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Concrete • Kitchens • Baths • Painting All types of construction, repairs & home improvement Locally owned Aurora business 25+ years InSuReD & bonDeD

513-846-2427

Over 30,000 used books for sale We can order books too!

Books on High 29 East High St., Lawrenceburg, IN

812.539.BOOK

Trade books for store credits

Closed Sun-Mon

Mattingly Photography 812-438-3182

Weddings Family Portrait / Reunions Sports Group Photos Special Events Commercial Photography See us on the web…bobmattingly.com

“Over 20 years experience in quality photography”

Concord Square Apartments Stop in and see our unique homelike atmosphere 114 Concord Square Drive (off Pribble Road) Lawrenceburg, IN

537-4022

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REDWINE CONSTRUCTION Post Frame Buildings

Residential • Farm • Commercial

Dillsboro, IN 812.432.5688

Southeastern Indiana REMC... “The Power of Human Connections” A Touchstone Energysm Cooperative

HARDWOOD FLOOR SALES & INSTALLATION Prefinished or Site Finished Dust Containment System Available FLOORING CENTER 20 E. Center St., Lawrenceburg

537-0619

Osgood, IN 47037 812-689-4111 800-737-4111

STORAGE “Don’t Waste Your Space” Indoor Storage units from 5x10 to 10x30 Outdoor Storage for motor homes, campers and boats Security Lighting, Cameras & Fencing

Rising Sun Store and Lock Smart Dr. Rising Sun

812-438-9659

Sunrise Enterprise Store and Lock Store and Lock East Bellview Ln. 9 McCreary Ridge Rising Sun East Enterprise

Need a Helping Hand? 40 years of experience in providing a variety of home care and staffing services. „ „ „ „

Family-centered approach to care Companions, Home Health Aides, RNs Services available 7 days a week Medicare certified; accept many insurance plans

Our caregivers are bonded, screened and insured

500 West Eads Parkway Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Across the Street. Across the Country. ™

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www.interimhealthcare.com

In Home Assessment Available

To Advertise on this page Please call 812-537-0063 to speak to our ad reps!


ONLINE MENUS

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It’s easy, just click the “menus” icon on the home page & scroll down & click on the eatery of your choice to view their menu.

ACAPULCO

Authentic Mexican Restaurant Lawrenceburg Aurora 539-4112 Rising Sun 926-4116 438-4112

All U Can Eat Specials: Thurs. - Ribs Sunday - Fried Chicken

215 Judiciary St. Aurora, IN 812-926-1166

Just off Indiana 229 between Batesville & Oldenburg

9-Hole Course • Pro Shop • Restaurant

www.cricketridge.com 22087 Pocket Rd. Batesville, IN 812-934-6348


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NEAMAN FLORAL — Flowers For Any Occasion—

Balloons Greenhouse Yankee Candles Virgil Neaman Owner

438-2342 Rising Sun 1319 SR 262

C & J Jewelry

STORAGE “Don’t Waste Your Space” Indoor Storage units from 5x10 to 10x30 Outdoor Storage for motor homes, campers and boats Security Lighting, Cameras & Fencing

Rising Sun Store and Lock Smart Dr. Rising Sun

812-438-9659 Enterprise Store and Lock 9 McCreary Ridge East Enterprise

Brad Henry Greg Hummel

Sunrise Store and Lock East Bellview Ln. Rising Sun

Bev Koons

All Work Completed On Site Jewelry Sales Appraisals 425 Third Street, Suite 101 Aurora, Indiana 47001

Repairs Stone Setting 812-926-4002 www.CandJ-Jewelry.con

“For all of your insurance needs and mores” Home • Farm • Business • Auto & High Risk Auto • Life • Health Ira’s • Annuities • Mutual Funds • 401K Rollovers Package & Senior Discounts Available 204 Main St. Rising Sun 812-438-2630

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PUZZLE ANSWERS


PROFESSIONAL FORUM Do you have a question for these professionals? Send them to: The Harrison Press 307 Harrison Avenue Harrison, Ohio 45030 dmetzger@registerpublications.com • Professional Forum is a Paid Advertisement Feature •

CHIROPRACTIC / ACUPUNCTURE

Q. Allergy season is here. Can you help me with my allergies?

A. Yes. I have great success helping people with having symptoms associated with seasonal allergies. Acupuncture consisting of just a few needles or stimulation with my cold laser unit over the face almost immediately helps to open up the sinuses and Raymond Stricker helps people feel much better. A few D.C. FIAMA, Dipl. treatments with needles and or the cold laser AC LLC unit gives most people long lasting relief of seasonal allergies and no longer a need to take any allergy medications. I do have a natural homeopathic formula in the form of pill called Phytofed which is a natural decongestant that relieves nasal and sinus congestion due to colds and hay fever without drowsiness. Facial massage is also helpful in opening up the sinuses above the eyes, below the eyes, around the nose, and behind the ears. All these techniques are available at my office and are very helpful in relieving problems with seasonal allergies.

