, awesome 14x28 inground pool surrounded with cement patio. Newer landscaping, lilly pond, covered back porch, 2 car garage and more! Must see! Seller says MAKE OFFER. $109,500.

1402 Spruce

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR AT www.realty2000group.com

400 Elroy-Ansonia Rd., Ansonia, OH 10:00 am

937-489-3424

Rose.Lamar@RealLiving.com Rose.Lamar@RealLiving.com

ED S IVAT MOT

This three bedroom, two bath country home has something for everyone, a large kitchen, heated garage with hot and cold water sink, and a full basement. Possession at closing. Call Connie 638-2013.

Former Master Industry Properties

Rose Lamar

NEW LISTING!

Vanessa Goshorn 726-0673 vanessagoshorn@yahoo.com www.vanessagoshorn.com

844 S Main

PJ 937-726-7270

7741 St. Rt. 66, Ft. Loramie

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Angela Elsass 726-4130

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR AT www.realty2000group.com

744 W. Parkwood

WOW! Step inside this wonderfully renovated home with new tile, new hard wood floors, new kitchen, and new paint. The kitchen has new appliances, cupboards, and counter top. New window covering. New fire pit in back yard and the back yard garage is heated and air conditioned and carpeted. Make your appt. now to see. A very motivated seller.

NEW PRICE $159,900

14157 Fey Rd., Anna Over 2,900 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and new floor covering. Walk-out basement, step-up kitchen from dining room, kitchen has bar, skylight, hickory cabinets, newer dishwasher, refrigerator and range. Dining room has double doors out to a patio. Great room has stone fireplace and wood burning stove. Master bedroom has skylight, large master bath with seperated shower and walk-in closet. 34x25 garage plus 18x26 heated garage and workshop. Unique property, privacy on 3 acres. New central air. Call Ruth Ann 394-8331.

Ruth Ann Tillman 937-394-8331

Judy Runkle 492-4645 658-4492 Cell TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR AT www.realty2000group.com Uniquely renovated 3-4BR/ 1.5BA 2 story home. Country kitchen with access to the private rear balcony. Refinished hardwood flooring, earth tone painting with unique nature accents, semi finished walk out basement with family room and bedroom. Spacious rooms throughout with loads of storage opportunities. Walk up floored attic. 1 car attached garage with rear alley access. $99,500.,definitely less than rent.Schedule your showing of 853 S. Ohio, Sidney by contacting Pattie @ 937-489-1861.

ING LIST NEW

Beautifully renovated, this 3BR/1.5BA vintage home. Large eat in kitchen with stunning white cabinetry. Freshly painted in neutral tones throughout, wide nostalgic wood work, hardwood entry, new carpeting and vinyl. Updated 1/2 bath. Kitchen and Foyer both lead to a huge rear deck. Alley access for off street parking. $65,000 is all it takes to make this awesome abode your own. Call Pattie @ 937-4891861 to schedule your convenient tour of 425 S Main Ave, Sidney.

ING LIST NEW

12565 St.Rt. 362/Lake Loramie Enjoy year round lake living in the 3 bedroom/2 bath mobile located in West Lake Village Park, across the street from Lake Loramie. Equipped eat in kitchen. Owner is installing newer carpeting and will be freshly painting it. Covered side patio to relax on these crisp fall days. Call Pattie @ 937-489-1861 and for only $10,500. you can be in for the Holidays!

ING LIST NEW

3855 Mills, Houston. Spacious Open & Airy manufactured home on a wooded lot. Master suite with huge bath, corner garden tub & separate shower. Huge walk in closets in ALL bedrooms. Kitchen with octagonal center workstation, breakfast nook, dining room. Rear entry utility room leads to 12x33 ft. deck overlooking the serene wooded back yard. Possession at Closing. Call to see Today!

ING LIST NEW

PATTIE BRAUNM REALTOR®

(937) 489-1861 CELL pattiebraunm@yahoo.com

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BEAUTIFUL HOME for rent. 519 South Ohio Avenue, Sidney. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, two story, brick. $800. (567)204-5850.

Garage Sale DIRECTORY

REMODELED 3 bedroom house with garage, across from Hickory Hill c a m p g r o u n d s . (419)582-2051

To advertise in the Garage Sale Directory Please call: 877-844-8385

SIDNEY 124 West Pinehurst. Saturday 9-5. Collectible fishing lures, foosball table, aquariums, Christmas tree and decorations, snow blower, TV, monitor, office equipment, jig saw, video games and game systems, solid surface cutting boards, furniture, tools.