AUTO COLLISION

People regularly ask us about the different types of automobile insurance coverage. This is a very important subject, so I will explain the difference between liability, collision, and comprehensive automobile insurance.

Liability Insurance: This is very important coverage to carry and the law in many states requires you to carry liability insurance. Liability insurance covers you against the cost Ed Gerstner of damage and injury that you might cause to another person in an accident. Collision Insurance: This coverage pays for the damage caused to your vehicle as a result of a automobile accident, when the accident is your fault. Comprehensive Insurance: This coverage is similar to collision insurance. The primary difference is that comprehensive covers damage caused to your vehicle as a result of an unknown person or act of God (this includes things such as deer hits, vandalism , hail, and theft) Thank you for your time and please remember to use Randy Lane's Auto Body, Inc. for all your automotive repair needs.

OPTOMETRIST

Q: Dr. Ringel, lately I have noticed floating particles in my right eye. Is this cause for concern? A: The symptoms you are reporting are very common. Usually this is associated with a natural aging change of an eye fluid called the vitreous. The Michael F. Ringel, O.D. particles are thus called vitreous floaters and are normal and expected. However, in some cases these floaters may signal a problem with the retina, which is much more serious and often requires further attention. Anyone who notices floaters for the first time, or a change in the size and frequency of their floaters should have a dilated eye examination done immediately. I routinely handle these types of vision problems here in my Harrison office.

MICHAEL RINGEL, O.D.

ringeleyecare.com

HARRISON HEALTH ASSOCIATES

10555B Harrison Ave., Harrison, OH Fax (513) 367-5752

(513) 367-5799

PHARMACIST

Q. I will be traveling this spring and will be taking a few 3-6 hour flights. I have heard long flights can cause blood clots, what should I do?

A. Any type of travel can be tough on your legs because of cramped seating. Confinement for long periods of time in a plane, bus, train, or car does not allow you to Jeff Biddle stretch your legs. Movement of the legs is important to help circulate blood back to the heart. During long trips without exercising or stretching your legs, you may notice swelling, discomfort or pain in your legs, ankles and feet and can even cause a condition called deep vein thrombosis or DVT. DVT involves the formation of blood clots in the deep vein system. Blood clots develop when blood "pools". due to inactivity, show moving blood tends to clot naturally. Move around while traveling if possible and wear graduated hosiery to help reduce the risks and discomfort associated with traveling related circulatory problems. We carry these in our pharmacy. Stop in and ask about them.

(513)367-4836

114 Harrison Ave., Harrison, OH

MONEY MANAGEMENT

Q. How long are CD rates going to stay so low? A. The Federal Open Market Committee, FOMC, has extended the War on Seniors, Savers, & Retirees. At their March 13, 2012, meeting, the Committee decided to keep the target range for the federal funds rate at 0 to ¼ percent and currently anticipates that economic conditions are likely to warrant exceptionally low levels for the federal funds rate at least through late 2014. Based on what the FOMC has to say, CD rates are going to stay low through late 2014. Why isn’t this government doing something about low Roger Ford interest rates? Interest rates on government debt is the cost of borrowing for the government. It’s easy to see why this government will need low interest rates for a long time if they stand any chance of managing their deficit. A basic principle of Keynesian economics embraced by this government is that low interest rates stimulate economic growth, and, conversely, high interest rates stifle growth and activity. This government believes that rising interest rates may cause our currency to appreciate. This government believes a more valuable currency leads to a lack of international competitive advantage and therefore lower domestic production and employment levels. This government is trying to manage its debt, stimulate economic growth, and devalue the dollar on the backs of Seniors, Savers, and Retirees. How long can low interest rates last? In our opinion, we expect the War on Seniors, Savers, & Retirees to continue for an extended period, especially if the current administration wins a second term. How can you survive in this low interest rate environment? As of March 16, 2012, the national 5-yr CD rate is 1.38%. Seniors, Savers, & Retirees cannot live on 1.38%. At Conservative Financial Solutions, we offer solutions to the low interest rate environment we are currently experiencing by managing return, risk, and income. Call us for a complimentary consultation. No part of this communication should be construed as an offer to sell any security or provide investment advice or recommendation. Securities offered through GF Investment Services, LLC. Member FINRA/SIPC. 2080 Ringling Blvd., Third Floor, Sarasota, FL, 34237. (941) 441.1902. Investment advisory services offered through Global Financial Private Capital, LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor.

CONSERVATIVE FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS 10403 Harrison Ave.

(513) 367-1113 Harrison, Ohio

10250 Harrison Ave., Harrison, Ohio 45030

513-367-7900

367-1122

This Space Available Are you a professional with advice to share? call Donna (513) 367-4582

1003 Harrison Ave.,Ste. 100 Harrison, Ohio 45030

TAXES

Q. How do I handle my child’s investment income for tax purposes? A. Parents may not realize that there are tax

rules that may affect their child’s investment income. Children with investment income may have part or all of this income taxed at their Darren Bowman, CPA parents’ tax rate rather than at the child’s rate. Investment income includes interest, dividends, capital gains and other unearned income. The child’s tax must be figured using the parents’ rates if the child has investment income of more than $ 1,900, was under age 18 at year-end, was age 18 at year-end and did not have earned income that was more than half of his or her support, or was a full-time student under age 24 at year-end and did not have earned income that was more than half of his or her support. You will file Form 8615 to report the child’s tax using the parents’ rate on the child’s tax return. You will file Form 8814 to include the child’s income on the parent’s tax return. If you have any questions concerning your child’s investment income, please give us a call.

Harrison Tax Advisors 513-367-5566

10403 Harrison Ave.

Harrison, OH 45030

ADVERTISING

INSURANCE

Q. I want to advertise my business but only have a small budget. What is the best advertisement for my money? A. Let’s say you have $200 to spend in advertising. Rather than to invest in a one-time ad costing $200, it is much better to schedule a series of smaller ads, 4 or 5 weeks at $40-$50 per week. Not only do you build credibility when your business is seen on a continual basis, but you increase your chances of being seen by more readers this way.

While tornadoes are a weather event throughout the world, nowhere are tornadoes more prevalent than in North America. Warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico moves north and meets the cool dry air moving south from Canada, setting up ideal conditions for tornadoes to form. Insurance losses in one month last year was $9 billion. If you have wind coverage on your home policy and comprehensive on your autos, then you have coverage for tornadoes. Tornado Safety tips: 1. Know where to take shelter. If you have a basement, get under some kind of sturdy protection like a heavy table or work bench. Cover yourself with a mattress or sleeping bag. Know where heavy objects rest on the floor above and do not go under them because they may fall through a Roger Ford weakened floor and cause you injury. 2. Be sure to have a radio or NOAH weather radio, as well as a cell phone. 3. Have a predetermined place to meet when it is safe. 4. In a structure with no basement, go to the lowest floor. Seek shelter in a small center room and cover yourself with some sort of thick padding. Try to avoid windows. 5. If you are in a mobile home, leave immediately and seek safe shelter. If there is no shelter, find a depression or low area and lie flat covering your head with your arms. 6. If you are in a car and the tornado is far away, you may be able to drive out of its path by moving at right angles to the tornado. Otherwise get out and seek shelter in a sturdy building. 7. If you are in the open country, lie flat and face down protecting the back of your head with your arms. Signs of a tornado: 1. Strong Rotation in the cloud base. 2. Swirling dust or debris on the ground under a cloud base, however sometimes there is no visible funnel. 3. Hail or heavy rain followed by either dead calm or intense wind shift. 4. Loud continuous rumble or roar that doesn’t fade away in a few seconds. 5. Small bright flashes at ground level as electric lines are snapped by strong winds. Call us, your local independent insurance agent for your insurance needs.

Call to speak with your local sales representative, Donna Metzger, for more information about placing a business ad.

The Harrison Press 307 Harrison Ave., Harrison, OH (513) 367-4582 Fax (513) 367-4593 dmetzger@registerpublications.com www.theharrison-press.com

Tornadoes

Siefferman Insurance

10403 Harrison Ave.

(513) 367-9333 Harrison, Ohio


PROFESSIONAL FORUM

This monthly feature appears in the Harrison Press and Dearborn County Register the last week of every month. If you would like your business included call Donna Metzger 513-367-4582. advertising

Q. i own a small business and want to do some advertising in 2011, but i don't really even know where to start. A. Yours is a very common problem, so many small businesses do nothing, which of course is a mistake. First you should decide on a budget by month. You must know who your target customers are and where they are. Next contact local media outlets, examples would be your local newspapers, local radio etc. They will give you many ideas and options working within your budget. Please give us a call today to learn more about how we can help boost your sales this year. Register Publications advertising representatives will be happy to help you work out a plan, create some ads and answer any questions you may have. There is no additional charge for these extra services. Give us a call and let us help you get started on a prosperous 2011.