MEGA BOOK/GARAGE SALE OVER 10,000 BOOKS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC November 4th, 5th & 6th 9am-6pm Soft cover $1, Hard cover $2. Bring in ad from the paper and receive a free hard back. SIDNEY MOOSE 1200 BROADWAY

PIQUA, 7858 FesslerBuxton Rd. Wednesday 1pm-?, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 10am-?, Barn, Garage & Storage clean out sale! Adult movies & diapers, Ninja swords, China Items, baby furniture, curio cabinets, Fisher speaker, end tables, books, clothes, houseware, grill, miscellaneous

2 BEDROOM, yard, basement, 313 New Street $525, 3 Bedroom, garage, 728 Clinton, $575, (937)492-0966

SIDNEY, 643 Marilyn Drive. Friday 9am-5pm & Saturday 9am-3pm. Treadmill, microwave, air compressor, gas grill. roll top desk, full size keyboard, floor jack, car ramps, miscellaneous, No early birds! TROY, 2899 W. Main (First Lutheran Church corner of Rt. 41 & Washington Road). Friday 9am-5pm. Saturday 9amnoon. Rummage sale! Clean clothing, baby, children, ladies, men's, bedding, shoes, purses, books, crafts, glassware, lots of miscellaneous,

3-4 BEDROOM 620 Park. $575 Handicap ramp, basement, washer/ dryer hook-up, appliances. Driveway parking. (937)418-2618

RENT TO OWN: 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home in Sidney with full basement and detached garage, pond, and Stone wood burner outside. $619 month 100% financing. (937)558-5734 www.neonhomes.com SIDNEY, 3 Bedroom, 1 bath, detached garage, full basement, eat in kitchen, dishwasher, garbage disposal, w/d hookup, remodeled, good neighborhood, near park and pool, $500 deposit, $575 per month plus utilities, (937)498-0748 SIDNEY, 832 Taft Street, nice, small 2 bedroom home, 1 car garage, range, refrigerator, washer, dryer hookup, references requested, $575 month. (937)726-1624.

DOWNTOWN SIDNEY across from courthouse, professional office space, 3 offices, handicapped bathroom, 1260 sq. ft., AC, large reception area, $550 month, (937)489-9921

REDUCED!! 3/4 Bedroom country home, 5 acres with woods. Recent updates, basement, tilt-in windows, large attached garage, machine shed. NEW FURNACE. Jackson Center (937)596-6532

NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (ADDITIONAL) R.C. 5705.19-5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Village of Lockington, of Shelby County, Ohio, passed on June 20, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at a General Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying an additional tax for the benefit of the Village of Lockington, for the purpose of payment of firefighting companies to operate within the village at a rate not exceeding 2.6 mills for each one dollar valuation, which amounts to twenty-six ($0.26) for each one hundred dollars of valuation for five years. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5 2224788

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NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (RENEWAL) Revised Code 5705.21 & 5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of Dinsmore Township Trustees, County of Shelby, Ohio, passed on the 27th day of June, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people of said subdivision at a GENERAL ELECTION to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 2011 the question of levying a renewal of a tax for the Dinsmore Township (includes Village of Botkins and Village of Anna within township) for the purpose of Ambulance Service and Emergency Medical Service or both, at a rate not exceeding 3 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.03 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5 2224773

NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (RENEWAL) Revised Code 7505.21 & 7505.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of Franklin Township Trustees, County of Shelby, Ohio, passed on June 7, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people of said subdivision at a GENERAL ELECTION to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying a renewal of a tax for Franklin Township for the purpose of Ambulance and Emergency Medical Service at a rate not exceeding .3 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.03 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5 2224775

NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (RENEWAL) Revised Code 5705.21 & 5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of Van Buren Township Trustees, County of Shelby, Ohio, passed on June 25, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people of said subdivision at a GENERAL ELECTION to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 8th of November, 2011, the question of levying a renewal of two existing taxes for the benefit of Van Buren Township (excluding the Village of Kettlersville) for the purpose of general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of roads, and streets at a rate not exceeding 3 mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.03 for each one hundred dollars of valuation for five years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5

NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (REPLACEMENT) R.C. 5705.21-5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Loramie Fire District, of Shelby County, Ohio, passed on May 10, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at a General Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying a replacement of a tax for the benefit of Loramie Fire District for the purpose of fire protection including but not limited to purchase of equipment, land and buildings, payment of permanent, part time or volunteer firemen and contracts with firefighting companies at a rae not exceeding 1.5 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.15 for each one hundred dollars of valuation for three years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5 2224785 NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (RENEWAL) R.C. 5705.19-5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Perry, Port, Salem Ambulance District, of Shelby County, Ohio, passed on April 11, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at a General Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying a renewal of a tax for the benefit of Perry, Port, Salem Ambulance District for the purpose of current operating expenses at a rate not exceeding 0.8 mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.08 for each one hundred dollars of valuation, for five years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5 2224779

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LAKEFRONT 2004 mobile in Lakeside Village, Sidney. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, all appliances, covered deck on rented, wooded lot plus dock and shed. $19,900. Call Carol (937)726-3347 or PJ (937)726-7270 with Wagner Realty. MOBILE HOME, Nice location, large deck, new storage building, will sell furnished or unfurnished (937)498-1443