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INSURANCE

Sump Pump Maintenance Here are some quarterly and annual maintenance tips in caring for your sump pump: Every three months: 1. Clean the pump inlet screen. 2. Check the power cord and make sure the cord is connected to power. 3. Pour a bucket of water into the sump to raise Roger Ford the float and make sure the pump turns on, adjusting the float if required. At least once a year: 1. Remove the pump from the sump to inspect and clean it. 2. Clean out the sump. 3. Oil or grease the bearings if required by manufacturer. 4. Check the electrical cord 5. Pour water into the sump to raise the float and adjust if needed. Also a good idea is installing a secondary battery back-up sump pump in case of a power outage. These steps can help in avoiding a costly water loss under your homeowners insurance. Call us, your local independent insurance agent for your insurance needs.

Siefferman Insurance

10403 Harrison Ave.

(513) 367-9333 Harrison, Ohio

This Space Available Are you a professional with advice to share? call Donna (513) 367-4582

TAXES

Q. Do I need to file a tax return this year? A. You are required to file a federal income tax return if your income is above a certain level depending on your filing status, age, and the type of income you receive. However, some taxpayers should file even Darren Bowman, CPA if they aren’t required to because they may get a refund if they had taxes withheld or are eligible for refundable credits. The filing threshold for most individuals is the sum of the applicable personal exemption amount plus the applicable standard deduction amount. These amounts vary based on filing status and age. Some of the more common refundable credits are the Earned Income Tax Credit, the Child Tax Credit, the American Opportunity Credit for education expenses, and the Adoption Credit. If you have any questions concerning whether you are required to file a tax return, please give us a call.

Harrison Tax Advisors 513-367-5566

10403 Harrison Ave.

Harrison, OH 45030

CHIROPRACTIC / ACUPUNCTURE

Q. Dr. Stricker what is your computerized axial traction machine and can it help my back or neck?

A. Computerized axial traction is also known as a decompression table. This piece of equipment is a traction table with a programmable computer which cycles intermittent traction to stretch the intervertebral discs and facet joints in a patient's neck or low back. This machine is typically programmed for Raymond Stricker approximately a 15 minute treatment with 40 seconds D.C. FIAMA, Dipl. of stretch and 20 seconds of relaxation between each cycle. The goal is to take pressure off of any nerves AC LLC that maybe pinched by a disc. The goal is to also help open up the intervertebral disc spaces, as well as open up the facet joints. I have been using decompression therapy in my practice for approximately 9 1/2 years and have gotten good results with many patients. This table works excellent for patients with mild and moderate disc bulges in their neck or back, and may offer some relief for patients with moderate to severe disc bulges. This table is also very helpful for patients with facet syndromes and may offer some relief for people with other injuries to their back. I typically determine if a patient is a good

candidate for this treatment after doing an orthopedic examination. I do not need but do find it beneficial if a patient has an MRl so we know exactly what we are dealing with. If you have any questions regarding this procedure feel free to contact my office.

HARRISON HEALTH ASSOCIATES

10555B Harrison Ave., Harrison, OH Fax (513) 367-5799

(513) 367-5799

MONEY MANAGEMENT

Q. What happens if Congress doesn’t pass a budget this year?

A. For 3 years, America has been budgetless. Currently, the Senate is debating whether to even vote on having a budget. So why aren’t Americans concerned? Big numbers seem confusing. Last year, the federal budget was $3.82 trillion ($2.17 trillion paid with taxes and the remaining $1.65 trillion borrowed). Roger Ford However, after a long debate, because the US has outstanding debt of $15.3 trillion, we only cut $3.82 billion (that is billion with a “B”, not trillion with a “T”) in spending last year. Let’s simplify both rhetorically and mathematically. We have a family spending $38,200/yr. The father’s annual income is $21,700. Every year, the family adds $16,500 in credit card debt. One day, the father wants to set a budget and asks the wife and kids to cut back on spending. The wife tells her husband to get a second job. After a long debate, even though they have credit card debt of $153,630, they decide not to set a budget and to only eliminate the cable bill of $385/yr. Simply, that’s the argument. One side wants the dad to keep working more (raise taxes), while the other side wants the family to cut the spending. In the end, the family adds another $16,115 of credit card debt, and the US adds another $1.65 trillion! How is all of this government spending affecting your retirement dollars, and what can you do to protect yourself? Call us for a complimentary appointment to discuss your individual retirement needs. No part of this communication should be construed as an offer to sell any security or provide investment advice or recommendation. Securities offered through GF Investment Services, LLC. Member FINRA/SIPC. 2080 Ringling Blvd., Third Floor, Sarasota, FL, 34237. (941) 441.1902. Investment advisory services offered through Global Financial Private Capital, LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor.

CONSERVATIVE FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS 10403 Harrison Ave.

(513) 367-1113 Harrison, Ohio


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ADULT DAY SERVICES at PINE KNOLL

Many residents of Dearborn County are already familiar with the wonderful care and services currently provided to our residents at Pine Knoll Assisted Living Center in Lawrenceburg. Now Pine Knoll is happy to offer ADULT DAY SERVICES to our community. For information, contact us at 812-537-4422 or visit us at 607 Wilson Creek Road, across the street from Dearborn County Hospital.


24'x36'x8' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 40'x64'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 1-9'x7' Garage Door 1-20' Split Slider Truss on 4½' Center Truss on 4' Center

$5,325 Erected

$16,475 Erected

24'x45'x8' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 50'x80'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 1-9'x7' Garage Door 2- 24' Split Slider Truss on 4½' Center Truss on 4' Center

$6,295 Erected

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32'x40'x12' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 60'x80'x14' • 1-36" Walk-in Door 1-16' Split Slider 2- 24' Split Slider Truss on 4' Center Truss on 4' Center

$9,975 Erected

$25,950 Erected


SHOP LOCAL! ADVERTISE LOCAL! Buying from local retailers means: • More money circulating locally in our own neighborhoods • Better quality jobs being created • More businesses paying local taxes and helping to finance local services

Investing in our communities is to invest in each other!

The Harrison Press

307 Harrison Avenue • Harrison Ohio 45030

Serving this community since 1925

Donna Metzger, Advertising Sales Rep 513.367.4582 or dmetzger@registerpublications.com


Dr. Steven J. Arnow

Dr. Michael L. Nordlund

• Accepting New Patients • Accepting Over 50 Insurance Plans • SE Indiana’s Exclusive Subspecialty Eye Care Facility LAWRENCEBURG, 275 Bielby Road 812-537-4811 • 800-544-5133

Dr. Robert K. Hutchins

Dr. Jeffrey A. Nerad

Dr. Steven J. Arnow Comprehensive Ophthalmologist

Dr. Michael L. Nordlund Cataract, Cornea & Refractive Surgeon

Dr. Robert K. Hutchins Vitreoretinal Surgeon

Dr. Jeffrey A. Nerad Oculo-Plastic Surgeon


D.U.M.P. SATURDAY MARCH 31 Noon - 4pm

Disposed of your unwanted medications properly! DUMP them at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center High St. Lawrenceburg Sponsored by CASA


Life • Home • Auto • Business • Income

Serving the Corporate and Personal Community >> for Over 30 Years Living the Rotary motto:

“Service Above Self”

Jane Birckhead, CPCU Executive Vice President Rotary Board Member Rotary Foundation - President Trustee - Stepping Stones Center Insurance Since 1838

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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF RISING SUN

SPRING IS HERE!!!

AS WE ALL START CLEANING OUT THE FLOWERBEDS AND YARDS, PLEASE KEEP IN MIND NOW IS THE TIME TO START USING THE BIODEGRADABLE PAPER BAGS TO BAG UP THE YARD DEBRIS. THE BIODEGRADABLE PAPER BAGS ARE ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SINCE THEY DISSOLVE AWAY AND BECOME PART OF THE EARTH. THE WHOLE BAG AND IT’S CONTENTS CAN JUST BE THROWN INTO THE BRUSH PILE. THE BIODEGRADABLE PAPER BAGS ARE AVAILABLE AT VALLEY SUPPLY HARDWARE, TANDY’S IGA, AND WAL-MART. PLASTIC BAGS WITH YARD DEBRIS ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTABLE FOR PICK UP BY THE STREET DEPARTMENT. THE PROBLEM WITH PLASTIC BAGS? THEY ARE NOT ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE SO EACH BAG MUST BE EMPTIED. LOOSE YARD RUBBAGE IN GARBAGE CANS WILL STILL BE PICKED UP. *ALL BRUSH MUST BE STACKED IN AN ORDERLY FASHION!!* IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL CITY HALL 438-3340


Presented by Ohio County Historical Society, Inc. & Sunshine Stichers

RISING SUN

QuiltFest Friday, Saturday & Sunday March 30 & 31 • April 1 10am-5pm • $5 Admission Rising Star Casino

Quilts • Dolls • Bears • Art • Vendors Lectures • Raffles • Demonstrations Showcasing the Fiber Arts & Quilts of Patricia Statzer Scissor Sharpening • Free Sewing Machine Drawing Quilt Appraisals by Dee Dadik & Molly Butler Doll & Quilt Luncheon sponsored by Triple Crown Doll Club SPECIAL EXHIBITS: “A Tribute To Our Grandmothers” “Quilts Of Valor” www.risingsunquiltfest.com • quiltfest@orvcomm.com www.ohiocountymuseum.org Sponsored by the City of Rising Sun & Rising Sun Ohio County Tourism


First Baptist Church of Lawrenceburg/Greendale 45 Tebbs Ave., Greendale, IN 47025 • 812.537.1642

Palm Sunday ~ April 1st

Easter Extravaganza 2-3:30 p.m. Easter Cantata “Remember” 6:30 p.m.