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PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Sidney public water supply has completed the monitoring cycle for volatile organic chemicals (VOC) as required by chapter 3745-81 of the Ohio administrative Code (OAC). Upon completion of each VOC monitoring cycle, state regulations also require the owner or operator of a public water system to notify its consumers of the availability of the VOC analytical results for the period tested. Persons wanting to review the VOC results should contact: Larry F. Broughton Water Plant Superintendent 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney, Ohio 45365 (937) 498-8180 Oct. 29

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NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (ADDITIONAL) R.C. 5705.21-5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of the Board of Trustees, Russia Fire District, of Shelby County, Ohio, passed on July 21, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people at a General Election to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying an additional tax for the benefit of Russia Fire District of Loramie Township, for the purpose of providing and maintaining fire apparatus, equipment or appliances, at a rate not exceeding 1.82 mills for each one dollar of valuation, which amount to $0.182 for each one hundred dollars of valuation for five years. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio. Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5

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NOTICE OF ELECTION PROPOSED TAX LEVY (RENEWAL) Revised Code 5705.21 & 5705.25 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a Resolution of Washington Township Trustees, County of Shelby, Ohio, passed on April 26, 2011, there will be submitted to a vote of the people of said subdivision at a GENERAL ELECTION to be held at the regular places of voting on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 2011, the question of levying a renewal of a tax for the benefit of Washington Township (excluding the village of Lockington) for the purpose of providing, maintaining and operating expenses of fire apparatus, appliances, buildings or sites therefore, or sources of water supply and materials therefore, or the establishment and maintenance of lines of fire alarm telegraph, or the payment of permanent, part-time or volunteer fire fighters or fire-fighting company to operate the same, including the payment of firemen employer’s contribution required under Section 742.34 for the Revised Code, or to purchase ambulance or emergency medical services operated by a fire department or fire fighting company at a rate not exceeding three tenths (0.3) mill for each one dollar of valuation, which amounts to $0.03 for each one hundred dollars of valuation for five years. The polls for said Election will open at 6:30 A.M. and remain open until 7:30 P.M. of said day. By order of the Board of Elections of Shelby County, Ohio Chris Gibbs, Chairman Dawn Billing, Director Oct. 29, Nov. 5

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‘11 SIERRA REG CAB WT

MSRP..........$24,585 • Tilt Steering • Intermittent Wipers HEMM SAVINGS..-600 • Cruise REBATE...........-4005 • Locking Differential SALE • Auto Trans. • 5 Yr. 100k PRICE Powertrain Warranty

$19,980

MSRP..........$23,255 HEMM SAVINGS..-800 • 6 Speed Automatic REBATE...........-2000 • Stabilitrak SALE • Cruise Control PRICE • 5 Yr. - 100k Powertrain Warranty

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$

4,605

‘11 SILVERADO EXT. 4X4

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$29,840

6,805

#1131

‘11 ENCLAVE CXL-2

• Power Sunroof MSRP..........$45,325 HEMM SAVINGS -2000 • 20” Chrome REBATE.............-2000 Wheels • Heated & Cooled Seats SALE • Trailering Package PRICE

$41,325

4,000

#1533

‘12 IMPALA LT

• Split Bench Seat MSRP .........$28,190 • Remote Start HEMM • Aluminum Wheels SAVINGS.........-4600 • 6-Way Power Seat • 5 Yr.-100k SALE Powertrain Warranty PRICE

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$33,535

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‘12 REGAL CXL 30 MPG

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MSRP..........$28,025 HEMM SAVINGS..-850 REBATE ............-500

SALE PRICE

$26,675

29 MPG

SALE PRICE

$19,295

‘11 TRAVERSE LT

• 7 Pass. Seating MSRP..........$34,105 • Remote Start HEMM SAVINGS -1500 • review Camer REBATE.............-2000 • Bluetooth For Phone SALE • 5 Yr. - 100K PRICE Powertrain Warranty

$30,605

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CLOSEOUT PRICE

$25,611

‘11 1500 CREW CAB 4WD ‘11 TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING • No-charge Hemi • SLT Trim Package • Premium Interior • Ready To Tow • Remote Start

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• 30GB MyGig Media • Remote Start • ParkView Rear Back Up Camera • Blind Spot Monitoring and Cross Path Detection

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‘12 300C AWD

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$28,538 OR 0% APR

SAVE $2,504

3,500

SALE PRICE

LIMITED WARRANTY ‘10 SEBRING TOURING, 30 MPG, SIRIUS, KEYLESS ENTRY .....$14,977 ‘08 TOWN & COUNTRY SIG., HEATED LEATHER, DUAL DVD .$21,947 ‘08 300 TOURING AWD, ALL WHEEL DRIVE, LEATHER ......$20,988 ‘08 TOWN & COUNTRY SIG., NAV., DVD, TV ..............$21,840

#1082

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$

MSRP..........$32,300 HEMM SAVINGS -2000 REBATE...........-4505

• 30GB MyGig Media • Heated Seats • Remote Start • 5 Yr./100k Mile Warranty

$24,658

SAVE #1543

6 year, 80,000 miles

‘11 AVENGER HEAT

‘12 GRAND CARAVAN SXT ‘11 200 TOURING CONV.

$ #1670

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