Maundy Thursday ~ April 5th Maundy Thursday Service 7 p.m. Choir & Orchestra

Easter Sunday ~ April 8th Sunrise Service 7 a.m. Easter Breakfast 8 a.m. Traditional/Blended Service 9 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 10 a.m. Contemporary Service 11 a.m.


Thank You

Someone once said, “A man’s true wealth is measured by how many friends he has.” Judging from the large crowd at their visitation, mom, dad, and our family are very blessed. Whether you sent thoughts on a card, a beautiful floral arrangement, or took a second and said a prayer for our family, your thoughtfulness and caring is greatly appreciated. A warm and sincere thank you goes to the North Madison Christian Church for hosting the visitation and funeral services. And to the New Hope Baptist Church of Chelsea for providing a meal after the burial. Your caring and generosity are greatly appreciated by our family and friends. To Mr. Rodney Nay and the employees of MorganNay Funeral Centre, thanks so much. You held our hands and guided us through this horrific ordeal. Thank you Pastor Charlot Nash of the Mount Zion Church of Paynesville. Your words of Christ were soothing and comforting to our family. And finally, a sincere thank you to the Red Cross, Salvation Army, FEMA, the Indiana DMHA Crisis Team, county officials and workers, and anyone who stopped by to lend a helping hand to all the victims of the March 2nd tornado.

From the family of Terry and Carol Jackson and Daylynn Jackson, Thank You and God Bless.


PUBLIC AUCTION at Lutz Auction Center

Take I-74 to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, then south on SR 1 for 3 miles to Dover, IN. East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction Ln. From Lawrenceburg, follow SR 1 to Dover, East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction

Saturday, March 31, 2012 • 9:00AM Doors open at 8:00 AM

This auction will include an assor tment of household, antiques and collectibles including 75 Longaberger baskets; assor tment of spor ts cards; Fire King dishes and more. Our building will be full. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Not a complete listing. Log onto lutzauctions.com for details, pictures and late additions.

Various Consignors – Owners

Dale & Randy Lutz – Auctioneers

513-266-1859 / 513-266-1860 AU01030327 / AU10100126 / AH29900027 TERMS: Cash or check with ID.

No Buyers Premium.


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Aurora Fire Rescue

Fish Fry

Friday, March 30th, 2012

11:00 am - 7:00 pm

4950 Dutch Hollow Road, Aurora Dine-In: Fried or baked cod, green beans, baked beans, mac & cheese, pasta salads, cole slaw, desserts & drinks. $9 All You Can Eat $4 Children 10 & Under (Hot dogs also available) Carry Out/Delivery: Fish, baked beans, cole slaw, chips & dessert • $7

Call 926-1122 for Carryout or Limited Delivery


LIfe is too important to worry about finances

We have a variety of consumer loans to meet your needs

HARRISON BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Owned and Operated Since 1916!

513-367-4874

114 N. Walnut St. Harrison, Ohio

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HIRLINGER

Offer Ends 3/31!

New Specials!

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* price includes all rebates, in lieu of special financing. Tax, title, and license fees additional. 0% apr financing to qualified buyers. Must own or lease a 1999 or newer vehicle and trade this vehicle in to dealership.


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Kitchen Refacing For a Free Estimate Contact Dennis Halpin Over 40 years Experience

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Time to clean

out the garage?

Garage Sale Ads $ as low as 7.50 Great prices! Call or stop by to place your ad DEADLINE: Friday 10am

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Harrison Press

307 Harrison Ave. (Historic Downtown Harrison)

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Miss Friday’s deadline? Last Minute Yard Sales Deadline: Monday 9 am


Amazing Grace Preschool

A step at a time...walking with Jesus

OPEN HOUSE Sunday • April 15 • 2p-5p 3-5 year olds • 2 & 3 day programs

9961 New Haven Rd Harrison, OH www.stepuptoquality.org 513-367-5094


3.597% APR 3.375% Rate*

4.212% APR 4.125% Rate* March 26, 2012.

$708.76

$484.65.


Easter Favorites

Flower Basket Cake • Fluffy Bunny Cakes Easter Cross Coffee Cakes Assorted Easter Cookies

Harrison Home Bakery www.harrisonhomebakery.com (513) 367-6117 224 Harrison Ave.


Harrison

Sayler Park

Prearranging your funeral saves your family from making many decisions and it saves you money. Learn more by calling 513-367-4005


The Living Last Supper (A Dramatic Musical & Communion Service)

Maundy Thursday • April 5 • 7PM Good Friday Service • April 6 • 7PM

Easter Sunday Morning • April 8 Sunrise Service • 7:30AM Breakfast • 8:00AM Sunday School • 9:15AM Easter Morning Worship • 10:15AM

Easter Egg Hunt • Saturday, April 7 • 10AM

First Baptist Church of Aurora

6060 Blair Road • Aurora, IN • 926-1900


LAST MINUTE MOVING SALE! GUILFORD 4580 Heritage Trail, Guilford

Half mile east of North Dearborn Elementary School

Saturday & Sunday, March 30 & 31 • 8a - ? Furniture, hand tools, toys, & clothing.


Ohio County Democrats Invite you to the

Jefferson Jackson Dinner

Friday, April 13 • 6:30p

Everyone Welcome! Special speakers following dinner! Senior Building • Mulberry Street • Rising Sun


I.D.E.A. Budget Meeting

“The Southwest Local School District is currently formulating a budget for the expenditures of I.D.E.A. Funds for 2012-2013. These funds are used in providing educational services for preschool through grade 12 special needs pupils residing within the Southwest Local School District. Persons wishing to have input regarding the allocation of these funds can attend a meeting at William Henry Harrison High School on 4/19/12 at 3:00pm to discuss the budget or contact Mr. Carter Cordes at 513-367-4169.�


REAL ESTATE AUCTION

The following Real Estate owned by William and Casie Hankins will be offered for sale at Auction

Saturday March 31, @ 11:00am Located: 4394 Aaron Rd. Vevay, IN 47043

From East Enterprise IN. take State Rd. 250 west 7 miles to Aaron Road, turn right on Aaron. 1 mile to Auction. Nice 3 bedroom home built in 1998, wood frame with 1,890 sq. ft. living space, 2 full baths, 1 half bath, large kitchen and dining area. Forced air heat and AlC. 384 sq. ft. wood deck in the front, 128 sq. ft. deck in back. Detached 2 car garage with 1,200 sq. ft. concrete floorwood walls, well insulated and wood heat. Home and garage sit on 3.448 acres and includes 128 sq. ft. storage building. Nice place. Terms: 5% down day of sale with balance due at closing with receipt of title. Bank letter of credit required day of sale or pre approved proof of financial capability. Owners reserve the right to refuse the final offer. Shown by Appointment only call 812-427-2347. View pictures at www.auctionzip.comID. #1997

Owners: William and Casie Hankins

Auctioneer: Bob Owings • 812-427-2347 e-mail rwowings@yahoo.com

Lic.# AU01046538

Announcements day of sale take precedence over all printed advertisement


REAL ESTATE AUCTION

To settle the Estate of Danny R. O’Brien the following 23.06 ac partial of Real Estate will be offered for sale at auction. Also offering 1963 and 1966 Corvettes and various Corvette parts.

Saturday April 14, @ 9:30am Sale starts with the sale of Corvettes Real Estate will be offered @ 11:00

Location: 4300 Fishing Worm Ridge, Vevay, IN 47043. From the JCT 156/56 in Vevay, go 5 miles west on SR 56, turn North on Spring Branch Road 1.5 miles, take the first right onto Fishing Worm Ridge to sale. Signs posted on SR 56. Good Hunting on this 23.06 acre partial of Real Estate Located: 4300 Fishing Worm Ridge Rd. Vevay, IN 47043. Very well kept stick frame home built in 1995 has 981 sq. ft. living space 747.25 on first floor, 234 sq. ft. loft bedroom, living room & dining area with fireplace, first floor bedroom, kitchen & full bath. Full walkout basement with washer & dryer hookup, Central Air, forced air furnace and water heater located in basement. Also includes 30’x 64’ Pole barn work shop and garage with concrete floor and wood heating stove. Terms on Real Estate: 10% down the day of sale with balance due upon closing, with receipt of title. A bank letter of credit is required, or pre approved proof of financial capability. Owner reserves the right to refuse final bid. Shown by appointment only. Call Bob Owings to view property at 812-427-2347 Corvettes and Parts 1966 Corvette Coupe, modified; 1963 Corvette S/W Coupe was raced and wrecked. Many parts bought to restore the 63 Corvette will be sold with the car, other parts sold separately. Terms: Cash or check with proper ID. Cars will be held until check clears.

Go To www.AuctionZip.com for part listing & pictures Terms: Cash, Check with ID, or Wire Transfers Owner: The Estate of Danny R. O’Brien     Executrix:Jane Vickers

Auctioneer: Bob Owings • 812-427-2347 e-mail rwowings@yahoo.com

Lic.# AU01046538

Announcements day of sale take precedence over all printed advertisement


NOTICE

 The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) will hold a series of eight, public open house meetings on the 2040 OKI Regional Transportation Plan  from 4-7 pm as follows; Monday, April 16, 2012, Miami University HamiltonHarry Wilks Conference Center, 1601 University Blvd, Hamilton, OH 45011; Tuesday, April 17, 2012, Lawrenceburg Public Library, Ewbank Meeting Rooms; 150 Mary Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025; Wednesday, April 18, 2012, Union Township Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road, Cincinnati, OH 45245; Thursday, April 19, 2012, Xavier University-Cintas Center, 1624 Herald Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45207; Friday, April 20, 2012, Warren County Administration Building, 406 Justice Center, Lebanon, OH 45036; Monday, April 23, 2012, Crestview Hills City Building, 50 Crestview Hills Mall Road, Crestview Hills, KY 41017; Tuesday, April 24, 2012, Scheben Library Branch, 8899 US 42, Union, KY 41091; and, Wednesday, April 25, 2012, Disabled American Veterans National Headquarters, 3725 Alexandria Pike, Cold Spring, KY 41076. Each open house will present draft transportation improvement projects including recommendations for roadways, public transit, freight, bicycle/ pedestrian facilities, and Intelligent Transportation Systems. For more information or, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if someone has a disability and requires assistance please contact Regina Brock (513-621-6300 rbrock@oki.org) two weeks prior to the meeting date. www.oki.org


JEWELERS BOX…WE BUY GOLD & SILVER TURN YOUR GOLD & SILVER INTO CASH

FULL SERVICE JEWELER Jewelry Repairs • Custom Castings

FLATWARE • TEA SETS • ESTATES

1083 Eads Parkway, Lawrenceburg, IN 812-537-0901

We buy 10K, 14K, 18K, Gold, Platinum, Silver, Broken Rings and Chains, Coins, & Paper Money…almost anything of value.* Prices vary weight & market. Must be marked sterling.

Open M-F 10a-7p • Sat. 10a-6p • Sun. 1p-5p 2 miles west of Hollywood Casino on US 50 in JTS Plaza *Must be 18 with proper ID.


ESTATE AUCTION (Exceptional) MUST SEE! TOP QUALITY!

“Outstanding” ART - Included T.C. Steele, "Unbelievable" Harland Hubbard, Wm Mckendree Snyder, Forsythe, Whistler, Eyden, Picasso, more!"Super" Decorated Stoneware, Diamaonds, Sterling Silver, Jewelry from 94 year old Estate, Great Collages - Civil War, Nazi, Klan, Indian Motorcycle advertisement, pocket watches, Hundreds of Collectibles, Metal Cola Cola thermometer, Dolls, Doll Furniture, much Cast Iron, Special - Indiana artifact Birdstone animal effigy, Zuni Basket, Navaho pictorial rug, Much glassware, 1800's Barber chari, 1873 Waffenfabrik M 78 Gun, WWII trench knife, War pins (Germany), Civil War 1907 Encampment Flag (Bull Run), Large Marbles, Large Persian Tabriz Carpet- Much More! Huge Sale! Must See!

Sat. • March 31st • 10:00 A.M.

Location: STATE ROAD 256 ( Jefferson County 4-H Fairgrounds). Madison IN

Mike Taylor AU 19800057 Auctioneers 812-599-8194 Note: Pictures on AuctionZip.com. I.D. 12446


PUBLIC AUCTION at Lutz Auction Center

Take I-74 to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit, then south on SR 1 for 3 miles to Dover, IN. East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction Ln. From Lawrenceburg, follow SR 1 to Dover, East on N. Dearborn Rd for 1.4 miles to Auction

Saturday, April 7, 2012 • 9:00AM Doors open at 8:00 AM

This auction will include an assortment of household, appliances, antiques and collectibles. Majority of the auction comes from an Estate. Also will have Longaberger baskets and Coke items. Our building will be full. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Not a complete listing. Check lutzauctions.com for details, pictures and late additions.

Estate of Alanus “Doc” Prickel and Various Consignors – Owners Dale & Randy Lutz – Auctioneers

513-266-1859 / 513-266-1860 AU01030327 / AU10100126 / AH29900027 TERMS: Cash or check with ID.

No Buyers Premium.


Lawrenceburg

Community Center

Monday • Wednesday & Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Saturday 10:00am

Ages 18 & Up

$3 per class (pay as you come)

Lawrenceburg Community Center • 423 Walnut St. • Lawrenceburg 812.532.3535 | www.lawrenceburgcommunitycenter.com

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